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Cream teas, fish and chips on the beach – even organised walks with LLAMAS - there’s plenty of ways to show your mum you love her on Mother’s Day in Dorset. We pick seven ways to treat mum this Mothering Sunday

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Portland is inviting you to explore a magical walking trail that will light up the night

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Dave Cumber Vets and Wessex FM have teamed up to mark the last day dogs are allowed on Weymouth Beach before the summer

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Do you live in an award-winning Dorset village or hamlet? Do you have a community project or village shop that has made a real difference to where you live? Enter your village in the Dorset Best Village competition today!

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Want to keep your food miles low and your taste experience high? Alice Cooke reveals some of the county’s best farm shops

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Thirteen iron age hillforts to be given a new lease of life thanks to an award made to the National Trust by Postcode Earth Trust

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We all love Dorset, right? And some of us probably think there’s no place better. Here’s why...

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Discover some of Dorset’s Civil War history on this walk and scale an impressive hill fort which offers far reaching views

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Steve Roberts reveals some of the curious facts about Bournemouth and the famous people that once called it home

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Winding country lanes, rolling countryside and cosy cottages galore - Edward Griffiths shares 7 lovely walking routes around just some of our most beautiful Dorset villages

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Take a step back in time with these short clips showcasing the glory days of Dorset. How much has changed over the past 85 years?

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The RSPB and partners launch an urgent Just Giving appeal to raise the money needed to run the annual Little Tern Recovery Project at Chesil Beach this summer, due to a shortfall in grant funding

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For centuries these two riverside settlements feuded, and then along came King George III with his passion for sea bathing and peace broke out in this fashionable seaside resort

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In Dorset, city lights are few and far between. Get your binoculars and telescopes ready, we pick some of the best places for spotting stars and the solar system in Dorset

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In the first of two walks, we visit three stone circles from the Bronze Age and some impressive Neolithic chambered tombs

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Snowdrops bring great joy in the early months of the year, signifying the warmer weather ahead. We pick 7 magical places in Dorset to explore these beautiful flowers

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Walk in the footsteps of two famous Dorset dialect poets from the 19th century, Robert Young and William Barnes

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This challenging winter walk takes in one of the natural swallow-holes on a wooded ridge above the village

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Ramblers Group winter walks in Dorset

Monday, December 17, 2018

Whether you’re looking for a taster into the life of The Ramblers, or you’re a seasoned walker, all are welcome to join in on these winter walks in Dorset

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Here are some Dorset walks, easy and challenging, to get you out and about over the festive period

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