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15 tweets that sum up Dorset in three words

PUBLISHED: 16:17 12 November 2014 | UPDATED: 16:17 12 November 2014

The beautiful White Mill Bridge crosses the Stour - photo by Edward Griffiths

The beautiful White Mill Bridge crosses the Stour - photo by Edward Griffiths


For our November issue, we asked our (@dorsetmag) twitter followers to sum up Dorset in 3 words. Here’s what they came up with... #dorsetin3words

@martinshire - home from home

@HomeStartND - Blooming Amazing County!

@dadahornet - God’s Own County!

@ideasonfood - historic welcoming captivating

@NEONtrainersUK - Heritage, history & home

@LibertyFields - Fabulous, foodie, paradise!

@thedorothydays - Villages, Coastline and Peaceful would be mine

@EquineSculpture - sea, nature, beach :)

@AjarOf1 - fab foodie county

@DorsetFinn - Beautiful Quiet Rural

@MumsnetDorset - seaside, villages, beautiful

@sarahrobinson68 - Views, friendliness, creativity? 3 words isn’t really enough

@CoopFayB - Sea, landscape, ancient

@Abby_Newbery - Fresh, Friendly & Fun - 3 F’s!

@DBryantGarden - peaceful, beautiful, friendly


Think you can sum up #dorsetin3words? Let us know @dorsetmag


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