Covid Update ~ Dorset is now in Tier 4 Lockdown

Following government advice to stay at home and social distancing, many events that feature on our website have been postponed or cancelled.
Please always check with the event organiser for up to date information or if you have any questions.

Walks in Dorset

Dorset seems to have saved itself for the walker: with few exceptions the best views, scenery and historical monuments can only be reached on foot!

What’s on this weekend

A few things to see and do in Dorset this weekend – 29th February to 1st March 2020

Spring Snowdops

Ooh, it’s that time of year again ~ spring is almost here 🌱🌞

Snowdrops at Corfe Castle (16th January 2020)

inDorset Calendar 2020

The inDorset 2020 Calendar is now available and includes 12 photos of some of Dorset’s best places to visit! – A4 Portrait with white ring-binder at the top. – 12 full colour photos of Dorset. – UK Dates and Holidays. …

Read moreinDorset Calendar 2020

Dorset Spring Flowers

Bluebells, a carpet of intense blue under the opening tree canopy is one of Dorset’s greatest woodland spectacles at the time of year, but there’s also fields of bright-yellow flowers — they contain Rapeseed (Brassica napus), also known as oilseed rape, a flowering member of the family Brassicaceae (mustard or cabbage family), cultivated mainly for its oil-rich seed.

 

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