Dorset fossil hunter Dr Steve Etches MBE has unearthed a new type of prehistoric ‘sea dragon’ on a Dorset beach. He found it buried head-first in limestone.
The gardens of the National Trust Kingston Lacy form the perfect setting for this new, after-dark experience.
Internationally renowned Simon Gudgeon is celebrating 21 years as a sculptor with a retrospective exhibition devoted to his work, which is being held in the gallery space at his sculpture park, Sculpture by the Lakes near Dorchester. ‘Coming of Age’ is the first major retrospective devoted to Simon’s sculpture, and offers a unique opportunity to […]
June 2020 update: Open from Wednesday 3rd June. You must now pre-book and buy tickets online before visiting. Lots of new sculptures to see and gardens looking wonderful. See you soon! Sculpture by the Lakes is one of the many sculpture parks across the UK that has had to close its ‘garden gates’ until further […]
In pictures – Camp Bestival 2019
Photos from the 29th Larmer Tree Festival
Wellbeing by the Lakes is a three day festival exploring what it means to be mindful and live well in this fast-paced modern world.
On 1 April, Dorset Council will replace the existing district and borough councils
Four museums are swapping objects to tell stories of the region’s wicked past – from grim and gruesome to strange and shocking!
The Charmouth Heritage Coast Centre are this year’s recipients of The Geological Society R.H. Worth Award for achievements in outreach, public engagement and education.