Sculpture by the Lakes is set in 26 acres of beautiful countryside, created by Dorset artist Simon Gudgeon and his wife Monique.
An exhibition showcasing some of the finest twentieth-century British art from well-known local artists opens at the Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum this October. Celebrating one hundred years of Bournemouth Arts Club, the exhibition was delayed from its intended schedule last year due to the lockdown closures. Shortly after the ending of the First World […]
A group of the UK’s rarest lizard, the sand lizard, have been released back into the wild in Dorset.
15 August 2021 marked the 75th (+1) anniversary of the end of WW2 and this event, organised by The Society for Poole, told some of the stories of the town. Poole played a key part during the war, providing a flotilla of boats to Dunkirk and the port was the third largest embarkation point for […]
This summer Poole Museum will display stories from Kushti Bok (which means “Good Luck” in Romany). The group supports people from Gypsy, Roma and Traveller backgrounds.
Coming soon: bringing arts and culture to our high street Poole is set to benefit from an £80,000 grant from Historic England as part of the Poole High Streets Heritage Action Zone (HSHAZ). The grant will be used to create and deliver community-led cultural activities on the high street over the next three years. BCP […]
Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole beaches have been awarded more blue flags than any other UK authority in this year’s awards.
Camp Bestival is back in the grounds of Lulworth Castle for 2021, from Thursday 29 July to Sunday 1 August, with a movie theme.
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.