Walk in the footsteps of Romans this summer and discover Dorchester’s hidden past. This Summer visitors will have the opportunity to meet the Roman reenactors from Cohor I Durotriga and be guided round some of the historic sites of Roman Dorchester ‘Durnovaria’ including the Roman Wall, The Roman Town House, the only example of a […]
‘The Spirit of the Woods’ show garden designed by Peter Dowle from Howle Hill Nursery and featuring four of Dorset sculptor Simon Gudgeon’s creations has been awarded Gold and the Best Construction Award at the RHS Malvern Spring Festival. ‘The Spirit of the Woods’ is a garden that explores our spiritual connection with nature using […]
The first stage is underway in a process to prepare a plan which will enable the community of Wool to develop a shared vision. Wool Parish Council has expressed a wish to create a Neighbourhood Plan, commencing with the creation of a Neighbourhood Plan Area boundary. A Wool Parish Council steering group has asked Purbeck […]
Members of Purbeck District Council have voted unanimously to object to proposed toll increases for the Studland Ferry and the Leader of the Council has written to the Secretary of State to make the Council’s objections clear. The ferry company is consulting on proposals to increase the tolls up to the year 2022. In his […]
Geology Revealed: In search of dinosaurs in the Moroccan Kem Kem On 14 February, just a few days after the opening of the Natural History Museum’s Dippy on Tour: A Natural History Adventure there’s a chance to hear Professor David Martill talk about some terrifying Dinosaurs that lived in North Africa at Dorset County Museum. […]
Dorset fossil hunter Chris Moore has discovered a new species of ichthyosaur. The find was featured in an hour long BBC1 documentary – Attenborough and the Sea Dragon.