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Welcome to Wareham

We couldn’t believe our luck when we found our little house in the town of Wareham.  This is a town that has everything you need within walking distance – dozens of restaurants and pubs, one large and one small grocery store, market days on Thursday and Saturday, an auction house, lots of shops, a train station.  432 more words


New Knitting shop is Open!

At last the new shop at Broadwindsor Craft Centre is now open, and busily selling wool, needles and knitting kits to real customers. (As opposed to online customers that is!) 129 more words

Knitting Kit

Wareham Forest

AFTER leaving the town of Wareham, we decided to stop off for a while and explore Wareham Forest, the magnificent site of open heathland and conifer plantation alongside the A35 between Dorchester and Poole. 28 more words


Review: Weeks 1-6.

UPDATE: This was written originally written on 17/02/14, but due to other circumstances it is only being posted now.

As I write this I’m currently sat in first class on a train down to Wareham for the week. 647 more words


The Wedding of Natalie & David @ The Alexandra Hotel, Lyme Regis

April see’s the start of wedding season, and working with Matt Austin, it’s going to be a busy one this year! For more details about Matt, please have a look at his website here: http://maustinpics.wix.com/mattaustinimages… 75 more words


An ode to cafés

I am a café fanatic. The magic of a good café is unrivalled and is kind of like a good long-distance friendship: it’s always there for you to go to when you need a hug (probably in the form of a good cup of tea or a good atmosphere, unless of course you’re… 647 more words


Wareham: gateway to Purbeck

WAREHAM is proud to be known as the gateway to Purbeck and it made a pleasant destination for a stroll on a sunny Easter Monday afternoon. 76 more words