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Is it June already?!

Our pottery puss cats have suddenly quadrupled in size and like nothing more than sleeping, bundling and eating a lot!

We all had a ball last Friday with the return of our fabulous ladies night, enjoyed by all who attended and I’m quite sure we’ll see some returning faces, thanks girls for a great evening. 33 more words



Bank Holiday Monday was a busy day here at the parlour this year, with so much going on in the town. We soaked up the glory of having… 101 more words


Hen Today, Bride Tomorrow!

A delicious collection of brides to be with their nearest and dearest. Throw in some glittering fancy dress, 2 bottles of fizz at the very least, hats, wigs, a whole lot of laughter and what do you get?… Well this lot of course – CHEERS!


If you go down to Bryanston Woods today your sure of a fabulous surprise!

Oh my Bryanston Woods! A secret retreat beside The River Stour where we like to play. For the young explorer these woods are simply fantastic! Uprooted trees make great hide away dens, banks for scrambling up and dirtying your bottom as you slide down, chalks to map out your secret treasure hunt, balance beam logs and for the dog well a dream like scene with sticks galore and a swimming pool that goes on for miles! 13 more words


www.weacceptpets.co.uk West Acres B&B, Winterborne Kingston, Blandford Forum, Dorset / Accepts Dogs, Horses & Small Pets

West Acres Bed and Breakfast offers comfortable accommodation in the village of Winterbourne Kingston in Dorset.

West Acres Bed and Breakfast accepts dogs, horses & small pets; you can view this Bed & Breakfast on our website… 168 more words



The last meeting of the Society was on Monday, March 2nd.  We were pleased to welcome a speaker from EM Records, based locally at Blandford Forum, which is the recording arm of the… 182 more words

Group News

Dorset Trailway.

Walking along the Dorset Trailway yesterday I came across this sheep having a munch with the rest of the flock. Cows in one field, sheep in the other and numerous cyclists enjoying the January sun. 110 more words