Mountain biking

Steve Coombes Mountain bike skills instruction and guided rides I can teach you the core skills to ride off road and tackle technical trails with confidence… Beginners, Ladies only and Improver courses for private groups and ‘one to one’ flexible dates and times Let me show you the good trails with a guided ride tailored […]

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Purbeck Mountain Bike Rides

Mountain Bike Rides The Purbecks and Wareham Forest  A couple of hours exercise with skills instruction to help you progress and gain confidence Tuesdays @ 10am The Purbecks 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month (meet at the Studland Ferry near Poole)   Wareham Forest 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month (meet at the […]

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Corfe Castle Model Village

Corfe Castle Model Village is a great place for families, as well as the fantastic models that make you feel like a giant, there are working stocks and pillories, an Enchanted fairy garden, croquet, giant games, and much to learn about the castle and village, all set in stunning countryside. During the school holidays there […]

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The Tank Museum, Wareham

THE BIGGEST DAY OUT IN HISTORY AT THE HOME OF THE TANK The Tank Museum brings the story of tanks and tank crews to life, with the world’s best collection of tanks and explosive live action displays… As you explore the Museums 6 large halls, you will come face to face with a unique collection […]

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Wareham Boat Hire

Wareham Boat Hire is open 7 days a week throughout March – October, opening at from 9ish until early evening.  Boats can also be hired outside these dates / times by appointment. There are a variety of activities on offer from Motor Boats to kayaks, canoes, rowing boats and even paddle boards. Whatever your taste […]

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Lulworth Castle and Park

Lulworth castle, built in the early 17th Century as a hunting lodge, became a country house at the heart of a large estate. Thomas Howard, 3rd Lord Bindon, built the Castle in order to entertain hunting parties for the King and Court. The Howards owned it until 1641 when it was purchased by Humphrey Weld, […]

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Poole Harbour

Poole Harbour is a naturally formed harbour that once was a flourishing valley, but at the end of the last ice age this valley began to fill with water creating a very shallow and thriving harbour. This harbour is no stranger to human life as there is evidence of civilized activities in the area dating […]

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The Jurassic Coast

Jurassic was a term that wasn’t well known until an American movie Jurassic Park came out in 1997 showing a lost world of dinosaurs and the truth is that the Jurassic coast is not lost to the world and the history makes this spectacular coastline a Natural World Heritage Site. It is the only place […]

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Durdle Door

If you want to have your breath taken away by its shear beauty, then Durdle Door (or Dor) is a place you will want to visit.  This spectacular oddity is set on a sublime shoreline and is situated on the Southern Coast of England. Words that come to mind when you look at the shore […]

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Brownsea Island

The peaceful little wooded area of Brownsea Island is sure to win over your heart when you visit and find it to be a little slice of English paradise. This is the place to go for a quiet and a refreshing experience where you will observe the natural habitat and wildlife that reside on the […]

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