News and information from Bridport Town Council
The community website for Bridport and West Bay. Whats on diary accommodation clubs and associations businesses and history.
Information about churches in the area including St Johns Church West Bay.
Features information all about the resort and area including accommodation and places to eat.
Fishing trips on the Dawn Mist- mackerel fishing deep sea fishing coastal cruises and full charter.
Arts centre in church just beyond Thorncombe Beacon.
Bridport and West Bay brass band.
The Riverside Restaurant provides fresh fish and shellfish from local waters and the surrounding area served in a way that enhances the natural quality of the product.
The George Hotel overlooks the harbour at West Bay and offers food drink and accommodation after a recent refurbishment.
The pub has been providing sustenance and accommodation for visitors for 260 years. The West Bay has in recent years developed a good reputation for seafood.
Modern luxury self catering apartments well located in the coastal harbour town of West Bay.
Parkdean has information on the caravan site right in the centre of West Bay.
Five self-catering cottages at North Chideock.
Bridport Rotary Club who have lots of links with the local community.
Fiction and documentary films made by independent Bridport filmmaker.
Independent film production in West Bay and Bridport.
General information about the village.
Wikipedia page about Iwerne Minster.
Bruce Ismay’s former home and now a top public school.
The Harnham Water Meadows within the city of Salisbury are part of a Site of Special Scientific Interest SSSI and are an Environmentally Sensitive Area ESA.
One of the finest medieval Cathedrals in Britain.
Salisbury & South Wiltshire Museum – showcasing the medieval Cathedral town of Salisbury and ancient wonders of Stonehenge.
Wiltshire’s official tourist information site.
Protecting Salisbury’s rich and varied heritage
Presents music, theatre, dance, visual arts and family shows to the people of Wiltshire UK.
Salisbury Racecourse is a friendly racecourse available to everyone to enjoy flat course racing between May and October year year.
Organisation for businesses and shops in Salisbury and the surrounding district
Walks and talks by professionally qualified tourist guides.
The city’s local authority
The town’s website with up to date information on events and activities. Includes guide to restaurants accommodation, businesses and services.
The love of words raises money for local charities in Mere
The ultimate flying experience – a chance to fly and handle birds of prey and owls in a stunning Wiltshire downland location. Appointments only.
Situated in Barton Lane, Mere, it is also home to the Mere Library.
For all those looking for a good read – and more – in Mere
One of Mere’s long-established family firms
Tourist information for Mere and District
Wikipedia entry for Mere
Urchfont Parish Council and Community Website
The village as portrayed by Wikipedia
“The food offering at the Lamb is real ‘proper’ pub grub – no gastro pub here! ”
Urchfont as seen by British History Online
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