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Posts tagged: outdoors

Five Wintery Walks in Dorset

We have put together a list of a few of our favourite wintery walks in Dorset. January can be a lovely chance to get outside and take in your local surroundings. Often we find ourselves with fewer social commitments at this time of year, so why not take each day...

Feel Festive In Dorset This Christmas

Have your Christmas decorations been up for weeks all ready? Or do you prefer to wait until the last minute to embrace the festive feel? Well, whether you’re raring to go and ready to embrace all the twinkling lights and tinsel, or just mulling over a few festive things to...

Tips for Winter Wellness

Go on admit it, how many times since the clocks changed have you found yourself saying “ooh I hate these dark evenings”? Yep, us too! But as easy as it can be to hibernate your way through winter, we know that this can lead to lethargy and sometimes even loneliness....

Dorset Tea & The Marine Conservation Society

When it comes to our values and what is important to us, being sustainable and looking after the environment is very high on our list. With 100 miles of stunning coastline in Dorset we want to make sure we are helping to protect the world’s oceans. That’s why, earlier this...

Firework Displays in Dorset

With Halloween last weekend and bonfire night now fast approaching, we have been reminded just how much we love the seasons here in the UK. It feels like just a few weeks ago that we were relaxing in deckchairs on our golden beaches and now we’re wrapped up warm ready...

Best Places To Pick Pumpkins In Dorset

With just a few days left until Halloween, heading out to pick your own pumpkin is a lovely way to enjoy the great outdoors. With more and more pick-your-own pumpkin patches popping up in Dorset, it makes for a great half term activity, with farms adding fun attractions to their...

Enjoy Autumn In Dorset

Whether you’re a local, a day-tripper or heading to Dorset for a longer break, autumn is a lovely time to enjoy our beautiful county. We’ve put together a list of some of the best places to see the incredible colours of autumn in Dorset. So grab your wellies and a...

Sipping and SUP’ing – a paddleboarder’s guide to Dorset

We’ve talked before about our love for cold-water swimming. Wading into the cool ocean gives us a little thrill every time, and makes us feel invigorated and revitalised. We’re so lucky to be surrounded by such great swimming spots here in Dorset and that also makes it easy for us...

Dorset’s Best Beaches

Here in Dorset we are incredibly lucky to lay claim to 88 miles of stunning coastline and to be able to say that 25 of our beautiful beaches boast blue flag and seaside awards. We could spend all day talking about the soft golden sandy beaches and the safe bays...

5 Best Walks in Dorset

Summer is well and truly here! Okay, so the weather may be getting a bit confused but we are feeling buoyed up by some warmer evenings, striking sunsets and those few extra degrees in sea temperature that gets even our most timid team members keen for a pre-work dip (check...

Brew with a view - 10 Best Views in Dorset

10 Best Views in Dorset We feel incredibly lucky to be able to call Dorset our home. It’s a beautiful and diverse county and we love living here. Whilst well known for the dramatic cliffs and stunning beaches of its Jurassic Coast there is so much more to explore. Our...

Wild Swimming, the Dorset Tea Way

Wild Swimming the Dorset Tea Way Connecting with nature has always been a sure-fire way of resetting the mind, gaining perspective, and supporting mental well-being. With increased use of digital devices, work and family meetings over zoom and the confinement of the long winter Lockdown, it has never been more...

Get your Garden Glowing!

Gardening tips from Thompson & Morgan Here are some hints and tips from the lovely folk over at Thompson and Morgan to help you get your garden prepped for summer; Don’t forget to clearly mark where you’ve sown your seeds, there’s nothing worse than accidently pulling up what you thought...