Beach huts

On our recent visit to Dorset (Swanage) I noticed that extensive renovations had taken place on the sea front. Definitely more than a face lift! There have always been beach huts along the promenade but there were just a few and they were very basic. Now, there are lots! I hope that indicates good market research which has shown more people will […]

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An afternoon in Swanage

Another Wednesday and another adventure! This time we are on the Jurassic coast of Dorset. I’ve written about my connections with Swanage and this area before. (Swanage on a Sunday) It really is the quintessential seaside town with buckets, spades, sand and deck chairs. If only I could add noise and smell! You would hear water gently crashing sea gulls […]

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13 Challenges – #11 /2 Swanage

This is Swanage on a blustery ‘spring’ day! It is situated in Dorset and is part of ‘The Jurassic Coast’  It has always been a favourite place for me, being the last day of our holidays each year. In those days, there was a pitch and putt course for those keen golfers as well as lots of bucket and spade stalls. Now, […]

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‘T’ is for Train!

This week Alphabe has reached the letter ‘T’ & once again I’ve cheated (just a little!) I wanted to share some photos of a wonderful little village in Dorset called Corfe. It has an amazing ruin of what was once a magnificent Norman castle. It also has a steam train chugging through it on its way to Swanage which has been featured here […]

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