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Property of the Month July 24 – An artist at Home in West Dorset

An Artist at Home Mayfair Town and Country in Beaminster have been instructed to sell Old...

Symondsbury to Shanghai – Ed Lawrence reporting from China

Reporting from one of the largest and potentially most powerful countries in the world brings...

Nature Studies July 24 – Bach and the Nightingale

This month Marshwood, being in its online format, is able to present in Nature Studies...

Ingrid Betzler – Julia Mear met Ingrid Betzler in Axminster

I’m often asked if, after several years living in the middle East and working in...

This Month in the not too distant past – Isambard Kingdom Brunel

Taking a look back at historical moments that happened in July, John Davis highlights Isambard...

Sound of the Sirens – juggling music and life

Getting ready for their Camp Bestival show, the Exeter duo speak to Fergus Byrne Despite already...

Books July 24 – book reviews, local and further afield

First ‘Whodunnit’ from local author Bruce Harris In The Judas Gene leading industrialist and donor to...

Preview July 24 – Stage and screen in July

Circus from RajasthanBridportTHE colour and drama of one of India’s most dramatic and culturally exciting...

Young Lit Fix – a ghost called corpse

A Girl Called Corpse By Reece CarterIllustrations by Eleonora AsparuhovaPublished by UsbornePaperback £7.99Review by Nicky...

Six at the Flix – 6 films to watch in July

Bridport Arts CentreThe Adventures of Priscilla Queen of The Desert.Also playing at Bristol Pride on...

July in the Garden – keeping on top of pests

Hopefully the warmer and sunnier weather in June has put summer back on course. A...

Deeply Rooted in the Landscape – photographs by Robin Mills

In a world increasingly dominated by urban sprawl and digital technology, a new book by...

Wildly Improbable Ideas – more about Douglas Adams

Sixty years since he moved to Stalbridge in Dorset where he wrote the Hitch-Hikers Guide...

The R Word: Time for a bit of Rewiggling

It may sound like a quip from an over enthusiastic Strictly Come Dancing judge but...

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Property of the Month July 24 – An artist at Home in West Dorset

An Artist at Home Mayfair Town and Country in Beaminster have been instructed to sell Old Granary Cottage Nr West Milton for the artist Hugo...

July in the Garden – keeping on top of pests

Hopefully the warmer and sunnier weather in June has put summer back on course. A very wet winter, extending into the start of the...

Books July 24 – book reviews, local and further afield

First ‘Whodunnit’ from local author Bruce Harris In The Judas Gene leading industrialist and donor to the Conservative Party, Ralph Manningham, forced his father into...

Young Lit Fix – a ghost called corpse

A Girl Called Corpse By Reece CarterIllustrations by Eleonora AsparuhovaPublished by UsbornePaperback £7.99Review by Nicky Mathewson Out to sea, near a town called Elston-Fright is...

The best from West Dorset, South Somerset and East Devon

The Marshwood Vale magazine is the most popular free community magazine throughout West Dorset, South Somerset and East Devon. It is read by more than 50,000 people per month. Locally owned and operated, it represents all that is unique about the wider local community.

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