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Tales of Transgression

Described as a ‘searing examination of human mobility at the margins’ a new book co-written by authors from Bridport and London is a deeply...

Kept Alive in Secret Locations

If you love Dorset Cider and are curious about old Dorset orchards or simply want to know what cider apples to plant when you...

What Next?

After the havoc caused by Covid it seems like there is no respite.Fergus Byrne hears from local business men and women about how the...

February in the garden

In February it really does feel like winter has been dragging on for too long but at least there are more cheerful signs of...

Vegetables in February

All that is really needed to grow organic vegetables is seed and a healthy soil. Perhaps you’ve already ordered seeds for this season, but...

The Young Lit Fix

The Promise Boysby Nick Brooks Published by Pan Macmillan RRP £8.99 Recommended by Antonia Squirefor ages 14+ Trey, JB and Ramon all attend The Promise Academy for...

Top six at the Flix

The Electric Palace BridportI Wanna Dance With Somebody (2022)“Critics will sniff, as they invariably do, about the familiar conventions of the music biopic. But...

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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