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Six at the Flix June 24

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Clean lines, dynamic surfaces and thrilling coastal subject matter are defining features of all three...

Preview June 24

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Nature Studies June 24

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The Young Lit Fix

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Six at the Flix May 24

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Special Event Open Gardens

After one of the most miserable winters in memory it’s a real joy to look...

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Founder of three charities creating change for environmental benefit, Trewin Restorick’s latest venture, ‘Sizzle’, is...

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Dorset Art Weeks 2024

With a shiny new catalogue, 266 venues and more than 500 artists and makers showing...

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June in the Garden

Every year is different, obviously, from a weather point of view but you have to hope that June will prove to be ‘flaming’ rather...

Vegetables in June

June is a bit of a moment for market gardeners, it can be the turnaround month where all of the slog of spring comes...

Deeply Rooted in the Landscape

In a world increasingly dominated by urban sprawl and digital technology, a new book by photographer Robin Mills offers a fascinating insider’s view of...

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Sixty years since he moved to Stalbridge in Dorset where he wrote the Hitch-Hikers Guide to the Galaxy, the late Douglas Adams still grips...

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