Festival Highlight will include the Service of Remembrance, a Seafront Parade with over 1,000 veterans, five marching bands, Beach Assault and bridge building...
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Meet characters from the war, hear tales from the Home Guard and Land Army and visit a 1940’s toy shop and see what afternoon tea looked like during rationing. With displays of books, clothes and equipment plus a display of letters and photos from a Fleet Naval Clerk who worked at the castle, this is a great day out for all the family.
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The Pommery Dorset Seafood Festival brings together champagne and seafood, family entertainment and a great opportunity to gain a better understanding of the superb seafood available just off our wonderful...
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Come and watch home made rafts race (and sink!!) down the River Brit.
If you would like to join in you will need a team of up to six people. You will paddle up the River Brit to a buoy and back on your homemade raft with spectators cheering you on. Cups will be awarded for the fastest raft, best dressed raft and highest sponsorship raised. Sponsorship per team is a minimum of £25.
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With music to tackle all taste buds and much much more, stand up comedy, DJ sets, and a fantastic line up for the little ones this is a festival not to be missed.
Camp Bestival 2015 tickets are available of the family payment plan with one initial payment to be made on purchase followed by 2 equal monthly installments. All initial payments will also be subject to booking fees and p&p.
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Whether it is on the ground action, in the air displays, or Night Air evening entertainment, there’s plenty for everyone to enjoy at this year’s sixth annual Bournemouth Air Festival.
The Festival site is open daily from 10am with displays starting late morning/ early afternoon .
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Stand amazed at the variety of exhibitions and the sheer scale of the show means that there is always something new to see. For the first time visitor seeing the Great Dorset Steam Fair can be quite an awe inspiring and impressive site - a sea of marquees and attractions. You can watch steaming giants of the past being put through their paces; some hauling huge loads, others sawing planks or doing the farm work of long ago, such as driving ploughs, threshing or baling. One of the main features of the Great Dorset Steam Fair is the old time steam driven funfair. Annually, over 50 showmen's engines with their gleaming twisted brass can be seen generating the light and power for the old carousels and swingboats to operate. This makes for a fascinating spectacle especially at night where the venue transforms into a magical, electric city.
To add to the excitement several of the large fair organs in the main outdoor entertainment area are fronted by authentic 1920's style stage shows with traditional 'Can Can' dancing girl performances and other acts. Vintage, veteran and classic cars, lorries, military vehicles, tractors, motorcycles and bikes all find a place in the cavalcade and if its possible to fight your way through the crowds to the bottom showfield, you'll find the working heavy horses. Country crafts from thatchers to cider makers and memorabilia collections of all kinds are also well represented. Over 500 trade stands provide an endless variety of goods to purchase.
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The main festival site is set around Weymouth’s historic old harbour where the quayside will be divided up into specialist areas focusing on sailing, diving, underwater exploration and traditional maritime crafts from boat building to lobster pot making. This will be complemented by a wide range of food, shanty music and a rolling programme of entertainment both onshore and afloat.
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Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens will be ablaze with light and colour for the annual illuminations next month – with the chance to explore even more of the candle-lit pathways this year. And youngsters will be able haunt the gardens during three evenings of spooky Halloween fun.