A-Z of Dorset

A is for Apple Cake If you go to Dorset and don’t have an apple cake, did you really go to Dorset? B is for Beaches C is for Corfe Castle D is for Durdle Dor It’s one of the most iconic sights in the county. E is for Eggardon Hill Fort F is for […]

5 things we love about Dorset!

A trip abroad might be off the table for this year, so why not take a trip to Dorset instead? Here are five things we love about the county to help inspire you for your own visit to Dorset! The beaches Dorset has miles of amazing award winning beaches, from popular stretches of sand like […]

Can you help the National Trust care for your coast?

There are two pieces of litter for every footstep you take on a beach. That’s the scary new statistics released by the National Trust. The tide of litter on Britain’s beaches appears to be on the increase, quantities of litter on UK beaches have more than doubled since 1994, and plastic now accounts for over […]

5 of Dorset’s best kept secret beaches

Dorset has an abundance of beautiful beaches all across the county but if you’re looking for something a little more off the beaten track, perhaps something hidden and quiet that you can claim for your own, then read on, here are a selection of Dorset’s best kept secret beaches. Cogden Beach You’ve heard of Chesil […]

Great fossil finding sites in Dorset

Dorset’s Jurassic Coast is THE place to go if you want to spend the day searching for fossils or rock pooling, so here are some of the top sites in the county for finding all manner of fossils and of course, interesting small sea creatures that make their homes in the rock pools! These places […]

Take only memories, leave only footprints

Did you know that 8 million pieces of plastic find their way into the oceans every day? These plastics are having a devastating effect on marine life. This summer, Litter Free Coast and Sea are encouraging people enjoying the Dorset coast to be as plastic clever and litter-free as possible, to reduce the rubbish entering […]

Dorset’s best beaches

Dorset is full of popular beaches that families love to return to year after year. Part of this is because of how diverse the region is, with every kind of beach you can think of, from rocky beaches perfect for fossil hunting to glorious sand that stretches for miles to ones that are completely accessible, […]