Spooky goings on in Dorset

This time of year is perfect for snuggling down with some warm soup and lightly spiced biscuits, both of which you can get in abundance in Dorset during the October and November months. To really cement in the season, why not combine your warming autumnal treats with a spot of spookiness with these ghostly tales? […]

24 hours in Swanage

For those of you who want to explore the Jurassic Coast and spend some time in a coastal town with a good dose of country side, then Swanage is a great choice. Situated on the Isle of Purbeck, Swanage is a good place to base yourself for exploring the wider area as places like Studland […]

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 […]

24 hours in Poole

There are plenty of beautiful, bustling places to visit if you’re in Dorset, but if you want to see how the other half live, Poole has to be your first port of call. Nestled in between the popular tourist resort of Bournemouth and the dramatic Jurassic Coast, Poole is a great base for exploring the […]

Five of Dorset’s prettiest places

I think we’re all in agreement over how pretty Dorset is and it is hard to pick our favourite spots, but we thought we’d put together a few suggestions of the prettiest places in Dorset for you to visit. Golden CapAs it’s the highest point on Britain’s south coast, it’s no wonder that the views […]

Raise a Glass with Morrish & Banham

In the autumn of 2015 Morrish & Banham wine merchant and tasting room opened its doors in Brewery Square Dorchester, it is owned by Mark and Caroline Banham (Caroline’s maiden name is Morrish, so hence the name). Mark started life in the wine trade in 1990 working in Luckins Wine Store, Great Dunmow. He also […]