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Linda Browne’s adaptation of an old family recipe, homemade in Dorset.

Linda Browne’s adaptation of an old family recipe, homemade in Dorset.

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Scenic Rural Dorset, traditional England at its finest, offers a chance to escape the everyday. Explore the area’s rich history; discover country houses and glorious gardens, ramble along miles of footpaths in stunning countryside or simply enjoy the atmosphere of a local event.

A warm

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Our historic market towns with their wonderful pubs, fine-dine restaurants and wide variety of shops and boutiques offer a warm welcome, whilst further afield tiny hamlets and picturesque villages, with quaint tea rooms and farm shops, await discovery! Be sure to take in the highlights of beautiful Rural Dorset; • Panoramic views from ancient hill forts

(AB) adamburtonphotography.com, (AD) andrewdorey.co.uk, (BE) bradellementphotography.co.uk, (DL) darrenlovellphotography.co.uk, (MB) markbauerphotography.com, (PB) peterbootonphotography.co.uk, (RH) dorsetpictures.com (R Holman), (SC) samanthacookphotography.co.uk, (SL) stuartlowephotography.co.uk

A Breath of Fresh Air Family Days Out Heritage and Gardens Hidden Gems Umbrella Days

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• Enticing market towns with cobbled streets, hidden courtyards and great shopping

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• The Minster Church of St Cuthburga & its unique Chained Library

• Moors Valley Country Park, action and fun for all the family • The world renowned Great Dorset Steam Fair

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• Iconic Gold Hill, made famous by Hovis • The beautiful 17th Century manor house of Kingston Lacy Whether in Rural Dorset for a short break, weekend or longer holiday, there is plenty to keep you busy, whatever the weather. If time allows venture further afield and visit our neighbours; the World Heritage Jurassic Coast,

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Rural Dorset’s attractions offer memorable days out for all ages, from toddlers to grandparents! For a full day out Moors Valley Country Park -

walking and cycling trails, fishing lakes, golf course, play trails, narrow gauge steam railway and Go Ape High Wire Adventure something for every generation!

Half-day attractions Royal Signals Museum - the perfect location for ‘would be spies’. Learn how to break codes, guide laser beams and set up a satellite network, and take the Cyber Warfare Challenge! Kingston Lacy House & Estate

- explore the stately home, from upstairs to downstairs! Then get out and about on the estate to discover formal gardens, parkland and even an ancient hill fort.

Great combinations Priest’s House Museum - Hands

on displays bring to life local history and archaeology and the childhood gallery recalls a time before computer games! Wimborne Model Town - be a giant with your own kingdom spread out before you! Do one of the quizzes which take you on a ‘treasure hunt’ around the tiny streets of Wimborne as it was in the 1950s.

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Adventure Wonderland Bournemouth Aviation Museum Honeybrook Farm Fleet Air Museum

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Rural Dorset has many smaller places of interest to discover including ancient sites and wonderful countryside, all just a little more off the beaten track: Hare Lane Pottery - potter

Jonathan Garratt refines his own locally dug clay to create wonderful garden and table ware, which is on display in the pottery’s gallery and pretty courtyard. Knowlton Church & Rings -

explore this atmospheric English Heritage site with its Bronze Age rings and ruined church. Edmondsham House & Gardens - open on selected

days, the House is of 16th and 18th century construction, with a charming walled garden and an unusual Victorian octagonal dairy. Badbury Rings - an Iron Age

hill fort with extensive views and rare orchids in summer. Cranborne Manor Gardens -

pretty manor garden containing a Jacobean Mount garden, herb and walled gardens, a river garden and sculptures.

Farrs Lodge - discover the 4½ acre gardens and studio of botanic artist Lys de Bray.

Enjoy some of our unique events; the Ashmore Filly Loo, the Cheese Festival and the Great Pudding Stir. Or try events in unusual venues such as the Viking Longhouse or Earthouse at the Ancient Technology Centre.

Barford Ice Cream Garden -

enjoy delicious award-winning ice cream in beautiful natural surroundings. Hambledon & Hodd Hills -

neighbouring hill forts with spectacular views over the surrounding countryside. Shillingstone Railway Station Project - see progress on the restoration of this 1950s period station on the former Dorset and Somerset line and the creation of a railway museum.

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White Mill - a renovated mill, part of the Kingston Lacy estate, in a picturesque location adjacent to Dorset’s oldest bridge.

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A mini guide for young people. business card size 85mmx55mm


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When you take part in sport, you have the right to have fun and stay safe. Here is a guide, put together in consultation with young people, on what you and your coach need to do to achieve this outcome.

YOUR COACH IS THERE TO MAKE SURE YOU LEARN THE SPORT SAFELY AND ENJOY IT

He or She Should... > Be an excellent role model > Treat you as an individual with respect and dignity > Have the right qualifications for the job > Put your welfare before winning or achieving goals > Make the sport fun, enjoyable and promote fair play > Promote an open environment encouraging participants to contribute and speak freely

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> Maintain high standards and ensure equipment is safe to use

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> Not bully you into doing things > Recognise the development needs and ability of each individual/ player/participant > Not have physical contact with you unless absolutely necessary. The coach should explain the circumstances when touching may be appropriate and many National Governing Bodies of sports have guidelines on this N.B. If you’re not comfortable with physical contact you have the right to say so.

WHAT ABOUT PARENTS, CARERS AND OTHER SPECTATORS? They should... > Make sure there are clear arrangements for you to get to and from sports activities > Support you > Be enthusiastic and cheer you on > Respect everyone nearby > Not shout abuse > Not laugh at or embarrass you or other participants > Never argue with the officials – their decision is final

www.activedorset.org

Active Dorset would like to thank the following for their support:

Bournemouth Borough Council, Christchurch Borough Council, Dorset County Council, East Dorset District Council, Borough of Poole, West Dorset District Council, Weymouth and Portland Borough Council. Bournemouth, Christchurch & Purbeck, East Dorset, North Dorset, Poole, West Dorset - School Sports Partnerships. Bournemouth & Poole College. Amateur Swimming Association. Sure Start.

You should... > Accept what the coach asks you to do within the rules of the game > Be on time and prepared for training and competitions > Play to the best of your ability at all times

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AS A PLAYER OR PARTICIPANT YOU ALSO HAVE RESPONSIBILITIES TO MAKE YOUR SPORT FUN AND SAFE

> Do your best to treat everyone with respect and value the help that others give you

There is someone you can turn to for help... > Make sure that your parent/ carer knows where you are or if you’re going to be late > Never bully other participants either by yourself or as part of a group > Bullying means things such as pushing, hitting, name calling, spreading rumours, damaging belongings, humiliating or sending nasty text messages or e-mails

> Act fairly and not cheat or be dishonest > Not keep quiet about bullying of others that you witness or are aware of > Not insult or swear at the coach or other helpers at the club

You could speak to an adult you know and trust such as the club’s Welfare Officer, a parent, doctor or your school’s Education Welfare Officer. If you feel there isn’t someone you can talk to face to face, call Childline on 0800 1111. It is a free and confidential helpline, and you don’t need to tell them who you are if you don’t wish to.

For more information visit: www.activedorset.org www.nspcc.org.uk Alternatively, you can contact Child Protection Officer at Active Dorset on 01202 965927. The Welfare Officer at my club:

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gruffalo trail cards, trail markers and signage throughout the woods at moors valley country park


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