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31

May

2016

Dorset Food Festivals

Dorset really does punch above it weight in producing great local produce. Her is a list of some of the local Food Festivals in this wonderful county. If you are thinking of staying at Newlands Holiday Park, please check the distance from the park to the festival.  Some are closer than others. Bournemouth Food & Drink Festival Location: Bournemouth Date: 17 to 26 June 2016 Distance from the Park: 1hr 25 minutes - [get directions] Website: www.bournemouthfoodanddrink.co.uk Bridport Food ...
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12

May

2016

Dog walking Beaches in Dorset

Dorset has many wonderful beaches and depending on the time of year they make great locations for your daily dog walk. Here is our infographic on the best Dog walking Beaches in Dorset. Share this Image On Your Site Please include attribution to https://www.newlandsholidays.co.uk/ with this graphic.
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10

Mar

2016

Walk of the Month: Seatown to Golden Cap

Once every month on the blog this year, we’ll be doing a ‘walk of the month’ feature, which will shine a spotlight on a different walking route in West Dorset or East Devon. For this first edition, we’re focusing on Golden Cap, one of the most recognisable landmarks on the Jurassic Coast. Golden Cap is the highest sea cliff in the South of England, at a height of 191 metres – 30 metres taller than Beachy Head in Sussex. Don’t be put off by its daunting size though – the summit of the ...
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Categories: News, General

4

Mar

2016

Julia Bradbury's Walks with a View in Dorset

Back in October ITV descended on Dorset to film Julia Bradbury's Walks with a View. The lovely Julia Bradbury is very familiar to use through her time on BBC's Countryfile. In this new series Julia choose some of very favourite locations that are accessible and most importantly with a wonderful view In this episode she scales Golden Cap. As part of the National Trust estate Golden Cap hugs the Jurassic Coast, Britain's only natural World Heritage Site.  This part of the coast covers 95 ...
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18

Jan

2016

Easter 2016 - Days out in Dorset

Easter falls between Good Friday 25 March to Easter Monday 29 March. Easter is a busy time here in Dorset.  It's a great time to visit.  As usual there is lots to do to keep families busy.  Here is our 2016 list; National Trust has a terrific new website and is filled with activities for Easter. Here is a selection of a few of our favourites National Trust Kingston Lacy Cost: £2.50 per person Website: Kingston Lacy Easter Egg Hunt National Trust Corfe Castle One of the UK’s oldest ruined ...
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1

Oct

2015

The Best Dorset has to offer - Food & Drink

In my humble opinion Dorset continues to grow from strength to strength. It’s been a slow burn, but over the past few years awareness of this wonderful county has grown. Celebrity Chef’s, Whittingstall and Hix, have made it there home, new and interesting hotels have sprung up and the quality of the local produce has got better and better. On the 24 September Dorset Magazine hosted the Dorset Magazine Food, Drink & Farming Awards. This showcases the achievements of local produces and what’s ...
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15

May

2015

Events in Lyme Regis - May to August

Lyme Regis Jazz & Blues Weekend (29-31 May) Jazz & Blues lovers will be flocking to Lyme Regis Jazz & Blues Festival in May.  Live music from the like if Dr Feelgood, Clive's Smith's Trio and much more. Tickets for individual events cost from £6 per person. Weekend tickets cost £50 person person and available from Lyme Regis Tourist Information Centre on Bridge Street - Tel: 01297 442138 The Big Mix 2015 (4 July) The Big Mix is Lyme’s own youth music festival by the sea, providing an ...
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24

Apr

2015

iCoast - Explore the Dorset Coast

What I noticed this Easter is when Dorset gets good weather there is no finer place to be on holiday. It has so much to offer holiday makers. So, it’s no surprise that Dorset is becoming more popular. Broadchurch, celebrity Chefs, new hotels and a stunning coastline have all contributed to an increase in visitors. So, if you are planning a trip to Dorset, but not sure what do to there, here is a really interesting new website called iCoast. The website is a map based that presents ...
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19

Mar

2015

Dog Friendly Holidays in Dorset

At Newlands we understand your dog is part of the family, so why would you leave it behind. Newlands Holiday Park is a dog-friendly Holiday Park in Dorset. What makes the Holiday Park so special for dogs is the coastal walks. At Newlands we have lots of beaches that are perfect for morning or evening walks – no matter what the weather. Here’s why we think Dorset is perfect for is the ultimate . Dog-Friendly attractions Dorset Corfe Castle – Dogs welcome on a lead Beaminster Museum - Dogs ...

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9

Jan

2015

Broadchurch - Series 2 - Spolier Alert!

If you haven’t yet seen the first episode of Broadchurch Series 2 DO NOT READ ON. This series to spread out over 8 episodes and judging from the first it ought to be good. As usual West Bay and the Cliffs all the way down to the Hive Beach featured heavily on the opening episode. So what do we know so far... DS Miller is now in Devon And it is fair to say she doesn’t like it. Olivia Coleman manages to bring intensity to the role whilst balancing her impeccable comic timing. The scene in ...
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Categories: News, Broadchurch

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