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With miles and miles of sandy beaches, some of the best weather in the UK and the longest life expectancy in Britain, Dorset makes for a happy home. Business is booming too, with household names such as Animal, RNLI and Clipper Teas having their HQ’s in the county. With over half the county designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, no one can deny that Dorset is truly something special. Dorset’s amazing natural features include Durdle Door, Pulpit Rock, Golden Cap, Lulworth Cove and Chesil Beach.
Brownsea Island in Poole Harbour was voted Britain’s favourite nature reserve in 2013 and the area around Wareham is recognised as the most botanically rich in the UK. Dorset has nearly 100 miles of coastline with award winning, golden sandy beaches at Bournemouth Sandbanks, Christchurch, Swanage and Weymouth. Poole, Portland and Christchurch Harbours are great for a variety of watersports from kite surfing to paddle boarding. According to the Office for National Statistics, Dorset has the highest life expectancy in Britain.
Dorset is home to international and national businesses in tourism, environmental technologies, advanced engineering and defence.
The relaxed pace of life in Dorset makes you forget that London is only a two and half hour drive away. Let the train take the strain – there is a direct line from Waterloo to Weymouth, calling at Bournemouth, Poole, Wareham and Dorchester. Not forgetting Bournemouth International Airport or the ports at Poole and Weymouth, connecting to the Channels Islands, Europe and beyond. Stretching for 95 miles, the Jurassic Coast is the only natural World Heritage Site in England.

If you fancy climbing the highest point along the south coast of England, head for Golden Cap – owned by the National Trust. Over the centuries, the Dorset landscape has inspired artists, writers and scientists to produce outstanding work.
A few of the literary giants include Thomas Hardy, Jane Austen and Enid Blyton with acclaimed artists such as Fra Newbury, Paul Nash, Turner and Charles Rennie Mackintosh all drawing inspiration from Dorset. More recently, West Bay was the backdrop to the award winning TV drama Broadchurch, written by Dorset resident Chris Chibnall. Dorset truly had a summer to remember in 2012 with Weymouth and Portland hosting the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic sailing events. The legacy has led to improvements in transport, jobs, roads, infrastructure, arts, sports, sailing and tourism. With Dorset’s mild climate and fertile soil, the county is home to some of the finest local produce and coupled with fresh seafood, Dorset has a winning combination for fabulous food and drink. Our local produce draws in celebrity chefs such as Gordon Ramsay, Lesley Waters and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall.
Dare to tickle your taste buds with a Dorset Naga – one of the hottest chillis in the world. We have two free tickets to the Southampton boat show available in the club office, valid until this Sunday.
New features announced for the 62nd annual London Boat Show include a ‘60’s Revival’ attraction, a ‘Mediterranean Bay’ pool, and a theatre showcasing talks by boating experts. Spread over the equivalent of six full-sized football pitches, exhibitors will range from world-class boat builders through to fashion, travel operators and watersports companies. New features include the ‘60’s Revival’ attraction which will transport visitors back to the swinging 60’s – an era that saw the first man to walk on the moon, The Beatles, the arrival of the Mirror Dinghy, and Sir Francis Chichester becoming the first person to sail single-handed around the world. Advance tickets start from ?10, with two children under the age of 15 going free with each adult.
Exhibitors and visitors 'feeling positive' after the opening day of the London Boat Show 2015.

Scotland’s Boat Show 2015 at Kip Marina, Inverclyde broke every previous attendance record, attracting more than 16,000 visitors. The Northern Boat Show has begun on Liverpool Waterfront as part of the International Mersey River Festival. More than 7,000 visitors flocked to Beaulieu Boatjumble yesterday and left the Hampshire country estate laden with bargains.
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Tickets for the Toronto International Boat Show are available onsite at the show, or online in advance. And along with our picture postcard villages, the vibrant towns of Bournemouth, Poole, Dorchester and Weymouth are bursting with places to eat, drink and shop. Dorset’s great outdoors provides a green gym that will keep even the keenest of fitness fanatics happy. It’s even better for girls at 86.6 years – almost four years longer than the national average.
Balsons the Butchers in Bridport is Britain’s longest running family butchers – opened in 1535. In 2015, Swanage Railway will be reconnecting to the mainline, so you will be able to travel direct from London to the seaside town of Swanage. The Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy hosts international events and offers world class facilities for training the sailing stars for the future. Take your pick from Dorset knob throwing, nettle eating, fossils, kites, waistcoats, arts, film, literary, walking, food, drink, music, flowers, hats, Christmas trees, Tolpuddle Martyrs and Camp Bestival.
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