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Unique National Trust island in Europe’s largest Natural harbour. It’s where the first scout camp took place and is inhabits by Red Squirrels.
Take the short ferry ride from either Poole Quay or Sandbanks to Brownsea Island. This island is owned by the National Trust and is one of the very few places in the UK where you will get to see the red squirrel
Site of the worlds first Scout camp in 1907. Walk to the Quay, then a short boat trip and a walk through the woods to see the Peacocks and RED squirrels. It makes a great long half day out. It also has a loverly little church in the woods with an old fashioned hand pump organ.
Lovely day out, see Red squirrels in wild, beautiful woodland walk, rugged beaches, plenty of wildlife
Set in Poole harbour. Sandbanks is a great place to visit. Very busy high season so beware go early or later. Great beaches. The ferry to Brownsea goes from Sandbanks so does the chain link car ferry to Swanage.
Brownsea Island is the largest of the islands in Poole Harbour in the county of Dorset, England. The island is owned by the National Trust with the northern half managed by the Dorset Wildlife Trust.
Unspoilt island in Poole Harbour - with its own castle. Notable wild peacocks, one of the few remaining colonies of red squirrels and being the birthplace of the Boy Scout movement.
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“Durdle Door is a stunning location along the Jurassic coast. Beautiful. one not to miss.. you need your walking boots for uneven grounds and steep hill and a picnic.”
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“Lovely coffee shop & art gallery with plenty of seating inside & seating to the front and rear courtyard sculpture garden”
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“Only a short drive and you will arrive to the 25 acre heath and woodland with its very own unique blue lake. Here you will also find a tea room.”
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“Overlooking Portland Harbour in Dorset stands one of Henry VIII’s finest coastal forts, built in the early 1540s to protect against French and Spanish invasion. Today it provides a great day out for visitors and its audio tour, included in the admission price, tells of the castle’s 450-year history and the part it played in the First and Second World Wars. Afterwards take a stroll along the marina where you will find the Mess Deck Cafe or Boat that Rocks Restaurant. ”
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