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Old 20 May 2009, 10:53   #1
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Bank Holiday 24/25 May events - Poole/Wareham

Likely to be spending the Bank Holiday in Wareham / Poole area (non-boaty).

Can anyone suggest family-oriented interesting events / places to do over the weekend (apart from the more obvious options) ?

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Nature walk around Arne, deers are everywhere, Steam engine trip to Swanage from Norden. Visit to Tyneham, the abandoned village.
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Corfe Castle, Blue Pool, Durlston Country Park, Kimeridge, Durdle Door

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Looking at the forecast - days on the baech at Studland ? at least you can watch the boats in and out of the harbour . Went with my kids a few weeks ago - loved it - flew kites etc - old fashioned proper family fun ( and free) .
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Thanks all.

Studland is likely anyway if the weather looks good.

Never been to Tyneham - I'd like a look but might need some selling to the youngsters!
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