Looking for things to do this weekend? We’ve put together a list of five things you can check out, to make sure you don’t have to be bored at home!
1. Brownsea Bird Boat
The National Trust, Dorset Wildlife Trust and the RSPB have partnered up to showcase Brownsea Island’s wonderful wildlife with a boat trip including a two hour landing on the island, with a guided tour.
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Some of the bird life seen on this mornings cruise round Poole Harbour @harbourbirds @DorsetWildlife @DorsetBirdClub @DWTBrownsea @Bournemouthecho @PooleHarbourC @more_poole #PooleHarbour #pooleharbourbirds #waterfowl pic.twitter.com/5MhRfEaeku
— Simon77d (@Simon_Treasure) 9 December 2018
This year’s Highcliffe Charity Players’ pantomime at the Regent Centre, Christchurch, is Cinderella. Running from Saturday the 19th through to the 26th, the show promises sparkling dance routines, popular show songs, as well as outrageous slapstick comedy and audience participation.
Don’t miss Cinderella as we return to the @regentcentre this January!
— Highcliffe C.Players (@CharityPlayers) 29 October 2018
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3. Sunrise wildlife walk at Studland Bay
Join a wildlife expert and enjoy a sunrise walk around the Studland Peninsula this Saturday. This includes a guided tour of the wonders of Purbeck, with expert insight, followed by a breakfast question time with the experts themselves.
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4. Nordic walking at Corfe Castle
Try out Nordic walking at Corfe Castle, this Saturday. Nordic walking is suitable for all levels of fitness and is enjoyed by athletes and casual walkers alike. Using walking poles, participants engage more muscles than usual walking, whilst being a low-impact way of getting around. Coffee and a cake are also provided afterwards within the ticket price.
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5. The Incredible Mrs Van Der Elst
Why not go along to Shire Hall Historic Court Museum on Sunday for an incredible insight into the life of this scullery maid turned entrepreneur? Mrs Van der Elst spent a quarter of a century campaigning against the death penalty. The ticket price also includes a bowl of soup.
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