Summer Fun

August with Dorset Wildlife Trust

WHETHER you are on holiday or just doing days out with the family in August, Dorset Wildlife Trust has an activity or an event for you. For volunteering opportunities, visit www.dorsetwildifetrust.org.uk/volunteering Saturday 17th – Kingcombe Mobile Planetarium, 10am,  celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing! Presentations for primary age children & view a star-filled…

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Disney films at Bristol Hippodrome

FOUR classic Walt Disney films are being shown at Bristol Hippodrome this August. Twice each day on Fridays and Saturdays throughout the month, audiences can enjoy film and tea in the Piano Bar this summer. The new Sum­mer Movies and After­noon Tea series continues with The Lion King on 23rd and 24th August. Scree­n­ings start at…

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Medieval Village at Corfe Castle

RE-ENACTORS will present a medieval village at Corfe Castle, bringing history to life for visitors in the peak summer period to Monday 19th August. They will portray characters from the turbulent 12th century, when the castle was on the front line in a bitter civil war. Knights, scribes and siege engineers are among those who…

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Youngsters build a show at the David Hall

CHILDREN and students aged from eight to 18 will take to the stage of the David Hall at South Petherton on Friday 2nd August at 4pm. The performance is the culmination of this year’s Actiontrack Show Build five-day summer school, and is open to young people, parents, families, friends and patrons of the David Hall….

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Kids go wild with Lost Words

THE start of the school summer holidays finds parents looking for inventive and creative ways to keep their children entertained. They need look no further than the Artsreach summer programme of activities, which runs from 26th July to 30th August. This summer’s programme is inspired by The Lost Words, Robert Macfarlane and Jackie Morris’s stunning…

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