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Purbeck Film Festival

The Purbeck Film Festival is the largest and longest running rural film festival in the UK. It aims to bring a wide selection of thematically chosen films to entertain those within the community at large and especially those within Dorset.

www.purbeckfilm.com

Discover Purbeck

Things to see and do, Places to stay, Where to eat & drink – the definitive guide to everything about Purbeck - from Purbeck Tourism.

http://www.purbecktourism.com

 Brit Info Net- UK information, resources & directory

Whatever you want to know about UK; shops, businesses, hotels, pubs, restaurants, clubs, cinemas, theatres, etc. Our directory, classified system and events guide will help you to find out what's on and where to find things locally in any city.

www.britinfo.net

 Cinema Treasures (USA & International)

Launched in December 2000, Cinema Treasures is a groundbreaking website devoted to movie theater preservation and awareness. Utilizing the community-building capabilities of the Internet, Cinema Treasures unites movie theater owners and enthusiasts in a common cause—to save the last remaining movie palaces across the country.

http://cinematreasures.org

 Dorset - Your guide to Dorset, UK

Welcome to VisitingDorset.co.uk - A complete guide to Dorset and what it has to offer. Information on Accommodation, Eating and Drinking, Attractions, History and a whole lot more.

http://www.visitingdorset.co.uk

Rex Players

An amateur theatrical group staging regular variety shows at the Rex Cinema in Wareham, as our contribution to local community life

http://www.rexplayers.co.uk

 The Wareham District Directory

The local, free, monthly publication for local services and what's on covering Wareham, Sandford, Stoborough, Wool and Bere Regis.

http://www.warehamdistrictdirectory.com

National Schools Film Week

The world's largest festival for cinema & young people.  National Schools Film Week (NSFW) provides teachers and their students the opportunity to see a wide range of films at local cinemas entirely free-of-charge.
For more information or to book tickets visit  www.nsfw.org or call 020 7292 7300

http://www.nsfw.org

Dorset Tourist Information

We will be updating this website regularly and adding new places to visit in Dorset and as much information about all the Dorset tourist attractions. If you are desperate about some particular Dorset tourist attractions you can contact us at admin@dorsettouristinformation.co.uk and we’ll prioritize that article.

http://dorsettouristinformation.co.uk

Where Can We Go

What's on around the UK and in your local area? The aim of WhereCanWeGo.com is to inform everyone of the wealth of possibilities in their local area: music and theatre, talks and walks, fetes and festivals, sports and markets, courses and conservation: all sorts of activities and events for all sorts of tastes. There are many, many family and community events and activities that receive insufficient support because of lack of publicity. Too often the posters on notice boards and in shop windows are not seen by enough people, and many, who may be keenly interested, are not even aware of what they have missed.

http://www.wherecanwego.com/

John Barclay

John Barclay is a writer, entertainer and performance poet based in Dorset, England. Deftly crafted pieces in styles to suit their subjects, his poems are dramatic rather than descriptive, in-your-face rather than introspective. Whether angry, moving, surreal, witty or daft, John presents them with charm and theatrical flair, proving that poetry has come out of the dusty bookcase into the real world, or at least the world of entertainment. A former Marks & Spencer speechwriter, in 2005 John brought out a collection of poems called 'The Blood of Others'. He has written plays, sketches, comedy material, song lyrics, newspaper articles and travel memoirs. He will soon be bringing out a book about a journey he made around the world without flying.

http://www.johnbarclayink.com/

Tyneham Village

One place in the area that you should definitely visit the village of Tyneham. Deserted since the Second World War, Tyneham is now of Purbeck's most popular tourist destinations.

http://www.tynehamvillage.org/