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Dorchester

Dorchester
The Dorchester presentation box, named after one of the counties most well known country towns. We were taken there as children a fair deal, marching around the town looking at churches and visiting pubs - the coke and packet of crisps a fitting reward.

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Badbury

Badbury

Dad likes an Iron Age hill fort, he really does. Dorset has five of them, with Maiden Castle on the outskirts of Dorchester and Badbury Rings near Blandford being two of the best examples, and the ones we visit most. We may have groaned as children, as visiting either fort...

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Twynham

Twynham

We enjoyed our secondary school so much; we named a box after it. Twynham Comprehensive is a big part of who we are. A school where (what would turn out to be lifelong) friendships were made and rugby went from being another games class and turned into a passion. Not...

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Tuckton

Tuckton

Once or twice a year, Mum would take it in turns to allow one of us not to go to school and spend the day with her instead. `Special Days' started by being told in the morning not to get dressed for school, as it was ‘your turn’. Siblings, naturally,...

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Hengistbury Head

Hengistbury Head

Hengistbury Head is a very special place. If you haven’t already, you must see it – or rather go to the top of the Head and enjoy 360 degrees of natural beauty.  On the English Channel side, you’ll see the Isle of Wight and on clearer days the Needles. The...

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