Monthly Archives: April 2015

Dorset Music Festivals: Get your toes tapping

Dorset has a fantastic line-up of musical entertainment over the coming months. So why not tie your visit to Lancombe in with a day, or evening, of live music?

Here are a few local events that just might get your toes tapping.

1 to 4th May 2015: Eddy Rocks

This fundraiser is in its forth year and is sure to entertain with 26 live rock bands and 40 acoustic artists performing. Click here to find out more.  

1 to 5th May 2015: The Sherborne Abbey Music Festival

Five days of fantastic music and dance. ‘New’ for this year, you’ll see the Viennese Fever Orchestra play, while Strictly Come Dancing professionals put on a spectacular performance. See the full programme here.

23rd May 2015: Vinyl Saturday. Bridport record and CD fair

A must for any music fan. Get searching for that album you always wanted! See more information on their website.

4th July 2015: The Big Mix Music Festival

This really is music with a view. Spend the afternoon and evening enjoying non-stop entertainment, suitable for all the family. You’ll see live music on the outdoor stage by the Marine Theatre in Lyme Bay. Check out the line-up here.

Keeeeep dancing!

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The 88 Steps to Durdle Door

Lancombe Country Holidays

It is a fabulous time of year to visit Dorset. Feel the early summer sun on your face and the wind in your hair, while you explore the rolling hills and take in the spectacular scenery.

Durdle Door is one of Dorset’s most photographed landmarks and it has literally just re-opened its ‘door’ for business.

The 88 steps leading down to the beach have been repaired, making it much easier to get up close to this stunning icon. Read more about this story here.

For other ideas on where to go for a stroll, or something a little more energetic, this article summarises some of the top 10 walks in Dorset. Click here.

If peaceful lanes or woodland trails are more your cup of tea, you are spoilt for choice here at Lancombe! There are plenty of opportunities right on our doorstep.

Ask Caroline to show you where the trails start!

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