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cookThere are places that give us a hit every time we look at them and moments when everything combines to make ordinary views extraordinary and there are artists who are able to take a view of a place, whether real or imagined, and communicate through it something that we recognise but could not express. They have found a way to distil the frisson into their work, and while the viewer may be enjoying the paint surface and colour, they also feel a sense of wonder at the world in which we live.

The maestro of feel-good comedy Stephen K Amos is back on tour with his new show. Fresh from sell-out tours of Australia and New Zealand, as heard on BBC Radio 4 Life: An Idiot’s Guide and What Does the K Stand For?

Bridport’s own master of American Roots Stompin' Dave teams up with five-times winner of Blues In Britain UK Drummer of the year Sam Kelly for a feast of blues, boogie and banjo at Evershot Village Hall on Friday 5th December.

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Highlights of Bridport's First Ever Music Festival. Jurassic Fields 2014

A film about St.Michael's trading estate in Bridport. Under threat of redevelopment, Enterprise St.Michael's was formed to propose a new alternative.

The 2014 official guide and map for Bridport and West Bay is available to view here.

This Guide has been produced with both residents and visitors in mind. It has been created and published by Kayenne Marketing with the authority of Bridport Town Council. It is compiled from information supplied by the businesses and organisations listed.

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The world garlic eating competition played out at the George Inn, Chideock on 13th September 2013

Second homes are no longer acceptable in rural and coastal communities (like Bridport) that have severe housing shortages. Less than two thirds of the homes the South West needs each year are being built and the lack of supply is pushing up the region's house prices and rents.

If you agree then please sign this petition:
https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/second-home-levy

Locals are outraged to find local landmark Colmers' Hill desecrated. The iconic trees atop the beauty spot have been felled by the M.O.D. to allow "Clear line of site for aircraft manoeuvres".

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Images of Bridport and West Bay

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