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sara-westbrookSome of you may remember Sara Westbrook, she used to live in Bridport some years ago. This is a letter from her daughters:

"Please help my wonderful mother beat cancer by donating to help fund her vital treatment.

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The Hottest Day Out In Dorset - The Great Dorset Chilli Festival - Wimborne St Giles, Dorset Food Festival from Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd August 2015

chillifestWe are looking forward to August and another great day out for chilli enthusiasts, food lovers and families. To be held with the kind permission of the Earl of Shaftesbury at St Giles Park, we’re lining up a glorious August weekend of “chilli fiesta”, with stalls selling all things chilli, from pepper plants to cayenne condiments; seeds to ceramics; plus cooking demonstrations; talks on growing chillies; artisan food producers; music; spicy street food; local ice creams to cool the mouth; local beers to slake the thirst.

fowokanBand On presents FOWOKAN Friday 3rd July at Everhot Village Hall

From their time together in “Cymande”, the legendary British funk band, FOWOKAN re-unites core member Sam Kelly with lead vocalist and international reggae artist, Jimmy Lindsay for a night of cool reggae music.

It!Whistle is a new music festival that will take place at Bredy Farm, Burton Bradstock, deep in the heart of the beautiful Bride Valley.

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warren-hitchinThe Electric Palace, Bridport’s prestigious live entertainment venue, has new owners – a local family from West Dorset.

Under its new manager, Susan Warren, who grew up in West Dorset and went to   school in Dorchester, the Electric Palace will continue as a venue for great music, live comedy and film, whilst expanding its range of events for families, children, and older members of the Bridport and West Dorset community.

Check out these 360o panoramas of West Bay by Steve Powell

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net-machine2Bridport Museum are seeking people to help them identify a new and exciting collection of rope and net making machinery as part of their redevelopment plans. The aim to rebuild them and display them in the refurbished museum so visitors can really see how rope and net were made.

You may have heard that we have  entered an exciting phase of re-development which has come about as a result of a bequest from the Sanctuary family of the contents of their museum which was formerly located at Uploders. Part of that bequest consisted of some rope and net machinery which had been dismantled and is now in pieces.

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