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    Dorset Magazine

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Overview


Dorset is the county magazine offering over 150 pages of articles and superb photography every month. Everyone who loves Dorset will find something to interest them on a whole host of local subjects, with features on the finest Dorset property, antiques, history and heritage, countryside and wildlife, town and village features, country shows, regattas, sports and leisure, interiors, fashion and motoring. Dorset gardens and gardening are also featured in each issue.


From the Editor

“Dorset is a magnificent county. Its rolling hills and Jurassic coast have inspired artists and writers across the ages. To edit a magazine whose sole focus is Dorset, is a privilege and a joy. There is so much going on in the county; award-winning food producers, beautiful homes and gardens and breath-taking landscapes, we have it all. It is also a county rich in talent, there is a vibrant arts scene and sport is playing an increasing role as Weymouth, home to the 2012 Olympic sailing, has become a hub for world class sailors and windsurfers. Dorset Magazine embraces all aspect of this fascinating county, its people and its places.” Helen Stiles, Editor

Testimonials

"We love your magazine, especially your monthly walks which keep the family fit and have taken us to some special Dorset places that we’ve never visited before." D. Graves, Bridport

"Loved your Kingfisher article and all the pictures. The river runs through my garden and I quite often see them catching small fish." Gladys Smith, Piddletrenthide

"I have just received my copy of your July edition of Dorset and wanted to let you know that it looks fantastic – a really great combination of articles and features." Rachel Cole, Dorset County Museum