Where's your favourite place in Dorset? send us your photos for #dorsetviews week

Where's your favourite place in Dorset? send us your photos for #dorsetviews week

Where's your favourite place in Dorset? send us your photos for #dorsetviews week

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We all know that Dorset is beautiful - and this week we want your help to celebrate it.

Send us your pictures of your favourite place in Dorset.

See all the reader pictures sent in so far in a gallery

A view, a tree, a garden, a beautiful old house - we want to see what makes Dorset special to you.

Email them to digital@bournemouthecho.co.uk or tweet us using the #dorsetviews hashtag.

You can use the same tag on Instagram and Facebook too, just remember to set the picture settings to public so we can see them!

We'll do a round up of our favourites at the end of the week.


 

Bournemouth Echo:  Beach huts at Mudeford by Amanda Stone

Bournemouth Echo: Kimmeridge Bay and Gad Cliff from Swyre Head by Mike Bowler

 

 

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11:19am Tue 15 Jul 14

whataboutthat says...

Fill space...
Fill space... whataboutthat
  • Score: -3

12:02pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Sir Beachy Head says...

I went to Kimmeridge bay, woman blocking the road with a wooden shed said 'this is a private estate, £5 to come in'

On yer bike Madam, 3 point turn, out of there.

Not paying anyone a fiver to look at the sea, not even Lord Snooty and his peasants.
I went to Kimmeridge bay, woman blocking the road with a wooden shed said 'this is a private estate, £5 to come in' On yer bike Madam, 3 point turn, out of there. Not paying anyone a fiver to look at the sea, not even Lord Snooty and his peasants. Sir Beachy Head
  • Score: 1

1:28pm Tue 15 Jul 14

spooki says...

Swanage is beautiful (if you don't get pushed out of the way of the bus queue by old ladies).
Swanage is beautiful (if you don't get pushed out of the way of the bus queue by old ladies). spooki
  • Score: 2

2:09pm Tue 15 Jul 14

MikeGB says...

Sir Beachy Head wrote:
I went to Kimmeridge bay, woman blocking the road with a wooden shed said 'this is a private estate, £5 to come in'

On yer bike Madam, 3 point turn, out of there.

Not paying anyone a fiver to look at the sea, not even Lord Snooty and his peasants.
It is free to walk to Swyre Head, the land Kimmeridge Bay is privately owned, hence the fee. That said it is only the same as paying to park the car, you can walk there very easily.
[quote][p][bold]Sir Beachy Head[/bold] wrote: I went to Kimmeridge bay, woman blocking the road with a wooden shed said 'this is a private estate, £5 to come in' On yer bike Madam, 3 point turn, out of there. Not paying anyone a fiver to look at the sea, not even Lord Snooty and his peasants.[/p][/quote]It is free to walk to Swyre Head, the land Kimmeridge Bay is privately owned, hence the fee. That said it is only the same as paying to park the car, you can walk there very easily. MikeGB
  • Score: 6

12:33pm Wed 16 Jul 14

ijustthinkthat says...

I think its well worth the £5 to park at kimmeridge . you can stay the whole day exploring the amazing geology, exploring rock pools and looking for fossils . not many places as interesting you can take a family for the day for £5
I think its well worth the £5 to park at kimmeridge . you can stay the whole day exploring the amazing geology, exploring rock pools and looking for fossils . not many places as interesting you can take a family for the day for £5 ijustthinkthat
  • Score: 2

7:53pm Wed 16 Jul 14

rich53 says...

ijustthinkthat wrote:
I think its well worth the £5 to park at kimmeridge . you can stay the whole day exploring the amazing geology, exploring rock pools and looking for fossils . not many places as interesting you can take a family for the day for £5
You don't have to go to Kimmeridge to see fossils,just go to the bus station in Poole and see them all sat about by the bus stops(and it's cheaper to park)! lol
[quote][p][bold]ijustthinkthat[/bold] wrote: I think its well worth the £5 to park at kimmeridge . you can stay the whole day exploring the amazing geology, exploring rock pools and looking for fossils . not many places as interesting you can take a family for the day for £5[/p][/quote]You don't have to go to Kimmeridge to see fossils,just go to the bus station in Poole and see them all sat about by the bus stops(and it's cheaper to park)! lol rich53
  • Score: -2

8:14pm Wed 16 Jul 14

MikeGB says...

rich53 wrote:
ijustthinkthat wrote:
I think its well worth the £5 to park at kimmeridge . you can stay the whole day exploring the amazing geology, exploring rock pools and looking for fossils . not many places as interesting you can take a family for the day for £5
You don't have to go to Kimmeridge to see fossils,just go to the bus station in Poole and see them all sat about by the bus stops(and it's cheaper to park)! lol
I hope you live to a good age and then you might reflect on what a vile and pathetic person you were in July 2014.
[quote][p][bold]rich53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ijustthinkthat[/bold] wrote: I think its well worth the £5 to park at kimmeridge . you can stay the whole day exploring the amazing geology, exploring rock pools and looking for fossils . not many places as interesting you can take a family for the day for £5[/p][/quote]You don't have to go to Kimmeridge to see fossils,just go to the bus station in Poole and see them all sat about by the bus stops(and it's cheaper to park)! lol[/p][/quote]I hope you live to a good age and then you might reflect on what a vile and pathetic person you were in July 2014. MikeGB
  • Score: 0

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