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Events and what's on in West Bay

West Bay (or Broadchurch as many may recognise it) is an astonishing seaside location with a beautiful landscape of cliffsides and a harbour that is full of great cafes and ice cream parlours.

A regular location for bikers and day-visitors, West Bay is home to some unique events, particularly in summertime.

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The next 2 events in West Bay appear below.

30 October 2021

West Bay, Dorset
Bonfire & Fireworks West Bay🎆🎇 Bonfire By The Beach is back on Saturday 30th October from 4:30pm This year's event is better than ever... - Fireworks at 8pm - Bonfire lit at 6pm - Live music 5pm to 9pm - Funfair - Food outlets and outside bar - Free bus from Bridport to West Bay - Free parking in West Bay (donations welcome) This is a charity event hosted by the Bridport Round Table and West Bay Days - donations can be made by emailing Photo Credit James Loveridge Photography
26 Oct 2021 to 31 Oct 2021

West Bay, Dorset
HallowGREENJoin us all week as we celebrate a plastic-free HallowGREEN! Find the sneaky spiders that have hidden themselves all around the Centre and get some fun ideas for plastic-free Halloween crafts. Open every day (but Monday), 11am -4pm. Admission free, donations welcomed On Thursday 28th October meet a Mermaid! In partnership with Clean Jurassic Coast their resident mermaid will be face-painting and storytelling, followed by a beach clean. 11am-1pm Face Painting (£3), 2-2.30pm ...
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23 Jul 2019
Holidays in Dorset - 10 Must-Visit Places Dorset is well-known for many reasons, and you’re probably visiting because you’ve heard many great things about the beautiful county (we’re guessing the 95-mile stretch of the Jurassic Coast has something to do with it). But, have you planned what you’re going to get up to during your stay? Holidays in Dorset just aren’t complete without visiting these places. They’ll make your trip extra special… Durdle Door Let’s get ... Read more...
2 Jul 2019
Special Places to Stay in Dorset by the Sea When it comes to golden beaches, stunning coastlines and picturesque harboursides, Dorset is first on the list for many. Escaping the urban lifestyle, all of this makes for a dreamy getaway. The 285km stretch of Jurassic coast is home to both vibrant and relaxing locations with offerings nothing short of spectacular. From world-famous landmarks including Durdle Door to hidden gems such as Eype Beach that sits next to West Bay, looking for special places to stay in Dorset by the ... Read more...
3 Jun 2019
Al Fresco Dining in Dorset As summer beckons, days and evenings begin to warm. And there's nothing better than soaking up the sun with friends and family whilst enjoying the great food and drink that Dorset offers. Al fresco dining in Dorset is a great way of treating yourself and making memories, with lots of pubs, restaurants and cafes creating a perfect outdoor environment, whether you’re a local or just visiting. Smuggler’s Inn, Osmington Escape from everyday life with this perfect ... Read more...
26 Mar 2018
Resort Dorset Magazine 2018 The popular Resort Dorset magazine for 2018 is out today. Our free title offers visitors the chance to discover all the best things to see and do across the county. Resort is packed with great attractions, activities, food and drink, shopping, events and more ideas for great days out. You'll also find lots of money-saving vouchers! Keep an eye out for the bright yellow dispensers and pick up your copy soon - they'll be found in many hotels, holiday parks, shops, ... Read more...
12 Feb 2018
Jurassic Coast Covering 95 miles, from Orcombe Point in east Devon to Old Harry Rocks in Dorset, the Jurassic Coast is an unprecedented place where the history from millions of years is lying beneath your feet. In 2001, the coastline was listed as one of the UNESCO’s natural World Heritage sites due to it being one of the most significant Earth Science locations in the world. The sheer beauty of the coastline that makes this place so special. At 18 miles long, Chesil Beach, with the Fleet ... Read more...

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