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  1. Gundimore Beach

    Mudeford, CHRISTCHURCH

    Great views of the Isle of Wight and Mudeford Sandbank from this sandy beach. There is a designated watersports area and level access from Mudeford Quay and Avon Beach. Dogs welcome all year.

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    1 Jan 2022to31 Dec 2022
  2. LV=Kidzone Christchurch

    Free to all visitors, LV=KidZone is a beach safety scheme to prevent and reunite lost children in the peak summer season.  

  3. Avon Beach

    Christchurch

    Avon Beach is a sandy beach situated in the coastal town of Mudeford, the beach sits just east of Mudeford Quay and marks the start of the Christchurch Bay which stretches out towards Highcliffe.

  4. Chewton Bunny Nature Reserve

    Christchurch

    Chewton Bunny is a nature reserve rich in woodland wildlife and is a Site of Nature Conservation Interest.

  5. Friars Cliff Beach

    Christchurch

    Shingle and sand beaches ideal for families. Magnificent views of the Isle of Wight and Christchurch Bay. A short walk from the cliff top nature reserve at Steamer Point.

  6. Steamer Point Nature Reserve

    Christchurch

    Steamer Point is a 24 acre cliff top designated local nature reserve situated between Highcliffe Castle and Friar's Cliff.

  7. Highcliffe Castle

    Highcliffe, Christchurch

    Highcliffe Castle is a Grade 1 listed building situated on the cliff top overlooking Christchurch Bay.

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    1 Feb 2022to23 Dec 2022Various Opening Times

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  8. Mude Valley

    Mudeford, CHRISTCHURCH

    An urban wildlife corridor made up of Mudeford and Peregrine Woods, including a variety of natural habitats - woodland, grassland, the river and associated wetlands. It includes amenity areas and is surrounded by extensive urban development. The…

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    1 Jan 2022to31 Dec 2022
  9. Nea Meadows Nature Reserve

    Highcliffe, CHRISTCHURCH

    A small quiet Local Nature Reserve (LNR) which has a lake, wildlife pond, woodland and two wildflower meadows with over two hundred and fifty species of flower.

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    1 Jan 2022to31 Dec 2022

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  1. Christchurch Harbour

    Christchurch Harbour is an isolated natural harbour to the South East of Christchurch.

  2. Hengistbury Head

    Bournemouth

    Hengistbury Head is a relatively unspoilt and south-facing pebble beach, with imposing clay and ironstone cliffs.

  3. Red House Museum

    Christchurch

    A former Georgian workhouse, the Red House is now a museum exploring the story of Christchurch from before the Ice Age to modern times.

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    1 Jan 2022to31 Dec 2022

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  4. Purewell Meadows Local Nature Reserve

    Christchurch

    A pleasant meadow walk on the public open space area of the reserve.

  5. Stour Valley Nature Reserve

    Muscliffe Lane, Bournemouth

    This idyllic riverside Reserve forms part of the Stour Valley Way and provides a wall following a 2 mile stretch of the river Stour. It is perfect for walking, relaxing or exercising in the fresh air.

  6. Mudeford Quay

    Christchurch

    Mudeford Quay is situated at the entrance of Christchurch Harbour and South of Mudeford village centre.

  7. The Regent Centre

    Christchurch

    The Regent Centre is situated in the middle of Christchurch High Street and is the cinema, theatre, concert hall, art gallery and entertainment centre serving Christchurch, East Dorset and the New Forest.

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    1 Jan 2021to31 Jan 2023

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  8. Tutton's Well

    Stanpit, CHRISTCHURCH

    The oldest link to antiquity which the town possessed, the ‘constant never-failing stream of water of uncommon purity’ which erupted here was renowned for its medicinal virtues, especially for eyes, and hawked as The Christchurch Elixir.

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    1 Jan 2022to31 Dec 2022
  9. The Norman House, Castle Keep and Motte

    CHRISTCHURCH

    Christchurch Castle was built in the late 11th Century to protect the town. The once luxurious Constable's House, now in ruins, has the oldest Norman chimney in Britain and was built around 1150. The Castle saw action in the Anarchy about 1147 and…

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    1 Jan 2022to31 Dec 2022

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