Dorset’s Jurassic Coast – The Two Churches of Kingston

Dorset's Jurassic Coast - The Two Churches of Kingston

I am exploring the beautiful village of Kingston in Dorset that over looks the impressive castle remains at Corfe. But I am here to have a look at both churches – one of which is now in private hands. Kingston is situated about two miles south of Corfe Castle and five miles west of Swanage. […]

Dorset’s Jurassic Coast – St Aldhelm’s Chapel

Dorset's Jurassic Coast - St Aldhelm's Chapel

In part three of my adventure to Dorset and the Jurassic Coast, Dave Ford and I are exploring St Aldhelm’s unusual chapel and the ancient graffiti scrawled on to its walls. We have some difficult hills to climb and valleys to cross before discovering other interesting features and monuments along the way. PLEASE SUPPORT THE […]

Dorset’s Jurassic Coast – The South West Coastal Path

Dorset's Jurassic Coast - The South West Coastal Path

This is the second of a mini-series of videos exploring Dorset’s Jurassic coastline. Following our walk from Worth Matravers to Winspit Quarry, Dave and I take a hike along the coastal path, once used by the preventative men to stop smuggling. Along the way we discovering amazing wild flowers, a monument to the WW2 radar […]

Dorset’s Jurassic Coast – From Worth Matravers to Winspit Quarry

Dorset's Jurassic Coast - From Worth Matravers to Winspit Quarry

This is a series of explorations with my friend Dave Ford who has agreed to take me around the Jurassic Coastline in the smashing country of Dorset. In our first video we set of from the tiny village of Worth Matravers down to the amazing Winspit Quarry, worked throughout history and used as a film […]

Duncton Village: Memories of the Old Church School

Duncton Village: Memories of the Old Church School

My visit to Duncton village in West Sussex continues with a look at the old schools the village had over time, starting with the very tiny building built in the Victorian era next to the now demolished St Mary’s Church. John Mayes and John Robins remember what it was like to go to slightly bigger […]