Club Events in Dorset

Details of club events in Dorset, UK can be found in this section of the Visit Dorset website.



    24 Jun

    Wimborne Road, Lytchett Matravers, Poole BH16 6HQ

    24/06/2017 To 24/06/2017

    10:00 am To 6:00 pm

    10am registration.
    Classes run from 11am – 2:45pm
    Most handsome dog
    Prettiest Bitch
    Best Rescue
    Best Puppy (under 18 months)
    Best Child Handler
    Dog most like its owner
    Best working dog
    Dog with the waggiest tail
    Dog the judge would most like to take home.
    Best In Show
    Prizes for 1st 2nd 3rd place
    Classes are £1 to enter raising money for Dorset DAWG

    24 Jun

    Wimborne Road, Lytchett Matravers, Poole BH16 6HQ

    24/06/2017 To 24/06/2017

    10:00 am To 6:00 pm

    The Dorset Polo Festival is on Saturday 24th June. Dorset Polo Club in Lytchett Matravers present a fun family day out from 10am – 6pm. There will be plenty of polo, a brilliant fun dog show, trade stands, bar, food tent, music & more. Tickets are £10 per person and under 14’s are free.

    For more information please visit their facebook page via

    dorsetpolofestival.co.uk or dorsetpolo.co.uk

    or contact emma@followthepack.co.uk

    27 May

    Queen Elizabeth\'s School, Blandford Road, Wimborne Minster, Dorset, BH21 4DT

    27/05/2017 To 27/05/2017

    9:00 am To 3:30 pm

    A must-see event for anybody interested in the diversity of small plants, this competitive show is full of surprises. It is run by the Alpine Garden Society, show-casing mountain plants, small herbaceous plants, dwarf shrubs and bulbs. The plant fair will be attended by specialist alpine and non-alpine nurseries bringing plants suitable for most sites: Aberconwy Nursery (Colwyn Bay, Clwyd), Brighton Plants (Sussex), Copton Ash (Faversham, Kent), Edulis Nursery (Pangbourne, Berkshire), Kevin Hughes Plants (Middle Woodford, Wilts), Leesa’s Alpines (Birdham, Chichester), Marina Plants (Lymington, Hants), Parham Bungalow Plants (Market Lavington, Devizes), Special Plants (Chippenham, Wilts), Thuya Alpine Nursery (Hartpury, Glos). They will be happy to take orders in advance and bring plants for you as well as giving cultivation advice. There is a Plant Forum to give you ideas, photographic display and opportunity for plant photography. Come early for the plant sales and enjoy our home-baked cakes, hot and cold drinks and light lunches.
    Admission £3.00 , AGS members and children free

    07 Mar

    Exeter Road, BH2 5AG

    07/03/2017 To 07/03/2017

    7:15 pm To 9:45 pm

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    How speed dating in Bournemouth works

    When you arrive at the Speed Dating venue in Bournemouth you will be greeted by our friendly professional hosts. They will settle you in by briefly explaining the format of the evening and confirm how many people you will be dating.

     

    Speed dating in Bournemouth

    You will have four minutes to chat to each date, Four minutes is long enough to see if you click with the person you are talking to and whether you would like to see them again and also short enough if you don’t.

    At the end of each date you have a brief few moments to make some notes on the person you have just dated. This is something to help jog your memory for the post event matching process the next day.

     

    Speed dating guarantee

    You can tick as many as you like. Remember if you don’t find anyone suitable and tick them all as a No, we will offer you a free event as part of our guarantee.

    19 May

    Marine Theatre, Church Street, Lyme Regis

    19/05/2017 To 19/05/2017

    7:00 pm To 11:00 pm

    : For tickets visit http://www.marinetheatre.com/the-zoots-sounds-of-the-60s-friday-19th-may/   or call 01297 442 138

    THE ZOOTS are Coming!

    And Theyre Bringing the Sounds of the Sixties!

    The ZOOTS are impossible not to like” – The Stage

    Experience THE Sixties show that’s wowing audiences around the world, selling out and headlining venues from the Palladium to Old Trafford – with the spectacular sounds of THE ZOOTS!

    THE ZOOTS are here to make your whole family bop to the ’60s beats that everybody loves – with legendary numbers by The Beatles, The Stones, The Monkees, The Beach Boys, The Kinks, Elvis and dozens more of your favourite artists. Feel the groove that’s thrilling audiences of stage and screen, in more than 30 countries! Discover why national critics call THE ZOOTS “impressive”, “authentic”, and “impossible not to like”!

    It’s more than a performance – it’s totally ZOOTtastic!

    Meet THE ZOOTS!

    Jamie is the dishy lead singer – but don’t be fooled by his dreamy looks! Jamie has performed on the same bill as Gerry and the Pacemakers and The Searchers, making him the real deal.

    Harriet’s a real cool chick with red hot hair – and energy to match! She taps out neat percussive beats, and sings sweet backing vocals.

    Ben doesn’t play guitar – he makes it sing, daddy-o! Ben’s playing is so hip, even your gran will want to Twist and Shout!

    Tommy is a maestro with the bassline. He pops, picks and plucks the rhythm that keeps THE ZOOTS so tight and sharp!

    Simon plays the drums, and lays the beat behind the hits! Simon makes that drum kit shake, rattle and roll – and how!

     

    Critics Dig THE ZOOTS!

    The ZOOTS are impossible not to like” The Stage

    “What an amazing night!” Stamford Corn Exchange

    The ZOOTS are fantastic” The Beacon Theatre

    “ The type of band we have always been looking for “ – Eastbourne Bandstand

     

    25 Feb

    Maiden Newton Village Hall, Station Road, DT2 0AE

    25/02/2017 To 25/02/2017

    10:30 am To 2:00 pm

    Maiden Newton Potato Day – pop up gardener’s market and seed fair

    Saturday 25th February 2017

    10:30am – 2:00pm

    Maiden Newton Village Hall, Station Road, DT2 0AE

    FREE ADMISSION

    4th annual pop up gardener’s market and seed fair with Local arts and craft stalls!

    75 varieties of seed potatoes, 600 varieties of heritage

    and heirloom vegetable seeds, 7 varieties of onion sets,

    6 varieties of shallots, 3 varieties of rhubarb, unusual tubers including

    Oca, Yacon, Mashua, Chinese Artichokes, 2 varieties of Jerusalem

    Artichoke, Asparagus Crowns, lots of soft fruit bushes including

    5 varieties of Raspberry Canes plus the new dwarf Raspberry ‘Ruby

    Beauty’. Top Fruit trees including Peaches, Nectarines and Quinces.

     

    Grafted Mulberries now available for the first time. Grafted trees will fruit within 2 years unlike seed raised trees when you can wait 10 years.

    All welcome, experienced gardeners, allotment veterans, newbies, come and talk to the experts, plenty of advice available. Share tips and talk all things gardening.

    Organised by Maiden Newton Allotment Association (MNAA) & Pennard Plants.

    For more info ring Charles Le Vay, Chairman MNAA on 01300 320974 or Karen on 07968 199303.

     

    25 Mar

    The Allendale Community Centre, Hanham Road, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 1AS

    25/03/2017 To 25/03/2017

    11:00 am To 3:00 pm

    The flower show and plant fair are run by the Dorset local group of the Alpine Garden Society showcasing the plant-growing talents of the members, who will be pleased to talk with you about their hobby.  Plants of all kinds, not just alpines, will be for sale, produced by group members and by two nurseries: Parham Bungalow Plants from Devizes and Tale Valley Nursery from Collompton.  There will also be a photographic display showing plants in their natural surroundings and a demonstration of making and planting up a hyper-tufa trough.  There will be a tombola, and refreshments will be available at the Allendale Centre.

    Admission £1.00, children and AGS members free

    01 Jul

    The Tank Museum, Bovington, Dorset BH20 6JG

    01/07/2017 To 02/07/2017

    10:00 am To 5:00 pm

    The annual War Gamers event returns to The Tank Museum, as hobbyists take over the Museum for the weekend.

    War gaming clubs from across the country will be exhibiting different strategy games for visitors to view and join in. Specialist traders will also be dispersed around the Museum allowing gamers to add to their collections… and for novices to start their own!

    This is a must see event for anyone; especially those with an interest in war gaming and the associated hobbies of diorama building, modelling and play table making.

    Call 01929 462359 for more information.

    Please note: Access to some exhibits may be obstructed during the course of this weekend event.

    Annual Passes ARE valid for this event.