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The Thai Restaurant

The Thai Restaurant

The Thai Restaurant situated in Poole, a short walk from the famous Quay is a warm & inviting restaurant specialising in Thai Cuisine.

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Tower Park

Tower Park

At Tower Park, Poole, a galaxy of entertainment unfolds. With the Splashdown water park and Empire Cinema, Tenpin bowling, kids soft play, bingo and a range of restaurants, there's enough to keep you busy whatever the weather.

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Wimborne

Wimborne

With many festival making use of Wimborne Minster’s wonderful courtyards, squares and open spaces, you can combine an entertaining event with a satisfying shopping spree or a trip to one of the town’s visitor attractions.

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Ramblers

Ramblers

Whether you’re walking to improve your health or simply for the pleasure of exploring your local area on foot, their walks make enjoying the great outdoors easy.

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Purbeck Pottery

Purbeck Pottery

Purbeck Pottery started manufacturing stoneware pottery in 1966. Full of fabulous gifts, souvenirs, artwork, pottery and much more.

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Poole Sea Angling Centre

Poole Sea Angling Centre

Premises are situated behind Truly Scrumptious at the end of Poole High Street that meets with Poole Quay. You will find the shop crammed to the rafters with some superb tackle and with many years experience under our belts, we can offer a full range of good quality products, all at extremely competitive prices. Great for crabbing equipment for kids too!

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Poole Sailability

Poole Sailability

Poole Sailability welcomes anyone with impaired health or a disability to enjoy active sailing in a friendly club environment during the summer months on the beautiful waters of Poole Harbour. Previous sailing experience is not necessary. We aim to accommodate most disabilities, but you should be able to board a boat unaided, or with limited physical assistance.

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Harbour Guide

Harbour Guide

With over 100 miles of coastline, Poole is the second largest natural harbours in the world. This busy working port dates back to the 15th century when it was Dorset’s Port of the Staple and is today the county’s largest town.

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