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Tuesday, 30 November 2004

One big mystery

There are places that feel extraordinary as soon as you approach them. Cloud's Hill, that was Lawrence of Arabia's home in Dorset, is one such example.

You can just sense something spiritual about them.

Now the National Trust has published a book that explores some its sites across Britain that are regarded as sacred places.

Source: Bournemouth Daily Echo Tuesday 30th Nov 2004

Friday, 12 November 2004

Shell shock at two-headed tortoise

A two-headed tortoise has come out of its shell in Dorset to find itself in the media spotlight.

The unusual case of a Mediterranean spur-thighed tortoise, born two months ago in an incubator, made the headlines in various papers on Friday.

Source: BBC News Friday, 12 November, 2004

Wednesday, 10 November 2004

Stormy weather

The words "British weather" normally conjure up images of grey skies, drizzle and watery sunshine.

But, as villagers in Corfe Castle discovered last month when a fatal tornado hit, there can be weather extremes in the UK, and they can be devastating.

Source: Bournemouth Daily Echo Wednesday 10th Nov 2004
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