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  • Bournemouth Air Festival
    s biggest best and free aviation festival The action doesn t just happen in the air there is plenty going on on the ground too with 1 5 miles of trading stalls and ground displays located between Bournemouth and Boscombe Piers and at Pier Approach Swiss Air Force have confirmed they will be participating at this year s Air Festival with the F A 18 Hornet and Super Puma Display Team Travel tips Currency The currency in the UK is sterling There is a bureau de change onboard Driving Driving is on the left hand side Parking Most parking in Poole is multi storey or surface pay and display car parks Shopping Poole s main shops are located in the Dolphin Shopping Centre and along the high street Language English is spoken by the majority of the population Climate The climate in Poole is generally mild During the summer months there are many fine and sunny days Camping Condor Ferries offer the facility of carrying accompanied caravans Caravans can be booked directly with Condor Ferries Voltage Electricity is supplied at 240 volts 50 hertz An adapter is needed if travelling from Continental Europe or further afield Insurance Travellers from the

    Original URL path: http://www.condorferries.co.uk/destinations/poole-events/bournemouth-air-festival.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • The Great Dorset Steam Fair
    the Great Dorset Steam Fair can be quite an awe inspiring and impressive site a sea of marquees and attractions You can watch steaming giants of the past being put through their paces some hauling huge loads others sawing planks or doing the farm work of long ago such as driving ploughs threshing or baling Just find the village of Tarrant Hinton on the map head in that direction and follow everyone else Travel tips Currency The currency in the UK is sterling There is a bureau de change onboard Driving Driving is on the left hand side Parking Most parking in Portsmouth is multi storey or surface pay and display car parks Shopping Shopping in Portsmouth is divided into two main areas the City Centre and Gunwarf Quays a designer outlet Language English Climate The climate in Portsmouth is generally mild During the summer months there are many fine and sunny days Camping Condor Ferries offer the facility of carrying accompanied caravans Caravans can be booked directly with Condor Ferries Voltage Electricity is supplied at 240 volts 50 hertz An adapter is needed if travelling from Continental Europe or further afield Insurance Travellers from the Channel Islands are advised

    Original URL path: http://www.condorferries.co.uk/destinations/uk-events/the-great-dorset-steam-fair.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • Bridport Hat Festival
    on the left hand side Parking Most parking in Portsmouth is multi storey or surface pay and display car parks Shopping Shopping in Portsmouth is divided into two main areas the City Centre and Gunwarf Quays a designer outlet Language English Climate The climate in Portsmouth is generally mild During the summer months there are many fine and sunny days Camping Condor Ferries offer the facility of carrying accompanied caravans

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  • Bournemouth Marathon
    best of Bournemouth and Poole is on show as the South Coast is home to an international marathon This is the perfect natural environment for running as it should be Be a part of it The Bournemouth Marathon Festival brings many distances together in one unique festival of running Travel tips Currency The currency in the UK is sterling There is a bureau de change onboard Driving Driving is on the left hand side Parking Most parking in Portsmouth is multi storey or surface pay and display car parks Shopping Shopping in Portsmouth is divided into two main areas the City Centre and Gunwarf Quays a designer outlet Language English Climate The climate in Portsmouth is generally mild During the summer months there are many fine and sunny days Camping Condor Ferries offer the facility of carrying accompanied caravans Caravans can be booked directly with Condor Ferries Voltage Electricity is supplied at 240 volts 50 hertz An adapter is needed if travelling from Continental Europe or further afield Insurance Travellers from the Channel Islands are advised to take out travel insurance when visiting the UK Contact Us Latest News FAQs Media Browser Support Sitemap Privacy Terms Jobs Destinations Offers Day

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  • Halloween Week
    surface pay and display car parks Shopping Poole s main shops are located in the Dolphin Shopping Centre and along the high street Language English is spoken by the majority of the population Climate The climate in Poole is generally mild During the summer months there are many fine and sunny days Camping Condor Ferries offer the facility of carrying accompanied caravans Caravans can be booked directly with Condor Ferries

    Original URL path: http://www.condorferries.co.uk/destinations/poole-events/halloween-week.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • Explore UKs countryside
    took to our shores and the inland return loop bares evidence of this today Dotted along the quiet picturesque lanes are some pretty Kentish villages with ancient churches and a Minster Abbey dating back to the year 670 one of Britain s oldest inhabited buildings Minnis Bay is also very popular with swimmers sailors and windsurfers with Westgate on Sea providing perfect beaches and rock pools for the little ones The Blackwater Valley Off Road Trail Cycling The Blackwater Valley Off Road Trail is a beautiful 23 mile stretch of pathway following the course of the River Blackwater from its source in Rowhill Nature Reserve to Swallowfield where it meets the River Whitewater and blends from the Broadwater into the River Loddon and beyond This hidden Hampshire gem passes through mysterious woodlands and lush meadows of the surrounding parks and nature reserves being developed by the Blackwater Valley Countryside Partnership This is a fantastic location for children to explore and there is a range of flora and fauna to view as you make your way downriver Ellisfield Off Road Trail Cycling Ellisfield Off Road Trail is a family friendly 13 mile trail The route is largely off road and uses tracks through the woodland and fields of mid Hampshire The journey begins in the car park beside the pond in Church Lane 1 mile south of Basingstoke and meanders its way through farms and villages to Norton s Wood and beyond Particular places of interest are the Moundsmere Manor house and the Fox Inn based in Ellisfield Here you can quench your thirst with a range of regional ales and relax in the outside garden The surrounding area is also home to snowdrop and blueberry woods The A272 from Uckfield to Stockbridge Driving The A272 from Uckfield to Stockbridge is

    Original URL path: http://www.condorferries.co.uk/destinations/portsmouth-features/explore-uks-countryside.aspx (2016-02-15)
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  • Take a brake
    TV and film favourites including Del Boy s Reliant Regal as featured in the BBC sitcom Only Fools and Horses Mr Bean s lime green Mini and the De Lorean in Back to the Future Also on display are Chitty ChittyBang Bang and the flying Ford Anglia from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets The motor vehicle collection in the National Motor Museum remains one of Beaulieu s most famous attractions with more than 250 on show from the earliest examples of motoring and family cars of the 30s and 40s through to classic cars of the 70s and 80s and rare motoring oddities such as the giant Outspan orange on wheels that I am sure I can remember from Battle of Flowers parades when I was young There are historic racing cars F1 and rally cars from the earliest examples of road racers to the latest F1 machines and World Land Speed Record breakers including Donald Campbell s Bluebird In the museum Jack Tucker s Garage recreates the sights sounds and smells of a typical country garage from the 1930s while Wheels is a pod ride that takes you on a fascinating voyage through 100 years of motoring Budding drivers can get in the driving seat on Dipstick s Driving Circuit in fun motorised mini vehicles Younger visitors can get physical on the Mini Motor Play Trail with its Veteran Bus climbing frame swings and Little Tykes rideon cars Away from the cars as well as the magnicent gardens and 13th century Beaulieu Abbey film presentation and exhibition of the daily life of its Cistercian Monk founders visitors can see the magnificent rooms and treasures of Palace House Lord Montagu s family home since 1538 Characters such as the Butler Cook and Housemaids tell tales that give a fascinating insight into the workings of a Victorian household showing their life Upstairs and Downstairs A new exhibition opened after we visited marks the 60th anniversary of the Queen s coronation Royal Pageant explores the links between Beaulieu its owners and royalty going right back in time to before the foundation of Beaulieu Abbey in 1204 The Secret Army exhibition tells the story of the Special Operations Executive SOE which trained secret agents at the Beaulieu Finishing School during World War II The agents were trained at a number of large country houses scattered across the Beaulieu Estate before returning to occupied Europe to work with Resistance groups Many paid the ultimate sacrifice and did not return Secret The exhibition introduces visitors to the training schools instructors secret agents and unsung heroes of the SOE their training and secret missions It is interesting to see two names with strong Jersey connections on the information boards Violette Szabo whose daughter Tania lives in the Island was an SOE executive who won a posthumous George Cross Her exploits were dramatised in the film Carve Her Name with Pride starring Virginia McKenna Captain Ralph Vibert who moved to England from Jersey in 1939

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  • The great waterfront city
    170 metres above Portsmouth Harbour and the Solent the Spinnaker Tower is taller than the London Eye Blackpool Tower and Big Ben Visit Gunwharf Quays and shop at over 90 designer outlets eat at one of 30 cosmopolitan bars restaurants and coffee shops all on the water s edge A walk along Portsmouth s impressive waterfront is a real journey into the city s past follow the Millennium Promenade from Gunwharf Quays through Old Portsmouth taking in the Camber Dock Round Tower and Square Tower Continue along the seafront to find miles of beaches green spaces impressive gardens and a range of activities Attractions include the D Day Museum the only museum in the UK dedicated solely to covering all aspects of the D Day landings in Normandy France and home to the impressive Overlord Embroidery Other attractions along the seafront include Southsea Castle built by Henry VIII Blue Reef Aquarium and the Royal Marines Museum Sir Arthur Conan Doyle created his famous character Sherlock Holmes whilst residing in Portsmouth and the city is now home to a large collection of Conan Doyle memorabilia Portsmouth has miles of sea views and centuries of history Located on the South Coast of England Portsmouth is an island city totally surrounded by water A selection of this is on display as A Study in Sherlock exhibition at the Portsmouth Museum where you will also find a temporary exhibition this winter Secret Egypt unravelling truth from myth Portsmouth has a lively and diverse cultural scene All year round there are city wide events and live entertainment find live music theatre and comedy in Portsmouth Guildhall Kings Theatre and New Theatre Royal along with smaller independent venues like the Cellars at Eastney and the Wedgewood Rooms A wide range of independent eateries such as Pie

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