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Welcome to Beaminster - A picture postcard town in the County of Dorset, in the beautiful South of England! Beaminster is a very small town, with a population of around 2800. It is home to an incredibly pretty main square, in which one can find a few highly useful shops - including a post office and a well-established Estate Agency - and some great pubs! The town sits comfortably at the head of the valley of the River Brit. Many tributaries join together at this point and the streets of Beaminster were originally constructed to follow along the lines of thse streams, some of which, in earlier times, flowed above ground. At its start, Beaminster, was a small agricultural settlement, which grew steadily to small town status by the end of medieval times. Industrialisation of the area came through the manufacture of wool cloth, and by the 17th Century a grand market house was constructed, complete with arched pillars. Other industries followed, including hemp and flax manufacture, sackcloth, rope, sailcloth, paper-making, potteries, and more.
In 1644 a fire devastated the town - started by the then occupying Royalist Army - and again in 1684 the town was fire-ravaged, this time accidental. In fact the town has a history of fire tragedies! 1781 bore witness to another fire devastation - which is the reason for the centre of the town having a largley 18th - 19th Century appearance. This does not detract from its appeal! One can still see fine specimens of 17th Century architecture on the edge of the town.
Beaminster is 15 miles from the County town of Dorchester and just a few miles outside of the market town of Bridport. Both of which are bustling productive towns with much to offer in way of shops, leisure centres, youth clubs, pubs, nighttime venues, schools, and more! It is close to the Chesil Beach - one of the three major shingle beaches in England - and, wow, it is inspirational! Dorset is famously home to the Jurassic Coast, now a World Heritage Site, which stretches for 95 miles and is a haven for hikers, historians, fossilers, archeologists, paleontologists and simple nature lovers! Thomas Hardy was born and bred in Dorset, and the essence of this stunning county is perfectly reflected in his books. Many nearby landmarks are represented in his novels.
The Beaminster Festival is held annually. It is primarily a festival of music and visual arts, and yearly it grows! A fantastic day out for all the family - and a great chance to get to know locals and neighbours - and to fully enjoy the riches of the area!
Beaminster enjoys a slower pace of life - It has a very village-y feel to it - and being surrounded by lush countryside as it is one can take the time to reflect and take long weekend walks over the hills and through the bluebell woodlands, or along the vast stretch of beaches conveniently located a mere stone's throw away. A truly wonderful, and somewhat magical, place to call home!