The Walks of Wareham in Dorset

The Walks of Wareham in Dorset
Situated between the Rivers Frome and Piddle in idyllic Dorset countryside Wareham is well-placed for walks to suit all ages and standards. The Two Rivers Walks are short, circular trails following footpaths and quiet roads alongside the rivers Frome and Piddle that flow through the town. The Walls Walk and the Town Walk are around the town. Maps of these walks are available in the Tourist Information Office which is inside the library. That was the first place I visited. The library is close to the Quay on the River Frome and i strolled down to the waterfront before going for a walk.

The quay is a popular meeting place and patrons of the Old Granary Restaurant were overflowing onto the bank of the river. As the name suggests this restaurant occupies a building that was originally a grain store. At one time Wareham was a more important port than Poole as boats would come through Poole harbour on their way to Wareham. Grain was one of several items imported through ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: The Walks of Wareham in Dorset
Guide Location: England » Wareham
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Old Granary Restaurant   Church of Saint Martin on the Walls   Duke of Wellington pub   Wareham Town Museum   Clouds Hill   Rex Cinema   Church of Saint Mary  
Author: Valery Collins
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