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Cheddar Caves are a major tourist attraction for over 200 years, with plenty to do above and below ground. Outstanding Natural Beauty, where you'll find many rare species. The Cathedral-like Caves and Britain's biggest Gorge are million-year-old Ice Age river beds. Your ancestors have lived here for 40,000 years, and world-famous Cheddar Man is Britain's oldest complete skeleton.


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Tourist Information: Churches And Abbeys
Glastonbury Abbey, Somerset    
Tel: 01458 832267
www.glastonburyabbey.com
Open every day except 25th December
One of the oldest religious foundations in Britain, steeped in history and legend.

Milton Abbey, Milton Abbey School 
www.miltonabbey.org
Tel: 01258 880 215
Open all year except last Saturday in May - 10-5.30pm.
(3 miles from the A354 Puddletown to Blandford road and lies within the grounds of Milton Abbey School) Medieval Abbey situated in idyllic rural location mile from the thatched village of Milton Abbas that once surrounded the Abbey.

Sherborne Abbey
www.sherborneabbey
Suitable for Children
Tel: 01935 812452
Open daily from 8.30am and 6.00pm (summer) and 4.00pm (winter)
In the centre of Sherborne Spectacular Abbey created in AD 705 when the great Diocese of Winchester was divided in two, and Aldhelm, Abbot of Malmesbury, was appointed as the first Bishop of the West Saxons


St Nicholas' Church    

Moreton, Dorset, between Dorchester & Wareham. You will find here unique engraved windows and also the grave of Lawrence of Arabia.

Stapehill Abbey Crafts and Gardens
Suitable for Children
Tel: 01202 861686
Open from Easter until September 10am to 4pm.
On the old A31 between Wimborne and Ferndown. Set in 87 acres, Stapehill offers something for everyone, with everything but the gardens under cover. Visit the award winning gardens, working craft centre, 19th century Cistercian Abbey, farmyard, adventure playground, coffee shop, plant sales.

Wimborne Minster
www.wimborneminster.org.uk 01202 884753
Mondays to Saturdays 9.30am to 5.30am, Sundays 2.30pm to 5.30pm but access may be restricted.
5m north of Poole. Market town dominated by twin towers of imposing Minster, the church of St Cuthburga founded in AD705, including a chained library and an astronomical clock. Priests House Museum with 10 rooms of local history and Wimborne Model Town, a delightful one-tenth scale version of the town as it was in the 50's.

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