Weymouth’s Long Lost Estuary

Historically though, the Backwater was exactly that, a back water as opposed to the sea front. Weymouth, or to be more precise, what used to be Weymouth and Melcombe Regis, were two separate settlements that were divided by this estuary. (The name Weymouth: of course means mouth of the river Wey)

What More Can We Say? Thank You For ALL Your Support

It’s that time of year, Christmas done and dusted, visiting families returned from whence they came, beds stripped, washed and remade, cats enjoying last remnants of the turkey, me praying for a swift return to those lighter evenings, and our thoughts turn towards what was and what will be.

Helping Hands are Always Welcome; Asda’s Green Tokens.

We’ve just crossed another wonderful event off our list. Last Sunday’s Band in the Park was well attended, despite not only fierce competition from other large events in the area but also numerous, not to be missed, sporting finals on tv! But as ever, we can’t rest on our laurels, it’s onwards and upwards with…

Summer is Here! Keeping it Simple

Our website was created to promote, inform about events and share our love of Radipole gardens here in Weymouth. But sometimes it’s just nice to post simple photos of our stunning gardens. Weymouth parksmen busy mowing the grass in Radipole’s famous willow grove, ready for our next event. We are so lucky in that we…