Dorset is a county of England in the United Kingdom. It is located on the south coast.

Most websites are listed in their localities. To be listed here, an organisation must have premises in several Dorset localities and none elsewhere.

This category lists websites relating to the village and parish located above West Fleet behind Chisel Bay.
Besides Abbotsbury this category includes websites for the village of Portsham to the east on the B3157,
and the parish of Langton Herring west of  Chickerell.
The next parish west along the coast is Puncknowle which includes West Bexington,
before  Burton Bradstock further west.

Please suggest websites only from or about the Abbotsbury area on the south coast of Dorset between  Burton Bradstock and  Chickerell.

This topic leads to websites about local artistic, cultural and entertainment activities, events, institutions,
businesses and organisations dedicated to the arts that are based within Dorset.

Please suggest websites here only of they span more than one locality in Dorset.   
where they can be added to the  Regional Tree View [ symbol ].

Ashmore is village around 220 metres above sea level in North Dorset, on the boundary with the
Wiltshire parish of  Tollard Royal on Cambourne Chase.
Melbury Abbas is immediately north, Compton Abbas north west, Fontmell Magna west Sutton Waldron, Tarrant Gunville south. and Farnham south east.
Until there are separate categories, websites for these North Dorset parishes may be listed here.
Websites for further south east are included in the  Sixpenny Handley category, whereas
those further south west are included in the  Iwerne Minster category.

Please suggest websites only from or about the Ashmore area of North Dorset.    Business websites should be suggested to the  Business and Economy subcategory,
where they can be added to the  Regional Tree View [ symbol ].

This category leads to websites for the unitary authority estabished in April 2019 from three former areas*
responsible for local services, including planning, housing, waste collection, environmental health and leisure services.
*    see  Government

Please suggest websites here only if there is no appropriate locality category in Dorset.

Beaminster, is a small town, and parish, north of  Bridport in the A3066, separated by the parish
of  Netherby, located in  West Dorset.
The parish of  Mosterton is north along the A3066,
with  Broadwindsor to the west on the B3163.

Please suggest websites only from or about the Beaminster area of West Dorset.   
Business websites should be suggested to the  Business and Economy subcategory,
where they can be added to the  Regional Tree View [ symbol ].

Please only submit sites here connected to the village of Bere Regis.
Dorset is a county of England in the United Kingdom. It is located on the south coast. Blandford is a large town located to the east of the county.
Please only submit sites for organisations that are physically located in Blandford or surrounding villages. Please submit your site to the most appropriate subcategory; this will ensure faster processing of your submission.
This category includes sites about local musicians, and music schools, tuition, groups and events.
Bridport, an Anglo-Saxon town made famous by its rope making, is the largest town in  West Dorset.
This category leads to websites about the surrounding parish, through which flows the River Brit
from  Beaminster via Netherbury to the north.
The mouth of the Brit is represented by the  West Bay category.
Bridport is served by the A35 from  Chideock to the west, towards  Dorchester in the east.

Please suggest websites only from or about the Bridport area of West Dorset.   
Business websites should be suggested to the  Business and Economy subcategory,
where they can be added to the  Regional Tree View [ symbol ].

Village in Dorset, to the South East of Dorchester.
Please only submit sites relating to the village of Broadmayne in Dorset to this category.
Please only include sites related to the Village of Broadwindsor near Beaminster, Dorset.
This category is for sites of business, community groups and individuals in Buckland Newton
Please check that the site you are submitting are in Buckland Newton
This category lists websites relating to the village and parish of Burton Bradstock,
located at the western tip of Chisel Beach, on the B3157, east of  Bridport.
Besides Burton Bradstock this category includes websites for the parish of Shipton Gorge inland to the north,
Swyre to the east on the B3157, before Puncknowle, where websites are included in the  Abbotsbury category.

Please suggest websites only from or about the Burton Bradstock area on the south coast of Dorset between  Bridport and  Abbotsbury.

Most websites are listed in their localities. To be listed here, an organisation must have premises in several Dorset localities and none elsewhere.

A village and parish located approximately 1.5 miles south-east of Wimborne, on the border between Dorset and the Borough of Poole.
Please only submit sites about Canford Magna to this category.
Village in Dorset between Dorchester and Yeovil.
Please only submit sites about Cattistock to this category.
Please only submit webs sites here related to Cerne Abbas.
This category leads to website about the parish of Charmouth east of  Lyme Regis along the  Jurassic Coast of  West Dorset.
The River Char enters the  English Channel from north east of the village in the parish of Catherston Lewston which rises
to 100 metres from the west bank of the Char.
Websites for Catherston Lewston may be listed here, but those for the parish further north, Whitchurch Canonicorum,
should be listed with  Morcombelake which is reached along the A35 to the north east.

Please suggest websites only from or about the Charmouth area of West Dorset.   
Business websites should be suggested to the  Business and Economy subcategory,
where they can be added to the  Regional Tree View [ symbol ].

Please only post sites connected with the village of Chickerell.
This category leads to websites about the parish of Chideock in  West Dorset.
This includes Seatown on the  Jurassic Coast, west of Golden Cap in the parish of  Stanton St Gabriel.
The village of Chideock is served by the A35 from  Morcombelake in the west to  Bridport
via  Symondsbury to the east.

Please suggest websites only from or about the Chideock area of West Dorset.   

Village in North Dorset.
Please only submit sites about Child Okeford to this category.
Please only include web sites here connected with Compton Abbas.
Please only submit sites related to Corfe Castle (this means the village of that name) here.
Please add sites related to the village of Corfe Mullen here only.
This category is for information related to the village of Corscombe.
Please only add sites here that are connected with Cranborne.
Please only list sites in this category that are based in the village.
Dorset is a county of England in the United Kingdom. It is located on the south coast. Dorchester is the county town of Dorset and the seat of local government. It was founded by the Romans.
Please only submit sites for organisations that are physically located in Dorchester or surrounding villages. Please submit your site to the most appropriate subcategory; this will ensure faster processing of your submission.
Please only submit webs sites here related to Cerne Abbas.
East Dorset was the local government district, between 1973 and 2019, with its council based in Wimborne Minster, before Dorset became a unitary authority.
Please only suggest websites here if there is no suitable locality category, and if they include an address in the old East Dorset District, or the current electoral Parliamentary constituency of East Dorset.
Village on the A352 about 3 miles north of Lulworth Cove.
Please only submit sites about East Knighton to this category.
Village situated west of Shaftesbury on the A30.
Please only submit sites about East Stour to this category.
Includes local educational institutions, programmes and opportunities; as well as other location specific educational resources.
Please submit sites to their correct locality. Only submit here if your locality does not yet have its own subcategory.
Please only submit sites related to Ferndown here please.
Please only submit sites for organisations that are physically located in Frampton or surrounding villages. Please submit your site to the most appropriate subcategory; this will ensure faster processing of your submission.
Dorset is a county of England in the United Kingdom. It is located on the south coast. Gillingham is a small town located in the north of the county.
Please only submit sites for organisations that are physically located in Gillingham or surrounding villages. Please submit your site to the most appropriate subcategory; this will ensure faster processing of your submission.
This category includes sites about Dorset's local government, policing, judicial system, taxation and the military.
Local government reorganisation in the ceremonial county were planned in May 2018, when existing councils would be replaced by two new unitary authorities.
  • One was formed from the existing unitary authorities of Bournemouth and Poole which will merge with the non-metropolitan district of Christchurch to create a unitary authority to be known as Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council.
  • The merger of the existing non-metropolitan districts of Weymouth and Portland, West Dorset, North Dorset, Purbeck and East Dorset, to be known as Dorset Council.
This took effect on 1 April 2019
Since categories for the old districts were in place to link to their localities, these have been retained,
and should be maintained to represent electoral constituencies.
This category includes general interest online guides and online directories specific to the county. Sites that are specific to a particular topic are listed within the appropriate topic subcategory.
Hamworthy is a parish and suburb of  Poole, forming a peninsula into Holes Bay of Poole Harbour,
with the port and ferry passenger terminal for Cherbourg and the Channel Islands.
This category lists websites for the conurbation on the north shore or Poole Harbour from
Rockley Sands, Ham Hill, to Lower Hamworthy, south east of  Upton.
The Old Town of Poole is connected to Lower Hamworthy by bridges (A350) across the Back Water Channel in Holes Bay.

Please suggest websites only from or about the Hamworthy penisula south of the A35 in west Poole.   
Business websites should be suggested to the  Business and Economy subcategory,
where they can be added to the  Regional Tree View [ symbol ].

Includes health and medical resources specific to the county.
Please only add sites here related to the town of Highcliffe.
This category lists websites in the Dorset parish of Hilton, north of  Melcombe Bingham
in the parish of Melcombe Horsey.
Besides the village of Hilton, the parish includes Ansty, including Little, Lower and Higher Anstys,
to the west, the Wessex Ridgway, to the boundary with Stoke Wake and Woolland to the north,
Wineterbourne Houghton the the east, Milton Abbas to the south east,
and Cheslebourne to the soth west.
Village between Sherborne and Sturminster Newton in West Dorset.
Please only submit sites about Holwell to this category.
Village in Dorset to the North-West of Christchurch.
Please only submit sites about Hurn to this category.
Village in Dorset situated near Sturminster Newton and Blandford Forum, in the Blackmore Vale area.
Please only suggest Websites about Ibberton to this category.
This category leads to websites for localites on the penisula in the former Purbeck District, which"since April 2019
has been part of the unitary authority of  Dorset Council.
The Isle of Purbeck is a peninsula south of Poole Harbour.
The major holiday resort is  Swanage at the south east tip, with Peveril Point and Durlston Head projecting eastwards
in to the  English Channel, and on a clear day the  Isle or Wight can be seen 20 miles directly east.
Along the south coast, the next parish is  Worth Matravers which has the most southern point at St Aldhem's Head.
The next village to the west is Kingston which is in the parish of  Corfe Castle.
The village of Corfe Castle is on the A351 road, connecting Swanage with Dorset to the east.
The parish of Corfe Castle stretches to tidal creeks into the south shore of Poole Harbour.
Here the parish to the east is  Studland, which includes the Studland and Godlingston Heath National Nature Reserve, as well as
"Little Sea" and marshy Studland Heath that has its own penisula projecting north east, where South Haven Point makes
a narrow entrance for boats into Poole Harbour.  (In season a ferry connects with Sandbanks, a tied island from Poole.)
The parish of Arne is north west of Corfe Castle, and is at the mouth of the River Frome which flows south of  Wareham from the west.
Within the parish of Arne, Siborough and Stoborough Green are south of Wareham.
South of Stoborough Green, the next parish, Church Knowles, is land locked.
Kemmeridge separates Church Knowles from south coast, west of Kingston.
North of Kemmeridge, the Purbeck Hills rise to almost 200 metres, on a steep-sided ridge, from the castle remains
at Corfe Castle village westwards through Steeple with Tyneham parish, ending abruptly in a 180 metre cliff
at Worbarrow Bay west of the hamlet of Tyneham.
The ridge continues westwards from East Ludworth to West Ludworth with another steep cliff above Mupe Bay,
exposing fossils in the cliff face to the elements of the sea.
This part of the coastline is represented by the  Ludworth Cove category.
The B3071 serves Ludworth Cove, from the north, where at  Wool the A352 from  East Knighton directly west,
leads to Warehem, where the A352 joins the A351 from  Sanford, and  Lytchett Minster west of Poole.

Please suggest websites here only if there is no appropriate locality category in Dorset.

Large village on the A350 between Shaftesbury and Blandford Forum.
Please only submit sites about Iwerne Minster to this category.
Coastal village located between Abbotsbury and Weymouth.
Please only submit sites about Langton Herring to this category.
Village situated to the North-East of Bridport in West Dorset.
Please only submit sites about Loders to this category.
Please only add websites that are in the village of Long Bredy.
Please post only sites connected with the village of Lulworth Cove here.
Please post only sites connected with the village of Lulworth Cove here.
This category leads to websites about Lyme Regis, the most western town in  West Dorset
on the  Jurassic Coast of the  English Channel.
To the west are the Ware cliffs in the East Devon parish of  Uplyme whose main
conurbation is north west of the town in the Lim Valley.
The River Lim flows through the town to the east of the beach and harbour where
The Cob offers some protection for the harbour from the south west.
The A3052 bridges the mouth of the Lim, then before Church Cliffs to the east,
heads north to meet the A35 between  Axminster from the west and
to the east bypassing  Charmouth.

Please suggest websites only from or about the Lyme Regis area of West Dorset.   
Business websites should be suggested to the  Business and Economy subcategory,
where they can be added to the  Regional Tree View [ symbol ].

This category represents the Dorset parish of Lytchett Matravers, north west of  Lytchett Minster.

Please suggest websites only from or about the Lytchett Matravers area west of Poole.   

This category represents the Dorset combined parish of Lytchett Minster and Upton.
Although Lytchett Minster is the original conurabation, this has remained a small village to the west of Upton.
Upton as become a town directly west of the boundary with the  Poole, which is now the boundary between
the unitary authorites of  Dorset Council and  BCP Council.
Technically the parish is not part of the Isle of Purbeck, but its south boundary is the tidal mouth of
the Rock Lea River, into Lytchett Bay, which to the south meets Wareham Channel on the
eastern parish boundary of Wareham St Martin represented by the  Sanford category.

Please suggest websites only from or about the Lytchett Minster and Upton area west of Poole.   
Business websites should be suggested to the  Business and Economy subcategory,
where they can be added to the  Regional Tree View [ symbol ].

Village in West Dorset.
Please only submit sites relating to the village of Maiden Newton in Dorset to this category.
This category includes sites offering online maps, photographs, web cam views, satellite images or any type of visual representation of the county.
This category is for actual maps and views, not for businesses publishing or selling them, who should submit to the Business and Economy subcategory.
Please only list sites here connected with Marnhull.
This category represents the Marshwood Vale in West Dorset, north east of  Wootton Fitzpaine, to the border with East Devon at  Hawkchurch, with  Thorncombe to the north.This includes the parishes of Marshwood and Bettiscombe
Melcombe Bingham is the postal town for the rural parish of Melcombe Horsey, in the north west of  West Dorset south of  Hilton.
CheselBourne, Dewlish, Puddletown and Stinford, separate Melcombe
from  Dorchester to the south west.

Please suggest websites only with a postal address using Melcombe Bingham, or from or about the Melcombe Horsey area of West Dorset.   
Business websites should be suggested to the  Business and Economy subcategory,
where they can be added to the  Regional Tree View [ symbol ].

Village in Dorset, to the North East of Dorchester.
Please only submit sites relating to the village of Milborne St Andrew in Dorset to this category.
Village located south-west of Blandford Forum.
Please only submit sites about Milton Abbas to this category.
This category leads to websites about the village of Morcombelake in the land-locked parish of Whitchurch Canonicorum
on the A35 between  Charmouth and  Bridport to the east via the parishes of  Chideock and  Symondsbury.
Whitchurch Canonicorum includes the upper reaches of the River Chard to the west of Morcombelake
with the parish of Marshwood to the north.
Whitchurch Canonicorum is separated from the Jurassic Coast by the parish of Stanton St Gabriel which
includes the Golden Cap, rising to 161 metres above the natural Cann Harbour.
Websites for this area are included with Morcombelake, but those for Seatown further east
should be included with  Chideock.

Please suggest websites only from or about the Morcombelake area of West Dorset.   
Business websites should be suggested to the  Business and Economy subcategory,
where they can be added to the  Regional Tree View [ symbol ].

Village in Dorset, two miles north of Shaftesbury.
Please only submit sites about Motcombe to this category.
This category includes sites about local magazines, radio and television stations, newspapers and similar media.
Please only post here websites related to the north of Doreset, before April 2019 part of the County council district, but stil relevant for the electoral constitunecy.
Dorset is a county of England in the United Kingdom. It is located on the south coast. Owermoigne is a village in Dorset on the south coast of England in the United Kingdom.
Please only submit sites for organisations that are physically located in Owermoigne . Please submit your site to the most appropriate subcategory; this will ensure faster processing of your submission.
Pentridge is a village, with its name derived from the Celtic for 'hill of the wild boar' on the edge of Cranborne Chase in north East Dorset.
The former civil parish, is now administered as a combined parish with  Sixpenny Handley to the west.
The east parish boundary with Hampshire at Martin largely coincides with Bokerley Ditch, a defensive dyke
from the 1st century, where at Bockerley Junction, it is crossed by the Roman road between
Old Sarum and Badbury Rings.  The settlement of Woodyates survives off the A354.
Camborne is doirectly south, and the north limits of  Wimborne St Giles include the Roman road along Ackling Dyke as it heads south south west,
separating Pentridge and  Sixpenny Handley.
The northern boundary is with the Wiltshire parish of Bower Chalke, represented by the  Broad Chalke category.
This category leads to websites for the former borough of Poole now within the unitary authority of  BCP Council.
Parts of the old borough on the north shore of Poole Harbour west of the Old Town of Poole, from Rockley Sands,
Ham Hill to Lower Hamworthy, south east of  Upton are included in the  Hamworthy category.
The Old Town of Poole is connected to Lower Hamworthy by bridges acorss the Back Water Channel in Holes Bay.
East of the Old Town is Parkstone, with Lilliput on the east shore of Poole Harbour.
From Canford Cliffs a penisula protrudes to the south west at Sandbanks where a ferry across the entrance
of Poole Harbour serves the Isle of Purbeck at  Studland.
West of Canford Cliffs, Branksome Chine forms the boundary with the old borough of  Bournemouth.
Until there are sufficient websites, those for Parkstone and Branksome are included here.
Talbot Campus of Bournemouth University is within the north east boundary of Poole, but further north is in Bournemouth,
until Bearwood further north west, where the River Stour forms the boundary between Poole and  Wimbourne Minster at Merley.
West of Broadstone, websites are included in the  Corfe Mullen category.

Please suggest websites only from or about the Poole area of Dorset.   
Business websites should be suggested to the  Business and Economy subcategory,
where they can be added to the  Regional Tree View [ symbol ].

Please only submit sites here connected with Portesham.
Dorset is a county of England in the United Kingdom. It is located on the south coast. The Isle of Portland is not really an island, however it is only joined to the mainland by a narrow strip of land and Chesil Beach.
Please only submit sites for organisations that are physically located in Portland. Please submit your site to the most appropriate subcategory; this will ensure faster processing of your submission.
Please only list sites in this category that are based in the village.
This category includes sites about hobbies, sports and participatory recreational activities specific to the county; including local recreation organisations, services, facilities and events. Businesses selling sporting or recreational goods are listed within Business_and_Economy/Shopping.
The title should be the company or organisation name. Do not type in all caps. Do not include a list of keywords. Do not include your products. Do not write a sales pitch. The description should be a brief summary of the organisation''s purpose, products or services. The description should be in English and in coherent sentence form. Do not include superlatives or a sales pitch. Do not submit your company history. Do not submit a list of keywords. Do not use unnecessary capitalisation, or include HTML tags.
Small village on the heritage coast about 7 miles from Weymouth and Dorchester.
Please only submit sites about Ringstead to this category.
This category represents the Dorset parish of Wareham St Martin, whose main conurbation is Sandford.
The parish is directly south of  Lytchett Minster where the River Serford makes up most of the northern boundary to the east at Lytchett Bay.
The railway spans the Rockley Viaduct over the unitary authority boundary with Hamsworthy from Poole, with Holton Heath Station
named after the local nature reserve, though now separated by a trading estate.
South of the railway to  Wareham station the parish has its boundary with Wareham Town Council,
a conurabation occupying the north and south banks af the River Piddle, forming the gateway to the Isle of Purbeck.

Please suggest websites only from or about the Wareham St Martin and Sandford area west of Poole Harbour.   
Business websites should be suggested to the  Business and Economy subcategory,
where they can be added to the  Regional Tree View [ symbol ].

This category includes sites about the local area's geography, natural environment and wildlife, especially the Jurassic Coastline and World Heritage Site. It also contains sites about local activities, events, institutions and organisations related to science and the environment.
Small village on the River Axe close to Beaminster and the Somerset border.
Please only submit sites about Seaborough to this category.
Shaftesbury is a hill top town in North Dorset, with its east boundary with the county/AU of Wiltshire in  Camborne Chase AONB.
The A350 serves the town from  Warminster from the north, to  Blandford Forum in the south.
The A30 crosses the town from  Salisbury from the east, to  East Stour in the west.
Motcombe is the North Dorset parish immediately north and west, whereas besides Shaftesbur­y,
this category includes websites for the parish of immediately south.
North Dorset parishes of Compton Abbas, Fontmell Magna and Melbury Abbas are represented by
the  Ashmore category.

Please suggest websites only from or about the Shaftesbury and Cann area of North Dorset.   
Business websites should be suggested to the  Business and Economy subcategory,
where they can be added to the  Regional Tree View [ symbol ].

Sherborne is a small town located in the north of the county of Dorset. It is famous for its 15th Century Abbey.
Please only submit sites for organisations that are physically located in Sherborne or surrounding villages. Please submit your site to the most appropriate subcategory; this will ensure faster processing of your submission.
A small rural village three miles east of Bridport, fourteen miles west of Dorchester and two miles from the Jurassic coast at Burton Bradstock.
Please only submit sites about Shipton Gorge to this category.
Sixpenny_Handley is a village, and former hundred and civil parish, now administered as a combined parish with  Pentridge to the east
south east of Cranborne Chase, on the north boundary of East Dorset.
  Wimborne St Giles is the south east,  Gussage St Michael to the south west
over the original district boundary with  North Dorset, with Farnham directly west.
Sixpenny_Handley shares Chase Wood on its northern boundary with the Wiltshire parish of  Berwick St John.
This category covers a very wide range of activities, beliefs, personal attributes and social phenomena. Including Children, Disabled, Sexuality, People, Activism, Ethnicity, Genealogy, History, Issues, Language, Military, Monarchy, Organisations, Paranormal, Personal Home Pages, Politics, Relationships, Religion, Support Groups, Volunteering, Animal Welfare, Humanitarian, Unions, Vegetarianism, Youth, Charities.
Please only submit sites that are located in Dorset, England.
This category leads to websites for localites as far south as the penisula of  Portland, which since April 2019 has been part of the unitary authority of  Dorset Council.
Previously Portland had shared a Borough, a local government district, with  Weymouth.
Before April 2019, Purbeck District was also a local government district representing the area east and south of Poole.
There is no parish of Purbeck so websites for these localities remain grouped together in the  Isle of Purbeck category.
Both these boroughs are in the UK Parliament constituency of South Dorset.
Much of the East, North and West Districts of Dorset coincided with electoral constituencies.
One exception is the Mid Dorset and North Poole, and localities not included in charters elsewhere for that constituency may be listed in this category.

Please suggest websites here only if there is no appropriate locality category in Dorset.

Village on the border with Somerset, located between Crewkerne and Beaminster.
Please only submit sites about South Perrott to this category.
Please only submit sites connected with the village of Stalbridge to this category.
Village in the northern part of the Blackmore Vale in Dorset, a few miles south of Gillingham.
Please only submit sites about Stour Provost to this category.
This category lists websites for the parish of Studland in the north east of the  Isle of Purbeck.
The north east tip of the parish at South Haven Point, is the mouth of Poole Harbour, where
a ferry connects with Sandbanks, projecting from  Poole.
Brownsea Island, the largest island in Poole Harbour is included in this parish.
Studland village overlooks Studland Bay and the parish includes the chalk headland, Handfast Point stretching east,
with Ballard Point to the south, and Ballard Down forms the parish boundary with  Swanage further south.
The next parish west is  Corfe Castle.

Please suggest websites only from or about the Studland area of Purbeck.   
Business websites should be suggested to the  Business and Economy subcategory,
where they can be added to the  Regional Tree View [ symbol ].

Please only include sites connected with Sturminster Newton here.
Swanage is a town on the south coast of Dorset and is a tourist resort The villages of Langton Matravers and Studland are included in this category as they are villages associated with Swanage.
Please only submit sites that provide information about the town of Swanage and its associated villages

Sites submitted should be as complete as possible with no under construction signs hanging on pages. Ongoing development of sites is accepted.

Sites of a personal nature, unless containing a major amount of information about Swanage, will not normally be listed in this category.

This category leads to websites about the parish of Symondsbury in  West Dorset.
The parish stretches through the hills north of  Chideock to include Filford south of the boundary at South Bowood
in the parish of Netherbury, where the River Simene forms the parish boundary as it flows south, east of the village
of Symondsbury before flowing into  Bridport to the east, and south to the English Channel.
Here the boundary encompasses West Bay in the parish of Bridport, but Eype Mouth, Lower and Higher Eype are encompassed in Symondsbury parish.

Please suggest websites only from or about the Symondsbury area of West Dorset. 

This category represents the area south of the River Axe boundary with Somerset, south of Tatworth in  South Somerset and north of  Hawkchurch, East Devon.
The nearest town within West Dorset is  Broadwindsor directly east.
  Marshwood separates the parishes of Thorncombe and Wooton Fitzpaine to the south.
Please only submit sites here which are connected with Three Legged Cross.
This category includes sites providing area transport resources for those travelling to and from, and within the county.

Most websites are listed in their localities. To be listed here, an organisation must have premises in several Dorset localities and none elsewhere.

This category includes sites for area attractions and resources covering the county as a whole or more than one locality.
Most websites are listed in their localities, not here.
Please only include web sites for the Verwood area here.
This category represents the Dorset town of Wareham on the west extremes of Poole Harbour through which
the River Piddle flows, separating Northport and the South.
The larger River Frome flows to the south of the town having a tidal confluence with the Piddle to the east.
Wareham is served by the A351 through  Sanford to  Wool, between which a railway also runs.
South, across the Frome, the A351 turns south east to be the major road on the Isle of Purbeck
to Swanage, via  Corfe Castle.

Please suggest websites only from or about the Wareham area west of Poole Harbour  
Business websites should be suggested to the  Business and Economy subcategory,
where they can be added to the  Regional Tree View [ symbol ].

This category includes weather-related sites for the county.
West Bay, spans the mouth of the River Brit south of  Bridport on the  Jurassic Coast between  Eype Mouth and
from  Burton Bradstock to the east.

Please suggest websites only from or about the West Bay area south of  Bridport.

West Dorset was the local government district, with its council based in Dorchester, before Dorset became a unitary authority.
Please only suggest websites gere if there is no suitable locality category, and if they include an address in the old West Dorset District, or the current electoral Parliamentary constituency of West Dorset.
West Moors is a village in the County of Dorset on the South coast of England in the United Kingdom.

Before suggesting a site please read these general guidelines to verify that you are submitting to the correct category.

Failure to submit to the correct category can increase the time it takes for the site to be reviewed by an editor.

You are presently at ''West Moors'' level which has its own sub-categories as well as a breakdown of more specific locations. Generally sites are listed in there specific locations as opposed to Dorset level. ie. If you are a business based in Bournemouth, you would look for the appropriate sub-category under /Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Dorset/Bournemouth and suggest the site there. Even if the business offers it service to the whole of Dorset - submit to the actual physical location of the premises and not to the coverage area.

Businesses should always submit to the Business and Economy category within the locality if one exists.

There are a few instances where your site may be more suited at Dorset level or one of its immediate sub-categories:-

  • Your business/organisation has more than one physical location in Dorset ONLY. If you have more locations outside of Dorset then you should locate a category that covers ALL of your UK locations.
  • Your site has content that is only related to Dorset as a whole. ie: Perhaps a site that list entertainment events for the whole of the county.
  • Your specific location does not exist and doesn''t have its own sub-category.
Town in the East Dorset District, between Christchurch and Ferndown.
Please only submit sites about West Parley to this category.
Please only submit sites related to the village of West Stour.
Dorset is a county of England in the United Kingdom. It is located on the south coast. Weymouth is a seaside town and holiday resort on the south coast.
Please only submit sites for organisations that are physically located in Weymouth or surrounding villages. Please submit your site to the most appropriate subcategory; this will ensure faster processing of your submission.
Wimborne Minster is a small town located to the east of the county of Dorset.
Please only submit sites for organisations that are physically located in Wimborne Minster or surrounding villages. Please submit your site to the most appropriate subcategory; this will ensure faster processing of your submission.
Please only add sites connected with Wimborne St Giles here.
Large village south-west of Blandford Forum.
Please only submit sites about Winterborne Stickland to this category.
The category lists sites relating to the village of Winterbourne Abbas.
Please only list sites here that are connected with the village of Wool.
This category represents the area on the boundary with East Devon north of  Lyme RegisCharmouth and Catherston Leweston.
The parish of Wootton Fitzpaine includes Monkton Wyld, its most westerly point north of  Uplyme, east of  Axminster
and south of  Hawkchurch.
The next parish to the east is Whitchurch Canonicorum, which is represented by the  Morcombelake.
Coastal village located near Corfe Castle and Swanage.
Please only submit sites about Worth Matravers to this category.
This category represents the southern tip of  Weymouth to Ferry Bridge, before the Fortuneswell area of the  Isle of Portland.
The sea front to the west is into The Fleet, protected on the west by  Chisel Beach
To the east, Portland Harbour, includes the remains of Sandsfoot Castle at Castle Cove.
Websites identifying as Southlands or Rodwell with their coastline within Portland Harbour,
south of the mouth of the River Wey may be listed here.
Please only include sites in this category that are connected with the town of Yetminster only.