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More About Poole
Poole is situated on the South Coast of England in the beautiful, historic county of Dorset. [ See map. ]
Poole is a rapidly expanding town with a population approaching 140,000. Poole came of age in 1248, the year it was granted self government by the signing of the Longespee Charter by William Longespee II, the then Lord of the Manor and the great grandson of the towns founder.
The historic heart of Poole is centred around its most famous feature, Poole Quay, which has played a key role in the development of the town through the years. Poole has been a trading port since the Tudor times, bringing both employment and prosperity to the town.
During the Second World War, Poole played a significant role, being one of the largest embarkation points for the D-Day landings and even now the port continues to play host to the Royal Marines. Today the port continues to provide employment, with regular freight and passenger services to France and the Channel Islands.
Poole is home to a small but successful fishing fleet, with catches being landed on the Quay. As you stand facing the water, walk along the quay to the left, where you will find the fishermans marina and the landing area for their catches, as well as the old RNLI Lifeboat station, which is now a small museum. Poole Harbour is the largest natural harbour in Europe and is the home to the many yachts, pleasure craft and working craft, such as Diving Operators which operate alongside the wildlife that can be found in the water and along the shores and coastline. If you take a walk along Poole Quay you will see great changes taking place, with the development of new buildings and the expansion of existing businesses.
Attractions In and Near to Poole
These are just a selection of the wide range of attractions and activities available within a short distance of Poole and the surrounding areas:-
- ADASTRAL LEISURE CENTRE - Leisure Centre on Canford Heath, Poole
- BROWNSEA ISLAND - National Trust Island in Poole Harbour.
- CENTRAL PARK - Gus Gorilla's Jungle Playground & Ice Skating rink.
- COMPTON ACRES - World famous gardens in Poole.
- DOLPHIN SHOPPING CENTRE - Pooles premier shopping location.
- DOLPHIN SWIMMING POOL - Swimming Pool & health/fitness suite & solarium.
- EATING OUT - A directory of restaurants in Poole.
- EILEEN SOPER'S ILLUSTRATED WORLD - Bringing alive such favourites as The Famous Five, The Secret Seven, Alice in Wonderland and many more.
- LIGHTHOUSE - Poole's Centre for the Arts, (formerly known as Poole Arts Centre).
- LOCAL HISTORY CENTRE - Resource centre for local history.
- MONKEY BIZNESS - Indoor childrens activity centre
- MOTORBIKE EVENINGS - Check out the bikes on Poole Quay.
- ON THE BEACH - Summer Beach Parties with Fireworks !
- POOLE CYCLE SPEEDWAY - Cycle Speedway .... it's great fun !
- POOLE GREYHOUNDS - A night at the dogs !
- POOLE MUSEUM & SCAPLENS COURT - Pooles' local Museums.
- POOLE PARK - The park the locals and visitors love !
- POOLE POTTERY - Now under new management.
- POOLE SEA SAFARI - Jurassic Coast from the sea in a purpose built RIB
- POOLE SPEEDWAY - Home of the Poole Pirates Speedway racing team
- POOLE TOWN FOOTBALL CLUB - Home of 'The Dolphins'
- SANDBANKS FERRY - The famous chain ferry.
- SPLASHDOWN - The South's best waterslides !
- SPECIAL SUMMER EVENTS - Pooles' popular free programme of summer events.
- TOWER PARK - Poole's premier entertainment spot.
- EMPIRE CINEMA AT TOWER PARK - Pooles' 10 screen multiplex cinema.
- UPTON COUNTRY PARK - 100 acre parkland for the family to explore.
- WATERSPORTS - Don't watch, get involved!
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