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Come and enjoy a fantastic dasy at Borough gardens with fabulous music from Bag of Rats. The Borough Gardens lies within a few minutes walk of the centre of town, and is easily accessible from either the top of town roundabout or Bowling Alley Walk. The gardens contains two tennis courts, a bowling green, large children's play area, snack bar, and many features including a bandstand, clock tower, and fabulous flower beds. The Borough Gardens hosts a number of events during the spring and summer months, which inlcude live bands and a teddy bear picnic. The bandstand tends to be the focal point for these events, and you can relax on the grassy slope which runs from the children's play area and watch the entertainment taking place. The gardens are well worth a visit during your stay in Dorchester. Look out for the feature fountain, clock tower and bandstand. And if you are visiting with children, why not let them play in the large children's play area, while you relax and unwind with a picnic, or some refreshments from the snack bar, which is close by. The gardens has public conveniences located next to the bowling green.
On the 30th June there will be a day of folk music, dancing, and verse with traditional trade stalls in the square. Several venues in South Petherton are taking part and tickets are available through the links below. In addition the entertainment in the square and The Brewers will be free for all to enjoy.
Come and see the fanatstic Bag of Rats
Sounds Like: the men they couldn't hang, Richard Thompson - RT, Manu Chao, Jonny Cash
Manager: Mary Gilmour
The Bag of Rats musical world, like the world of their furry namesakes, has no borders. They draw on Country, Blues, Punk, Jazz and Traditional songs and tunes, as well as their own original material, to create their verminous, psychedelic concoction. Committed to the swing and primal t...See Full Bio