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Day Trip on the River in Wareham from Dorset

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Day Trip on the River in Wareham from Dorset

Man your own vessel up the river Frome on this small-group tour to Wareham in Dorset! Take your own boat up the River Frome from Wareham. Visit Dorset\'s oldest 1000 year old church where the effigy of Lawrence of Arabia is kept. Wareham is famous for its market town and was a strategic stronghold for King Alfred the Great. The picturesque market town on the banks of the River Frome is the perfect place to stroll the streets or man your own boat for a gentle glide through the calm river Frome.

Leaving the pick up point of your choice you travel through the west country to the little village of Wareham. Wareham is a curious and fascinating town. It has a history that goes back nearly 2000 years; flourishing in Saxon times and was a strategic stronghold for King Alfred the Great. The picturesque market town on the banks of the River Frome is the perfect place to man your own boat for a gentle glide through the calm river Frome. Here you get time to take lunch and a boat up the river.

Stroll the streets, take in the local atmosphere and why not visit Dorset\'s oldest church? St Martin\'s Church in Wareham is a 1, 000 years old and famous for housing a priceless effigy of Lawrence of Arabia. Colonel Thomas Edward Lawrence, or Lawrence of Arabia, made Dorset his home in his final years. Lawrence was killed in a motorcycle accident in May 1935.

Lawrence is buried in Moreton, and a famous stone effigy of Lawrence can be seen at St Martin\'s Church in Wareham. You will also visit the small memorial by the road side at Clouds Hill marks the area of the accident.

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Man your own vessel up the river Frome on this small-group tour to Wareham in Dorset! Take your own boat up the River Frome from Wareham. Visit Dorset\'s oldest 1000 year old church where the effigy of Lawrence of Arabia is kept. Wareham is famous for its market town and was a strategic stronghold for King Alfred the Great. The picturesque market town on the banks of the River Frome is the perfect place to stroll the streets or man your own boat for a gentle glide through the calm river Frome.