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According to the most recent You.Gov census of 2011, Bridport has a population of 14,000.
The A35 skirts Bridport, running to the south of the town. Due west the road goes on to Lyme Regis and Honiton, east it stretches to Dorchester, Poole and Bournemouth. Bridport doesn’t have a train station, the nearest station is at Maiden Newton and offers direct services to Bristol, Bath and London Paddington.
Bridport has its own newspaper, Bridport News.
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This is a real little gem of a town and our Bridport removals are just the beginning. Here’s our pick of the very best Bridport has to offer to help you find your feet;
With a green ethic, recycled furniture, organic produce and focus on supporting local suppliers, Soulshine is fantastic! They also feature an amazing Vietnamese kitchen every Wednesday.
It doesn’t get fresher than Washingpool. This tasty farm shop is packed with incredible produce and flavour. You can also enjoy the restaurant. Win/Win!
If you’re truly going to ‘go native’ in Bridport then you need to raise a glass to Palmer’s Brewery. They also offer brewery tours available and an excellent wine shop.
Out with the new and in with the old, Pebble Vintage celebrates sustainable design, giving new life to classic, stylish furnishings. A charming store to browse a while.
Bridport has an rich history, the town has been rather regal over the years. Charles II stayed here (hiding from Cromwell’s troops) and King Alfred fortified it and made it one of his major burghs. King John gave the town its charter and ‘Brideport’ also features in the Doomsday Book.
Today it’s a funky, forward thinking market town with plenty of independent, ethically minded, eco-friendly stores. There are a number of local events through the year encompassing arts, literature, food and drink.
Surrounded by picturesque countryside, great pubs and restaurants and with a high number of listed buildings, Bridport is a wonderful town to call home.
Small but mighty, for town of its size Bridport offers so much to see and do. There is an art centre, theatre, library, cinema and an excellent museum. Foodies are spoilt for choice with an abundance of independent producers and stores, farm shops, a food festival, beer festival, wine store, and even a local brewery.
If you’re looking to burn off the calories, there are a number of local clubs and societies to socialise, get fit or learn a new skill. And with no end of country walks, coastal paths and cycle routes, you really can get out and about to enjoy the Dorset air.
Bridport is not exactly on the beaten track which only adds to its many charms but does make commuting a little more difficult. Running south of Bridport, the A35 connects to Lyme Regis and Honiton in the west, and stretches to Dorchester, Poole and Bournemouth in the east. The nearest train station at Maiden Newton (12 miles by car) has direct services to Bristol, Bath and London (Paddington).