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Pamphill Dorset Photographs

Thatch at Pamphill

Pamphill village in south-east Dorset is just outside Wimborne Minster and about four miles north of Poole. The village had a population of 704 in 2001

Added: 9th April 2010

Kingston Lacy Red

The Vine Inn is owned by the National Trust and painted in the estate colour of Kingston Lacy Red. The sign says that they serve traditional ales, county bitter, cooled lager, tankard bitter and troph......

Added: 9th April 2010

Vine Inn Sign

The Vine Inn is pretty outside that it could easily be mistaken for a country cottage. This tall sign is strategically placed to attract thirsty customers

Added: 27th March 2010

Turnstile gate

The Pamphill area is one of the largest Conservation sites in this part of Dorset. It is made up of the separate settlements of Cowgrove, Hillbutts, Pamphill Green, Little Pamphill and Tadden, togeth......

Added: 27th March 2010

View Down the River

Pamphill is signposted off the B3082 Wimborne Minster to Blandford Forum road. There is a car park to the north of Pamphill Green close to St. Steven's church. This was the ideal spot for us to enjoy ......

Added: 10th March 2010

About Pamphill Dorset.

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