Visitors to the Jurassic Coast are being invited to take a closer look at area’s unique qualities in a series of activities organised by the Lulworth Rangers.
The Rangers, who help look after the 20 square mile Lulworth Estate, including five miles of the Jurassic Coast, are sharing their knowledge through a programme of guided walks, creative workshops, farm visits and hands-on discovery sessions.
The events are free or have a small covering charge and take place along the Jurassic Coast.
Education Ranger Derek Billings said: “The spectacular rock formations of Lulworth are unique, but it’s only when you discover that they illustrate 85 million years of the earth’s history that they get really interesting.
“We are also inviting visitors to discover the bats and moths, butterflies and sea creatures.”
The programme of events takes place in and around Lulworth Cove, Durdle Door and East Lulworth on the privately owned Lulworth Estate.
A full programme is available online at http://www.lulworth.com/news/