Summer Beaches in Dorset


Employ My Ability offers vocational training for students with learning disabilities and special educational needs and disabilities. One of their students, Maddie Walters, has spent the last term working on her journalism skills with the aim of writing a column for us, highlighting aspects of life in Dorset for a young disabled person. Below is Maddie’s first work, in which she has been considering seasonally relevant content – Ed

Hello there and how are you doing on this sunny day? Since summer is here and the weather’s getting warmer this article is going to be about the best sandy beaches to visit in Dorset. While you can enjoy going on holiday or traveling to another part of the UK, why not find a local beach near where you live?

Studland – Shell Bay
The Studland Shell Bay is a beautiful beach in Dorset, and it is a fantastic place to go during the summer holidays. It has amazing scenery.

Lulworth Cove
Lulworth Cove is a rocky beach that has a rockpool so you can search for several types of creatures that live in the water or go for a swim in the sea.

Sandbanks Beach
Sandbanks Beach is a good place to visit in the UK during the summer and it’s a beautiful seashore. You can do water sports during your visit like swimming in the sea, surfing, going for a walk and searching for different rocks if special needs people can feel the texture of the rocks.

How Much Does It Cost?
The Studland Shell Bay car park costs £3 if you travel by car or if they have a disabled parking spot. Some travel organisations can help find the right cost or look up the National Trust website and you will find something for more information
I hope you enjoy this article and enjoy your summer holidays.
Maddie Walters


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