Dorset Supporters

manonabeach® is proud to have financial support from the following businesses in Dorset, listed by supported beach page.  Please use the send your answer menu  or email info@manonabeach.com to find out more.  Click on each Supporter’s banner, below here, to learn about their business.  Also, see what the beach means to them, above their banner.

Benefits to new and renewing Supporters now include the following:

  • access to beach lovers in largely urban areas (24% London) who are looking forward to their return to your area and to enjoying your services and online products, with hundreds of thousands of hits to the site and being seen in 142 countries.
  • access to 2,000+ films from the archive, including over 1,200 narrative interviews, to use in your social media for customer retention and in your blog, like this example.  Why not use the manonabeach® question to engage with your customers?
  • a complimentary manonabeach® Interview Highlights DVD, to use in your business at your discretion, either in-house or for your customers.

Lulworth Cove, Swanage and Durdle Door:

“What does the beach mean to you..?”

The beach represents happiness.  No one goes to the beach to be in a bad mood; everyone at the beach is happy and that’s infectious. An hour on a beach in summer can lift even the most morose of moods.

…Hamish, at Dorset Coastal Cottages, below:

Dorset Cottages

Lyme Regis and West Bay:

“What does the beach mean to you..?”

The beach gives you a real sense of being a part of a much bigger world. Standing on the shoreline looking out to sea – there is so much more to be explored. It gives you a sense of place, encourages contemplation and a breath of sea air cleanses the soul like meditation in a liquid form. The cathartic massage of sand under the soles of your feet, the stark contrast from the built environment, the sound of nothing but the sea all combine to make a magical medicine that can cure all ills. I love being on the beach.

Adam, at Classic Cottages, below:

Weymouth:

“What does the beach mean to you..?”

To me the beach is a spiritual place that allows me to get away from the stresses and strains of everyday life by contemplating the vast emptiness of existence. It is a place I like to visit no matter what the season and I am grateful for the opportunity it allows me to explore or simply walk amongst the pebbles and sand.

Colleagues at Dream Cottages, below:

Dream Cottages

Chesil Beach:

“What does the beach mean to you..?”

At the bottom of our path, within easy reach,
Are the tranquil surroundings of the stunning Chesil Beach.
Our beach makes us feel calm, the deep waters flowing,
We look from our windows in awe and get excited about going.
And when we arrive it’s so still, with dog walkers and fisherman there too
But for us it’s the finishing touch to Dorset’s best view.
We don’t need to brag and we make a point not to boast,
It doesn’t need saying that it’s the jewel of the Jurassic Coast!
So don’t rush, just stroll, come, see for yourself then you’ll believe this,
There’s no better place than Chesil Beach, Swallows Rest, Wyke Regis.

…Jane, at Swallows Rest, below:

Ringstead Bay:

Bournemouth Central:

“What does the beach mean to you..?”

No matter where I am in the world, the ocean always brings back memories of being a child – discovering the ‘wonder of the silent world’ as named by Jack Cousteau. I can remember having picnics gazing at the sea, looking for strange creatures on the rocks and enjoying the sun while walking with my loved ones.

The ocean always reminds me of how small we are and that we might believe that we can control the elements on the planet, until the ocean reveals its power and show us how strong it is. There are some powers we can’t control, and that in itself is empowering when I’m in the presence of the ocean.

…Francisco Rosas, Brand Manager, Original Cottages, below:

One thought on “Dorset Supporters

  1. Paul Dredge

    The beach to me means Sandbanks! The only UK beach to have held the ‘Blue Flag’ award for all the scheme’s 25 years! From the mouth of Poole Harbour across miles and miles (estimates vary between 8 & 10) to Hengistbury Head and the mouth of Christchurch Harbour, the beaches that form the coast of Poole Bay are undoubtedly some of the best in the world. Walkers, swimmers, surfers, leisure boats, kite and wind surfing and that’s just the water! The beach to me means Sandbanks & holidays!

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