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If you are looking for the perfect wedding venue, please contact us to make an appointment to view. Our next days for viewings are Tuesday 27th February, Sunday 3rd and Thursday 14th March. We would be delighted to show you around. We have a special offer this month. If you book a 2024 wedding with […]Read More
Stonehenge is a world-famous monument, the greatest achievement of our prehistoric ancestors. It has been the subject of investigation and speculation for centuries and, while science has provided some answers, there is much that remains enigmatic. Following on from our very successful day in the Autumn, which concentrated on Stonehenge itself, we are now […]Read More
John Austin-Williams, Imogen Bittner, Mala Hassett, June Lisle and Helen Simpson present an eclectic exhibition to celebrate and coincide with the first signs of Spring and the snowdrops at Springhead. This exhibition brings together five members of the Dorset Salon (Dorset Visual Arts). Very different artists working in a variety of media; but whose work […]Read More
November has been an exciting month at Springhead, with plenty of events, activities and funding news. We are particularly delighted to have been awarded a grant of £20,000 by the Garfield Weston Foundation to help us run our charitable activities. As a small charity, this grant will make a big difference to the Trust, and […]Read More
Springhead has significantly reduced both its carbon footprint and energy costs, through a range of new energy saving installations.
20 secondary glazing units, 139 high efficiency LED lights, and a range of roof, ceiling and floor insulation have been installed with funding from Low Carbon Dorset as part of the European Regional Development Fund, and the BA Carbon Fund.
The hydro turbine helps us reduce our carbon footprint, by generating renewable electricity.Accumulating weeds, leaves and sticks have been clogging up the system which has at times resulted in it being shut down. Now, thanks to two grants, we have been able to install a new sluice gate to deal with this problem, and to help regulate the flow of water.Read More