When people think of their heritage they tend to refer to buildings, archaeology, personal experiences, why is it then that dialect in the West country is overlooked?
As Brits we associate dialect with many places such as Liverpool, Manchester, Hull and Birmingham, this may be partly due to the movement of people during the industrial revolution of the 19th century and the demise of traditional…
This is a find example of the current use of the Dorset dialect and with some great stories
A really interesting talk about the decline of the Dorset dialect
Today’s word of the day is a interesting one about insects, so this little fella is a biddle or if you prefer a Bettle. S
We want to hear from you about any or all of your experiences of living and working in here in Dorset!
Be it the teacher throwing chalk at you in Tarrant Gunville or the sights and smells of the Dorchester cattle market, or maybe you live much further away but still have a slight accent, what do people think of your dialect?
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