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The figure for Bridport parish alone was 5. It has not blasted the countryside, and it has escaped the worst depressions. Perhaps this accounts for the fact that it has always been famous for good food and drink". There are seven business estates in and around the town: Gore Cross Business Park 6.

West Bay harbour was used by ships carrying cargoes of timber during part of the s. Culture, art and media[ edit ] In the 21st century, Bridport’s arts scene has contributed to the town becoming increasingly popular with people from outside the locality.

Bridport Arts Centre originated in the early s when local activists bought an old Wesleyan chapel and adjacent schoolroom on South Street and converted them into a theatre and art gallery—named the Allsop Gallery in memory of broadcaster and local resident Kenneth Allsop. The centre hosts a diverse programme of cultural events and since the s has received funding from the Arts Council. It closed down in but an ensuing campaign to ‘Save the Palace’ resulted in the building being listed before being bought by a new owner and refurbished to include a digital projector, auditorium murals , a new restaurant and art deco bar.

It is also the base of children’s theatre company Stuff and Nonsense. Bridport Museum, located in South Street, includes an extensive exhibition of the town’s long history of rope-making. It showcases locally produced foods for which the area is well known. Since , there has been an annual Hat Festival which takes place in ‘Bucky Doo Square’ for a weekend every September. Over sixty trees are decorated by local and national charities, with visitors able to make donations. The main feature is a carnival parade of floats, walking acts and majorettes , with other attractions including a car boot sale , fete and funfair.

After the carnival South Street is closed for the night as live music is played while people dance in the street. The funfair is also open late. On the following night a torchlight procession takes place, with 1, torches carried 2 miles from the town centre to a bonfire at West Bay.

This is followed by live music and fireworks. West Bay’s funfair opens until late. The events raise money for local good causes and organisations. The event takes place over the three days of the August Bank Holiday weekend and over artists participate. It provides studios for 25 artists and attracted over visitors to the event.

Other one-day events include the West Bay Wallow, [52] a charity swim event in which participants often wear fancy dress, organised by the Bridport Round Table on Boxing Day , and a raft race in the River Brit basin, also at West Bay, in July; it is organised by the RNLI and participants race in homemade rafts and usually wear fancy dress.

Terrestrial television is transmitted in digital from the Stockland Hill Transmitter and also a digital relay transmitter based at Highlands End. Bridport’s local commercial radio station is Greatest Hits Radio , which broadcasts on Owned by Bauer , it also serves Weymouth and Dorchester.

The report stated that "Dorset is relatively underserved by the BBC and other local providers. There is currently no Podcast. Bridport has one community website, Bridport Radio, which uses a newspaper style format.

It mixes local information with comedic made-up news stories. The site allows users to comment on local subjects.

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