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What is Wimborne like to live in?

What King is buried in Wimborne?

The most important tomb in the church is that of King Ethelred, the brother of Alfred the Great.

Is Wimborne in Hampshire?

East Dorset

The old parish (town) of Wimborne Minster is the administrative centre. ... Most of the district is part of the historic county of Dorset, but its easternmost section, including St. Leonards, is in the historic county of Hampshire.

Is Wimborne nice?

It's a nice vibrant place, which makes it a nice place to walk.” Local Karen Macklin, 45, said: “We moved to Wimborne from London 16 years ago. It's so clean and we love the pace of life”. “We're always walking – we live by the river so we can pretty much walk anywhere.Jul 12, 2009

What is the population of Wimborne?

According to Office for National Statistics data the population of the Wimborne Minster built-up area as of 2014 is estimated as 15,552 inhabitants and is situated at the confluence of the River Stour and River Allen, 5 miles (8 km) north of Poole, on the Dorset Heaths.

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Is Wimborne Minster nice?

It's a nice vibrant place, which makes it a nice place to walk.” Local Karen Macklin, 45, said: “We moved to Wimborne from London 16 years ago. It's so clean and we love the pace of life”. “We're always walking – we live by the river so we can pretty much walk anywhere.Jul 12, 2009

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When was Wimborne founded?

Wimborne first appears as a Minster in 871. The nunnery was sacked and destroyed by invading Danes in 1013, but in 1043 Edward the Confessor founded a college of secular canons on the site.Jan 7, 2010

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Does Wimborne have a train station?

Built for the Southampton and Dorchester Railway, the station was operated from the start by the London and South Western Railway, which took over ownership in 1848. ...

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What county is BH21?

BH21 is located in the county of Dorset, in England.

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How old is Wimborne Town?

They were established in 1878 and won the FA Vase in 1992. They reached the First Round Proper of the FA Cup in the 1982–83 season for the first time.

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