This charming little shelter recessed into the wall at Iwerne Minster is made from the same local stone as the wall, with stone tiles for the roof.
Thorncombe has a shelter made from a real mix of materials – two types of brick, stone, and wood with very elegant tiling on the roof. It stands by the water tap that was installed in 1902 in memory of William Evans, whose mother had bought and renovated Forde Abbey;
This bus shelter is at Bloxworth and was rebuilt during the early 1970’s. Its sturdy, plain construction is a tribute to the work of Leonard Hardy and the philanthropy of Tom Dulake who paid for and presented it to the village.