Things to Do


DFWI Carol Festival Monday 6 December 2021. Sherborne Abbey,

DFWI Carol Festival Friday 3 December 2021 Wimborne Minster.


The walking group currently has 31 members. We take turns to organise walks of approximately 5 miles / 2 hours plus coffee stops. Last year between lockdowns the group achieved 11 local walks. Walks can be as frequent as we like depending on who is organising the walk and at a date and time decided by them. If any new or existing member would like their name added to this group, please reply to the email sent out to all members. So far this year the group has walked from Church Ope Cove to Portland Bill, from Martinstown to Maiden Castle and from Osmington to Ringstead. It's a good way to meet and chat with members and enjoy the glorious Dorset countryside. Jo (W


The lunch club meets monthly with members taking it in turns to arrange a suitable venue. Marisa Ronzitti arranged the first lunch club meeting at The Kings Arms in Portesham after months of restrictions. The second lunch in November was in the lovely village of Martinstown at The Brewers Arms. A report from the lunch is in the News pages.


Jan Summers organises the popular annual bike ride. 2012 was particularly exciting after months of being confined. For new members this is open to everyone, e-bikes, road bikes or your daily bike you use for shopping, everyone is welcome. In the past, we have cycled around Weymouth using where possible cycle paths, stopping for a coffee en route and then a café or pub for lunch. For the more hardy, some have continued after lunch and then stopped for an afternoon cup of tea or even a gin and tonic.


All county events with booking forms can be accessed by linking to

Saturday 29 January. Craft Workshop. Green Hearts.

Tuesday 22 February. Paul Attenbury, Talk and Lunch at Crown Hotel, Blandford

Volunteers are needed to help at the Dorset Health Village Orthopaedic Clinic.

Details have been send by email to members.


Found by Erin Kinsley Emotional thriller, A missing child returns, but who took him.

When the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens Story of survival, amid loss, prejudice and loneliness

All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr Beautiful novel about a blind French girl and a German boy whose paths collide in occupied France.

The Secret Children by Alison McQueen Wonderful and gripping story Born of Two Worlds, belonging to neither.

WeBay's third book club THE WELL READ CLUB started up recently. A report of its first meeting is in our news pages.

The original book club THE FISHNETS (Angling Club - get it?) is still going strong and has changed its meeting venue to the Angling Club, We look forward to having further recommended reading soon.

If you would like to join in with these groups, please speak to a committee member or send an email. WeyBay is very pleased for any member to set up a group - just let the committee know your ideas.