Excellent Atmospheric SoundtrackThe most popular track was No3, Seashore & Moorland. This was very atmospheric and had an interesting tactile experience. The sound of breaking waves was very evocative. We did think there were too many flowers in the pack though.Croydon Vol Ass for the Blind
Escape to the Country, Dorset Special
Suitable for: Book Clubs
Sponsored by: People's Postcode Lottery
An atmospheric tour of the flora and fauna of the Dorset countryside and coastline
Listen to an audio clip
As we approach the sea can you smell the salty tang in the air? You can taste the saltiness on your lips after a day on the beach. It's often quite breezy as the wind comes off the sea and it might whip particles of sand onto your face.
Don't forget to kick off your shoes so you can feel the sand between your toes. It will be dry and powdery to start with but get firmer and gritty as you get close to the water's edge.
And now spring really is upon us and we would very much like you to join us on one of our favourite local walks. We will meet Margot and Bumble just before the footbridge over the wide stream.
Lastly we stroll around the dunes and shore of Studland but mind we don't step on the adder basking in the sun! We walk down to the water's edge, discovering the plants, animals and insects we observe on the way.
I wonder if we have followed in the footsteps of Thomas Hardy as we explore his beloved Wessex.
- 10 copies of two or three raised tactile images.
- Audio descriptions with music and sound effects in your chosen format of either CD or USB.
- Coloured picture book of the raised images. Guidance Notes to help you make the most of using this book.
- An ‘Articles for the Blind’ returns label for the free and convenient return of the box.
Touch to see image list
Hedgerow Wildflowers, West Dragon: Dog Rose, Blackberry and Honeysuckle
Seashore and Moorland wildflowers, Studland: Sea Thrift, Heather and Gorse
A stroll on the Beach, Studland: Oystercatcher, Common Blue Butterfly, Adder and Sand Lizard