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Poole is a borough and large costal town in Dorset, England. It is located 20 miles east of Dorchester, 5.3 miles west of Bournemouth and 9.5 miles southwest of Ferndown. The postcode is BH and the town has a population of approximately 139,000.
The area around Poole was first inhabited when the Durotriges Celts moved there from their former hilltop settlements around 300 BC. The Romans settled west of Poole in Hamworthy’s Iron Age settlement in the 1st century and during the Anglo-Saxon reign Poole was part of the Kingdom of Wessex. The town was used as a harbour and lucrative fishing point and faced two major Viking invasions. Economically, Poole grew rapidly after it was granted staple port status in 1433 and was able to export wool and construct a town wall. After that first expansion Poole grew prosperous during the 18th century when trade with the North America Colonies boomed and then again during the Industrial Revolution when urbanisation took place and brought in equal measures new economic possibilities and overcrowded poverty. Today, Poole is mainly a tourist resort.
The A31 road from Bere Regis over Winterbourne Zelston, Almer, Poole, Oakley, Bournemouth, Wimborne Minster, Hampreston, Ferndown, St. Leonard and St. Ives, Ringwood Hangersley and Cadnam to Netley Marsh and the M27(connecting Netley Marsh, Hillyfields, Maybush, Southampton, Chilworth, Midanbury, Hedge End, Netley, Swanwick, Fareham, Boarham and Portsmouth and the M3 (connecting Southampton, Eastleigh, Badger Farm, Winchester, Abbots Barton, Martyr Worthy, Popham, Basingstoke, Anderwell, Hook, Fleet, Blackwater and Hawley, Farnborough, Camberley, Bashot, Lightwater, Windlesham and Virginia Water to London). Furthermore, Poole has a train station that is served by the South West Trains and through them connected to Exeter, Exmouth, Honiton, Crewkerne, Yeovil, Sherborne, Bristol, Bath, Trowbridge, Westbury, Warminster, Salisbury, Weymouth, Wareham, Poole, Bournemouth, Southampton, Romsey, Eastleigh, Fareham, Portsmouth, Andover, Winchester, Basingstoke, Reading, Windsor, Guildford, Patersfield, Haslemere, Alton, Aldershot, Farnborough, Wokingham and Woking, Weymouth, Brockenhurst, Guildford, Epsom, Reading and London. The closest airport to Poole is Bournemouth International Airport which lies 11 miles northeast of the town.
The main tourist attractions in Poole are the large natural harbour, the Blue Flag beaches and the Poole Arts Centre, which is located in Poole’s Lighthouse. Furthermore, Poole hosts an annual water-sports festival called Animal Festival at Sandbanks and despite the names is home to Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and The Arts University College at Bournemouth. Moreover, Poole has a motorcycle speedway team, the Poole Town Football Club and offers a wide range of water-sports facilities including sailing, windsurfing, surfing and water skiing.
Other towns in Dorset include: Beaminster, Blandford Forum, Bridport, Chickerell, Ferndown, Gillingham, Lyme Regis, Portland, Shaftesbury, Sherborne, Stalbridge, Sturminster Newton, Swanage, Upton, Verwood, Wareham and Wimborne Minster.
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