Promise To Love Dorset
In Dorset, we are lucky to have mile upon mile of beautiful countryside, coastline and picturesque towns and we want to care and protect our county for the future.
Therefore, we are encouraging everyone to be responsible travellers when visiting Dorset and support sustainable tourism. Even the smallest things can make a big difference.
We’re asking everyone to promise to love Dorset so we can all enjoy Dorset now and for future generations.
Make your promise to love Dorset.
Do respect our environment – Our habitats and wildlife are unique, so promise to keep dogs on leads when asked and avoid having campfires and barbecues.
Do put your litter in a bin – Our beaches, countryside and sea look much better when they’re clean, so promise to put your litter in a bin or take it home.
Do be aware of hidden coastline dangers – Watch out for strong sea currents, tides and promise to keep away from cliffs, where rockfalls are frequent.
Do take care on the roads – Our roads can be narrow and windy, so watch your speed and promise to drive safe.
- Do be considerate of our residents – Promise to check where you can park or camp, always leaving room for emergency vehicles.
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Take a moment to let us know your views on the new Promise to Love Dorset campaign by taking part in an online survey and help keep Dorset special. Take part here.
The Promise to Love Dorset campaign is a Dorset Council project which has been produced in collaboration with Visit Dorset, Jurassic Coast Trust, Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and many other stakeholders.