9 & 10 Feb Dickies Quad Bike Racing – Weymouth Beach. 10 am to 3 pm. This exciting International event will have top riders from the both Adult & Youth ranks from all over the UK & Europe with machines ranging from 50cc to 700cc riders aged 8 years upward, with several top women riders competing in this new event. Racing at Weymouth will be motocross style with short races on the ‘Dry Sands’ on this part of the Dorset Coastline. Crowds will be able to pack Weymouth Seafront to enjoy the thrills and spills of this unique spectacle Free of Charge. Youth Solo MX Racing will take place on Saturday as well as the Youth Quad Racing with the adult Quads to follow on the re‐vamped course on Sunday.
16 & 17 Feb “Crabchurch Conspiracy 1645” ‐ Battle of Weymouth. Sat 11 am to 6 pm and Sunday 11 am to 2 pm. Weymouth Town Hall. Annual celebration and commemoration of the Battle and Seige of Weymouth of February 1645. Living history, skirmisk re‐enactment, live music by local band “the Dolmen”. A chance for local families and visitors to learn all about the part Weymouth played in the Great Civil War between King Charles I and Parliament. Interactive and immersive activities for all ages, with historical entertainment happening all weekend. www.pikeandshot.com
18, 20 & 22 Feb Family Evacuee Experience Days – Nothe Fort. An opportunity for families to dress up as evacuees and experience life during World War II. A real hands on experience, not suitable for under 5 years olds. By advance booking only, admission fee applicable. www.nothefort.org.uk