Wimborne is a traditional town in Dorset, not far from Bournemouth beach on the south coast. It has a population of about 6,000 people and is five miles north of Poole.
It is filled with old buildings including the Saxon built Wimborne Minister which is famous for holding the graves of King Ethelred, brother of Alfred the Great, and Henry VII's grandparents.
It was also home to the locally renowned Wimborne folk festival, a three day event of street dancing and live music. However, after 32 years this came to an end in 2012, to the disappointment of thousands of regular revelers.
Visitors can still marvel at Wimborne model town, one of the largest in the United Kingdom and Wimborne also has a Civil War re-enactment society who perform every year, as well as putting on the longest firework display in Dorset.