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Places for Mum & Dad
The Regent centre was in my day the local picture house, Saturday movies and all that, these days it has a full program of movies and a variety of shows and specials. For full details go to:

www.regentcentre.co.uk
For a wide selection of smaller events or just as a quiet place to visit for a coffee and perhaps lunch give the Castle a go. There are activites for all ages going on at various times during the year from Easter egg hunts for the kids to classic car rallies, to chekc out whats onand when visit:

www.highcliffecastle.co.uk
Not just for Mum & Dad as the kids will find it interesting as well. The Redhouse is full of the towns history and much more. Perhaps best visited alone first to give you the chance to appriecate it all, then take the kids and sound as if you know a lot more than you do:

www3.hants.gov.uk/redhouse
You cannot come to Christchurch and visit the Priory, our church, over 900 years old and one of the most beautiful in the land its well worth a look. You could combine a visit here with the Redhouse, they are all but opposite each other. Every year the church is full of events, classical music concerts as well as all the usual religious celebrations. For full details visit:

www.christchurchpriory.org/
We have two theatre's to rival any not far from Christchurch, in the neighbouring town, Bournemouth. Not far from each other they are both just off the pier, one either side of the gardens. A full program of shows, all the big names and shows come to town, eventually. To see whats on at any time of the year, visit:

www.bic.co.uk