Corfe Castle Gift Ideas

Selection of Corfe Castle Gift Ideas

Corfe Castle Calendar 2022

The Corfe Castle 2022 Calendar is a unique gift.

We have produced a few 2022 calendars, showcasing Corfe Castle through the year — including the Castle covered in snow, misty sunrises, summer scenes and the village illuminated at Christmas.

  • An ideal Present or Birthday Gift!
  • 12 Colour Photos of Corfe Castle + plus cover
  • The calendar includes UK Public Holidays and a selection of Events happening at Corfe Castle and the surrounding area during 2022.

A4 portrait ring bound wall calendar.
Printed on 250gsm silk paper.
Price includes free postage in the UK.
Overseas orders/shipping available.


Corfe Castle Art Print

Corfe Castle, Isle of Purbeck, Dorset Art Print. A4 and A3 sizes available

Based from an original illustration, this hand signed digital art print is produced using 100+ years light fast inks and archival paper.

All prints will arrive unframed in a clear plastic cello bag and posted flat with backing board.

All prints are hand signed and titled by Rick. A4 and A3 sizes available (A4 = 21.0 x 29.7cm and A3 = 29.7 x 42cm)


Corfe Castle Guidebook

Corfe Castle (National Trust Guidebook) Paperback

The first stone of Corfe Castle was laid more than 1,000 years ago. Since then it s seen its fair share of battles, mysteries and plots. It s been a treasury, military garrison, royal residence and family home. Now it stands as one of Britain’s most iconic and evocative survivors of the English Civil War, partially demolished in 1646 by the Parliamentarians. With fallen walls and secret places, there are tales of treachery and treason around every corner, and looking out from the castle s vantage point, you can’t fail to be captivated by the breathtaking views across Purbeck.

After the Parliamentarians had done their worst, the castle was handed back to the Bankes family and remained in their ownership for three and a half centuries. In 1982 Ralph Bankes gave it to the National Trust along with the family’s extensive holdings in Purbeck, their mansion at Kingston Lacy near Wimborne and its adjoining land, one of the most generous gifts in the Trust’s history.

Though in ruins, Corfe Castle remains a treasure and truly a gift that keeps giving, the study of its long history yielding more and more stories. This guidebook tells a few of those tales, and specially commissioned reconstruction drawings help bring them to life.

Publisher ‏ : ‎ The National Trust (23 Mar. 2015)
Language ‏ : ‎ English
Paperback ‏ : ‎ 32 pages


Ruins: Discover Britain’s Wild and Beautiful Places

From romantic ruined castles to mysterious stone circles, from frivolous follies to crumbling towers by the sea, there is something about ruins that excites our imagination – and the National Trust has many of the best examples in Britain.

This is a beautifully illustrated celebration of these wild and wonderfully atmospheric places across the country, dating from Roman times to the twentieth century. From Cornwall to Scotland, the book is organised by region and includes overview maps, so you can plot your own journey around Britain’s remarkable ruins.

Publisher ‏ : ‎ National Trust (7 Mar. 2019)
Language ‏ : ‎ English
Hardcover ‏ : ‎ 176 pages


Corfe Castle Steam Train Wall Sign

Corfe Castle Steam Train Swanage Railway Station Medium Metal/Steel Wall Sign

A vintage style reproduction metal wall advertising sign that is the perfect gift! Made from top grade steel with detailed high quality printing. Manufactured professionally from steel. All our signs are available in 3 sizes: Small(20x15cm), Medium(30x20cm) & Large(40x30cm). Durable and resistant, suitable for indoor and outdoor use and will look great in any room, garage, kitchen, Bar, Bathroom, Bedroom door, Shed, Man Cave, Office or Warehouse. (May fade in direct sunlight).

With 4 pre-drilled holes for ease of mounting
High Quality Printing Techniques have been used for the best finish. Made in Yorkshire, UK, from Strong British Steel

Available Options: 10 x 15 cm = £5.75 | 30 x 20 cm = £9.75 | 40 x 30 cm = £12.75

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