Demographics - Weymouth
The town of Weymouth is built within the mouth of a large bay. On the western end of the bay is the Island of Island of Portland.No longer an island, Portland is connected to the main land by the Chesil Beach and road causeway.
To the north Weymouth pitters out into small rolling hills and farmland- towards the town of Dorchester. To the east, the town ends with the suburb of Boleaze
The bay is part of the Dorset Jurassic Coastline- one of the most ancient in the world. It is a national world heritage site. One of the most famous sites being Durdle Door, ten miles east along the coast from Weymouth.
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