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We are pleased to inform you that this store has now reopened. We look forward to warmly welcoming you back in-store, and would appreciate if you could help us adhere to our social distancing measures while shopping. You’ll find helpful reminders around the store as well as customer service hosts on-hand to support you. Thank you for your patience during this challenging time, and stay safe. Please note that our openings hours may vary.
Here at Robert Dyas Dorchester we have almost everything from the innovative to the every day, you'll find everything you need for your home and garden. From cleaning solutions and kitchen essentials to the latest DIY gadgets and gardening must-haves - all at great prices. The extensive selection of products range from some of the world's most famous brands through to exciting new start-ups.
53 South Street
Dorchester, DT1 1DQ
Mon: 09:30 - 17:00 Tue: 09:30 - 17:00 Wed: 09:30 - 17:00 Thu: 09:30 - 17:00 Fri: 09:30 - 17:00 Sat: 09:30 - 17:00 Sun: 10:00 - 16:00
About the store
We are centrally located at the top of South Street. (Cornhill)
Dorchester is the ancient County Town of Dorset, and sits about 7 miles inland from Weymouth and the Portland peninsular. The Romans built a fort here on the site of a pre-historic fort before them. The town is now a thriving area with a prosperous shopping street, a new day and night venue being built on the site of the old brewery, and another shopping centre planned for the end of this decade. There is a weekly market on Wednesdays and a Farmer's Market once a month.
Here at Robert Dyas we have almost everything you need for your home and garden, from kitchen electricals and cleaning appliances to gardening equipment, DIY tools and ironmongery. It's a range that encompasses the new, the rare and the necessary, as well as hundreds of great products from household brands.
Come and visit us in store, where you can see our full range of products and our latest special offers.
About the area
There are a host of travel links within Dorset from 41 busses and 4 coach links.
Dorchester has literary links being the birthplace and home of Thomas Hardy, with many places associated with his life and works.
For those with historcal interests there is The Martyrs Museum at Tolpuddle, just a few miles out of town, the birthplace of trade - unionism.
What's near by
Dorchester is well placed for visiting the Jurrasic Coast, a World Heritage Site, which stretches from Harry's Rocks at Swanage to the Devon border at Lyme Regis. Includes Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door as well as Chesil Beach.