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Our light and airy Bibbern Gallery Café/Bar is a great place to meet friends, have informal meetings or just take a break from the shopping.
Open from 9am Monday to Saturday, the Bibbern Gallery Café/Bar offers hot and cold drinks and a tempting selection of snacks.
On Monday, Friday and Saturday mornings we also offer toasted or plain bacon sandwiches and cheese/tomato/pickle toasties.
We also offer a selection of alcoholic drinks.
Stephen moved to West Dorset in 2010 and was immediately struck by the clarity of the night sky in this part of the UK. Soon he had created two time-lapse films, Bridport by Night and, later, Dorset by Night.
After a brief spell of stacking stills from the Bridport by Night and Dorset by Night films, to create star trails, Stephen focused on single still images, eventually leading to his current obsession with the Milky Way.
In 2013, two of the Durdle Door images he submitted to Astronomy Photographer of the Year were used as poster boys for the competition and subsequent promotional material. ‘Archway to Heaven’ (pictured right/below) is the cover image of that year’s collection book, and the 2015 calendar, as well as being the centre spread of The Guardian on 31st July 2013.
Other accolades and achievements include a number of published astrophotography articles in national photography magazines, the cover image of Trinity House’s 2014 calendar (in the year they celebrated their 500th year) and a feature on the first episode of the second series of ITV’s popular Harbour Lives programme.