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10 of the best farmers’ markets in Somerset

Frome Independent Market - Snowdrop Cottage

Looking for farmers' markets in Somerset? Look no further. We've rounded up some of the biggest and best. Why not try and visit all of them? Axbridge Farmers’ Market Of all the farmers' markets in Somerset, this is one of...

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Lanhydrock, Cornwall

The National Trust’s Lanhydrock in Cornwall is a beautiful Victorian family home nestled within 900 acres of gardens and wooded estate. Less than 10 minutes from Bodmin and just minutes from the A30, it is really easy to get to, and...

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Escape to the West Country this October

Autumn woods

October is a wonderful time to get away to the countryside. Woods are carpeted with rich reds and earthy ochres, horse chestnut trees are giving up the last of their conkers, deer are rutting and the hedgerows are heaving with...

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Trebah Garden, Cornwall

Trebah Garden Cornwall

Trebah Garden is a really unexpected place, with both an amazing subtropical garden in a beautiful Cornish valley and an idyllic beach at the bottom. You could very easily spend the whole day here - we certainly did! The day...

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A steam train trip on the West Somerset Railway

West Somerset Railway steam train

My three-year-old son loves trains so taking him on for a ride on the West Somerset Railway, the longest heritage railway in England, was a real treat. We started at Bishops Lydeard near Taunton, and took the steam train to Dunster,...

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Frome Independent Market, Somerset

Frome Independent Market - flower stall

Frome Independent Market is a bustling pop up market on the first Sunday of the month between April and December. It is an incredible example of what happens when a community comes together to reclaim the high street. The whole of...

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What’s on in the West Country this week (1 Sept 2016)

Bridport Hat Festival Dorset

There is so much going on this week in the West Country including agricultural shows, festivals of local culture, cider, music, craft, food and even hats, outdoor theatre productions, cliff top shepherding and walking festivals in beautiful scenery. Here’s our...

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