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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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Dyrham Park, Gloucestershire

Dyrham Park Gloucestershire

Every time I go to Dyrham Park, I’m struck afresh by its beauty. The entrance to the estate, off the A46, is elevated above the house, so that at first you can’t really see much at all. Then, as you...

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The Courts Garden, Wiltshire

The Courts Garden Wiltshire

The Courts Garden is a gorgeous National Trust garden hidden in the centre of the little village of Holt in Wiltshire, about 10 miles from Bath. While you can’t look around the house, there is plenty to explore in this...

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Events in Somerset, July 2016

Romans Baths Somerset togas and tunics

Here's our round up of the best events in Somerset this July. With everything from a teddy bear picnic to a cider festival, you’ll find something for all the family to enjoy. Grand Pier Cider Festival 2 – 3 July...

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Events in Dorset, July 2016

Marwell Zoo Dorset Juggling Inferno

Looking for events in Dorset this summer? There are plenty of events lined up throughout July 2016 and we’ve rounded up some of our favourites for you here, including special days out at the beach, parties in the park, pancake races...

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10 of the best places to see spring flowers in Devon

Coleton Fishacre spring flowers in Devon

In gardens, woodlands and hidden valleys, winter is receding and spring is on its way, bringing with it a wealth of spring flowers in Devon. From carpets of bluebells and daffodils to towering magnolia and rhododendron, we’ve rounded up some...

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