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Sit back and enjoy Somerset and let us do the driving!You’ve arrived in Somerset and now it’s time to explore. What better way to get around than to forget about the stress of traffic and parking and get the bus. Catch the Mendip Xplorer Service 376 between Street and Bristol to see the famous Tor and Abbey at Glastonbury or to visit Wells Cathedral and The Bishop’s Palace and Gardens.Additionally, it's easy and convenient to get to Cheddar Gorge and the caves by bus, just change at Wells onto the Service 126 to take you straight there. We’ve also got your shopping needs covered along this scenic route, from Clarks Shopping Village in Street to Cabot Circus in Bristol.
With South Western Railway you can explore Somerset from anywhere in the country.
How it all began.The tragic death of Billy Abernethy-Hope in 2018, inspired his family to do something positive with all of their grief and saddness. Before Billy died, he came up with the idea of creating a system to support the homeless, avoiding the exchange of money and promoting kindness. The thought of giving cash to someone sleeping rough often deters people from helping, unsure if a donation will be used in a positive way.
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Established in 1920, Berrys Coaches is a family-run business operating from the County Town of Taunton in the heart of the scenic West Country.
The Somerset Disability Engagement service is hosting their next virtual coffee morning on the 1st March 11:00am to 12:30pm.
Salary: £9.00 +13.5% holiday pay per hour (£10.22 per hour)Casual Staff are required to cover for staff absences, and additional paid hours primarily at weekends and during school holidays.
Nailsea and Backwell railway station, on the Bristol to Exeter line, is in the village of Backwell, close to the town of Nailsea in North Somerset, England. It is 8 miles west of Bristol Temple Meads railway station, and 126 miles from London Paddington.
Keynsham railway station is on the Great Western Main Line in South West England, serving the town of Keynsham, Somerset. It is 113 miles 63 chains (183.1 km) down the line from London Paddington and is situated between Oldfield Park and Bristol Temple Meads stations.
About the JobFull time (37 hours) – £32,234 (SCP 28) Part-time hours will be considered.Occasional evenings and some weekend work will be requiredInitial 18mth contract