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As befits a County Town, Taunton is steeped in history and has much to entertain our visitors, from the superb Somerset Museum in the remnants of the castle to the Cricket Ground and Racecourse. A centre for Arts and Culture, it has shops, cafes, restaurants, riverside walks and a weekly Farmers’ Market.Rooted between the majestic Quantock Hills, Somerset Levels and the woodland-cloaked Blackdowns, Taunton’s lively nature plays host to major sports centre Somerset County Cricket Club. It’s also a growing business hub, serviced by a vibrant hospitality culture.
Paulton is a large village with approximately 2,620 homes, located to the north of the Mendip Hills and is one of the largest in Bath & North East Somerset. Paulton is a former coal-mining village and the name Paulton is thought to have derived from the word ‘peall’ meaning village on the hillside.
Minehead premier gardens just off the town centre and a few minutes’ walk from the sea front and the harbour
Storywalks are simple digital trails, which are accessible through the browser in smart phones and tablets. Just click on the web link, all info is then downloaded and away you go. The walks are free and at the end is a geocache log for you to sign.
The South West Coast Path is England’s longest waymarked footpath running for 630 miles from Minehead. This first section is 8.9 miles and takes you to Porlock Weir.
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