Historical & Cultural
The Bishops Palace
East Lambrook Manor Gardens
Fantastic events across Somerset West and Taunton this month!
Somerset Towns and Villages
Popular Somerset Towns
Visiting, Staying & Living in Somerset
Somerset Wedding and Event Venues
Fascinating Somerset Facts
Somerset Food, Drink & More!
B&B. Guest Houses
Camping & Glamping
Farm Holidays Somerset
Holiday Parks Somerset
Somerset Self Catering
Stay In Bath
Bath Self Catering
The Princess Theatre & Arts Centre is excited to launch its monthly Wednesday matinees. We will screen well-loved classic films at the venue on the first Wednesday of every month at 2pm from February.
Circus Funtasia presents a brand new production packed with world-class talent! This phenomenal live show goes beyond all your expectations, and proves that the circus isn't just for kids.
The Motorcycling Club will be stopping over in Burnham-on-Sea on Saturday 25th June during the club’s 120th Anniversary Dick Peachey Three Day Trial.
The ‘Order of the Boot’ award, made in recognition of Ed’s outstanding contribution as an active member of the Sedgemoor Ramblers, was presented at the group’s AGM in Woolavington village hall on Saturday 23rd October. Ed has been a local Rambler since 2004, and during that time has been instrumental in leading walks, organising away days, organising walking holidays at home and abroad, coordinating the extensive walking programme and being an all-round good guy.
Free to attend food and drink market showcasing over 80 local producers. Please follow the latest government guidance on covid-19. Held in the town centre. Supported by Greenslade Taylor Hunt estate agents
Axbridge is a charming market town at the foot of the beautiful Mendip Hills, near to Cheddar, with a character all of its own. Once part of a Saxon defence system against the Viking invaders, its history goes back to King Alfred's time.
The ‘bridge’ in the name of this town gives a clue to its influence in the days when transport by water and rail was more common than today when the motorway takes most of the traffic. Highbridge, as a market town, grew up around the bridge over the Brue and served numerous communities including those on the nearby peat moors.
In the middle of the moors and the heart of some of the country’s best diary pasture, the village or Isle of Wedmore is slightly raised; having been built on stone that was not scoured away by the rivers when the sea water receded. The elevation gives dramatic views of the distinctively lush landscape backed by the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.