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Opening Hours - Monday to Saturday, 10.30 am until 4.00 pmMuseum & DVD admission charge - £4.00 per adult, £2.00 per childWillow Sculpture Trail - bring the children to enjoy finding all the sculptures in our woodland trail - £2.50 per child to include a prize at the end! No need to book.
Stuck for something to do on a rainy day?Ditch the brolly, we're completely undercover!With four large halls filled with the best bits of British naval aviation history, including full sized aircraft, there's plenty of places to explore.
Join us for one of the most popular events held at The Showground, the Giant Flea Market!Over 250 inside and outside stalls, selling a plethora of items from
The Arborealists are a group of professional artists, from across southern England, who share the rich and versatile subject of the tree. Over the past two years they have been visiting ancient woodland sites on Exmoor and Dartmoor to produce works in response to the landscape. More than 50 artworks will be on display.
Fuelling man and machine on the first and now second Sunday of each month, the Haynes Breakfast Club brings together like-minded motorcar enthusiasts to meet and share their automotive passion and enjoy a hearty breakfast.
Coming up: 3rd October 2020If you’ve ever wanted to make a willow basket but not known how to start, this lovely round basket is perfect! Created especially for beginners, whilst making this basket you will learn some traditional English techniques and use willow grown on the Somerset Levels
Now in its seventeenth year, this outdoor canopy market is situated in the very pretty Hollies Gardens next to the High Street and in front of Sainsbury’s. It takes place on the first Saturday of each month.
The market is held on the first Saturday of every month in the 400 year old market square in the centre of this ancient town. Starting with a few tentative trial markets in 2001, the market became a monthly fixture of the town in October 2002 and is still as popular as ever!
Join Bristol University's Dr Richard Stone for this illuminating online talk
Coming up: 10th October 2020Peter Codd from ‘Explore the Great Outdoors’, an experienced teacher of bushcraft and traditional crafts, will teach you how to make a traditional wooden rake in this one-day workshop.