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New exhibition at Somerset’s Hestercombe Gallery explores historical and contemporary innovation in landscape art and portraiture
Yeo Valley Organic Garden in Blagdon, Somerset, will throw open its garden gates for another riotous season of colour and scent on Wednesday 21 April. Spring bulbs will be flowering in drifts throughout the garden, the blossom will be in full swing and the tearoom will be offering visitors a warm Yeo Valley Organic welcome after their stroll around the 6.5 acre garden.
Visitors returning to Longleat from Monday will have the chance to meet a pair of new kids on the block in the shape of tiny African pygmy goats Piglet and Peewee.
Clarks Village is ready to re-open for non-essential retail at 9am on 12 April with measures in place to help keep guests safe.
Egg-citing news at The Bishop’s Palace in Wells, where the famous Swans of Wells have laid eggs in their nest.
Iford Manor in Wiltshire has won the prestigious 2020 Historic Houses / Sotheby’s Restoration Award.
Longleat’s western lowland gorillas got a floral surprise after keepers created their own version of a host of golden daffodils around their lakeside enclosure.
As we now get used to the idea of going on holiday again but don’t quite fancy the idea of eating out just yet, Lucy Green, owner of Exmoor Character Cottages, has whipped up a few foodie ideas to whet the appetite of guests at her four self-catering holiday cottages.
This Easter Holiday, families looking for things to do in Somerset should head over to The Bishop’s Palace in Wells.
Fund unveiled to ensure nature reserves continue to play their role in reversing nature’s decline and provide resilient, connected landscapes for wildlife and people in the future
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