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Keep up-to-date with what’s on in Somerset - from new business openings to special events, county-wide stories and more - with our regular blog updates.
Weston College catering learners have had the opportunity to pick the brains of one of the world’s top chefs.
Marco Pierre White visited the College’s Grove Restaurant and Kitchen this week for a question and answer session with learners.
Don’t know what to do with your Christmas Tree? Want to recycle it but don’t know how? Why not donate it to your local elephants!
As Veganism becomes an increasingly popular lifestyle choice, The Somerset Toiletry Co. has been working closely with The Vegan Society, to register products within their bestselling brand, Naturally European. The luxury body care collection, blended using essential oils and natural extracts includes a range of fragrances such as Ginger & Lime, Verbena, Freesia & Pear, Lavender and Rose Petal.
An interactive, fun and supportive day out for people whose lives are touched by dementia is being held on Saturday February 1 in Pill.
Throw off the January blues with a day at Wincanton races on Thursday, January 16 when the Healthy Pets Somerset National takes centre stage.
Head to Stourhead this Twixmas for a spectacular outdoor festive experience. Aglow with over a million pea-lights until 30 December, the trail features light projections, soundscapes and internationally acclaimed artist installations.
Young patients at the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children enjoyed some special festive cheer this week, thanks to a visit from the cast of The Bristol Hippodrome’s 2019 pantomime Dick Whittington and Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Appeal, the Bristol Children’s Hospital Charity.
Getting out in nature is known to be good for our physical and emotional health but reports are showing that children are not getting out and about enough.
A report by The National Trust states that children spend so little time outdoors that they are unfamiliar with some of our commonest wild creatures, and only 36% of children under the age of 16 have visited the countryside.
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You can now take a sneak peak at the 2020 Visitor Guide. The Guides will become collectors items and this guide will be the first of four in the series to collect.
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