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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.
Tyntesfield, a 540 acre estate cared for by the National Trust near Bristol, has just had a record month for sightings of the fruiting bodies of many different varieties of mushroom.
National Trust property Fyne Court has recently completed works to its trails, meaning more of the historic designed landscape garden is accessible.
The Bristol Hippodrome launched its 2019/20 pantomime Dick Whittington supported locally by Clarks Village at Bristol Harbour Hotel on Tuesday 10th September 2019.
Visit Somerset recognises the deep and long standing link between Somerset and the Church going back many thousands of years. It is only right that Visit Somerset should be supporting the Churches Trust's very exciting project to help visitors experience Somerset's history through our world class collection of Churches and historic buildings
The Reverend Richard Neill, vicar for Holy Trinity Church, Blackford, St Mary’s Church Wedmore, Christchurch Theale and Allerton Church, will be putting his best foot forward in support of the Somerset Churches Trust’s annual fundraiser Ride+Stride.
In a significant step towards reducing its carbon footprint, Bristol Airport has switched to a 100 per cent renewable electricity supply.
We have a range of attractions and shops now stocking our Somerset made chocolate. With more retailers coming on board soon!
Visit Somerset will be sure to update soon!
Emergency Services Day takes place on Monday 9th September 2019, with a series of events across the UK held on Sunday 8th Sept.
The Emergency Services Day will begin at 9am on 9th September annually (9th hour of the 9th day of the 9th month) with two minutes’ silence to remember emergency services personnel killed as a result of their duties.
The Construction Training Centre has been open for just over four months, and is already proving a popular destination for construction firms.
We're proud that the below businesses share our vision for the county and sponsor our organisation.