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No. 13 SOMERSET FASCINATING 20th CENTURY FACTS - As the anniversary of the Titanic passes, find out why Somerset has a personal connection and what are thankful villages.
Bath will celebrate UNESCO World Heritage Day on Saturday 18 April with a host of virtual activities that people can join in with at home.
NO. 12 SOMERSET'S FASCINATING FACTS - ASK SOMEONE TO NAME A TYPE OF CHEESE, AND CHANCES ARE THEY WILL RESPOND WITH ‘CHEDDAR’. One of Somerset's many famous brands!
No 11 Somerset Fascinating Facts - The Pump Room - Kings & Queens Baths an acquired taste for high society.
At the very heart of high society in Bath with something containing 45 Minerals which is an acquired taste to this day!
No. 10 Somerset's Fascinating Facts - Sally Lunn's Historic Eating House & Museum. BATH. UK situated in one of the oldest buildings in Bath Somerset - read the story of the famous BathBun
No.9 Fascinating Somerset Facts THE WITCH OF WOOKEY in Somerset
No. 8 Fascinating Somerset facts THE KENNET AND AVON CANAL RUNS 140 KM through Bath, Somerset Linking the Bristol Channel and London. Completed in 1810, this canal was the culmination of 80 years’ work as the River Kennet and River Avon were joined by the canal.
No. 7 Fascinating Somerset facts - Did you know there is a Hill just outside Bath, Somerset that is linked to Saxon Battles and the Iron Age and also featured in a very famous music artist song in the mid 70's.