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Yes, it is a dragon and not a wyvern, I know this can be a controversial subject in the local area! The easiest way to know the difference is to remember that a wyvern only has 2 legs, and a dragon has 4. With all the excitement surrounding the dragon that was unveiled in Taunton earlier in the year, I thought I would say a little bit about the history of the dragon, where does it come from and why do we still have the dragon to proudly represent our county today?
Visitors to Beagles café, at Barrington Court, which is cared for by the National Trust, will be able to view up close a type of thatching work rarely seen in the UK.
15th June were the annual Apprenticeship Awards at Weston College one of the top four UK FE Colleges in the UK.
The Glastonbury Abbey Piazza project has received a boost today after being awarded nearly £250,000 from The National Lottery Heritage Fund. Part of the Glastonbury Town Deal, the piazza will offer a significantly improved visitor welcome to the abbey which includes a refurbished shop and admissions; modernised and expanded visitor toilets; and a landscaped entry and piazza where visitors can meet, have a coffee or enjoy one of the many planned free community events in the expanded space. St. Patrick's Chapel will be made free to the public within the redesigned welcome space.