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If you’re stuck at home and looking for something to lift your spirits, The Bishop’s Palace in Wells has got just the thing to cheer you up.
Their extremely popular Swan Cam has just gone live. With infra-red capability, the Swan Cam runs 24 hours a day and is trained on the nest made by Grace and Gabriel, the Palace Swans.
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Longleat and Cheddar Gorge & Caves have confirmed they are closed to visitors with immediate effect. The move follows updated recommendations on public health and social distancing.
The Bishop’s Palace in Wells has announced that as of Tuesday 24th March, the entire site will be closed to the public.
Following many months of planning, we regret to inform you that the Royal Navy International Air Day 2020 has been cancelled. The show was due to take place at RNAS Yeovilton, Somerset, on Saturday 11 July.
Grand Pier currently closed.
From Monday 23rd March we have decided to close the abbey grounds in addition to the shop and all other areas of the site, to help restrict the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Hope has arrived Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm, during the COVID19 outbreak
Following the latest government recommendations, we have taken the decision to reduce the Tourist Information Hub located in the Wells Town Hall to a skeleton staff.
National Trust closes parks and gardens, asking people to avoid travel and comply with government social distancing guidance.
From midnight on 21 March the National Trust will close all of its gated gardens and parks to help restrict the spread of the coronavirus.