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Taking your dog on holiday ought to be a doddle. Here are our pointers for sniffing out the best choice for you and your ‘holidog’.
It’s 1963. Conservative Harold Macmillan is Prime Minister, and The Beatles are topping the charts with ‘From Me to You’.
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There’ll be a world of festive delights at three different National Trust places in South Somerset this winter, as local artisans, craftspeople and food suppliers showcase their goods at Christmas markets.
The National Trust has announced plans to release Eurasian beavers at two sites in the south of England next spring to help with flood management and to improve biodiversity.
The Fashion Museum Bath is pleased to announce that the selector of Dress of the Year 2019 is Donna Wallace, Fashion and Accessories Editor at British Vogue.
The Bristol Hippodrome is hosting a pantomime promo day at Clarks Village in Street to reach out to families this Christmas. On Saturday 16th November from 11 – 2 shoppers will have the chance to join in the fun with a number of exciting events, competitions and giveaways relating to this year’s pantomime Dick Whittington, starring soap legend Shane Richie.
Nestled in the heart of the West Country, the Bath & West Showground is a unique, versatile venue with a variety of inspiring indoor and outdoor event spaces.
Two rugby clubs have been provided with the props they need to become ‘cup winners’ in the fight against single use plastics, thanks to a top tourist attraction.