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A new Bridgwater nursery which opened in August is holding a special open day, giving local parents the chance to look around and meet staff.
Last week Bristol Airport partnered with Help Bristol’s Homeless (HBH) charity to offer a large food donation from one of our restaurants.
Last minute breaks – Enjoy a breath of fresh air this November at Exmoor Character Cottages
2000 metal poppies have been planted in The Quiet Garden of The Bishop’s Palace in Wells in time for Remembrance weekend.
As we face the public health challenge of Covid-19, Bath Record Office: Archives and Local Studies is offering an opportunity to look back on past improvements to the city’s public health with a series of free talks on Zoom.
Noah’s Ark are delighted to announce the extension of our Sunday openings. Following the overwhelmingly positive feedback from their wonderful visitors, both last year and this year, they have decided to continue with Sundays from now on.
Further to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the attractions at Cheddar Gorge & Caves are unfortunately remaining closed to guests for the time being.
Designed to celebrate 800 years since the construction of The Bishop’s Palace, Palace 800.
With Pumpkin Fest on the horizon, Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm welcomed back Luke and his giant pumpkins. After giving Shaka, the African Elephant, a 14stone pumpkin in 2019, Luke made the decision to grow three pumpkins for each of the Elephants at Noah’s Ark in 2020.
The Bishop’s Palace receives lifeline grant from Government’s £1.57bn Culture Recovery Fund