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Theatre company Rare Species CIC from Frome have been awarded a High Sheriff of Somerset "Special Recognition" Award for their online fitness classes Mojo Moves during the pandemic.
Leisure centres across Taunton are celebrating a successful reopening period after seeing many new and returning members through their doors
After six months of hard work the team at Haynes International Motor Museum are working
on the final touches in time for reopening at October half term, on Saturday 24 October,
subject to Government Guidance.
PUXTON Park Tourist Attraction in Hewish, North Somerset, is opening its Pumpkin Patch for a second year of family fun in the great outdoors. Opening on Saturday, 3rd October, Puxton Pumpkin Patch boasts thousands of pumpkins of all shapes and sizes. Last year, the pumpkin patch, which covers 5 acres of land yielded over 20,000 pumpkins, one of the most fruitful harvests in the whole of Somerset!
If you want to get out and about safely with the family this October Half Term, why not make a visit to The Bishop’s Palace in Wells, where they’ll have plenty to entertain the kids with their Half Term Family Trail.
The recent three part mini -series, aired on ITV this week, was partially filmed locally at Shepton Mallet Prison.
A beautiful photo of a Siamang Gibbon with a heart shaped nose captured the hearts of the public on social media during lockdown.
Take a tour of Somerset’s artists’ studios from the comfort of your home.
REMEMBER: all visitors to the Roman Baths must book in advance at www.romanbaths.co.uk
The Frome Festival Treasure Hunt was the one event to go ahead this year after the Covid19 outbreak and drew 95 entrants.