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Next February the Victoria Art Gallery will bring the sights, sounds and delights of artist Toulouse-Lautrec’s thrilling Bohemian Paris to modern-day Bath thanks to support from Arts Council England; Art Happens, Art Fund’s crowdfunding platform; and the Friends of the Victoria Art Gallery.
A lively dose of dancing, drinking, swaying and singing is being promised as a taste of Bavaria comes to the Grand Pier in Weston-super-Mare next month.
On an overnight stay in Bath, we barely touched the surface of what the city has to offer; the largest city in Somerset is so rich with culture and history, it would require much more than the two days we spent there to fully experience the wonders it has to offer. Nonetheless, we had a marvellous time!
The sun was shining on Weston-super-Mare’s Grand Pier over the August Bank Holiday, which was the best and busiest weekend for at least a decade.
The highest point on Exmoor is being repaired through a donation of support from a local property company. The National Trust, who look after Dunkery Beacon, were delighted when Tregenna Properties offered to help with the work.
Bath Theatrical company help Bath visitors to stage Jane Austen characters ready for the Jane Austen Festival!
From the moment the first tribal cry sounded out, I was completely enthralled. The opening scene was very emotional, giving me goosebumps and bringing tears to my eyes. The bright vibrant staging, amazing vocal talent and artistic finesse was quite simply outstanding.
Tyntesfield, a 540 acre estate cared for by the National Trust near Bristol, has just had a record month for sightings of the fruiting bodies of many different varieties of mushroom.
National Trust property Fyne Court has recently completed works to its trails, meaning more of the historic designed landscape garden is accessible.