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Necessity is the mother of all invention. Due to Covid-19, Valley Fest is offering a taster of what's to come at Valley Fest 2021 but on YOUR land. This one-time-watch virtual event is taking place on August 1st, 2020 between 6pm and 10pm.
After months of hard work behind the closed doors of the homes of Dunster, more than two miles of beautiful, handmade bunting is gently fluttering in the wind up and down the village and Marsh. The brainchild of the team at the Dunster Tourism Forum (DTF), it really has brought the community together during the difficult says of lockdown and now it is making our visitors smile.
The Bishop’s Palace & Gardens in Wells, Somerset has announced its revised Summer Family Activity programme to keep families entertained during the school holidays.
Visit Exmoor and Visit Somerset are delighted to announce a fantastic new relationship with Yeo Valley.
No. 43 Somerset's Fascinating Facts The Great Weston super Mare. The Super Mare bit isn't just showing off - it's medieval latin for 'On Sea'.
The Tourism COVID 19 Charter
No 42. Somerset's Fascinating Facts - It would be difficult to find any part of Britain with more varied history than the Somerset Levels, or the moors, as some call them, going back some 8000 years with some fascinating history, with global appeal.
No 41. Somerset's Fascinating Facts Cricket House is instantly recognisable as Grantleigh Manor, home to the nouveau riche entrepreneur Richard DeVere (Peter Bowles). The house itself has origins from the 14th century but was extensively modified in the 19th century.
Exciting news -The Grand Pier will be reopening on Saturday 4th July.
West Somerset Railway PLC is pleased to announce plans for two Living Museum community weekends at Minehead station on the West Somerset Railway.
Sat/Sun 25th/26th July
Sat/Sun 1st/2nd August
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