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So much to experience
Cider tasting and tours at Sheppys in Somerset near Taunton.
A woodland garden and organic showpiece of international renown, Greencombe extends along a sheltered hillside below the tree-covered slopes of Exmoor and offers outstanding views over ancient fields onto Porlock Bay and the sea beyond
We're launching our delicious Fondue recipe with you, because, quite frankly, we've become rather obsessed with perfecting this mouthwatering cheesy delight!
Andy & James have been hobby charcutiers for several years. Andy grew up on a pig farm and James is a member of a small village cooperative of 6 families who raise livestock. Their daughters become best friends at the local school and it wasn’t long before they discovered that they shared passion for curing meats and making salami.
Another fabulous tasty Brunch idea with our Black Truffle Vintage Organic Cheddar. Super tasty – Super simple! Why not give it a try and let Godminster Cheese know how you get email@example.com
Local organic products used as much as possible. Plastics used as little as possible. Theatre-style food production with happy smiley staff!
We are the only cheesemakers left in Cheddar and you can watch whilst we show you how we make a traditional cheddar.Say ‘Somerset’ and most people think of Cheddar cheese so it is fitting that the world’s oldest surviving makers of it should be based here. To go with it, we make the perfect accompaniment, cider. These are not the only treats to sample on a foodie tour of the County which could take in oysters from Exmoor, strawberries from Cheddar, Trout from the Quantocks and of course a Somerset Cream Tea.
Watchet Market House Museum houses a fine collection of local artefacts, fossils and marine paintings. The town’s rich maritime history features in many of the exhibits. With visitor numbers averaging 30,000 per season, this small Museum is a ‘not to miss’ attraction.
As a county rich in wildlife, Somerset unsurprisingly has a huge number of nature reserves. These are great places to visit. Most are open all year and many allow dogs. With such a diverse landscape, Somerset’s reserves encompass meadows, cliffs, hills, downs, woods, waterways and wetlands.Somerset Wildlife Trust looks after 70 of the County’s reserves and they are listed on its website: www.somersetwildlife.org along with a range of events throughout year organised by the Trust.
Poets’ Walk is a little over a mile in length but the area includes a wealth of features, including limestone grassland, woodland, a rich diversity of wildlife, an Iron Age fort, Second World War shelter, and stunning views across the Bristol Channel. The site is managed by North Somerset Council with help from the Friends of Poets’ Walk volunteer group and, thanks to their hard work, some old footpaths have recently been opened up. Poets’ Walk is a tranquil route around Church Hill and Wain’s Hill.
Somerset’s food and drink industry offers an abundance of produce available at local farm shops and delis. Find out where to shop for Somerset food and drink & more....
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