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Pill means tidal inlet, small harbour or creek. The original name of the village was Crockerne Pill, meaning ‘pottery wharf’ after the large-scale pottery (crockery) industry which thrived here in the middle ages.
Somerset food and drink, Miles Tea & Coffee Porlock.Take a moment to get to know Miles…
The Florentine is a stylish bistro café situated in the Winter Gardens Pavilion. We serve a selection of cakes, sandwiches and hot food, as well as a selection of hot and cold drinks.
Discover the heights of Somerset's famous Cheddar Gorge
Paintballing in Somerset near Bridgwater & Taunton, Fun free time activity in Somerset.
Nature reserve in Somerset near Bridgwater, wildlife, otter, deer and hares as well as birds.One of the country’s largest new wetland reserves lies to the east of Hinkley Point, created by the Environment Agency to defend villages inland as sea levels rise. Managed by The Wildfowl and Wetland Trust (WWT), Steart Marshes have the added benefit of providing rare saltmarsh habitat and attracting wildlife. Since its completion, avocets have bred on the reserve and it has been visited by glossy ibis, spoonbill and ringed plover. Water voles and otters are resident as are the cattle and sheep that graze there. A network of paths lead you round the reserve, to the River Parrett and Combwich village.
Thorner's Recipe - Award Winning Products In the Heart of Somerset
This recipe was kindly donated to Sharpham by the Blackcurrant Foundation.
Home to the lords of the manor of Clevedon for centuries, the core of the house is a remarkable survival from the medieval period.
Internationally famous as a haven for birdwatchers in particular, Somerset Wildlife Trust’s main site on the Peat Moors covers more than 100 hectares.
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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