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365 Project - Day 294

Cheddar Gorge.

The name Cheddar is known throughout the world as a type of hard cow’s milk cheese, this style of cheese takes its name from the village of Cheddar in Somerset; the village lies at the bottom of the spectacular Cheddar Gorge. 185 more words

365 Project

Deverson Family Extravaganza - Cornwall 2

Our Cornwall family fun continued with a relatively quiet Wednesday. While Kent and Eryn had headed to Tintagel we planned for a shorter day to give time for our turn to cook. 807 more words

Tree In a Rock

Tree growing out of a rock in Cheddar Gorge, Somerset.

Squirrels, bats and ponies: saving endangered species at National Trust places

As animal lovers around the world celebrate World Animal Day, here is a glimpse into how the National Trust is caring for the endangered species which inhabit its places. 1,014 more words

Coast & Outdoors

Feeding the local economy one meal at a time

I am a big advocate of Try Ashbourne First. Before you buy anything online at least think about whether you could buy it in one of our independent retailers. 1,053 more words


Gorgeous Cheddar

I thought it was the steps that would be the end of me. All 274 of them going from the gift shop at the bottom of Jacob’s Ladder, to the top of Cheddar Gorge. 647 more words


RAB Liveblog – Stage 2 – Okehampton to Bath, 110 miles – 6 Sept 14

NB: statements of ‘fact’ should not be taken as statements of fact

We were awoken at 5.30 AM to the sound of ‘Let’s get ready to rhumble’. 964 more words