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Cheddar Gorge reopens after major repairs



Cheddar Gorge has now reopened to traffic – just days after the road was badly damaged by severe weather and flooding.

The B3135 through the Gorge was first closed on Sunday afternoon when water, mud and rock began to pour off neighbouring land, turning the road into a river and making it unsafe for vehicles. 383 more words

Press Releases

Slices of Cheddar

I rather liked Cheddar, an unassuming little town tucked into the spot where the steep scarp of the Mendips meets the flat watery expanses of the Somerset levels. 699 more words

Trail Raider #4

Yesterday I took to Cirencester Park trails once more in an attempt to complete the 14k’s route that I had downloaded on ViewRanger.  Guess what…. I got lost again!  

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A Mini Mini Adventure - Somerset

I thought I’d make the most of the August Bank Holiday Weekend, so I packed the Mini and Trailer up for a trip down to Somerset! 530 more words

The Clifton Four

Day three and the contrast with our first leg through Cornwall is almost unbelievable. We left a particularly sunny Bridgwater and began easing our way out of the south-west peninsular. 556 more words

Personal Journeys

Banksy reaching new heights

A one in a million chance that I stopped my car almost at the top of the Cheddar Gorge to get out and stretch my legs with a short scramble up the side of the rock face only to find the fading weathered words of a Banksy stencil “This is not a photo opportunity”. 61 more words

Mitch Hicks