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A Somerset Autumn

Glorious Autumn….One of the many things I love about living in this part of Somerset, is that our countryside has apple trees in abundance. Many are grown for cider making, which this region is famed for. 153 more words

Slice Of Life

I shall be an awful knut

Atherstone, Coonoor, Madras
Oct. 6 1915

My dear old Elsie

I cannot thank you enough for your delightful birthday present which came this Mail – you could not have sent me anything more useful than the handkerchiefs & tie and I shall in future be an awful knut1 – I shall enjoy the smokes too – it is naughty of you to spend… 764 more words


From Field to Fork….  The Minehead Farmers’ Market

Every Friday, from 8.30am till 2pm, the busy Parade in Minehead is transformed: Purple and yellow tents take over the top part of the town, and shoppers with baskets filled to the brim with fresh bread, eggs, cake and vegetables walk where cars usually speed along. 405 more words


To Hell with the Best Practice Guidelines

As the NFU’s badger killing exercise draws into it’s final phase we’re reminded that the guidelines drawn up by Natural England are being constantly flouted by those doing the killing. 741 more words


TDI Secured, Frome, 2008

TDI Secured, Town centre, Frome, Somerset, BA11, England, 2008


Making Friends And Influencing People

It’s been some time since the last update and it is an indication of how busy we, the directors of SMC cic, have been that it has taken so long to post this update. 449 more words


Tyntesfield, Somerset - The Plant Pots

Tyntesfield, just outside Bristol was acquired by the National Trust in 2002. Built in the 1860s by the Gibbs family it was largely funded by a trade in South American bird guano as fertiliser. 446 more words