Somerset

Somerset

Information, News, Whats on and Things to Do in Somerset.

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- What's on in Somerset -

08/02/2020

Snowdrop Weekends

The Bishop’s Palace’s “Snowdrop Celebrations” are set to return in 2020, but this year, will run for three consecutive weekends.

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14/02/2020

Storytelling Evening: Beloved - Tales of Love Gone Right

Fed up with celebrating Valentine’s night in the same old way, year after year?
In February 2020, why not enjoy a different

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- Things to do in Somerset -

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Frome Window Wanderland

28th February - 2nd March 2020

5.30 - 9.00pm each evening

Frome Window

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Someone has been going green with envy at how much attention Santa has been attracting at his grotto

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This year, The Bishop’s Palace in Wells will once again be celebrating the magic of the

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Santa will once again be booking into the Grand Pier in Weston-super-Mare to meet local children in the

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Somerset Schools are embracing the “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” message thanks to the Schools Against Waste

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A group of business students from the University of Bath are holding a large variety performance called

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- News in Somerset -

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Work on a new £21m special school in Somerset is progressing well with the aim of completion in January

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Frome Window Wanderland

28th February - 2nd March 2020

5.30 - 9.00pm each evening

Frome Window

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This February, The Bishop’s Palace will kick off its annual children’s activities programme with a fun-filled

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The decision on a proposal to transform maternity services across Bath and North East Somerset,

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Ancient burials unearthed at the site of a new school in Somerton are shedding significant new light

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Online surveys are giving Somerset residents the chance to comment on and help shape a Climate Emergency

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