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Groombridge in the county of East Sussex

Towns in Somerset

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Axbridge, Somerset

Interestingly, in Saxon times, this quaint little town was a Royal hunting centre

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Bath, Somerset

Bath is an elegant city famous for its beautiful Georgian architecture and its Roman attractions from which it got it's name. The traveller James Boswell who visited the city...

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Berrow, Somerset

This is a small seaside holiday resort which merges with Burnham-on-Sea, it has a vast expanse of beach fronted by Berrow Flats.

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Bleadon, Somerset

This pretty village lies in a lee of the Bleadon Hills, a short distance away from the sandy beaches of Weston-Super-Mare. It was mentioned in the Doomsday book and has an...

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Blue Anchor, Somerset

Blue Anchor in Somerset is a village dominated by the bay in which it is named after, and by the Hoburn Holiday Park, a quiet well kept park for holiday makers that sits just...

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Bossington, Somerset

The lovely village of Bossington lies on the edge of Exmoor and from Bossington Hill there are fantastic views overlooking Porlock Bay, Hurlstone Point and the sands of Minehead Bluff

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Brent Knoll, Somerset

Brent Knoll occupies an ancient landscape dominated by the Iron-Age fort on the summit of an isolated little round hill which rises to around 457 feet high.

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Bridgwater, Somerset

Bridgwater emerged from a village of the Middle Ages to become a prosperous river-port. Later, it became known as the place where Monmouth proclaimed himself King.

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Bristol, Somerset

Bristol Zoo is not this great city's only claim to fame

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Burham-on-Sea, Somerset

This pleasant seaside resort offers vast expanses of glorious golden sands, making it a paradise for children and sun worshippers alike.

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Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset

This invigorating Somerset coastal resort offers visitors a variety of experiences. It has a rich expanse of sand covering almost seven miles of coast, making it an idyllic resort for families with children.

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Chard, Somerset

Chard is a small market town in somerset

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Cheddar, Somerset

Often called 'Englands Grand Canyon' Chedder Gorge was carved out by a river that now runs underground.

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Chew Magna, Somerset

The charming village of Chew Magna is set in beautiful countryside just a few short miles from Bristol.

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Churchingford, Somerset

This is a delightful Somerset village nestling beneath the beautiful Blackdown Hills, close to the banks of the Bolham River.

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Clevedon, Somerset

Known for it's quiet charm and Regency elegance, Clevedon is a treasure trove of pure delight. Apart from its picturesque position at the mouth of the Bristol Channel, there...

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Coleford, Somerset

This pretty village lies in a picturesque position on the Mells river in the midst of famous Somerset scenery. It is within easy reach of Mells and is not far distant from both...

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Crowcombe, Somerset

In medieval times this delightful village was the scene of markets and fairs, a market was held here as long ago as the 13th-century and the stone market cross, etched forever with the marks of time, still remains at the centre of the village.

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