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Organisations In and Around Somerset

Eyre Chantry Chapel, Perrymead, Bath, BA2 5AZ.

An example of mid-19th century Gothic Catholic Revival architecture. Built between 1859-1863 as a burial place and chantry chapel for John Lewis Eyre (1789-1880) and his wife Augustine Pulcherie (1797-1876). The architect was Charles Francis Hansom (1816-1888) of Bristol. His older brother Joseph was the inventor of the Hansom Cab... See more >
EYRE CHANTRY CHAPEL, POPES WALK, PERRYMEAD, BATH, SOMERSET. BA2 5AZ

Yeovil Chamber Choir

Event Image Yeovil Chamber Choir is an amateur chamber choir of about 20 experienced singers from Somerset and Dorset. Founded in 1992 by Antony Saunders, it has built up a reputation locally for high standards of music-making... See more >
Woodleigh 81 Crodton Park Yeovil Somerset BA21 4EF

Trio Paradis Café Concerts

Trio Paradis are members of Musicians South West CIC, a not-for-profit collective of musicians whose aim is to bring high quality music and multi-arts events to new audiences, in particular those with limited access to live performance... See more >
Musicians South West CIC Orchardleigh Villa Wells Road Radstock Somerset BA3 3RP

Milverton Concert Society

Milverton Concert Society has recently celebrated 31 years of presenting innovative, professional concerts in the beautiful candlelit St Michael's church, Milverton where the acoustics are exceptional and the welcome very warm... See more >
St Michael’s Church, Milverton TA4 1JS

RSPB Ham Wall

Ham Wall is a thriving wetland created from old peat workings situated in the heart of the Avalon Marshes. Enjoy stunning views across to Glastonbury Tor and explore secluded paths through the mystical landscape. There is a large car park with toilets, Info Point and take-away refreshments (see website for opening times)... See more >
RSPB Ham Wall Meare, Nr Glastonbury Somerset BA6 9SX

The Princess Theatre and Arts Centre

The Princess, built in 1869 has seen many guises; an old Market House, Town Hall, a Council Chamber and a Fire Station. The Theatre is now owned and run by Burnham on Sea and Highbridge town council and is the only Theatre and Arts Centre in Burnham on Sea... See more >
The Princess Theatre, Princess Street, Burnham-on-Sea, TA8 1EH

St Margaret's Hospice

St. Margaret’s Hospice works in Somerset’s community delivering high quality, responsive and compassionate care to patients and their families facing a life-limiting illness. Whether it is for one day or several weeks, the time patients spend at the hospice is precious and cherished by their families... See more >
St Margaret’s Hospice Little Tarrat Lane Yeovil BA20 2HU

Stowey Walking

Stowey Walking is the Walkers are Welcome group for Nether Stowey and Over Stowey, working toward making our two villages and the Quantock Hills more walker friendly. See more >
TA5 1LN

Julian House

Event Image Julian House is a homeless charity based in Bath. We support some of the most marginalised members of society by providing housing, guidance and support back into employment and education. See more >
55 New King Street, Bath BA1 2BN

Somerset Smartphone Quizzes

Somerset Smartphone Quizzes offers the ultimate interactive quiz night experience in Somerset. With charismatic quizmasters, cutting-edge technology, and a smartphone-based format, we bring a fresh and engaging twist to the classic pub quiz... See more >
16 Peridot Close, Bridgwater, Somerset TA6 4YU

Jenny Law, Speech and Language Therapist

Event Image Speech and Language Therapy in Yeovil. Support for children, and for people of all ages with learning disabilities or Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) needs. Support and training courses for families, supporters and professional working with these client groups. For more information, please visit: www.JennyLaw.co.uk See more >
BA20

Hauser & Wirth Somerset

Event Image Hauser & Wirth Somerset is a pioneering world-class gallery and multi-purpose arts centre, which acts as a destination for experiencing art, architecture and the remarkable Somerset landscape through new and innovative exhibitions of contemporary art... See more >
Durslade Farm Dropping Lane, Bruton Somerset BA10 0NL
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Things to do around Somerset

Somerset, one of the most beautiful counties in England, offers a plethora of activities for a memorable day out. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or family-friendly adventures, Somerset has something to satisfy every taste. Here are some fantastic options:

1. Bath for the Day:
- Explore the stunning city of Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit the historic Roman Baths, admire the Georgian architecture, and take a dip in the Thermae Bath Spa. Don't miss the vibrant markets, rooftop bars, and scenic River Avon views.

2. Glastonbury:
- Beyond the famous festival, Glastonbury is an iconic spiritual town. Climb up to Glastonbury Tor, believed to be the Isle of Avalon and King Arthur's burial site. Explore the quirky shops, dine in old pubs, and soak in the mystical atmosphere.

3. Taunton Shopping Day:
- Discover the charming town of Taunton. Enjoy a hot chocolate at Mr Miles Tea and Coffee, shop in the pretty centre, and perhaps indulge in afternoon tea. Combine it with a morning visit to Burnham-on-Sea Beach for a perfect day out.

4. Relax on Burnham-on-Sea Beach:
- Head to Burnham-on-Sea, one of Somerset's popular seaside resorts. Walk along the sandy shores, admire the red and white lighthouse, and take a stroll on the pier. It's a great spot for a relaxing day by the sea.

5. The Grand National Bath Festival:
- If your visit coincides with the festival, immerse yourself in music, arts, and cultural events. The festival celebrates Bath's vibrant creative scene and attracts visitors from all around.

6. Visit The City of Wells:
- Explore the smallest city in England, Wells. Admire the stunning Wells Cathedral, stroll through the Bishop's Palace Gardens, and explore the charming streets. Don't miss the historic Vicars' Close, the oldest residential street in Europe.

7. Grand Pier in Weston-super-Mare:
- Take a trip to Weston-super-Mare and visit the Grand Pier. Enjoy arcade games, fairground rides, and stunning views of the Bristol Channel. It's a classic British seaside experience.

8. Cheddar Village and Cheddar Gorge:
- Explore the picturesque village of Cheddar and venture into the dramatic Cheddar Gorge. Walk along the cliffs, visit the caves, and learn about the area's fascinating history. Don't forget to try some authentic Cheddar cheese.

9. Exmoor National Park:
- If you're a nature lover, head to Exmoor National Park. Enjoy scenic drives, hike along the rugged coastline, and spot wildlife in this stunning natural reserve.

10. Free Things to Do in Somerset:
- For budget-friendly options, consider visiting iconic landmarks, enjoying breathtaking views, and exploring the beautiful coastline. Check out the 33 free things to do in Somerset for more ideas.

Remember to check opening hours and any booking requirements for these attractions. Whether you're interested in history, relaxation, or outdoor adventures, Somerset promises a fantastic day out!