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The Langport to Muchelney Cycleway has taken a step closer to being transferred from SSDC to local Town and Parish Council management. A survey has recently been undertaken and shows that the cycleway is increasingly being used by locals and visitors. The cycleway is part of the River Parrett Trail and if transferred the new management have said it will be essential to keep the track open and well maintained at all times of the year.
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Contacts: email@example.com, WebTel.01458 273085Lots of great trips to Bristol Hippodrome planned for 2020/2021. Two new additions are Dreamgirls and Strictly Ballroom. Full details at www.theatretrips.webeden.co.uk . Two other trips will run if there is enough demand; In August to Sunny Afternoon, featuring The Kinks music and a...
Christmas saw our bi-annual formal lunch and like before, we gathered in our best frocks and suits with our families and friends for a festive feast.Dillington House welcomed us and treated us to an extremely pleasant lunch with professional and well organised service as previously. Thank you to them.We had a good number attend and were able to raise an adequate amount from the raffle towards...
Outside the garden: archaeology around StourheadLANGPORT & DISTRICT HISTORY SOCIETY TALK REPORT Jan 2020 The Society's first meeting of the new decade featured an illustrated talk from industrial archaeologist Dr Peter Stanier, who took us on a fascinating tour of the landscape features around the outside of the gardens of Stourhead in Wiltshire.Everyone in the audience had visited...
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