Somerton
West Camel
Street
Glastonbury
Wells
Shepton Mallet
Frome
Cheddar
Axbridge
Mendip Hills
Keinton Mandeville
Bruton
Castle Cary
Oakhill
Dean
Banwell
Churchill
Ubley
Wedmore
Congresbury
Coleford
Rode
Pilton
Sandford
SOMERSET
Somerset
England
United Kingdom
The Bristol Channel
WILTSHIRE
Norton Down
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" It is a good land which the Lord our God doth give us"
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Glastonbury probably being the best known name with its Arthurian Legends, and the world famous Pop Festival, although that is actually held at Worthy Farm Pilton.
Cheddar
is known the world over for Cheddar Gorge, and the cheese process, that it gives its name to.
Wells is England's Smallest City, and boasts one of England's best Cathedrals.
Street although a village has grown considerably, and now has a shopping village on the site of Clarks Shoe Factory.
Shepton Mallet has a prison, now closed awaiting conversion.
Somerton is the Ancient Capital of old Wessex and gives its name to the County of Somerset.
West Camel Chapel once in a guiet lane is now feet from the A303 Trunck Road.
Bruton an old Saxon town and Castle Cary and Frome have Railway Stations.
Keinton Mandeville is just half a mile from the Fosse Way, the old Roman Road and now a fast truck road.
Nearby to Dean is the Mid Somerset Railway, a steam preservation project.
Sailing on Axbridge Reservoir.
The area of Wedmore is some of the best birdwatching in the UK.
Frome is the fourth largest Somerset Town.
The diverse topography of our part of Somerset County has its MOORS, LEVELS
and of course the MENDIP HILLS.
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