Nearby: Max Bog
Max Bog is a 10.6 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest in North Somerset, notified in 1988.The site is owned by North Somerset Council and managed by the Avon Wildlife Trust for the ...
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Max Bog
Max Bog is a 10.6 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest in North Somerset, notified in 1988.The site is owned by North Somerset Council and managed by the Avon Wildlife Trust for the ...
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Banwell Castle
Banwell Castle is a Victorian Gothic Revival mansion in Banwell, Somerset, England. It is a Grade II* listed building. The castle buildings, now a hotel and restaurant, and sometimes used as a wedding...
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Banwell Camp
Banwell Camp is a univallate Iron Age hill fort in the North Somerset district of Somerset, England. The hill fort is situated approximately 1.6 miles (2.6 km) east from the town of Banwell. Some...
Banwell Ochre Caves
Banwell Ochre Caves (grid reference ST407593) are a 12.46-hectare geological Site of Special Scientific Interest near the village of Banwell, North Somerset, notified in 1983.There are five caves in ...
Banwell
2°51′50″W / 51.327°N 2.864°W / 51.327; -2.864Banwell is a village and civil parish on the River Banwell in the North Somerset district of Somerset, England. Its population was...
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Winscombe railway station
Winscombe railway station was a station on the Bristol and Exeter Railway's Cheddar Valley line in Winscombe, Somerset.The station was opened as "Woodborough" with the broad gauge line to Cheddar in A...
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Church of St James, Winscombe
The Church of St James in Winscombe, Somerset, England, has 12th- or 13th-century origins but the present building dates from the 15th century. It is a Grade I listed building.There are no records rem...
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Winscombe R.F.C.
Winscombe RFC is an English amateur rugby club that is based in the village of Winscombe. They play in the Tribute Somerset Premier league. For a small Somerset village the club is large, with three s...
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Sandford and Banwell railway station
Sandford and Banwell railway station was a station on the Bristol and Exeter Railway's Cheddar Valley line in Sandford, Somerset, England. The station is a Grade II listed building.The station can be ...
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Compton Bishop
2°52′08″W / 51.295°N 2.869°W / 51.295; -2.869Compton Bishop is a small village and civil parish, at the western end of the Mendip Hills in the English county of Somerset. It i...
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Thatchers Cider
Thatchers Cider is a cider maker based in Sandford, in North Somerset, England.The company started producing cider in 1904 and has continued in the same family since. They use several varieties of app...
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Winscombe and Sandford
2°49′35″W / 51.3136°N 2.8263°W / 51.3136; -2.8263Winscombe and Sandford is a civil parish in Somerset, England. It includes the villages of Winscombe and Sandford. The parish ...
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Winscombe
2°49′35″W / 51.3136°N 2.8263°W / 51.3136; -2.8263Winscombe is a village in North Somerset, England, close to the settlements of Axbridge and Cheddar, on the western edge of th...
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Shute Shelve Cavern
Shute Shelve Cavern is a natural cave system located in Shute Shelve Hill, Somerset, England above Axbridge in the Mendip Hills not far from Cheddar. The phreatic cave contains fossils of speleothems ...
Sidcot School
Sidcot School is a British co-educational independent school for boarding and day pupils, associated with the Religious Society of Friends. It is one of seven Quaker schools in England. The school is ...
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Sandford, Somerset
2°49′36″W / 51.3317°N 2.8267°W / 51.3317; -2.8267Sandford is a village between Churchill and Banwell on the A368 in North Somerset, England.The Parish of Winscombe and Sandfor...
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Crook Peak to Shute Shelve Hill
Crook Peak to Shute Shelve Hill (grid reference ST385555) to (grid reference ST430560) is a 332.2 hectare (820.9 acre) geological and biological Site of Special Scientific Interest near the western en...
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Banwell Caves
Banwell Caves (grid reference ST383588) are a 1.7-hectare geological and biological Site of Special Scientific Interest near the village of Banwell, North Somerset, England notified in 1963. The site...
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Yanal Bog
Yanal Bog (grid reference ST424607) is a 1.6 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest on the southern edge of the North Somerset Levels, just north of the village of Sandford, North Some...
Lox Yeo River
The Lox Yeo is a short river in North Somerset, England. It rises at Winscombe and flows south west for about 6 kilometres (4 mi) to join the River Axe near Loxton.The river flows through a gap ...
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Axbridge Hill and Fry's Hill
Axbridge Hill and Fry's Hill (grid reference ST433555) is a 64.8-hectare (160-acre) biological Site of Special Scientific Interest in the Mendip Hills, Somerset, notified in 1990. The hills are above...
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King John's Hunting Lodge, Axbridge
King John's Hunting Lodge is a wool-merchant's house built c. 1460 in Axbridge, a town in the English county of Somerset. It is a jettied timber-frame building of three storeys, occupying a corn...
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Axbridge railway station
Axbridge railway station was a station on the Bristol and Exeter Railway's Cheddar Valley line in Axbridge, Somerset. Axbridge was one of the principal stations for the transport of strawberries, whic...
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Church of St John the Baptist, Axbridge
The Church of St John the Baptist in Axbridge, Somerset, England was built in the 13th century and has been designated as a grade I listed building.Work on the current building began in the early 15th...
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Church of St Gregory, Weare
The Church of St Gregory in Weare, Somerset, England dates from the 11th century, although most of the building is from the 15th, and has been designated as a grade I listed building.The tower was bui...
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Cheddar Yeo
The Cheddar Yeo is a small river in Somerset, England. Beneath the limestone of the Mendip Hills it forms the largest underground river system in Britain. After emerging into Cheddar Gorge it flows th...
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Church of St Mary, Christon
The Church of St Mary in Christon, North Somerset, England dates from the 12th century and has been designated as a Grade I listed building.
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Weare, Somerset
2°50′24″W / 51.269°N 2.840°W / 51.269; -2.840Weare and Lower Weare are small villages in Somerset, England, on the River Axe, south of the Mendip Hills. The parish comprises t...
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Axbridge
2°48′54″W / 51.287°N 2.815°W / 51.287; -2.815Axbridge is a small town in Somerset, England, situated in the Sedgemoor district on the River Axe, near the southern edge of the ...
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Loxton, Somerset
2°53′45″W / 51.2951°N 2.8957°W / 51.2951; -2.8957Loxton is a village and civil parish in Somerset, England. It is close to the M5 motorway in the Unitary Authority of North So...
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