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Barrington Court Cycle Loop

Beautiful Gertrude Jekyll-inspired gardens, kitchen gardens and Tudor manor house Elegant formal gardens influenced by Gertrude Jekyll Colourful layout in a series of ‘rooms’ Arboretum with vivid golden hues in autumn Kitchen garden produce used in the restaurant For an ideal destination for a bike ride, head on out to National Trust location Barrrington Court in South Somerset. Here you will be met with a cycle path that is 20 miles around as it loops […]

Three New Tree Species Found

In the past few days, three new tree species have been discovered species of whitebeam tree have been discovered by scientists at Cheddar Gorge in Somerset. Cheddar Gorge is one of the largest in the UK and is a well known tourist hot spot managed by the National Trust. The discovery follows the first time Cheddar Gorge, a rich botanical site, had been surveyed specifically for whitebeams. Because of the nature of the gorge, with […]

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