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Snowdrops herald in the end of Winter- The Best Places to See Snowdrops in Somerset

The first snowdrops appear here in Somerset around the end of January and they are a sign to herald in the end of Winter. Many of the Best Places to [..]

10 things to do in Somerset in the Christmas Holidays

Around the big day itself it can be great to take some time out of eating, drinking and watching Christmas specials on the telly and get out and about during [..]

The Red Dress Project Visits Somerset

Kirstie Macleod, an artist from Somerset started The Red Dress Embroidery project with the hope of helping marginalised women tell their stories through embroidery. After 12 years in the making [..]

Our Upcycled Farm Shop Building Project

In 2017 we tackled our upcycled Farm Shop Building Project here at Middlewick. Those who have stayed with us in the past have visited our original farm shop and reception. [..]

A trip up Glastonbury Tor with Baby- guest blog by Integra Baby Carrier

Sarah Sadler who owns the company is a regular visitor to Middlewick. She shares her memories of baby carrying up Glastonbury Tor with us here on the Middlewick Blog. [..]

Business Events Venue of the Year in the Somerset Tourism Awards

What makes a Business Events Venue? Well that was the question I asked when I saw the category on the awards application form. [..]

Shepton Mallet in Somerset- A market town that has turned itself around.

Shepton Mallet in Somerset is a market town that has reinvented itself and managed to turn itself around. It is now a town that is so worth a visit. The [..]

Somerset Wine, A Long way from Babycham

Somerset is well renowned for its Somerset Cider. However, many people forget that Somerset Wine has come a long way, and so have we here at Middlewick. We opened a [..]

A Cycle Ride to Roger Wilkins’ Cider Farm

When I visit a new place I like to meet the locals, people whose families have lived there for generations, know every field by name, and can tell you the [..]

Walking, Cycling and Lunch. What Sunday in Somerset is All About.

I think Sunday lunches are best enjoyed after a very long walk or cycle. The food always seems to taste so much better. Fortunately there are some great places to [..]

5 Amazing Spaces to Eat Out at near Glastonbury

It is sometimes really nice to enjoy a meal in an amazing space full of soul and personality. Buildings that have been lovingly restored to create a space that brings [..]

Treasure Hunting in Somerset. My favourite places to shop for unique finds.

I am not a fan of shopping, well not ordinary shopping. Going into a High Street Chain store and seeing foreign made goods stacked up and sold cheap has never [..]

Glastonbury -A Celebration of Independent Shops

ather large festival takes place every June. The Glastonbury Festival actually takes place 7 miles away from the town of Glastonbury in the village of Pilton. While the festival does [..]

Serendipity – the occurrence of events by chance in a beneficial way.

Many of my friends know how I ramble on about my Middlewick Moments . They are the funny random events that seem to occur to me here at Middlewick. They [..]

Exmoor National Park

Just 40 miles away from us here in Glastonbury lies the entrance to Exmoor National Park. A little over an hours drive and you reach stunning Somerset Countryside full of [..]
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