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Come and meet us – and buy some Christmas presents!

We are at two Christmas markets this weekend – at Malmesbury’s late night shopping event and market on Friday 3rd December, and at the first Christmas Craft Market at Watchet’s exciting new East Quay arts centre and restaurant on Saturday. The Malmesbury event, taking over much of this beautiful old town, runs from 6pm to…

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Mail on Sunday offer ended

The Mail on Sunday discount offer ended on Saturday 30th October 2021. Orders will now be charged at the full price of £25 plus postage and packing.

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Queen’s award for Sayed Ahmad

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ONE of the most interesting and inspiring people we met while we were researching Deepest Somerset was Sayed Ahmad, the Bangladeshi-born owner of Poppadom, an Indian takeaway in Weston-super-Mare, who devotes much of his time to supporting homeless and disadvantaged people in the town and across North Somerset. Sayed’s work, and that of the district’s…

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Welcome to East Quay

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WHEN we first went to Watchet, our interests were to see the little harbour where Coleridge met the sailor who inspired The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, to learn more about the eccentric Celtic saint Decuman, to whom the parish church is dedicated, and to meet members of the Onion Collective. Our interest was piqued…

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Out now! Deepest Somerset

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DEEPEST Somerset, the third book in our series, was launched at Glastonbury Town Hall on 23rd September.  The menu, devised by Philippa Davis, was all Somerset, provided by our generous food producers. The centrepiece was a cheese mountain, featuring not only the finest Cheddars from Keens, Godminster, Barbers and Montgomery’s but newer inventions from Feltham’s…

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Deepest Wiltshire supports emergency fund

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WE are happy to report that our first donation from the proceeds of Deepest Wiltshire is £10,000 to Wiltshire and Swindon Community Foundation, for the new Coronavirus Response Fund, which is raising money for financial support to provide emergency help to voluntary groups across the county to support those most affected by the pandemic. Our…

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New stockist for Deepest Wiltshire

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IT is brave to open a new business in the middle of the pandemic – but Carlee Wakefield hopes that it is the right time for her new Warminster town centre shop, Iris and Olive – the first Deepest Wiltshire stockist in the west Wiltshire town. She is focusing on products that are sustainable, many…

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