In a world where we all care so much about our community’s welfare, we highlight just a few of our Somerset heroes.
A former croupier, who claims to be one of the last people to see Lord Lucan, is offering vital therapy for gambling addicts in Somerset, says TIM SAUNDERS.
Charles Dickens was right – it was the best of times and the worst of times, except that Dickens wasn’t around in 1945 when the party began to celebrate VE Day, says BERNARD BALE
The Sustainable Soils Alliance recently hosted a hugely successful fundraising evening, with money raised going towards reversing the UK’s soil health crisis
Relive those summer beach holidays and at the same time volunteer for the Great British Beach Clean and help protect wildlife and your coastline. Holly Louise Eells finds out more
Volunteering is a popular pastime; each month in the UK just under 12 million people give up their free time to help organisations and charities, like Secret World Wildlife Rescue
English rugby is buzzing as the Six Nations Championship nears once again, so BERNARD BALE speaks to former Bath and England player Jeremy Guscott
Maybe it’s the cider or maybe it’s the beautiful countryside - but whatever it is, the Royal Family certainly enjoys its visits to Somerset whether official or unofficial, says Bernard Bale
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