Have you wondered how some of Somerset’s most famous names have also dealt with life being turned upside-down by coronavirus? Some of them tell BERNARD BALE what they have been doing to keep busy.
In a world where we all care so much about our community’s welfare, we highlight just a few of our Somerset heroes.
None of us can predict the future...but you can help us prepare and support others to face the unknown
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 hills are alive with the sound of singing – well, not just the hills of course but the whole of Somerset, discovers BERNARD BALE.
Lucy Anna Scott discovers an all-female organisation helping to keep local industry alive in Somerset.
There are tons of apps to choose from, and it seems like we use different ones depending on the situation. Here are some of the best video calling apps.
Dene Bebbington recounts the work of Fyne Court’s notorious scientist
It’s the perfect time to get out in the garden and get some motivation. Here is a roundup of all the fun and relaxing activities you can do in your garden.
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