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A £2.6m Boost forthe Quantocks

After four years of development the Quantock Landscape Partnership Scheme (QLPS) has been awarded a £1.8m National Lottery grant by The National Lottery Heritage Fund.

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Burials Shed Lighton Ancient Somerset

Ancient burials unearthed at the site of a new school in Somerton are shedding significant new light on life and death in Roman Somerset.

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CPD for Teachers

Discover how museum artefacts can inspire cross curricular learning, as part of the National Gallery's 'Take One Picture' programme for teachers.

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Students Interpret Major Exhibition

Students from Bridgwater and Taunton College created a sonic interpretation in response to the exhibition ‘Landscapes of the Mind'

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Explore Your Archive

Come and explore the archives as part of the national Explore Your Archive campaign this November.

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University of ExeterPartnership

A new partnership between the University of Exeter and the Trust is furthering research and access into the region’s remarkable heritage.

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Looking Back atHarvest Time

Gathering the harvest was the most important activity of the food and farming year.

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Landscapes of the MindThe Art of Tristram Hillier

Tristram Hillier was one of the most distinctive 20th-century British artists. A retrospective of his work is opening soon at the Museum of Somerset.

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The Last Potters ofDonyatt

A guest blog by artist Andrea Oke about a new animation that tells the story of the Donyatt potters from South Somerset.

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Somerset and thePeterloo Massacre

Discover Somerset's surprising connection to the 200th anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre.

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Stephen MossRecommends

Author Stephen Moss shares his favourite wildlife reads about the nature of ‘local patches’.

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A Pavement of Poems

Guest blog by poet technologist Christopher Jelley about the invisible poetry Exmoor pupils have created!