Wincanton Town Festival of Lights shines a light on Sustainability.

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An illuminating trail of light installations themed on sustainability, will be set in the gardens of the Greening the eARTh Gallery in Wincanton (formerly Clementina’s) and in additional locations through the town. At this free event visitorswill be invited to explore the grounds and gallery to view the installations whilst enjoying warm cider, hot chocolateand […]

Shouting “it’s behind you” to the worst of the pandemic… or are we?

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Pantomime is traditionally a Christmas entertainment, but you could be forgiven for thinking that the whole of the past 21 months has been a bit of a panto, with mistaken identities, inflated promises and false starts. Unless some new news of fresh variants withtheir vividly coloured spikes emerges, and the governmental response is more cautious […]

The Random 19 with actress Hermione Norris

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A familiar face in the nation’s prime time drama shows, Hermione’s extensive television credits include the hugely successful, long running comedy-drama Cold Feet (ITV) for which she was nominated for a British Comedy Award for her role as Karen Marsden.  Among her many leading roles in television, she has starred in Between Two Worlds, Luther, […]

Marston Church near Frome reinvents itself as a music venue

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Marston Church is a beautiful 18th century church less than 2 miles from Frome. Used occasionally for church services, new life is being brought to the building as a music venue. Starting with a Daisy Chapman concert during the Frome Festival, regular open mic sessions on Sunday afternoons have brought performances from some wonderfully talented […]