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Hindon Organic Farm

(Somerset Accommodation)

         
Minehead Somerset England
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Real farm - Real Food - Relax

 


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Holiday Resort Unity

(Somerset Accommodation)

         
Brean Sands Somerset England
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Holiday Resort Unity incorporates the facilities of Unity Farm and Brean Leisure Park, The parks adjoin each other and all our guests get to use the facilities throughout.


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Holiday Resort Unity

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Brean Sands Somerset England
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Holiday Resort Unity incorporates the facilities of Unity Farm and Brean Leisure Park, The parks adjoin each other and all our guests get to use the facilities throughout.


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Horseworld Visitor Centre

(Somerset Attractions)

         
Bristol Somerset England
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Set in beautiful stone farm-buildings on the southern edge of Bristol, HorseWorld's Visitor Centre is an award-winning attraction that offers a great day out for everyone.


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John Leach's Muchelney Pottery

(Somerset Museums and Arts)

         
Langport Somerset England
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Please note currently closed during to the Coronavirus.

 

John Leach, eldest grandson of renowned potter Bernard Leach and son of David Leach, continues the family tradition at Muchelney Pottery on the edge of the ancient village of Muchelney in the heart of the Somerset Levels.

He started the pottery in 1965 with his wife Lizzie who manages the Pottery Shop adjacent to the workshops. Master potter Mark Melbourne works alongside John making the catalogue range of kitchenware pots.

Muchelney pots are used daily in kitchens all over the world, but the pottery is still very much a small family business. The pots are all lovingly hand-thrown, using local clays, and wood-fired in the three-chambered kiln to the high stoneware temperature of 1320°C which creates their distinctive 'toasted' finish.

When you plan a visit to John Leach's Pottery on the southern fringe of the ancient village of Muchelney, allow time to discover the secrets of the surrounding Somerset Levels... water-flanked lanes, thatch-roofed villages, beautiful churches, flourishing traditional crafts, grand houses and gardens, welcoming pubs...

You may also like to explore and stroll around John's pond, a County Wildlife Site, which has been featured several times in television programmes - but if the weather's wet, don't forget your wellies!

Shop and Gallery are open Tuesday – Saturday, 10-1, 2-4.

 

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