This category includes sites that reflect the make up of the county's community: its people, its history, and resources and institutions that serve the region's people, such as social service organisations.
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Freshford, Limpley Stoke and Hinton Charterhouse
Community information, business directories, history and photographs for the villages of Freshford, Limpley Stoke and Hinton Charterhouse.
Local Action for Rural Communities
Part of the Rural Development Programme for England, a European funded programme running from 2009 to 2013 with have three Local Action Schemes; Levels and Moors, Western Somerset and Blackdown Hills.
North Somerset Agricultural Society
Organises and promotes agricultural and horse shows, ploughing matches and other events; information about schedule and their showground at Wraxall.
North Somerset Heritage Trust
Provides project and membership information about North Somerset Railway Company which plans to re-open the rail link between Radstock and Frome. Includes picture library and newsletters.
Provincial Grand Lodge of Somerset
Information about the history of the Provincial Lodge, links to individual lodge pages and general information about Freemasonry.
Simply Social
A social and activity club offering a variety of social, cultural and sporting activities in Bristol, Bath and the surrounding areas.
Smiling Steps
Offers people with learning difficulties and/or disabilities day activities throughout the county,with group sessions in Bridgewater and Weston-Super-Mare.
Somerset Community Food
Charity focusing on the social, health and environmental effects of local food. Profile and projects.
Homepage of Dave McNally, with a nifty morality test.
Village of Kingweston
Historical information about the village of Kingweston.
Aimed at those moving to Somerset. Learn some of the everyday phrases and tips.
Somerset museum given private’s World War One medals
The BBC reports on the thirty descendants of Pte William Newman who jointly donated his medals to a Somerset museum, 100 years to the day after he was killed in action. (August 30, 2014)
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