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Kilver Court, Shepton Mallet
When we stop off at Shepton Mallet sometimes my dad says we can go to Kilver Court. Kilver Court is a beautiful garden which had belonged to the old Babycham factory. It has loads of secret pathways and bridges. The rock garden originated from the Chelsea Flower Show in the 1960s. We go to Kilver Court a lot and it is quite cheap, but an annual family pass is much cheaper you even get free tea, coffee or apple juice every month! It's brilliant there. Really worth the price.
Posted on 31/8/2012 by NeeNeeNaaNaaNooNoo
Review for Longleat
My grandma took us to Longleat for the day, it would have cost about £100, but we used Tesco's vouchers so it was much less money. I enjoyed feeding the lorikeets in the monkey temple, they flew everywhere! Out of all the things there my absolute favourite had to be the safari, because you can feed the deer and they tickle. In the monkey drive thru a monkey climbed on to my grandma's car and wouldn't come off! In the end it came down with a rubber tube. We had a lovely day out, but I think it's way to expensive for what it is - thank goodness for Tesco's vouchers!!
Posted on 25/8/2012 by Nia
Surprising Amount of History
Frome town centre has got a surprising amount of history. If you walk into the town down North Parade, you will pass over the bridge, and then the Blue House, which is one the left. There are some reasonable shops in this area, such as Boots and WHSMith, and now even an M&S branch, just round the corner. Check out the small shops along either side of Cheap Street, where a small stream trickles down the centre. At the end of Cheap Street, walk up the steps to St. John's Church, and then up Gentle Street, a historic cobblestone alleyway.
Posted on 4/3/2008 by Jane Messer
New Chinese Restaurant in Frome
A new Chinese restaurant has recently opened at the top of Kings Street, and it is really great. It is a buffet restaurant, where you can eat as much as you want for around a fiver at lunchtime. What a bargain. Children are half price, although it is a bit dearer in the evening. It does feel a little like a cafe though, but the food is really tasty and there is plenty of it.
Posted on 13/9/2007 by Julian Wilkie
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