Bridgwater nestles quietly on the banks of the River Parrett, at first glance it appears to be like any other town, but there is much more to this town than meets the eye.

Entered in the Doomsday book it's history has played an important part in the growth of the area. In 1402 it was a major shipping port for the West Country and is today a thriving industrial town.

It has a thriving social life with many Sports Associations, Clubs and Health & Fitness centres. There are two museums, a cinema, ten pin bowling alley and snooker clubs.

The town is famous for its Autumn Fair and Guy Fawkes Carnival.

Ideally situated on the M5 corridor gives access to a choice of neighbouring towns including Taunton, Weston and Street

The Quantock Hills provide an abundance of wildlife and impressive scenary.

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