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Admiral Robert Blake 1599 - 1657
Bridgwater Town Centre



Bridgwater has several high street stores, cafes and restaurants and a wide range of public houses.
If you're looking for a wider selcetion of stores why not try Taunton the county town or Clarks outlet village in Street near Glastonbury.
As well as retail therapy the surrounding coast and countryside has a great deal to offer with great beaches and stunning scenery.  With the Quantocks and Exmoor right on your doorstep!

Bridgwater Blake Museum

Take a visit to the Blake Museum and it's newly refurbished shop and displays www.blakemuseum.org.uk/
5 Blake St, Bridgwater, Somerset, TA6 3NB 01278 456127

North Devon and things to do

If travelling a little further afield from Bridgwater, why not visit North Devon.  It offers plenty of Blue flag beaches and of course Exmoor.  And it's only an hour away.  If you're in the Exmoor area pop into South Molton and it's twice weekly Pannier market (open from 8am - 1pm every Thursday and Saturday)  It offers a fantastic selcetion of stalls featuring crafts, homeware, vintage and shabby chic goods, along with the WI cakes, fruit and veg, fresh bread and cheeses and plant stalls.

Take a visit to the Daisy Park shop in South Molton and mention Admiral Blake to get 10% discount on the lovely gifts or visit www.daisypark.co.uk/ for a selcetion of what they have to offer.
Alternatively visit www.daisypark.co.uk  for 10% discount online. Type in the code DPBLAKE10 at the checkout.

Bridgwater Carnival  - Friday 4th November 2011
An excellent night for the town and well worth a visit for all the family.
www.bridgwatercarnival.org.uk/