Somerset Life Magazine

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October issue @ £3.45
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Published 18 October 2017
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Published 16 November 2017
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Published 14 December 2017
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Somerset Life is the magazine that puts the gloss on life in Somerset. Every month it's packed with features about this picturesque part of England - from characters and personalities to heritage and traditions. We turn the focus on our towns and villages, and give comprehensive guides to enjoying life in Somerset - including what's on, restaurant reviews and topical features on major events.


"Somerset is a splendid county. Its spectacular countryside and rich heritage have inspired artists and writers across the ages. To edit a magazine whose sole focus is Somerset is a privilege and a joy. There is so much going on in the county; award-winning food producers, beautiful homes and gardens and breath-taking landscapes, we have it all. It is also a county rich in talent, there is a vibrant arts scene and the county is increasingly bucking the recession with its many successful businesses. And yet probably the best part is that community remains firmly at the heart of county life. Somerset Life embraces all aspects of this fascinating county, its people and its places." Natalie Vizard, Editor

"Just recently I was given three of this year's copies of Somerset Life, and was more than surprised at the amount of information therein - places I had never visited, but would like to now" Jim Cruickshank, Burnham on Sea

"My wife and I picked up a latest copy of the 'Somerset Life' magazine and we were enjoying reading it, particularly as it contained an article on Wellington, the town where we live. Then we came across a poem about the Somerset levels and, as a writer, this really pleased me. It's not that common to come across verse in a magazine like that, and I was much encouraged to see it. I speaker as someone who does write poetry, hence my writing to you." Martin H Perry, Wellington

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