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North Somerset District Council, Weston-super-Mare, Somerset

North Somerset District Council
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Walliscote Grove Road


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Somerset Coast & Country includes the three coastal towns of Weston-super-Mare, Clevedon and Portishead plus the surrounding countryside in North Somerset.,br> Weston-super-Mare, one of the largest seaside towns in the West Country has miles of safe sandy beach and a bustling seafront with activities galore to keep visitors entertained.
Just a short step away from the seafront is the town centre, with big high street names, small side street specialty shops, indoor and outdoor markets and a host of fairs.

A varied programme of events from international theatre acts to water skiing championships, and the famous Illuminated Carnival are on offer all year round.
Clevedon, a charming Victorian seaside town of unspoilt charm. An ideal place to explore all year, offering recreational amenities, beautiful gardens and places of historic interest to visit.
Enjoying glorious views across the Bristol Channel, the local coastal walks have inspired many great writers including Tennyson, Thackeray and Coleridge.
Clevedon Pier is the jewel in the crown, one of the finest Victorian Piers in the country.
Portishead, a small town on the Bristol Channel, magnificently situated with sweeping views of the Severn Estuary to one side and the beautiful Gordano Valley to the other.
The picturesque Lake Grounds offer plenty of space for children to play freely, the location is ideal for relaxing, admiring the spectacular views or watching the cricket or bowls. For the more energetic, activities include pitch & putt, rowing boats and tennis.
Portishead’s new marina development offers exciting opportunities to sail the upper reaches of the Bristol Channel, it houses up to 150 boats within the historic port.

Population 188,556

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