Over half way through the alphabet, and it’s the last of four recaps of the alphabetical journey around Somerset so far. Lockdown 2021 means that I have been unable to complete the A-Z, but this brings us up to date with the stop offs so far.
Click on the links to see the full post for each village.
P is for Pilton.
The true home of the Glastonbury Festival, Pilton was something of a hidden gem I am glad I discovered.
Q is for Queen Camel.
Who’d have thought there was a Q but no J in the list. Well, had it not been given as a gift, there wouldn’t have been a Q either!
R is for Rodney Stoke.
Not another Somersetonian (Somersetter?), but this is one of eight villages in the county with something to be thankful for.
S is for Stanton Drew.
Another hidden gem, but not just the village. The Neolithic circle here rivals Avebury and Stonehenge.
T is for Tintinhull.
A manorial vicarage and stunning gardens, but no sign of Snowy the dog…
Twenty letters down, then, and five still to go. When life finds a sense of normality, the A to Z will continue, so watch this space.