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Bridgslaughter Christmas 2020 – Announced

We can now announce that we will be running Bridgslaughter Christmas in 2020, again at the Bridgwater Arts Centre. As well as a collection of...

Diogo Steps Back From Election to Ensure the Vote is Not Split

It has been announced today, by Diogo Rodrigues, that he does not wish to split the vote and would be stepping back from running...

Bridgslaughter 2 Horror Film Festival : Last 5 Films Announced

Check out the last five films being shown at Bridgslaughter 2 Horror Film Festival at the Bridgwater Arts Centre, Saturday 9th November 2pm until 8pm.

Volunteers Breathe Life into Bridgwater’s ‘Dead Centre’

The story of how a Bridgwater cemetery's graves were condemned to be flattened, saved by local people and are now being restored by the Friends of Wembdon Cemetery was vividly told by Dr. Miles Kerr-Peterson at the October meeting of the Bridgwater & District Archaeological Society.

A Change to Bridgwater Magazine

As our 1000th published post, it seems apt that we would be letting you know of changes coming to Bridgwater Magazine, following 15 months...

Bridgwater Magazine: A Politics-Free Zone

We are all going to have more than enough of our fill of politics over the coming weeks, and partly due to this, we...

Bridgslaughter 2 Horror Film Festival : Next 5 Films Announced

Check out the next five films being shown at Bridgslaughter 2 Horror Film Festival at the Bridgwater Arts Centre, Saturday 9th November 2pm until 8pm.

Bridgslaughter 2 Horror Film Festival : Next 4 Films Announced

Check out the next four films being shown at Bridgslaughter 2 Horror Film Festival at the Bridgwater Arts Centre, Saturday 9th November 2pm until 8pm.

Come and Join in with the Town’s Christmas Light Switch on!

The Christmas lights switch on will take place on Friday 22nd November, with entertainment beginning at 4pm on the Cornhill with stalls around the Town Centre including Cornhill and High Street.

Celebrity Chef to Judge Bridgwater Apprentices

Regional catering company Somerset Larder is enlisting the help of Michelin starred chef Michael Caines MBE to find its next generation of chefs. The west country’s culinary celebrity has been asked to judge an apprentice competition at the business’s Bridgwater kitchen and to offer advice on how to progress in the industry.