Don't miss...this February
Stargazing weekend at Exmoor National Park
Early February is the perfect time for stargazing in Exmoor, home to the first International Dark Sky Reserve in Europe. Skies darken at 7pm, staying pitch black until the moon rises after midnight.
The Andromeda Galaxy in the west, the most distant object visible to the naked eye, will be on display, as will the Milky Way, our own galaxy stretching in an arc from horizon to horizon. These are only visible in places like Exmoor which are virtually free of light pollution.
For full details visit www.visitsomerset.co.uk or call 01643-821425.
Orchardleigh Wedding Fayre 2013
Orchardleigh House will be hosting their annual Wedding Fayre on Sunday, February 10 from 1pm to 5pm.
There will be a wide selection of exhibiters plus tours of the magnificent Victorian Stately Home and the Island Church set in in 550 acres of parkland and lakes.
Bridal suites and bedrooms will also be open. Advance tickets cost £2, contact Marie for more information by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07411-119655.
Antiques and Collectors Fair
A thriving fair with a good mix of regular and casual stallholders will be held at the Guildhall in Fore Street on February 7.
Offering a fantastic range of good quality products, including jewellery, books, watches, clocks, china, silver and much much more.
New stallholders always welcome now also available for food and craft stallholders. It will be open from 8am to 2pm. Call 01460-239567.
Snake in the Grass by Alan Ayckbourn, Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre, March 12-16
For years, Miriam cared for her father with nurse Alice. On Father's death, Miriam’s older sister, Annabel, returns after 30 years to find Daddy has left her his fortune.
Alice complains to Annabel that Miriam sacked her and intends blackmail, claiming Miriam “did away” with the old man.
Relationships and motives twist and turn in this gripping thriller brought to you by Taunton Thespians.
Paul Stockman at The Castle at Taunton on Friday, March 22.
Paul’s unique form of entertainment uses a mixture of psychology, suggestion and intuition to create an evening of suspense and disbelief at what appears to be real Psychic abilities.
Tickets are £15, and a ticket with a three-course dinner and wine is £59.
Phone 01823- 272671 or buy online at www.thecastle- hotel.com/ events. Book for nine and the tenth goes free.