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The weather in Bridgwater
This is the climate diagram in Bridgwater. This year, July will have higher average temperatures. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 2° in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
An authentic experience with historic Bridgwater's holiday cottages
Vibrant Bridgwater, England is steeped in history. Many parts of the centre as well as the docks are a protected conservation area, and the town is famous for its November Guy Fawkes carnival. Holiday cottages in this quaint market town take the form of cosy traditional homes as well as a few sweet farmhouses.
Historical fun and adventure
Famed military commander Admiral Robert Blake was born in the town in 1598. His family home, now the Blake Museum, is a listed building constructed in the late 15th or early 16th century. You can visit between Easter and November to learn about Admiral Blake's life and career as well as about historical life in Somerset.
The fascinating Somerset Brick and Tile Museum is dedicated to Bridgwater's brick and tile manufacturing history, and his home to the town's last functioning tile kiln, a Scheduled Ancient Monument.
Relax and rejuvenate
The Bridgwater and Taunton Canal, which opened for commercial trade in 1827, was meant to link the two towns for which it is named. Today, it no longer functions as a commercial inland shipping route, and you can enjoy the body of water for its boating opportunities and scenic walks.
The Mendip Hills, about 35 kilometres from Bridgwater, are a scenic range of limestone hills. Here you can visit the Wookey Hole Caves, a huge cave network in which tools from the Palaeolithic era have been discovered. To this day, the full extent of the caverns have yet to be explored.
Enjoy Guy Fawkes day in a new way
Around Guy Fawkes Night on November 5th, while the rest of the UK burns bonfires, Bridgwater celebrates with a massive carnival. The town's celebrations are typically held the first Saturday in November, with thousands of revellers enjoying the unique night time parade of elaborate, illuminated floats, as well as a concert. The festivities also raise money for local charities.
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