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Volunteers wanted to welcome visitors to Cheddar A call has gone out across Cheddar and the surrounding area for volunteers to work with the National Trust, offering a warm welcome and helpful information to people visiting the village.   The National Trust Shop in the Gorge already has gifts to tempt in the tourists as well as books and other literature on the village and neighbouring Somerset attractions especially the countryside and wildlife.   Now the plan is to recruit a band of willing and well-informed helpers who will not only take a turn at selling merchandise and membership but also ensure visitors make the most of their trips to the County in general and the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in particular.   “Most people coming here know a little about the world famous gorge and caves but many do not realise how much else there is to see and do here,” said Retail Manager with the National Trust, Fred … [Read More...]

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