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Things to do

Find out about events, areas to visit and things to do in the local area, as well as details of the local Tourist Information Centre.


  • Calendar of events

    A monthly calendar showing what's happening in the Sedgemoor area - events, exhibitions, farmers markets, Council meetings and more.

  • Swimming pool and cafe at Trinity Sports and Leisure.

    Visit this page for more information on the new and iconic swimming pool and cafe at Trinity Sports and Leisure, Chilton Street, Bridgwater. The pool and cafe opened on the 1st March 2013 and recently celebrated it's first year of success.

  • Areas to visit

    Sedgemoor is the West Country's leading holiday destination - where the countryside meets the coast.

  • Bridgwater, North Petherton and Burnham-on-Sea Carnivals 2014

    Bridgwater Guy Fawkes Carnival is the largest and best illuminated procession in the world. It has been held in the town since the late 19th century and now attracts thousands of people each year.

  • Bridgwater Fair 2014

    Bridgwater fair is held annually for four days beginning on the last Wednesday in September.

  • Bridgwater Town Guide Mobile Phone app

    The Bridgwater Retail Initiative (BRI), of which Sedgemoor District Council is a member, have launched a free mobile phone app for residents, businesses and visitors to use.

  • The Cornhill Indoor Market, Bridgwater

    The Cornhill Indoor Market houses thirteen units selling a variety of goods, from fruits, vegetables and meats, to tools, watches and exotic goods.

  • Farmers markets

    There are three monthly and one weekly farmers markets in the Sedgemoor area.

  • Halls

    Sedgemoor District Council no longer manages the public halls in the district, but this page contains information about who to contact if you want to book Bridgwater Town Hall, The Princess, Burnham-on-Sea or Trinity Hall, Bridgwater.

  • Leisure provision in Sedgemoor

    The new pool and cafe at Trinity Sports and Leisure opened on 1st March 2013. There are also alternative leisure providers in the Sedgemoor area.

  • Museums

    There are several museums in the Sedgemoor area - Ashton Windmill, Blake Museum, King John's Hunting Lodge, Somerset Brick and Tile Museum and Westonzoyland Pumping Station.

  • Resorts and Beaches

    Sedgemoor's resorts offer both residents and visitors the chance to enjoy all the benefits of Burnham-on-Sea, Berrow and Brean

  • Sedgemoor Health Walks

    Health Walks are designed to attract people of all ages and all fitness levels who want to see more of the local environment. Due to the nature of the activity, the walks generally do attract older people however they are open to all (under 16s must be accompanied by an adult). The walking group is led by trained Volunteer Walk Leaders who have reached the standard of delivery set by the national Walking for Health initiative.

  • Stop Line Cycleway

    The Stop Line Way is a long distance walking and cycling route, running from Seaton to Weston-Super-Mare. Once completed it will cover 70 miles and connect Axminster, Chard, Ilminster, Taunton, Bridgwater, Highbridge and Burnham-on-Sea.

  • Visit Somerset

    Find things to see and do, places to stay, somewhere to eat out, plus much more in Somerset

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