South Bradon Map - Somerset Maps

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A Map of South Bradon in Somerset England

Above you will find a detailed map of South Bradon in Somerset, handy if you are visiting the South Bradon area, or need to locate a particular street, road or lane in or around South Bradon, or in surrounding Somerset towns, villages or hamlets.

National Trust attractions within easy driving distance of South Bradon, Somerset: Martock, Sidmouth countryside, Pilsdon Pen, Burton Bradstock, Loughwood Meeting House, Cheddar Gorge, Stembridge Tower Mill, Musbury Hill Fort, Lambert's and Coney's Castle, Wellington Monument, Shute Barton, Priest's House, Lewesdon Hill, Hardy Monument, King John's Hunting Lodge, Glastonbury Tor, Golden Cap.

Additional facilities and places to take kids near South Bradon, Somerset: Glastonbury Abbey, The Blake Museum, AMF Hollywood Bowl Taunton, Forde Abbey House and Gardens, Axe Valley Wildlife Park, Wells Leisure Centre, Chard Museum, Yeovil Railway Centre, Burrow Farm Gardens, Museum of Somerset, Playaways Indoor Soft Play Centre, Thelma Hulbert Gallery, Fleet Air Arm Museum, Somerset Cricket Museum, Lister Gardens Mini Golf, Bishops Lydeard Mill, Fyne Court Nature Reserve, Willows Indoor Play, O'Bridge Brewers Fayre, Axminster Museum, Ready2climb Adventure Zone, Montacute TV Radio Toy Museum, Seaton Tramway, Playzone, Aj'z Play and Party Centre, Safari Tots.

Use this South Bradon map to find your way to these great places to visit.

South Bradon Postcode: TA19

Somerset South-West England - A sizable county situated in the South-West of England (UK), Somerset comprises an area of 1,610 square miles, that makes it the 7th biggest county by area. Somerset adjoins the English counties of Wiltshire, Dorset, Gloucestershire (Gloucs), Devon, and is inhabited by approximately 910,000 people (2014), which places it 22nd of the 48 counties of England by population size. It is mainly an agricultural county with plenty of delightful landscapes for instance in the Exmoor National Park, the Quantock Hills, the Blackdown Hills, the Mendip Hills, in addition it has sparsely populated wetlands called the Somerset Levels (the location of severe flooding in 2013-14). Somerset is an important county for tourism, still agriculture has long been its major source of income, sheep and cattle farming, wool production, cheese making and cider making are among its various important businesses. While in the county visit Exmoor National Park, the roman baths, Montacute House and Gardens, Wookey Hole, Glastonbury, Cheddar Gorge and Caves, you could also go to the traditional coastal resorts of Clevedon, Burnham-on-Sea, Brean Sands, Minehead, Weston-Super-Mare and others.

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