Wells – Bishop’s Palace and Gardens

Welcome to part two of my Wells adventure, which after Wells Cathedral and Vicars' Close focuses on the remaining part of the city's triumvirate of medieval masterpieces – the Bishop's Palace and gardens. The partially-ruined Bishop's Palace has been the home of the Bishop of Bath and Wells for more than 800 years and is... Continue Reading →

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Wells

I'm a little ashamed to admit I hadn't heard of Wells, England's smallest city, until a couple of months ago when my Bristol-based sister and brother-in-law took my mother there on a day out. My mother came back raving about the place, insisting I had to go as she knew I'd love it. Fast forward... Continue Reading →

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