Cheddar News April 18, 2015

Somerset cannibals: Early Britons ate each other's remains and turned their … – The Independent The Independent Somerset cannibals: Early Britons ate each other's remains and turned their …The IndependentA research team from the Natural History Museum and University College London have used modern carbon-dating techniques to establish that remains in Gough's Cave at the […]



Historic England event in Cheddar

The Mendip Hills AONB continues to support the Cheddar Walkers are Welcome group and is holding an event on 23rd July at Cheddar Caves to launch the new Historic England publication on the Historic Landscape of the Mendip Hills. Speakers include the author, NT archaeologist and local author Lin Carter on ‘Cheddar Gorge and Caves’. […]

Cheddar News April 17, 2015

Cheddar Gorge, a place where humans were butchered – The Times (subscription) The Times (subscription) Cheddar Gorge, a place where humans were butcheredThe Times (subscription)At the picturesque mouth of Somerset's Cheddar Gorge, at the back of one of the most beautiful stalactite caves in Britain, is a place where they used to butcher humans. Researchers […]

Cheddar News April 15, 2015

Grilled cheese sandwich gives gooey goodness – Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Grilled cheese sandwich gives gooey goodnessMilwaukee Journal SentinelAndy Hatch, award-winning cheesemaker from Uplands Cheese (whose Pleasant Ridge Reserve I use in my recipe below) likes Montgomery's cheddar — a raw cow's milk bandaged cheddar made in 60-pound wheels in Somerset, England. And […]

Cheddar News April 14, 2015

Weather: Somerset's spring break from the rain with temperatures to climb – Cheddar Valley Gazette Cheddar Valley Gazette Weather: Somerset's spring break from the rain with temperatures to climbCheddar Valley GazetteSOMERSET'S mild spring weather is set to continue for a second week with temperatures set to climb mid-week. Monday and Friday are the coolest days […]

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