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Marcus Trescothick in the video

A South Horrington charity has joined Somerset cricket legend Marcus Trescothick in a new video promoting Mindline Somerset, a confidential listening service with a 24-hour telephone service to give emotional support and counselling to anyone in need and help them find further support.

The service is one of many local mental health projects funded by Somerset Community Foundation's (SCF) Somerset Coronavirus Appeal, and Bridget Harvey from Heads Up in South Horrington is featured in the video, along with the former England cricketer.

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Wells Food Festival organiser Jon Abbott and Charlie Bigham (Photo: John Law)

Great news for local producers - local premium food brand, Charlie Bigham's, is proud to announce its headline sponsorship of Wells Food Festival.

More than 200 local producers and street food sellers are due to take over Wells on October 11, showcasing Somerset's finest food and drink and cementing the South West's reputation as a leading foodie hotspot.

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Students perform Happy by Pharrell Williams

Thirty Wells percussionists from Year 5 to the Upper Sixth, along with five percussion staff have created an uplifting collaborative rendition of Pharrell Williams' much-loved song Happy.

It was co-ordinated by head of student experience and well-being and co-ordinator of percussion, Jayne Obradovic; arranged by Toby Kearney; and produced and edited expertly by lead technician, Tim Walker.

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