Bridgwater is a market town in the heart of Somerset and is situated on the edge of the Somerset Levels between the Mendip Hills to the north and the Quantock Hills to the West.
Blake Statue
War Memorial
Town Hall
St Mary's Church
Bridgwater lies along both sides of the River Parrett approx 10 miles from its mouth and it has been a major port and trading centre. Bridgwater is located between J23 and J24 of the M5 Motorway and the Railway Station is within 5 minutes walk of the Town Centre it is also linked to the Bridgwater and Taunton Canal.
Bridgwater Cup
Bridgwater is a historic town dating back thousands of years which once boasted having a Castle with a moat surrounding it, we have also had a Mayor since 1469, we were the first town to apply for the abolition of slavery and one of the oldest towns to have an MP
Swimming Pool
Bridgwater Hospital
The Cannon

Over the past 10 years there have seen many changes to the town with new buildings replacing old, which has seen the building of a new Hospital, Police Station and some new schools, but the town still has over 250 historic andlisted buildings although some of the older buildings have been demolished over the years.
Civic Society
Public Houses
Family Tree
Canal and Dock
  Bridgwater and District Pubs    
Bridgwater has three main annual events, the Fair every September and the Largest Illuminated Carnival in November where people come from all over the world come to see....with the Squibbing unique to the town and the Christmas lights switch on in December
Christmas Lights
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