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According to the 2011 census, Street had a population of 12,911 and Glastonbury 8,783.
Bisected by the crossroads of the A39 and A361, it’s just a short jump to the M5 motorway giving access to Bristol, the M4, South Wales and the Midlands. It’s a 42-minute drive to Bristol International Airport. There is no rail station.
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As well as having one of the UK’s leading outlet shopping villages, there are a number of superb independent shops and services. Here’s a rundown of the 5 best local businesses;
With a mission to “support and promote a local food economy that is environmentally sustainable”, this amazing café also serves up delicious organic, healthy treats!
Brewed from apples grown beside Glastonbury Tor, this Hecks Cider really is the taste of Somerset. The brewery also has a very tasty farm shop that’s well worth a visit.
Using reclaimed materials Tuko Sowa make all kinds of garden furniture and homeware as well as supporting Kenyan projects creating jewellery and gifts. An absolute gem!
Food is best when it’s local, that’s at the heart of everything at The Tipsy Pickle. Pick up take-away treats, pickles, cheeses, meats, bread, produce and more.
Best known as being the home of the UK’s largest music festival, the area has a rich (and mysterious) history, wrapped in legend and myths as well as religious trickery, it has attracted tourists and visitors since the 12th century.
Street was the birthplace of Clark’s shoes and the UK’s first outlet shopping village which is still going strong today.
You’ll also find a great food culture which is focused on the very best local produce from a county synonymous with farming and cider.
Street has a theatre and cinema, it’s also home to a large outlet shopping centre, the UK’s first, opened by Clarks shoes who are based in the town. There is also a shoe museum that shoe-addicts will love.
Not far from the M5 and Mendip Hills AONB, Glastonbury and Street are separated by the crossroads of the A39 and A361. Bristol International Airport is 42 minutes away. Currently there is no rail station.