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Interest in SWAG has been published in local newspapers. You can read these articles below.

» Somerset County Gazette, May 19th 2011

SWAG members enjoyed a five-mile walk around Compton Dundon for Get Walking Day
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» Burnham-On-Sea.com, February 14th 2011

Heavy rain failed to stop SWAG walkers completing seven mile walk from Burnham-On-Sea to Brent Knoll
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» Somerset County Gazette, January 14th 2010

Canal walk clears the cobwebs
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» January 2010

28 young walkers from SWAG and the Devon Bootlegs joined forces to conquer the Wellington Monument
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The name Wells comes from three Wells dedicated to St Andrew. Come and see where the water runs on Sunday's walk.
09/05/2015 23:50@swagramblers

Ashill is mentioned in the Doomsday book for its extensive woodland. Come and join us on Sunday to see how it's changed.
01/05/2015 22:40@swagramblers

A Marilyn is a hill of at least 150m. Selworthy Beacon is one of these hills. Come and admire the view on the walk this Sunday.
18/04/2015 16:30@swagramblers

Crook Peak is a prominent landmark at the western end of the Mendips. Come and admire the views with us on this Sunday's walk.
10/04/2015 10:50@swagramblers

Dunster was the birthplace of the song "All Things Bright and Beautiful". Come and enjoy the beautiful countryside on this Sunday's walk.
27/03/2015 12:15@swagramblers

At its peak, 80 collieries fed London via the Somerset Coal Canal. Join us on the walk this Sunday and see if you can trace its route.
20/03/2015 22:54@swagramblers