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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

», February 14th 2011

Heavy rain failed to stop SWAG walkers completing seven mile walk from Burnham-On-Sea to Brent Knoll

» Somerset County Gazette, January 14th 2010

Canal walk clears the cobwebs

» January 2010

28 young walkers from SWAG and the Devon Bootlegs joined forces to conquer the Wellington Monument

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At 148ft tall, Cranmore Tower is a familiar landmark in the Mendips. Come and see why on our walk this Sunday.
21/01/2015 21:09@swagramblers

During the English Civil War, Ilchester was the scene of several skirmishes. Join us on Sunday to see the countryside they were fighting for
16/01/2015 07:54@swagramblers

Happy New Year to our SWAGgers and followers. We have a full 4 month walks programme, so you have no excuse not to join us at some point!
01/01/2015 11:45@swagramblers

In 2007, Yeovil council were the first in the country to ban Heelys. However, there's still lots to explore by foot this Sunday.
18/12/2014 23:11@swagramblers

According to records, Porlock has the most elderly population in Britain. Come on our walk this Sunday and let's lower that average. :-)
11/12/2014 23:17@swagramblers

There have been signs of mining on the Mendips dating back centuries. Discover iron workings near the start of Sunday's walk in Mells.
06/12/2014 15:02@swagramblers