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Things to do in Allerford

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Ranked #1 of 4 attractions in Allerford
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Nature and Parks
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Ranked #2 of 4 attractions in Allerford
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks
Owner description: West Country Blacksmiths are a group of extremely talented Blacksmiths, metalworkers, designers and engineers who have come... more » Owner description: West Country Blacksmiths are a group of extremely talented Blacksmiths, metalworkers, designers and engineers who have come together to form a formidable metalworking team offering a huge range of premium services from the National Trust forge known as Allerford Forge. Allerford Forge is based int he beautiful village of Allerford on the Holincote Estate on the edge of Exmoor in Somerset, which is an area of outstanding natural beauty. The teams work is also a thing of beauty, producing some of the finest metalwork for both local and national project from there forge, using the traditional coal forge which blacksmiths have used for centuries. As part of the vast range of services the team offer, the forge continues to offer a traditional 'blacksmiths down the road.' service which repairs this and fixes that for locals, which most communities have lost over the years. the forge also boasts a onsite gallery displaying pictures of the teams work and a number of interesting items available to purchase. The forge is a fully working forge and through you can not enter the building, you can still see the team at work though the doors and windows, whilst also seeing a local smith working the traditional coal forge. « less
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Ranked #3 of 4 attractions in Allerford
Category: Museums
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Ranked #4 of 4 attractions in Allerford
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Nature and Parks
Exotic birds perform with the indigenous bird population.
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