Do you know where this week’s Mystery Photo was taken?
Can you guess where this week's Mystery Photograph was taken?
Thanks to everyone who has been in touch with us throughout last week to give their answers for the Mystery Photograph, including the people that live there! It was taken in Kilmersdon.
Well done to: Frankie Ford, Paul Hancock, Rita Beeho, Bill and Ivy Sheppard, Jean Edwards, Valerie Rogers, Les Box and Hannah Selway, Janet Gilham, Sally Bown, Eric Brain, Jeff Parsons, Mary Hunt, Andrew Thayer and last but not least, Jacqui and Barry Butt who have lived at the Thatched Cottage in Kilmersdon for 36 years and have sent us a photograph of the scene today.
They think the photograph may have been taken in the early 1900s.
A big thank you to them – and also to Radstock Museum for supporting the feature.
If you think you know where this week’s Mystery Photograph was taken and would like a mention, please email: [email protected]
The Museum is now open 2 pm – 5 pm every day except for Mondays and 11 am –
5 pm on Saturdays.
Entry remains free until the end of August with donations welcome towards the cost of running the Museum.
A Covid-safe Summer Holiday trail has been produced as a free activity for local children and their families.
Hunt around the museum to find the answers to the quiz questions and you might win a small prize!
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