Talk on Somerset's lost pubs and cider houses at Radstock Museum
A talk on the vanished pubs, ale and cider houses of Somerset proved so popular with visitors to Radstock Museum that it will repeated on Tuesday, March 5.
Local historian Martin Horler first gave the talk for the first time last month, and the museum was so crowded that lots of listeners had to stand and some even had to be turned away.
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Museum manager and curator Nick Turner said: "We want to apologise to people who missed it, but Martin will give it again - and it could be even better."
The audience was captivated by Martin Horler's description of all the pubs, ale and cider houses which have disappeared from the local scene in recent decades, leaving towns and villages without great places for socialising, gossip and pub sports.
The repeated talk, part of the museum's popular Bygone Days series on local history will be given at 7.30pm on March 5. The talk on village shops which was scheduled for that night will now be given in the autumn.