“Strickland has finished his Indian Service, and lives now at a place in England called Weston-super-Mare, where his wife plays the organ in one of the churches.”
“Weston-super-Mare FC can go slightly better, having been let off the hook three times in four years.”
“Trail of disasters Seaside landmarks and their fates1994: Birnbeck, Weston-super-Mare”
“The first, slowest one, shows the technical rehearsal in a theater in Weston-super-Mare using Peter McIntosh's set depicting the living-room of a country home on Monday, Jan. 14.”
“It's more This Is Your Life than standup, but Cleese proves a better tour guide than he was a hotelier, leading us along the promenade of wartime Weston-super-Mare and up to the giddy heights of 1960s and 70s entertainment.”
“It's not often you can combine seeing a rare and exotic bird with the weekly shop, especially in the unlikely surroundings of a supermarket in Weston-super-Mare.”
“History will want to know if, in a crowded field of campaigners, Nick Clegg should be allowed to own this victory, or David Cameron, or Keith Vaz, or Lord Dubs or whether, given his longer-term commitment to women's rights, it is the senior feminist Lord Archer of Weston-super-Mare, who can claim to be the true face of opposition to male-preference primogeniture.”
“The website hotels.com said it experienced a 983% rise in searches involving top British seaside destinations, including Bournemouth and Weston-super-Mare.”
“Another kind of frontier to your right is the urban edge of Weston-super-Mare, held back only by the golf course from invading the village of Uphill.”
“What they said about Weston-super-Mare "Weston-super-Mare has had one of the fastest rates of new housing development in Western Europe in the last 20 years," MP John Penrose.”
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