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Chard is a friendly town in the rolling green hills of the Somerset countryside, close to the border with Devon. Fore Street is the town’s shopping district and has many great places to shop including a variety of independent and family-owned businesses. Chard is a town that’s full of history and sites of interest, but there’s one face that you will certainly recognize as the town is also the home of Henry the hoover. But not to worry, the local food and culture scenes certainly don’t suck! Try popping in to the Candlelight Inn, a beautiful old pub that serves great food.
Chard is not short of beautiful scenery in and around the town. The local reservoir is a nature reserve and offers plenty of opportunities to spot wildlife, especially rare birds. The town is also located just to the east of the Blackdown Hills area of natural outstanding beauty. Making Chard the perfect hub for walks and hikes in this picturesque landscape. If you have little ones, the Forde Abbey and Gardens is another great day out. While the town has no rail links, the local schools are good. If you’re moving in Chard, reallymoving can help you find the best surveyors in the region.
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