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About Our Online Shop

 

In 2019, Love Somerset Online launched an online shop.

Editor-in-Chief Kate has designed and created a number of pieces which reflect her love of Somerset.

 

And every single sale raises money for a number of fantastic Somerset charities.

Kate has also collaborated with some of Somerset’s most talented makers and creatives to bring you a range of exclusive, one-of-a-kind products, many of which can only be found on Love Somerset Online. 

Love Somerset Online's core product range is growing all the time, as is the number of unique collaborations, and Kate is always working on new designs – just drop her an email if you’re interested in getting involved and want to find out more.

We're supporting Somerset with every sale.

About Our Magazine

 

Love Somerset Online is an independent online magazine that celebrates Somerset’s people, places and products.

It was established in 2016 by Kate, a journalist, editor and broadcaster, and strives to showcase just how proper lush the county is.

Whether you make candles in Cheddar, bunting in Burnham, or mosaics in Minehead, Love Somerset Online wants to shout about your creative talent.

We also share news, events and goings-on from across the county – there’s so much happening!

You can also keep up to date with Love Somerset Online on social media: Instagram | Facebook Twitter 

About Our Editor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hello! I’m Kate, a journalist, editor and broadcaster with 20-years experience in the industry.

I have worked at the BBC, ITV, Heart and Sky Sports News, and in every type of media – from radio and TV to online and print.

I’ve lived in Somerset for most of my life and set up Love Somerset Online in 2016 to showcase and celebrate the county’s people, places and products.

Our Love Somerset Online shop stocks a wide-range of Somerset products and supports Somerset with every sale.

I love the seaside, dogs, and alliteration, and am partial to a good gin and tonic.

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