An experienced wikipedian, I have particular interests in the geography, history and architecture of South West England.

About MeEdit

I was born in Ramsgate & brought up in Margate went to the University of Surrey and then trained as a nurse at Frimley Park Hospital before undertaking various courses and jobs in Accident and Emergency in the National Health Service. Qualifications from Bournemouth University and London South Bank University followed along with jobs for the NHS and University of Sheffield. Until my retirement I worked for the University of the West of England.

I am now living in Cotswolds close to our narrowboat on the River Thames having moved from the Chew Valley, south of Bristol. I'm also a member of the Cotswold Canals Trust , Royal Society for the Protection of Birds and various other bodies. All edits I make to wikipedia, wikicommons, etc are my individual contribution and do not represent any other organisation I am a member of. I am a Trustee of Wikimedia UK.

I have four kids with very varied ages and interests, who have all used Wikipedia for homework! Hobbies include juggling, Real ale and travel.

Find out more at RodSpace.

Personal to do list (help welcome)Edit

  • Suggestion : Create articles for all Grade I listed buildings and churches in Stroud District

Subject matter you might find me writing aboutEdit

Most of my edits are to articles about South West England, and tend to be about geography, industrial or architectural history and related topics but also relate to other areas of interest and places I've travelled to. I'll edit almost anything as I come across it.

To help I have quite a few books about South West England (particularly Somerset). If you want me to look anything up in them for wikipedia articles just let me know.

My history and activity on wikimediaEdit

You can find statistics on my editing activity here I made my first edit on 29 October 2004 and as of 12 March 2006 had made 973 edits, including getting one article, Chew Valley Lake to Featured Article Status. During the next few months edits increased (am I becoming a Wikipediholic?) and by July 2006 had over 2000 edits with another article Chew Valley making it to Featured Article Status and a couple of others gaining Good article status. By October 2006 the count was over 4000 edits and two lists List of Sites of Special Scientific Interest in Somerset and Locks on the Kennet and Avon Canal having achieved featured status. Various edits also made it into the Did you know section. During the later part of 2006 and early 2007 my editing activity increased, particularly around the Mendip Hills, Wikipedia:WikiProject Bristol, particularly Buildings and architecture of Bristol and I also joined Wikipedia:WikiProject UK Waterways. By April 2007 I passed the 9000 edit mark, and helped make Mendip Hills a featured article and Grade I listed buildings in Bristol a featured list.

My 10,000th edit was the start of a new article on the Bristol Byzantine architectural style and happened on 19 May 2007, and the 11,000th to update my userbox of Good Articles to 8 following the promotion of Somerset Levels on 6 July 2007. 12,000 – 15,000 went past in a hurry during August (although I was on holiday & at a conference in Brisbane where I edited Queensland Maritime Museum among others). September and October 2007 were mostly related to the creation of Wikipedia:WikiProject Somerset and the initial assessment of approximately 2000 articles. During October 2007 Buildings and architecture of Bristol became the fourth article on which I had done serious editing to become a Featured article.

The start of 2008 saw Exmoor and Somerset achieving FA status and on 3 February I passed 20,000 edits while creating stubs for villages on the Somerset WikiProject "to do" list. Edits around 22,000 and 23,000 were work on the new Wikipedia:WikiProject Museums particularly setting up templates and guidelines for the initial assessment of thousands of articles.

24,000->28,000 edits went past with mostly low level editing, particularly to stubs within Somerset but I did manage to get a few more DYKs & GAs, and maintenance tasks for Wikipedia:WikiProject Somerset and Wikipedia:WikiProject UK geography. One specific achievement during that period was getting Physical geography of Somerset to Featured topic status. 28,000->33,000 included getting all parishes in Somerset to at least start class, and creating new articles (with accompanying DYKs etc which took me past the 50 DYK mark) while working on getting List of Grade I listed buildings in West Somerset to featured list status.

33,000–36,000 continued in much the same way with DYKs going past 60 and with 5 of the lists at List of Grade I listed buildings in Somerset becoming featured. I also joined the new WP:HSITES. Reaching 37,000 edits included completing the creation or improvement of the articles for all Grade I listed buildings in Somerset and getting the lists of them to FL.

The 40,000 edit mark was during December 2009 and included getting Grade I listed buildings in Somerset to GA and getting all of these to Featured Topic, and various other maintenance and development work almost exclusively relates to Somerset articles. Edits 40-45,000 involved a personal challenge to get all settlements in Somerset with over 5,000 population to GA and getting River Parrett to FA along with various other edits to Somerset geography, museum and similar articles, including more DYKs.

45,000-50,000 continued in the same vein including getting Sweet Track to FA and nearly completing the challenge of getting settlements in Somerset with over 5,000 population to GA and various further DYKs. I also helped get WikiProject Wiltshire up and running and started some articles for churches under the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. My 50,000th edit was putting up List of churches preserved by the Churches Conservation Trust in South West England.

Me with Jimmy Wales, Bristol 13 January 2011. Photo by User:Jezhotwells

In January 2011 I got an opportunity to meet Jimmy Wales and local wikipedians in Bristol and attend his public talk at the Victoria Rooms. One of the purposes of the day, apart from celebrating wikipedia's 10th birthday was to encourage outreach and as part of that I was interviewed by BBC Focus and the New Statesman. The city council has webcast the talk - my question is at 53:22. There are also videos of interviews with MartinPoulter, Ghmyrtle and myself on the same day

On March 19th I participated in the first Bristol Wiki Academy. (see my blog post). From October 2011 to June 2012 I took a wikibreak as my wife needed major surgery for a brain tumour and my elderly father had multiple admissions to hospital and then I needed to help him move into a nursing home and sell his house. Editing continued for the rest of 2012 (although at a slower rate) continuing mostly on Somerset related articles, including keeping an eye on the cleanup list and converting lots of stub articles to start class.

Editing continued in much the same vein during 2013 but included participation in the WikiCup for the first time (reaching round 3). I also got quite heavily involved in the UKs first participation in the Wiki Loves Monuments competition, not just uploading several hundred photographs but also helping with the preparation of suitable lists using appropriate templates etc.

Participants in the Train the trainers workshop

I again participated in the Wikicup during 2014. At the beginning of February I attended a weekend workshop organised by Wikimedia UK to "Train the Trainers", as part of an initiative to accredit volunteers to run training for other potential editors across a range of projects. It was held in Cardiff deliberately to enable those living in Wales and the south west of England to participate. Most of 2014 went past with further editing of Somerset articles and in October I passed the landmark of editing wikipedia for more than ten years.

In 2015 I again participated in the wikicup progressing to the final for the first time, but loosing a a (600pt) FAC got bogged down in a complex discussion about copyright/fair use, ownership and legal status between wp and commons. A significant piece of work (larger than I initially thought) was to review all the FAs I have nominated years ago to ensure they still meet current FA criteria and standards. I agreed to do a workshop for Wikimedia UK which was held at the University of Exeter in July. For this purpose I have set up another account at User:Rodw (training) without all the gadgets and changes I have made to this account over the last 10 years. In September I attended the first Wikipedia Science Conference. In October I was nominated as Editor of the Week, an unexpected honour. I agreed to act as trainer for an event at Gloucester Archives in November.

I decided not to enter the wikicup in 2016 and have tackled the cleanup listings for Somerset and Bristol getting them from 400+ tagged articles to less than 100 each. Bristol achieved FA status on 31 December 2015 and appeared as TFA on 7 March 2016 for which I did some promotional press releases and interviews. During the summer I helped to set up and then took part in the The West Country Challenge. In 2017 I continued with articles about the local area and again took part in the WikiCup, withdrawing in the third round after my daughter suffered a spinal injury and my time became more limited. As well as continuing my usual content contributions, I started doing more to resolve the massive disambiguation backlogs. After being used as an example in the debates about vetting and the Optional RfA candidate poll/Poll candidate search, I put myself up in the system and received very positive comments from a range of editors. My 100,000th edit was to create the article for the Church of St Mary, Cheddon Fitzpaine. In November 2017 I was recruited, at short notice, as a stand in judge for The Core Contest. At the end of the year I was also recruited to help out with backlogs at New pages patrol and Articles for creation. By the end of the year my edit count was up to 117,000 as lots of the edits are fairly minor. 2018 continued in much the same way with one or two side projects including leading a workshop for medieval historians at the University of Winchester.

In 2018 and 2019 I got seriously into efforts to reduce the number of disambiguation links putting my edit count over 200,000 by June when I got involved with Wikipedia:Glastonbury 2019, a project trying to get photographs of loads of artists at Glastonbury Festival. I also decided I should stand for the Wikimedia UK Board election at the 2019 AGM, held at the Watershed on 13 July and I am grateful for the votes which got me elected. It will take a while to get "up to speed with this, but if there are issues you want brought to the attention of the board please let me know. In March 2020 I participated in the The Great Britain and Ireland Destubathon. Having moved house in January 2020, I joined WikiProject Gloucestershire and started to expand it by identifying relevant articles which were not included and particularly tackling the county cleanup list. As part of my disambiguation work I was involved in a RFC and a proposal on the community wichlist survey. In the first part of 2021 I participated in the pilot wikilearn course on partnership building on moodle. The rest of the year mainly consisted of disambiguating. My 500,000th edit was during March 2022.

My (out of date) wp picture gallery - see also my contributions on commons.

Real name: Rod Ward Email: Home page: Location: Chew Valley, UK
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My GeographyEdit

My travels

Places I've drawn a pay-cheque:  
Places I've visited for work:                      
Places I've slept overnight, holidayed or partied in:                          
Template purloined from Trident13 who shimmied it away from Bucketsofg who plagiarized it from Grutness who lifted idea from Moriori who half-inched from Calton who nicked it from Salsb who stole it from Guettarda who borrowed it from White Cat

Awards etcEdit

Shiny things

It gives me great pleasure to present this Genghis Khan Edition Conquest of the Wiki World Triple Crown to Rodw, who is the sixth person to receive this award. Keep up the fantastic work! Freikorp (talk) 04:15, 12 September 2015 (UTC)
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The ASCII barnstar of awesomeness

I just wanted to say that I was very proud to see a fellow Wikipedian being so helpful without being asked. A fine example we should all try and emulate. Have an ASCII barnstar! Best, Neil  15:30, 9 November 2007 (UTC)

Special edition triple crown

Congratulations, Rodw is the first winner of the 2008 triple crown race!

Your Fleet-fingered Majesty, thank you very much for disproving the better/cheaper/faster theory by doing superb editing work lickety-split and free licensing it. Now all of Wikipedia's readers will need to take speed reading lessons to catch up with you. ;) DurovaCharge! 23:11, 18 March 2008 (UTC)

Awarded to Rodw, who scored the most points for Featured and Good Topics in any individual round of the 2015 WikiCup. Figureskatingfan (talk · contribs), Sturmvogel 66 (talk · contribs) and Miyagawa (talk · contribs) Miyagawa (talk) 19:54, 8 November 2015 (UTC)
Five years!--Gerda Arendt (talk) 11:56, 3 June 2017 (UTC)
I am pleased to present you with this Steeplechase Triple Crown award for your featured contributions to Wikipedia. Well done. Freikorp (talk) 09:19, 10 April 2015 (UTC)
In recognition of your participation in the 2013 Wikipedia:WikiCup, in which you reached round 3, the quarter-finals. J Milburn (talk · contribs) and The ed17 (talk · contribs) 12:02, 3 November 2013 (UTC)
Five or more years have passed since Bath, Somerset, Buildings and architecture of Bristol, and 40 other articles you nominated were promoted, so it's my pleasure to award you this Timeless Alexander the Great Edition Triple Laurel Crown. Well done. Freikorp (talk) 09:35, 10 April 2015 (UTC)
Awarded to Rodw, who finished in 8th place in the 2015 WikiCup. Figureskatingfan (talk · contribs), Sturmvogel 66 (talk · contribs) and Miyagawa (talk · contribs) 19:38, 8 November 2015 (UTC)
Awarded to Rodw, who scored the most points for Good Articles in any individual round of the 2015 WikiCup. Figureskatingfan (talk · contribs), Sturmvogel 66 (talk · contribs) and Miyagawa (talk · contribs) 20:05, 8 November 2015 (UTC)

  The 50 DYK Medal   
For your efforts in creating or contributing to 50 DYKs, I award you this medal. Wear it with pride. Chris (talk) 02:58, 19 March 2009 (UTC)
  The Geography Barnstar
For all your tireless and impeccable work on the geography of Chew Valley, Somerset and the United Kingdom! Keep it up, we need you! – Jza84 · (talk) 16:16, 12 November 2007 (UTC)
  The Random Acts of Kindness Barnstar
Thanks for all your work helping me promote my first good article, Worlebury Camp. I'm pretty sure I would not have been able to do it without you. Thanks again!
Reaper Eternal (talk) 01:55, 25 December 2010 (UTC)
  The Original Barnstar
I can't tell you how impressed I am with your contributions, esp. the recent series on Somerset archeological sites. I wish we had a Thomas Hardy-award for you. Drmies (talk) 19:35, 6 February 2011 (UTC)
  The Featured Article Medal
Given the number of FAs you have created, this appears to be long overdue. Very Well done. MrMedal (talk) 15:02, 14 May 2011 (UTC)
  The Featured List Medal
Given the number of FLs you have created, this also appears to be long overdue. Very Well done.MrMedal (talk) 15:02, 14 May 2011 (UTC)
  The Special Barnstar
For your exceptional efforts to write Somerset and Bristol articles to a high standard and for creating decent articles on missing Somerset villages, geo features and buildings. If only we could clone you for other English counties!! ♦ Dr. Blofeld 17:23, 20 July 2011 (UTC)
  The Good Article Barnstar
Thanks Rodw for helping to make Bath Abbey a Good Article. Keep up the good work. Sp33dyphil "Ad astra" 03:29, 29 September 2011 (UTC)
  The 100 DYK Creation and Expansion Medal
Many congratulations are in order, as you have become one of the few Wikipedians to contribute one hundred or more newly created or expanded articles to the Main page in the "Did you know?" section. You have made a huge impact on our coverage of Somerset, in particular, and are a great asset to the encyclopedia. Moonraker (talk) 23:09, 13 October 2011 (UTC)
  The Original Barnstar
A belated thank you for helping to raise Ely, Cambridgeshire to GA status --Senra (talk) 13:06, 1 January 2012 (UTC)
  Project Somerset
Thank you for the profound coverage of your area, beginning with the "oldest road in the world", and for your activity in the related project, a sweet track, --Gerda Arendt (talk) 08:12, 3 June 2012 (UTC)
  The Good Article Barnstar
For your contributions to bring Barrington Court to Good Article status. Thanks, and keep up the good work! -- Khazar2 (talk) 15:10, 1 May 2013 (UTC)
  The Teamwork Barnstar
Good on you, Rodw! Amandajm (talk) 10:52, 12 July 2013 (UTC)
  The Quarter Million Award
For your contributions to bring Somerset (estimated annual readership: 301,000) to Featured Article status, I hereby present you the Quarter Million Award. Congratulations, and thanks for all you do for Wikipedia's readers! Ritchie333 (talk) (cont) 11:35, 15 November 2013 (UTC)
  The Quarter Million Award
For your contributions to bring Bath, Somerset (estimated annual readership: 451,000) to Featured Article status, I hereby present you the Quarter Million Award. Congratulations, and thanks for all you do for Wikipedia's readers! Ritchie333 (talk) (cont) 11:35, 15 November 2013 (UTC)
  The Barnstar of Inland Inundation
What a wonderful and much needed article. Consider yourself awash with praise! Martinevans123 (talk) 16:57, 1 March 2014 (UTC)
  The Writer's Barnstar
Thank you for your quality improvement project on Magna Carta, and for improving Wikipedia's coverage related to WP:Human rights. Much appreciated. — Cirt (talk) 02:23, 22 January 2015 (UTC)
  The Cast-Iron Engineering Barnstar
Awarded for bringing the article on Stembridge Mill, High Ham up to Good Article status. Mjroots (talk) 16:40, 7 June 2015 (UTC)
  Paladin of Hampshire County Historic Places
Rod, it is my sincere pleasure to hereby name you a Paladin of Hampshire County Historic Places in recognition of your thoughtful review and appreciated guidance, which resulted in the promotion of Capon Chapel to Featured Article status. This article is the first Hampshire County subject and only the sixth West Virginia-related subject to receive this status. Thank you for helping to bring awareness to Hampshire County's historic landmarks! -- West Virginian (talk) 10:56, 12 July 2015 (UTC)
  The Good Article Barnstar
Rodw, I hereby award you The Good Article Barnstar for your outstanding work in improving Westonzoyland Pumping Station Museum to Good Article status. Thank you for your continued efforts to illustrate the Listed buildings of England. -- West Virginian (talk) 11:29, 25 August 2015 (UTC)
  The Portal Barnstar
The Portal Barnstar is awarded to Wikipedians who have made significant contributions to topic portals.
For your work on the Bristol Portal, I award you the Portal Barnstar. -- John of Reading (talk) 20:42, 30 August 2015 (UTC)
  The Original Barnstar
For almost getting the 5 millionth article with Church of St Mary, Compton Dando! ♦ Dr. Blofeld 13:03, 1 November 2015 (UTC)
  The Special Barnstar
For almost making 5 millionth article. It shouldn't really matter who "won", but somehow, apparently, it does... Samsara 13:08, 1 November 2015 (UTC)
  The Half Million Award
For your contributions to bring Bristol (estimated annual readership: 628,943) to Featured Article status, I hereby present you the Half Million Award. Congratulations on this rare accomplishment, and thanks for all you do for Wikipedia's readers! Yash! 11:18, 25 February 2016 (UTC)
  The Special Barnstar
I've been very impressed Rod with the way you've quickly set about the task of setting up this new contest. What would have normally taken weeks has largely been done in a few days. Having this level of energy and input is very promising indeed, we'll need it for running such a contest haha. It's a lot of work but if the results are anywhere near as good it will have been worth it! Drawing up these lists is important anyway, even beyond the contest. So keep up the great work Rod and here's to a productive contest!♦ Dr. Blofeld 19:13, 14 May 2016 (UTC)
  The West Country Challenge: Bronze Medal
Congratulations on finishing 3rd place in the West Country Challenge. Great work throughout the whole contest. And you won £30 for the effort too! ♦ Dr. Blofeld 09:40, 5 September 2016 (UTC)
  The Special Barnstar
You're an amazing editor Rod, fantastic stuff!! ♦ Dr. Blofeld 17:11, 6 October 2016 (UTC)
  The Original Barnstar
Great work on all the de-stubing. Thanks. Philafrenzy (talk) 10:36, 15 October 2016 (UTC)
  The Super Disambiguator's Barnstar
The Super Disambiguator's Barnstar is awarded to the winners of the Disambiguation Pages With Links monthly challenge, who have gone above and beyond to remove ambiguous links.
This award is belatedly presented to Rodw, for successfully fixing 1431 links in the Bonus List Championship of July 2017.
Looks like you're well on the way to winning both of the February 2018 Challenges :-D Have you considered signing up to Category:Wikipedians who fix disambiguation pages with links and Category:WikiProject Disambiguation members? Narky Blert (talk) 00:08, 5 February 2018 (UTC)
  The Disambiguator's Barnstar
The Disambiguator's Barnstar is awarded to Wikipedians who are prolific disambiguators.
Thanks for resolving all those Isaiah Thomas's—Bagumba (talk) 11:58, 18 February 2018 (UTC)
  The 2017 Cure Award
In 2017 you were one of the top ~250 medical editors across any language of Wikipedia. Thank you from Wiki Project Med Foundation for helping bring free, complete, accurate, up-to-date health information to the public. We really appreciate you and the vital work you do! Wiki Project Med Foundation is a user group whose mission is to improve our health content. Consider joining here, there are no associated costs.
  The Barnstar of Diligence
Thanks for catching that link issue on the Visakha page Wikiman5676 (talk) 01:25, 12 September 2018 (UTC)
  The Pyramid Barnstar of Eternal Grooviness
Insanely jealous..... . What a great idea!!

Give Nick and Los Straitjackets my kindest regards!! Martinevans123 (talk) 20:21, 21 June 2019 (UTC)

  The Original Barnstar
Thanks for your dab work on Battle of Weymouth. Nice to still see your name popping up on my Watchlist after all this time. Looking through your user page, I see that you've been plenty busy! Keep up all the good work, and know that it is always appreciated. Harrias talk 21:27, 25 September 2019 (UTC)
  The Original Barnstar
Happy New Year, Rodw! You are receiving this barnstar because, according to this Wikipedia database query, you were the #5 most thanked Wikipedian of 2019, with 1344 entries in Special:Log/thanks during 2019. Congratulations, and, well, thank you for your contributions!   Cheers to 2020. Mz7 (talk) 01:17, 1 January 2020 (UTC)
  The Original Barnstar
Thanks for the help. Kont Dracula (talk) 23:38, 24 May 2020 (UTC)
  The Original Barnstar
Hello, Rodw! You are receiving this barnstar because, according to this database query, you were the #4 most thanked Wikipedian of 2020, with 1716 entries in Special:Log/thanks! Thank you again for your contributions!   Mz7 (talk) 21:54, 13 January 2021 (UTC)
  The Minor Barnstar
Minor edits are often-overlooked, but essential, contributions to Wikipedia. The Minor Barnstar is awarded for making minor edits of the utmost quality. Thanks Rodw. your awesome. Infinitepeace (talk) 01:48, 25 March 2021 (UTC)
  The Tireless Contributor Barnstar
Thanks for disambiguating links, you're making a difference. Ratnahastin(t.c) 03:39, 21 July 2021 (UTC)
The Kind Collaborator Award
I just wanted to say...THANK YOU for your efforts!

Your work is very much appreciated as is your understanding
why I removed the wikilinks. Your thank you to me left a good
impression. It's nice to know that we have collaborators like
you working to improve and help build the encyclopedia.
Happy Editing!! Atsme 💬 📧 12:58, 7 August 2021 (UTC)

  The Original Barnstar
Hey Rod,

Thank you for your time during the AdaLoveLace Edit-A-Thon.

Cmwaura (talk) 16:31, 13 October 2021 (UTC)

 Here is a semihemidemibarnstar for Cleaning up my mess
  The Disambiguator's Barnstar
The Disambiguator's Barnstar is awarded to Wikipedians who are prolific disambiguators.
I've been thinking of awarding this to you for a little bit. You seem to be the current epitome of "prolific disambiguator;" one day, I hope to be as good as you are.
I dream of horses (Contribs) (Talk) 11:33, 9 February 2022 (UTC)
  The Tireless Contributor Barnstar
For your significant contributions over the years.... Keep it going! Volten001 02:14, 19 April 2022 (UTC)
  The Tireless Contributor Barnstar
I wanted to let you know I noticed you cleared the disambiguation links on Border town without spamming you with WP:THANKS. I dream of horses (Contribs) (Talk) 21:37, 30 June 2022 (UTC)
  The Malta Barnstar of National Merit
This award is given to Rodw for his edits on Society for Effecting the Abolition of the Slave Trade keep up the amazing work!

Achievements in the format for "Crown Awards"Edit


working towards Genghis Khan Edition Conquest of the Wiki World Triple Crown upgrade from Alexander the Great Edition Triple Laurel Crown (and all previous)

Rodw DYKs (use wikilinks for each article)
  1. Arno's Court Triumphal Arch (24 March 2007),
  2. Aveline's Hole (118),
  3. Babington, Somerset (168),
  4. Banwell Castle (255),
  5. Bathwick Hill, Bath (248),
  6. Barrow Court (15 Oct 2013),
  7. Beckington Castle (12 May 2011),
  8. Bilbie family (157),
  9. Bishop's Palace, Wells (186),
  10. Brean Down, (nom),
  11. Brent Knoll Camp (30 January 2011),
  12. Bridgwater Bay (235),
  13. Bridgwater War Memorial (22 September 2012),
  14. Brislington House (nom),
  15. Bristol Byzantine (143),
  16. Bruce Tunnel (90),
  17. Bruton Dovecote (nom),
  18. Building of Bath Museum (175),
  19. Buildings and architecture of Bath (248),
  20. Burnett, Somerset (20 January 2011),
  21. Burnham-on-Sea Low lighthouse (12 May 2010),
  22. Burnham-on-Sea High Lighthouse (12 May 2010),
  23. Burnham-on-Sea Round Tower (12 May 2010),
  24. Chandos Glass Cone (nom),
  25. Chapel Cleeve Manor (Nom),
  26. Chard Museum (29 May 2010),
  27. Charlcombe (119),
  28. Chavonnes Battery (29 September 2010),
  29. Cheddar Palace (6 June 2014),
  30. Cheddar Yeo (255),
  31. Church of St Bartholomew, Yeovilton (28 Feb 2013),
  32. Church of St Mary, Abbas and Templecombe (7 April 2014),
  33. Church of St Mary Magdalene, Chewton Mendip (241),
  34. Church of St Mary, West Harptree (4 February 2014),
  35. Church of St Michael, Princetown (25 October 2010),
  36. Church of St Nicholas and the Blessed Virgin Mary, Stowey (30 March 2014),
  37. Church of St Peter, Williton (7 March 2014),
  38. Church of St Peter and St Paul, Wincanton (23 March 2014),
  39. Church of St Philip and St James, Norton St Philip (2 February 2014),
  40. Church of the Holy Trinity, Newton St Loe (2 March 2014),
  41. Cothelstone Manor (244),
  42. Council House, Bristol (85),
  43. Clapton Court (Nom),
  44. Crook Peak to Shute Shelve Hill (78),
  45. The Cross Bath, Bath (247),
  46. Crowcombe (188),
  47. Culbone (181),
  48. Dowlish Wake (223),
  49. Dundas Aqueduct (89),
  50. Dyrham Park (Nom),
  51. Ebbor Gorge (4 January 2015),
  52. Fairfield, Stogursey (Nom),
  53. Farleigh Hungerford Castle (245),
  54. Freshford Manor (nom),
  55. Frome Hoard (13 July 2010),
  56. Gants Mill (234),
  57. Garston Lock (90),
  58. Gatcombe, Somerset (9 May 2011),
  59. Gaulden Manor (5 Jan 2013),
  60. The George Inn, Norton St Philip (244),
  61. Glastonbury Lake Village (188),
  62. Grotto at Goldney House (129),
  63. Gournay Court (nom),
  64. Hadspen house and garden (190),
  65. Harold St George Gray (nom),
  66. Ham Hill Hillfort (15 February 2011),
  67. Hestercombe House (124),
  68. Hinkley Point C nuclear power station (231),
  69. Horseshoe Bend, Shirehampton (78),
  70. John Billingsley (219),
  71. Land Yeo (8 May 2011),
  72. Lilstock (198),
  73. List of churches preserved by the Churches Conservation Trust in Southwest England (3 November 2010),
  74. List of English Heritage properties in Somerset (nom),
  75. List of local nature reserves in Somerset (nom),
  76. List of National Trust properties in Somerset (nom),
  77. Lytes Cary (244),
  78. Manor House, Chew Magna (nom),
  79. Market Cross, Cheddar (nom),
  80. Marston Bigot (168),
  81. Maunsel House (19 April 2014),
  82. Meare Lake Village (18 February 2011),
  83. Meare Pool (234),
  84. Mendip Hospital (Nom),
  85. Midford Castle (200),
  86. Montacute Priory (246),
  87. Nailsea Court (243),
  88. Nailsea Glassworks (nom)
  89. National Nautical School (nom)
  90. Observatory, Bristol (139),
  91. Octagon Chapel, Bath (246),
  92. Old Church of St Nicholas, Uphill (7 August 2010),
  93. Old Orchard Street Theatre (20 February 2011),
  94. Packhorse Inn (Nom),
  95. Pawlett, Somerset (173),
  96. Pensford Viaduct (20 February 2014),
  97. Porlock Bay (233),
  98. Portbury Ashlands (13 May 2010),
  99. Poundisford Park (243),
  100. Priddy Nine Barrows and Ashen Hill Barrow Cemeteries (26 April 2014),
  101. Prior Park (nom),
  102. Prior Park Landscape Garden (nom),
  103. Purton Hulks (nom),
  104. RAF Weston-super-Mare (2 February 2011),
  105. Red Lodge Museum, Bristol (126),
  106. Royal Fort House (131),
  107. Royal West of England Academy (86),
  108. Saltford Brass Mill (24 Sept 2011),
  109. Saltford Manor House,
  110. Sealing the Tomb (nom)
  111. Selworthy (202),
  112. Sharpham (105),
  113. Scheduled monuments in Somerset (nom),
  114. Simonsbath (190),
  115. Simonsbath House (3 May 2010),
  116. Somerset Coal Canal (93),
  117. Somerset Coalfield (101),
  118. Somerset Cricket Museum (29 June 2010),
  119. Somerset Hospital (Cape Town) (29 September 2010),
  120. Start Point Lighthouse (162),
  121. St Andrew's Church, Chew Stoke (148),
  122. St John's Hospital, Bath (247),
  123. St John the Baptist Church, Inglesham (18 October 2010),
  124. St Mary Magdalene, Taunton (243),
  125. St Mary's Church, Wilton (11 October 2010),
  126. St Mary the Virgin, Tarrant Crawford (27 October 2010),
  127. Stokeleigh Camp (7 February 2011),
  128. Sydney Gardens (20 June 2013),
  129. Telescopic Bridge, Bridgwater (DYK nom),
  130. The Abbot's Fish House, Meare (DYK nom},
  131. Temple of Harmony (100),
  132. Theatre Royal, Bath (DYK nom),
  133. The Exchange, Bristol (85),
  134. The Hanging Chapel (246),
  135. The Tribunal, Glastonbury (DYK nom),
  136. Tithe Barn, Pilton (234),
  137. Transport in Somerset (248),
  138. Trout Inn, Lechlade (DYK nom),
  139. Turner Contemporary (248),
  140. Ulley Reservoir (151),
  141. Underfall Yard (169),
  142. Urchinwood Manor (Nom),
  143. Ven House (246),
  144. Vicars' Close, Wells (242),
  145. Vivary Park (252),
  146. Wheal Eliza Mine (2 April 2014),
  147. Winter flooding of 2013–14 on the Somerset Levels (9 March 2014),
  148. Woodspring Priory (nom),
  149. Wookey Hole Caves (12 June 2014),
  150. Wraxall Court (Nom),
  151. Writhlington (200)
  1. Agapemonites (Diff),
  2. Ashton Court (Diff),
  3. Barrington Court (Diff),
  4. Bath (Diff),
  5. Bath Abbey (Diff),
  6. Bath Assembly Rooms (Diff),
  7. Beckford's Tower (Diff).
  8. Birnbeck Pier (Diff),
  9. Bishop's Palace, Wells (Diff),
  10. Blackdown Hills (Diff),
  11. Blagdon Lake (Diff),
  12. Blaise Castle Estate (Diff),
  13. Brean Down (Diff),
  14. Bridgwater (Diff),
  15. Bridgwater and Taunton Canal (Diff),
  16. Bridgwater Bay (Diff),
  17. Brislington House (Diff),
  18. Bristol (Diff),
  19. Bristol Cathedral (Diff),
  20. Bristol Harbour (Diff)
  21. Bristol Temple Meads railway station (Diff),
  22. Bruton Dovecote (Diff),
  23. Buildings and architecture of Bath (Diff),
  24. Burnham-on-Sea (Diff),
  25. Burrow Mump (Diff),
  26. Cadbury Camp (Diff),
  27. Cadbury Castle, Somerset (Diff)
  28. Chard, Somerset (Diff),
  29. Cheddar (Diff),
  30. Cheddar Gorge (Diff),
  31. Chew Magna (Diff),
  32. Claverton Pumping Station (Diff),
  33. Cleeve Abbey (Diff),
  34. Clevedon (Diff),
  35. Clevedon Court (Diff),
  36. Clevedon Pier (Diff),
  37. Cleveland Pools (Diff),
  38. Clifton Suspension Bridge (Diff),
  39. Coleridge Cottage (Diff),
  40. Crewkerne (Diff),
  41. Crook Peak to Shute Shelve Hill (Diff),
  42. Dolebury Warren (Diff),
  43. Dovecot at Blackford Farm (Diff),
  44. Dunkery Hill (Diff),
  45. Dunster ([1]),
  46. Dunster Butter Cross (Diff),
  47. Dunster Castle (Diff),
  48. Dunster Working Watermill (Diff),
  49. Dyrham Park (Diff)
  50. Ebbor Gorge (Diff)
  51. Exmoor (Diff),
  52. Farleigh Hungerford Castle (Diff),
  53. Flat Holm (Diff),
  54. Frome (Diff),
  55. Fyne Court (Diff),
  56. Gallox Bridge, Dunster (Diff).
  57. Geology of Somerset (Diff),
  58. Glastonbury (Diff),
  59. Glastonbury Abbey (Diff),
  60. Glastonbury Canal (Diff),
  61. Glastonbury Lake Village (Diff),
  62. Glastonbury Tor (Diff),
  63. Grade I listed buildings in Somerset (diff),
  64. Grand Western Canal (Diff),
  65. Hestercombe House ([2]),
  66. History of Somerset (Diff),
  67. History of timekeeping devices (Diff),
  68. HM Prison Shepton Mallet (Diff),
  69. Holnicote Estate ([3]),
  70. Kennet and Avon Canal (Diff),
  71. Keynsham (Diff),
  72. King Alfred's Tower (Diff),
  73. King John's Hunting Lodge, Axbridge (Diff),
  74. Leigh Court (Diff),
  75. Leigh Woods National Nature Reserve (Diff),
  76. Lundy (Diff),
  77. Lytes Cary (Diff),
  78. Magna Carta (Diff),
  79. Midsomer Norton (Diff),
  80. Minehead (Diff),
  81. Monmouth Rebellion (Diff),
  82. Montacute House (Diff),
  83. Muchelney Abbey (Diff),
  84. Nailsea (Diff),
  85. Nailsea Court (Diff),
  86. Nettlecombe Court (Diff),
  87. Portishead, Somerset (Diff),
  88. Prior Park (Diff),
  89. Prior Park Landscape Garden (Diff),
  90. Pulteney Bridge (Diff),
  91. Purton Hulks (Diff)
  92. Quantock Hills (Diff),
  93. Radstock (Diff),
  94. River Avon (Bristol) (Diff),
  95. River Brue (Diff),
  96. River Parrett (Diff),
  97. River Tone (Diff),
  98. Roman Baths (Bath) (Diff),
  99. Royal Crescent ([4]),
  100. Sand Point and Middle Hope (Diff),
  101. Scheduled monuments in Somerset (Diff),
  102. Shepton Mallet (Diff),
  103. Sir Bevil Grenville's Monument (Diff),
  104. Solsbury Hill (Diff),
  105. Somerset (Diff),
  106. Somerset Coal Canal (diff),
  107. Somerset Coalfield (diff),
  108. Somerset Levels (Diff),
  109. Somerton (Diff),
  110. South West Coast Path (Diff),
  111. SS Great Britain (Diff)
  112. St Andrew's Church, Chew Stoke (Diff),
  113. St Catherine's Court (Diff),
  114. St Mary Redcliffe (Diff),
  115. Stanton Drew stone circles (Diff),
  116. Steep Holm (Diff),
  117. Stembridge Mill, High Ham (Diff),
  118. Stoke sub Hamdon Priory (Diff),
  119. Ston Easton Park (Diff),
  120. Stoney Littleton Long Barrow (Diff),
  121. Street, Somerset (Diff),
  122. Sweet Track (Diff),
  123. Sutton Court (Diff),
  124. Sydney Gardens (Diff),
  125. Taunton (Diff),
  126. Theatre Royal, Bath (Diff),
  127. The Abbot's Fish House, Meare (Diff)
  128. The Exchange, Bristol (Diff),
  129. The Priest's House, Muchelney (Diff),
  130. The Tribunal, Glastonbury (Diff),
  131. Tintinhull Garden (Diff)
  132. Treasurer's House, Martock (Diff)
  133. Tyntesfield (Diff),
  134. Vicars' Close, Wells (Diff),
  135. Victoria Rooms, Bristol (Diff),
  136. Walton and Ivythorn Hills (Diff),
  137. Watchet (Diff),
  138. Wellington, Somerset (Diff),
  139. Wellington Monument, Somerset (Diff),
  140. Wells (Diff),
  141. Wells Cathedral (Diff),
  142. West Pennard Court Barn (Diff),
  143. West Somerset Mineral Railway (Diff),
  144. Westhay Moor (Diff),
  145. Weston-super-Mare (Diff),
  146. Westonzoyland Pumping Station Museum (Diff),
  147. Woodspring Priory (Diff),
  148. Wookey Hole Caves (Diff),
  149. Worlebury Camp (Diff),
  150. Yarn Market, Dunster (Diff)
  151. Yeovil (Diff)
  1. Bath (FAC),
  2. Bristol (FAC),
  3. Buildings and architecture of Bristol (FAC),
  4. Chew Stoke (FAC),
  5. Chew Valley (FAC),
  6. Chew Valley Lake (FAC),
  7. Exmoor (FAC),
  8. Kennet and Avon Canal (FAC),
  9. River Parrett (FAC),
  10. Mendip Hills (FAC),
  11. Somerset (FAC),
  12. Somerset Levels (FAC),
  13. Sweet Track (FAC),
  14. Wells Cathedral (FAC)
  15. Grade I listed buildings in Bath and North East Somerset (FLC),
  16. Grade I listed buildings in Bristol (FLC),
  17. Grade I listed buildings in Mendip (FLC),
  18. Grade I listed buildings in North Somerset (FLC),
  19. Grade I listed buildings in Sedgemoor (FLC),
  20. Grade I listed buildings in South Somerset (FLC),
  21. Grade I listed buildings in Taunton Deane (FLC),
  22. Grade I listed buildings in West Somerset (FLC),
  23. Grade II* listed buildings in North Somerset (FLC),
  24. Grade II* listed buildings in Sedgemoor (FLC),
  25. Grade II* listed buildings in Taunton Deane (FLC),
  26. Grade II* listed buildings in West Somerset (FLC),
  27. Grade II* listed buildings in Mendip (FLC)
  28. List of churches preserved by the Churches Conservation Trust in Southwest England (FLC),
  29. List of civil parishes in Somerset (FLC),
  30. List of ecclesiastical parishes in the Diocese of Bath and Wells (FLC),
  31. List of hill forts and ancient settlements in Somerset (FLC),
  32. List of locks on the Kennet and Avon Canal (FLC),
  33. List of English Heritage properties in Somerset (FLC),
  34. List of local nature reserves in Somerset (FLC)
  35. List of museums in Somerset (FLC),
  36. List of National Trust properties in Somerset (FLC),
  37. List of scheduled monuments in Bath and North East Somerset (FLC)
  38. List of scheduled monuments in Mendip (FLC)
  39. List of scheduled monuments in North Somerset (FLC)
  40. List of scheduled monuments in Sedgemoor (FLC)
  41. List of scheduled monuments in South Somerset (FLC)
  42. List of scheduled monuments in Taunton Deane (FLC)
  43. List of scheduled monuments in West Somerset (FLC)
  44. List of Sites of Special Scientific Interest in Somerset (FLC)
  45. List of national nature reserves in Somerset (FLC)
  46. Physical geography of Somerset (FT archive Sept 2008),
  47. Grade I listed buildings in Somerset (FT archive Nov 2009)
  48. Scheduled monuments in Somerset (FT archive July 2015
  49. Portal:Somerset (archive)
  50. Portal:Bristol (archive)
  51. File:Wells Cathedral in the reflecting pool in the grounds of the Bisops Palace.jpg (FPC)