Wilkie May and Tuckwood is an independent agent with eight offices in Somerset and Devon.
The expanding Bridgwater branch prides itself on its professional approach to customer satisfaction by providing a dedicated and reliable service. We focus on managing your house sale smoothly and efficiently. Our staff are caring, friendly and approachable and you can expect the best possible service from them.
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paragraphNick Hale - Branch PartnerHaving worked in Bridgwater for over a quarter of a century and spent many happy years of my youth in the delightful village of Enmore the expansion I have witnessed of Bridgwater is phenomenal. EDF, Morrisons, Muller Wisemans Dairy and Gerber have all expanded in the area helping to create jobs and a vibrant community. This has resulted in a large number of new housing developments including Stockmoor Village, Wilstock Village, Northern Distibutor Road and the most recent of all at Kings Down. Bridgwater offers something for everyone - a busy Retail Park plus shopping precinct, primary schools, four secondary schools - two of which have been re-built to incorporate two state of the art 1610 sports centres one with a swimming pool - restaurants and a cinema. To help with the ever expanding community Bridgwater has a new hospital, located on the east side of the town. Bridgwater has a rich and colourful history, not least for the association with the Duke of Monmouth and the Battle of Sedgemoor in 1685 and of course, is home to the largest illuminated street carnival in Europe. The town is sheltered to the west by the Quantock Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, where many rural pursuits are enjoyed including rambling, sailing at Durleigh reservoir, fly fishing at Hawkridge reservoir. We also boast a well-established 18 hole Enmore Park golf club with its imposing mock Tudor club house and practice grounds. The close by village of Cannington also enjoys an 18 hole golf course with new members welcome. The Bridgwater and Taunton canal offers an excellent cycle route and has the Somerset Space Walk which depicts our Solar System as a true scale model and runs the entire 15 mile (22 km) length of the Canal. If you do not feel energetic you can always enjoy the tea garden at the lock. Bridgwater offers main line links via Bridgwater Railway Station with trains to the north, south and London. There are two M5 motorway junctions allowing convenient commuter and leisure access to Bristol, Taunton and the south coast together with a regular superfast coach service to London. The international airports at Bristol and Exeter are both accessible within an hour from our town.