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'Land Ahoy!':


When Mike Lamble's mother moved to Bridgwater to be near his sister in the mid-1980s, he says he had never heard of the place.


Mr Lamble put his mother's flat on the market in April 2005 for £120,000. A year later, it is still for sale, and the price has been reduced to £105,000. "Property does appear to be sticking here," he says. "I can't say I've even had someone come along and say 'I'll give you £90,000 for it.' "

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