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Whitchurch village is a small parish of just over 500 properties and just over 1000 electors, located in Bath and North East Somerset, just south east of Bristol & west of Bath. Please use the map link to view the village location. There has been a Parish Council in the village since 1894.Whitchurch village has a pub, primary school, playfield, cemetery, community centre, two churches and many businesses. The Parish is bisected by the busy A37 road.
A friendly town set in the wide valley between the Brendon and Blackdown Hills, Wellington gave its name to the famous 'Iron Duke', victor of the Battle of Waterloo. The 175ft column built on the scarp edge of the Blackdowns was erected in his honour: at night it is an illuminated landmark for miles around.
Tucked away on the edge of Exmoor National Park, this tiny town boasts award-winning restaurants amongst the independent shops and historic houses that line the high street.
Shoscombe parish lies close to the south eastern boundary of Peasedown St John marked out by the bypass that encircles its southern edge.
Stroll through the cosy town centre and stop at one of the many charming cafés. History buffs will be fascinated with the local area: nursery rhymes including Jack and Jill, Little Jack Horner and Ring o’ Roses are all thought to have originated around Midsomer Norton.
The village of Nether Stowey is an ideal base for exploring the Quantock Hills – England’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – as its famous former resident Samuel Taylor Coleridge discovered more than 200 years ago.
The ‘bridge’ in the name of this town gives a clue to its influence in the days when transport by water and rail was more common than today when the motorway takes most of the traffic. Highbridge, as a market town, grew up around the bridge over the Brue and served numerous communities including those on the nearby peat moors.
Frome’s accessibility makes it ideal for a day shopping the independent stores on beautiful Catherine Hill or discovering the famous Frome Independent Sunday market.
Radstock is renowned as one of the best preserved former coal-mining towns in England which is the basis of its conservation status. Much more can be learnt with a visit to Radstock Museum which houses a range of exhibits, giving visitors the opportunity to immerse themselves in the town’s industrial and social history.
The maker of big business including fashion house Mulberry and cider maker Brothers, today Shepton offers luxury outlet shopping, internationally-recognised country shows and one of the oldest prisons in the UK, now open to the public.
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