List of civil parishes in Somerset

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Districts of Somerset
Areas shown in yellow are the unitary authorities and those in pink are districts administered by Somerset County Council
Map of Somerset. North Somerset and Bath and North East Somerset are shown in yellow, while the other districts are in pink.
1 South Somerset
2 Taunton Deane
3 West Somerset
4 Sedgemoor
5 Mendip
6 Bath and North East Somerset (Unitary)
7 North Somerset (Unitary)

The ceremonial county of Somerset, England is divided into 417 areas known as civil parishes, which are subnational entities forming the lowest unit of local government in England. Parishes arose from Church of England divisions, and were given their current powers and responsibilities by the Local Government Act 1894.[1] The Local Government Act 1972 retained civil parishes in rural areas. Many former urban districts and municipal boroughs were replaced by new successor parishes; urban areas that were considered too large to be single parishes became unparished areas.[2]

The county of Somerset consists of a non-metropolitan county administered by Somerset County Council, divided into five districts and two unitary authorities. The districts of Somerset are West Somerset, South Somerset, Taunton Deane, Mendip and Sedgemoor. The two administratively independent unitary authorities, which were established on 1 April 1996 following the break-up of the county of Avon, are North Somerset and Bath and North East Somerset. These unitary authorities include areas that were part of Somerset before the creation of Avon in 1974.[3]

The city of Bath is the largest centre of population in Bath and North East Somerset. Areas of the city that were formerly within the Bath County Borough are now unparished, but the rest of the authority is divided into 49 parishes. All of North Somerset, the other unitary authority, is covered by its 39 parishes ranging from the village Loxton with a population of 192,[4] to the town of Weston-super-Mare with 76,143 inhabitants.[4]

South Somerset is the largest of Somerset's five districts, covering an area of 958 square kilometres (370 sq mi) from the borders with Devon and Dorset to the edge of the Somerset Levels.[5] It has a population of about 156,100.[5] The largest settlement in the district is Yeovil, with a population of 30,378.[6] Part of Taunton formerly within Taunton Municipal Borough is unparished, but the rest of Taunton Deane is divided into 49 parishes. Tolland has just 81 residents,[7] compared to the town of Wellington which has 12,979.[7] West Somerset is a largely rural area, with a population of 35,712[8] in an area of 740 square kilometres (290 sq mi).[9] According to figures released by the Office for National Statistics in 2009, the population of West Somerset has the oldest average age of any district in the United Kingdom at 52,[10] living in 43 parishes with 11,981 living in its most populous town, Minehead.[6] Sedgemoor has 54 parishes ranging in population from Greinton with 71[11] to Bridgwater with 33,698.[11] The Mendip district covers a largely rural area of 738 square kilometres (285 sq mi),[12] ranging from the Mendip Hills through on to the Somerset Levels. It has a population of about 108,300,[12] living in 62 parishes, the largest of which, Frome has 24,510 residents;[13] the smallest, Sharpham has a population of 71.[13]

History[edit]

Parishes arose from Church of England divisions, and were originally purely ecclesiastical divisions. Over time they acquired civil administration powers.[14] The Highways Act 1555 made parishes responsible for the upkeep of roads. Every adult inhabitant of the parish was obliged to work four days a year on the roads, providing their own tools, carts and horses; the work was overseen by an unpaid local appointee, the Surveyor of Highways. The poor were looked after by the monasteries, until their dissolution. In 1572, magistrates were given power to 'survey the poor' and impose taxes for their relief. This system was made more formal by the Poor Law Act 1601, which made parishes responsible for administering the Poor Law; overseers were appointed to charge a rate to support the poor of the parish.[15] The 19th century saw an increase in the responsibility of parishes, although the Poor Law powers were transferred to Poor Law Unions.[16] The Public Health Act 1872 grouped parishes into Rural Sanitary Districts, based on the Poor Law Unions; these subsequently formed the basis for Rural Districts.[17] Parishes were run by vestries, meeting annually to appoint officials, and were generally identical to ecclesiastical parishes,[18] although some townships in large parishes administered the Poor Law themselves; under the Parishes Act 1882, all extra-parochial areas and townships that levied a separate rate became independent civil parishes.[19]

Civil parishes in their modern sense date from the Local Government Act 1894, which abolished vestries; established elected parish councils in all rural parishes with more than 300 electors; grouped rural parishes into Rural Districts; and aligned parish boundaries with county and borough boundaries.[19] Urban civil parishes continued to exist, and were generally coterminous with the Urban District, Municipal Borough or County Borough in which they were situated; many large towns contained a number of parishes, and these were usually merged into one. Parish councils were not formed in urban areas, and the only function of the parish was to elect guardians to Poor Law Unions; with the abolition of the Poor Law system in 1930 the parishes had only a nominal existence.[20] The Local Government Act 1972 retained civil parishes in rural areas, and many former Urban Districts and Municipal Boroughs that were being abolished, were replaced by new successor parishes; urban areas that were considered too large to be single parishes became unparished areas.[21]

Current position[edit]

Recent governments have encouraged the formation of town and parish councils in unparished areas, and the Local Government and Rating Act 1997 gave local residents the right to demand the creation of a new civil parish.[22] A parish council can become a town council unilaterally, simply by resolution;[21] and a civil parish can also gain city status, but only if that is granted by the Crown.[21] The chairman of a town or city council is called a mayor.[21] The Local Government and Public Involvement in Health Act 2007 introduced alternative names: a parish council can now chose to be called a community; village; or neighbourhood council.[23]

Bath and North East Somerset[edit]

The area of the city of Bath which was part of Bath County Borough is unparished.

Image Name Status Population Former local authority Coordinates Refs
Yellow stone building, with porch with triangular roof in front. Short square tower with battelements toped by flag and flag pole. Gray gravestones in the foreground Bathampton Civil parish 1,603 Bathavon Rural District 51°23′N 2°19′W / 51.39°N 2.32°W / 51.39; -2.32 (Bathampton) [24][25]
White fronted buildings with windows with small panes of glass. Shop signs for fish and chips and a pub. Postbox on the pavement in front of the buildings separated by black railings. Batheaston Civil parish 2,735 Bathavon Rural District 51°25′N 2°19′W / 51.41°N 2.31°W / 51.41; -2.31 (Batheaston) [26][25]
Street scene with yellow stone houses on the left and trees showing above a wall on the right Bathford Civil parish 1,759 Bathavon Rural District 51°23′N 2°18′W / 51.39°N 2.30°W / 51.39; -2.30 (Bathford) [27][25]
Side of stone building with arched windows, partially obscured by trees. Gravestones in the foreground Cameley Civil parish 1,292 Clutton Rural District 51°19′N 2°34′W / 51.32°N 2.56°W / 51.32; -2.56 (Cameley) [28][29]
Square grey tower of stone church building, partially obscured by trees. Red roofed lych gate to right. Grass and gravestones in the foreground Camerton Civil parish 655 Bathavon Rural District 51°19′N 2°27′W / 51.32°N 2.45°W / 51.32; -2.45 (Camerton) [30][25]
Gray building with tower at the near end. Trees to right. Gravestones in front Charlcombe Civil parish 422 Bathavon Rural District 51°25′N 2°22′W / 51.41°N 2.36°W / 51.41; -2.36 (Charlcombe) [31][25]
Gray stone building. Prominent square tower with arched window, topped by small slate pyramidal roof. Left and right of the building are yew trees amongst gravestones. Chelwood Civil parish 148 Clutton Rural District 51°21′N 2°31′W / 51.35°N 2.52°W / 51.35; -2.52 (Chelwood) [32][29]
Street scene showing road junction and grey stone buildings with parked cars in front of them. To the left is a grassy area with a tree. Chew Magna Civil parish 1,149 Clutton Rural District 51°22′N 2°37′W / 51.37°N 2.61°W / 51.37; -2.61 (Chew Magna) [33][29]
multiple buildings with red and grey roofs nestled amongst trees. Church tower to the left. Foreground is grassy fields and hedgerows. Background is hills. Chew Stoke Civil parish 991 Clutton Rural District 51°21′N 2°38′W / 51.35°N 2.64°W / 51.35; -2.64 (Chew Stoke) [34][29]
Gray stone building with slate roof. Attached to the right is a wooden structure over water, partially obscured by trees Claverton Civil parish 115 Bathavon Rural District 51°23′N 2°19′W / 51.38°N 2.31°W / 51.38; -2.31 (Claverton, Somerset) [35][25]
Stone building, partially obscured by trees. Red brick tower with horizontal stripe pattern surmounted by battlements. Clutton Civil parish 1,602 Clutton Rural District 51°20′N 2°32′W / 51.33°N 2.54°W / 51.33; -2.54 (Clutton, Somerset) [36][29]
Semicircular stone steps, partially obscured by trees. Water to the left Combe Hay Civil parish 147 Bathavon Rural District 51°20′N 2°23′W / 51.34°N 2.38°W / 51.34; -2.38 (Combe Hay) [37][25]
Gray stone building with arched windows. Square tower topped with spirelet, flagpole and weather vane. Foreground has small trees and bushes and a wooden rail fence. Compton Dando Civil parish 579 Keynsham Urban District 51°23′N 2°31′W / 51.38°N 2.51°W / 51.38; -2.51 (Compton Dando) [38][39]
In the foreground are a stone wall and road. Beyond is an area of water surrounded by trees and white fronted houses. Compton Martin Civil parish 508 Clutton Rural District 51°19′N 2°39′W / 51.31°N 2.65°W / 51.31; -2.65 (Compton Martin) [40][29]
Gray stone building with small square tower and pyramidal roof. Grassy foreground with a cross and gravestones Corston Civil parish 494 Bathavon Rural District 51°23′N 2°26′W / 51.39°N 2.44°W / 51.39; -2.44 (Corston, Somerset) [41][25]
White caravan on grassy bridge, surrounded by small trees and shrubs Dunkerton Civil parish 502 Bathavon Rural District 51°20′N 2°25′W / 51.33°N 2.41°W / 51.33; -2.41 (Dunkerton, Somerset) [42][25]
Red and grey stone building with arched windows and triangular roof. Behind is a small square tower East Harptree Civil parish 644 Clutton Rural District 51°18′N 2°37′W / 51.30°N 2.62°W / 51.30; -2.62 (East Harptree) [43][29]
Roofs of houses visible amongst green fields and hedgerows. Large rock in the foreground. Englishcombe Civil parish 318 Bathavon Rural District 51°22′N 2°25′W / 51.36°N 2.41°W / 51.36; -2.41 (Englishcombe) [44][25]
Gray stone building with square tower at left hand end. Grass and gravestones in the foreground. Farmborough Civil parish 1,035 Clutton Rural District 51°20′N 2°29′W / 51.34°N 2.48°W / 51.34; -2.48 (Farmborough) [45][29]
Gray stone building with square tower at far end. Grass and gravestones in the foreground. Farrington Gurney Civil parish 901 Clutton Rural District 51°17′N 2°32′W / 51.29°N 2.53°W / 51.29; -2.53 (Farrington Gurney) [46][29]
Yellow stone building with grey slate roof and grey chimney, surrounding by houses and trees. In the foreground is a path with a high stone wall and vegetation. Freshford Civil parish 551 Bathavon Rural District 51°20′N 2°19′W / 51.34°N 2.31°W / 51.34; -2.31 (Freshford) [47][25]
Grey stone building on 3 bays with a square stone tower at near end of central bay. To the left is a porch with slate roof. In front is a yew tree and gravestones behind a stone wall separating it from a road. High Littleton Civil parish 2,104 Clutton Rural District 51°19′N 2°31′W / 51.32°N 2.51°W / 51.32; -2.51 (High Littleton) [48][29]
Church tower seen arising behind stone buildings with tile roofs, one of which has a pub sign. Foreground is grass Hinton Blewett Civil parish 308 Clutton Rural District 51°19′N 2°35′W / 51.31°N 2.58°W / 51.31; -2.58 (Hinton Blewitt) [49][29]
Gray stone building with small square tower at left hand end. In the foreground is grass with a small tiled memorial. Hinton Charterhouse Civil parish 515 Bathavon Rural District 51°20′N 2°19′W / 51.33°N 2.32°W / 51.33; -2.32 (Hinton Charterhouse) [50][25]
Stone building with tower to right hand side. In front is a wall separating the building from the road. Kelston Civil Parish 248 Bathavon Rural District 51°24′N 2°26′W / 51.40°N 2.43°W / 51.40; -2.43 (Kelston) [51][25]
Street scene showing shops on left and right, with cars and vans on road. On the left hand pavement is a sign saying welcome to Keynsham high street. Keynsham Town 15,641 Keynsham Urban District 51°25′N 2°29′W / 51.41°N 2.49°W / 51.41; -2.49 (Keynsham) [52][39]
Top of ower with spirelets seen behind trees. In the foreground is grass and gravestones Marksbury Civil parish 397 Bathavon Rural District 51°22′N 2°29′W / 51.36°N 2.48°W / 51.36; -2.48 (Marksbury) [53][25]
A river running between pavements with railings. Shops behind Midsomer Norton Town
10,997
Norton Radstock 51°17′N 2°29′W / 51.28°N 2.48°W / 51.28; -2.48 (Midsomer Norton) [54][55]
The roofs of houses and farm buildings in a green valley. Trees in the foreground Monkton Combe Civil parish 554 Bathavon Rural District 51°22′N 2°20′W / 51.36°N 2.33°W / 51.36; -2.33 (Monkton Combe) [56][25]
Gray stone building with tower at right hand end surmounted by a small spirelet, partially obscured by trees. Nempnett Thrubwell Civil parish 177 Clutton Rural District 51°20′N 2°41′W / 51.34°N 2.68°W / 51.34; -2.68 (Nempnett Thrubwell) [57][29]
Reddish brown building with tower nearest the camera. Trees to left and right Newton St Loe Civil parish 681 Bathavon Rural District 51°23′N 2°26′W / 51.38°N 2.43°W / 51.38; -2.43 (Newton Saint Loe) [58][25]
The roofs of a row of houses amongst green fields. Norton Malreward Civil parish 246 Clutton Rural District 51°23′N 2°34′W / 51.39°N 2.57°W / 51.39; -2.57 (Norton Malreward) [59][29]
Large conical black mound with trees in the foreground Paulton Civil parish 5,302 Clutton Rural District 51°19′N 2°30′W / 51.31°N 2.50°W / 51.31; -2.50 (Paulton) [60][29]
Gray stone building on the left with a pub sign outside it. A road is central to the picture with a white coloured building on the right. Peasedown St John Civil parish 6,446 Bathavon Rural District 51°19′N 2°26′W / 51.32°N 2.44°W / 51.32; -2.44 (Peasedown St John) [61][25]
Gray building with arched windows. Square tower surmounted by a weather vane. Gravestones and crosses in grass in the foreground separated from the road by a stone wall. Priston Civil parish 232 Bathavon Rural District 51°20′N 2°26′W / 51.34°N 2.44°W / 51.34; -2.44 (Priston) [62][25]
Gray stone bridge with two arches over water. The central pillar is on a small island. Trees to the left and right and behind the bridge. Publow with Pensford Civil parish 1,119 Clutton Rural District 51°22′N 2°33′W / 51.37°N 2.55°W / 51.37; -2.55 (Publow with Pensford) [63][29]
Large wheel on brick tower. Radstock Town
5,620
Norton Radstock Town Council 51°17′24″N 2°26′52″W / 51.29°N 2.4477°W / 51.29; -2.4477 (Westfield) [64][55]
Gray stone building with red tiled roof, partially obscured by a hedge. A square tower is at the far end. The foreground includes several crosses and gravestones. Saltford Civil parish 4,073 Keynsham Urban District 51°24′N 2°28′W / 51.40°N 2.46°W / 51.40; -2.46 (Saltford) [65][39]
Several houses, many with white walls and red roofs nestling in a green valley with occasional trees. Shoscombe Civil parish 443 Bathavon Rural District 51°18′N 2°25′W / 51.30°N 2.41°W / 51.30; -2.41 (Shoscombe) [66][25]
Gray stone building with prominent four stage tower at the right hand end. To the left is a large yew tree. Southstoke Civil parish 460 Bathavon Rural District 51°21′N 2°22′W / 51.35°N 2.36°W / 51.35; -2.36 (Southstoke) [67][25]
Gray stone building with square tower behind. In the foreground are green fields and bushes. Stanton Drew Civil parish 787 Clutton Rural District 51°22′N 2°35′W / 51.37°N 2.58°W / 51.37; -2.58 (Stanton Drew) [68][29]
The roofs of many houses can be seen in a green valley with several trees. Stowey-Sutton Civil parish 1,361 Clutton Rural District 51°20′N 2°35′W / 51.34°N 2.59°W / 51.34; -2.59 (Stowey-Sutton) [69][29]
The roofs of several houses can be seen nestling in a green valley with lots of trees. Swainswick Civil parish 265 Bathavon Rural District 51°25′N 2°21′W / 51.41°N 2.35°W / 51.41; -2.35 (Swainswick) [70][25]
Gray three bay building with arched windows. Tower behind and gravestones in the foreground. Timsbury Civil parish 2,624 Clutton Rural District 51°20′N 2°29′W / 51.33°N 2.48°W / 51.33; -2.48 (Timsbury, Somerset) [71][29]
Gray stone building with square tower surmounted by a spire on the left. Surrounded by trees and green fields. Ubley Civil parish 331 Clutton Rural District 51°19′N 2°41′W / 51.32°N 2.68°W / 51.32; -2.68 (Ubley) [72][29]
The roofs of many houses, and a church spire can be seen in a green valley with several trees. Wellow Civil parish 529 Bathavon Rural District 51°19′N 2°22′W / 51.32°N 2.37°W / 51.32; -2.37 (Wellow, Somerset) [73][25]
Westfield Shops, Wells Road, Radstock - geograph.org.uk - 431126.jpg Westfield Civil parish
5,854
Norton Radstock Town Council 51°17′24″N 2°26′53″W / 51.29°N 2.448°W / 51.29; -2.448 (Westfield) [74][55]
Street scene with a church and spire central to the picture. To the right is a yellow building with a pub sign. To the left is a large tree with a signpost in front. Several cars. West Harptree Civil parish 439 Clutton Rural District 51°19′N 2°38′W / 51.31°N 2.63°W / 51.31; -2.63 (West Harptree) [75][29]
Gray stone building with arched windows. A central tower has a clock on the near face and is surmounted by a weather vane. Whitchurch Civil parish 1,354 Bathavon Rural District 51°25′N 2°34′W / 51.41°N 2.56°W / 51.41; -2.56 (Whitchurch) [76][25]

Mendip[edit]

The whole of the district is parished.

Image Name Status Population[13] Former local authority Coordinates Refs
Gray stone building with square tower at left hand end. Foreground includes grass area with gravestones, taken over the top of metal railings. Ashwick Civil parish 1,352 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°14′N 2°31′W / 51.23°N 2.52°W / 51.23; -2.52 (Ashwick) [77][78]
Brown stone building with square tower at the left hand end. In the foreground is a grass area with gravestones. Baltonsborough Civil parish 864 Wells Rural District 51°07′N 2°38′W / 51.11°N 2.64°W / 51.11; -2.64 (Baltonsborough) [79][80]
A row of whitewashed buildings on the left with climbing plants. Small flower filled gardens separate them from a stone wall fronting a road. Batcombe Civil parish 439 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°09′N 2°26′W / 51.15°N 2.44°W / 51.15; -2.44 (Batcombe, Somerset) [81][78]
Street scene showing brown stone houses with tiled roofs. Several parked cars in the road. Beckington Civil parish 983 Frome Rural District 51°16′N 2°17′W / 51.26°N 2.28°W / 51.26; -2.28 (Beckington) [82][83]
Yellow stone building with prominent square tower. Trees to left and right of the path leading to the building. Berkley Civil parish 344 Frome Rural District 51°14′N 2°16′W / 51.24°N 2.27°W / 51.24; -2.27 (Berkley, Somerset) [84][83]
Stone three stage square tower surmounted by a flag pole. To the right are trees and in the foreground grass. Binegar Civil parish 313 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°14′N 2°33′W / 51.24°N 2.55°W / 51.24; -2.55 (Binegar) [85][78]
Street scene showing grey stone houses on the left of a road with a few cars. Buckland Dinham Civil parish 381 Frome Rural District 51°16′N 2°21′W / 51.26°N 2.35°W / 51.26; -2.35 (Buckland Dinham) [86][83]
Grassy area with trees in the foreground and a terrace of stone houses, one white fronted, in the background Butleigh Civil parish 823 Wells Rural District 51°05′N 2°41′W / 51.09°N 2.68°W / 51.09; -2.68 (Butleigh) [87][80]
Stone two bay building with prominent ornamental tower behind Chewton Mendip Civil parish 585 Wells Rural District 51°17′N 2°35′W / 51.28°N 2.58°W / 51.28; -2.58 (Chewton Mendip) [88][80]
Street scene with stone cross on three tier plinth to the left of the road. In the background is a white walled building. Chilcompton Civil parish 2,062 Clutton Rural District 51°16′N 2°30′W / 51.27°N 2.50°W / 51.27; -2.50 (Chilcompton) [89][29]
Stone building with prominent square tower at near end. In the foreground are gravestones and trees to the left and right. Coleford Civil parish 2,313 Frome Rural District 51°14′N 2°27′W / 51.24°N 2.45°W / 51.24; -2.45 (Coleford, Somerset) [90][83]
Stone building with arched porchway. Prominent square tower to the left hand end of building. In the foreground gravestones and crosses on grass. Cranmore Civil parish 667 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°11′N 2°29′W / 51.19°N 2.48°W / 51.19; -2.48 (Cranmore, Somerset) [91][78]
Water flowing through a channel and over a weir between a building and a wall. Vegetation on both sides of the water. Croscombe Civil parish 603 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°12′N 2°35′W / 51.20°N 2.58°W / 51.20; -2.58 (Croscombe) [92][78]
Yellow stone building with central square tower, Foreground is paths through green grass. Ditcheat Civil parish 725 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°08′N 2°32′W / 51.13°N 2.54°W / 51.13; -2.54 (Ditcheat) [93][78]
Gray stone building with two arched porch entrance doors. Separated from road by stone wall. Doulting Civil parish 618 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°11′N 2°31′W / 51.19°N 2.51°W / 51.19; -2.51 (Doulting) [94][78]
Stone building with square tower to left hand end. Foreground shows gravestones in grass area. East Pennard Civil parish 348 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°08′N 2°37′W / 51.14°N 2.62°W / 51.14; -2.62 (East Pennard) [95][78]
Whitewashed building with square tower. Emborough Civil parish 148 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°16′N 2°33′W / 51.26°N 2.55°W / 51.26; -2.55 (Emborough) [96][78]
Street scene. Stone cross on a pillar rising from 5 step plinth. Iron lampost left and right of the road are stone terraced houses. Evercreech Civil parish 2,334 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°08′N 2°31′W / 51.14°N 2.51°W / 51.14; -2.51 (Evercreech) [97][78]
Street scene. Buildings to left and right of narrow road. Frome Town 26,203 Frome Rural District
Frome Urban District
51°14′N 2°19′W / 51.23°N 2.32°W / 51.23; -2.32 (Frome) [98][83]
Red roofs of multiple houses, with some larger white roofs at the far side. Surrounded by trees and grren fields on all sides. Hills on the horizon. Glastonbury Town 8,932 Glastonbury Municipal Borough 51°09′N 2°43′W / 51.15°N 2.71°W / 51.15; -2.71 (Glastonbury) [99][100]
Stone building at the end of narrow lane with water filled ditches on either side. Surrounded by fields and trees. Godney Civil parish 237 Wells Rural District 51°11′N 2°44′W / 51.18°N 2.74°W / 51.18; -2.74 (Godney) [101][80]
Stone two arch bridge over water Great Elm Civil parish 171 Frome Rural District 51°14′N 2°22′W / 51.24°N 2.36°W / 51.24; -2.36 (Great Elm) [102][83]
Stone building with arched windows. Prominent square tower to the right hand end. In the foreground are gravestones in grassy area. Hemington Civil parish 640 Frome Rural District 51°17′N 2°23′W / 51.28°N 2.39°W / 51.28; -2.39 (Hemington, Somerset) [103][83]
Street scene. Road junction with red stop sign. Two cars. The sides of the roads are stone walls with large trees showing above them. Holcombe Civil parish 947 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°14′N 2°28′W / 51.24°N 2.46°W / 51.24; -2.46 (Holcombe, Somerset) [104][78]
Stone building with old metal sign above the door saying Old Post Office, red post box set into the wall and to the left an old blue telephone box. The door is below the level of the road and separated by metal railings. Hanging baskets of flowers on the front of the building. Kilmersdon Civil parish 541 Frome Rural District 51°16′N 2°26′W / 51.27°N 2.44°W / 51.27; -2.44 (Kilmersdon) [105][83]
Gray stone building with square tower at left hand end. In the foreground are gravestones on grass. Lamyat Civil parish 183 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°07′N 2°29′W / 51.12°N 2.49°W / 51.12; -2.49 (Lamyat) [106][78]
Street scene showing a road unction with parked cars. On the left and right are stone houses with trees and fields in the distance. Leigh on Mendip Civil parish 514 Frome Rural District 51°14′N 2°26′W / 51.23°N 2.44°W / 51.23; -2.44 (Leigh-on-Mendip) [107][83]
Stone building with square tower at left hand end. In the foreground are trees and gravestones. Litton Civil parish 240 Clutton Rural District 51°17′N 2°35′W / 51.29°N 2.58°W / 51.29; -2.58 (Litton, Somerset) [108][29]
Cast iron pump with its own tiled roof. Behind are two stone built thatched cottages. Lullington Civil parish 162 Frome Rural District 51°16′N 2°19′W / 51.26°N 2.31°W / 51.26; -2.31 (Lullington, Somerset) [109][83]
Small shop with white surrounds to the windows set in the right hand building of a terrace. Lydford on Fosse Civil parish 511 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°04′N 2°37′W / 51.07°N 2.62°W / 51.07; -2.62 (Lydford-on-Fosse) [110][78]
Yellow stone building with tiled roof and arched doorway. Meare Civil parish 1,304 Wells Rural District 51°10′N 2°46′W / 51.17°N 2.77°W / 51.17; -2.77 (Meare) [111][80]
Street of grey stone houses. The church tower can be seen n the background Mells Civil parish 638 Frome Rural District 51°14′N 2°23′W / 51.24°N 2.39°W / 51.24; -2.39 (Mells, Somerset) [112][83]
Stone church tower with flag pole. In the foreground are gravestones on grass. North Wootton Civil parish 317 Wells Rural District 51°10′N 2°37′W / 51.17°N 2.62°W / 51.17; -2.62 (North Wootton, Somerset) [113][80]
White fronted building with black beams prominent. Over the door is a sign saying The George Inn, Wadworths. Norton St Philip Civil Parish 858 Frome Rural District 51°17′N 2°19′W / 51.29°N 2.32°W / 51.29; -2.32 (Norton St Philip) [114][83]
Ruined stone castle with round towers at each corner. Nunney Civil parish 844 Frome Rural District 51°13′N 2°23′W / 51.21°N 2.38°W / 51.21; -2.38 (Nunney) [115][83]
Long stone building with buttressed walls and red tiled roof. Pilton Civil parish 998 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°10′N 2°35′W / 51.17°N 2.59°W / 51.17; -2.59 (Pilton, Somerset) [116][78]
Large area of green grass with stone farm buildings behind. In the centre is a small thatched wooden building. Priddy Civil parish 624 Wells Rural District 51°15′N 2°41′W / 51.25°N 2.68°W / 51.25; -2.68 (Priddy) [117][80]
Stone building with prominent square tower. Surrounded by trees and with green grass area in the foreground separated from the building by a stone wall. Pylle Civil parish 160 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°08′N 2°34′W / 51.14°N 2.56°W / 51.14; -2.56 (Pylle) [118][78]
Street scene. Triangular area of grass with village sign on wooden post and stone cross behind. Stone houses with tiled roofs n the background. Rode Civil parish 1,025 Frome Rural District 51°17′N 2°12′W / 51.28°N 2.2°W / 51.28; -2.2 (Rode, Somerset) [119][83]
Stone building with square three stage tower at the left hand end. Trees to the right hand gravestones in front. Rodney Stoke Civil parish 1,326 Wells Rural District 51°15′N 2°44′W / 51.25°N 2.74°W / 51.25; -2.74 (Rodney Stoke) [120][80]
Selwood Civil parish 798 Frome Rural District 51°14′N 2°19′W / 51.24°N 2.31°W / 51.24; -2.31 (Selwood, Somerset) [121][83]
Stone buildings seen behind trees and grass area with wooden fence in the foreground. Sharpham Civil parish 130 Wells Rural District 51°08′N 2°46′W / 51.14°N 2.77°W / 51.14; -2.77 (Sharpham) [122][80]
Street scene with buildings on the left and right. In a central position is a stone arched building with a spire. Shepton Mallet Town 10,369 Shepton Mallet Urban District 51°11′N 2°33′W / 51.19°N 2.55°W / 51.19; -2.55 (Shepton Mallet) [123][124]
Stone building with square tower St Cuthbert Out Civil parish 3,749 Wells Rural District 51°11′N 2°41′W / 51.18°N 2.69°W / 51.18; -2.69 (St Cuthbert Out) [125][80]
Gray bstone building with square tower to the left hand end, partially obscured by tree. In the foreground is a stone wall separating the church from the road. Stoke St Michael Civil parish 926 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°13′N 2°29′W / 51.22°N 2.48°W / 51.22; -2.48 (Stoke St Michael) [126][78]
Stone building with square tower. Foreground is grass with gravestones. Ston Easton Civil parish 550 Clutton Rural District 51°17′N 2°32′W / 51.28°N 2.54°W / 51.28; -2.54 (Ston Easton) [127][29]
Gray stone building with square tower. Foreground is grass with gravestones. Stratton on the Fosse Civil parish 1,108 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°15′N 2°29′W / 51.25°N 2.49°W / 51.25; -2.49 (Stratton-on-the-Fosse) [128][78]
Paved shopping street with shops on either side. Green bollards Street Civil parish 11,805 Street Urban District 51°07′N 2°44′W / 51.12°N 2.74°W / 51.12; -2.74 (Street, Somerset) [129][130]
Stone arched bridge with wooden handrail over river. Tellisford Civil parish 182 Frome Rural District 51°17′N 2°17′W / 51.29°N 2.28°W / 51.29; -2.28 (Tellisford) [131][83]
Street scene. Red telephone box and telegraph pole. Stone buildings around road junction. Trudoxhill Civil parish 423 Frome Rural District 51°11′N 2°22′W / 51.19°N 2.37°W / 51.19; -2.37 (Trudoxhill) [132][83]
Stone building with tower beyond field and stone wall. Upton Noble Civil parish 128 Frome Rural District 51°09′N 2°25′W / 51.15°N 2.41°W / 51.15; -2.41 (Upton Noble) [133][83]
White circular building with three windows, surrounded by vegetation. Walton Civil parish 1,106 Wells Rural District 51°08′N 2°46′W / 51.14°N 2.77°W / 51.14; -2.77 (Walton, Somerset) [134][80]
Street scene. Houses to left and right of road junction. Wanstrow Civil parish 489 Frome Rural District 51°10′N 2°25′W / 51.17°N 2.41°W / 51.17; -2.41 (Wanstrow) [135][83]
People at coloured market stalls. Surrounding are houses with the towers of the cathedral visible behind. Wells City 10,536 Wells Municipal Borough 51°13′N 2°39′W / 51.21°N 2.65°W / 51.21; -2.65 (Wells) [136][80]
Yellow stone building with red tiled roof and square tower with short spire. Foreground is grass with gravestones. West Bradley Civil parish 277 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°08′N 2°38′W / 51.13°N 2.64°W / 51.13; -2.64 (West Bradley) [137][78]
Gray stone building with arched windows and square tower. Foreground is grass with gravestones. West Pennard Civil parish 670 Wells Rural District 51°08′N 2°39′W / 51.14°N 2.65°W / 51.14; -2.65 (West Pennard) [138][80]
Stone building with square tower partially obscured by tree. Westbury Civil parish 801 Wells Rural District 51°14′N 2°43′W / 51.24°N 2.71°W / 51.24; -2.71 (Westbury-sub-Mendip) [139][80]
Stone building with archway through it for the road. Steps to wooden doorway on the first floor. Whatley Civil parish 245 Frome Rural District 51°14′N 2°23′W / 51.23°N 2.38°W / 51.23; -2.38 (Whatley, Mendip) [140][83]
A row of cottages, partially obscured by vegetation. In the background is the bell tower of a much large building. Witham Friary Civil parish 399 Frome Rural District 51°10′N 2°22′W / 51.17°N 2.37°W / 51.17; -2.37 (Witham Friary) [141][83]
Two bay building with square tower with spirelet. In the foreground are gravestones in a grassy area. Wookey Civil parish 1,311 Wells Rural District 51°13′N 2°41′W / 51.21°N 2.69°W / 51.21; -2.69 (Wookey) [142][80]

North Somerset[edit]

The whole of the district is parished.

Image Name Status Population Former local authority Coordinates Refs
Stone building with prominent three stage square tower. In the foreground is a grass area and road separated from the church by a stone wall. Abbots Leigh Civil parish 799 Long Ashton Rural District 51°28′N 2°39′W / 51.46°N 2.65°W / 51.46; -2.65 (Abbots Leigh) [4][143]
Road signs with Backwell in black writing on white background and below it another sign saying village of the year South West and Wales regional winner 1997. Backwell Civil parish 4,589 Long Ashton Rural District 51°25′N 2°44′W / 51.41°N 2.73°W / 51.41; -2.73 (Backwell) [4][143]
Stone building with slit windows and battlements. Foreground is road with grass verges. Banwell Civil parish 2,919 Axbridge Rural District 51°19′N 2°52′W / 51.32°N 2.86°W / 51.32; -2.86 (Banwell) [4][144]
Water contained within stone walls to the right of road. In the background stone house with red roof. Barrow Gurney Civil parish 349 Long Ashton Rural District 51°24′N 2°40′W / 51.40°N 2.67°W / 51.40; -2.67 (Barrow Gurney) [4][143]
Church tower surrounded by trees with water in the background. Blagdon Civil parish 1,116 Axbridge Rural District 51°20′N 2°43′W / 51.33°N 2.72°W / 51.33; -2.72 (Blagdon) [4][144]
Square three stage stone tower. To the right is a building with a white wall and in the foreground a parked car. Bleadon Civil parish 1,079 Axbridge Rural District 51°19′N 2°56′W / 51.31°N 2.94°W / 51.31; -2.94 (Bleadon) [4][144]
Brown field being ploughed by multiple red tractors. In the background it a hill with trees. Brockley Civil parish 277 Long Ashton Rural District 51°23′N 2°46′W / 51.39°N 2.76°W / 51.39; -2.76 (Brockley, Somerset) [4][143]
Stone building with arched windows and a square tower. Burrington Civil parish 464 Axbridge Rural District 51°20′N 2°44′W / 51.33°N 2.74°W / 51.33; -2.74 (Burrington, Somerset) [4][144]
Stone building with arched windows and a square tower. Butcombe Civil parish 218 Axbridge Rural District 51°21′N 2°41′W / 51.35°N 2.69°W / 51.35; -2.69 (Butcombe) [4][144]
Multiple houses mostly with red roofs seen in a valley between the vegetation in the foreground and the hills beyond. Churchill Civil parish 2,235 Axbridge Rural District 51°20′N 2°47′W / 51.33°N 2.79°W / 51.33; -2.79 (Churchill, Somerset) [4][144]
Red brick building with tall chimneys. In the foreground is an arched gateway. Clapton in Gordano Civil parish 348 Long Ashton Rural District 51°28′N 2°45′W / 51.46°N 2.75°W / 51.46; -2.75 (Clapton in Gordano) [4][143]
Stone building with arched windows and central square tower.In the foreground are trees and a road. Cleeve Civil parish 902 Long Ashton Rural District 51°23′N 2°46′W / 51.39°N 2.77°W / 51.39; -2.77 (Cleeve, Somerset) [4][143]
Metal pier standing on thin legs rising from the sea. Beach in the foreground Clevedon Town 21,281 Clevedon Urban District 51°26′N 2°51′W / 51.43°N 2.85°W / 51.43; -2.85 (Clevedon) [4][145]
Roofs of houses showing amongst tree with prominent church tower. In the foreground are green fields with hills behind. Congresbury Civil parish 3,497 Axbridge Rural District 51°22′N 2°49′W / 51.37°N 2.81°W / 51.37; -2.81 (Congresbury) [4][144]
Yellow stone church tower above other buildings of the same stone.In the foreground is a grassy field with cows. Dundry Civil parish 829 Long Ashton Rural District 51°23′N 2°38′W / 51.39°N 2.64°W / 51.39; -2.64 (Dundry) [4][143]
Street sign with the words Welcome to Easton in Gordano & Pill. Easton in Gordano Civil parish 4,828 Long Ashton Rural District 51°29′N 2°41′W / 51.48°N 2.69°W / 51.48; -2.69 (Easton in Gordano) [4][143]
Three stage square stone church tower on the left. Red painted building on the right and a rainbow. Flax Bourton Civil parish 715 Long Ashton Rural District 51°25′N 2°43′W / 51.42°N 2.71°W / 51.42; -2.71 (Flax Bourton) [4][143]
Stone cross, with red wreaths, separated from a building behind by metal railings. Hutton Civil parish 2,582 Axbridge Rural District 51°19′N 2°56′W / 51.32°N 2.93°W / 51.32; -2.93 (Hutton, Somerset) [4][144]
Stone church with square tower in the background partially obscured by trees. To the left is a pink painted house with red roof and in the foreground a car and grass area. Kenn Civil parish 431 Long Ashton Rural District 51°25′N 2°50′W / 51.42°N 2.84°W / 51.42; -2.84 (Kenn, Somerset) [4][143]
Square stone tower and red roofed buildings behind a stone wall and partially obscured by trees. Kewstoke Civil parish 1,690 Axbridge Rural District 51°22′N 2°58′W / 51.37°N 2.96°W / 51.37; -2.96 (Kewstoke) [4][144]
Street scene with area between two roads containing trees and stone column behind a white fence. Kingston Seymour Civil parish 388 Long Ashton Rural District 51°23′N 2°52′W / 51.39°N 2.86°W / 51.39; -2.86 (Kingston Seymour) [4][143]
Locking village hall.jpg Locking Civil parish 2,756 Axbridge Rural District 51°20′N 2°55′W / 51.33°N 2.91°W / 51.33; -2.91 (Locking, North Somerset) [4][144]
Yellow painted building fronting the road is nearest the camera. In the background is the square stone tower. Long Ashton Civil parish 6,044 Long Ashton Rural District 51°26′N 2°39′W / 51.43°N 2.65°W / 51.43; -2.65 (Long Ashton) [4][143]
The houses and church of a small village can be seen in the bottom left of the picture. It is surrounded by a patchwork of fields with some trees on a hillside. Large hills in the distance. Loxton Civil parish 192 Axbridge Rural District 51°17′N 2°53′W / 51.29°N 2.89°W / 51.29; -2.89 (Loxton, North Somerset) [4][144]
lots of house roofs, with trees and grass in the foreground and hills in the distance. Nailsea Town 15,630 Long Ashton Rural District 51°26′N 2°46′W / 51.43°N 2.76°W / 51.43; -2.76 (Nailsea) [4][143]
Square stone tower behind churchyard with cross and gravestones. Portbury Civil parish 827 Long Ashton Rural District 51°28′N 2°43′W / 51.47°N 2.72°W / 51.47; -2.72 (Portbury) [4][143]
Multiple buildings including terraces, detached houses and blocks of flats. In the foreground are fields and in the background water and then hills. Portishead and North Weston Town 23,699 Long Ashton Rural District
Portishead Urban District
51°29′N 2°46′W / 51.48°N 2.77°W / 51.48; -2.77 (Portishead and North Weston) [4][143]
Low building with tiled roof and non-vertical square tower, surrounded by trees and with grass in the foreground. Puxton Civil parish 359 Axbridge Rural District 51°22′N 2°51′W / 51.37°N 2.85°W / 51.37; -2.85 (Puxton) [4][144]
White fronted shop with sign saying St Georges News St Georges Civil parish 3,379 Axbridge Rural District 51°22′N 2°54′W / 51.36°N 2.90°W / 51.36; -2.90 (St. Georges, North Somerset) [4][144]
Stone church view from a low angle. The church has a simple tower and there are gravestones in the churchyard surrounding it Tickenham Civil parish 910 Axbridge Rural District 51°26′N 2°48′W / 51.44°N 2.80°W / 51.44; -2.80 (Tickenham) [4][144]
The markings on a road junction around a tree are visible in the foreground, in front of a small shop with Christmas decorations in the window. A red K8 model telephone box and a red post box built into a wall are to the left. Walton in Gordano Civil parish 273 Axbridge Rural District 51°27′N 2°50′W / 51.45°N 2.83°W / 51.45; -2.83 (Walton in Gordano) [4][144]
Stone building with arched windows and square tower. In the foreground is a grass area with gravestones. Weston in Gordano Civil parish 301 Axbridge Rural District 51°28′N 2°47′W / 51.46°N 2.79°W / 51.46; -2.79 (Weston in Gordano) [4][144]
Multiple houses and other buildings around a bay into which a pier projects. On the background are hills. Weston super Mare Town 76,143 Axbridge Rural District
Weston super Mare Municipal Borough
51°21′N 2°58′W / 51.35°N 2.97°W / 51.35; -2.97 (Weston-super-Mare) [4][144]
Stone steps up to a stone shaft which would once have had a cross at the top. To the left are yellow painted houses. To the right is an old stone church with a square tower partially obscured by trees. Wick St Lawrence Civil parish 1,331 Axbridge Rural District 51°23′N 2°55′W / 51.38°N 2.91°W / 51.38; -2.91 (Wick St. Lawrence) [4][144]
Stone building with tiled roof. Sign saying Prince of Waterloo. In the foreground are tables, benches and planters. Winford Civil parish 2,153 Long Ashton Rural District 51°23′N 2°40′W / 51.38°N 2.66°W / 51.38; -2.66 (Winford) [4][143]
Street scene with houses and shops on both side of road on which there is a tractor. Winscombe and Sandford Civil parish 4,546 Axbridge Rural District 51°19′N 2°50′W / 51.31°N 2.83°W / 51.31; -2.83 (Winscombe and Sandford) [4][144]
Stone building with square tower. In the foreground are gravestones. Wraxall and Failand Civil parish 2,302 Long Ashton Rural District 51°26′N 2°44′W / 51.44°N 2.73°W / 51.44; -2.73 (Wraxall and Failand) [4][143]
Street scene showing shops and houses with cars. Wrington Civil parish 2,633 Axbridge Rural District 51°22′N 2°46′W / 51.36°N 2.76°W / 51.36; -2.76 (Wrington) [4][144]
Row of shops in pedestrianised precinct. In the foreground a bus shelter and tree. Yatton Civil parish 7,552 Long Ashton Rural District 51°23′N 2°50′W / 51.39°N 2.83°W / 51.39; -2.83 (Yatton) [4][143]

Sedgemoor[edit]

The whole of the district is parished.

Image Name Status Population[11] Former local authority Coordinates Refs
Street scene showing road junction with houses and cars Ashcott Civil parish 1,186 Bridgwater Rural District 51°07′N 2°49′W / 51.12°N 2.81°W / 51.12; -2.81 (Ashcott) [6][146]
Street scene. On the left of the road is a half timbered house where the first and second storeys have irregular black wooden beams showing through white painted walls. Axbridge Town 2,057 Axbridge Rural District 51°17′N 2°49′W / 51.29°N 2.82°W / 51.29; -2.82 (Axbridge) [6][144]
Stone building with square tower. In the foreground are gravestones. Badgworth Civil parish 525 Axbridge Rural District 51°16′N 2°52′W / 51.27°N 2.87°W / 51.27; -2.87 (Badgworth) [6][144]
Brown stone building with red roofs and central square tower. In the foreground are gravestones. Bawdrip Civil parish 506 Bridgwater Rural District 51°09′N 2°56′W / 51.15°N 2.94°W / 51.15; -2.94 (Bawdrip) [6][146]
Wooden hulk of ship, surrounded by wet sand. Berrow Civil parish 1,534 Axbridge Rural District 51°16′N 3°01′W / 51.27°N 3.01°W / 51.27; -3.01 (Berrow, Somerset) [6][144]
Small stone building with crosses on the roof. Brean Civil parish 635 Axbridge Rural District 51°18′N 3°01′W / 51.30°N 3.01°W / 51.30; -3.01 (Brean) [6][144]
Red brick buildings in front of grey stone church. In the foreground in a grassy field contained within a hedge and fence. Brent Knoll Civil parish 1,271 Axbridge Rural District 51°15′N 2°57′W / 51.25°N 2.95°W / 51.25; -2.95 (Brent Knoll) [6][144]
Statue of figure with outstretched arm. To the left a tall church spire and the right a circular building with columns. Bridgwater Town 35,886 Bridgwater Municipal Borough 51°08′N 2°59′W / 51.13°N 2.99°W / 51.13; -2.99 (Bridgwater) [6][146]
Large road w2ith houses to left and right and hills beyond. Bridgwater Without Civil parish 428 Bridgwater Rural District 51°08′N 2°58′W / 51.14°N 2.97°W / 51.14; -2.97 (Bridgwater Without) [6][146]
Stone building with prominent square tower. Broomfield Civil parish 249 Bridgwater Rural District 51°05′N 3°07′W / 51.08°N 3.11°W / 51.08; -3.11 (Broomfield, Somerset) [6][146]
Short pier above sand, surmounted by white pavilion with flag poles. Burnham on Sea and Highbridge Town 19,576 Burnham on Sea Urban District 51°14′N 2°59′W / 51.24°N 2.99°W / 51.24; -2.99 (Burnham-on-Sea and Highbridge) [6][147]
Small light coloured building behind a hedge and gate. Burnham Without Civil Parish 1,636 Axbridge Rural District 51°14′N 2°58′W / 51.23°N 2.96°W / 51.23; -2.96 (Burnham Without) [6][144]
Small stone building with arched doorway. The church is partially obscured by trees. Burtle Civil parish 388 Bridgwater Rural District 51°10′N 2°52′W / 51.17°N 2.87°W / 51.17; -2.87 (Burtle) [6][146]
Red stone church with square tower. Cannington Civil parish 2,271 Bridgwater Rural District 51°09′N 3°04′W / 51.15°N 3.07°W / 51.15; -3.07 (Cannington, Somerset) [6][146]
View of the roofs of houses amongst trees and fields. Hills in the distance under a blue cloudless sky. Catcott Civil parish 531 Bridgwater Rural District 51°09′N 2°52′W / 51.15°N 2.87°W / 51.15; -2.87 (Catcott) [6][146]
White circular building with four black sails. Chapel Allerton Civil parish 401 Axbridge Rural District 51°15′N 2°51′W / 51.25°N 2.85°W / 51.25; -2.85 (Chapel Allerton, Somerset) [6][144]
Roofs of multiple buildings separated by trees and vegetation. In the distance is a lake and hills. Cheddar Civil parish 5,755 Axbridge Rural District 51°17′N 2°47′W / 51.28°N 2.78°W / 51.28; -2.78 (Cheddar) [6][144]
Stone building with square tower. Chedzoy Civil parish 404 Bridgwater Rural District 51°08′N 2°57′W / 51.13°N 2.95°W / 51.13; -2.95 (Chedzoy) [6][146]
Square stone tower, behind a stone wall and partially obscured by a tree. Chilton Polden Civil parish 698 Bridgwater Rural District 51°09′N 2°54′W / 51.15°N 2.90°W / 51.15; -2.90 (Chilton Polden) [6][146]
Reddish stone building with square tower. Chilton Trinity Civil parish 260 Bridgwater Rural District 51°09′N 3°01′W / 51.15°N 3.01°W / 51.15; -3.01 (Chilton Trinity) [6][146]
Church building with square tower seen within green fields with trees and hills behind. Compton Bishop Civil parish 620 Axbridge Rural District 51°18′N 2°52′W / 51.30°N 2.87°W / 51.30; -2.87 (Compton Bishop) [6][144]
Stone building with square tower at left hand end. In the foreground either side of a path are gravestones in a grassy area. Cossington Civil parish 564 Bridgwater Rural District 51°10′N 2°55′W / 51.16°N 2.92°W / 51.16; -2.92 (Cossington, Somerset) [6][146]
Stone buildings with water in front. Durleigh Civil parish 548 Bridgwater Rural District 51°07′N 3°02′W / 51.12°N 3.04°W / 51.12; -3.04 (Durleigh) [6][146]
Roofs of houses with prominent church spire to the right. Hills in the background. East Brent Civil parish 1,302 Axbridge Rural District 51°16′N 2°56′W / 51.26°N 2.94°W / 51.26; -2.94 (East Brent, Somerset) [6][144]
Road junction with direction sign. In the background is a white painted building with a pub sign saying The Crown. East Huntspill Civil parish 1,146 Bridgwater Rural District 51°12′N 2°59′W / 51.20°N 2.98°W / 51.20; -2.98 (Huntspill) [6][146]
Stone wall with arched gap, overgrown with weeds. Edington Civil parish 372 Bridgwater Rural District 51°09′N 2°53′W / 51.15°N 2.88°W / 51.15; -2.88 (Edington, Somerset) [6][146]
Square stone tower of church with residential buildings. In the foreground grass field contained by wooden fences. Enmore Civil parish 247 Bridgwater Rural District 51°07′N 3°05′W / 51.11°N 3.09°W / 51.11; -3.09 (Enmore, Somerset) [6][146]
Stone building with lighter coloured square tower. In the foreground are gravestones. Fiddington Civil parish 298 Bridgwater Rural District 51°10′N 3°07′W / 51.16°N 3.12°W / 51.16; -3.12 (Fiddington) [6][146]
Stone building with pillars, surrounded by grass. Goathurst Civil parish 193 Bridgwater Rural District 51°06′N 3°04′W / 51.10°N 3.06°W / 51.10; -3.06 (Goathurst) [6][146]
Stone building with square tower, separated from the road in the foreground by a stone wall. Greinton Civil Parish 71 Bridgwater Rural District 51°07′N 2°50′W / 51.12°N 2.84°W / 51.12; -2.84 (Greinton) [146]
White building with grey roof in the middle of green grass area. Lympsham Civil parish 960 Axbridge Rural District 51°17′N 2°57′W / 51.29°N 2.95°W / 51.29; -2.95 (Lympsham) [6][144]
Square church tower showing above tees and shrubs. In the foreground is a grass field with cattle. Lyng Civil parish 338 Bridgwater Rural District 51°03′N 2°58′W / 51.05°N 2.96°W / 51.05; -2.96 (Lyng, Somerset) [6][146]
Stone building with prominent square tower. In the foreground are gravestones. Mark Civil parish 1,478 Axbridge Rural District 51°14′N 2°53′W / 51.23°N 2.89°W / 51.23; -2.89 (Mark, Somerset) [6][144]
Stone building with prominent square tower. Middlezoy Civil parish 725 Bridgwater Rural District 51°05′N 2°53′W / 51.09°N 2.89°W / 51.09; -2.89 (Middlezoy) [6][146]
Square stone tower surrounded by trees and grass. Moorlinch Civil parish 408 Bridgwater Rural District 51°08′N 2°52′W / 51.13°N 2.86°W / 51.13; -2.86 (Moorlinch) [6][146]
Stone building with prominent square tower. In the foreground are gravestones. Nether Stowey Civil parish 1,373 Bridgwater Rural District 51°09′N 3°09′W / 51.15°N 3.15°W / 51.15; -3.15 (Nether Stowey) [6][146]
Stone building with prominent square tower. North Petherton Civil parish 6,730 Bridgwater Rural District 51°05′N 3°01′W / 51.09°N 3.01°W / 51.09; -3.01 (North Petherton) [6][146]
Stone building with square tower Othery Civil parish 642 Bridgwater Rural District 51°05′N 2°53′W / 51.08°N 2.88°W / 51.08; -2.88 (Othery) [6][146]
Stone building with prominent square tower. In the foreground is a road and wall. Otterhampton Civil parish 831 Bridgwater Rural District 51°11′N 3°05′W / 51.18°N 3.08°W / 51.18; -3.08 (Otterhampton) [6][146]
Stone building with prominent square tower. In the foreground are daffodils. Over Stowey Civil parish 352 Bridgwater Rural District 51°09′N 3°09′W / 51.15°N 3.15°W / 51.15; -3.15 (Over Stowey) [6][146]
modern building with shop. Sign over window says Pawlett Country Store & Off Licence. Pawlett Civil Parish 1,038 Bridgwater Rural District 51°11′N 3°00′W / 51.18°N 3.00°W / 51.18; -3.00 (Pawlett, Somerset) [6][146]
Stone building with square tower Puriton Civil parish 1,068 Bridgwater Rural District 51°10′N 2°58′W / 51.17°N 2.97°W / 51.17; -2.97 (Puriton) [6][146]
Stone building with square tower Shapwick Civil parish 536 Bridgwater Rural District 51°08′N 2°50′W / 51.14°N 2.83°W / 51.14; -2.83 (Shapwick, Somerset) [6][146]
Stone cross surrounded by railings on grass area in front of roads and houses. Shipham Civil parish 1,087 Axbridge Rural District 51°19′N 2°48′W / 51.31°N 2.80°W / 51.31; -2.80 (Shipham) [6][144]
White painted building with pub sign saying The Lamb Inn Spaxton Civil parish 1,012 Bridgwater Rural District 51°08′N 3°07′W / 51.13°N 3.11°W / 51.13; -3.11 (Spaxton) [6][146]
Stone building with small square tower. In the foreground is a road and wall. Stawell Civil parish 386 Bridgwater Rural District 51°08′N 2°55′W / 51.14°N 2.91°W / 51.14; -2.91 (Stawell, Somerset) [6][146]
Houses amongst trees seen across fields and hedges. Stockland Bristol Civil parish 165 Bridgwater Rural District 51°11′N 3°05′W / 51.19°N 3.08°W / 51.19; -3.08 (Stockland Bristol) [6][146]
White painted building with black timbers. In the foreground is a road and road sign. Thurloxton Civil parish 153 Bridgwater Rural District 51°04′N 3°02′W / 51.07°N 3.04°W / 51.07; -3.04 (Thurloxton) [6][146]
Gray stone building with square tower Weare Civil parish 658 Axbridge Rural District 51°16′N 2°50′W / 51.27°N 2.84°W / 51.27; -2.84 (Weare, Somerset) [6][144]
Stone building with square tower Wedmore Civil Parish 3,318 Axbridge Rural District 51°14′N 2°49′W / 51.23°N 2.81°W / 51.23; -2.81 (Wedmore) [6][144]
Red stone building with square tower. In the foreground are gravestones. Wembdon Civil parish 3,613 Bridgwater Rural District 51°08′N 3°01′W / 51.13°N 3.02°W / 51.13; -3.02 (Wembdon) [6][146]
Stone building with arched window and square tower, separated from the road by a stone wall and railings. West Huntspill Civil parish 1,414 Bridgwater Rural District 51°12′N 2°59′W / 51.20°N 2.98°W / 51.20; -2.98 (Huntspill) [6][146]
Stone building with square tower Westonzoyland Civil parish 1,801 Bridgwater Rural District 51°07′N 2°55′W / 51.11°N 2.92°W / 51.11; -2.92 (Westonzoyland) [6][146]
Stone building with square tower Woolavington Civil parish 2,115 Bridgwater Rural District 51°10′N 2°56′W / 51.17°N 2.93°W / 51.17; -2.93 (Woolavington) [6][146]

South Somerset[edit]

The whole of the district is parished.

Image Name Status Population Former local authority Coordinates Refs
Stone 3-storey building with white frames windows on street junction. Sign saying shop. Abbas and Templecombe Civil parish 1,560 Wincanton Rural District 50°59′N 2°25′W / 50.99°N 2.41°W / 50.99; -2.41 (Templecombe) [6][148]
Stone building with small square tower. Alford Civil parish 63 Wincanton Rural District 51°05′N 2°34′W / 51.08°N 2.57°W / 51.08; -2.57 (Alford, Somerset) [148]
Stone building with sign saying The Old Pound Inn, on street junction. Aller Civil parish 410 Langport Rural District 51°03′N 2°51′W / 51.05°N 2.85°W / 51.05; -2.85 (Aller, Somerset) [6][149]
Patchwork of fields and trees with buildings showing in the distance. In the foreground is grass with a ruined building. Ansford Civil parish 1,085 Wincanton Rural District 51°05′N 2°31′W / 51.09°N 2.51°W / 51.09; -2.51 (Ansford) [6][148]
Stone building with prominent square tower. In the foreground are gravestones. Ash Civil parish 626 Yeovil Rural District 50°59′N 2°45′W / 50.98°N 2.75°W / 50.98; -2.75 (Ash, South Somerset) [6][150]
Stone two stage square tower with buttresses. Ashill Civil parish 529 Chard Rural District 50°56′N 2°58′W / 50.94°N 2.96°W / 50.94; -2.96 (Ashill, Somerset) [6][151]
Stone building with prominent square tower. In the foreground are gravestones. Babcary Civil parish 248 Langport Rural District 51°03′N 2°37′W / 51.05°N 2.62°W / 51.05; -2.62 (Babcary) [6][149]
Three bay house with multiple windows, pinnacles and chimneys Barrington Civil parish 438 Langport Rural District 50°58′N 2°52′W / 50.96°N 2.87°W / 50.96; -2.87 (Barrington, Somerset) [6][149]
White painted houses with red roofs. In the background is a hill with a tower on it and in the foreground grass and hedgerows Barton St David Civil parish 561 Langport Rural District 51°05′N 2°39′W / 51.08°N 2.65°W / 51.08; -2.65 (Barton St David) [6][149]
Stone building with sign saying The Royal Oak Barwick Civil parish 1,221 Yeovil Rural District 50°55′N 2°37′W / 50.92°N 2.62°W / 50.92; -2.62 (Barwick, Somerset) [6][150]
Green area with trees. In the background a terrace of houses. Beercrocombe Civil parish 134 Langport Rural District 50°59′N 2°58′W / 50.98°N 2.97°W / 50.98; -2.97 (Beercrocombe) [6][149]
Small stone building with square tower partially obscured by trees. In the foreground is a stone wall with metal gates. Blackford and Compton Pauncefoot Civil parish 130 Wincanton Rural District 51°02′N 2°30′W / 51.03°N 2.50°W / 51.03; -2.50 (Blackford and Compton Pauncefoot) [148]
Stone building with square tower. Bratton Seymour Civil parish 104 Wincanton Rural District 51°04′N 2°28′W / 51.07°N 2.47°W / 51.07; -2.47 (Bratton Seymour) [6][148]
Area of still water surrounded by trees and grass. Brewham Civil parish 441 Wincanton Rural District 51°08′N 2°24′W / 51.13°N 2.40°W / 51.13; -2.40 (Brewham) [6][148]
Old stone building with thatched roof on road junction. Broadway Civil parish 740 Chard Rural District 50°56′N 2°58′W / 50.93°N 2.97°W / 50.93; -2.97 (Broadway, Somerset) [6][151]
multiple buildings including a square church tower amongst fields and trees. Bruton Town 2,907 Wincanton Rural District 51°07′N 2°27′W / 51.11°N 2.45°W / 51.11; -2.45 (Bruton) [6][148]
Yellow stone building at the end of a driveway accessed via stone gateposts. Brympton Civil parish 7,308 Yeovil Rural District 50°56′N 2°41′W / 50.94°N 2.68°W / 50.94; -2.68 (Brympton) [6][150]
Old buildings behind a wall Buckland St Mary Civil parish 521 Chard Rural District 50°55′N 3°02′W / 50.91°N 3.04°W / 50.91; -3.04 (Buckland St Mary) [6][151][151]
A church with spire surrounded by trees and houses. Castle Cary Town 2,276 Wincanton Rural District 51°05′N 2°31′W / 51.09°N 2.51°W / 51.09; -2.51 (Castle Cary) [6][148]
Stone building with square tower. Chaffcombe Civil parish 229 Chard Rural District 50°53′N 2°55′W / 50.89°N 2.92°W / 50.89; -2.92 (Chaffcombe) [6][151]
Street scene showing shops, cars and a set of traffic lights. Chard Town 13,074 Chard Municipal Borough 50°52′N 2°58′W / 50.87°N 2.96°W / 50.87; -2.96 (Chard, Somerset) [6][151]
Stone building with square tower. In the foreground is a garssy area with gravestones. Charlton Horethorne Civil parish 591 Wincanton Rural District 51°01′N 2°29′W / 51.01°N 2.48°W / 51.01; -2.48 (Charlton Horethorne) [6]
Stone building with square tower separated from the road in the foreground by a stone wall. Charlton Mackrell Civil parish 1,073 Langport Rural District 51°03′N 2°41′W / 51.05°N 2.68°W / 51.05; -2.68 (Charlton Mackrell) [6][149]
Stone building with small tower attached to the right hand side. At the nearest end is a circular window above an arched doorway. Charlton Musgrove Civil parish 398 Wincanton Rural District 51°05′N 2°23′W / 51.08°N 2.39°W / 51.08; -2.39 (Charlton Musgrove) [6][148]
Stone building with tiled roof. Chillington Civil parish 164 Chard Rural District 50°53′N 2°52′W / 50.89°N 2.87°W / 50.89; -2.87 (Chillington, Somerset) [6][151]
Stone building with small bell tower. In the foreground are gravestones. Chilthorne Domer Civil parish 574 Yeovil Rural District 50°58′N 2°41′W / 50.97°N 2.68°W / 50.97; -2.68 (Chilthorne Domer) [6][150]
Stone building with square tower, partially obscured by trees. Chilton Cantelo Civil parish 445 Yeovil Rural District 51°00′N 2°36′W / 51.00°N 2.60°W / 51.00; -2.60 (Chilton Cantelo) [6][150]
Stone building with spire surrounded by trees. Chiselborough Civil parish 275 Yeovil Rural District 50°56′N 2°46′W / 50.93°N 2.76°W / 50.93; -2.76 (Chiselborough) [6][150]
Stone building with square tower Closworth Civil parish 220 Yeovil Rural District 50°53′N 2°37′W / 50.89°N 2.62°W / 50.89; -2.62 (Closworth) [6][150]
Street scene showing multiple houseson the far side of the road. In the foreground is a metal railing. Combe St Nicholas Civil parish 1,373 Chard Rural District 50°53′N 2°59′W / 50.89°N 2.99°W / 50.89; -2.99 (Combe St Nicholas) [6][151]
A patchwork of green and yellow fields with the roofs of houses visible centrally. In the background are hills and in the foreground the backs of several seated people. Compton Dundon Civil parish 705 Langport Rural District 51°05′N 2°44′W / 51.09°N 2.73°W / 51.09; -2.73 (Compton Dundon) [6][149]
Square church tower surrounded by trees with a road in the foreground. Corton Denham Civil parish 189 Wincanton Rural District 51°00′N 2°31′W / 51.00°N 2.52°W / 51.00; -2.52 (Corton Denham) [6][148]
Decorated yellow stone building with square tower. Crewkerne Town 7,000 Crewkerne Urban District 50°53′N 2°47′W / 50.88°N 2.79°W / 50.88; -2.79 (Crewkerne) [6][152]
Large house with terrace and lawn. Cricket St Thomas Civil parish 50 Chard Rural District 50°52′N 2°53′W / 50.87°N 2.89°W / 50.87; -2.89 (Cricket St Thomas) [151]
Thatched and red roofed houses along a road with a patchwork of fields behind. Cucklington Civil parish 173 Wincanton Rural District 51°03′N 2°21′W / 51.05°N 2.35°W / 51.05; -2.35 (Cucklington) [6][148]
Stone building with arched windows. In the foreground are gravestones. Cudworth Civil parish 69 Chard Rural District 50°53′N 2°53′W / 50.89°N 2.89°W / 50.89; -2.89 (Cudworth, Somerset) [151]
Road sign on junction. In the background is a building partially obscured by a tree. Curry Mallet Civil parish 306 Langport Rural District 50°59′N 2°58′W / 50.99°N 2.96°W / 50.99; -2.96 (Curry Mallet) [6][149]
Stone building with a road in the foregrond. In the background is the quare tower of a church. Curry Rivel Civil parish 2,148 Langport Rural District 51°02′N 2°52′W / 51.03°N 2.86°W / 51.03; -2.86 (Curry Rivel) [6][149]
Stone building with arched window and slate roof. In the foreground are gravestones. Dinnington Civil parish 65 Chard Rural District 50°55′N 2°51′W / 50.91°N 2.85°W / 50.91; -2.85 (Dinnington, Somerse) [151]
alt-Stone building with square tower Donyatt Civil parish 347 Chard Rural District 50°56′N 2°57′W / 50.93°N 2.95°W / 50.93; -2.95 (Donyatt) [6][151]
Stone bridge with four arches and low parapet. Dowlish Wake Civil parish 277 Chard Rural District 50°55′N 2°53′W / 50.91°N 2.89°W / 50.91; -2.89 (Dowlish Wake) [6][151]
Stone square tower with gravestones in the foreground. Drayton Civil parish 379 Langport Rural District 51°01′08″N 2°51′00″W / 51.019°N 2.85°W / 51.019; -2.85 (Drayton, Somerset) [6][149]
Stone building with square tower. In the foreground are gravestones. East Chinnock Civil parish 479 Yeovil Rural District 50°55′N 2°43′W / 50.92°N 2.72°W / 50.92; -2.72 (The Chinnocks) [6][150]
Stone building with square tower. East Coker Civil parish 1,667 Yeovil Rural District 50°55′N 2°39′W / 50.91°N 2.65°W / 50.91; -2.65 (East Coker) [6][150]
Stone building with square tower, separated from the road in the foreground by a stone wall. Fivehead Civil parish 609 Langport Rural District 50°59′N 2°55′W / 50.99°N 2.92°W / 50.99; -2.92 (Fivehead) [6][149]
Tall house with upper story projecting above the ground floor and faced with white wooden boards. Hambridge and Westport Civil parish 514 Langport Rural District 50°59′N 2°52′W / 50.99°N 2.86°W / 50.99; -2.86 (Hambridge and Westport) [6][149]
Two-storey stone houses with a road in front. Hardington Mandeville Civil parish 585 Yeovil Rural District 50°54′N 2°41′W / 50.90°N 2.69°W / 50.90; -2.69 (Hardington Mandeville) [6][150]
Yellow stone building with square tower. Haselbury Plucknett Civil parish 744 Yeovil Rural District 50°53′N 2°45′W / 50.89°N 2.75°W / 50.89; -2.75 (Haselbury Plucknett) [6][150]
Stone building with arched windows and square tower partially obscured by trees. In the foreground are gravestones. Henstridge Civil parish 1,814 Wincanton Rural District 50°58′N 2°23′W / 50.97°N 2.39°W / 50.97; -2.39 (Henstridge) [6]
Stone building with square tower. High Ham Civil parish 909 Langport Rural District 51°05′N 2°49′W / 51.08°N 2.82°W / 51.08; -2.82 (High Ham) [6][149]
Stone building with arched windows and square tower. In the foreground are gravestones. Hinton St George Civil parish 442 Chard Rural District 50°55′N 2°49′W / 50.91°N 2.82°W / 50.91; -2.82 (Hinton St George) [6][151]
Stone building with square tower behind stone wall. Holton Civil parish 238 Wincanton Rural District 51°02′N 2°27′W / 51.04°N 2.45°W / 51.04; -2.45 (Holton, Somerset) [6][148]
Stone building with arched windows and square tower. Horsington Civil parish 571 Wincanton Rural District 51°01′N 2°26′W / 51.01°N 2.43°W / 51.01; -2.43 (Horsington, Somerset) [6][148]
Stone building with thatched roof. IN the foreground are cars separated from the road by a stone wall. Horton Civil parish 812 Chard Rural District 50°56′N 2°58′W / 50.93°N 2.97°W / 50.93; -2.97 (Horton, Somerset) [6][151]
Stone building with arched windows and square tower. Huish Episcopi Civil parish 2,095 Langport Rural District 51°02′N 2°49′W / 51.04°N 2.81°W / 51.04; -2.81 (Huish Episcopi) [6][149]
Street scene showing a pub the Ilchester Arms on the left with several other buildings leading to a church tower. Ilchester Civil parish 2,153 Yeovil Rural District 51°00′N 2°41′W / 51.00°N 2.68°W / 51.00; -2.68 (Ilchester) [6][150]
Elaborately ornamented stone building with square tower. Ilminster Town 5,808 Chard Rural District
Ilminster Urban District
50°56′N 2°55′W / 50.93°N 2.91°W / 50.93; -2.91 (Ilminster) [6][151]
Thatched house with wisteria growing up the near end. Ilton Civil parish 854 Chard Rural District 50°57′N 2°55′W / 50.95°N 2.92°W / 50.95; -2.92 (Ilton) [6][151]
Stone building with arched window. Square tower surrounded by scaffolding. Isle Abbots Civil parish 205 Langport Rural District 50°59′N 2°55′W / 50.98°N 2.92°W / 50.98; -2.92 (Isle Abbots) [6][149]
Stone building with square tower which becomes hexagonal near the roof. Isle Brewers Civil parish 150 Langport Rural District 50°59′N 2°54′W / 50.99°N 2.90°W / 50.99; -2.90 (Isle Brewers) [6]
Stone building with square tower. In the foreground is a gateway with its own roof. Keinton Mandeville Civil parish 1,068 Langport Rural District 51°04′N 2°39′W / 51.07°N 2.65°W / 51.07; -2.65 (Keinton Mandeville) [6][149]
Yellow stone building with square tower. Kingsbury Episcopi Civil parish 1,307 Langport Rural District 50°59′N 2°49′W / 50.99°N 2.81°W / 50.99; -2.81 (Kingsbury Episcopi) [6][149]
Stone building with square tower. Kingsdon Civil parish 303 Langport Rural District 51°02′N 2°41′W / 51.04°N 2.69°W / 51.04; -2.69 (Kingsdon, Somerset) [6][149]
Stone building with central square tower. Kingstone Civil parish 83 Chard Rural District 50°55′N 2°53′W / 50.92°N 2.89°W / 50.92; -2.89 (Kingstone, Somerset) [151]
Stone building with spire above a square tower. Kingweston Civil parish 128 Langport Rural District 51°05′N 2°41′W / 51.08°N 2.68°W / 51.08; -2.68 (Kingweston) [149]
A series of houses along a lane. Knowle St Giles Civil parish 244 Chard Rural District 50°54′N 2°56′W / 50.90°N 2.93°W / 50.90; -2.93 (Knowle St Giles) [6][151]
A town with church tower seen on the far side of a wide river. Langport Town 1,081 Langport Rural District 51°02′N 2°50′W / 51.04°N 2.83°W / 51.04; -2.83 (Langport) [6][149]
Stone building with square tower. Limington Civil parish 199 Yeovil Rural District 50°59′N 2°39′W / 50.99°N 2.65°W / 50.99; -2.65 (Limington) [150]
Stone bridge over water. Long Load Civil parish 332 Yeovil Rural District 51°01′N 2°46′W / 51.01°N 2.76°W / 51.01; -2.76 (Long Load) [6][150]
Stone bridge over water. Long Sutton Civil parish 833 Langport Rural District [6][149]
A line of cottages, some thatched, along a road. Lopen Civil parish 260 Chard Rural District 50°56′N 2°49′W / 50.93°N 2.82°W / 50.93; -2.82 (Lopen) [6][151]
Stone building with square tower. Lovington Civil parish 141 Wincanton Rural District 51°04′N 2°35′W / 51.07°N 2.58°W / 51.07; -2.58 (Lovington, Somerset) [6][148]
Yellow stone building with square tower, surrounded by trees. Maperton Civil parish 140 Wincanton Rural District 51°02′N 2°28′W / 51.04°N 2.46°W / 51.04; -2.46 (Maperton) [6][148]
Stone building with square tower. Marston Magna Civil parish 523 Yeovil Rural District 51°00′N 2°35′W / 51.00°N 2.58°W / 51.00; -2.58 (Marston Magna) [6][150]
Stone building with square tower. Martock Civil parish 4,766 Yeovil Rural District 50°58′N 2°46′W / 50.97°N 2.77°W / 50.97; -2.77 (Martock) [6][150]
Stone building with square tower. Merriott Civil parish 1,979 Chard Rural District 50°55′N 2°47′W / 50.91°N 2.79°W / 50.91; -2.79 (Merriott) [6][151]
Yellow stone building with arched windows and a square tower. Milborne Port Civil parish 2,802 Wincanton Rural District 50°58′N 2°28′W / 50.97°N 2.46°W / 50.97; -2.46 (Milborne Port) [6][148]
Stone building partially obscured by trees. In the foreground are gravestones. Misterton Civil parish 826 Chard Rural District 50°52′N 2°47′W / 50.87°N 2.78°W / 50.87; -2.78 (Misterton, Somerset) [6][151]
View of the roofs of houses with a prominent square church tower, interspersed with trees. Montacute Civil parish 831 Yeovil Rural District 50°57′N 2°43′W / 50.95°N 2.72°W / 50.95; -2.72 (Montacute) [6][150]
Thatched stone house surrounded by trees. In the foreground a road junction and sign. Muchelney Civil parish 195 Langport Rural District 51°01′16″N 2°49′12″W / 51.021°N 2.82°W / 51.021; -2.82 (Muchelney) [6][149]
Stone building with square tower. In the foreground is a road. Mudford Civil parish 696 Yeovil Rural District 50°58′N 2°37′W / 50.97°N 2.61°W / 50.97; -2.61 (Mudford) [6][150]
Stone building with square tower, surrounded by trees. North Barrow Civil parish 233 Wincanton Rural District 51°04′N 2°34′W / 51.06°N 2.57°W / 51.06; -2.57 (North Barrow) [6][148]
Old mansion house with triangular roofs. In the foreground is a graden with gravestones. North Cadbury Civil parish 950 Wincanton Rural District 51°03′N 2°31′W / 51.05°N 2.52°W / 51.05; -2.52 (North Cadbury) [6][148]
Small stone building with gravestones in the foreground. North Cheriton Civil parish 208 Wincanton Rural District 51°02′N 2°26′W / 51.03°N 2.44°W / 51.03; -2.44 (North Cheriton) [6][148]
Stone building with square tower. North Perrott Civil parish 246 Yeovil Rural District 50°53′N 2°45′W / 50.88°N 2.75°W / 50.88; -2.75 (North Perrott) [6][150]
Yellow stone building with square tower. Norton sub Hamdon Civil parish 743 Yeovil Rural District 50°56′N 2°46′W / 50.94°N 2.76°W / 50.94; -2.76 (Norton Sub Hamdon) [6][150]
Yellow stone building with square tower, partially obscured by trees. Odcombe Civil parish 759 Yeovil Rural District 50°56′N 2°42′W / 50.94°N 2.70°W / 50.94; -2.70 (Odcombe) [6][150]
Stone building with square tower. Penselwood Civil parish 273 Wincanton Rural District 51°05′N 2°21′W / 51.08°N 2.35°W / 51.08; -2.35 (Penselwood) [6][148]
Two arches of a stone and brick bridge with a car beneath. Pitcombe Civil parish 532 Wincanton Rural District 51°06′N 2°28′W / 51.10°N 2.47°W / 51.10; -2.47 (Pitcombe) [6][148]
A view across fields to houses and the square tower of a yellow stone church. Pitney Civil parish 374 Langport Rural District 51°03′N 2°47′W / 51.05°N 2.79°W / 51.05; -2.79 (Pitney) [6][149]
A view through a gate and graveyard to a yellow stone building with a square tower. Puckington Civil parish 117 Langport Rural District 50°58′N 2°53′W / 50.96°N 2.89°W / 50.96; -2.89 (Puckington) [6][149]
Stone building with square tower. Queen Camel Civil parish 908 Wincanton Rural District 51°01′N 2°35′W / 51.02°N 2.58°W / 51.02; -2.58 (Queen Camel) [6][148]
Stone building with square tower. Rimpton Civil parish 235 Yeovil Rural District 50°59′N 2°34′W / 50.99°N 2.56°W / 50.99; -2.56 (Rimpton) [6][150]
Stone building with square tower Seavington St Mary Civil parish 384 Chard Rural District 50°56′N 2°52′W / 50.93°N 2.86°W / 50.93; -2.86 (Seavington St Mary) [6][151]
Street scene with a row of detached houses including a pub. Seavington St Michael Civil parish 127 Chard Rural District 50°56′N 2°50′W / 50.93°N 2.84°W / 50.93; -2.84 (Seavington St Michael) [6][151]
Building with arched window and small turret. Shepton Beauchamp Civil parish 728 Chard Rural District 50°57′N 2°51′W / 50.95°N 2.85°W / 50.95; -2.85 (Shepton Beauchamp) [6][151]
Street scene with houses dotted amongst the trees. Shepton Montague Civil parish 208 Wincanton Rural District 51°05′N 2°28′W / 51.08°N 2.47°W / 51.08; -2.47 (Shepton Montague) [6][148]
Street scene with houses and pub on the right and trees on the left. Somerton Town 4,697 Langport Rural District 51°03′N 2°44′W / 51.05°N 2.74°W / 51.05; -2.74 (Somerton) [6][149]
Stone building with square tower. South Barrow Civil parish 162 Wincanton Rural District 51°03′N 2°34′W / 51.05°N 2.56°W / 51.05; -2.56 (South Barrow) [6][148]
Stone building with square tower. South Cadbury Civil parish 284 Wincanton Rural District 51°02′N 2°31′W / 51.03°N 2.52°W / 51.03; -2.52 (South Cadbury) [6][148]
Street scene showing houses with octagonal church tower behind South Petherton Civil parish 3,367 Yeovil Rural District 50°57′N 2°49′W / 50.95°N 2.81°W / 50.95; -2.81 (South Petherton) [6][150]
Building with pub sign saying the Sparkford Inn with car park and road in the foreground. Sparkford Civil parish 617 Wincanton Rural District 51°02′N 2°34′W / 51.04°N 2.57°W / 51.04; -2.57 (Sparkford) [6][148]
Yellow stone building with square tower set in green fields. Stocklinch Civil parish 154 Chard Rural District 50°57′N 2°53′W / 50.95°N 2.88°W / 50.95; -2.88 (Stocklinch) [6][151]
Yellow stone building with square tower set in graveyard. Stoke sub Hamdon Civil parish 1,068 Yeovil Rural District 50°57′N 2°45′W / 50.95°N 2.75°W / 50.95; -2.75 (Stoke-sub-Hamdon) [6][150]
Street scene with a narrow road with houses on the right and trees on the left. Stoke Trister Civil parish 313 Wincanton Rural District 51°04′N 2°23′W / 51.06°N 2.38°W / 51.06; -2.38 (Stoke Trister) [6][148]
Stone building with arched windows and small turret. Tatworth and Forton Civil parish 2,660 Chard Rural District 50°51′N 2°58′W / 50.85°N 2.96°W / 50.85; -2.96 (Tatworth) [6][151]
Street scene showing houses on the left and church with square tower on the left. Tintinhull Civil parish 902 Yeovil Rural District 50°58′N 2°43′W / 50.97°N 2.71°W / 50.97; -2.71 (Tintinhull) [6][150]
Green rolling hills with a cluster of houses and a church left of centre. Wambrook Civil parish 184 Chard Rural District 50°52′N 3°00′W / 50.86°N 3.00°W / 50.86; -3.00 (Wambrook) [6][151]
Two-storey house with columns in front of the door. Wayford Civil parish 114 Chard Rural District 50°51′N 2°51′W / 50.85°N 2.85°W / 50.85; -2.85 (Wayford) [151]
Stone building with square tower topped by a small spires. West Camel Civil parish 459 Yeovil Rural District 51°01′N 2°36′W / 51.02°N 2.60°W / 51.02; -2.60 (West Camel) [6][150]
Building with square tower. In the foreground are gravestones. West and Middle Chinnock Civil parish 592 Yeovil Rural District 50°55′N 2°46′W / 50.92°N 2.76°W / 50.92; -2.76 (West Chinnock) [6][150]
Street scene with buildings on the right including a pub with sign The Castle. West Coker Civil parish 2,018 Yeovil Rural District 50°55′N 2°41′W / 50.92°N 2.69°W / 50.92; -2.69 (West Coker) [6][150]
Decorated yellow stone building with square tower. West Crewkerne Civil parish 631 Chard Rural District 50°53′N 2°47′W / 50.88°N 2.79°W / 50.88; -2.79 (Crewkerne) [6][151]
Stone church with square tower. In the foreground are a path and gravestones Whitelackington Civil parish 209 Chard Rural District 50°56′N 2°53′W / 50.94°N 2.88°W / 50.94; -2.88 (Whitelackington) [6][151]
Stone building with square tower. In the foreground are gravestones. Whitestaunton Civil parish 256 Chard Rural District 50°53′N 3°01′W / 50.89°N 3.02°W / 50.89; -3.02 (Whitestaunton) [6][151]
Street scene with white and pink buildings. Wincanton Town 5,272 Wincanton Rural District 51°04′N 2°25′W / 51.06°N 2.41°W / 51.06; -2.41 (Wincanton) [6][148]
Street scene, showing shops and houses including a post office. Winsham Civil parish 748 Chard Rural District 50°51′N 2°53′W / 50.85°N 2.89°W / 50.85; -2.89 (Winsham) [6][151]
Stone building with square tower separated from the road in the foreground by a stone wall. Yarlington Civil parish 123 Wincanton Rural District 51°04′N 2°29′W / 51.06°N 2.49°W / 51.06; -2.49 (Yarlington) [6][148]
red brick building with small car park in front. Yeovil Town 30,378 Yeovil Municipal Borough 50°57′N 2°38′W / 50.95°N 2.64°W / 50.95; -2.64 (Yeovil) [6][153]
Street scene with modern brick built shop. Yeovil Without Civil parish 6,834 Yeovil Rural District 50°58′N 2°39′W / 50.96°N 2.65°W / 50.96; -2.65 (Yeovil Without) [6][150]
Wier on river with cows in the field beyond. Yeovilton Civil parish 1,226 Yeovil Rural District 51°00′N 2°39′W / 51.00°N 2.65°W / 51.00; -2.65 (Yeovilton) [6][150]

Taunton Deane[edit]

Part of the former Taunton Municipal Borough is unparished.

Image Name Status Population[7] Former local authority Coordinates Refs
Old yew tree Ashbrittle Civil parish 225 Wellington Rural District 50°59′N 3°21′W / 50.98°N 3.35°W / 50.98; -3.35 (Ashbrittle) [6][154]
Red stone building with square tower. Ash Priors Civil parish 155 Taunton Rural District 51°04′N 3°13′W / 51.06°N 3.21°W / 51.06; -3.21 (Ash Priors) [6][155]
Road junction with house on the right of the road. On the left is a churchyard behind a wall accessed via steps. Bathealton Civil parish 194 Wellington Rural District 51°01′N 3°19′W / 51.01°N 3.31°W / 51.01; -3.31 (Bathealton) [6][154]
A few buildings scattered amongst fields and trees. Bickenhall Civil parish 122 Taunton Rural District 50°58′N 3°02′W / 50.96°N 3.03°W / 50.96; -3.03 (Bickenhall) [155]
Yellow stone house with tall chimneys behind brick wall. Bishops Hull Civil parish 2,975 Taunton Rural District 51°01′N 3°08′W / 51.02°N 3.14°W / 51.02; -3.14 (Bishop's Hull) [6][155]
Red stone building with square tower. In the foreground is a graveyard. Bishops Lydeard Civil parish 2,839 Taunton Rural District 51°04′N 3°11′W / 51.06°N 3.19°W / 51.06; -3.19 (Bishops Lydeard) [6][155]
Stone building with square tower. Bradford on Tone Civil parish 622 Wellington Rural District 51°00′N 3°11′W / 51.00°N 3.18°W / 51.00; -3.18 (Bradford on Tone) [6][154]
Arched bridge with metal railing. Sign showing River Parrett, Burrow Bridge. Burrowbridge Civil parish 508 Taunton Rural District 51°04′N 2°55′W / 51.07°N 2.92°W / 51.07; -2.92 (Burrowbridge) [6][155]
Large tree on the left of a field in the foreground with buildings in the distance. Cheddon Fitzpaine Civil parish 1,929 Taunton Rural District 51°02′N 3°05′W / 51.04°N 3.08°W / 51.04; -3.08 (Cheddon Fitzpaine) [6][155]
Houses and fields be3side a country lane. Chipstable Civil parish 309 Wellington Rural District 51°02′N 3°22′W / 51.04°N 3.37°W / 51.04; -3.37 (Chipstable) [6][154]
Stone building with square tower, partially obscured by trees. Churchstanton Civil parish 752 Taunton Rural District 50°55′N 3°09′W / 50.92°N 3.15°W / 50.92; -3.15 (Churchstanton) [6][155]
Street scene with houses and trees separated from the road by a stone wall. Combe Florey Civil parish 261 Taunton Rural District 51°05′N 3°13′W / 51.08°N 3.21°W / 51.08; -3.21 (Combe Florey) [6][155]
Multiple reddish brown roofs of houses. A church tower is visible in the distance. Comeytrowe Civil parish 5,463 Taunton Municipal Borough
Taunton Rural District
51°01′N 3°08′W / 51.01°N 3.13°W / 51.01; -3.13 (Comeytrowe) [6][155]
Celtic pattern stone cross in the foreground with trees and houses in the background. Corfe Civil parish 253 Taunton Rural District 50°58′N 3°05′W / 50.97°N 3.09°W / 50.97; -3.09 (Corfe) [6][155]
Large house seen through trees. Cothelstone Civil parish 111 Taunton Rural District 51°05′N 3°10′W / 51.08°N 3.16°W / 51.08; -3.16 (Cothelstone) [6][155]
Bridge over still water with a house to the right. Creech St Michael Civil parish 2,416 Taunton Rural District 51°01′N 3°02′W / 51.02°N 3.04°W / 51.02; -3.04 (Creech St Michael) [6][155]
White painted building with arched windows. In the foreground are gravestones. Curland Civil parish 225 Taunton Rural District 50°57′N 3°02′W / 50.95°N 3.03°W / 50.95; -3.03 (Curland) [6][155]
Stone building with square tower and arched windows. Durston Civil parish 136 Taunton Rural District 51°03′N 3°01′W / 51.05°N 3.01°W / 51.05; -3.01 (Durston) [6][155]
Reddish building with square tower. Fitzhead Civil parish 264 Wellington Rural District 51°03′N 3°16′W / 51.05°N 3.26°W / 51.05; -3.26 (Fitzhead) [6][154]
Reddish stone building with square tower. Halse Civil parish 290 Taunton Rural District 51°02′N 3°14′W / 51.04°N 3.23°W / 51.04; -3.23 (Halse, Somerset) [6][155]
Gray stone building with square tower and slate roof. Hatch Beauchamp Civil parish 620 Taunton Rural District 50°59′N 2°59′W / 50.98°N 2.99°W / 50.98; -2.99 (Hatch Beauchamp) [155]
Gray stone building with ornate square tower and slate roof. In the foreground are gravestones. Kingston St Mary Civil parish 921 Taunton Rural District 51°04′N 3°07′W / 51.06°N 3.11°W / 51.06; -3.11 (Kingston St Mary) [6][155]
Church tower seen across fields Langford Budville Civil parish 535 Wellington Rural District 51°00′N 3°16′W / 51.00°N 3.27°W / 51.00; -3.27 (Langford Budville) [6][154]
Reddish building with square tower. Lydeard St Lawrence Civil parish 506 Taunton Rural District 51°05′N 3°15′W / 51.09°N 3.25°W / 51.09; -3.25 (Lydeard St Lawrence) [6][155]
Reddish stone building with square tower. In the foreground are a cross and lamppost. Milverton Civil parish 1,438 Wellington Rural District 51°01′N 3°15′W / 51.02°N 3.25°W / 51.02; -3.25 (Milverton, Somerset) [6][154]
Ornate church building with hexagonal tower. North Curry Civil parish 1,640 Taunton Rural District 51°01′N 2°58′W / 51.02°N 2.96°W / 51.02; -2.96 (North Curry) [6][155]
Stone building with square tower. Norton Fitzwarren Civil parish 3,046 Taunton Rural District 51°01′N 3°09′W / 51.02°N 3.15°W / 51.02; -3.15 (Norton Fitzwarren) [6][155]
Reddish building with square tower. Nynehead Civil parish 415 Wellington Rural District 50°59′N 3°14′W / 50.99°N 3.23°W / 50.99; -3.23 (Nynehead) [6][154]
Red stone church with square tower. Oake Civil parish 765 Wellington Rural District 51°01′N 3°13′W / 51.02°N 3.21°W / 51.02; -3.21 (Oake) [6][154]
Red stone building with grey square tower. Orchard Portman Civil parish 150 Taunton Rural District 50°59′N 3°05′W / 50.99°N 3.08°W / 50.99; -3.08 (Orchard Portman) [6][155]
Stone building with sqauer tower. Otterford Civil parish 356 Taunton Rural District 50°55′N 3°06′W / 50.92°N 3.10°W / 50.92; -3.10 (Otterford) [6][155]
Engraving of a church building with a hexagonal tower supporting a spire. Pitminster Civil parish 956 Taunton Rural District 50°58′N 3°07′W / 50.97°N 3.11°W / 50.97; -3.11 (Pitminster) [6][155]
Stone building with square tower showing across fields. Ruishton Civil parish 1,473 Taunton Rural District 51°01′N 3°03′W / 51.02°N 3.05°W / 51.02; -3.05 (Ruishton) [6][155]
Several houses and school behind fields and hedgerows. Sampford Arundel Civil parish 268 Wellington Rural District 50°58′N 3°17′W / 50.96°N 3.28°W / 50.96; -3.28 (Sampford Arundel) [6][154]
Stone manor house with tall chimneys. In front of the house are gardens and trees. Staple Fitzpaine Civil parish 189 Taunton Rural District 50°58′N 3°03′W / 50.96°N 3.05°W / 50.96; -3.05 (Staple Fitzpaine) [6][155]
Stone building with square tower. In the foreground are gravestones and trees. Staplegrove Civil parish 1,649 Taunton Rural District 51°02′N 3°07′W / 51.03°N 3.12°W / 51.03; -3.12 (Staplegrove) [6][155]
A village of houses nestled in rolling green hills. Stawley Civil parish 279 Wellington Rural District 51°00′N 3°20′W / 51.00°N 3.33°W / 51.00; -3.33 (Stawley) [6][154]
Stone building with hexagonal tower topped by a short spirelet. Stoke St Gregory Civil parish 942 Taunton Rural District 51°02′N 2°56′W / 51.04°N 2.94°W / 51.04; -2.94 (Stoke St Gregory) [6][155]
Stone building with square tower. Stoke St Mary Civil parish 421 Taunton Rural District 50°59′N 3°03′W / 50.99°N 3.05°W / 50.99; -3.05 (Stoke St Mary) [6][155]
White building with square tower. Thornfalcon Civil parish 119 Taunton Rural District 51°01′N 3°01′W / 51.01°N 3.02°W / 51.01; -3.02 (Thornfalcon) [6][155]
Stone building with square tower. Tolland Civil parish 81 Taunton Rural District 51°05′N 3°17′W / 51.08°N 3.28°W / 51.08; -3.28 (Tolland, Somerset) [155]
Stone building with square tower. Trull Civil parish 2,288 Taunton Rural District 51°00′N 3°07′W / 51.00°N 3.12°W / 51.00; -3.12 (Trull) [6][155]
Roofs of several houses with the square tower of the church prominent amongst them. In the background are fields and hills. Wellington Town 13,822 Wellington Urban District 50°59′N 3°13′W / 50.98°N 3.22°W / 50.98; -3.22 (Wellington, Somerset) [6][156]
Wellington Without Civil parish 727 Wellington Rural District 50°58′N 3°14′W / 50.96°N 3.23°W / 50.96; -3.23 (Wellington Without) [6][154]
White painted building to the right of the road, with a sign saying The Rising Sun. West Bagborough Civil parish 358 Taunton Rural District 51°05′N 3°11′W / 51.09°N 3.18°W / 51.09; -3.18 (West Bagborough) [6][155]
Stone building with square tower and stair turret. West Buckland Civil parish 1,189 Wellington Rural District 50°59′N 3°11′W / 50.98°N 3.18°W / 50.98; -3.18 (West Buckland) [6][154]
Stone church with square tower West Hatch Civil parish 306 Taunton Rural District 50°59′N 3°01′W / 50.98°N 3.02°W / 50.98; -3.02 (West Hatch) [6][155]
Stone building with square tower, partially obscured by trees. West Monkton Civil parish 2,787 Taunton Rural District 51°03′N 3°03′W / 51.05°N 3.05°W / 51.05; -3.05 (West Monkton) [6][155]
Street scene with buildings and shops. The three-storey building on the left has a sign saying The Courthouse. Wiveliscombe Civil parish 2,893 Wellington Rural District 51°02′N 3°19′W / 51.04°N 3.31°W / 51.04; -3.31 (Wiveliscombe) [6][154]

West Somerset[edit]

The whole of the district is parished.

Image Name Status Population Former local authority Coordinates Refs
Stone building with arched windows and square tower. Bicknoller Civil parish 371 Williton Rural District 51°09′N 3°16′W / 51.15°N 3.27°W / 51.15; -3.27 (Bicknoller) [6][157]
Stone building with square tower, partially obscured by trees. In the foreground are gravestones. Brompton Ralph Civil parish 287 Williton Rural District 51°05′N 3°19′W / 51.08°N 3.31°W / 51.08; -3.31 (Brompton Ralph) [6][157]
Several buildings including a square church tower amongst trees. Brompton Regis Civil parish 449 Dulverton Rural District 51°04′N 3°29′W / 51.07°N 3.49°W / 51.07; -3.49 (Brompton Regis) [6][158]
Stone building with square tower, partially obscured by trees. Brushford Civil parish 519 Dulverton Rural District 51°01′N 3°32′W / 51.02°N 3.53°W / 51.02; -3.53 (Brushford, Somerset) [6][158]
Stone building with square tower. In the foreground are gravestones and trees. Carhampton Civil parish 865 Williton Rural District 51°10′N 3°25′W / 51.17°N 3.42°W / 51.17; -3.42 (Carhampton, Somerset) [6][157]
Stone building with square tower. In the foreground are stone crosses, gravestones and trees. Clatworthy Civil parish 101 Williton Rural District 51°04′N 3°21′W / 51.07°N 3.35°W / 51.07; -3.35 (Clatworthy) [157]
Stone building with square tower. In the foreground are stone crosses, gravestones and trees. Crowcombe Civil parish 489 Williton Rural District 51°07′N 3°14′W / 51.12°N 3.23°W / 51.12; -3.23 (Crowcombe) [6][157]
Stone building with square tower. In the foreground are gravestones. Cutcombe Civil parish 361 Williton Rural District 51°08′N 3°32′W / 51.14°N 3.53°W / 51.14; -3.53 (Cutcombe) [6][157]
Stone building with arched windows and square tower seen at the end of a narrow lane with white painted houses on the right and a wall on the left. Dulverton Town 1,408 Dulverton Rural District 51°03′N 3°33′W / 51.05°N 3.55°W / 51.05; -3.55 (Dulverton) [6][158]
Street scene with houses and shops on the left and an octagonal structure has a central stone pier which supports a heavy timber framework which carries a slate roof with central wooden lantern surmounted by a weather vane. In the distance is a castle. Dunster Civil parish 817 Williton Rural District 51°11′N 3°27′W / 51.18°N 3.45°W / 51.18; -3.45 (Dunster) [6]
Stone building with square tower amongst trees. In the foreground are cows in a field. East Quantoxhead Civil parish 104 Williton Rural District 51°11′N 3°14′W / 51.18°N 3.24°W / 51.18; -3.24 (East Quantoxhead) [6]
Stone building with tiled roof and square tower, surrounded by vegetation. Elworthy Civil parish 103 Williton Rural District 51°07′N 3°19′W / 51.11°N 3.31°W / 51.11; -3.31 (Elworthy) [157]
Stone building with square tower. Trees are to the right and behind with gravestones in the foreground. Exford Civil parish 405 Dulverton Rural District 51°08′N 3°38′W / 51.13°N 3.64°W / 51.13; -3.64 (Exford, Somerset) [6][158]
Mound of stones with fields in the background. Exmoor Civil parish 251 Dulverton Rural District 51°08′N 3°45′W / 51.14°N 3.75°W / 51.14; -3.75 (Exmoor civil parish) [6][158]
Wooden waterwheel on the side of a white painted building, partially obscured by trees. Exton Civil parish 243 Dulverton Rural District 51°05′N 3°32′W / 51.09°N 3.54°W / 51.09; -3.54 (Exton, Somerset) [6][158]
Buildings nestled in rolling hills. Holford Civil parish 392 Williton Rural District 51°10′N 3°13′W / 51.16°N 3.21°W / 51.16; -3.21 (Holford) [6][157]
Square stone tower with gravestones in the foreground. Huish Champflower Civil parish 301 Dulverton Rural District 51°04′N 3°22′W / 51.06°N 3.36°W / 51.06; -3.36 (Huish Champflower) [6][158]
Stone wall with window of ruined building. Kilve Civil parish 344 Williton Rural District 51°11′N 3°13′W / 51.18°N 3.22°W / 51.18; -3.22 (Kilve) [6][157]
Looking down on the village with houses and stone church building with square tower. Luccombe Civil parish 157 Williton Rural District 51°11′N 3°34′W / 51.19°N 3.56°W / 51.19; -3.56 (Luccombe, Somerset) [6][157]
Stone bridge over water, surrounded by vegetation. Luxborough Civil parish 237 Williton Rural District 51°08′N 3°28′W / 51.13°N 3.46°W / 51.13; -3.46 (Luxborough) [6][157]
Town seen from a nearby hill with multiple houses. The sea can be seen on the left and the white tent like canopy left of centre is the Butlins centre. Minehead Town 11,981 Williton Rural District
Minehead Urban District
51°12′N 3°28′W / 51.20°N 3.47°W / 51.20; -3.47 (Minehead) [6][157][159]
Old stone building with archway. Minehead Without Civil parish 60 Williton Rural District 51°12′N 3°31′W / 51.20°N 3.51°W / 51.20; -3.51 (Minehead Without) [157]
Stone building with square tower. Monksilver Civil parish 113 Williton Rural District 51°08′N 3°20′W / 51.13°N 3.33°W / 51.13; -3.33 (Monksilver) [6][157]
Reddish stone buildings. The church in the foreground has a square tower. Nettlecombe Civil parish 174 Williton Rural District 51°08′N 3°21′W / 51.13°N 3.35°W / 51.13; -3.35 (Nettlecombe, Somerset) [6][157]
Small stone bridge over a stream Oare Civil parish 68 Williton Rural District 51°12′N 3°43′W / 51.20°N 3.71°W / 51.20; -3.71 (Oare, Somerset) [157]
Stone building with square tower. In the foreground are gravestones. Old Cleeve Civil parish 1,672 Williton Rural District 51°10′N 3°23′W / 51.17°N 3.38°W / 51.17; -3.38 (Old Cleeve) [6][157]
Street scene showing stone church with truncated spire, On the right is a white painted building. Porlock Civil parish 1,440 Williton Rural District 51°13′N 3°36′W / 51.21°N 3.60°W / 51.21; -3.60 (Porlock) [6][157]
Stone building with white painted square tower. In the foreground is a road junction. Sampford Brett Civil parish 270 Williton Rural District 51°10′N 3°19′W / 51.16°N 3.31°W / 51.16; -3.31 (Sampford Brett) [6][157]
Thatched roofs of white painted houses nestled in tree filled valley. Selworthy Civil parish 477 Williton Rural District 51°13′N 3°33′W / 51.21°N 3.55°W / 51.21; -3.55 (Selworthy) [6][157]
Stone building with square tower. In the foreground are gravestones. Skilgate Civil parish 100 Dulverton Rural District 51°02′N 3°27′W / 51.04°N 3.45°W / 51.04; -3.45 (Skilgate) [158]
Wooden signal box next to railway platform decorated with flowers. Stogumber Civil parish 702 Williton Rural District 51°08′N 3°17′W / 51.13°N 3.29°W / 51.13; -3.29 (Stogumber) [6][157]
White painted church with square tower topped with a spire. Stogursey Civil parish 1,385 Williton Rural District 51°11′N 3°08′W / 51.18°N 3.14°W / 51.18; -3.14 (Stogursey) [6][157]
Stone church with red tiled roofs. Stringston Civil parish 116 Williton Rural District 51°11′N 3°11′W / 51.18°N 3.18°W / 51.18; -3.18 (Stringston) [157]
Reddish stone church with square tower. Timberscombe Civil parish 402 Williton Rural District 51°08′N 3°32′W / 51.13°N 3.54°W / 51.13; -3.54 (Timberscombe) [6][157]
Stone kilns built into a bank with a road in front. Treborough Civil parish 51 Williton Rural District 51°07′N 3°25′W / 51.12°N 3.41°W / 51.12; -3.41 (Treborough) [157]
Stone building with small bell tower. In the foreground are gravestones. Upton Civil parish 250 Dulverton Rural District 51°06′N 3°26′W / 51.10°N 3.44°W / 51.10; -3.44 (Upton, Somerset) [6][158]
View of multiple houses with sea on the left and hills in the background. Watchet Town 3,785 Watchet Urban District 51°11′N 3°20′W / 51.18°N 3.33°W / 51.18; -3.33 (Watchet) [6][160]
Waterfall cascading down rockface. West Quantoxhead Civil parish 343 Williton Rural District 51°10′N 3°16′W / 51.17°N 3.27°W / 51.17; -3.27 (West Quantoxhead) [6][157]
Stone building with arched doorway and windows. Two small towers. Williton Civil parish 2,607 Williton Rural District 51°10′N 3°19′W / 51.16°N 3.31°W / 51.16; -3.31 (Williton) [6][157]
Stone building with square tower. In the foreground are gravestones. Winsford Civil parish 321 Dulverton Rural District 51°06′N 3°34′W / 51.10°N 3.57°W / 51.10; -3.57 (Winsford, Somerset) [6][158]
White painted church with square tower. Withycombe Civil parish 293 Williton Rural District 51°10′N 3°25′W / 51.16°N 3.41°W / 51.16; -3.41 (Withycombe) [6][157]
Stone bridge with six arches over water. Withypool and Hawkridge Civil parish 201 Dulverton Rural District 51°07′N 3°39′W / 51.11°N 3.65°W / 51.11; -3.65 (Withypool and Hawkridge) [6][158]
Stone building with square tower. In the foreground are gravestones. Wootton Courtenay Civil parish 264 Williton Rural District 51°11′N 3°31′W / 51.18°N 3.52°W / 51.18; -3.52 (Wootton Courtenay) [6][157]

See also[edit]

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