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When electricity came to Nunney
Nunney was first introduced to the wonders of electricity on Thursday 20 February 1868, when John Fussell fired a cannon in the packed back room at The George at Nunney.  More...

Nunney Castle isn’t accessible for everyone [Image: Disabled young man sitting in a wheelchair and looks at Nunney Castle.]  
Heritage accessibility is no longer a ‘nice to have’, but a real priority for anyone involved in running an historic site.  More...

How Nunney Castle was saved [Image: Nunney Castle]  
Nunney Castle partially collapsed a century ago. It was touch and go whether it would be lost forever.  More...

Discovering St George [Image: Woodcut Frontispiece from Alexander Barclay's "Lyfe of Seynt George" Westminster 1515]  
In 1895 a wall painting of England’s patron saint St George was discovered in All Saints Church.  More...

The Nunney Hoard [Image: Nunney Hoard]  
The Nunney hoard of ancient coins was discovered in 1860 and hailed as “one of the most interesting discoveries of ancient British coins that ever has been placed upon More...

Nunney scarecrows [Image: Child labour in Victorian Somerset]  
Child labour was common in early 19th century Nunney for children as young as 5. It took almost a century to introduce proper education for all children in our village.  More...

Death of a farm lad [Image: High Street Nunney]  
In April 1850 a teenager was brutally murdered in Nunney. The case raised headlines across the country.  More...

[Image: Penny's Mill, Nunney]  
Stay at Penny’s Mill bed and breakfast
Stay at Penny’s Mill is a luxury bed and breakfast run by former cookery school owner Rosie Davies.  More...

The George at Nunney [Image: The George at Nunney]  
The George at Nunney is a 17th century Inn in the centre of Nunney with an excellent reputation for food and hospitality.  More...

The Hermitage Nunney [Image: hermitage nunney]  
The Hermitage Nunney is a charming property dating back to 1750. It oozes character and is the perfect base to admire the picturesque beauty of Somerset.  More...

Moat & Turret ‘Cafe by the Castle’ [Image: moat turret nunney]  
Nunney cafe Moat & Turret ‘Cafe by the Castle’ is a dog-friendly place to enjoy hot and cold drinks, homemade More...

Ola BarbeQue [Image: ola barbeque nunney]  
Ola BarbeQue Bar & Grill Restaurant serves a delicious range of Mediterranean foods with a takeaway and delivery More...

The George at Nunney [Image: The George at Nunney]  
The George at Nunney is a country inn with a strong reputation for food and hospitality, located opposite Nunney More...

Nunney Catch Transport Cafe [Image: Nunney Catch Transport Cafe]  
Nunney Catch Transport Cafe is a truck stop with truck parking for 16 lorries, but it is also popular with Nunney More...

Mrs B’s Caring Catering [Image: Mrs B's Caring Catering]  
Mrs B’s Caring Catering is run by Nunney resident Ruth Brooks (Mrs B), who has over thirty years of experience More...

[Image: Roman_Baths_in_Bath_Spa,_England_-_July_2006]   Bath The World Heritage City of Bath is famous for its Roman baths and Georgian splendour, but...
[Image: Cobbled streets at Catherines Hill in Frome, Somerset]   Frome The charming market town of Frome was recently rated the best place to live in southwest...
[Image: Stourhead Gardens]   Stourhead Stourhead is a National Trust property that includes a Palladian mansion, village and great landscape gardens....
[Image: Cheddar Gorge, by Luke Andrew Scowen 2009 (Flickr)]   Cheddar Gorge At almost 400 feet deep and three miles long, Cheddar Gorge is England’s largest gorge, and...
[Image: Longleat Safari Park]   Longleat Safari Park Longleat, the UK’s first safari park and still one of the most popular attractions, is 8.7...
[Image: Stonehenge]   Stonehenge Stonehenge is one of the most famous sites in the world, the remains of a prehistoric...
Wildlife and Wonder at Asham Wood [Image: Asham Wood]  
Explore Asham Wood and take part in fun workshop sessions with the Somerset Wildlife Trust on Saturday 5 May.  More...

Self-drive tours What better way to explore Somerset, Wiltshire and the Cotswolds than in a beautiful classic car?..
Walks in and around Nunney Nunney Castle walks are popular not just because of the stunning countryside and heritage, but also the village’s proximity to the..
Zumba GOLD at Nunney Village Hall Gina Fry teaches Zumba Gold at Nunney Village Hall on Tuesdays from 10am to 10.45am – perfect for active older people..
Nunney Area Car Scheme [Image: Nunney Parish Council]  
David Golby is the coordinator of the Nunney Area Car Scheme, a volunteer driving service run by and for Nunney More...

Somerset Mobile Library Service The mobile library bus is back in the Market Place in Nunney on Wednesday 2 May from 3.15pm to 3.35pm...
Shop won’t become community asset – yet Nunney Parish Council has decided not to proceed with its application to register the Bird family’s SPAR shop in Nunney as..
Alabama rot warning for dog owners Alabama rot is spreading. Dog walkers have been warned to look for signs of the often deadly dog disease, after fresh..


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