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Plans to re-open quarry close to village centre
Aggregate Industries has submitted a planning application that could result in the re-opening of Bartlett's Quarry, just off Horn Street. A planning application (Reference...
Shock as Barratt Homes announces new plans to build
David Wilson Homes, a subsidiary of Barratt Homes, has announced new plans to build around 82 new homes at Green Pits Lane in Nunney. A...
Book a stall at Nunney Fayre 2020
Early Bird bookings for stalls at Nunney Street Fayre on Saturday 1 August 2019 is now live online until 5 January, after which standard...
Nunney Area Car Scheme
David Golby is the coordinator of the Nunney Area Car Scheme, a volunteer driving service run by and for Nunney residents. The scheme is open...
Death of a farm lad
In April 1850 a teenager was brutally murdered in Nunney. The case raised headlines across the country. Part 1 - Joseph and Mary We’ll start at...
When Nunney flooded
Before much work was done to improve flood problems, Nunney used to flood regularly. These photos were taken in the Sixties. Were you in the...
Typhoid in Nunney
Our village gained an 'unenviable notoriety' after an outbreak of typhoid in Nunney in 1872. The story of the Nunney epidemic of 1872 reads like...
In my backyard: a history of building in Nunney
Over the past century Nunney has seen new houses being built all over the village - often despite protest. On Saturday 22 March 2014 at...
The Nunney fair charter
The Henry III Fine Rolls Project has helped solve problems around the Nunney fair charter. By Ken Lloyd, Project Director, Friends of Nunney Church Discovering just...
Nunney Scarecrows – Part 2: The revolution starts here
This is the second part of three articles about 'Scarecrows', the theme of Nunney Open Gardens Day 2014. It accompanies an exhibition about child...
FOOD AND DRINK 
The George Inn
The George at Nunney is a country inn with a strong reputation for food and hospitality, located opposite Nunney Castle. Pubs near Longleat don't...
Moat & Turret ‘Cafe by the Castle’
Nunney cafe Moat & Turret 'Cafe by the Castle' is a dog-friendly place to enjoy hot and cold drinks, homemade cakes and a bite...
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 locals. Nunney Catch Transport...
Recommended restaurants around Nunney
If you fancy a bite to eat outside Nunney, here are our tips for great restaurants in the area. Bistro Lotte, Frome Frome’s fabulous new establishment...
WHERE TO STAY 
Broadgrove House B&B
Broadgrove B&B offers unique peace and tranquility at the day's end. On the Wiltshire/Somerset borders it is close to many local attractions and is...
The George Inn
The George Inn is a 17th century country inn in the centre of Nunney with an excellent reputation for food and hospitality. The George Inn...
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. Stay at Penny's Mill consistently gets top...
The 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...
Coach House, Ridgeway
If you're looking for delightful accommodation in Nunney, the newly refurbished Coach House in Ridgeway sleeps two. The property has its own shower room and...
Market Place Cottage
Clare Lewis hosts this delightful B&B accommodation in a quirky old cottage in the heart of the village. Market Place Cottage is close to the...
COUNCIL 
Nunney Parish Council agenda
The next meeting of Nunney Parish Council take place on Monday 3 February 2020 at Dallimore Mead Hall in Nunney. Unless otherwise stated, all meetings...
Mendip District Council
Mendip District Council is Nunney's Local Authority area of Mendip District Council. The District Council's office is based in Shepton Mallet. Mendip District Council is...
Contact your Councillor or MP
Do you need help or advice to deal with Nunney Parish Council, Mendip District Council, Somerset County Council or the national government? Here's how...
New Parish Council website
Nunney Parish Council has launched a new website to replace Nunney.org, containing its agendas, minutes and activities. The new website, nunneyparishcouncil.com, helps Nunney Parish Council...
THE ARTS 
AGM Nunney Players
The Nunney Players' Annual General Meeting (AGM) will held in Nunney Village Hall on 24 February at 7pm. Cheese and wine will be served...
Film night: Blinded by the Light
Blinded by the Light is shown at Nunney Village Hall on Friday 14 February, presented by Somerset Moviola and the Nunney Village Hall Committee. Blinded...
Pottery classes at Nunney Pottery
New 4-week pottery courses start on 18 and 19 February at the Nunney Pottery on Church Street, run by Kim Birchall. The 4-week pottery...
Kim Birchall Ceramics & Glass
Nunney resident Kim Birchall creates ceramics with stunning crystalline glazes. She also runs classes at the Nunney Gallery in Church Street. Kim's ceramics are hand-built...
EDUCATION 
Nunney Pre-School rated ‘Good’
Nunney Pre-School has been rated 'Good' by Ofsted, the government organisation responsible for inspecting schools. In March of this year the pre-school required improvement in...
Rare photos of Nunney school
Old photos of Nunney National School at the Church Rooms, taken in September 1879, have been bought by Visit Nunney. The National School later...
Mucky Pups
Mucky Pups is a group of approximately 20 volunteers who work regularly in the polytunnel with small groups of children from both Nunney Pre-School...
Frome Library
The nearest public library for Nunney is based in the heart of Frome. Frome Library offers a comprehensive range of books, CDs, DVDs and...
HEALTH AND WELLBEING 
Hatha yoga classes
Hatha yoga classes are held in Nunney Village Hall every Thursday between 6pm and 7.15pm. This is a small and welcoming class open to...
Dance classes
Dance classes are held at Nunney Village Hall every Wednesday night from 6.15pm until 7.15pm. These fun dance classes use various styles, from Reggaeton...
Outdoor gym installed by village hall
Nunney Parish Council has obtained funding in full from the The National Lottery Community Fund to install 6 pieces of outdoor exercise equipment. Owing...
Ballet Barre
Nunney resident Oba Noakes runs Ballet Barre classes at Nunney Village Hall on Tuesdays at 6pm, Wednesday 7.30pm and Thursdays at 11.30am. Ballet Barre is...
Wookey Hole
Wookey Hole Caves is a show cave and tourist attraction with theme park in the village of Wookey Hole on the southern edge of...
Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens
Abbotsbury Gardens' lush and exotic planting make a visit a must for garden lovers. Abbotsbury Gardens were established in 1765 by the first Countess of...
Bath
Bath is a World Heritage City famous for its Roman baths and Georgian splendour, but it has plenty to offer foodies and shoppers too. Bath's...
Stourhead
Stourhead is a National Trust property that includes a Palladian mansion, village and great landscape gardens. A miniature replica of the house featured as Lady...
East Somerset Railway
Enjoy a relaxed, unhurried and civilised journey on a steam train at the East Somerset Railway. East Somerset Railway hosts many special events throughout...
For sale: 2-bedroom end-of-terrace house, Berry Hill
This 2-bedroom end-of-terrace house on Berry Hill has a conservatory with views of Nunney Castle plus an attractive rear garden. Entrance via double privacy glazed...
For sale: 3-bedroom apartment over shop, Market Place
With lots of expansive, light accommodation throughout, this unique first floor apartment is positioned in the centre of the desirable and picturesque village of...
For sale: 3-bedroom terraced house, Flowerfield
This enviably situated three double bedroom family home has fantastic family accommodation, far reaching countryside views and great access into this sought after village...
For sale: 5-bedroom cottage, Holwell
Waterloo Farm is a substantial detached family home standing in extensive grounds in Holwell, on the edge of Nunney, just a five-minute drive of...
Nunney – a great place to live and work
Nunney has a vibrant community life, well-run schools, low crime and unemployment rates and a terrific location, making it a great place to live...
Under offer: 4-bedroom semi-detached, Horn Street
Dating back to 1750 this charming attached period property is tucked away in a peaceful setting in the pretty village of Nunney on the...
BUSINESS 
SPAR shop
The SPAR shop in the Market Place in Nunney is a cracking little store full of great offers, freshly-baked bread, an excellent wine selection...
South West Marquees
Nunney-based South West Marquees is the premier marquee hire company in the South West with over 20 years of experience setting up marquees for...
Valley Sawmills
UK saw mills in Somerset include Valley Sawmills, one of two sawmills operated by Herriard Sawmills Ltd. UK saw mills in Somerset include Nunney's very...
How to market on a shoestring
Do you run a business in Nunney but you don't have the money to promote it? Here are our practical tips for putting your...
Greggs Nunney Catch
Greggs Nunney Catch specialises in savoury products such as pasties, sausage rolls and sandwiches and sweet items including doughnuts and vanilla slices. Greggs' best...
Jill of All Trades
Nunney-based Jill of All Trades specialises in garden maintenance and makeovers. Jennifer and her small team of efficient, experienced and enthusiastic ‘Jills’ (and a ‘Jack’...
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