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The Nunney workhouse [Image: Eventide: A scene in the Westminster Union Workhouse, Sir Hubert von Herkomer, 1878]  
Until 1837 Nunney had a workhouse, located next to the Theobald Arms at Nunney Catch.  More...

Did Queen Elizabeth I come to Nunney? [Image: Wax impression of the Great Seal of Queen Elizabeth I @ Ashmolean Museum, Oxford]  
In August 1574 Queen Elizabeth I left Bristol to travel to Longleat. What route did she take – and did it take her through Nunney?  More...

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...

Charabancs: a grand day out [Image: charabanc]  
Charabancs were a familiar sight in Nunney until the 1950s. The village itself had regular charabanc outings too.  More...

An explosive court case [Image: Nunney rectory, 1860]  
When Rev. John Challen made improvements to the rectory in Nunney, his attempts at digging a well landed a man in court in 1876.  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...

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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 Inn [Image: Castle Suite at The George at Nunney]  
The George at Nunney is a 17th century country 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 Inn [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...

Recommended restaurants around Nunney [Image: Bistro Lotte Frome]  
If you fancy a bite to eat outside Nunney, here are our tips for great restaurants in the area.  More...

[Image: Shops at the edge of the market square, by Charles D P Miller on Flickr]   Salisbury Salisbury is a cathedral city with lots of shops, a large market and loads of charm....
[Image: Bath]   Bath Bath is a World Heritage City famous for its Roman baths and Georgian splendour, but it...
[Image: Cobbled streets at Catherines Hill in Frome, Somerset]   Frome Frome is a charming market town that was recently rated the best place to live in...
[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 Cheddar Gorge is England’s largest gorge and, with its weathered crags and pinnacles, one of our...
[Image: Wells Cathedral, by netNicholls (Flickr)]   Wells Wells is the smallest city in England – excluding the City of London – and Somerset’s...
Gentle exercise [Image: Pilates]  
Did you know that you can join gentle exercise classes at Nunney Village Hall every week?  More...

Pottery classes at Nunney Pottery New 6-week pottery courses start in September at the Nunney Pottery on Church Street, run by Kim Birchall...
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..
Grants available for community projects [Image: Mendip District Council]  
Funding is now available for community projects in the Mendip Hills area, including Nunney.  More...

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...
Nunney Community SpeedWatch Are you fed up with motorists speeding through Nunney? Why not do something about it and volunteer for SpeedWatch?..
Nunney guide launched The new 52-page full-colour Visit Nunney guide to Nunney Castle and village at Nunney Fayre is now on sale...
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