The Village of Wedmore

Wedmore village is a conservation area, and with good reason. The centre is a rare surviving example of a 'Saxon square' - an ancient piece of open land completely enclosed on all four sides by houses facing outwards onto lanes. The buildings within the conservation area are almost all Georgian or earlier, and the village is known for its pleasing architectural integrity. At the heart of the village is the beautiful medieval church , set in its graveyard. Click on this map to see an enlarged version (file size 81KB)
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In spite of attracting a good number of visitors each year, Wedmore remains essentially a busy village of working farms, tucked between the Somerset Levels and the Mendip Hills. The surrounding farmland is almost all traditional livestock pasture. Wedmore is, however, becoming increasingly famous for its annual events - The Turnip Prize and the Real Ale Festival.

You can find out a lot more about Wedmore in our Community Website.

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