North Cadbury & Yarlington Parish
Wednesday 20 September 2017

North Cadbury & Yarlington Parish Website

Latest News

Draft Community Plan 2017

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Draft Community Plan - you may view the responses to the Parish Questionnaire including the data and, from that information, the main issues and concerns of the Parish.  There will be opportunities at the Open Evenings for further discussions and questions which will then inform further Parish Council discussions later in October. Please note age demographics updated - apologies

Draft Community Plan 2017 - Come and Have Your Say at the Open Meetings 3rd, 4th, 5th October

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A large number of issues were raised in the Community Plan questionnaires. If you wish to talk to a member of the Parish Council, about the results from the questionnaires, or any other matter we have arranged “Open” meetings as follows:  

Tuesday 3rd October   Yarlington Village Hall

Wednesday 4th October North Cadbury Village Hall

Thursday 5th October Galhampton Church

All the meetings are from 7.00-9.00pm and refreshments will be provided.

Coming Up

200 Club Coffee Morning

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200 Club Coffee Morning and Prize Draw

Send us your event details

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For the current month we need your event details. If you are planning an event and would like it to appear on the North Cadbury & Yarlington Parish diary then please contact us and let us know when it is

This web site is designed to tell of the many attractions awaiting visitors, as well as serving as a centre of information for all who live in the  parishes and round about..

The Civil Parishes of North Cadbury and Yarlington share one Parish Council and comprise the four villages of Galhampton, North Cadbury, Yarlington and Woolston.  They are just to the South and West of the delightful little town of Castle Cary and just North of the A303 trunk route from London to the South West.  Mostly farmland and orchards, the parishes are proud to be the home of two of the very best cheese makers in Somerset.  Our orchards contribute many gallons of the cider for which Somerset is renowned world wide.  Farms in the parishes grow thousands of tons of potatoes amongst a wide range of agricultural crops.  At the other end of the scale we are pleased to host a company servicing many types of helicopter.