Somerset State Primary Schools

Abbas and Templecombe C of E VC Primary School, Templecombe
All Saints Church of England Primary Schoo,l Montacute
Ash Church of England Primary School, Ash, Martock
Baltonsborough C of E VC Primary School, Baltonsborough
Barwick and Stoford Community Primary School, Barwick
Beckington Church of England First School,Beckington
Berkley Church of England First School, Frome
Birchfield Community Primary School, Yeovil
Bishop Henderson Church of England Primary School, Coleford
Bowlish Infant School, Shepton Mallet
Bruton Primary School, Bruton
Castle Cary Community Primary School, Castle Cary
Castle Primary School, Stoke-sub-Hamdon
Charlton Horethorne Church of England Primary School, Charlton Horethorne
Charlton Mackrell Church of England Primary School, Charlton Mackrell
Chilthorne Domer Church of England Church School, Chilthorne Domer
Christ Church C of E VC First School, Frome
East Coker Community Primary School, East Coker
Evercreech Church of England Primary School, Evercreech
Grass Royal Junior School, Yeovil
Hayesdown First School, Frome
Holy Trinity Church of England Primary School, Yeovil
Horsington Church of England Primary School, Horsington
Huish Primary School, Yeovil
Ilchester School, Ilchester
Keinton Mandeville Primary School, Keinton Mandeville
Kingsdon Church of England Primary School, Somerton
Lovington Church of England Primary School, Lovington
Martock Church of England Primary School, Martock
Mells Church of England First School, Mells
Milborne Port Primary School, Milborne Port
Milford Infants School, Yeovil
Milford Junior School, Yeovil
North Cadbury Church of England Primary School, North Cadbury
Norton-Sub-Hamdon Church of England Primary School, Norton Sub Hamdon
Nunney First School, Nunney
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Primary School, Wincanton
Parcroft Community Junior School, Yeovil
Pen Mill Infant and Nursery School, Yeovil
Preston Church of England VC Primary School, Yeovil
Reckleford Community School and Children’s Centre, Yeovil
Rode Methodist VC First School, Rode
Shepton Mallet Community Infants School, Shepton Mallet
St Aldhelm’s Church of England Primary School, Doulting
St Gildas Catholic Primary School, Yeovil
St John’s Church of England Voluntary Aided First School, Frome
St Louis Catholic Primary School, Frome
St Nichola’s Church of England Primary School, Henstridge
St Paul’s Church of England VC Junior School, Shepton Mallet
Trinity Church of England First School, Frome
Upton Noble C of E VC Primary School, Upton Noble
Vallis First School, Frome
Walton Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School, Walton
West Chinnock Church of England Primary School, West Chinnock
West Coker C of E VC Primary School, West Coker
Westfield Community Infants School, Yeovil
Wincanton Primary School, Wincanton

Somerset State Secondary Schools

Ansford School, Castle Cary
Brymore School Bridgwater Upper school 123903 website
Bucklers Mead, Yeovil
Frome Community College, Frome
King Arthur’s Community School, Wincanton
Preston School, Yeovil
Sexey’s School, Bruton
Stanchester, Stoke-sub-Hamdon
Westfield Community School, Yeovil
Whitstone School, Shepton Mallet

Somerset Independent Primary/Prep Schools

All Hallows Preparatory School, East Cranmore
Hazlegrove Preparatory School, Sparkford
Springmead Preparatory School, Beckington

Somerset Independent Schools

Bruton School for Girls, Bruton
Chilton Cantelo School, Chilton Cantelo
King’s School, Bruton
Park School, Yeovil

Somerset Special Schools

Critchill School, Frome
Fairmead School, Yeovil
Fiveways School, Yeovil
North Hill House School, Frome

Are you looking to buy or rent that perfect country cottage or family home in Wiltshire?

If you are looking to buy or rent that perfect country cottage or family home in Wiltshire then you have picked a great place to live in. With its sweeping chalk and limestone downland and pretty valleys and vales, this sizable (1,345 sq miles), mainly rural county, stretches from Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire in the North to Dorset and Hampshire in the South with Somerset to the West and Berkshire to the East.

Introduction to Wiltshire life

The bulk of the county’s population of 613,000 live along the M4 corridor to the North with Swindon, Chippenham and Marlborough being the main towns, the former being the largest and known for its engineering, electronic and manufacturing industries. To the West are a number of smaller towns such as Trowbridge, Melksham and Westbury that grew from the 19th Century wool industry.

To the South of the market and brewing town of Devizes on the Kennet & Avon Canal is the large expanse of Salisbury Plain known for its military training grounds and prehistoric archaeology with Stonehenge and Avebury being amongst the most famous Neolithic sites in the World.

Property in Wiltshire

Rural View sell and let village homes, farmhouses and country property in South Wiltshire. This lovely agricultural area being made up of five river valleys called the Chalke, Nadder, Wylye, Woodford and Bourne Valleys. Rather confusingly, the rivers running through the Chalke and Woodford Valleys are actually the Ebble and Avon respectively whilst the Western end of the Wylye Valley is known as the Deverill Valley and the upper reaches of the Nadder Valley are called the Donheads! These rivers cut through rolling chalk downland, much of which is classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and all join up near or at Salisbury to become the River Avon.

Salisbury, Wiltshire

Salisbury’s roots go back to the Iron Age hill fort of Old Sarum before construction of the iconic cathedral began in 1217. This attractive medieval city holds twice weekly markets and is well known for its arts, schools, hospital and the many historic buildings around the Cathedral Close. The railway station has direct mainline services to London (Waterloo).

Just to the West of Salisbury, at the gateway to the Nadder and Wylye Valleys, is the small town of Wilton; the ancient capital of Wessex, site of the riverside stately home of Wilton House and once famous for the quality of its carpet production.

Warminster, Wiltshire

Despite its military connections, Warminster’s name is thought to derive from the River Were and owes its prosperity in the middle ages from corn, cloth and bell making. Close by is the Longleat Estate with its stately home, safari park, holiday centre and boating lake at Shear Water whilst Stourhead is much loved for its splendid National Trust owned gardens.

The southern border of the county forms part of Cranborne Chase, a large chalk plateau, the highest point being at Win Green with views as far as the Isle of Wight.

5 little known facts about Wiltshire

  1. The largest Chinese restaurant in the UK is The Pagoda Palace in Swindon
  2. Bremilham Church, Malmesbury measuring just 13 x 11ft, is the smallest church in Britain with a single pew for 4 people & standing room for 6
  3. The Britpop band Oasis took their name from an Inspiral Carpets tour poster in Noel & Liam Gallagher’s bedroom; one of the venues was the Oasis Leisure Centre in Swindon
  4. The phenomenon of crop circles originate from the 1980’s in North Wiltshire particularly around the Marlborough Downs & Pewsey Vale area
  5. The people of Wiltshire used to be known as Moonrakers following excise men catching smugglers trying to retrieve contraband hidden in a pond at night; the criminals said they were raking the moon’s reflections on the surface of the water to gather cheese

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