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The Local Area Guide to Living in Ashcott

Ashcott is a village and Civil Parish in the heart of Somerset, located in the Sedgemoor area, and was once part of the Hundred Whitely. Ashcott’s name derives from the eastern part of the Polden Hills, which are a collection of hills that extend for 10 miles, parallel to the Somerset Levels. Earliest signs of inhabitants on the Polden Hills show that there were Mesolithic settlements here, which dates back to before 3000 BC. A Neolithic hurdle trackway was also discovered in Ashcott Heath, which extended into the island of Meare.

The Grade II* listed building, All Saints Church, is the principle church of the region, tracing back to the 15th century. It is also part of a group of 5 other churches, Shapwick, Burtle, Catcott, Edington and Childon. Ashcott has had a tradition of hosting a beer festival for the past 16 years, which takes place right after the Glastonbury Festival, drawing in large numbers each year. The Ashcott Beer Festival is a fantastic get together of people – locals and visitors alike, and raises money to improve children’s facilities in the area.

Information About the Local Residents

Ashcott is home to around 1,186 people, and in Sedgemoor, there are approximately 114,588 inhabitants. 91.7% of Sedgemoor residents were born in the country, while 2% were born in Wales, 1.1% in Scotland and 0.4% in Ireland. 97.6% are fluent English speakers, followed by Polish at 0.9% and Portuguese and Lithuanian at 0.2%. In terms of religion, Christianity is the most common faith at 64.6%, with non-religious accounting for 26.1%, Islam at 0.3% and Hinduism and Buddhism at 0.1%.

Just over half the Sedgemoor population are in wedlock at 51.1%, while 19.3% are single and have never been married and 12.3% live with someone of the opposite sex. Skilled trades are the most common type of occupation listed at 14.4%, elementary and professional at 13% and managers, directors and senior officials at 10.9%.

Sources: 2011 Census, Office of National Statistics

Nearby Schools

Ashcott Primary School is the one school available in the village, and can be found at the end of Polden Hills, near Somerset Levels. Ofsted recently had glowing things to say about the school, with the teaching being “consistently good” while “some is outstanding”, also, “the school is well led by a highly respected and caring headteacher”. The closest secondary schools to the village are The Bridge School and Haygrove School, which are both located in the short drive away in Bridgwater.

Getting Around

Ashcott Railway Station is no longer open, so the closest train station is 9.8 miles away, over in Bridgwater. Ashcott has 3 different bus services, the 19 bus that connects Bridgwater to Leigh Road, the number 37 that goes to Wells from Bridgwater and the 29 that connects Wells to Taunton. For those wishing to drive to destinations such as Devon and Cornwall, the A39 links up with Ashcott, while Bristol Airport is only a 45 minutes away by car.

Local Shops

In the village itself, you can find F Griffifths & Sons, a local butcher, an appliances store, as well as Ashcott Stores and a Londis, where groceries, toiletries and other domestic products can be found. For extensive retail shopping, Clark’s Village is only a stone’s throw away, with over 90 different retail stores and places to eat, such as M&S, Café Nero and French Connection.

Piper’s Inn is a charming place to grab a bite and sample some delicious Sunday carvery, while The Ashcott prides itself on fine dining, with a large wine selection and a mouth-watering menu, including an authentic Hungarian Goulash.

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