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Cheddar has a very historical secondary school. View full details of local schools HERE.
In the 2011 census Cheddar’s population was 5,755.
A short distance from the M5, you can be in Bristol in 39 minutes, it’s also the location of the closest international airport. The nearest train station is in Worle, just under 8 miles away.
The main source of local news is SomersetLive.
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Having completed your Cheddar removals, you can get out and explore. Here’s a selection of the best of Cheddar;
With arguably the best views of any café in the South West, Café Gorge certainly has some of the best local produce. Enjoy real Cheddar along with locally brewed cider in the Somerset sunshine!
In our (humble) opinion, this is the finest cheese in the UK. It’s also the only Cheddar cheese made in Cheddar and matured in the caves. Pop into their shop for a range of delicious goodies.
If there’s anything likely to make you put down the delicious cheese this is it! Cheddar ales are truly special. Don’t believe us? Head to their taproom and try for yourselves!
Not only will this fantastic shop help you transform your new home, they also hold regular workshops and classes. First class service and friendly helpful staff.
It doesn’t get fresher than this. Forget the supermarkets, if you want great produce Warren’s is the place to go. Fruit, veg, herbs, dairy, pantry goods, they even deliver!
This fantastic village has so much to offer. Of course, it has spectacular scenery and plenty of countryside to explore, it also has a wonderful village feel, charming architecture, local events, independent shops and great local produce. Plus of course the best cheese in the country and even a superb brewery. No lesser organisation than the BBC named Cheddar Gorge as the second most spectacular natural wonder in the UK (behind Dan Yr Ogof caves).
Cheddar has its own fitness centre, miles and miles of countryside to get out and explore, plus a large reservoir for walking, cycling and just getting outdoors. There are playgrounds, sports fields, a number of local societies and groups covering a range of topics and interests.
A short hop to the M5, Cheddar locals can be in Bristol in 39 minutes. Bristol is also the location of the nearest international airport. Cheddar doesn’t have its own train station and the closest rail line is 8 miles away in Worle.