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Crewkerne’s population stood at 7,826 at the time of the 2011 census.
Sitting on the A30, not far from the A303 that stretches across the South West, 20 minutes from Yeovil, Crewkerne is surrounded by countryside. There is a train station with routes to London (fastest journey time 2 hours and 26 minutes). The closest airport lies a little under 30 miles away in Exeter.
The best source for local news is the Chard & Ilminster News.
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Once the bags are unpacked and you’ve shuffled around the furniture (“…bit more to the right…”), it’s time to discover the best bits of Crewkerne. Here’s our top picks;
Enjoy farm fresh produce from North Perrot Fruit Farm. You’ll also find an excellent café and plant shop. So you can eat well and stat planning the perfect garden.
This charming shop is packed with gorgeous gifts, homeware, furniture. Whether you need new mugs, an upcycled side table, wall art or just something chic, you’ll find it here.
No additives, no colourings, this is your daily bread the way nature intended. Simply stunning bakes from passionate artisan bakers.
This awesome micro-brewery offers the flavours of Somerset, producing cask ales and ciders, they also stock gin, wines and serve mouth-watering pizzas.
With a friendly village feel, the small town of Crewkerne has a colourful history as well as spectacular scenery and biology. There is plenty of nature to explore right on the doorstep, a Norman castle, weekly market and a number of local events throughout the year including the annual Crewkerne Charter Fair with street food, live music, entertainment, stalls, rides and more.
If you’re keen to get out and about or looking for places to keep fit, you can explore Bincombe Beeches Nature Reserve with miles of footpaths for walkers and joggers. There is also a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a heritage centre detailing the town’s past. There is a leisure centre with a pool, gym and classes. Or you could pop along to the local theatre group’s latest production.
Not far from the A303 and 20 minutes from Yeovil, Crewkerne has a train station with services to London taking 2 hours and 26 minutes. If you’re planning on jetting overseas, the nearest airport can be found in Exeter, 58 minutes by car.