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The 2011 government census recorded Ilchester’s population as 4,319.
Beside the A303 across the South West (passing Stonehenge along the way), Ilchester also lies on the route of the A37 with routes to Weymouth and the Dorset coast. Yeovil is just 11 minutes by car where you’ll find the closest mainline station offering routes to London.
The Somerset County Gazette covers the local news and events.
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Having made your move to Ilchester, it’s time to ‘go native’, so here’s a rundown of the very best of this lovely town;
In our humble opinion “THE GREATEST CHEESE COMPANY IN THE WORLD”, Ilchester Cheese is also home to the amazing Beer Cheese. Beer and cheese. What’s not to love!?!
A proper café, run by people who care about people, Clare’s are passionate about food but also proud of their community. The cake is so tasty, that calories don’t count (allegedly!).
As well as selling stunning flowers, this funky florists also offer floristry and paint workshops. It’s a great place to learn new skills, meet new friends and buy beautiful blooms.
Rich buffalo milk, amazing buffalo mozzarella, incredible ice cream, if you haven’t tried it yet, get yourself down to Buffalicious for something wonderfully different!
Ilchester has had a fascinating past. It was once the county town of Somerset and one of the most important towns in the South West. It was first settled by the Romans but went on to be a hugely important market town for the Saxons, home to a royal mint and much coveted by the Vikings. It was the site of a few skirmishes during the English Civil War.
Today this is very much farming country, if you’re a foodie you really are in for a treat, there are so many great local producers to sample. From buffalo steaks to Ilchester cheese, the town offers the flavours of Somerset.
Along with all the fine food, Ilchester has its own museum detailing its fascinating past, from the Roman occupation, through to Ilchester jail and the Second World War. History buffs can also head to the nearby Fleet Air Arm Museum. If you prefer the great outdoors, then you certainly won’t be disappointed, Ilchester is surrounded by stunning scenery for walking, cycling or even paragliding if you’re feeling daring?
Now bypassed by the nearby A303, Ilchester offers easy access down to the Dorset coast via the A37. Ilchester retains its village charm but if you do need a little retail therapy, big high street names can all be found in Yeovil, 11 miles away. Yeovil is also the location of the nearest mainline station, offering routes to London and the south coast.