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Ilminster’s population was 5,808 at the time of the census in 2011.
Beside the scenic A303, 12 miles south east of the county town of Taunton, Ilminster sits surrounded by beautiful Somerset countryside. Yeovil is 14 miles directly east, and the closest airport is at Exeter, a 37-minute drive. The nearest train station can be found 7 miles away in Crewkerne.
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Moving to Ilminster is just the beginning. Boxes unpacked (don’t forget Armishaws free recycling service), it’s time to explore the best of this charming town. Here’s our favourites;
Our favourite Somerset cider (ergo, the best cider in the world!), you simply must visit to try and stock up. There’s even a fantastic farm shop on site. Win/win!
Ready to make your mark in your new home? Glassification are a local company that as well as great art, jewellery, beads, homeware and more, also create beautiful glass splashbacks.
A real hub of the community, The Meeting house has a great café and art gallery showcasing local art. There are also live events, performances, workshops and a craft shop.
Offering bespoke service with everything from curtain and blinds, wallpaper, soft furnishings, accessories and interior design, the stylish Weave and Wood have just ‘got it’!
Is it possible to walk past this fantastic dairy, deli and sandwich shop without popping in and treating yourself to something delicious? If it is, we certainly haven’t managed it. Delicious!
Horse fairs and rebellion, markets and mayhem, boozy courtrooms and cider loving locals, Ilminster is a charming and typically eccentric Somerset town that makes the South West such a wonderful place to live.
An ancient market town that takes its name from the river and the grand church that dominates the skyline, Ilminster has played an important part in Somerset’s history and today keeps much of that history alive. There is a busy event schedule throughout the year and venues well loved and supported by the local community.
Ilminster has a number of events popping up through the year covering a range of interests, there’s a literary festival, classic car show, a dog show and a funfair. In September the town is dominated by Carnival season (a number of towns in the area hold parades at this time of year). There is also the
Warehouse Theatre which hosts productions each year and the Bowling and Tennis Club.
14 miles from Yeovil, 12 miles from Taunton, as well as access to a good selection of independent local shops, you’re never far from the big high street names. Exeter is just a 37-minute drive and also the home of the nearest international airport if you’re planning jetting off. Ilminster doesn’t have a train station, the nearest can be found at Crewkerne, 7 miles away.