The village of Norton Saint Philip is located approximately 7 miles south of the City of Bath in the West Country of England. Set in a scenery of rolling green Somerset hills, the village is home to about 1000 residents.
This is a place with a history, a small battle was fought here during Monmouth's Rebellion in 1685, and 'The George Inn' is one of the oldest pubs in England, with an entry in the record books.
The village has as its social focus: three Churches, Village Green ('Churchmead'), a school, Village Hall ('The Palairet'), two pubs ('The George Inn' and 'The Fleur de Lys').
These unofficial webpages were launched in 1998 to provide an introductory online guide to the village...
The most scenic route from the City of Bath is along the B3110 road, which runs through the village. Alternatively you can take the larger A36 road southbound, off which you need to take a right hand turn near Farleigh Hungerford onto the A366 westbound. The village lies about 1 mile onward. You can click here to view maps of the area.
A historical guide and tour of the village is now available.
Find out more about the life of the village, including a look at some of the organisations active here.
Details of forthcoming village events are best found within the printed Parish Magazine which is distributed monthly within the village. For subscription or other details please contact the webmaster who will forward your query to the Editor.
For more about the commercial side of the village, check out the business section. Places to stay in the village are also included here.
You can see a list of relevant links in this section of the website.
If you'd like to make any comments or queries, then please contact the webmaster (see contact section).