Historic Market Town in the beautiful South Somerset Hills
Crewkerne, an important town since before the Norman Conquest with many fine buildings and a magnificent 15th century church, nestles beneath Bincombe Hill with its nature trail and spectacular views.
Discover our towns history in the Museum and Heritage centre; follow a Town Trail; visit the farmers Market, antiques centres and bookshops; swim or workout at the Aqua Centre and Lifestyle Centre.
Leaflets are available at the Local Information Centre
'Bincombe Through The Lens' Photography Competition
Entries in age categories:
- Under 9 years
- 9 - 13 years inc.
- 14 - 18 years inc.
Prize of £20 (winner) and £10 (runner-up) in each class
Kindly sponsored by R. L. Jeffery, Building Contractors
Entries to be submitted to the Town Hall by 30th June 2015 and results will be announced on 8th July 2015.
Collect your free entry form from the Town Hall or alternatively please see below:-
To download an entry form - please click here
To download the poster - please click here
Crewkerne Town Council regrets that it has taken so long to carry out the enhancement to the Henhayes playground but is pleased to say that the area should be open again for play within the next few weeks. A combination of poor weather, withdrawal of a principal contractor and other factors beyond the control of the Council has resulted in an unacceptable delay however a programme is now in place that will ensure the first phase is completed very soon.
The existing play equipment is being painted and refurbished as this goes to press. Week beginning 11th May contractors will be on site to install a new item of toddler play equipment, to improve the surfacing around the roundabout, to remove excess rubble and to import soil to level the area before new turf is laid. The following week new matta safety surfacing will be installed under the multi-play unit. New benches and bins will also be installed during this week. It will then be a week or so when the newly laid turf will require watering to enable it to take before the first part of the playground will be opened.
Work is also in progress for the second phase which will include the installation of 2 large items of play equipment for older children: a basket swing and a gondola swing. The ground is to be contoured to incorporate a moat and ‘island’ and further landscaping will include a planting scheme to enhance the play experience.
World War One Centenary Commemorations
- War Memorial Gardens in Severalls Park Avenue (please click here)
- A New War Memorial Plaque in Falkland Square (please click here)
World War One Commemorations at the War Memorial in Severalls Park Avenue on 4th August 2014