Welcome to Combe St Nicholas
In and around the parish of Combe St Nicholas, there are a number of really interesting places to visit, including within the village itself, there is the 13th Century St Nicholas Church, then walk on up to Sunday School Wood situated next to our church. Why not then wander down Underway past our lovely old Village hall to visit the Underway Meade wildlife area. Looking slightly further afield, there is the History Museum in Chard the Fleet Air Arm Museum at Yeovilton, Cricket St. Thomas Gardens, The Haynes Motor Museum at Sparkford, Forde Abbey and Gardens and Ferne Animal Sanctuary.
Fancy a good walk?
We are very fortunate to be totally surrounded by beautiful countryside and countryside walks, so download the routes, put your walking boots on and GO FOR A WALK!
All walks 1 – 9 are basically circular in design. (Click here to download pdf with routes to follow)
Or if you fancy a bit further afield!
The Parish lies on the edge of the Blackdown Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, (see Blackdown Hills AONB) and there are many fine walks locally. The Quantocks, Exmoor and the Somerset Levels are within easy each.
There is Chard, our nearest town with its old Lace Mills etc. moving on to a much bigger County Town of Taunton, which is within easy to reach by car or bus. It has many leading retailers and places of entertainment, including the Brewhouse Theatre, for this and other arts venues, please click below links,
Theatres and other venues
Towns and villages on the Dorset and Devon World Heritage Coast, about 15 miles away, include Lyme Regis and its Cobb where the famous film “The French Lieutenant’s Woman” was filmed. There are also Branscombe, Beer, Charmouth and Seaton, all great seaside places to visit and relax.