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Welcome to Stogursey OnLine

Your Parish Website

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

The Stogursey Community Support Network has been established and members have
co-ordinated details of villagers who are able to help neighbours in need at this difficult time.
 
During the Covid-19 pandemic Home start West Somerset can offer
emotional support, friendship, ideas for family activities and much more. 
Telephone 01643 707304 or email

admin@homestart-westsomerset.org.uk

Information surrounding Coronavirus is constantly changing. 

           CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) INFORMATION

 

Link to Gov.uk website Covid information

ABOUT STOGURSEY

Stogursey is a civil parish and small village in the Quantock Hills in Somerset, England. At the time of the Domesday Book of 1086, the village was known simply as Stoke, meaning a farm or small settlement, usually one dependant on a larger settlement. The village is situated near the Bristol Channel, which bounds the parish on the north. The parish includes the village of Stolford, (which is believed to mean ‘The stile ford’ from the Old English stigol and ford), and the hamlets of Burton, Knighton, Shurton and Wick.

The villages of Stogursey in Somerset, UK and Lonlay L’Abbaye in Normandy, France have been successfully and closely twinned since 1985.

History of Stogursey

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