Red farm machinery in a bright green field with blue sky
A road runs through the high, red, rocky walls of Nynehead Hollow.
A colourful sunrise over a field of yellow flowers
Black cows grazing in a field by Three Arch Bridge
Golden sunset in Winter, bare branches of trees frame the sky.

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Parish Council Meetings

Meetings are held in Nynehead Memorial Hall & commence at 7.30pm. The Annual Parish Meeting is held in May, at the earlier time of 7.00pm.

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Memorial Hall

Nynehead Memorial Hall is available to hire for special functions & regular meetings.

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A wooden clad building with a pointed gable roof. Two green signs read "Memorial Hall" and "Nynehead Club"
A wide, bright hall painted pale green. Brightly coloured pastel bunting hangs from the ceiling. There is a stage with black curtains on the back wall.
A large blue and purple bouncy castle in a hall
A group of women with yoga mats & candles taking part in a wellbeing class. There is a large matt with the 'om' symbol in the foreground.
Several tables fileld with artwork on easels, in a bright hall
A large, clean kitchen with a microwave, electric cooker, large fridge & instant hot water tap.

Nynehead and the Parish Council

Nynehead is a village and civil parish in Somerset, England, situated on the River Tone, 7 miles south-west of Taunton and 1.5 miles north-west of Wellington.

The Parish Council is here to serve the community and has responsibility for local issues, including: evaluating local planning applications; working with local police, district council officers, and neighbourhood watch groups on matters of crime, security, and traffic; maintenance and repair of parish facilities; as well as consulting with the district council on the maintenance, repair, and improvement of highways, drainage, footpaths, public transport, and street cleaning.