Churchtown Map - Somerset Maps

Churchtown Map: Here is an interactive map of the area in Somerset, Eastern England, United Kingdom.

A Map of Churchtown in Somerset England

Above you will find a detailed map of Churchtown in Somerset, handy if you are visiting the Churchtown area, or need to locate a particular street, road or lane in or around Churchtown, or in surrounding Somerset towns, villages or hamlets.

National Trust attractions within easy driving distance of Churchtown, Somerset: Lanlay, Fyne Court, Coleridge Cottage, Heddon Valley, Dyffryn Gardens, Dumpdon Hill Fort, Dunster Castle, Brean Down, Watersmeet, Dunster Working Watermill, Killerton, Holnicote Estate, Knightshayes, Combe Wood, Wellington Monument.

Additional facilities and places to take kids near Churchtown, Somerset: Porthkerry Country Park, The Walled Gardens of Cannington, Great Wood, Exmoor Owl and Hawk Centre, Brean Splash, Three Horseshoes, Jungle Jacks, The Blake Museum, Apex Leisure and Wildlife Park, Barry Island Quasar, Warren Farm Holiday Centre, Museum of Somerset, West Somerset Railway, Whitmore Bay, West Somerset Sports and Leisure Centre, Animal Farm Adventure Park, Dunster Forest and Estate, Somerset and Dorset Railway Trust, Willows Indoor Play, Brean Play, Dunster Castle, Barry Island Pleasure Park, Minehead Eye, Market House Museum, Playzone, Sheppys Cider Farm and Museum.

Use this Churchtown map to find your way to these great places to visit.

Churchtown Postcode: TA23

Somerset South-West England - A large county based in the South-West region of England, Somerset covers an area of about 1,610 square miles, defining it as the 7th biggest county by area. Somerset adjoins the English counties of Devon, Dorset, Gloucestershire (Gloucs), Wiltshire, and it has a population of roughly 910,000 (2014), which places it 22nd of the 48 counties of England when considering population. Somerset is largely an agricultural county having some delightful landscapes for example in Exmoor, the Mendips, the Quantock Hills, the Blackdown Hills, it also has sparsely populated wetlands known as the Somerset Levels (the location of severe floods in 2013-14). Somerset is an important region for tourism, but agriculture endures as its major industry, sheep and cattle farming, cheese, cider and wool production are among its various noteworthy businesses. Attractions to visit in the county include Glastonbury, the roman baths, Wookey Hole Caves, Cheddar Gorge and Caves, Exmoor National Park, Montacute House, you could also head for the typically English seaside towns of Clevedon, Burnham-on-Sea, Brean Sands, Minehead, Weston-Super-Mare and others.

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