Welcome to Bawdrip in Somerset
Bawdrip OnLine aims to provide a useful information source for residents and visitors and give a feel of the village life.
Bawdrip is a village and civil parish in the Sedgemoor district of Somerset, England. It is on the south side of the Polden Hills about 4 miles (6.4 km) north-east of Bridgwater. The population of Bawdrip is around 490 and is located to the east of Bridgwater.
The A39, which follows the Polden Hills to Glastonbury forms the North and West boundaries of the village. To the south there are views across the levels towards the neighbouring village of Chedzoy with which Bawdrip shares its school.
Heritage Project Finale
The heritage project finale event took place on 9th February Click for more on History Group Website
Heritage Boards installed
The heritage boards have now been installed Click for more on History Group Website
Woolavington Pharmacy - Changes to Dispensary
You will remember in 2018 the discussions over the above Pharmacy and the adverse effect on residents in Bawdrip, Cossington and Woolavington. If you are within a mile of the pharmacy as the crow flies the surgery is no longer able to dispense prescriptions. The level of complaints and confusion seems to be growing as things move forward.
A Charitable Trust for Bawdrip ?
Let us have your views
The Parish Council owns several parcels of land within the village and it has been agreed that to safeguard and maintain these areas for future generations as a properly managed and maintained village amenity it is best to do this within a Charitable Trust. Do you know what this means?
|Defibrillator Did you know that there is a Defibrillator at the Bawdrip Parish Hall and would you know how to use it if you had to? MORE|
Latest Parish Council Minutes
The latest draft minutes for the last Parish Council Meeting are now online Click here
Parish Hall Meeting
If you want to be involved in a working group looking to refurbish the Parish Hall
The working group is now starting work details of the latest meeting is here (click)