The village falls in the 'Ashwick, Chilcompton and Stratton' electoral ward. From Chilcompton the ward stretches south to Ashwick. The ward total population taken at the 2011 census was 4,835.[4]

The parish was part of the hundred of Chewton.[2]

We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations and well-person check-ups.  All patients at our practice have a named, allocated GP and patients should contact reception if uncertain about who this is or to request a specific GP. 

The Redan Inn is a newly refurbished public house with seven boutique rooms above the pub returning it to its historical status as an Inn. The bar is open all day, all week, with a roaring wood-burner, comfy tables and benches, a selection of games to whittle time away and beers, gins and wines to please everyone.

The Redan Inn won the award for the best rural pub in Mendip in Bloom competition 2006.[9]

Telephone: 01761 258 560 - Email info@theredaninn.co.uk

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From a light bite off the lunchtime specials board to a hearty lunch, the a la carte menu in the restaurant, or a celebration in the Private Dining Room, the chefs have something to cook up for you. We are so lucky to have such amazing produce on our doorstep and have gone to great lengths to find the most local, ethically sourced and above all expertly produced ingredients. In cooking, that is half the battle.

The doctors and staff at St.Chads & Chilcompton Surgery in Midsomer Norton are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare.

St. John's Church Chilcompton forms a joint benefice with St. Vigor's in nearby Stratton-on-the-Fosse. We are "one church with two buildings" and together we enjoy a range of Sunday and mid-week services for all ages from the Book of Common Worship, Book of Common Prayer and with Jigsaw Club for children. We also hold a Celtic Service once a month at St. John's.

The village's history is mainly that of farming and mining. There is a coal waste mound in the north-east end of the village. The village used to have Chilcompton railway station on the Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway, which closed in 1966.

We run a number of homegroups and social activities and St. John's has a superb church hall that is used by church, community and business alike and is available for hire. You would be most welcome to join us at any of our services or events.

You can request this new service by either completing a form available from the surgery or by requesting it on-line for those who already have on-line access.  To see further details please select from the 'Online Services' button on the right. 

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Bar Mon‑Sat 11am‑11pm Sunday 11am‑10.30pm

A new service has become available on SystmOnline, our on-line access system.  Patients have already been able to order repeat medication and book appointments on-line for several years.  You will now be able to request access to your medical record which will enable you to view key information recorded in your medical record such as current and previous medication, allergies, recent consultations, clinic letters etc.

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The restaurant serves lunch from 12pm‑3pm and dinner from 6.30pm‑9.30pm but around those hours, there are also cakes and home-made snacks for a quick nibble. Don’t forget Sundays — incredible roasts available from 12pm‑4pm.

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The River Somer rises in small streams around Chilcompton.[5]

There is a skateboarding park in the north end of the village on the recreational ground, which also has a football pitch, a sports clubhouse and a tennis/basketball court. There are two more parks in the village, one of which is in the south end with a 5-a-side football pitch and a small playpark. There is another in a small cul-de-sac in the east side of the village. The primary school also hosts a multi-sports facility.

Our new team has been bought in from our sister pub restaurants The Pumphouse in Bristol, and Long Ashton’s The Bird in Hand. Both establishments have garnered many awards over the years including Best Restaurant, Best Chef (twice), outstanding wine list, Bib Gourmands and Two AA rosettes. Our very talented chef Tony Casey who was previously head Chef at Our sister restaurant, The Pump house in Bristol, and also enjoyed stints at The Chequers and the Garrick’s head, both in Bath.

The Redan Inn Fry's Well, Chilcompton Radstock, Somerset BA3 4HA

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Chilcompton is a civil parish and village in Somerset, England, situated in the Mendip Hills two miles south of Midsomer Norton and 3.0 miles south-west of Westfield, close to the A37 (between Shepton Mallet and Bristol).

It is also part of the Wells constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It elects one Member of Parliament (MP) by the first past the post system of election, and part of the South West England constituency of the European Parliament which elects seven MEPs using the d'Hondt method of party-list proportional representation.

Chilcompton

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Chilcompton has a primary school called St. Vigor and St. John. The village also has four nearby state secondary schools, The Blue School in Wells, Norton Hill School and Somervale School in Midsomer Norton and Writhlington School in Radstock. There are two private schools nearby, Wells Cathedral School and Downside School. The nearest universities are in Bath and Bristol.

Times when the Kitchen is closed, a range of bar nibbles are available including home baked bread & olives, homemade cakes, homemade sausage rolls, crisps and nuts.

Kitchen Breakfast 8.45am‑10.30am Lunch Mon‑Sat 12pm‑3pm Dinner Mon‑Sat 6.30pm‑9.30pm Sunday Lunch 12pm‑4pm Sunday Fish & Chip Supper 6.30pm‑8.30pm

The village falls within the Non-metropolitan district of Mendip, which was formed on 1 April 1974 under the Local Government Act 1972, having previously been part of Clutton Rural District,[3] which is responsible for local planning and building control, local roads, council housing, environmental health, markets and fairs, refuse collection and recycling, cemeteries and crematoria, leisure services, parks, and tourism.

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Address: The Redan Inn, Fry's Well, Chilcompton, Radstock, Somerset BA3 4HA

The former Christ Church on Stockhill Road, Downside, was built in 1838 by John Pinch the Younger. It was a Commissioners' church which means it was built with money voted by Parliament as a result of the Church Building Acts of 1818 and 1824. The 1818 Act supplied a grant of money and established the Church Building Commission to direct its use, and in 1824 made a further grant of money. The building is no longer used for its religious function.[8]

Chilcompton has a population of 1,918.[1] The village is situated one mile west of the Fosse Way Roman road, Downside Abbey, and Downside School, and one mile north-east of Blacker's Hill fort. Chilcompton has two main First Bus lines running through it, one between Bath and Wells, and another between Frome and Bath. There are also several bus routes running between neighbouring villages and the town of Midsomer Norton.

The village has a well called Fry's Well which lends its name to a road.

Near the village cross there is a modern Catholic church dedicated to St Aldhelm. It is served by monks from the nearby Downside Abbey.