Fungicide behind moat fish deaths

Nunney moat

Over 500 fish have died in the moat around Nunney Castle as a result of fungicide pollution, an investigation by the Environment Agency has established.  More...


Nunney Church project Highly Commended

The National Churches Trust has Highly Commended architects Benjamin + Beauchamp Architects for their work to restore the roof at Nunney Church.  More...

Pauline Andrews with Somerset County Council Chairman William Wallace.

Chairman’s Award for Pauline Andrews

Nunney First School’s Pauline Andrews has been recognised by the Chairman of Somerset County Council for her significant contribution to the school across 27 years.  More...

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Nunney Bridge damaged overnight

Nunney Bridge has been substantially damaged by an unidentified vehicle overnight in the early hours of Monday 16 October.  More...

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Rain fails to spoil Nunney Street Market

The first Nunney Street Market & Fayre organised by Mo and Roger Bell for Nunney Community Association (NCA) was a success, despite several showers in the morning.  More...

Rob Carr

Bench donated in memory of parents

Rob and David Carr, who were brought up in Nunney and retain many fond memories of life here, have donated a bench to the village in memory of their parents who lived here from 1943 to 1971.  More...

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Allotments available

There are three vacant allotment plots available in different sizes at the Russell Field by Nunney village hall.  More...


Retrospective application for Greggs

A retrospective planning application for the conversion of a carwash at Nunney Catch into a Greggs bakery is currently open for comments until Wednesday 3 May.  More...

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Tea and cake in Nunney Church in 2017

Enjoy tea and delicious cakes in the historic setting of Nunney Church from Sunday 14 May until the end of August.  More...

Nunney Horse Trials 2018

Nunney International Horse Trials

Organisers of Nunney International Horse trials, which take place from June 16 to 18, have announced that the winner of the Tarmac-sponsored CCI2* will receive £1200 in prize money.  More...