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Typhoid in Nunney (3)

Dipping place, Nunney

More mystery Murchison pointed out that there had been previous isolated cases of typhoid in Nunney in 1867, 1870 and February 1872. These had not resulted in a pandemic. He therefore concluded that although there were patients in the village who provided an active source of infection on these previous occasions, the favourable circumstances that More...

Dipping place, Nunney

Typhoid in Nunney (2)

Water carted into Nunney Ballard noted that the number of fresh cases of the disease dropped suddenly after 5 October 1872. The Nunney Brook was still being contaminated with infected human excrement. From 24 More...

Giant hogweed

Health warnings over giant hogweed

Experts are warning parents, walkers and dog owners of the dangers of contact with giant hogweed, found along the banks of the Nunney Brook.  More...

pilates

Pilates at Nunney village hall

Jane Langley runs Pilates classes for beginners at Nunney village hall every Monday morning from 10am to 11am. There are a few places available right now.  More...

Sharon's Foot Clinic

Sharon’s Foot Clinic

Sharon Twohig runs a foot clinic at Sunny Hill in Nunney for professional foot care.  More...

Frome Food Assembly

Frome Food Assembly

Frome Food Assembly is a new initiative by Nunney resident Pia McGee that aims to put consumers face-to-face with the people who produce the food again.  More...

Tess Chodan Homeotherapy

Tess Chodan Homeopathy

Tess Chodan runs a homeotherapy practice in Nunney and Frome.  More...

Introduction to Mindfulness

The Salthouse hosts Meeting the Moment – A brief introduction to Mindfulness, on Monday 27 April between 7.30pm and 9pm.  More...

Chris Chivers

Half marathon in memory of John Dean

Chris Chivers is running the Bath Half Marathon 2015 in memory of John Dean, who co-ordinated traffic at many Nunney Street Fayres.  More...

The Old Rectory, Nunney

The Old Rectory

The Old Rectory is a privately-owned old age residential care home with space for 24 residents in the centre of Nunney.  More...

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