Cranmore is a small village and a civil parish located in the Mendip district of Somerset in close proximity to Shepton Mallet and encompasses Dean, Waterlip and both East and West Cranmore. The village of Cranmore is 3.5 miles from Shepton Mallet and 7 miles from Frome, on the A361, a thriving community with a variety of clubs and societies.
Whether you are a resident or a visitor to the area, we hope you will find useful information about our community, our history and news about what's going on in the locality.
On Thursday 22nd July, The vicar, Revd Johnathan Newton-Dunn, Church Warden, Gerry Locke and Chair of the Parish Council, Ann Crowcombe met to say a big thank you to Wolf Stonemasons. Recently, the village cross, which is believed to be some four hundred years old, fell from its plinth and was shattered. The local firm offered to replace it and a member of their staff, Darren Hill made an excellent job of carving a new one. The church owes the company a big debt of gratitude.
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Our church supports the community and is integral to life in the village.