to the original Cheddar Village web site. If
you are visiting Cheddar you will find this site a useful
source of information regarding
things to see and
do in and around Cheddar, the Gorge and
Caves, getting about, and local events. It should help
you to get more out of your time here.
Remember to pick up a copy of the Cheddar Village and Gorge Map and Visitor Guide when you are here, from local leaflet display points.
If you have a business,
shop, accommodation service, community or club in the Cheddar area and are not
already listed in the relevant section, please send over
your details and they will be added free of charge (click
here for more details). Most updates will
be done on the same day wherever possible.
If there's something happening in Cheddar you'd like people to know about, visit the What's
On page to send over details for the calendar. Anything from a locally organised fete, to a visiting display of classic vehicles in the Gorge, draw some interest from residents and visitors with a free entry in this web site's events calendar. You can also post a note on the Friends of Cheddar Facebook wall.
Visit the useful links page for details of local web sites for local and national government, our MP, district and parish councils, police, plus other useful information on environmental and community matters locally.
Links to local healthcare, education, transport and many other web sites can be found in the margin, so if you are
looking for local information this site should be your
first port of call.
The information on this site is all provided
by local residents living and working in Cheddar and assembled
by a local web designer since 2004. If you live here and would
like to send over any news, information, forthcoming events,
or have images or ideas to enhance the site further, you are most welcome
to do so.
Click on the "Gorge weather" menu
item for a summary of current weather in the Gorge, plus a short range forecast - ideal for visitors, hikers
and cavers in the Mendips and Somerset Levels. A link to the BBC 5-day forecast is also provided and you can also view the local weather station data on your iPhone or Android device.
Click here to find out how to join our Cheddar "Twibe" so that your Twitter messages about local events and issues will appear automatically on this web site.