Mendip District

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Mendip
Mendip District Council.svg
Mendip UK locator map.svg
Shown within Somerset
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Constituent country England
Region South West England
Ceremonial county Somerset
Admin HQ Shepton Mallet
Created1 April 1974
Government
  Type Non-metropolitan district
  LeaderRos Wyke [1]
  Council Liberal Democrats
   MPs: James Heappey (Conservative), David Warburton (Cons)
Area
  Total285.50 sq mi (739.44 km2)
Population
 (mid-2019 est.) [2]
  Total115,587 (Ranked 205th)
Time zone UTC0 (GMT)
  Summer (DST) UTC+1 (BST)
Post Code
BA
Area code(s) 01749
Website http://www.mendip.gov.uk/
Map all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap  
Download coordinates as: KML

Mendip is a local government district of Somerset in England. The district covers a largely rural area of 285 square miles (738 km2) [3] with a population of approximately 112,500, [3] ranging from the Wiltshire border in the east to part of the Somerset Levels in the west. The district takes its name from the Mendip Hills which lie in its northwest. The administrative centre of the district is Shepton Mallet but the largest town (three times larger than Shepton Mallet) is Frome.

Contents

The district was formed on 1 April 1974 under the Local Government Act 1972, by a merger of the municipal boroughs of Glastonbury and Wells, along with Frome, Shepton Mallet, Street urban districts, and Frome Rural District, Shepton Mallet Rural District, Wells Rural District, part of Axbridge Rural District and part of Clutton Rural District.

Toponymy

Several explanations for the name Mendip have been suggested. Its earliest known form is Mendepe in 1185. One suggestion is that it is derived from the medieval term Myne-deepes. [4] [5] However, A D Mills derives its meaning from Celtic monith, meaning mountain or hill, with an uncertain second element, perhaps Old English yppe in the sense of upland, or plateau. [6]

An alternative explanation is that the name is cognate with Mened (Welsh mynydd), a Brythonic term for upland moorland. The suffix may be a contraction of the Anglo-Saxon hop, meaning a valley. Possible further meanings have been identified. The first is 'the stone pit' from the Celtic meyn and dyppa in reference to the collapsed cave systems of Cheddar. The second is 'Mighty and Awesome' from the Old English moen and deop. [7]

Governance

The district falls under the jurisdiction of Mendip District Council. As of the 2019 Local elections, the Council went to No Overall Control.

PartySeatsNet Gain/Loss
Liberal Democrat22+11
Conservative10-22
Green10+7
Independent5+4

Since then, two independents have joined the Liberal Democrats, giving them 24 seats and an outright majority on Mendip District Council.

Settlements

The five main settlements in Mendip are:

Frome, Glastonbury and Shepton Mallet are the only towns in the district, as Wells has city status and Street has maintained its status as a village despite a population in excess of 11,000. [8]

Other villages and hamlets include:

Parishes

ImageNameStatusPopulation [9] Former local authorityCoordinatesRefs
Ashwickchurch.jpg Ashwick Civil parish1,352 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°14′N2°31′W / 51.23°N 2.52°W / 51.23; -2.52 (Ashwick) [10] [11]
Baltonsborough church.jpg Baltonsborough Civil parish864 Wells Rural District 51°07′N2°38′W / 51.11°N 2.64°W / 51.11; -2.64 (Baltonsborough) [12] [13]
Batcombe cottages.jpg Batcombe Civil parish439 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°09′N2°26′W / 51.15°N 2.44°W / 51.15; -2.44 (Batcombe, Somerset) [11] [14]
Bath Rd Beckington.jpg Beckington Civil parish983 Frome Rural District 51°16′N2°17′W / 51.26°N 2.28°W / 51.26; -2.28 (Beckington) [15] [16]
Berkley Somerset church.jpg Berkley Civil parish344 Frome Rural District 51°14′N2°16′W / 51.24°N 2.27°W / 51.24; -2.27 (Berkley, Somerset) [16] [17]
Binegar Church - geograph.org.uk - 185560.jpg Binegar Civil parish313 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°14′N2°33′W / 51.24°N 2.55°W / 51.24; -2.55 (Binegar) [11] [18]
Buckland Dinham - geograph.org.uk - 747663.jpg Buckland Dinham Civil parish381 Frome Rural District 51°16′N2°21′W / 51.26°N 2.35°W / 51.26; -2.35 (Buckland Dinham) [16] [19]
Butleigh Village Green - geograph.org.uk - 167880.jpg Butleigh Civil parish823 Wells Rural District 51°05′N2°41′W / 51.09°N 2.68°W / 51.09; -2.68 (Butleigh) [13] [20]
Chewton mendip church.jpg Chewton Mendip Civil parish585 Wells Rural District 51°17′N2°35′W / 51.28°N 2.58°W / 51.28; -2.58 (Chewton Mendip) [13] [21]
Chilcompton St Aldhelm's Church - geograph.org.uk - 137562.jpg Chilcompton Civil parish2,062 Clutton Rural District 51°16′N2°30′W / 51.27°N 2.50°W / 51.27; -2.50 (Chilcompton) [22] [23]
Colefordchurch.jpg Coleford Civil parish2,313 Frome Rural District 51°14′N2°27′W / 51.24°N 2.45°W / 51.24; -2.45 (Coleford, Somerset) [16] [24]
Cranmore church.jpg Cranmore Civil parish667 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°11′N2°29′W / 51.19°N 2.48°W / 51.19; -2.48 (Cranmore, Somerset) [11] [25]
River Sheppey in Croscombe.jpg Croscombe Civil parish603 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°12′N2°35′W / 51.20°N 2.58°W / 51.20; -2.58 (Croscombe) [11] [26]
Ditcheat church.jpg Ditcheat Civil parish725 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°08′N2°32′W / 51.13°N 2.54°W / 51.13; -2.54 (Ditcheat) [11] [27]
Doulting - Abbey Barn - geograph.org.uk - 915399.jpg Doulting Civil parish618 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°11′N2°31′W / 51.19°N 2.51°W / 51.19; -2.51 (Doulting) [11] [28]
All Saints church, East Pennard - geograph.org.uk - 1025320.jpg East Pennard Civil parish348 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°08′N2°37′W / 51.14°N 2.62°W / 51.14; -2.62 (East Pennard) [11] [29]
Emboroughchurch.jpg Emborough Civil parish148 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°16′N2°33′W / 51.26°N 2.55°W / 51.26; -2.55 (Emborough) [11] [30]
Evercreech Market Cross.jpg Evercreech Civil parish2,334 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°08′N2°31′W / 51.14°N 2.51°W / 51.14; -2.51 (Evercreech) [11] [31]
Cheap Street, Frome - geograph.org.uk - 737335.jpg Frome Town26,203 Frome Rural District
Frome Urban District
51°14′N2°19′W / 51.23°N 2.32°W / 51.23; -2.32 (Frome) [16] [32]
Glastonbury from the Tor.JPG Glastonbury Town8,932 Glastonbury Municipal Borough 51°09′N2°43′W / 51.15°N 2.71°W / 51.15; -2.71 (Glastonbury) [33] [34]
Godney Church - geograph.org.uk - 675568.jpg Godney Civil parish237 Wells Rural District 51°11′N2°44′W / 51.18°N 2.74°W / 51.18; -2.74 (Godney) [13] [35]
Bridge over Mells River, Great Elm - geograph.org.uk - 836663.jpg Great Elm Civil parish171 Frome Rural District 51°14′N2°22′W / 51.24°N 2.36°W / 51.24; -2.36 (Great Elm) [16] [36]
Hemington church.jpg Hemington Civil parish640 Frome Rural District 51°17′N2°23′W / 51.28°N 2.39°W / 51.28; -2.39 (Hemington, Somerset) [16] [37]
Holcombe crossroads.jpg Holcombe Civil parish947 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°14′N2°28′W / 51.24°N 2.46°W / 51.24; -2.46 (Holcombe, Somerset) [11] [38]
Kilmersdon post office.jpg Kilmersdon Civil parish541 Frome Rural District 51°16′N2°26′W / 51.27°N 2.44°W / 51.27; -2.44 (Kilmersdon) [16] [39]
Lamyatt church.jpg Lamyatt Civil parish183 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°07′N2°29′W / 51.12°N 2.49°W / 51.12; -2.49 (Lamyat) [11] [40]
Leigh on Mendip.jpg Leigh-on-Mendip Civil parish514 Frome Rural District 51°14′N2°26′W / 51.23°N 2.44°W / 51.23; -2.44 (Leigh-on-Mendip) [16] [41]
Litton church.jpg Litton Civil parish240 Clutton Rural District 51°17′N2°35′W / 51.29°N 2.58°W / 51.29; -2.58 (Litton, Somerset) [23] [42]
Lullington pump.jpg Lullington Civil parish162 Frome Rural District 51°16′N2°19′W / 51.26°N 2.31°W / 51.26; -2.31 (Lullington, Somerset) [16] [43]
Lydford stores.jpg Lydford-on-Fosse Civil parish511 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°04′N2°37′W / 51.07°N 2.62°W / 51.07; -2.62 (Lydford-on-Fosse) [11] [44]
Meare Fish House.jpg Meare Civil parish1,304 Wells Rural District 51°10′N2°46′W / 51.17°N 2.77°W / 51.17; -2.77 (Meare) [13] [45]
StAndrews Mells4.JPG Mells Civil parish638 Frome Rural District 51°14′N2°23′W / 51.24°N 2.39°W / 51.24; -2.39 (Mells, Somerset) [16] [46]
North Wootton church.jpg North Wootton Civil parish317 Wells Rural District 51°10′N2°37′W / 51.17°N 2.62°W / 51.17; -2.62 (North Wootton, Somerset) [13] [47]
NortonStPhilipTheGeorge.jpg Norton St Philip Civil Parish858 Frome Rural District 51°17′N2°19′W / 51.29°N 2.32°W / 51.29; -2.32 (Norton St Philip) [16] [48]
Nunneycastle.JPG Nunney Civil parish844 Frome Rural District 51°13′N2°23′W / 51.21°N 2.38°W / 51.21; -2.38 (Nunney) [16] [49]
Tithe Barn Pilton.jpg Pilton Civil parish998 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°10′N2°35′W / 51.17°N 2.59°W / 51.17; -2.59 (Pilton, Somerset) [11] [50]
Priddy.jpg Priddy Civil parish624 Wells Rural District 51°15′N2°41′W / 51.25°N 2.68°W / 51.25; -2.68 (Priddy) [13] [51]
Pylle church.jpg Pylle Civil parish160 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°08′N2°34′W / 51.14°N 2.56°W / 51.14; -2.56 (Pylle) [11] [52]
Rode centre.jpg Rode Civil parish1,025 Frome Rural District 51°17′N2°12′W / 51.28°N 2.2°W / 51.28; -2.2 (Rode, Somerset) [16] [53]
Rodney Stoke church.jpg Rodney Stoke Civil parish1,326 Wells Rural District 51°15′N2°44′W / 51.25°N 2.74°W / 51.25; -2.74 (Rodney Stoke) [13] [54]
Selwood Civil parish798 Frome Rural District 51°14′N2°19′W / 51.24°N 2.31°W / 51.24; -2.31 (Selwood, Somerset) [16] [55]
Sharpham.jpg Sharpham Civil parish130 Wells Rural District 51°08′N2°46′W / 51.14°N 2.77°W / 51.14; -2.77 (Sharpham) [13] [56]
Shepton Mallet marketplace08.jpg Shepton Mallet Town10,369 Shepton Mallet Urban District 51°11′N2°33′W / 51.19°N 2.55°W / 51.19; -2.55 (Shepton Mallet) [57] [58]
Dinder church.jpg St Cuthbert Out Civil parish3,749 Wells Rural District 51°11′N2°41′W / 51.18°N 2.69°W / 51.18; -2.69 (St Cuthbert Out) [13] [59]
Stoke St Michael church.jpg Stoke St Michael Civil parish926 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°13′N2°29′W / 51.22°N 2.48°W / 51.22; -2.48 (Stoke St Michael) [11] [60]
Ston Easton church.jpg Ston Easton Civil parish550 Clutton Rural District 51°17′N2°32′W / 51.28°N 2.54°W / 51.28; -2.54 (Ston Easton) [23] [61]
St Vigors church, Stratton-on-the-Fosse.jpg Stratton on the Fosse Civil parish1,108 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°15′N2°29′W / 51.25°N 2.49°W / 51.25; -2.49 (Stratton-on-the-Fosse) [11] [62]
ClarksVillage.jpg Street Civil parish11,805 Street Urban District 51°07′N2°44′W / 51.12°N 2.74°W / 51.12; -2.74 (Street, Somerset) [63] [64]
Tellisford bridge.jpg Tellisford Civil parish182 Frome Rural District 51°17′N2°17′W / 51.29°N 2.28°W / 51.29; -2.28 (Tellisford) [16] [65]
Trudoxhill.jpg Trudoxhill Civil parish423 Frome Rural District 51°11′N2°22′W / 51.19°N 2.37°W / 51.19; -2.37 (Trudoxhill) [16] [66]
Upton Noble church.jpg Upton Noble Civil parish128 Frome Rural District 51°09′N2°25′W / 51.15°N 2.41°W / 51.15; -2.41 (Upton Noble) [16] [67]
Walton windmill.jpg Walton Civil parish1,106 Wells Rural District 51°08′N2°46′W / 51.14°N 2.77°W / 51.14; -2.77 (Walton, Somerset) [13] [68]
Wanstrow.jpg Wanstrow Civil parish489 Frome Rural District 51°10′N2°25′W / 51.17°N 2.41°W / 51.17; -2.41 (Wanstrow) [16] [69]
Wells Cathedral and market square.jpg Wells City10,536 Wells Municipal Borough 51°13′N2°39′W / 51.21°N 2.65°W / 51.21; -2.65 (Wells) [13] [70]
Hornblotton church.jpg West Bradley Civil parish277 Shepton Mallet Rural District 51°08′N2°38′W / 51.13°N 2.64°W / 51.13; -2.64 (West Bradley) [11] [71]
West Pennard church.jpg West Pennard Civil parish670 Wells Rural District 51°08′N2°39′W / 51.14°N 2.65°W / 51.14; -2.65 (West Pennard) [13] [72]
Westbury-sub-Mendip Church.jpg Westbury Civil parish801 Wells Rural District 51°14′N2°43′W / 51.24°N 2.71°W / 51.24; -2.71 (Westbury-sub-Mendip) [13] [73]
Manor Farmhouse Gatehouse, Whatley (Somerset, 2007).jpg Whatley Civil parish245 Frome Rural District 51°14′N2°23′W / 51.23°N 2.38°W / 51.23; -2.38 (Whatley, Mendip) [16] [74]
Witham Friary church and cottages.jpg Witham Friary Civil parish399 Frome Rural District 51°10′N2°22′W / 51.17°N 2.37°W / 51.17; -2.37 (Witham Friary) [16] [75]
Wookey church.jpg Wookey Civil parish1,311 Wells Rural District 51°13′N2°41′W / 51.21°N 2.69°W / 51.21; -2.69 (Wookey) [13] [76]

Transport

Major roads

Railways

Railway stations

East Somerset Railway

Railway stations

served by the East Somerset Railway.

Education

County schools (those which are not independent) in the five non-metropolitan districts of the county are operated by Somerset County Council.

For a full list of schools see: List of schools in Somerset

See also

Related Research Articles

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Butleigh Human settlement in England

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Stratton-on-the-Fosse Human settlement in England

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Cranmore, Somerset Human settlement in England

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Ditcheat Human settlement in England

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East Pennard Human settlement in England

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Emborough Human settlement in England

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Lamyatt Human settlement in England

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Lydford-on-Fosse Human settlement in England

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North Wootton, Somerset Human settlement in England

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Pylle Human settlement in England

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Stoke St Michael Human settlement in England

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