Hinton St George is regarded as one of the best kept villages in Somerset as it retains the character of a rural community with its own Local Shop & Post Office, Church and Award Winning Pub where you will always find a warm welcome.

Unspoilt Somerset

Hinton St George is a picturesque village in South Somerset surrounded by rolling farmland orchards and woodland. It’s history can be explored at a glance through its arcitecture and the layout of the streets.

The 15th Century Church with its fascinating monuments was built by Italian craftsmen and replaced an earlier structure. The mainly 16th Century Priory sits back from the High Street between handsome 17th and 18th Century Farm Houses, some with Medieval foundations. These rub shoulders with 18th Century buildings and lead to Victorian workers cottages at the crossroads. Following a hard fought campaign, the village and surrounding park became a conservation area, one of only five in the county.

Hinton St George boasts a Primary School, Allotments, Post Office, Village Hall, Shop, Tearooms and the Lord Poulett Arms pub, recently voted into the top 100 in the UK by the Sunday Times. With around 450 inhabitants, the Village enthusiastically carries on traditions established generations ago; Wassailing, the Village Fete, Oak Apple day, Pantomime, and the more esoteric Punkie Night held on the last Thursday in October.

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Jubilee Wood Wassail and Lantern Procession - 6pm Saturday 20th January 2018
Everyone is welcome to this free event! We’ll be gathering inside the entrance to Jubilee Wood from 6pm for free mulled cider and apple juice. Hot dogs will also be available. After the lights in the centre of the wood are switched on at 6.30pm, The Lord of Misrule will lead a lantern procession along a candle trail to the centre of the wood. There, the Uplyme Morris will perform traditional dances and the Stanchester Quire will sing wassail songs, which will be followed by the traditional wassail ceremonies. Bring willow lanterns or a torch and something to make a noise with so that you can help us frighten away evil spirits and maybe produce a bumper apple harvest in 2018!
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Family Quiz Night

January 19, 2018, 6:30pm - January 19, 2018, 9:30pm

Hinton St George Youth Club are pleased to bring you a Family Quiz Night. £3 per team member - 6 per team max (3 adults per team). Includes entry and hot dog. Tickets available from Our Shop and Ann-Marie Lawson 01460 73846 All proceeds will go towards new playground equipment at Hinton St George Village Hall. Each Quiz round will have children's and adult's questions, so brush up your Harry Potter and Star Wars knowledge and come along!

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