St Cuthbert (Out) Parish Council
Working for the people of Coxley, Haybridge, Burcott, Easton, Wookey Hole, South Horrington, East Horrington, West Horrington, Dinder, Dulcote, Masbury & Green Ore
Welcome to the beautiful parish of St Cuthbert (Out) in Somerset!
St Cuthbert (Out) Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to make Wells and the surrounding villages a better place to live, work and visit. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.
St Cuthbert (Out) Parish Council serves a community of approximately 3,800 residents. It consists of 17 Councillors elected for a term of four years who will now hold office until May 2021. Our Parish Councillors are all volunteers and they receive no financial allowances for their term in office.
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Pictures of St Cuthbert (Out)
Anston is a beautiful and historic parish and contains the Anston Stones Wood Site of Special Scientific Interest, a designated nature reserve, a 12th Century Church and two conservation areas amongst other features. These are some images of these sites.
More information about the history of Anston can be found on the history page of this website. Most of the pictures on this website have been reproduced with kind permission of Tim Wells.
Winter over Wookey Hole
Snowy Wookey Hole - by Marcel Hayden
Glastonbury Tor from Cooks Fields
Panorama of the Somerset Levels and Glastonbury Tor - by Jim Reeves
Model Farm, Wookey Hole
Model farm, Wookey Hole, and the North Ward - by Paul Cannon
The River Sheppey
A stretch of the River Sheppey - by Jane Walker
Autumn beneath Ben Knowle
Autum scene in Coxley Wick - by Jim Reeves
Deer Leap and the Mendip hills
Beautiful pasture near Wookey Hole, looking towards the Mendip Hills - by Ed Danson
Sunset over the North Ward
A stunning fiery sunset - by Marcel Hayden
Rookes Coombe Spring
Rooks Coombe spring in Spring - by Ed Danson