Stoke St Michael Parish Council represents and promotes the
Meetings are held at the Memorial Hall, Stoke Hill, Stoke St Michael on Thursdays at 7.30pm.
best interests of the people of Stoke St Michael.
Visitors are welcome and are able to speak during the first thirty minutes of the meeting.
It may be necessary to arrange additional meetings to discuss planning applications and other urgent issues.
Notice of such meetings will be displayed on the notice board.
Stoke St Michael is a Somerset village with a population of just over 900, situated 4 miles from Shepton Mallet and
8 miles from Frome and Wells. There are around 400 dwellings in the village.
The wider parish includes the hamlets of Midway, Three Ashes, East End, Stoke Bottom, Withybrook and Fosse Road.
It is set in the characteristic East Mendip landscape of farmland and pastures, streams and swallets, wooded valleys, quarries and caves.
The Parish Church of St Michael and All Angels, though largely a Victorian renovation, has a tower dating from c1400.
There is village shop and post office, a primary school and pre-school and a pub, the Knatchbull Arms, built in the late 17th century.
A bus service runs to Shepton Mallet and Frome.
Charitable trusts are responsible for the running of the War Memorial Hall built in 1923 and the Community Playing Field with its children’s play area and skate ramp.
Submission of Mendip Local Plan Part II:
Sites and Policies Development Plan Document
Annual Parish Meeting followed by Parish Council Meeting
Date of forthcoming meetings can be found here