Cheddar village, Somerset, UK

Welcome to the updated and slimmed-down Cheddar Village web site, providing summaries and signposts for local information, for residents and visitors.

PLEASE NOTE THAT CHEDDAR CAVES AND ALL PAID ATTRACTIONS (INCLUDING COSTA COFFEE) ARE CLOSED FOR THE FORESEEABLE FUTURE from 1st November 2020. The entrance to Jacob’s Ladder is being left open. This is all due to coronavirus restrictions. More details at cheddargorge.co.uk.

CHEDDAR GORGE and the walks around it are OPEN – visit Cheddar Walking for more information on walking routes from and around the village. 

Village traders (including the Cheddar Cheese Company) are also open – subject to coronavirus restrictions – and would love to have your custom. There is a wide range of gift shops, pubs and restaurants who would be grateful for your support in these difficult times. We hope to see you in Cheddar very soon!

There is no Cheddar Festive Night this year but there will be a “Window Wanderland” running from  6th December for two weeks.  

WHEN IN CHEDDAR, PLEASE OBSERVE SOCIAL DISTANCING (2m or 1m+) – AND PLEASE KEEP CHEDDAR TIDY. “If the bin is full, please take your litter home.”

Latest government guidance on self isolation and social distancing is at https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus. Please use the NHS smartphone app for the latest information on local restrictions, our tier level, and for venue check-ins for track and trace. Thank you.

Local residents please refer to these web sites for
information and guidance at this time:

Cheddar Medical Centre

Cheddar Parish Council

Somerset County Council

Sedgemoor District Council

Mendip Hills AONB

Somerset Waste Partnership

Don’t forget there is a Facebook page for this site too, at Facebook.com/cheddarvillage – and also a Nextdoor page – where you can share local news, support sources, recommendations and so on.

COVID-19 : Due to coronavirus restrictions, please double-check any dates, availability, etc. shown on this site

Welcome to the updated and slimmed-down Cheddar Village web site, providing summaries and signposts for local information, for residents and visitors.

PLEASE NOTE THAT CHEDDAR CAVES AND ALL PAID ATTRACTIONS (INCLUDING COSTA COFFEE) ARE CLOSED FOR THE FORESEEABLE FUTURE from 1st November 2020. The entrance to Jacob’s Ladder is being left open. This is all due to coronavirus restrictions. More details at cheddargorge.co.uk.

CHEDDAR GORGE and the walks around it are OPEN – visit Cheddar Walking for more information on walking routes from and around the village. 

Village traders (including the Cheddar Cheese Company) are also open – subject to coronavirus restrictions – and would love to have your custom. There is a wide range of gift shops, pubs and restaurants who would be grateful for your support in these difficult times. We hope to see you in Cheddar very soon!

There is no Cheddar Festive Night this year but there will be a “Window Wanderland” running from  6th December for two weeks.  

WHEN IN CHEDDAR, PLEASE OBSERVE SOCIAL DISTANCING (2m or 1m+) – AND PLEASE KEEP CHEDDAR TIDY. “If the bin is full, please take your litter home.”

Latest government guidance on self isolation and social distancing is at https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus. Please use the NHS smartphone app for the latest information on local restrictions, our tier level, and for venue check-ins for track and trace. Thank you.

Local residents please refer to these web sites for
information and guidance at this time:

Cheddar Medical Centre

Cheddar Parish Council

Somerset County Council

Sedgemoor District Council

Mendip Hills AONB

Somerset Waste Partnership

Don’t forget there is a Facebook page for this site too, at Facebook.com/cheddarvillage – and also a Nextdoor page – where you can share local news, support sources, recommendations and so on.