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Photo by Ann Manders


Photos above and below by Teresa Davis


Photo by Teresa Davis


The village difibrillator is situated on the outside wall of the golf course

Right: Original artwork by Doug Cole 

​WELCOME to Enmore Parish Council Website.

Enmore, as a settlement, appears in the Domesday Book and its name derivation is the Hen Moor. The modern village of Enmore lies 2 miles to the west of Bridgwater in the County of Somerset and on the foothills of the Quantock ridge. Close by is the reservoir of Durleigh and within the Parish a nationally acknowledged golf course. The village is in two parts with the original village settled around the ancient church of St. Michael & All Angels (higher Enmore) and a long linear settlement (lower Enmore) that follows the road that leads from Bridgwater to Taunton. On the main road are two public houses - the Enmore Inn and The Tynte Arms, named after a former owner of the nearby Halswell Park estate. The village is served by a thriving village hall hosting a range of community events.

The Parish Council consists of six elected Councillors supported by a Clerk to the Council. The Council meets bi-monthly in the Enmore Memorial Hall and works closely with other agencies such as Somerset Council, Avon and Somerset Police, Wessex Water, the Environment Agency and Quantock Hills National Landscape (formerly AONB). The Parish Council is the lowest tier of local government and has little statutory powers but acts as a consultee and monitor over planning, highways and local issues. The Parish Council also organises keeping communal areas clean and tidy, is making provision to manage a new cemetery and offers support to community organisations.

Transparency Code

The transparency code for Smaller Authorities states the following information is to be made available:

●  Details of all items of expenditure above £100
There are separate documents for each financial year.  The current year's list is here.

●  End of year accounts
For the 2021/22 and 2022/23 financial years the signed statement of accounts section from the Annual Return is included on the website, together with more detailed accounts including explanatory notes and more information about the bank balances.

●  Annual governance statement included in the Annual Return form.

 Internal audit report included in the Annual Return form. Where needed a separate document will give an explanation of any negative response on this form.

●  List of councillors and their responsibilities

●  Location and details of public land  Click here for formal details of the land owned by the Parish Council, and also see the Cemetery page of our website.

 Minutes, agendas and papers of formal meetings

Draft minutes of all formal meetings (to be made available within one month of the meeting date). (These will be replaced by agreed minutes in the event of any changes made at the subsequent meeting.) Agendas and associated meeting papers are to be published with at least three clear days before the relevant meeting date.


Should any information covered by the transparency requirements not be available on this website, please contact the Clerk to the Parish Council on

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