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Keinton Mandeville

Keinton Mandeville is a village in the Southeast of Somerset. It lies midway between the market towns of Somerton to the West, and Castle Cary to the East.

The origins date back to the Roman times, and Keinton grew both because of the local "Blue Lias" stone and being situated on the coach route from London to the South West.

The Church of St. Mary Magdalene dates from the 13th century and the rapid growth of the population in the mid 19th century led to the building of the Methodist Church in 1843.

Today the village has a population of around 1,000 people. Keinton Mandeville Primary School, located near the centre of the village, achieves some of the highest academic standards in the area.

The village hall, built-in 1998, is in almost constant use with bookings for adult education classes, pilates, short mat bowling, sea scouts, brownies, a daily Doctor's surgery .... to mention just a few.

Sports are well catered for in Keinton with the playing field with play area and tennis court, a skateboard park, "Happy Tracks" children's play area, and more recently the addition of a MUGA.

Please also see our Village website  - click HERE

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Keinton Mandeville Traffic Survey Report


December 2023

Keinton Mandeville commissioned an independent company to complete a survey traffic in the community in the hope that some recommendations can be considered to try and ease the current traffic concerns that members of the community have raised with the parish council.  The parish council shared the community safety concerns around traffic issues in Keinton Mandeville.

The survey has now become even more important with the current planning applications on Queen Street for a significant number of houses to be developed.

£5,000 grants to help rural businesses bounce back


August 2021
£5,000 grants to help rural businesses bounce back

Press Release - £5,000 grants to help rural businesses bounce back

£5,000 grants to help rural businesses bounce back

Grants of up to £5,000 are now available to help businesses in rural parts of Somerset bounce back after the coronavirus pandemic.

The Rural Services Grant Fund is part of a £6m package of funding from Somerset County Council which aims to kickstart the county’s economy.

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a devastating effect on many rural communities in Somerset. The £5,000 grants (up to 80% of project costs) are now available to assist service businesses in rural areas to help them move forward and become more sustainable. A business will need to provide 20% of their own match funding.

Cllr David Hall, Somerset County Council’s Cabinet Member for the Economy, Planning and Community Infrastructure, said: “This has been a really tough 18 months for our rural businesses and we’re committed to helping them get back on track.

“This grant is for items that will help a business provide further services or enhance their trading – so to provide an online sales platform or an increased trading space. It’s a great opportunity and I would encourage eligible businesses to step forward and ensure they don’t miss out.”

The application process is open to:

  • Sole Traders providing rural services
  • Businesses providing rural services
  • Town and ParishCouncils
  • Local Community led organisations operating on a not-for-profit basis and are legally constituted

The fund launches today (26 August 2021) and will close at 5pm on 10 September 2021. Initial applications will be treated on a first come, first served basis but we will need time to check eligibility and respond. To apply you will need to complete an Expression of Interest form which can be found at Somerset Recovery Fund – click on Rural Renaissance Rural Services Grant.

Once your Expression of Interest has been reviewed, if the work is eligible and appropriate, you will be invited to submit a Full Application. This will then require three quotes, further details of the aims/objectives and trading accounts to enable us to assess the project fully.

If you require further information please email your query to RRGrants@somerset.gov.uk.

The scheme is part of theSomerset Recovery Fund – a wider £6m package of funding from Somerset County Council to kickstart Somerset’s economy in the wake of Covid-19.This fund will include financial support for businesses, financial support for individuals and a range of other measures to stimulate the economy and boost the county as it recovers from coronavirus.


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