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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 and is served by "The Keinton Stores",  "The Quarry Inn", and a hairdresser - "Joseph May". Keinton Mandeville Primary School, located near  the centre of the village, achieves some of the highest acedemic standards in the area.

The village hall, build 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.

On the commercial side, the photographer Graham Cox has a studio in the High Street, and there are two care homes Castle House and Beech Tree House.  "Lakeview Quarry" is the last remaining quarry from what once was the major employer in the village.
The land around Keinton is mixed agriculture with five farms surrounding the village - two providing popular farm shops.

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

The range of recreational facilities available in Keinton must be a credit to those volunteers who built and run them.  This community spirit aided by an active Parish Council make Keinton Mandeville what it is today.

Keinton Mandeville Web Site
To find out about this village website, to make any comments or suggestions please click here
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The annual Keinton Mandeville Big Breakfast event in October can’t go ahead this year due to Coronavirus. Our committee is very aware that fundraising opportunities for local organisations and our nominated charities (Bloodwise, Save the Children and WHY We Hear You) have been limited. We are very keen to continue to lend our support. Whilst not the same as sharing a delicious community breakfast together, the bullets below list ways in which we hope people might donate to help these groups. Every penny raised will be distributed.
  • The Just Giving page Big Breakfast
  • Payment by cheque made payable to Charities at Christmas and posted/delivered to, Mr Neill Thomas, Treasurer, Charities at Christmas, The Old Coach House, Church Street, Keinton Mandeville, TA11 6ER
  • Collecting tins, in key locations within the local area.
Thank you so much for anything you can do to get this information out to our community.
Parish Magazine
Please click on the link below to view the current magazine.

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The Parish Council
The Parish Council meet monthly. The next meeting is:

Date: October 6 2020
Venue: 730 by video conference: joining details at news item below

Click here for further details and to view previous minutes.

Clubs and Societies
Whether you are one or one hundred and one there will be a club or society in the village to interest you.
Click here to find out more.
The Sea Scouts are keen to attract new members. To find out more click here
The Village Hall
To check on availability or to make a provisional booking click here or ring 01458 223453.
Recreation in Keinton
Keinton has a Playingfield with a tennis court, skateboard park, Children's play area and a MUGA. To find out more about these just click here
Local Services
Click here to find out useful contact details for local services, eg bus timetables, doctor's sugeries, household waste etc.
The History of Keinton Mandeville
Click here to find out more about the village history and to download a copy of 'Times Past in Keinton Mandeville'