It is a very active community and a lovely place to visit, close to Bath (18mins), Bristol (30mins), Frome (30mins), Wells (25mins) and close to Midsomer Norton which Midsomer Murders is named after (not Midsummer Murders). See more about the wider area through VisitSomerset and VisitBath.
It is easy to park and there are bus services.
It has many buildings of both architectural and historical interest contained mainly in the Conservation Area.
See the Parish Map & Boundary here.
It has a lively population of 2,624 in 1,113 households. There are very good sports and social facilities, and shops with a Post Office; a good village pub, The Seven Stars, and other eateries; a doctors surgery, pharmacy and a garage; places to stay, halls and rooms to hire and more. There are community events throughout the year. There are bus services, good internet and mobile phone services.
It is a good base to discover Somerset and Bath with lovely interesting walks and cycle routes to discover the countryside, the Cam river valley, wildlife and history with old buildings and the canals.
Photo Gallery to see some great views of the village and area.
Getting to Timsbury – see Travel to and from Timsbury
It is on the B3115 between the A367 and the A39 and is 30 mins. from Bristol airport.
Driving – Set your Satnav to BA2 0HY
View the boundary of the Parish here aerial view (click for a bigger image):
(courtesy of Bing Maps)
Village Plan 2009
This was a plan for the village based on comprehensive surveying. See the details here.