Our village is a real community and one of the aims of this website is to keep everyone, whether residents or visitors, informed of the events and activities that go to make the village what it is. Buckland Dinham has been witness to over a thousand years of recorded history and perhaps a little more if you count the archaeology present in the area. We are located between Frome and Radstock in Somerset on the side of a south facing hill on the A362 surrounded by beautiful Somerset countryside. The village has many active interest groups, centred around the village hall, a beautiful 12th century church, and a vibrant pub, The Bell Inn.
Dates for the Diary
History group events - see History Group page for more information
Views around our village
St. Michael’s Church is currently without a vicar. Martin has retired and we are in an interregnum (between vicars). During this time if you would like to arrange a service, wedding, christening or funeral please contact Jill Wright, Church Warden on 01373 813641 or the Group Secretary, Shirley Inch on 01373 812127. Both ladies will be very happy to help with your enquiry.
Church Services will continue as normal. All are at 11am on Sundays apart from the first Sunday in each month which is at 10am in one of the group’s churches. Please see the Church Notice Board for full details.
The village location
We are located on the main A362 between Frome and Radstock at the end of a wide, partly wooded valley.