Yeovil - Moving Somerset Forward

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Yeovil - Moving Somerset Forward
NCN / regional route number
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Hospital
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Gillingham
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A37
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2 4
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Contour height
Post office
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How long will it take?
Queen Camel,
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South Somerset Cyc
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Cycle route not on public highway*
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Marsh
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Domer
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10
Glastonbury,
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Wells
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College
Link routes between settlements,
signed cycle routes or places of interest
100-150
Bridgwater,
Hospital
Signed cycle route
Langport,
50-100
Somerton
Library
Traffic-free cycle path
ROAD
Busy sections on A roads
Yeovil
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Stoford
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Yeovil
Pen Mill
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route signs are generally
white on a blue background.
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lAlways
ride within your own ability.
lRide
about 1m out from the kerb
to avoid drains, litter and glass in
the gutter and to make yourself
more visible to following traffic.
lThink
ahead and try not to make
sudden moves or changes in
direction. Anticipate obstacles and
turns ahead and position yourself
appropriately in good time. Act
decisively and do not be afraid to
assert your position on the road.
lGive
way to pedestrians, wheelchairs and horse riders.
A3
0
Moving Forward is a
Somerset County Council
initiative aimed at reducing
congestion and pollution
in Somerset. By raising
awareness and encouraging wider use of sustainable travel alternatives
such as walking, cycling, car share and public transport, we can
protect and improve our environment, our health and our quality of life.
Did you know that the majority of car trips are less than 2 miles?
These days it’s all too easy to just hop in the car without thinking,
even when we’re only popping round the corner. Walking or cycling
some of these small journeys instead, even occasionally, would make
a big difference. We hope this map will help you to explore some of
the options suitable for you.
To find out about other ways you can improve your quality of life
simply by making smarter choices about the way you travel, visit
www.movingsomersetforward.co.uk
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appropriate footwear and
clothing and consider wearing a
helmet.
a good quality lock and
make sure you secure your bike
if leaving it.
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visible. You must use front
and rear lights after dark and
may wish to consider wearing
reflective or bright clothing.
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sure you can start, stop,
signal confidently with both hands
and check behind without
wobbling before riding on the road.
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abide by road regulations
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Other places of interest easily
reached by bike from Yeovil
include the delightful formal
gardens of 17th century
Tintinhull, the Elizabethan
grandeur of Montacute House
(left) and the Fleet Air Arm
Museum.
College
College
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Yeovil also accommodates Somerset’s only football league club, Yeovil Town
FC, which has a long tradition of giant-killing in the FA Cup. The club plays
at Huish Park, which is located to the north of the town.
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Nearby, at the foot of Hendford Hill, the area surrounding the beautiful Nine
Springs has recently been transformed into a country park. With pathways
meandering through beech woods and waterside walks around a delightful
spring-fed lake, it is an idyllic setting popular with both local residents and
visitors. Barwick Park, just south of the town, is also well worth a visit to
see its four strange follies – Jack the Treacle Eater, the Needle, the Fish
Tower and Messiter’s Cone.
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For those interested in the past, Yeovil’s long history is evident everywhere,
from the large Iron Age fort atop Ham Hill to the naming of its modern
pedestrian shopping precinct, The Quedam, to reflect the town’s Roman
roots. The Museum of South Somerset at Hendford houses many
fascinating exhibits and artefacts, giving its visitors the opportunity to trace
the changing face of Yeovil through the ages.
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There’s so much more to Somerset than just its history. From
donkeys on the beach to quaint shops in small towns, or wide open
spaces with wildlife all around, there is something here for everyone
– and it can all be seen best by bicycle or on foot.
www.visitsomerset.co.uk
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For those with a love of myth and legend, Somerset can fascinate
you with the legend of King Arthur. The Iron Age hill fort at South
Cadbury is the alleged site of Camelot and at Glastonbury Abbey, the
ancient monks claimed to have found the remains of this warrior and
his queen, Gwynevere. At Athelney stands a monument to another
monarch, King Alfred, reminding us of where he burnt the cakes.
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For the historically minded visitor, the county is a positive treasure
trove. There are dozens of fine old churches and historic towns and
villages, such as Wells, with the gothic grandeur of its wonderful
12th-century cathedral and the nearby moated Bishop’s Palace
with its famous bell-ringing mute swans. Classic steam trains run
along the West Somerset Railway, the UK’s longest privately-owned
passenger line, to the coastal towns of Watchet and Minehead.
A3
For those who prefer the challenge of mountain biking and hill
sports, the Quantocks, Mendips and Exmoor all provide exhilarating
opportunities to test your stamina against the hills and discover
some fantastic views.
Situated in beautiful countryside
on the Somerset/Dorset border
just west of the River Yeo,
Yeovil is the major town of
South Somerset. Once noted
for its 300-year-old glovemaking industry, it is now
better known for more modern
businesses such as Westland,
one of the world’s largest helicopter manufacturers, as well as for being
home to the world famous Fleet Air Arm Museum at nearby RNAS Yeovilton.
However, despite its commercial growth, Yeovil’s thriving street markets
confirm that it is still a country town at heart.
THE PARK
For walkers and cyclists seeking a relaxing rural jaunt, the Somerset
Levels are perfect touring country, with their meandering quiet lanes
and hill-free landscape. These ancient wetlands, rich in wildlife, are
home to one of Somerset’s oldest traditional skills – willow basket
weaving – an important craft for the production of a wide range of
items from lobster pots to hot air balloon baskets!
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From the Mendip Hills in the north, to the Quantocks in the west and
the Blackdowns in the south, Somerset is a county of contrasting
landscapes and moods, offering many attractions to visitors keen on
exploring its rich heritage and delightful countryside.
H IGH
Town centre
Yeovil
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ILC
Somerset
2nd Edition
Map 16
Including Chilthorne Domer, Brympton d’Evercy
Over Compton, Barwick, Stoford and Bradford Abbas
Yeovil
SO
7
Cycling and Walking in Somerset
Traffic-free
Traffic-free
cyclecycle
path path
16 Yeovil
Routes and symbols
Motorway
Motorway
routes
LocalLocal
routes
This cycling and walking map is one
of a series covering towns and villages
throughout Somerset
PLACES TO VISIT
Signed
Signed
cyclecycle
routeroute
line (and
station)
Railway
line (and
station)
Yeovil Pen
Mill Railway
A3
/ regional
number
NCNNCN
/ regional
routeroute
number
School
School
Frome
1
15
2
14
Bridgwater
17
Picnic
Picnic
area area
Farm
Farm shopshop
19
Taunton
9
4
3
13
12
16
11
7
0-50
1
1 Places
Places
of interest
of interest
Chilthorne
Domer
Non-adopted
Non-adopted
path path
Stoke-sub-Hamdon, TA14 6RW
01935 823617
Nether
Compton
A359
4 Haynes Motor Museum
5
Rough
bridleway
bridleway
Montacute Rough
Montacute
Tv & Radio
Memorabilia
Museum
3
Norton-subHamdon
Sparkford, BA22 7LH
01963 440804
Over
Compton
Footpath
(no cycling)
Footpath
(no cycling)
5 Montacute House
Community Heritage
Access Centre
Montacute, TA15 6XP
01935 823289
Yeovil
Pen Mill
On-carriage
On-carriage
cyclecycle
lane lane
6 Museum of South
A30
Hospital
Hospital
Somerset
Yeovil
Arts Centre
YEOVIL
Hendford, BA20 1UN
019350424774
Yeovil Golf Club
maps in the Somerset series
2 Watchet & Williton
3 Wellington
5 Bridgwater
6 Burnham & Highbridge
8 Ilminster
9 Langport & Ham
11 Crewkerne
12 Martock & S. Petherton
14 Glastonbury & Street
17 Shepton Mallet
15 Wells
18 Castle Cary & Bruton
These maps have been produced with advice from
local cyclists, town/parish councils and other interested
partners and will be continually reviewed and
updated. We welcome any comments that may help
improve the quality and information provided for future
Swan Theatre
editions. Please send comments and observations
F.A.O. The Cycling Officer, Somerset County Council,
C702, County Hall, Taunton TA1 4DY or email
[email protected]
Chiselborough
Every effort has been made to
ensure the accuracy of these
maps. Somerset Council and
CycleCity Guides cannot be held responsible for any
errors or omissions.
This map is reproduced from Ordnance Survey
material with the permission of Ordnance Survey
on behalf of the Controller of Her Majesty’s
Stationery Office © Crown copyright. Unauthorised
reproduction infringes Crown copyright and may lead
to prosecution or civil proceedings.
Licence number: 100015871, 2009
A3088
Somerset Direct on 0845 3459155 or visit www.
somerset.gov.uk/rightsofway, where you can
inform us via the interactive mapping.
East
Chinnock
This map is published with the intention of providing
information about the local road and cycle path
networks. Every effort is made to ensure that all the
information is up to date and accurate. Inclusion
of marked routes on the map does not guarantee
that these routes will be hazard-free. In particular,
the routes marked in yellow indicate strategic
routes linking settlements, marked cycle routes or
other facilities and have been chosen according to
a number of criteria which may make them more
convenient to cyclists, including gradient, directness
and typical traffic conditions. They do not indicate
an enhanced level of maintenance or guaranteed
safe conditions. In all cases, cyclists should
judge the suitability of the route in relation to the
conditions at the time of use and their own cycling
ability. Somerset County Council does not accept
responsibility for any loss or damage that may occur
resulting from the reliance upon this information.
West
Cafe Cafe
Coker
Swimming
Swimming
pool pool
1
A 30
9 Sherborne Old Castle
Thornford
Castleton, Sherborne, Dorset,
DT9 3SA
01935 812730
[email protected]
1
Holywell
Police
station
Police
station
Bradford
Abbas
Barwick
Burton
10 Tintinhull Garden
East Coker
*Routes that are not public highway
These routes (denoted by dashed lines ) are not
dedicated as public highway. Somerset County
Council has no responsibility for the maintenance,
ease of access or condition of these paths and
cannot accept any liability for any injury, loss or
damage to any property arising from their use.
12
Yeovil
Junction
Shopping
centre
Shopping
centre
Middle
Chinnock
Hendford, BA20 1UX
01935 422884
A30
Reporting a problem on a Public Right of Way
If you find a problem on a public footpath or
bridleway such as an obstruction, aggressive animal,
missing signpost or damaged stile please telephone
www.ninesprings.net
8 Octagon Theatre
SandSand
20 Frome
This cycling map was produced
by CycleCity Guides for Somerset
County Council. © 2009
www.cyclecityguides.co.uk
Brympton
D’Evercy
Library Odcombe
Library
7 Ninesprings Country Park
7
A37
Minehead & Dunster
Taunton
Chard
Cheddar & Axbridge
Somerton
Yeovil
Wincanton
Yeovil Marsh
Trent
Comments
1
4
7
10
13
16
19
Royal Naval Air Station,
Yeovilton, BA22 8HT
01935 840565
www.fleetairarm.com
3 Ham Hill Country Park
A3
08
8
Stoke-subHamdon
Contour height
in metres
Historic
building
Historic
building
Tourist
Information
Centre
Tourist
Information
Centre
Yeovil
ovil
8
50-100
Bus station
Bus station
Refreshments
Refreshments
18
5
National Cycle Network
On Road
National Cycle Network
Traffic-free
National Cycle Network
Proposed
1
20
U r b a n
10
6
100-150
Toilets
Toilets
1
Bike Bike
shopshop
R u r a l
h
el
Pelican
crossing
Pelican
crossing
Toucan
crossing
Toucan
crossing
2 Fleet Air Arm Museum
A37
ol C
Brist
of worship
PlacePlace
of worship
Post Post
officeoffice
Farm Street, Tintinhull,
BA22 8PZ
01935 823289
Thornford
Hardington\
Mandeville
11 Yeovil Country Park
Brunswick Street
01935 462462
0
Haselbury
Plucknett
0
Yeovil Junction Station, Stoford,
BA22 9UU
01935 410420
Barwick, BA22
Mudford
Tintinhull
Advisory
Advisory
cyclecycle
routeroute
03
12 Yeovil Railway Centre
1 Barwick Park
A roads
10
A roads
Yeovil Pen Mill
n
an
Useful information & places to go
Yeovil andAshthe surrounding
area site site
Caravan/camping
Caravan/camping
1
1
2
2
3
3 Miles
4
5 Kilometres
Yetminster
Yetminster
13 Yeovil Recreation Centre &
Athletics Arena
Chilton Grove, off Mudford
Road, BA21 4AW
01935 462616
BIKE SHOPS
1
The Bike Shed
1 The Terrace, Huish, BA20 1AY
01935 410623
2
P D E Cycles
72 Wessex Road, BA21 3LR
01935 472151
3
Mud Sweat & Gears
Unit 13 Bartlett Court, Sea King
Rd, Lynx Trading Estate, BA20 2NZ
01935 431937
4
Tri UK
76 Lyde Road, Yeovil, BA20 15DW
01935 414142
www.triuk.com
POST OFFICES
King George Street PO
King George Street, BA20 1PZ
0845 7223344
TOURIST INFORMATION
Yeovil Heritage & Visitor
Centre
Hendford, BA20 1UN
01935 845946
[email protected]
Cartgate TIC
Cartgate picnic area, A303/A3088,
Stoke-sub-Hamdon, TA14 6RA
01935 829333

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