Tatworth and Forton is a rural parish surrounded by beautiful countryside yet close to major towns. The main centre of population lies two miles south of Chard, although Forton is closer to Chard than to Tatworth and South Chard. The parish is roughly triangular in shape measuring 3.5 miles west to east and 4 miles north to south. It is the most south westerly parish in Somerset, bordered on the east by the River Axe and dorset on the South and West by Devon. There are bus links north and south from Tatworth and South Chard and to Taunton and Yeovil to the east from Forton. The M5 motorway junction is at Taunton.

There are 1115 households and a population of approximately 2700.

Tatworth and Forton History


News

Environmental Agency Publication
"Living on the Edge" 
A guide to your rights and responsibilities  of riverside ownership.
Living on the Edge
We are looking for quotations for the cleaning of our Bus Shelters. Please see attached schedule 

 

CHANGE OF DAY,FREE CHRISTMAS LUNCH FOR THOSE LIVING ALONE IN THE PARISH ON MONDAY 13TH DECEMBER 2021 at the Memorial Hall.  Places will be limited so to secure our place please give your name, phone number and address to either The Clerk or Cllr. Anne Goody with e mail, phone number and address by 1st December

 

 

 EXTRAORDINARY MEETING OF THE PARISH COUNCIL TO DISCUSS DYKE HILL APPLICATION 7th DECEMBER 2021

 Change Of Office Hours

With our Clerk Robin's retirement the office will be open Tuesday and Friday 10am to noon by deputy Clerk Nigel Tinley 
Tatworth Church