Compton Dundon is an attractive village, lying in one of the most picturesque parts of Somerset, overlooked by the Polden Hills to the east and bordering the levels and moors to the west. Compton is situated on the B3151 between Somerton and Street. Dundon lies between the two hills of Dundon Beacon and Lollover. The older parts of the village are built in the local blue lias stone and there are several thatched cottages. Compton, Dundon, & Littleton share a range of community facilities including the church and cricket pitch, in Dundon, and a post office, village hall, and public house in Compton.

What’s new on the website?

The Parish Newsletter is available on the village website
Parish Council July Minutes – see Minutes page                                                                                      For revised waste collection dates 2013/2014 see Waste Collection.

PLEASE NOTE:                                                                                                                                

The next Parish Council Meeting will be held on 5th July at 19:00 at the Meadway Hall

Summary of Website Content

This website contains two main sections

  1. PARISH COUNCIL: Details of Compton Dundon Parish Council, the business of the council, records, policies, contact details and details of how residents can influence decision-making.
  2. COMMUNITY: Outline information about the community, the Post Office and links to the Parish Newsletters.    For more comprehensive information please visit the Village Website.

Calendar (left of screen) will contain events connected with local government.


Stanislaw Berkieta, Castlebrook House, Castlebrook, Compton Dundon, Somerton TA11 6PR
Email: comptondundonclerk@gmail.com     Tel: 01458 448921

Parish Councillors

Councillor Greg Jones – Chairman of the Parish Council,
Councillor Steve King – Deputy Chairman,                                                                                                                                   Councillors: Diane Churches, Tiffany Kearton, Hugh Thomas, Geoff Walker