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Coordinates: 51°18′31″N 2°37′45″W / 51.3085°N 2.6291°W / 51.3085; -2.6291 West Harptree Church of St Mary West Harptree West Harptree  West Harptree shown within Somerset Population 459 [1] OS grid reference ST561568 Unitary authority Bath and North East Somerset Ceremonial county Somerset Region South West Country England Sovereign state United Kingdom Post town BRISTOL Postcode district BS40 Dialling code 01761 Police Avon and Somerset Fire Avon Ambulance Great Western EU Parliament South West England UK Parliament North East Somerset List of places: UK • England • Somerset West Harptree is a small village and civil parish within the Chew Valley, Somerset in the unitary district of Bath and North East Somerset. The parish has a population of 459.[1] The village is 8 miles (12.9 km) south of Bristol and 10 miles (16.1 km) from Bath. It is just south of Chew Valley Lake on the A368. The village has a pub and several shops including a post office. With its close neighbour East Harptree the villages are collectively known as the Harptrees. Contents 1 History 2 Governance 3 Demographics 4 Landmarks 4.1 Gourney Court 4.2 Grade II listed buildings 5 Religious sites 6 References 7 External links History According to Robinson it is listed in the 1086 Domesday Book as Herpetreu meaning 'The military road by the wood' from the Old English herepoep and treow.[2] The shape of some of the existing fields with cross-slope and down-slope field banks and cultivated ridges forming an interleaving irregular mosaic suggest they are of medieval origin.[3] Governance The parish council has responsibility for local issues, including setting an annual precept (local rate) to cover the council’s operating costs and producing annual accounts for public scrutiny. The parish council evaluates local planning applications and works with the local police, district council officers, and neighbourhood watch groups on matters of crime, security, and traffic. The parish council's role also includes initiating projects for the maintenance and repair of parish facilities, such as the village hall or community centre, playing fields and playgrounds, as well as consulting with the district council on the maintenance, repair, and improvement of highways, drainage, footpaths, public transport, and street cleaning. Conservation matters (including trees and listed buildings) and environmental issues are also of interest to the council. Along with East Harptree and Hinton Blewett, West Harptree is part of the Mendip Ward which is represented by one councillor on the unitary authority of Bath and North East Somerset which was created in 1996, as established by the Local Government Act 1992. It provides a single tier of local government with responsibility for almost all local government functions within its area including local planning and building control, local roads, council housing, environmental health, markets and fairs, refuse collection, recycling, cemeteries, crematoria, leisure services, parks, and tourism. They are also responsible for education, social services, libraries, main roads, public transport, trading standards, waste disposal and strategic planning, although fire, police and ambulance services are provided jointly with other authorities through the Avon Fire and Rescue Service, Avon and Somerset Constabulary and the Great Western Ambulance Service. Bath and North East Somerset's area covers part of the ceremonial county of Somerset but it is administered independently of the non-metropolitan county. Its administrative headquarters is in Bath. Between 1 April 1974 and 1 April 1996, it was the Wansdyke district and the City of Bath of the county of Avon.[4] Before 1974 that the parish was part of the Clutton Rural District.[5] The parish is represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom as part of North East Somerset. It elects one Member of Parliament (MP) by the first past the post system of election. It is also part of the South West England constituency of the European Parliament which elects seven MEPs using the d'Hondt method of party-list proportional representation. Demographics According to the 2001 Census The Mendip Ward (which includes East Harptree and Hinton Blewett), had 1,465 residents, living in 548 households, with an average age of 39.0 years. Of these 79% of residents describing their health as 'good', 22% of 16-74 year olds had no qualifications; and the area had an unemployment rate of 1.5% of all economically active people aged 16-74. In the Index of Multiple Deprivation 2004, it was ranked at 25,387 out of 32,482 wards in England, where 1 was the most deprived LSOA and 32,482 the least deprived.[6] Landmarks West Harptree showing the church Gourney Court Gournay Court is a Grade II* Country house. Circa 1600 (Gournay Court at Images of England) The entrance Gates and railings are grade II (Entrance Gates and Railings at Images of England) as are the Gatepiers to the west (Gatepiers to west of Gournay Court at Images of England) Grade II listed buildings (Barn to north west of Gournay Court at Images of England) (Gatepiers to boundary wall, south of Tilley Manor Farmhouse at Images of England) (Tilley Manor Farmhouse at Images of England) (Parsonage Farmhouse at Images of England) (The Old Vicarage at Images of England) (Turnpike Parish Boundary Marker at Images of England) Religious sites The Church of St Mary dates from the 12th Century, although the tower is a much later addition,[7] and is a Grade II* listed building[8] References ^ a b "Population Statistics for Bath & North East Somerset". Statistics and Census Information. Bath and North East Somerset. Retrieved 2010-10-05.  ^ Robinson, Stephen (1992). Somerset Place Names. Wimbourne: The Dovecote Press Ltd. ISBN 1874336032.  ^ "Mendip Hills An Archaeological Survey of the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty". Somerset County Council Archeological Projects. Retrieved 16 January 2011.  ^ "The Avon (Structural Change) Order 1995". HMSO. Retrieved 2007-12-09.  ^ A Vision of Britain Through Time : Clutton Rural District ^ "Neighbourhood Statistics LSOA Bath and North East Somerset 021D Mendip". Office of National Statistics 2001 Census. Retrieved 2006-04-25.  ^ Reid, Robert Douglas (1979). Some buildings of Mendip. The Mendip Society. ISBN 0905459164.  ^ (Church of St. Mary at Images of England) External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to: West Harptree "Area 4 - Mendip Slopes". BANES Environmental Services. Retrieved 2010-10-05.  Map of West Harptree circa 1900 v · d · eChew Valley Villages: Belluton · Bishop Sutton · Blagdon · Burnett · Cameley · Camerton · Chelwood · Chew Magna · Chew Stoke · Chewton Keynsham · Chewton Mendip · Clutton · Compton Dando · Compton Martin · East Harptree · High Littleton · Hinton Blewett · Hunstrete · Keynsham · Litton · Marksbury · Nempnett Thrubwell · Norton Malreward · Pensford · Publow · Regil · Stanton Drew · Stanton Prior · Stowey · Temple Cloud · Timsbury · Ubley · West Harptree · Winford · Woollard Reservoirs: Blagdon Lake · Chew Magna Reservoir · Chew Valley Lake · Litton Reservoirs Rivers: River Chew · River Yeo SSSIs: Barns Batch Spinney · Blagdon Lake · Burledge Hill · Chew Valley Lake · Compton Martin Ochre Mine · Dundry Main Road South Quarry · Emborough Quarries · Folly Farm · Harptree Combe · Hartcliff Rocks Quarry · Lamb Leer · Lulsgate Quarry · Plaster's Green Meadows · Wurt Pit and Devil's Punchbowl Open Access Land Burledge Hill  · Knowle Hill  · Round Hill (Folly Farm) Councils: Bath and North East Somerset · Mendip · North Somerset Surrounding areas: Dundry Down · Lulsgate Plateau · Mendip Hills · Yeo Valley v · d · eMendip Hills Settlements: Ashwick · Axbridge · Banwell · Bishop Sutton · Blagdon · Bleadon · Burrington · Charterhouse · Cheddar · Chewton Mendip · Compton Bishop · Compton Martin · Cross · Draycott · East Harptree · Easton · Hinton Blewett · Hutton · Leigh-on-Mendip · Litton · Oakhill · Priddy · Rodney Stoke · Rowberrow · Sandford · Shepton Mallet · Shipham · Ubley · Webbington · Wells · West Harptree · Westbury-sub-Mendip · Winscombe · Wookey Hole Rivers and lakes: River Axe · Cheddar Yeo · River Chew · River Yeo · Lox Yeo River · Blagdon Lake · Cheddar Reservoir · Chew Valley Lake · Litton Reservoirs Caves and gorges: Attborough Swallet · Aveline's Hole · Axbridge Ochre Mine · Banwell Caves · Banwell Ochre Caves · Burrington Combe · Charterhouse Cave · Cheddar Gorge · Compton Martin Ochre Mine · Cox's Cave · Eastwater Cavern · Ebbor Gorge · Fairy Cave Quarry · GB Cave · Goatchurch Cavern · Gough's Cave · Hunter's Hole · Lamb Leer · Longwood Swallet · Pierre's Pot  · Priddy Caves · Rod's Pot · Shatter Cave · Shute Shelve Cavern · Sidcot Swallet · St Cuthbert's Swallet · St. Dunstan's Well Catchment · Stoke Lane Slocker · Swildon's Hole · Thrupe Lane Swallet · Tyning's Barrow Swallet · Upper Flood Swallet · W/L Cave · Wookey Hole Caves Quarries: Batts Combe · Callow Rock · Cloford · Cloud · Colemans · Cook's Wood · Doulting Stone · Dulcote · Emborough · Fairy Cave · Gurney Slade · Halecombe · Hobbs · Holwell · Moon's Hill · Torr Works · Viaduct · Whately · Windsor Hill SSSIs: Asham Wood · Axbridge Hill and Fry's Hill · Banwell Caves · Banwell Ochre Caves · Barns Batch Spinney · Blagdon Lake · Bleadon Hill · Brimble Pit and Cross Swallet Basins · Burledge Hill · Burrington Combe · Chancellor's Farm · Cheddar Complex · Cheddar Reservoir · Cheddar Wood · Chew Valley Lake · Cloford Quarry · Compton Martin Ochre Mine · Cook's Wood Quarry · Crook Peak to Shute Shelve Hill · Dolebury Warren · Draycott Sleights · Ebbor Gorge · Emborough Quarries · Harptree Combe · Hobbs Quarry · Holwell Quarries · Kingdown and Middledown · Lamb Leer · Priddy Caves · Priddy Pools · Perch · Rodney Stoke · St. Dunstan's Well Catchment · Sandpit Hole and Bishop's Lot · Shiplate Slait · Viaduct Quarry · Windsor Hill Quarry · Wurt Pit and Devil's Punchbowl History Priddy Circles · Cheddar Man · Drove Cottage Henge · Dolebury Warren · Charterhouse Roman Town · Fosse Way · King John's Hunting Lodge, Axbridge · Priddy Mineries · Somerset Coalfield · Somerset Coal Canal · Cheddar Valley line · East Somerset Railway Transport Mendip Rail · Mendip Way · Monarch's Way · National Cycle Route 24 · A37 road · A39 road · A368 road · A371 road Councils: Bath and North East Somerset · Mendip · North Somerset · Sedgemoor Surrounding areas: Chew Valley · Somerset Levels · North Somerset Levels