Trull Village

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Following the death of His Royal Highness Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh, the Leader and the Chair of SWT have issued a statement of condolence -

“On behalf of the residents of Somerset West and Taunton we would like to offer our heartfelt condolences to HM The Queen and the Royal Family. Our thoughts are with them at this sad time.”

In line with current restrictions and guidance from the Royal Household, we ask that members of the public do not leave floral tributes in public spaces or gather at monuments at this sad time, to ensure each other’s safety.

The Royal Household has suggested that people could make donations to charity instead, if they wish to do so.

Also in view of public safety in the light of current Covid-19 restrictions, an online book of condolence has been opened to allow people to pay their respects. For more information, visit


Police Newsletter March_21 

Cllr submission to Canonsgrove Options Appraisal 

Response from the Monitoring Officer 

Police newsletter February 

SWT & YMCA report to PC February

SWT & YMCA responses February

Canonsgrove  Survey Results

Canonsgrove Survey Summation

Canonsgrove Survey Responses

Report to Appraisal on Homeless and Rough Sleepers in SWT from Cllr S Wakefield

Canonsgrove Newsletter January

SWT & YMCA Responses January

Canonsgrove Report to PC January

Police Newsletter January

Canonsgrove Working Group Objectives

SWT & YMCA Responses 17/11/20

Would you be interested in joining the Trull Speedwatch team? Please contact Sammie Millard-Jones if you would like more information.
The delightful village of Trull is located only 2.5 miles from Taunton, the bustling county town of Somerset. It is in a picturesque setting close to open farmland, providing wonderful views of the nearby Blackdown Hills (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty). The Blackdown Hills themselves give panoramic views across the Vale of Taunton.
The population of the Parish of Trull is approximately 2,500 and encompasses the surrounding hamlets of Canonsgrove, Cutsey, Daws Green, Dipford, Sweethay, Staplehay and Kibbear.
The heart of Trull has a thriving Church and Primary School, and a variety of community facilities including a popular pub, village stores, playing field with Pavilion, Memorial Hall, and Community Centre with coffee shop.
Trull boasts numerous buildings and sights of historic interest. All Saints Parish Church has been designated a Grade II listed building by English Heritage and boats a 13th Century tower with the rest of the building dating from the 15th Century.
There are a variety of activities and groups to suit all ages and stages – uniformed organisations, amateur dramatics, indoor bowls, bridge, ballroom dancing, ramblers, tennis club, and Woman’s Institute to name a but a few.
The Parish Council takes its responsibility for local issues very seriously and engages with the community wherever possible. Please contact the Council using the Contact Us.