St Margaret’s is a small village primary school with four classes and a purpose built pre-school/nursery on site.
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The Parish Church of St. Margaret’s of Antioch is a beautiful Grade One listed building and the pastoral centre for private prayer and reflection, worship, and ministering of the Christian life.
See what’s taking place in and around Tintinhull or submit an entry for publication in the diary.
The Tintinhull Village Magazine began in July 1963 as a shared initiative between the church and the parish council. Learn more about it’s long history.
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Celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. Why not join Tintinhull Open Gardens Group (TOGG) for our Derby Day – fun for all!
Elections for the new Somerset Council to be held in May 2022 This includes elections to all Town and Parish Councils in Somerset
On 1st December Annie Maw. Lord Lieutenant of Somerset, planted a Ginko Biloba tree on the village green outside the hall as part of national tree planting week. She was welcomed to the village by members of the parish council…
Avon & Somerset Police have issued a warning about yet another scam related to Covid-19
News is circulating that our village pub is closing next week!
Well, if you have looked at the Schedule recently, you will see that the Hall is back to being a very popular facility in the village. With classes of various kinds running every weekday and an increasing number of birthday parties being held at weekends, one can only describe our super facility as ‘thriving’!
There is currently a vacancy on Tintinhull Parish Council
An informal meeting was held in the Village Hall on 13th October 2021 to discuss possible village activities to celebrate the Queens Platinum Jubilee 2nd – 5th June 2022. The aim of the meeting was to establish how residents would like the Jubilee to be commemorated within the village and to encourage parishioners to plan and organise events for which they had enthusiasm…
The Tintinhull Local History Group programme of activities kicks off on October 27th 2021 at the Village Hall