St Laurence Church. East Harptree. ©Guy Stobart
Wolf Moon rise. St Laurence. ©Rural Chris
View towards the Waldegrave Inn. ©Guy Stobart
Church and field. East Harptree
Positive Vibes, High Street
East Harptree Court ©John Darvill
Village clock ©Nick Roberts
View over chew valley from EH. ©Andrew Fox
A Warm Welcome to East Harptree Parish.
Hello, newcomers and village veterans alike. Welcome to your one-stop shop for everything East Harptree. From bell ringing and happenings at the village hall, down to the nitty gritty of drainage and road closures, you’ll find the latest information here. We’ll be regularly updating the site, so please keep your information coming. If you’d like to add something, please contact our parish clerk or the administrator of the page you’re interested in.
About the Village
East Harptree is a village and civil parish in Bath and North East Somerset, five miles north of Wells and 15 miles south of Bristol with a population of approximately 650. It sits on the northern slope of the Mendip Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, overlooking the Chew Valley and includes the hamlet of Coley.
Coronavirus Latest Information
As the situation is constantly changing, please refer to the BANES government website for public health information, including vaccinations, symptoms, social guidance and the latest advice and restrictions.
Go to BANES website
East Harptree Parish Council
The Parish Council meets on the third Tuesday of each month in The Theatre, East Harptree. During the pandemic, emergency legislation allowed us to meet virtually via Zoom, but this legislation ended on May 6th. Meetings must now be in person. If you would like more information please contact the parish clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org .
The agenda for the meeting will be published on the Thursday before the meeting, on the village noticeboard and this website. Public participation is limited to 15 minutes.
The next parish council meeting will now be Tuesday 21st December and will be in The Theatre, East Harptree, and we will continue with our monthly meetings on the 3rd Tuesday of every month. If you wish to discuss anything with us in the meantime, please email us via: email@example.com
Find out more about the parish council
If you see a problem on village roads such as potholes, broken drains, fly-tipping, broken pavements and kerbs you can report it to B&NES
Report a problem https://fix.bathnes.gov.uk/
Let your parish council know if you hit a problem.
East Harptree Footpath Map