The village of Halse is situated to the West of the
Quantocks and is made up of around 100 properties, mostly old,
with a smattering of new. Its character being acknowledged by
being designated a Conservation Area and there being many Listed
Despite its relatively small size, there are many
qualities and activities that maintain a healthy community
spirit, which is demonstrated by most Esate Agents' details
including the phase, 'a much sought-after village' in their
particulars - it therefore must be true!
This website will hopefully provide useful information
for both residents and visitors alike.
18th November, 7:00pm: Hungarian Evening. In celebration of saint Elizabeth of Hungary, there will be ghoulash, puddings, a silent auction, a raffle, a quiz and a bar.
10th December, 12:00pm: Christmas Lunch.
See Village Hall
for booking details.
5th October, 7:45pm: Medicinal Herb Farmer, A talk by Helen Kearney. Non-members welcome.
2nd November, 7:45pm: "Gertrude Jekyll - her plants and designs", A talk by David Usher.
17th October, 10:30-12:00 with Sally Healy at Churchill Cottage.
14th November, 10:30-12:00 with Paul and Helen Batchelor at Greedy's Orchard.
If you would like to host a coffee morning, please contact Jane Tricks on 433466.