South Perrott is a village and civil parish in northwest Dorset, England, 2 miles (3.2 km) southeast of Crewkerne. In 2012 the estimated population of the parish was 220. Figures from the 2011 census have been published for South Perrott parish combined with the neighbouring parish of Chedington; the population in these areas was 367.
The Parish councilParish Council meetings are held 6 times a year, approximately every two months. They are held at the South Perrott village hall typically on a Thursday at 7:30pm however whilst Covid-19 restrictions are in place all meetings are being held virtually.
You can read all about the work of the Parish Council here
TAKING PRIDE IN SOUTH PERROTT
YOUR VILLAGE NEEDS YOU
The village of South Perrott has always had a wonderful community spirit with residents helping each other out. Lockdown has been no exception and highlighted how much we all need, and value, the support of our friends and neighbours. Now that times are hopefully getting back to normal the Parish Council would like to harness the many skills and abundant enthusiasm of the South Perrott residents to build a bank of people willing to give a few hours, whenever they are able, to keep our village one of the best in Dorset.
If you would like to help with, for example, hedge trimming, litter picking and small manual jobs around the village then the Parish Council would love to hear from you. You don’t have to commit on a regular basis and hopefully with small teams of like-minded people it will be fun as well as a beneficial community activity.
If you would like to be involved please contact our new Councillor, Gill Denny
Tel: 07825 839076