- Village Coffee Mornings in the Hall will be back in July Great news, after a very successful open-air coffee morning on the millennium green a couple of weeks ago we hope to be back in the hall on Saturday 10th ...
- Events leading up to VE Day an article by Brian Vowles To read Brian’s article go to the Archive page and scroll to the bottom and choose Events Leading up to VE Day
- The Wellsway in days gone by Guests were treated to a very interesting illustrated talk by Brian Vowles about the history of The Wellsway in Keynsham and down towards Chewton Keynsham and Burnett. We all ...
The village of Compton Dando, nestles within the quiet North East corner of the old Somerset county boundary.
Compton Dando is a small village on the River Chew in the Chew Valley. Historically the village had strong connections to Bath Abbey, and Wells Cathedral and also played an important part in the history of improving the process of cheese making.
Compton Dando has lots of events (if you are interested in helping out or have some ideas please contact the CDCA). If you are just coming to visit, the village has a pub and a village hall for hire. There is also an abundance of pretty walks.