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Clatworthy, Somerset

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Clatworthy, Somerset

Clatworthy is a village and civil parish in the West Somerset District of Somerset, England. It is situated 10 miles from Wellington and four miles (6 km) from Wiveliscombe on the southern slopes of the Brendon Hills and close to the Exmoor National Park. The Clatworthy Reservoir is run by Wessex Water and has a capacity of 5,364,000 cubic metres, supplying some 200,000 homes. It impounds the head waters of the River Tone and the surrounding area is used for walking and fishing.
DistrictWest Somerset
Post townTAUNTON
Administrative CountySomerset
Traditional CountySomerset
OS GridST0530
OS Settlement ClassificationOther settlement (village, hamlet etc)
RegionSouth West
CountryEngland
Police AuthorityAvon and Somerset
Fire and Rescue AuthorityDevon and Somerset
Fire and Rescue AuthorityDevon and Somerset
Ambulance AuthoritySouth Western
Dialling code01984
Population101
 

Other names by which Clatworthy, Somerset has been known in the past

Clateurde ~ Clateurda ~ Claturdeurda

Clatworthy, Somerset in John Bartholomew's "Gazetteer of the British Isles" (1887)

Clatworthy, par., W. Somerset, 3 miles NW. of Wiveliscombe, 2848 ac., pop. 225.

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