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Dundry, North Somerset

Dundry is a village and civil parish, situated on Dundry Hill in the northern part of the Mendip Hills, between Bristol and the Chew Valley Lake, in the English county of Somerset. The parish includes the hamlets of Maiden Head and East Dundry. The parish had a 2001 population of 871. The village lies on the route of the Monarch's Way long-distance footpath.
Post townBRISTOL
Administrative CountyNorth Somerset
Traditional CountySomerset
OS GridST5566
OS Settlement ClassificationOther settlement (village, hamlet etc)
RegionSouth West
CountryEngland
Police AuthorityAvon and Somerset
Fire and Rescue AuthorityAvon
Fire and Rescue AuthorityAvon
Ambulance AuthorityGreat Western
Dialling code0117
Population871
 

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

Dundry, par. and vil., E. Somerset, 4 miles SW. of Bristol, 2799 ac., pop. 565; P.O.; contains Dundry Hill, a ridge (4 miles long and 768 ft. high) on which many interesting fossils have been found.

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