Barrington Somerset

Barrington is a conservation village with houses built mainly of local stone or cob and many with a thatched roof. It has a population of about 400 and lies one mile from the southern edge of the Somerset Levels and 3 miles north of Ilminster in South Somerset. 

Barrington is home to Barrington Court which celebrated its 100th anniversary as a National Trust property in 2009 and featured in the BBC's production of Wolfe Hall in 2015.

This website provides details of the local community groups in Barrington and is a service provided by the Parish Council. Neither the Parish Council nor the Webmaster is responsible for the  contents of each section of the website which is the responsibility of each individual group.

If you represent a village community group and would like details of your group included on this website please email the Webmaster at
PastScape, English Heritage's online database, holds records on the architectural and archaeological heritage of England. Information on Barrington sites of interest can be found here Barrington on PastScape

For photographs and historic maps of Barrington visit the Frith Collection