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Local Information For Bloomfield Rise

Paulton – The Local Area

The Romans knew it, and so did the Saxons; but it took hundreds of years before Paulton was officially recognized as an “area of special architectural or historic interest”. Modern residents confirm it simply as a great place to call home and, at Bloomfield Rise on the edge of the village, Woodstock Homes is building a fine selection of fourteen 3 and 4 bedroom detached houses.

Looking around, there are still landmarks that tell of Paulton’s industrial heritage from the past two centuries. Coal mines, quarries, an iron foundary, and the nearby canal were once the backbone of the community, whereas now – after a busy day working in Bristol or Bath – the village makes a refreshing sight in one of the most pleasant corners of the land.

So, is Paulton just another lifeless commuter outpost? Not a bit of it. With a variety of social and sporting groups always eager to attract new members, along with five churches, four pubs, two clubs, a small library, a park and recreation ground, village hall, and a swimming pool, Paulton clearly knows a thing or two about actively involving everyone who lives there. Add a choice of GPs and schools for all ages within a short distance, plus glorious Mendip countryside simply seconds away, and Bloomfield Rise really is ideal for family life.


Schools

Paulton boasts several pre schools as well as an infant and junior school. The infant school was judged "good" by Ofsted in 2008 and in 2007 the junior school was judged "outstanding"  - the highest grade achievable.

http://www.paulton-inf.bathnes.sch.uk/

Ofsted reports:

Infant School Ofsted Report

Junior School Ofsted Report

There are also easy links Midsommer Norton 1.7 miles, to Radstock 2.6 miles, Chew Magna 6.1 miles, Chew Stoke 6.5 miles, Saltford 6.9 miles, Keynsham 7.4 miles, Bath 8 miles, Shepton Mallet 8.4 miles, Wells 9.1 miles, Frome 9.4 miles and Bathampton 9.9 miles.


Paulton Infant and Junior Schools
 
Health

Paulton Hospital is located within the locality of Bath & North East Somerset and serves a local population of about 45,000 made up of small villages and market towns. The nearest Acute Hospital is the Royal United Hospital in Bath about 11 miles away.

There is also a local GP

Paulton Hospital 

 
Community

Paulton has a strong community identity. There are numerous opportunities to participate. There are many local clubs, Bell Ringing, Thank God It's Friday (TGIF), Paulton Concert Band, Boys club, Art club, Wildlife group, Friendship club, KIT Club, Ladies circle, Historic Society, Ramblers Association, Army cadets, Canoe training, Amateur Dramatics, cubs and scouts.

Paulton also has a small library and is served by Somerfield and Tesco supermarkets.

Paulton Church 

 
Leisure

Paulton also boasts a small library.  
There are four pubs in the village: The Red Lion, The Winterfield, The Lamb and The Somerset.

There are also two members' clubs, Paulton Rovers F.C. and Greyfield's Sports and Social club.

Paulton Rovers F.C. play in the Southern Football League Division One South & West League and the club is an entertainment centre for the area.

Purnells Cricket Club provides the village with a well-established cricket club which is open to anyone interested in the game.

Further sports facilities are present on the same complex as the cricket club, with tennis courts, bowls, a gym and a football pitch home to Purnells Sports F.C.

 


Somerset Inn, Paulton 



Paulton Rovers F.C.
 
Regional Shopping Centers - The Mall and Cabot Circus

The Mall, Cribbs Causeway, offering over 170 major retail stores, is just 30 minutes away from Paulton. The Cabot Circus shopping centre in the centre of Bristol now provides an unrivalled array of shops, bars and cafes.

The Mall at Cribbs Causeway

 
Transport Links
  • Car: The M4 / M5 are 30 minutes away providing easy access to Swindon, London and beyond
  • Buses: The 782 provides a link to Midsomer Norton and Radstock, the 178 / 778 runs between Bristol and Bath through Paulton
  • Trains: The nearest train station is Oldfield Park, Bath, less than 30 minutes away
  • Airports: Bristol International Airport is less than 30 minutes away and provides links to most of Europe and some further afield destinations such as the USA.

 

Good transport links

Bath

Bath is well known for its historical architecture, world heritage site status, cultural events and plethora of small bijoux stores - a gem not to be missed and only 10 minutes from Paulton.


Bath Abbey and city

Bristol

Bristol is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city with plenty to attract young and old alike.  There are theatres and cinemas, shopping centres, many tourist attractions and bars, restaurants and cafes to suit all tastes. Click here to find out more.

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