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For many years the coalmines provided employment for local men until they ceased operations in the s, around the same time that the town's two railway stations also closed.
Afterwards, good employment opportunities still remained for the town with elements of the print industry, and although some of these plants have also now begun to close, overall employment levels in the area remain very high.
Midsomer Norton provides shopping and service industries for the surrounding areas and supports several music venues and bands.
The town has four primary schools and two large secondary schools. Midsomer Norton is home to a leisure centre, several sports clubs and provides youth opportunities such as Scouts and Guides.
It has been the birthplace or home to several notable people. The spelling "Missomerys Norton" may be a variation. Eilert Ekwall wrote that the village "is said to be so called in allusion to the festival held at midsummer on the day of St.
John, the patron saint. John Wesley wrote of the appalling local road conditions which ensured it was reachable "only in midsummer.
In some church records the town is referred to as 'Norton Canonicorum' as an alternative to Midsomer Norton,   and this may be because of the local Priory's link to Merton Priory in London until the dissolution of the monasteries in The parish was part of the hundred of Chewton.
Following the Norman Conquest William the Conqueror gave large parts of north Somerset, including the manor of Norton to Geoffrey de Montbray , bishop of Coutances , and Norton was held under him by Ulveva.
From about until the manor was held by Alured de Lincoln. From the manor was held by the family of Thomas West, 1st Baron West and his descendants.
The Duchy of Cornwall owned most of the mineral rights around Midsomer Norton and various small pits opened around to exploit these.
Coal mining in the Somerset coalfield gave the town and area its impetus as an industrial centre. Around an obelisk Crimean War monument with two marble plaques, was built at the site of St Chad's well, by the mother of Frederick Stukeley Savage for the benefit of the poor.
The obelisk was in the grounds of Norton House , a Georgian mansion built by Thomas Savage, an investor in coalmines in the area, in The house itself has since been demolished but other features of its estate are still visible at Silver Street Nature reserve see below.
There are two electoral wards in the town from which Midsomer Norton elects its own Town Council with an elected Mayor.
The Palladian council offices were built in the mid to late 18th century. The main geological feature in this area of the Mendip Hills south of Hallatrow consists of Supra-Pennant Measures which includes the upper coal measures and outcrops of sandstone.
The relics of the industrial past are very evident within the area, including the distinct conical shape of the Old Mills batch overlooking the town.
The town therefore occupies two valleys of the Mendip Hills and these merge west of Radstock. On the southern fringes of the town is the 2 hectares 4.
Along with the rest of South West England , the Midsomer Norton has a temperate climate generally wetter and milder than the rest of England.
In general, December is the dullest month and June the sunniest. The south-west of England enjoys a favoured location, particularly in summer, when the Azores High extends its influence north-eastwards towards the UK.
Cloud often forms inland, especially near hills, and reduces exposure to sunshine. Rainfall tends to be associated with Atlantic depressions or with convection.
In summer, convection caused by solar surface heating sometimes forms shower clouds and a large proportion of the annual precipitation falls from showers and thunderstorms at this time of year.
About 8—15 days of snowfall is typical. November to March have the highest mean wind speeds, with June to August having the lightest; the prevailing wind direction is from the south-west.
For many years, the centre of Midsomer Norton was prone to flooding. Sometimes several times a year, the Somer rose up during prolonged rainfall and flooded shops, particularly where the high street is at its lowest point in the middle between Martin's newsagent and the former Palladium cinema.
The infrastructure comprises a sluice gate situated at the top of the high street near Somervale School through which the water is carried under the town via a pre-cast concrete culvert several metres in diameter to an outlet further downstream at Rackvernal.
Since it began operation, no flooding has occurred to the high street and an Environment Agency report confirms that the relief scheme remains in good condition and continues to serve to its year standard.
Despite the success of the scheme, some outlying areas of the town are now rated at increased risk of flooding from Wellow Brook due to climate change and the increased provision of housing in the vicinity.
In a new monitoring station was installed at nearby Welton through which data on water pressure and flood levels can be collected via metal tubes placed in the river linked to a telemetry box.
This facility is now providing the Environment Agency with extremely useful information for use in future assessments of flood risk.
Old Mills, Norton Hill,  and Welton. The last pit in the town, at Norton Hill, closed in One of the town's most successful companies was Prattens , manufacturer of prefabricated classrooms, founded and run as a family firm from It was acquired by Beazer in before its main factory site in Charlton Road in the town was demolished in the s.
Midsomer Norton traditionally hosted other industries and became a major manufacturing centre for printing and packaging. Following the decline of mining, these companies expanded on local trading estates and in Welton.
In recent years some of the larger firms have disappeared or relocated, with poor transport links being cited as a handicap.
The business parks remain busy however, and the town and environs has its share of national trading companies including supermarkets and retail outlets.
The town's High Street has free parking. Many inhabitants commute to Bath and Bristol for employment and shopping. This vehicle is for use primarily by organisations in the area serving the disabled and infirm.
Children's author Roald Dahl sold kerosene in Midsomer Norton and the surrounding area in the s. He described the experience in his autobiographical work Boy: Tales of Childhood published :.
My kerosene motor-tanker had a tap at the back and when I rolled into Shepton Mallet or Midsomer Norton or Peasedown St John or Huish Champflower, the old girls and the young maidens would hear the roar of my motor and would come out of their cottages with jugs and buckets to buy a gallon of kerosene for their lamps and their heaters.
It is fun for a young man to do that sort of thing. The family later moved to a house in Silver Street. As a boy, Evelyn Waugh spent his summer holidays in Midsomer Norton with his maiden aunts.
He later described his visits there: "I suppose that in fact I never spent longer than two months there in any year, but the place captivated my imagination as my true home never did.
Skip to main content. Home Top 10 Midsomer Murders locations. Top 10 Midsomer Murders locations Tuesday 26 March Wallingford Perhaps the most recognisable Midsomer location, Wallingford is 'Causton' in the series.
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Frequently Asked Questions Q: When Dani and the group first stop in the field, there were several other groups of outsiders presumably to have come with other villagers.
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Language: English Swedish. Runtime: min min director's cut. Sound Mix: Dolby Digital. Pagans made annual visits to Stonehenge, in Wiltshire, England and joined in all-night celebrations, while awaiting the first light of dawn.
Approximately 20, faithful attendees flock to this event every year, dancing and feasting, from dusk until dawn. After the religious reformation in the early part of the 15th century, the church became increasingly uncomfortable with the Pagan celebrations associated with Midsummer.
Eventually, the church used this as a reason to ban many of the rituals in favor of a more Christian festival.
The celebration was then renamed to mark the birth of St John the Baptist and, appropriately, was called the Feast of St.