Kenn Village, North Somerset, is a small but by no means sleepy hamlet between Yatton and Clevedon.
Most famous, among people who know about these things, for the Hangings of 1830, Kenn should, we feel, be famous for a great many more modern reasons.
About 300 people live in 120-odd houses, and that’s it, apart from the pub and the church. No shop, no school, no park… We do, however, have a Village Hall – and we make good use of it. It’s available for functions (click here) when we aren’t using it.
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