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Crowcombe There is an electoral ward termed 'Crowcombe and Stogumber'. This extends westerly from "Crowcombe" via Stogumber to Willett. The total population at the 2011 Census was 1,191.
Crowcombe In 1724 the spire was damaged by a lightning strike. The top section of the spire was removed and is now planted in the churchyard and stone from the spire was used in the flooring of the church. Inside the church carved bench-ends, dating from 1534, depict such pagan subjects as the Green Man and the legend of the men of Crowcombe fighting a two-headed dragon.
Crowcombe The parish covers the hamlets of Crowcombe Heathfield, Flaxpool, Halsway, Lawford and Triscombe.
Crowcombe The first documentary evidence of the village is by Æthelwulf of Wessex in 854, where it was spelt 'Cerawicombe'. At that time the manor belonged to Glastonbury Abbey. Later Gytha Thorkelsdóttir, wife of Earl Godwin, gave it to the monks of Winchester to make amends for her husband's "treacherous abuses of divers monastic institutions".
Crowcombe The Domesday Book of 1086 lists the village as 'Crawcombe', which is believed to come from the Old English words "craw" and "cumb". The parish of Crowcombe was part of the Williton and Freemanners Hundred.
Crowcombe Crowcombe Heathfield railway station is two miles from the village on the West Somerset Railway, a heritage railway. A small part of the filming of The Beatles' first feature film, 'A Hard Day's Night', took place here.
Crowcombe The Church of the Holy Ghost has a tower dating from the 14th century with the rest of the building being dated at the 15th century. It has been designated by English Heritage as a Grade I listed building.
Crowcombe The village is on the route of the Samaritans Way South West.
Crowcombe The medieval cross of red sandstone is north west of Holy Ghost Church. The octagonal shaft is high, topped by a Greek cross added in the 19th century, standing on an octagonal base.
Crowcombe Halsway Manor is England's National Centre for Traditional Music, Dance and Song. It is the only residential folk centre in the UK. The eastern end of the building dates from the 15th century with the western end as an addition in the 19th century.