Current Membership of the CCT

Watchet Members A – Z

Jump to – a c e g h k l m o p q s v w


Alberts Ardware


Clarity Connections

Contains Art

Cotton Street

cotton street watchet

Chamber of trade

Watchet chamber of trade logo


Elliot’s Touch

Evie Here4you

EVIE the electric car




Harbour Community Bookshop

The Harbour Bookshop is a charity bookshop located on the Esplanade in Watchet and has been trading since 2009. The Bookshop is entirely run by volunteers selling donated books. All proceeds are shared between the Cystic Fibrosis Trust and local good causes.

Inside the community bookshop at No 7 Esplanade

Home Start West Somerset

Inside the community bookshop at No 7 Esplanade


Knights Templar Community Church School & Nursery

Knights Templar School is a locally maintained First School with 200 pupils on roll. We are unique in that we are a joint Church of England/Methodist School. The school is now one of the largest employers in the town.

Inside the community bookshop at No 7 Esplanade


Living History Museum

Run by former teacher Robin Wichard the Living History Mobile Museum provides artefacts and presentations to schools, colleges and other organisations as required, on a broad range of topics. The talks are all supported with a wealth of original artefacts each with its own story to tell. The Museum is also involved in the organisation of Heritage Events, most notably the WSR 40s Weekends (including Watchet) and the forthcoming WSR 1960s Diesel Gala. The Museum is represented on the Watchet CCT by Sara Summers.

living history museum


Magna housing association

magna housing association

Market House Museum

Watchet Market House museum

Minehead Eye

magna housing association


Onion Collective

Onion Collective is a social enterprise working to support a different kind of economy, one that supports social, environmental and cultural well-being. We ground our work in the everyday values of community: connectedness, curiosity, plurality, compassion and solidarity. We run a number of regeneration projects in Watchet where any profits that are made are reinvested back into the projects or into the community.  Our three flagship projects are East Quay Arts and cultural venue, Watchet Visitor Centre and Biomill Watchet, a pilot project exploring fungus-based materials.  

onion collective


Plastic Free Watchet

Plastic Free Booklet

Phoenix centre

Watchet Phoenix centre


Quantock Food bank

Plastic Free Booklet


Somerset Council

Plastic Free Booklet

Steam Coast Trail

Plastic Free Booklet

S.W Heritage Trust

Plastic Free Booklet


Village agents, ccs

somerset village agents/ccs logo

Visitor Centre

visitor centre


Watchet 1940s Home Front

somerset village agents/ccs logo

Watchet arts group

somerset village agents/ccs logo

Watchet Boat Museum

outside the watchet boat museum

Watchet Boat Owners Association

watchet boat owners association page

Watchet Bowling Club

The Watchet Bowling Club Community Venue is on Culvercliffe Rd, TA23 0EN. We provide 6 super outdoor greens, an indoor green with a viewing lounge, changing rooms and showers and a member’s bar. Additionally, there is the Clipper Bar and Lounge (and kitchen) available for hire.

Watchet bowling club logo

Watchet community choir

watchet boat owners association page

Watchet community cinema

watchet community cinema

Watchet Conservation Society (WSC)

The Society exists to promote the archaeology, history, architecture, and natural environment of Watchet, and it surrounds. It aims to do this through promoting the high standard and quality of planning applications through engagement with planning consultations, and through educating the public in the geography, history, natural history and architecture of Watchet and its environment.

Watchet conservation society

Watchet Harbour Marina

watchet harbour

Watchet Hedgehogs

conservation society

Watchet Methodist church

Watchet Methodist Church

Watchet Railway Station

conservation society

Watchet Summertime

Watchet Summertime Logo

Watchet Town Band

Watchet town band logo

Watchet Town Council

watchet town council logo

Watchet war memorial ground

Watchet town band logo

West somerset brass band

West somerset brass band logo

West Somerset Intercultural Friendship Group

A colourful banner made for West Somerset's Intercultural friendship group

West somerset mineral line Association

West somerset brass band logo

West Somerset Railway (WSR)

The West Somerset Railway is the longest standard gauge heritage railway in the UK, running for 22 miles from Bishop’s Lydeard to Minehead in Somerset, with intermediate stations between. When designed as a branch line of the GWR by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and built-in 1862, Watchet station in the centre of town was the original terminus of the line until later extended to Minehead. It operates steam and diesel services throughout most of the year, with details and bookings available on the WSR website.

A colourful banner made for West Somerset's Intercultural friendship group
Skip to content