Travel and local info

The Tweentown bus stops are right at the foot of Cheddar Gorge
The Tweentown bus stops are right at the foot of Cheddar Gorge

Bus timetables

126 Wells – Weston Super Mare (FirstBus)

668 Shipham – Street (Libra Travel)

Train travel

Take the train to Weston Super Mare and then catch a bus to Cheddar. Click here for train arrival and departure information.

Local information web sites

Cheddar Parish Council – supporting Cheddar Walking and responsible for many of the paths in the parish. If you come across a problem with a path, let the Clerk know via the web site.

Cheddar Village web site – more information about local accommodation, restaurants, events, and other places to explore in the area.

Mendip Hills AONB – supporting Cheddar Walking, the AONB covers the high land to the north east of Cheddar across to the Chew Valley Lakes – find out more about other places in the AONB, conservation activities, special events etc.

Mendip Ramblers and Mendip Society – two groups focusing on walking, landscape, and heritage in the Mendip area

National Trust Somerset – the north side of Cheddar Gorge is National Trust land. Find out more about other National Trust locations in Somerset.

Parkrun in Cheddar – based at Sharpham Road Playing Fields and using part of the Cheddar Walking routes along the Strawberry Line. Parkrun is a free, weekly walk, jog or run for all abilities starting at 9am on Saturdays. Many walkers take part each week including Nordic Walkers. Cheddar Walking contributed to its start-up costs.

Walking in Somerset Hundreds of free walks to download, and details of all the books, maps and walking clubs in the county.

(Photo: Martin Kay)