Quantock Online


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10 Lime Street
Nether Stowey
Somerset TA5 1NG


This is a popular site. In the 3 months to July 2006 we received an average of over 10,500 individual visits per month and served 150,000 page impressions.

Entries to the 'Diary' and 'Clubs & Societies' pages are FREE. Just submit details using the relevant form:

Basic listing in the directory is FREE for local businesses - just send us an E-mail with your details.

Commercial advertising costs for other parts of the site are from £40 per year for a basic listing and £80 per year for a link to a web site. Design and hosting of a full page advert on this site from £50.

Please contact us for further details.

About us

Quantock Online is a continually growing community based web site, designed and run by Teresa & Simon Youé. We are an entirely independent enterprise and love the countryside we moved to 20 years ago.

The site was launched in 2000 with the aim of providing a comprehensive resource for the area. We believe in a 'living' countryside and hope to promote community activites and sustainable business within the area as well as an appreciation of its landscape and history. We seem to be making enough of a mess of the planet, the least we can do is to look after our own little patch.

Teresa would not claim to be the 'font of all knowledge' about the Quantocks, but she's pretty damn close to it! She has written most of the articles about villages on the site, often taking months over research.

Following our conviction that the Internet is for everyone, Quantock Online was completely re-designed in 2006 to increase accessibility and usability, meeting some of the most stringent standards laid down by the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium). With around 700 existing pages those in the know will realise that it was a major undertaking to come out of frames and a table based layout. We currently, (Feb 2009), have over 1,300 pages!

Help with funding for software and a computer to aid with the re-design was given by Quantock Hills Sustainable Development Fund.

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