Stourton Caundle is a beautiful Dorset village in the Blackmore Vale, midway between Sherborne and Sturminster Newton.
It is at the heart of Hardy country, surrounded by rolling hills and wonderful views. There is a network of local footpaths for those wishing to explore a little further.
About 400 people live here, with a healthy mix of young and old, established village families and new recruits.
There are a variety of amenities.
We have a Play area, St Peter’s Church, The Village Hall and The Trooper Inn.
We also have our Village Magazine, The Stourton Caundler, our Welcome Club , the Sports Club and the Annual Village Fayre
Given reasonable weather conditions we usually meet on Mondays and Fridays throughout the year.
Meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month, September to April, to discuss all things gardening in a friendly and informal atmosphere
Meets monthly on the 3rd Sunday
Weekly afternoon meetings during the winter months from November until the end of March.
The Sports Club has four active sections, snooker, badminton, short mat bowls and table tennis.
The Club is held every third Wednesday of the month except August and December.
We meet in the Village Hall at 2.30pm.
Used by the village for events such as dances and concerts - also available for private hire
Through four centuries of change, The Trooper Inn has continued to serve as the hub of the community.
Places to stay when on holiday in Stourton Caundle
A modern play area and bike track situated at the end of Brimbles.