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The earliest remaining visible sign of habitation in this area is the Roman road from Bath to Poole which passes within a mile of the village, to the east. The line of the road can still be walked, and includes a stone causeway over a stream some two miles south-east of the village.
In the Domesday book of William the Conquerer the Manor of Norton with Hinton is recorded as supporting only 20 people, 3 ploughs, a mill of 5s. rent and 20 acres of meadow. We know what the mill looked like, with an enormous wheel, the axle of which was a full 10 feet in diameter, since it was still working within living memory. Bits of it still remain.
The ruins of Hinton Priory lie two miles to the north of the village. The link between Norton and Hinton Priory began in 1232, when the Priory was founded. It ended on March 31st 1540 when Prior Hood and his 23 monks were evicted by the Commissioners of Henry VIII, at the time of the Dissolution of the Monastries. During the life of the Priory, our village was in the keeping of the Prior, as Lord of the Manor of Norton. The rule of the Priory coloured the life of the village, and left marks on it that you can still see today. The chief mark, perhaps, is the George Inn.
The monks of the Priory were Carthusians, an order of silent comtemplatives, each living in his little house, with a small garden. Once a week they had to take a long walk. Along the lane from Norton to Wellow there is a stone bridge over the stream, by legend called Touchstone Bridge which the monks would touch and then turn back, as the limit of their walk.
Back to the present day Norton St Philip is generally a peaceful place to be, but even in peaceful places accidents can and do happen. If an accident occurs and it is not your fault but yet you find yourself suffering with injuries, pain and suffering then you have good grounds to make a compensation claim with the no win no fee in Norton St Philip team. This team is the magic ticket you will need to ensure a safe and successful compensation claim process. For more information please call our free phone helpline number today free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.