Cathedral/churches, Places, South West England

East Coker

East Coker

This small village and civil parish in South Somerset was the inspiration of the second poem of T.S.Eliot’s ‘The Four Quartets’, and the famous line ‘In my beginning is my end.’

You will find rolling hills surrounding the parish church of St. Michael where Eliot is buried, and if you visit the Heylar Arms for a pint on the last Tuesday of every month, you will also find the East Coker Poetry Group holding readings which anyone is welcome to attend.

East Coker - Avenue of Oaks

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