Radstock is a town in Somerset and settles within Bath and North East Somerset. Having been settled since the Iron Age, Radstock grew its importance after the construction of the Fosse Way. The growth of the town occurred after 1763 when coal was discovered in the area. 

Radstock is home to the Radstock Museum which is housed in a former market hall boasting various exhibits which offer a bigger insight to the north-east Somerset life since the 19th century. There are two primary schools; St Mary’s C of E primary school and St Nicholas C of E Primary School and Trinity Primary School. Writhlington School is located in Radstock and is a secondary school.