Full Moon Inn at the central crossroads
Rudge shown within Somerset
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The Full Moon pub has developed from a small pub, now having letting rooms and a restaurant.
Since 1946, a public telephone and kiosk were placed outside the pub.
The Old Manor House, sometimes known as Rudgehill Farm, was built in the early 17th century and refronted in 1692.
The Baptist Chapel at Rudge was founded at the beginning of the 19th century.
The Methodist Chapel in the centre of Rudge, which was built in 1839, remains the only public building in the hamlet.
The electricity supply to Rudge was completed by 1950, and the piped water supply was laid on in 1954.
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