Westminster, Vermont 05158
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Westminster is the site of the 1775 “Westminster Massacre”, one of early battles between patriots and Yorkers.
Allen Brothers Farms, 6023 US Route 5, Westminster, VT 05158 | 802-722-3395
We are a uniquely Vermont combination of practical and beautiful. We have an inhouse bakery featuring cider donuts, pie, cakes and cookies , a deli with signature Mac & Cheese, pizza and other warm options as well as made to order sandwiches, a country store filled with local Vermont products, locally grown seasonal produce with our own apples, corn, strawberries, and squash and pumpkins, a gas station, a nursery and garden center. Come and see what we have for you at exit 5 off I-91, easy off and on
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Great Falls Regional Chamber of Commerce, 17 Depot St., Bellows Falls, VT 05101 | 802-463-4280
The Greater Falls Regional Chamber of Commerce can help you with information on the Vermont Towns of Bellows Falls, Rockingham, Athens, Grafton, Putney, Saxton's RIver, and Westminster, along with the New Hampshire towns of Alstead, Charlestown, Walpole and North Walpole. Please visit this wonderful area of the Connecticut Valley for your next getaway.
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The town of Westminster Vermont consists of Westminster West and North Westminster – which is just west of Bellows Falls. History is rich here in Westminster. Westminster is Vermont’s oldest existing town. On January 15, 1777, a group of Vermonters met in the Westminster courthouse to declare the independence of the Republic of New Connecticut , which was later renamed the Republic of Vermont.
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Westminster Town Offices: 802-722-4091
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