High Ham is a small village and a parish and as such has a parish Church which in this case is one dedicated to St Andrew.
The village is on the upper parts of the hill side which overlook the flood plain. On the side of the hills are several small local reserves. One is Eastfield and the other is a Somerset Wildlife Trust piece of land, barely a patch, but the rough grassy areas are home to extensive numbers of butterflies and other insects.
On the top of the hills lies Stembridge Mill. It is the only thatched windmill and it is in the care of the National Trust. If visiting then do check the opening times and status. As of Spring 2017 it has been closed for a number of months.
Images related to the High Ham can be viewed here.