The community website for Pen Selwood
Pen Selwood parish is situated at the meeting point of 3 counties, Somerset, Dorset and Wiltshire, to the north east of Wincanton and is within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty as well as an area rich in history[Click here]. Its residents enjoy the peace and quiet and the stunning views from the ridge over the Blackmore Vale to Glastonbury Tor and beyond.
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LONGLEAT isn’t just famous for its lions - it also boasts some of the grandest ancient oak trees in the British Isles. The Wessex Ancient Tree Forum (ATF) has been granted rare access to the old deer park – an area not usually open to the general public – and is hosting a walk on Friday 20 October which will take in Longleat’s many ancient and veteran trees from the Medieval period. These are survivors of the ancient Selwood Forest that bordered the estate. In fact, Longleat boasts the only…Continue
Posted by Admin on September 22, 2017 at 12:04
I am sorry to have to tell you that Dorothy Young (who used to live in Highfield in Coombe Street) has just died; she passed away very peacefully. She is to be cremated at Yeovil Crematorium (Bunford Lane, Yeovil BA20 2EJ) on Thursday 28th September at 1:20pm.
Posted by Bruce Bower on September 18, 2017 at 10:00
Jim Ebner and myself are holding a work party on Saturday to clear the site in readiness for returning the site to pasture. If you have any time available to give us a hand, please see the details in the Events listing. You'd be welcome to salvage any unwanted fruit bushes etc...
Posted by Stella Parcell on September 15, 2017 at 11:01
A big THANK YOU to everyone who came to our coffee and cake morning in aid of World Horse Welfare. We raised an amazing £245.39.
The winner of the quiz was Lorna Collins. If anyone would like a copy of the answers please contact Pat Cuthbert or Carol Nutter.
Posted by geoff parcell on September 15, 2017 at 11:00
Two mornings or afternoons per week at Pen House Farm. £10 per hour. Call Paul 07522 304040
Started by Paul Shinar Sep 14.
Any contributions of fresh vegetables, tinned veg and fruit, jams, chutneys, cut flowers and plants for the garden or house are gratefully received. Please bring any contributions to the Playing Field after 9.30am on Fete day or contact Jess Simpson Gee (840 568), Chris Worrall (840 869) or Sarah FitzGerald (840 895).Continue
Started by Admin Jul 30.