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.
|How to get there||Where to stay||Where to eat||What's nearby|
Many people celebrated around the beacon on top of Beacon Hill on 21 April. A collection was taken for the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI).
Posted by Admin on May 28, 2016 at 14:10
Do we need to get together and request faster broadband connections?
FASTER broadband connections will not be automatically rolled out to isolated rural areas, the government has confirmed. Instead, rural homes and businesses will have to request connections – a process which could involve a four-year wait.
Posted by geoff parcell on May 23, 2016 at 11:16
Somerset County Council’s Road Safety Team aims to reduce the number of casualties on the county’s roads through a programme of education, training and publicity.
Route 60+ is one of our most popular presentations and is run for older drivers.
The presentation addresses not only how vehicles have developed over the years, but also how our own driving skills and habits may have changed; it then addresses how we can go about updating those skills.
Driving provides independence…
Posted by geoff parcell on May 14, 2016 at 8:00
A parcel delivered by Amazon has been received and signed for by a female in Penselwood, claiming to be me and signing my name at 12.45 on Monday 23rd May. Amazon are investigating the Van gps which will find the property. Could the person that has received the parcel please drop it off at my house Encie Farm, Pen Selwood, BA9 8LB to avoid amazon's investigations into fraud. Thank you Belinda HealContinue
Started by Belinda Heal on Wednesday.
I was thinking I might go along to the church war memorial at 7:30 am and blow a WW1 whistle three times to commemorate the start of the Battle of the Somme. If you're interested in coming along, post here.AndyContinue
Started by Andrew Warren. Last reply by Andrew Warren May 16.