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. 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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There's lots of talking about high speed broadband - but nothing has changed here in Pen.
However I did think it worth sharing that following lots of complaining to BT and getting nowhere they offered me a cheap deal. I declined at first because I wanted a faster better service, but in the cold light of day I realised I wasn't going to get that for a while so I pushed for the the deal. They refused at first saying it was a limited offer at the time but on a second phone call they…Continue
Posted for Ian Steadman:We have nearly three weeks before our hirers start returning and it would be good to use this time to get some small jobs done at the hall. Major jobs are underway with Rob Doody but we can do some paint touching up, cleaning and simple maintenance both inside and outside the hall. It will probably lend itself to some joint activities and some individual tasks so if you can spare any time between now and September 5th please give me a call on 841041.Continue
Started by Admin Aug 18.
Thank you for your generous support last year. Your contribution this year would again be most warmly appreciated. We will be collecting bottles after 4pm on Friday 24th JulyIf you have a bottle, but know you will be out, please leave by your front door, or alternatively please deliver to us at The Old Rectory. Thank you so much.Neil & Claire Polley / T: 840271Continue
Started by Admin Jul 19.
Hello. First time poster to the Pen Selwood website. Not sure if this is the right location for a query like this, but here we go.I have an O2 phone which has a good signal most of the time, but then drops out to nothing intermittently. It's not the phone, and I suspect it's another provider's mast nearby crushing the signal.Anyone have any advice on the best mobile provider for the village? We're up near the church.Andrew WarrenContinue
Started by Andrew Warren. Last reply by geoff parcell Mar 31.