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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Large white chicken with hint of brown, found today (Saturday 21st Feb) at around midday, wandering free at the bottom of Chapel Lane. Have tried various chicken owners in the vicinity, but not yet found the owner. Has anyone lost one?
She is happily being fed and watered in our spare coop - but please call me to come and collect! Nicky Backus 01747 841471
The wood from the lime trees at the back of the church has now been logged up and is for sale. This money will go towards the costs of pollarding the trees. People are welcome to collect the logs, which are stacked on the South side of the Church. A wheel barrow is there and each load is £5. Please help yourselves and then contact Bruce Bower (840335) or Jeremy Cox…Continue
Posted by Bruce Bower on February 20, 2015 at 10:32
Posted by Admin on February 18, 2015 at 17:30
Does your community group struggle to meet the needs of its members because of a lack of suitable transport?
Are you considering setting up a car scheme in your community?
If your answer to either of the above is 'yes', then this free workshop may be of interest to you.
Somerset Community Foundation is holding a free event in Langport on 27 March bringing together local community groups to talk about transport issues. Topics will include: ‘Choosing the right transport…Continue
Posted by Admin on February 18, 2015 at 13:18
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 Robert Backus Jan 23.
Further to my earlier request I now have a USB driven reader for 3.5" discs which works fine and which I will gladly lend to anyone else who may still have data on these little old HDs they want to recover.
Started by ian steadman Nov 12, 2014.