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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Have you been to Moldram's Ground recently? How much flora and fauna did you spot. Richard Place who lives in the village has just released his collection of superb photos giving an idea of the range of species you might see if you are very observant.
Posted by Admin on October 30, 2014 at 17:00
Posted by Admin on October 27, 2014 at 11:30
Ninesprings Café, Education and Information Centre is set to open its doors to the public on Tuesday 28 October, offering a high quality coffee experience, with a natural twist.
Sitting on the cycleway through Yeovil Country Park, with great links to Yeovil town, the new centre includes a superb family and dog friendly café, offering a range of products in a lovely setting. Public toilets are easily accessible from outside if you…Continue
Posted by Admin on October 27, 2014 at 11:17
Posted by geoff parcell on October 14, 2014 at 16:18
I have an oak Roll Top desk - D type, that I refurbished years ago, and used as a computer desk so it has no letter rack insert, just an open area. It is 2 pedestal on the left with 3 drawers and the right, 2 drawers, the lower double height. It is about 48" wide by 30" deep by 41" high.I have attached some photos for information.I will advertise it for sale elsewhere but if any local wants to give it a good home, I am open to offers! View by appointment only please.RegardsRobin Cuthbert841101.Continue
Started by Robin Cuthbert. Last reply by Robin Cuthbert on Sunday.
Hi everyone. My mobile phone provider is currently Vodafone but in spite of having Sure Signal the signal is quite iffy and frequently drops out.Can anyone advise which mobile phone providers they feel work best in our village and surrounding areas?Many thanksSueContinue
Started by Sue Burnley. Last reply by Robert Backus Oct 17.
We have a huge heap of well rotted horse muck which needs a good home. It is very easy to access and I wonder if you know anyone who might like some? It could go straight onto gardens or be saved until winter mulching. We have had all the horses in during the day this year and we are now running out of muck heap space. I would be grateful if you could pass the word around. Best wishes, Sarah Fitzgerald 840895 ps we can supply sacks or loan of our cart for removalContinue
Started by Bruce Bower Sep 5.