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A car parked outside the field where the parking takes place for the Fete was broken into this morning. Belinda, Franey Matthews daughter left a handbag on the passenger seat. 10 minutes after she parked and was working a little way off with a pony, she heard her car alarm trigger and when she had sorted the pony came back to find the near side passenger window had been smashed and her bag snatched. Fortunately it had nothing of value in it so she’s hoping it will be dumped…Continue
Another Fantastic village fete. This year the teas in the Village Hall were a great success again,only due to all the help given both on the Friday before with all the setting up and then on the Saturday with all the amazing help we received running the "Tea Shop".Then of course the wonderful selection of homemade cakes, cookies and sandwiches which were so kindly donated by you all. Thank you so much.
This brings me to another big Thank You to both Helen and Neil Marley. This year…Continue
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A Planning meeting of the Council to be held on Wednesday 1st August 2018 7.30pm
Pen Selwood Village Hall
1. Open Forum for members of the public to speak.
2. Apologies for…Continue
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ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984,
TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE
PEAR ASH LANE, PEN SELWOOD
I am writing to inform you that Somerset County Council as the Highway Authority have received an application for the temporary closure of Pear Ash Lane from Wessex Water.
This road will be closed from 09th July 2018 and is expected to…Continue
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See pages 8 -12. Newsletter
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Thank you all again for a really good day. It really was a fantastic demonstration of community spirit! The Pen Selwood History Society is a remarkable organisation!
I liked the way you had involved the owners of the different sites, and, not least, the clear engagement they all had with the history of their land.
And I certainly can't remember an outing where we have been entertained anything like as well: coffee and biscuits, a…
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Anyone with an interest in Somerset’s libraries has one more month to take part in the County Council’s consultation on the future of its Library Service.
The consultation ends on Wednesday 13 June and more than 4,000 responses have been received so far.
Somerset County Council is keen for anyone yet to complete the questionnaire to go online at…Continue
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The Coffee Morning held on Saturday 19th May raised £505.58 for PCA Funds and Local Charities
Thank you to everyone who donated cakes, plants, produce and raffle prizes and to all who supported the event.
An even bigger thank you to Amy McKee and Paul Shinar for allowing us to use the magnificent house and gardens at Pen House.
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If like me you have been inundated with messages about GDPR please find another simpler version for our website at http://penselwood.ning.com/page/about-this-site.
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The jumble sale held on Saturday 14th April raised £370 for Church Funds.
Thank you to everyone who donated cakes, produce, raffle prizes and jumble to make this another successful event
Heather Doe & Sandra Jenkins
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Many thanks to all who helped to make the 2018 10k event yet another success.
With out the marshals, car park attendants, catering staff, sign erecters, water stop supervisors, timekeepers, admin staff, ambulance crew etc the event would not happen.
Ines Braun and the Gillingham Trotters continue to support the event with their organisational skills
My thanks this year also goes to Karin Hurd for allowing us to use the only semi dry field in the village for car …Continue
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