The community website for Pen Selwood
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[RINGMASTER COMMUNITY MESSAGING - SOMERSET EAST - FN017 200213]
Be wary of phone callers targeting the elderly and enquiring if the householder suffers from arthritis. They will offer to visit you and demonstrate something that can help with the pain. A local female resident received such a call recently from a very plausible female caller which was then followed up by a male caller asking if the lady was on her own.
Please decline any visits…Continue
Added by Bruce Bower on February 21, 2013 at 19:30 — No Comments
A message from Neighbourhood Watch - please note there has been a rise in theft of fuel from fuel tanks on properties in the rural community in parts of Somerset. It is evident that some fuel tanks have not been secured. Please remind those with fuel tanks to check their security and to report all suspicious activity/vehicles to the police on 101.
Other NW information is under the NW section of the Services tab.
For those who love statistics, the analysis of census data at parish level is now available.
Here are some graphs. For those who prefer the official numbers see…Continue
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Free insulation as Warm Streets returns
All installations need to be completed by the end of March 2013, so spread the word quickly if you know somebody who would benefit.
Somerset residents have the opportunity to improve their home for free, thanks to the re-launch of the Warm Streets scheme. Residents aged over 60 or in receipt of benefits can potentially get both cavity wall and loft insulation installed for free (subject…Continue
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Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2013 09:26:25
We are having to close the above mentioned footpath so that works can be carries out on the culvert and for the removal of a boardwalk as this causes a danger to the public. I have attached a copy of the notice which will appear on site…
Added by geoff parcell on January 28, 2013 at 19:18 — No Comments
Local District Plan available for viewing online and at Yeovil.
Submission of the South Somerset Local Plan 2006-2028
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Highways Winter Update 8.30am 23 Jan 2013
Rain preceding the snow yesterday afternoon meant we could not pretreat the network and had to wait for the snow to start to fall. Any salt put down in advance would have just washed off the highway. The timing could not have been worse as the heavy snow arrived at rush hour as people were trying to get home and as they got into difficulty it hampered the gritters…
Added by geoff parcell on January 23, 2013 at 13:30 — No Comments
Please find attached to this message the latest edition of the Police Newsletter for your information.
We would be grateful if you could forward the document to your members.Paper copies of this document can be…Continue
Added by Bruce Bower on January 14, 2013 at 13:30 — No Comments
Jonathan Cox has been doing some research into who lived on Pen Ridge. Read his initial Research here.
Added by geoff parcell on January 9, 2013 at 17:54 — No Comments
[RINGMASTER COMMUNITY MESSAGING - SOMERSET WEST - F016 09012013]
F015 09012012 Beat FN004, Tower
Visits to the Force Service Centre will continue this year - dates available so far are: 5, 19 March, 2 and 11 April, 7 and 21 May 2013. They will all be evening visits from 6pm at Police Headquarters, Portishead and will give an opportunity to see the work of the staff who take general calls, those who take urgent calls and those who despatch staff to incidents. Please book…Continue
Added by Bruce Bower on January 9, 2013 at 11:21 — No Comments
I am getting in touch to ask for your assistance in bringing Green Routine 2013 to the attention of your parish council and parishioners as they can play a key role in the big Somerset campaign of 2013 that is taking action on waste.
Green Routine 2013 is a year-long campaign to help people in your area minimise waste, save money and have fun developing positive…Continue
Added by geoff parcell on December 18, 2012 at 10:30 — No Comments
South Somerset Community Accessible Transport (aka the CAT Bus)
The scheme operates a door-to-door service for people who live in villages without public transport, or who live in towns but are unable to use normal bus services. We are based in Wincanton (in the Balsam Centre) and respond to individual member’s requests. All minibuses are fully accessible for those with mobility…Continue
Added by Bruce Bower on December 6, 2012 at 13:00 — No Comments
There have been two recent incidents in Hadspen and Castle Cary where sheds/garages/outbuildings have been broken into. The thieves are working at night and are using a jemmy and bolt cutters to force doors and cut padlocks. It would appear that they are looking for power and garden tools and other portable items that they can then sell on for cash. Please review your shed/garage security, especially if you are in a remote location, and ensure good quality padlocks and hasps are fitted.…Continue
Added by Bruce Bower on December 6, 2012 at 0:00 — No Comments
Many thanks to those who organised and supported the Coffee Morning today and to Jess and Clive Simpson-Gee for hosting it. All together we raised a much needed £355 for the Church.
Added by Bruce Bower on December 1, 2012 at 16:30 — No Comments
As you know, the PCC uses the money left by Jill Melville to support local charities and has recently started to support two on a regular basis.
The first is the Growing Space in Wincanton. The Growing Space uses an innovative approach through horticulture to help a wide range of people in our area who are experiencing a range of challenges and problems. Nick Truman the manager said:-
“This gift is a real life saver for us and ensures we can continue not only to look after our…Continue
Added by Bruce Bower on November 28, 2012 at 23:30 — No Comments
On Friday 9th November, we had our third bell ringing outing. We visited three different churches (South Cadbury, Maperton and Horsington) which while they were all 6 bell ground floor rings, were all rather different bells to ring. Moving to a strange tower can be difficult but we achieved good standard of ringing in all three towers; including one where the bells were half muffled in preparation for Remembrance Sunday. Half muffling sounds very good but the demands on the…Continue
Added by Bruce Bower on November 28, 2012 at 23:30 — No Comments
The December issue has just been delivered.
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Read about the newly installed Barn Owl Box at Moldram's…
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