The community website for Pen Selwood
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I have received a report today of a dog being poisoned, possibly by cannabis, up on the ridge in one of the lay-bys near the gallops. The dog is being treated but very nearly died. The owner will inform the police.
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"I never quite envisaged that anything I undertook in my Sixties would require me using a rope ladder to access it. However when the boat is heeled on Starboard tack it's the only way to…Continue
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You'll find the Presentation on this page.Broadband
See comments below for links to case studies and other info.
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Alison sets off across the Southern Ocean from Cape Town tomorrow. Wish her well!
Here's her latest dairy entry http://clipperroundtheworld.com/crew-diary/unicef/race-2-day-14-punta-del-este-to-cape-town4
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Awarded to an individual member of a helicopter crew, a complete crew or the crews of multiple helicopters, for an act of outstanding courage or devotion to duty in the course of land or sea search and rescue operations.
On 26 Oct 2017 the crew of HM Coastguard Rescue 912 Humberside Captain Peter Mackenzie-Brown (Commander), Senior First Officer Rob Backus (Co-pilot), Winch Operator Paul Bramley and Winchman/Medic Kate Willoughby were presented with the award at a…Continue
What are our options now all the banks in Wincanton have closed?
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Our very own Alison Purseglove aka Alison Ryan is on the crew of the Clipper "UNICEF". She has signed up to circumnavigate the globe. Unicef has completed the first leg and the crew are currently restocking in Punta Del Este, Uruguay. They set off again on 4 October across the South Atlantic to Cape Town.
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LONGLEAT isn’t just famous for its lions - it also boasts some of the grandest ancient oak trees in the British Isles. The Wessex Ancient Tree Forum (ATF) has been granted rare access to the old deer park – an area not usually open to the general public – and is hosting a walk on Friday 20 October which will take in Longleat’s many ancient and veteran trees from the Medieval period. These are survivors of the ancient Selwood Forest that bordered the estate. In fact, Longleat boasts the only…Continue
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26th and 27th August 2017, 10am - 5pm http://www.stockgaylard.com/the-oak-fair.asp
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Stalls are looking to you to help with various items. See Requests and Offers
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