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Pendomer lies on the Somerset/Dorset border about 5 miles south west of Yeovil. This
has always been a farming community and even though many of the residents now follow
other occupations, the farms (Abbot’s Hill, Bryants, Lower Penhill, Parsonage and
Pen Hill) still provide the foundation of village life. The countryside here is
hilly and heavily wooded and provides good grazing for the beef cattle that, for
economic reasons, have supplanted the dairy herds of former years. The centre of
the village lies in a glorious tranquil spot at the end of a narrow no-
WELCOME TO PENDOMER!
On this website we aim to bring together a range of information about Pendomer past, present and future. This “Home” page sets the scene by describing the village as it is today. “History” leads to an exploration of Pendomer’s past and is a portal to census returns from 1841 to 1911. “Church” leads to more information on the parish church of St Roch, its history (including monument and parish register transcripts) and its current life. Activities of local interest are listed under “Events”. The “Gallery” pages exhibit pictures from 1875 to the present day. Finally, “Find Us” provides a location map and our email address. Please get in touch if you have pictures, maps, stories or information to add.
There is a directory of contact details for people who live in or are closely connected to Pendomer. Access is restricted to those on the list.
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