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Wizard's Thatch Post Office and Owlery 

The Wizard's Thatch sub postmistress, Penny Forum, runs the Wizard's Thatch Postal Service for magical and non-magical folk alike. Some of the locals prefer to use the Royal Mail, and others prefer the far more reliable Owl Postal Service that was set up by Mrs EM Blyton for her daughters Imogen and Mary in 1840, the year that Queen Victoria regulates the service and establishes the Royal Penny Post for non-magical folk.

Penny, a descendant of Mrs Blyton is at the heart of the community and likes to keep her "finger on the pulse". What that really means is that if you want to know what's going on - you ask Penny, as she loves a gossip.  She is also the originator of the phrase "Penny for your thoughts...."

 

 

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The Old Abbey Ruins

Every part of the British countryside has ruins of some kind - and there are more Abbey ruins than you can shake a stick at in Somerset.

The Abbey in Wizard's Thatch was given to the Bombay family by King Henry on the strict understanding that the building was destroyed and the stones reused. 

Not known for their obedience to the crown, the Bombay's tore down some of the Abbey for reuse and just left the ruins where they stood.  The Abbot, a very wise man who allegedly practiced the darker arts, cursed the Bombay family for destroying the Abbey throughout the generations.

A curse that is said to exist to this very day.

 

 

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Dr Jekyll's Surgery

 

Information coming soon 

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St Bart's Church

 

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The Graveyard

 

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Dr Jekyll's Surgery

St Barts Church

The Graveyard