Panborough Hill and Martinsey
Formerly Padenaberga and sometimes known as Barrows Hill, Panborough Hill lies on a ridge currently carrying the road from Wells to Wedmore. It has a singular profile, especially when seen from the Levels southward, toward Godney.
A chapel, thought to be dedicated to St Padan, a local saint, was located somewhere on the hill. Access to the hill is tricky, thanks to a mildly hostile farmer, and care of the hill is poor.
Also known as Marchey. This is a slight bump alongside the old river Brue, where there was once a small chapel dedicated to St Guthlac or St Martin. There is some connection between it, as Marchey, and the island of March in the Fens of Eastern England, which was also dedicated to St Guthlac. To find Martinsey, take the moor lane from Bleadney to Easton, stop on the first right-hand bend, and walk alongside the river to the rise ahead. Accessability not too easy. Ownership of Martinsey is in process of being established by the Martinsey Isle Trust.