The envelope below, from Piddletown to Yeovil in April 1868, has a "YEOVIL" single ring receiving mark on the reverse (nothing at all exceptional but not always collected).
Piddletown was later renamed Puddletown in the late 1950s. "Piddle" comes from the River Piddle. Other villages on the River Piddle contain the name Piddle or have been renamed to Puddle. Here is an envelope from Piddletrenthide ('trenthide' comes from it having been assessed for thirty hides in the Domesday Book).