Monthly archive for April2014

Bakers Hill Road Closure 12th – 16th May

The Highways Department has just given advance warning that they will be doing drainage works on Baker’s Hill during the week of Monday 12th May, finishing on Friday 16th May. They will do their best to give access to residents living on Baker’s Hill throughout…

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Cricket Club Pub Games Night – 2nd May

Aveton Gifford Cricket Club Pub Games Night   Friday 2nd May at the Fisherman’s Rest starting at 7.30pm For more information contact: Mike Bagley 07970 076980 Richard Cole 07799 336957 Jon Reynolds 07583 184815 Or Email: jonathan.reynolds23@gmail.com

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Village Voice with Rosie Warrilow – 18th April

Our W.I ladies met this week and their guest speaker was Felicity Goodall; the subject of her talk was Burma Revisited.Felicity is a teacher and she visits Burma to teach some of the youngsters in the care of the monks in this wild inacessible country….

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Tidal Road clear up – Sunday 13th, 11.0 am

The ACA would like to invite volunteers to a clear up session on the foreshore and Tidal Road on Sunday morning. A lot of litter and rubbish came up the estuary during the bad weather this year, and there is still a lot of plastic, bits…

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Annual Parish Meeting – 12th May

The Annual Parish Meeting is being held on the 12th May at 7:30pm in the Village Hall and all are welcome. For more information, please see the poster below:

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrilow – 11th April

This is an exciting time in the village with lots of outdoor clubs springing back into life after the winter break.With the evenings pulling out now, the Tennis Club have now got a regular Tennis evening on Thursdays 6.00-800pm,weather permitting I assume.The club hopes to host…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrilow – 4th April

In spite of the recent wet weather the school garden is now taking shape, and locals Bob Burr and Ollie Cadle have been labouring in the wet conditions to create it. The garden now contains some apple trees (which the children helped to plant) which…

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Identification of boats in Timbers car park.

We have been asked to publish the following information about the boats now in Timbers car park. “On the 27th of March, a Parish Council working party, on behalf of South Hams District Council, removed 29 derelict or apparently disused boats from the land owned by SHDC (adjacent…

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