Monthly archive for July2014

Village Voice by Rosie Warrilow – 25th July

Our wonderful A.G has been blessed by another weekend of fine weather and another great event. Local couple John and Maggie Newsham opened their garden at Marsh Mills to visitors on Sunday afternoon, in aid of the charity The Cinnamon Trust. The charity provides volunteers…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrilow – 18th July

What an amazingly busy weekend for A.G with two major events taking place. On Friday evening though,the Fete Committee plus helpers met on the Rectory Gardens to assemble the gazebo’s and tents for the Fete. Just a big thank you for all the hard work…

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Sponsored dog walk – cancelled

The sponsored dog walk planned for the 19th of this month has unfortunately had to be cancelled due to unforseen personal circumstances for the organisers. If you know of anyone who was going to take part could you please let them know – many thanks….

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Dog Poo Bins!

The parish council requested a replacement bin for the one that was removed from the end of the green several months ago. The pc has now been told that SHDC has changed its policy, and won’t be issuing any more dedicated dog poo bins, but dog walkers…

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Foxhole Garden – open to the public – Sunday 20th July, 12.00 to 5.00

An invitation to this beautiful garden which is rarely open to the public is extended to everyone from Aveton Gifford. It is a beautiful, well tended, secluded cottage and woodland garden on the hillside at Easton; there is a wide variety of plants to see, and benches around the…

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Temporary Traffic Restrictions

Devon County Council have issued notice that there will be some temporary traffic restrictions around Aveton Gifford. For full details please see the pdf below:

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow – 4th July

This week we look forward to an event in August.The Project Group are to hold an event in the lower bar at the Fisherman’s Rest during the weekend 9-10th of August to commemorate the start of W.W.1 and the 70th anniversary of D.Day. What they…

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