Monthly archive for January2015

Village Voice by Rosie Warrilow – January 30th

Walking round the village it’s great to see some signs of spring beginning to show, with snowdrops being very much in evidence and in some warmer spots primroses are already showing their faces. The Cricket club dinner is due to take place on February 7th…

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Night-time road works on A381 (to Totnes) – February 10th to 13th

An advance warning for drivers who use the Totnes road – DCC Highways have issued a notice of road works with a temporary road closure at Harbertonford  from February 10th to 13th; the work will be carried out overnight between the hours of 7 pm and…

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“Traffic calming in AG – a history” – by Delia Elliott

This article will be included in the forthcoming edition of the mAGpie, but may be of interest to residents who are considering the proposals for traffic calming measures at the moment; When I moved to the parish in 1980 Fore Street was notorious for heavy traffic…

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Village Voice with Rosie Warrilow – January 23rd

Here’s hoping that everyone has survived the big blow during this last week, not to mention the freezing temperatures that followed. I popped into our shop on Sunday to find that the mood was pretty frosty there too. Why? The vital sack truck still has…

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Annual Cricket Club Dinner – 7th February

AGCC Annual Dinner will be held on the 7th of February 2015, at the Fisherman’s Rest – 7.00 for 7.30 pm. A menu has been drawn up with a selection of choices – Richard Cole and Richard Bain have these, and can give further information….

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrilow – January 16th

With this week promising some wild winter weather it’s good to look back to the wonderful warm summer that we enjoyed last year, and we can do that by thinking about our wonderful Cricket Team and their exploits of the cricketing season. The Annual Cricket…

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Missing shop sack truck – help please!

The blue sack truck used every day to carry the heavy deliveries of milk, newspapers etc indoors has gone missing.   It hasn’t been seen since Tuesday afternoon, and is badly needed. It looks similar to this one in the photo, but has the name ASHTON…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrilow – 9th January

Here we are again for a new year of news and views from our community and I trust we have all had a good festive season, which as always seems to fly past. On January 1st a group of the Aune Valley Conservation Society met…

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“Soup and Pud” in the village hall – Saturday 10th January

The village hall committee are putting on another of their “Soup and Pud” lunches in the hall this coming Saturday, from 12.00 until 2.00 pm. They offer a choice of soup accompanied by a bread roll and butter, and choice of dessert, followed by tea…

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