Monthly archive for February2015

Village Voice with Rosie Warrilow – January 20th

The children at our school have had a very busy time during the first half of term.The year 6 children enjoyed a visit from Mrs Boynton, a science teacher from K.C.C. who guided them through a morning of scientific discovery, and they also took part…

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Astrid is performing in “Oliver”!

Astrid is performing in this next KATS production of Oliver. If you want to go along and see it, tickets have now gone on sale at Kingsbridge TIC, or through KATS own website.

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Missing cat – have you seen him?

Fudge has been missing for several days now. He doesn’t usually wander far from home (Fore Street) so he might have got shut in somewhere – Astrid would be very grateful if you could check your garages or sheds in case he’s got shut in…

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Soup and Pud this Saturday (14th) – 12.00 until 2.00 pm

Everyone is welcome this coming Saturday morning (14th) to come along to another lunch held in the hall – a choice of soups with bread and butter, followed by some delicious puddings and tea or coffee – all for £5.00! Everything is home-made and all…

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AG Sports and Leisure AGM – Thursday 12th February 7.30 pm

This will be held at the Fisherman’s Rest at 7.30 pm, and is open to all residents from the parish – everyone is welcome! Come and have a say about events and activities you would like to see in the village,  or perhaps you would…

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Reporting anti-social behaviour

After several incidents recently of anti-social or intimidating or threatening behaviour some information has been given to us about the correct protocol for reporting these incidents. The police are very keen that as much information is reported as possible about any of these incidents, and…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrilow – 6th February

Last Friday the Parish Councillors held a meeting with South West Water to discuss the continuing problems of raw sewerage flooding Jubilee Street when there is severe rainfall. Local M.P Gary Streeter also attended the meeting to lend his support. This distressing problem for the…

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