Monthly archive for April2015

Next Parish Council meeting and the Aveton Gifford Annual Parish Meeting 11 May

The next Parish Council meeting will be held on the 11th of May because the first Monday of the month is a Bank Holiday. It will start – for this month only – at 6.30 pm, and will be a shorter meeting than usual because…

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Donations to our local Food Bank

We don’t know if you are aware that there is a collecting box for food donations for Kingsbridge Food Bank in St Andrew’s church. This valuable and unfortunately very necessary resource has become an essential form of assistance for an increasing number of local families. It is…

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Aveton Gifford Village Show – August 8th – schedules and entry forms now available

There are classes for all ages and interests, so if you’d like to take part this year the schedule and entry forms are available at the shop now, or can be downloaded here; Aveton Gifford Village Show 2015

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrilow – 18th April

There was an air of celebration in the village last Saturday when local resident, Mr John Foale turned 70. John, a great local character has lived in the area all his life and comes from a farming family. He was well known in the field…

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Found: Hearing Aid

A hearing aid has been found outside Brook House.  If you have lost it please ring Richard on 07894711910 or call in at Matchbox Cottage to be reunited.

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AG Photographic Competition – for next year’s calendar!

Dinah and the shop committee are holding a competition to find the 12 best local photos shot by people in the parish! These will be selected, and then turned into a calendar for 2016 which will be sold to raise money for the shop. The competition is…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrilow – 3rd April

There seems to be some confusion amongst some in the village about the village foodbank. St Andrew’s Church set up this facility some time ago, and a collection box has been sited at the back of church on the window sill. All manner of goods…

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