Monthly archive for February2017

Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow – 24th February (none next week, Rosie is away.)

This week’s report will cover the next two weeks as I will be away in Israel for 10 days. Our school has had some wonderful success recently in the Key Stage 2 SATS tests, coming 4th out of 391 Primary schools in Devon with 90%…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow – 17th February

We start this week’s report with yet more road works around the parish. This time it’s the turn of the Tidal Road, and South West Highways will be taking on the repair work for Devon County. The work will involve road closures between Feb 23rd-27th,…

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SCAM AT OUR OWN POST OFFICE _ CAN YOU HELP?

SCAM AT OUR OWN POST OFFICE – CAN YOU HELP PLEASE? Dinah has asked for this to be broadcast as far and wide as possible please as somebody may have seen it, or know who it might be to add to the statement she has…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow – 10th February

The Six Nations Rugby tournament is now underway and matches can now be watched on the BIG screen at the Fisherman’s Rest. The opening matches of the tournament were shown last weekend, and this weekend’s matches can be viewed starting at 2.25pm this Saturday with…

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Valentine Day’s treats now at the shop

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Aveton Gifford calendars – special offer price!

Our Aveton Gifford 2017 calendars for sale at the village shop have been reduced in price from £6.50 to £3.50 each, or two for £6.00

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A new editor for the Magnet magazine is urgently needed

We have had a request from St Andrew’s to ask if there is anyone who would be prepared to take on the job of editor for the Church magazine, The Magnet. The lady who has been doing the job for some time is going to…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow – 3rd February

One of our local ladies has been having an exciting time recently! Stonemason Pippa Unwin has been to the French Alps and has taken part in a Snow Carving Festival along with two other stone-carvers from the West Country. They didn’t win any prizes this…

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