Monthly archive for September2017

Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 29th September

There have been some changes at the Village Shop  with the staff recently; Milla has left to join the Exeter Chiefs Rugby Academy and will continue her education at Exeter College. Well done to her and good luck from everyone at the shop. There is…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 15th September

Our intrepid friend Pippa Unwin and her four legged friend Bonnie have started their walk for refugees . The pair are walking from A.G to Dover to raise money for various charities including the Red Cross and the Blue Cross animal rescue charity. They are…

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The transfer of ownership has finally gone through!

Pittens Walk, Jubilee St car park, the playparks and village green, Timbers car parks and the leat foreshore are all now back in parish ownership. In 2010 John Coates first approached SHDC to see if we could get these areas of the village back –…

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SHDC/West Devon councils merger – why our parish council voted NO

Why we have said “NO” – the parish council response to a West Devon/SHDC merger. All households should recently have had a postcard delivered with their normal post entitled “One Council for South Hams and West Devon”  inviting you to “Have Your Say” in a…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 8th September

It seems that there is quite a lot of concern over the status of some of the village organisations, the latest being the Allotment Association here in A.G. It seems that quite a few of the allotment holders are giving up, and at the moment…

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Stop Press! Allotment vacancies…

There are some allotments coming up if anyone is interested – there isn’t a waiting list at the moment, so Jackie or David Guiver could give you more information – 550110

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 1st September

It’s with some upsetting news that I start this report and it concerns our church. The numbers are falling and have been for some time, the old stalwarts are passing on to glory and no-one is taking their place. There were just 10 people in…

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