Monthly archive for March2014

Watch out – prowlers about!

Two people in hoodies were seen prowling about a garden in the village last night in the dark. The owner saw them peering in to the conservatory with a torch, and when they were challenged they ran off as fast as they could. Nothing was stolen…

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The Village Voice by Rosie Warrilow – 21st March

With the recent warm weather it certainly reminds you of last year’s beautiful summer, and our thoughts turn once again to outdoor pastimes. Our cricket club boys are now enjoying net practices in the Sports Centre in Kingsbridge on Sunday mornings from 10.30am until 12’o…

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Flood Group meeting – Friday 21st March, 6.45

There is another meeting of the Flood Group on Friday evening in the hall, at 6.45. There will be final decisions to be made for purchasing the equipment funded by the grant from DCC. If you can help in any way, would like to join the group or…

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The Archaeology of Dartmoor and the South Hams – a talk by Win Scutt – 28th March, 7.30

The Parish Project Group has arranged a talk by Win Scutt, who is  the archaeology correspondent for BBC Radio 5 Live, and contributes a 20 minute “World Archaeology News” feature every week on the Up All Night programme. He can also be heard each Monday…

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Fox watching at South Efford Marsh!

A big thank you this week to Maya Plass and also to the Aune Conservation Association  It’s the first week of their funded project for 10 children from AG Primary School to go over to South Efford Marsh for a series of classes learning about…

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The Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow – 7th Mar

This week’s news starts with the regular meeting of the Parish Council, which was held on Monday. All the councillors were present as Chairman John Brooks got the meeting underway. The first bit of good news is that our wonderful Flood Resilience Group have been…

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