Month: October 2014

Village Voice by Rosie Warrilow – 31st October

The staff and pupils of  our school have been very busy recently, engaging in a number of different activities and enjoying non uniform days. In the outdoor learning area and under the guidence of Pete Moore, the youngsters have enjoyed creating an African Garden, and on a messy maths day have cooked Gruffalo Crumble and …

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Notice of shop AGM – Friday 14th November at 7.0 pm

VILLAGE SHOP AGM The required two weeks notice is being given that the Annual General Meeting of the Aveton Gifford Village Shop Association Ltd will be held  on Friday 14th November at 7.0 pm in the village hall. The agenda is as follows: 1. To receive the unaudited accounts and balance sheet for the financial year ended …

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Heartstart training – a date for the diary, 27th November

Now that we have our own brand new defibrillator (it’s on the outside wall of the Fisherman’s Rest for anyone who hasn’t seen it there) we are offered a Heartstart training session to know what to do in an emergency. An evening’s course has been arranged on Thursday 27th November, in the village hall. The …

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Monkey – a half term puppet show – Thursday 30th at 4.0 pm, Bigbury Village Hall

PUPPETCRAFT PRESENTS MONKEY – A puppet show for all the family. (perfect for ages 4+) Villages in Action is presenting this show at Bigbury Memorial Hall on Thursday 30th October at 4.0pm, and it is an event that is open to all Aveton Gifford residents as well. “The adventures of a comical fantastical superhero”.  It …

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrilow – 10th October

It’s hard to believe that another week has flown by already, and that we are now well into October. The weather has certainly got into the spirit of Autumn this week with storms, gale-force winds and rain. This has caused a momentary headache for the Flood Resilience group with some villagers performing impromptu drain clearing …

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