Month: September 2015

WaterShed Project application forms

The next presentation by WaterShed representatives will be held in the village hall this coming Tuesday afternoon from 2.00 pm until 6.30 pm. If you are interested in participating the application form can be downloaded here; WaterShed – grant application form WaterShed grant application , page 2 WaterShed grant application , FAQ’s

Advance notice of the Art, Craft and Food Fair – Sat, November 21st

Jan Sorrell and Meg Brett are organising this fair for all locally produced produce and crafts or gifts. Exhibitors are invited to book a whole table for £10 or half a table top for £5. Further details will be available nearer the time, but if you have home made food-stuffs, or hand made gifts or …

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The new Aveton Gifford calendar is now for sale in the shop

THE AVETON GIFFORD CALENDAR 2016 IS NOW AVAILABLE IN THE SHOP The stunning photographs are a beautiful record of the village and parish of Aveton Gifford to hang on your wall and make an ideal present. Price £6.50 Cash or Cheque made payable to:- The Aveton Gifford Village Shop Association Limited The funds raised by the sales …

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request for prizes, tombola etc – Tall Ships Charity day, October 3rd

The annual Tall Ships Charity Day  is going to be held on October 3rd this year, This popular charity does valuable work with young people, offering them opportunities for challenges and personal development through sailing on ocean-going sail training vessels. If you can offer any contributions for the tombola stall Athenia and Mark would be …

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrilow – 18th September

Unfortunately, two of the main events, the dog show and the Presidents Cricket match had to be cancelled due to adverse weather reports this week. The W.I however did have their monthly meeting in the Village Hall. President Mary Hodder called the meeting to order and the ladies heard the usual business of the meeting. …

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