Sam Cole will shortly be moving to Dartington, so we would all like to wish her good luck and many thanks. She will be much missed, and Dinah has asked for the following message to be posted up here; Permanent Part Time Saturday person required to help in the Village Shop. No experience required as […]
After last week’s exciting wedding, we are concentrating on events in the village this week. The Aveton Gifford Church and village Fete will take place next weekend on July 9th, with all the usual fun and frolics that go with it! Our fete is still very traditional with stalls including White Elephant, tombola, coconut shy
What a busy week we have had in A.G! St Andrew’s intrepid flower ladies were at it again, this time preparing floral displays for a wedding. On Saturday the weather was indeed kind to our Bride, Amy and although it was overcast the rain kept off for the day. The scene was set for a
The next parish council meeting will be held on Monday 11th July instead of the 4th. It will be in the hall as usual, and at the usual time of 7.30 pm.
This week we start off with a bit of a mystery! The Project Group during last summer planted some new shrubs by the stream, a couple of hydrangeas, a couple of pieris, and a couple of others. The sad thing is that they have been damaged, either by accident or by another means and are
Earlier this spring the parish council was given the date for another Bantham Swoosh. The date had already been set by the Outdoor Swimming Society and many of the other arrangements had also been set in place without any prior discussion with either the parish or district council. The OSS also intends to make this
CALLING ALL OUR PHOTOGRAPHERS! Our Photographic Competition for the best photos of the parish for our 2017 calendar ends at the end of the month, so please do look out your entries, or rush out with your camera and take some stunning shots of our parish! At the moment no entries have been handed in
Shaun Taylor stars with bat, but AGCC lose by 30 runs. Batting first Prawle made heavy work of AGCC bowling quintet and at 63 for 7 an early tea was in prospect, only for the home side to get away and post 130 at the close of 35 overs, with six bowlers going for fifty
This is the away match v. Prawle this Sunday at 2.00 pm AGCC team selected to play this Sunday: Shephard (Capt’) Dickey, Reynolds, Farley, Taylor, Warren, McMullan, Ponting, Redstone, Cox…meet Fisherman’s Rest Car Park 12-45 pm please. Next Match:… Thursday June 9th T20 v Yealmpton at home 6pm
All profits from the day will go to the village shop maintenance fund, and it is the biggest fundraiser of the year for our shop, so please tell all your friends, and come along to join in!