Monthly archive for April2017

Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 28th April

This week has been so lovely, and as I am writing this, no sign of the promised cold weather! So, it’s into the garden we go, and tonight St Andrew’s Plant sale and coffee evening will take place in the village hall starting at 7pm….

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Film Fest tickets now on sale

Aveton Gifford Film Fest tickets on sale now from the village shop – £4 adults, £1 children, filmers free. All the top talent in film from round about, plus byo and sense of fun. #agfilmfest

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AG Film Fest – last entries May 1st

Calling all you amateur film makers – get your entries in soon. The closing date is May 1st!

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Updated info – pool opening soon!

Peter Smith and Tim Abrahall have now completed all the various cleaning & preparation work at the pool – it’s been cleaned, the automatic dosing system checked & working correctly, the side paving slabs have been cleaned & grouting repairs completed . The pool temperature…

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Local burglary – can you help?

During the night of the 25/6th two houses at the old mill at Tree Corner (Lolly Parker and the Davis-Berrys) were broken into, and some of their things including money was taken by the burglars. Also missing was Lindy Davis Berry’s silver Mazda, but that…

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Don’t forget the plant sale – this Friday (28th)

Friday 28th at 7pm, the annual St Andrew’s Plant Sale in the hall. Lots of plants on offer and it’s always a popular event, with other stalls and produce including home made cakes for sale, and refreshments as well. Come along and see what’s there…

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An invitation to all parishioners – the annual parish meeting May 8th

Come along on May 8th at 7.30 to the village hall to hear what ‘s going on with all our village clubs, and from all the organisations that represent us. Refreshments will be offered during the evening (free), including a glass of wine.

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Kayak paddle – lost or taken – help please

A double ended kayak paddle was left by the slipway at Timbers car park very briefly and when the owner came back for it nit had disappeared. If anyone picked it up being helpful, or saw it being taken away could they get in touch…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 21st April

I have to start this week’s news with an apology, last week I said that the date for the Annual Meeting was the 1st of May, well its not, it’s the 8th, oops! The ordinary Parish Council meeting will take place beforehand at 6.30pm, the…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 14th April

The weather has been simply glorious this week and I would like to extend a welcome to the many visitors we have in our Parish at the moment. With the weather so nice, it is time to think about gardens and gardening once again. Our…

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