Monthly archive for January2018

Tidal Road Clean-up – March 4th – a date for your diaries

A message from the Aune Conservation Association – For various reasons the New Year’s Day Tidal Road Clear-up didn’t take place as usual this year, so an alternative has been arranged by the ACA – Sunday 4th March at 2.00pm, to coincide with Low Water….

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A farewell message from Charlene

Charlene has decided to leave her job at the shop, and sent this message to be posted up on the AG Facebook page. However, as many people don’t “do” Facebook, it’s posted here as well so that the farewell message reaches everyone; “To all the…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 26th January

Our new Vicar has now been installed at a wonderful service in St George last Wednesday. One notable absentee was unfortunatley Bishop Nick of Plymouth,who was taken ill. In his absence the Arch-Deacon of Totnes  Douglas Detmer did a wonderful job of deputising on very…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 19th January

A.G. Resident Pippa is off on her travels once again, this time to Italy. Pippa is part of  a team representing Great Britain in the annual Dolomites Snow Festival, where teams from all over Europe compete to make sculptures from the snow. The competition takes…

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NO SERVICE AT ST ANDREW’S ON SUNDAY (21st)

There will be no service in St Andrews this Sunday as there will be a Team Service in St George’s,  Modbury, starting at 10.30am.

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 12th January

It’s nice to start with some good news this week! Two cocker spaniels that went missing over the Christmas holiday have now been reunited with their owners, who would like to thank everyone for the help that was received in recovering the dogs. The animals…

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