Monthly archive for April2018

New book – Jocelyn Ponting, A Memoir – on sale now

The Project Group has just published this lovely memoir of Jocelyn Ponting, with her own articles in the mAGpie, and some memories of her and also of Grove Park from other contributors. All profits will go towards the shop maintenance fund – from the very…

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New village tennis co-ordinator needed by 1st June!

 NEW VILLAGE TENNIS CO-ORDINATOR NEEDED BY 1st JUNE!! After 6 years running AG Tennis John Harcus is standing down on 1st June and the village needs to find someone to look after tennis from then. The role involves managing membership, court bookings and maintenance of…

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We start this week with a plea from little Titch the chihuahua and her owner who are new to A.G. They would like to go walkies with a  new friend  or two, to get to know some local people in the parish. Can you help…

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Burglars about again – be warned

Last night (25th) someone was seen snooping around in a garden up at Pulley’s Close – this is where a lot of stuff was stolen last summer. In the last 18 months burglars have made off with a lot of assorted things from houses, cars and…

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Bottle Banks moved to new site

The 2 recycling banks beside the tidal road exit from Timbers car park have been moved up to the entrance to Wakeham Lane – the bit of old road at the top of the road down from the bypass. The parish council had arranged that the contractors would let…

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Recycling plastic and glass bottles and jars – Keep your tops on!

Keep your tops on! What do you do with lids, tops and caps? If you find yourself asking “Are they recyclable?”,     “Which bin do they go in?” and “Am I doing it right?” then read on. These common questions now have a simple answer –…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 20th April

The ladies of the WI met last week in the village hall, and amongst the topics discussed was last month’s coffee morning; the amazing sum of £104 was raised for club funds. Thanks were said for all those who helped organise the event. This month…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 13th April

The Deer Wood Trust’s  contributions to our mAGgie  magazine has proved very popular and the trust will have a Bluebell open weekend at the end of this month, when members of the public will be able to go and visit these beautiful flowers when they…

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A date for your diaries – Flower, veg and craft show, August 11th.

The date for this year’s show is AUGUST 11th – there are classes for all ages and interests, and is open to everyone. Plenty of time to get your exhibits planned and ready for the day, so put the date in your diary, and enter…

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Thank you – a message to you all from Dinah

THANK YOU – A MESSAGE FROM DINAH “I would like to say a big thank you to everybody who has supported the shop and me for the last five years. I hope that everybody continues shopping there – the range is huge and everybody in…

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