Monthly archive for April2019

Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 19th April

This coming weekend the Deer Wood Trust will be having an open weekend starting tomorrow Saturday 20th April., to walk through the woods to enjoy this most beautiful time of year. The start attraction will be, of course, the most lovely display of bluebells, a…

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New lines at the shop

NEW LINES NOW AT THE SHOPwe now have a new supplier of bread- Salcombe Bakery. We are still using Hallets Bakery for every day bread but you can now order Salcombe Bakery Bread- every day. We have tastings of their bread for the next couple…

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£200 raised for St Lukes!

“Belated news but we raised a FANTASTIC £220 for St Luke’s Hospice on Saturday 30th March at our Coffee Morning. Our lovely ladies- Janet, Jenny and Maggie manned the tea, coffee, squash and cake sales and did a fab job. Big thanks to them. The…

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Calling all parents of children who use the play areas in the village

CALLING ALL PARENTS – PLAY PARK MEETINGThursday 25th April, at 7.30 in the downstairs room at the pub.Following the recent mAGpie article, all parents and other interested adults are cordially invited to come to the pub to discuss the play park, its maintenance and any…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 13th April

It seems that there is good and bad news concerning the childrens play areas in our parish. The little play park at Icy Park has been around for many years and now needs some refurbishment. The good news is that as it’s owned by SHDC,…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 6th April

Oh dear there seems to be a crisis for our Parish Council at the moment. There are now three vacancies to be filled and now only six councillors remain  for our community. Anyone who is interested please contact parish clerk Peter Javes on peter[email protected]                                                               The…

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