Monthly archive for October2019

Don’t forget the Art Space this week!

Here is an invitation from Claire Williams, who is hosting one of the venues for the Arts Trail in her home at Glebelands Sandra Litchfield (Pewter Artist) & I (Land and seascape documentations) are just starting the second and final week of this year’s Art…

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Arts Trail – don’t forget to visit Sue Luker!

Sue has been working hard to produce a new body of work this year, and her display of ceramics is well worth a visit. You’ll find details of her opening times and directions to the venue in one of the SHAF brochures – she is…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 18th October

Last Sunday the congregation of St Andrews Church, along with a few visitors celebrated the harvest tide in style. The Harvest Communion service was led by Rev Matt Rowland and the church choir was very much part of proceedings as they sang the Psalm. The…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 11th October

If there is one good thing about the approaching winter time it must be that it’s also Soup and Puds season too. This year’s regular intake of delicious home-made soups and scrummy puds starts tomorrow in the village hall from 12.30pm -2pm. Our hard-working lady…

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Arts Trail in AG – our talented artists

THE ARTS TRAIL IN AG – SIX OF THE BEST!This year’s SHAF Art’s Trail runs from 12th OCTOBER to 27th OCTOBERNot to be missed are the six hugely talented artists exhibiting in Aveton Gifford, four in the Fishermans Rest and two at Art Space, Glebelands….

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New times – Winter weekend opening hours at the shop

WINTER WEEKEND OPENING HOURS ARE CHANGING SOONPeta will be going back to winter hours at the weekend from November 2nd;Saturday – 8.30 until 1.00Sunday – 8.30 until 11.00

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 4th October

The Aveton Gifford Film Festival will be held tomorrow at 7.30 pm in the village hall. There will be teas and coffees available but the word is feel free to bring your own alcohol. This event really does help to fire the imagination and gives…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 27th September

Our Community Pool has closed for the winter season over the last weekend. In spite of the recent warm weather the water temperature has struggled to meet the minimum of 21 degrees c. The pool has been very well used this summer with lots of…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 20th September

It does seem that there is a rise in the amount of litter around our parish. It’s up to all of us to ensure that our area is kept clean, so if you see litter on the ground, why not pick it up and place…

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