Year: 2021

Aveton Gifford Miscellany by Ken Doughty – on sale now

Ken Doughty’s book of articles written for mAGpie and the Magnet is on sale here now. It’s been produced by Pat and family, with help from friends, and is being sold to raise money towards planting native hedge plants on top of the new Devon bank around the graveyard extension at St Andrews. It’s a …

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Update on Jubilee St and Playing Field sewage work

We have an update on the final work to be done for the SWW sewage pipework by contractors RM, with thanks to Joe Syndercombe, the foremanJ ubilee Street is currently under highways road closure dated until Mon 25th October We are targeting to complete all excavation trenching and drainage pipework installation by Friday of this …

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Police warning – sheds, outbuildings, yards targeted by thieves

Breaks Into Sheds Outbuildings and Yards Important Information. Over recent weeks we have noticed an increase in the number of crimes where items have been stolen from sheds, outbuildings, farms and other isolated locations.Typical items stolen range from small power tools such as gardening equipment through to trailers, quads and farm and plant machinery. In …

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 21st October

It’s Art Trail time and the event is now well underway here in the village and exhibitions in Kingsbridge and the surrounding area. Local resident Sue Lukeris exhibiting her Raku pottery work at Harbour House in Kingsbridge and another local lady Claire Williams is holding her own exhibition at her Art Space venue in Glebelands …

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 14th October

As everything starts to get back to normal post covid, it’s really nice to see the Arts Trail getting back in on the act. Last time around the village boasted an amazing 10 artists to delight everyone with their amazing and varied skills. Everything from paintings, pottery lino prints. Alas not so this time, with …

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New Campaign Calls on Communities and Countryside Visitors To Join The Fight Against Livestock Theft

A new awareness campaign is being launched to encourage residents and countryside visitors to help fight rural crime and livestock theft in Devon. Leading rural insurer NFU Mutual is joining forces with Devon & Cornwall Police to fund the Devon Livestock Initiative, in response to ongoing regular thefts of sheep in remote areas such as …

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PLEASE keep the entrance clear to the Old Rectory

Please could everybody remember that the entrance to the Rectory Lawns from the road is also the ONLY way in to the Old Rectory. Since the parking places on the grass were closed off, the day afterwards three cars parked across the entrance to what is a private drive, particularly thoughtless when there were still …

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