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Coffee morning for Diabetes UK – January 23rd

On January 23rd, 10.30 – 12.00, in the hall, Jane Mann will be putting on a coffee morning to raise money for Diabetes UK’s research into Type 1 Diabetes. This is an auto-immune disease where the body doesn’t produce its own insulin – it’s also…

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Coffee morning for poppy appeal – Saturday, November 7th

Saturday November 7th, at 10.30, Fisherman’s Rest. Maggie Skeates will be holding a coffee morning in the pub to raise money for this annual appeal. If you feel you could help in any way, have things you could donate for raffle prizes, or to sell,…

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Mittens – keep your hands warm for a good cause!

Yvonne Knapman is very kindly knitting Fingerless Mittens to help with the raising fund for the Village Shop stockroom. They are made by Yvonne and we are selling them in the shop for £6 a pair. They will make great presents, or keep your own…

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Macmillan Cancer Support coffee morning – Friday 26th, 11.00 – 1.00

The Fisherman’s Rest is hosting a coffee morning to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. This wonderful charity offers care for patients and support for their families during extremely worrying and critical times. Macmillan is also one of the organisations which keeps our local Triangle Centre…

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Foxhole Garden – open to the public – Sunday 20th July, 12.00 to 5.00

An invitation to this beautiful garden which is rarely open to the public is extended to everyone from Aveton Gifford. It is a beautiful, well tended, secluded cottage and woodland garden on the hillside at Easton; there is a wide variety of plants to see, and benches around the…

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Not the London Marathon

There are three ‘young’ (and I do use the word advisedly) ladies from the Aveton Gifford WI who have entered ‘the Midnight Walk’ to help raise funds for St Luke’s Hospice. This event takes place in Plymouth on Saturday 19th July. They are all genuine bus…

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Reality Shock: The need for a Community Defibrillator

Written by Sue Herbert (Registered Nurse) The Parish Council, together with the Fisherman’s Rest and the Parish Project Group, is in the process of raising funds to purchase a community defibrillator that will be publicly accessible for anyone to use. Automatic external defibrillators (AEDs) are…

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