Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 3rd April

Keep up with all the village going on’s here.

Yoga Classes are starting again

Stephen Harding’s yoga classes have restarted in Aveton Gifford. The classes are for a maximum of 5 people in line with all the Government rules.It’s…

Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 19th June

If you are getting out and about during the Covid-19 crisis it’s interesting to know that the Ordnance Survey organisation has some good information on…

Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 12th June

            The advice about using green spaces has changed again leaving an air of confusion in its wake! Devon County  Council has sent this reminder…

Village Voice by Rosie Warrilow, 22nd May

It seems that there are some bogus emails circulating purporting to be from HMRC regarding tax refunds. These are a scam, they suggest that folk…

Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 15th May

In these difficult days we are all trying to find ways to communicate, and our churches are no exception. Rev Matthew, the Churchwardens and service…

Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 1st May

Our lovely resident Yvonne Knapman is in the throes of  knitting headbands for nurses and each one needs two buttons, which our dedicated nurses can…

Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, April 3rd

Well, even during these challenging times people are still being positive and making acts of kindness. It’s heartwarming to find a gift on your doorstep…

April Jazz Club cancelled

JAZZ AT THE FISHERMAN’SThe April performance has been cancelled altogether, but the Club is going to invite the Ben Holder Trio back again at a…

If you need food supplies from the shop

FOOD SUPPLIES FROM THE SHOPJas and Sukh will be able to supply food for people in the forthcoming weeks if they need it.Jas has suggested…

Future help with dog walking

We’re quite a big dog owning community here in AG, and for anyone who is going to have to self isolate for a while, taking…

Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 7th February

Well, Rugby’s Six Nations Championships are underway again with early results maybe not going the way we had all hoped with England’s early loss of…

Junior play park ready for use again!

THE JUNIOR PLAY PARK IS OPEN AGAIN!Peter Smith and Ed Tarr have finished the work in the play park for the time being. It’s taken…

Memorial bench for Peta

MEMORIAL BENCH FOR PETASomebody wrote to the shop committee suggesting a bench in memory of Peta. It’s had everybody’s full support, and they would like…

Junior Play Park closed this week

JUNIOR PLAY AREA ON THE VILLAGE GREEN TEMPORARY CLOSUREUnfortunately some necessary work has to be done to comply with the latest safety inspection, and it’s…

Free wood in Jubilee St car park!

FREE LOGS AND WOODThe work to clear the trees away from the Rectory Stables wall in Jubilee St car park has now been done, and…

Hedgehog habitat area on Pittens

There is a pile of old wood and leaves at the bottom of Pittens against the wall of Rectory Stables that has been there for…

Shop opening times over New Year

OPENING HOURS OVER NEW YEAR27th – 30th normal hoursNew Year’s Eve 8.30 – 1.00 pmNew Year’s Day 10.00 – 12.00 noon

Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 13th December

            Local Yoga teacher Stephen Harding has a few more classes in the village hall, starting at 7pm on Tuesday December17th . Stephen’s friendly approach has…

Services at St Andrew’s in December

St Andrews has a number of services this month leading up to Christmas. This Sunday (8th) there is a Family Communion service with Rev Matt…

Peta’s funeral

Peta’s family have arranged that her funeral will take place at St Andrew’s on Saturday 14th December at 2.30 pm.

New! Hot pasties at the shop!

You can now get hot pasties etc at the shop – ideal in this winter weather!There is also a good selection of fruit and vegetables…

The shop – an update on all the recent news

Peta’s family have now confirmed that the body found on Saturday’s search at Hope Cove is indeed Peta’s.We would all like to send our deepest…

Christmas Craft Fair – 24th November

This coming Sunday – 24th November10.30 till 4.00 at the pub.There are 10 stalls at the time of posting this here, all with varied things…

Switching on the Christmas Lights

Athenia and Mark will be hosting the annual Christmas tree lights evening this year on Saturday 7th December.For those of you who haven’t been before,…

Vigil in remembrance of Peta

There will be a vigil held at the church this Thursday at 12.30, for half an hour conducted by Rev Matthew. Everybody who would like…

Shop hours for this Sunday (17th) ONLY

The committee would like to give everyone advance notice that the shop will only be open from 0900-1100 on this Sunday (17th) and there won’t…

Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow

This weekend sees the community here  in the Parish remember the fallen of the two world wars. St Andrews church will have the Act of…

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…

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…

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…

Mobile Library visit

The Mobile Libray will be visiting on Wednesday September 25th and will be available in the hall car park from 9.30am-10.30am.

The Hive AGM

The Hive Pre school will have their AGM in the Fishermans Rest at 7.30pm on Thursday September 26th .

Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 30th August

Our own lovely lady, Helen Phillips will be offering another sound meditation in the village hall on Sunday September 8th from 7pm – 8.30pm. Come…

Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow August 3rd

            A local man is planning an epic trip next spring to raise money for Devon Air Ambulance. John Foale, a well known retired farmer…
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