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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 24th January

Unfortunately, our junior play park has had to be closed for a few days to allow some work to be done on it to comply with the latest safety inspection. Its turned out to be a larger job than expected hence the closure, the work…

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For those of you who haven’t been to the shop recently – hot lunches and lots of new lines

Now that there is a hot cabinet in the shop there is always a selection of hot pasties, sausage rolls and pies, or their vegetarian or vegan alternatives, and also a selection of sandwiches and other lunchtime meals.Jaz and Sukh have also been able to…

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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 to get another picnic bench, similar to the one that is already in the garden at the shop. It would…

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Photographic competition to help the village hall

This was sent to Peter Javes, and he wonders if anyone would be interested in taking part? I am writing to ask for a little assistance with a non-commercial initiative to support rural parish and village halls. With ‘Village Halls Week 2020’ (20-26 January) almost…

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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 turned out to be a bigger job than first thought. For safety reasons this junior play area will have to…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 17th January

Firstly apologies for not having a report last week but I had fallen foul of the AG flu bug that has been sweeping our community at the moment. Thanks to everyone for their best wishes and commiserations to all sufferers!.                                                                              Our lovely friend Helen…

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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 the tree surgeons have left logs and wood beside the wall for parishioners to help themselves.

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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 some time now.When the tree surgeons were here last week to tidy up the rest of the area beside it…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 3rd January 2020

Happy New Year to everyone, I hope the festive season was very enjoyable for everyone. The Parish Council is still trying to contact the owner of an old trailer left in the Jubilee Car park. The trailer is rather old and has been left for…

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Last call to claim a trailer left in Jubilee St car park

The trees along the Rectory Stables garden are going to be cleared, (many are dead and diseased, and one recently naarrowly missed a car parked beside it) and the area there will be tidied up – this should give much more space for parking Owners…

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