What a weekend we have all just had here in A.G.! The church and village Fete was a great success with people coming from all over the South Hams area to enjoy the atmosphere of the day. The childrens entertainer kept the little ones happy with lovely dance music and making balloon animals and playing games and even some magic tricks! The owls came too, six beautiful owls, all different sorts, some larger and some smaller, all beautiful and well cared for, just fancinating to see them . The pets corner had some beautiful bottle fed lambs and the stall holders were kept really busy serving the enthusiastic crowds. This years Fete was opened by Mrs Lolly Parker, rumoured to be A.G’s oldest resident, no I’m not putting a figure on it, but shes a lovely lady of whom we are very proud! The Hog Roast was a new addition this year and proved to be very popular, and tickets for the Grand Draw sold well too.There were some lovely cakes and cups of tea in the hall, a nice spot to relax and get refreshed. All this and a lovely wedding in St Andrews too, the Bride and Groom arrived safely but where were the bridesmaids? A nervous moment as the car couldn’t find the way to the church!! All was well in the end and the happy couple and their guests left for their reception, a story there for the future!
This week is Parish Council meeting week and this will be held in the village hall on Thursday 6th of July starting at 7.30pm. All are welcome to attend and many local issues will be discussed. There are vacancies on the council if there are any interested parties, why not come to the meeting and see what goes on.
The W.I will meet next week on Thursday July 13th at 7.30pm in the village hall. The business of the meeting will take place before the talk , which this month is about the Childrens Hospice. Henrietta Olson will be giving the talk and guests are welcome at about 8pm. There will be refreshments after the talk, The ladies would also be pleased to welcome any new members, so why not come along and sample this interesting evening.
St Andrews church will be having a Sunday Worship service starting at the usual time of 11am this Sunday which will be led by Reader Joyce Howitt.