Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 15th June

This week lets start with some news about our cricketers, no not England, they lost to Scotland, can you believe it? Well done to the Tartan Army though, good play!! Better luck during the summer England! No, its A.G’s valiant white army that we are talking about this week. They have been working hard to secure some fixtures for this summer and I have some  good news for the fans of our boys. They will have played the Entertainers by the time this is  published, and the next game after that is an away game versus Yealmpton, on Tuesday 26th June, starting at 6pm . Our boys are working hard to find fixtures, which is becoming more difficult as most of the smaller clubs are finding it hard to make up teams. They generally share players these days, and I’m sure they would appreciate some support if people can manage to get to the fixtures. I will be traveling on the 26th, if anyone would like a lift, please contact me on the above number. The next Sunday match will be on Sunday July 8th at Prawle, starting at 2pm .

A reminder that the draft Neighbourhood Plan is now on display  in and around our village. There are copies at the village shop, church and the Fishermans Rest for people to look at. Any feedback will be most welcome and as this document represents the future development of our community, I would strongly recommend reading it. Folk can respond on the forms enclosed with the draft, or on the village website there is a special link for the plan. All feedback will be taken on board by the steering group, and will have an impact on the finished plan. There will be a further consultation day when the plan will be discussed, and also for the proposed new hall, dates will be published later on.

There has been reports of a dog attack on the tidal road over the last few days. A pair of French Bulldogs attacked a whippet causing serious injuries to the little whippet. The owner also seems to have been a tad aggressive too in response to the attack. The message being, approach both with care; the whippet has serious wounds to her leg and puncture wounds to her body! Hope she is recovering well.

Yoga is now back on the menu at the village hall after the half term break. Stephen Harding will be holding his classes in the hall at 7pm on a Tuesday evening, and everyone is welcome to join in the classes. The classes are designed to help with concentration, relaxation, and to help with building fitness; more information can be found by ringing Stephen on 01548-550612, or on his website yogawithstephenharding.co.uk.

St Andrews will have a Common Worship/Morning Prayer service this Sunday, starting at 11am, refreshments will be served at the end of the service.

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