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Devon County Councillor

Barry Parsons
01409 211234

Torridge District Council

 01237 428700

Devon County Council

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Devon & Cornwall Police



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Medical Centre

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Lloyds- Holsworthy
01409 253461

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Western Power

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Moving Home
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St Andrew's Church 

Services each month:

First Sunday-10am Morning Prayer
Second Sunday - 9am Holy Communion
Third Sunday - 10am Family Service
Fourth Sunday 10am- Sung Eucharist

Services for Palm Sunday, Holy and Easter , Rogation Sunday, Pentecost, Harvest, Remembrance and Christmas- please see Church Notice Board 

Church Fundraising and Dates for your Diary 2019

23rd February - Big Breakfast (joint event with Hall) 10am-12.30pm.

2nd March- Pancake Coffee Morning in Church 10.30am-12.00 noon

31st March- Mothering Sunday Service ( with Posies for Mums)

20th April- Easter Sunday Rally- Bacon Baps & Cake- served at Hillside (very early)

6th July- Cider & Sizzle Walk- 4pm from Middledown- walk and BBQ 

15th September - Harvest Lunch

30th November- St. Andrews Day- Soup & Pud Lunch - in Church

8th December- Community Christmas Lunch 

22nd December - Carol Service - 7.30pm 

Full details of all these events (and any extras) will appear on the Notice Boards

100th Anniversary of the end of the Great War

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On the 11th November 2018 after the remembrance ceremony at St. Andrews Church, a commemorative bench was dedicated. The purchase of the bench was made possible by grants that were received from ‘Invest in Devon’ with the help and approval of Devon County Councillor Barry Parsons, and from the locality budget of the late Councillor Ken Carroll.

The bench is sited at the side of the Memorial hall, with beautiful views across the valley, it is hoped that the bench will be there for the benefit of future generations to rest a while. and never to forget those that gave up their lives.

A very moving eulogy was presented by Lt. Col (retired) Simon Price-Thomas who was a medic in the armed forces and served all over the world.

The dedication and prayers were led by Scilla Edwards.


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