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Farewell and Good Luck
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

December 12, 2017: Sadly we have to say a very sad Farewell to Ruth our Vicar for the last 10plus years. She has brought joy to weddings, consoled us through funerals and celebrated ...
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December Pump now online
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

November 19, 2017: The December 2017 Pump now online Here Ruby Market happens in Hatherleigh WATCH THIS SPACE

Fox Halt Farm by Celia Moore
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

November 18, 2017:

Celia Moore Writes "MY NOVEL Fox Halt Farm has a backdrop of Dartmoor and the fictional farm is just outside Okehampton... In reality LUXTONS FARM SHOP (near Mole Avon in Okehampton) ...
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Hatherleigh Market
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

November 16, 2017: Minutes from the Market meeting on 6th November Here

NO 10 comes to Hatherleigh
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

November 14, 2017: NO 10, Theresa May? NO it is Gwen! Bringing Beauty and hair to Hatherleigh. The Hair Studio closes and No 10 opens. Will the same happen with the Market? All ...
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Carnival Pictures On-line
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

November 12, 2017:

Our picture shows the Rob and Dave Philharmonic Orchestra entertaining Carnival crowds on Friday evening. CLICK THE PIC, or JUMP HERE for images of ...
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Once-in-a-Decade Barrels
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

November 10, 2017: Carnival is here, starting tonight at 8pm when the kids of the town pull the tar barrels up to the top of Market Street. There ...
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Meeth History Snippets
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

November 5, 2017: In 1850 Meeth is described as being a Parish in the Hundred of Shebbear with a population of 314. It had 2170 acres of Dunland soil upon a subsoil ...
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HIT AND RUN, Help Needed
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

November 2, 2017: On Friday 27th October, at around 5.10pm a young student from Denmark was hit off her bike on the main road going from the junction from North Tawton to Jacobstowe. ...
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The Biggest Set of Tar Barrels since ...
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

October 23, 2017: The Carnival (on November 11th) is fast approaching and all around you can hear the sounds of floats being built and dances being perfected. Yesterday ...
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Thoughts from the Mayor on the Market Development
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

October 16, 2017: Undertaking the role of mayor is an odd situation I find myself in but alas as Chair of the Town Council one I have no choice ...
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Meeth Snippets
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

October 11, 2017: Peter Halsted reported History Snippets From the Meeth Vestry meetings. (These annual meeting of church and parish members were held until Parish Meetings commenced in 1894. The Parish Council did not come into ...
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Hatherleigh Spaces Questionaire
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

October 11, 2017: Hatherleigh Spaces Questionaire now online on the local pages, also here. If you are interested in getting involved in the project please email Patrick Kimber. Also he is ...
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Police Commisioners Report
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

September 23, 2017:

Alison Hernandez' monthly report brings you news and updates from your Police and Crime Commissioner Here

Mayor's reply re-potboilers below
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

September 11, 2017: Clare Tyson, Mayor of Hatherleigh Writes
Dear Potboilers,
In light of the letter last month which hailed criticism on the Hatherleigh Moor Management Committee (HMMC) I would like to state ...
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Songwriting Duo Publishes Latest Song
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

September 9, 2017:

The latest song from Hatherleigh's songwriting partnership Love Rice is now online HERE. Called "Bring Your Love", it features singer ...
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"The Craft Room" by Dave NOT the CAT
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

August 29, 2017:

As I am on Holiday, to keep me quiet my wife bought me a book, as she was generous to a point, she let me read it on her ...
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Good News for Potboilers
By Don Cudmore

August 23, 2017: Good News for Hatherleigh Potboilers
Following a refusal by Hatherleigh Moor Management Committee (HMMC) in February 2016 to supply a list of Qualifying Potboilers addresses ...
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Cups Galore at Gardeners Show
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

August 21, 2017:

The Gardening Club held their 22nd Flower and Produce Show on Saturday and we were invited to judge the photography competition. 6 categories were on ...
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Meeth History Snippets
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

August 7, 2017: Meeth History Snippets The Domesday Book 1086/1087 gives these place names:-Meda; Meeth, Estochelia;Stockleigh Barton, Hiwis;Huish, Torilande;Gt. Torrington, Adrelie, Hatherleigh, Ochementone;Okehampton In 1259 the Rector is named as Vilbert de Wiltone. In 1349 ...
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