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Carnival approaches
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

November 9, 2010: Tension is rising as Carnival approaches. You know something is up when mobile phones get turned off as carnivalites work into the small hours to finish floats, displays and costumes. ...
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WORLD EXCLUSIVE: Restored to Glory!
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

November 2, 2010: Yippee! We've been contacted by someone from the George Hotel and here at last is a real update. Joshua Hurter is the new Assistant Manager and he is from a ...
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November Pump
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

October 30, 2010: November Pump featuring the Carnival is here

War Memorial Ready for Remembrance Day
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

October 25, 2010: The War Memmorial is ready for Rembrance day and work on the William Morris Monument retoration is under way. Don't forget your poppy

The George wakes up!
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

October 19, 2010: The outside is looking pristine. Inside, furniture arrived last week and the interior is by all accounts looking good. Lights are on and the whole place certainly looks friendly again. ...
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Proud to be representing Hatherleigh
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

October 15, 2010: was the thoughts of the Band as they prepared to go on stage at the National Brass Band Finals at Harrogate, to play Alan Fernie’s ‘The Royal Mile Suite’. ...
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Carnival's coming!
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

October 4, 2010: Have you planned your Carnival float yet? If not, you'd better get a move on as time is running out. Here's a picture to spur you on ... it's of ...
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The Balcony goes in!
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

October 1, 2010: Another historic piece of the new George jigsaw fell into place Thursday when the front bedroom balcony went up! Alan Toogood missed the lift by minutes, but managed to get ...
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October Parish Pump now online
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

September 28, 2010: The October here .

Pastor Patrick Legg-Bagg
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

September 23, 2010: Sadly the local paster from the Vinechurch died on 15th September aged 61. After a long illness borne with such courage and openess. A thanksgiving service will be held in ...
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Tea Party!!
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

September 17, 2010: Staff and residents at the new £10 million Hatherleigh Care Village, West Devon, are hoping they won't be late for a very important date as they hold their first ever ...
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Help! Blood needed!
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

September 14, 2010: Roz Tremaine from the National Blood Service writes to say that the number of people who've signed up for donor sessions in Hatherleigh Community Centre is lower than normal. She ...
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George's open target
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

September 13, 2010: Strolling around the town over the weekend we heard that The George is due to be handed over to the new management company by mid-October. We're not sure if that ...
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Sarah is leaving Home
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

August 23, 2010: After so many years! Sarah Wrote "Farewell to Hatherleigh and G’day to Bello… that’s Bellingen NSW Australia. Well, you couldn’t expect the laconic Aussies not to have shortened its name. ...
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Rose Bowl win at Okehampton Show
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

August 15, 2010: Exbourne Sampford Courtenay and Jacobstowe Women's Institute (ESC&J WI) took the coveted Rose Bowl prize in the Women's Institute Cooperative Competition at last week's Okehampton Show. After months of planning ...
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Spot the diffences?
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

August 11, 2010: Can you remember THE GEORGE HOTEL? The day when George had no eye Brows? A challenge to all, can you spot the differences? Look at the pictures here! The Scaffolding ...
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Celebrate Life
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

August 7, 2010: Light a Candle of Hope to Remember or Celebrate the Life of a Loved One Touched by Cancer. Whether you participate at Starlight MoorWalk in person or in spirit, ...
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Remember the Tree?
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

August 5, 2010: When was it cut down? Do you remember it? The picture with the tree was taken from the copy of the Parish Magazine in 1948. The other the other week ...
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What a fantastic Festival
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

July 31, 2010: Jacqui Harrison was protruding from her pictures in the most interesting ways. Stoke on Trent to the forgotten Woolly London scenes. While the Glass Slipper of Lani Shepherd at the ...
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Lost at Centre
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

July 26, 2010: Hatherleigh Hollywood Hopeful Eliza Squire (that's her far left) will be co-starring at the Community Centre next Sunday 1st August in an updated Shakespearean comedy being presented outdoors in the ...
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