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Play Park Opening
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

May 13, 2010: On Saturday 1st May at 2.30pm the townsfolk of Hatherleigh made their way to Island Park for the official opening of the park. The children waited eagerly whilst Play Park ...
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Well Done Paul!!
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

May 10, 2010: Paul Harris has achieved the Fellowship to the Rotary, the highest award possible for a Rotary to award for outstanding service to the community. Well Done. The picture shows from ...
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Oliver sails for £10,000
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

May 3, 2010: David Weeks wrote: "14 year old Oliver Hancox from Jacobstowe is attempting to become the youngest person to sail single-handed across the English Channel. The 115 mile crossing from Plymouth ...
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'Best Kept Secret' sings in May
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

April 29, 2010: One of Britain’s Best Kept musical secrets – at least according to Rolling Stone magazine - is performing locally for Beaford Arts next month. North Devon-based singer/songwriter Peter Bruntnell will ...
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New Head
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

April 28, 2010: The Governors of Exbourne Church of England Primary School are delighted to announce that they have appointed Mrs Julie Luckhurst as the new head teacher. She will take up the ...
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Become a Queen?
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

April 27, 2010: Hatherleigh Carnival are looking for candidates to be the 2010 Carnival Queen. Candidates must be over 12 years old. You will receive a grant to help towards costs. For more ...
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First Third Thursday Blues at The Bridge
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

April 24, 2010: It was standing room only at the Bridge Inn Hatherleigh for the first "Third Thursday" music event organised by Josie Lloyd, pictured here, Hatherleighs own Ragtime/blues player. The Monkey ...
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Krystyna announces her presence!
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

April 20, 2010: Krystyna Says "Sorry Mum! Thank you Mum, Rev Ruth, and Dad, Paul. It is great to be here and seeing my big brother Brendon. Many of you will already know that ...
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Awards Night in Hatherleigh
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

April 19, 2010: Hatherleigh's first ever Community Awards evening took place on Friday 16th April in the Community Centre. The scheme was devised by Mayor Malcolm Jacobs and his Town Council colleagues. Seven ...
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Global Evening
By Clare Tyson

April 18, 2010: Sally Horden writes "On entering the marquee, a glass of wine and various nibbles greeted guests arriving for a gourmet evening of food from around the world. ...
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50 Years of Weeks
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

April 16, 2010: Jane Stewart writes: "You know when Spring is on its way when Dave and Margaret Weeks appear at Exbourne front doors collecting their Cancer Research UK envelopes. What ...
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Our Devon Councillor James Mcinnes writes his 2010 report
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

April 12, 2010:

Devon County Council net Budget for 2010/11 is £843 million, of which £374 million is ring-fenced for education. Council Tax will rise 1.98%. Key investments include: - Children ...
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George Lease on Line
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

April 9, 2010: Details of the lease for the new George are online at Fleuret's here. (Enter 'Hatherleigh' once you reach the page and log on after that). It's described as a ...
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Ruby Country gets down to Business
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

April 6, 2010: The Ruby Country Partnership, representing the area between Dartmoor, Exmoor and Bodmin Moor, including Holsworthy and Hatherleigh, is holding an Open Day and Networking Event on Thursday 22 April 2010 ...
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Easter Flowers
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

April 4, 2010: The Flower Ladies put on a wonderful display of flowers in the Church for Easter judge for yourself here

Local Residents in Uproar
By Clare Tyson

April 1, 2010: According to local rumours Meade has been found underneath the George in the tunnel between the Hotel and White Hart House. The George Hotel will now not open until at least ...
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Calling all Leaders!!
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

April 1, 2010: Leader Required? Whilst watching an item on the news the other day, I noticed that a "Community Spokesman" or "Leader" was interviewed to give a comment and an opinion on how ...
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Success for the Silver Band
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

March 31, 2010: The West of England Regional contest on March 13th 2010 was once again a massive day for the Band. Competing against 19 other bands at the English Riviera Centre in ...
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Palm Sunday in Exbourne
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

March 29, 2010: The Venerable John Rawlings, Archdeacon of Totnes and Professor Michael Winter were outside the Red Lion bringing together the Congregation for the procession from The Red Lion to St Mary's ...
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The Phoenix rises ...
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

March 22, 2010: This week saw the first views of The New George rising above the hoardings that have kept the site hidden for the past 15 months. Appropriately, the date this image ...
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