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Happy New Year!
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

January 1, 2006: Hi y'all, from the team behind hatherleigh.net. We hope the xmas period was good for you and that 2006 brings you everything you wish for yourselves. Since our debut ...
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Town get frosty reception at Thorverton
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

December 28, 2005: Our frozen-fingered reporter managed - with help from Dad - to file his report of yesterday's Hatherleigh first team soccer match against league leaders Thorverton.

Ros's reputation spreads
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

December 22, 2005: A nice message has been received from Wimborne Town Mayor's Sarjant and Crier Chris Browne. He wrote: "Greetings from Wimborne. Hello, I am Town Mayor’s Serjant and Crier ...
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Town Crier Ros on Woman's Hour
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

December 20, 2005: STOP PRESS! Hatherleigh's very own Town Crier Ros Chard is being featured tomorrow (Wednesday) on the BBC 4 radio programme Woman's Hour. The programme starts at 10am and we're ...
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Tree Festival in St Johns
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

December 20, 2005: We don't know much about the background of the Christmas Tree Festival in St Johns Church but it's well worth a visit for the ingenuity and care that has gone ...
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Town drop points needlessly
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

December 17, 2005: The Reds entertained Pinhoe today and played with determination, but slipped into lethargy in the second half after taking the lead on 20 minutes. This allowed the opposition to take ...
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Christmas comes to Town
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

December 17, 2005: While most sane people are watching Strictly Come Dancing (or the X-Factor) here we are uploading pictures to the web site. Ah, well, it's a tough job but someone has ...
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Hatherleigh's Clubs and Societies and January Pump now online!
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

December 16, 2005: This site has been updated with the Clubs and Societies from the old .org site. Please check them out and get out and about, be it with the WI, ...
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A record sum ... and 'Name that Hammerer'
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

December 16, 2005: Hatherleigh Carnival achieved an impressive financial outcome, in spite of (or was because of?) all that bother beforehand. The now famous Duck Race raised enough to enable a reserve ...
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Cub Reporter makes debut
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

December 12, 2005: Peter Cooper (right) promised to send in a report about the Hatherleigh FC match against University on Saturday. He was true to his word, and his contribution arrived sooner ...
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New e-postcards uploaded
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

December 12, 2005: One popular feature of this site is our e-Postcards page, where you can send a picture of Hatherleigh to your friends or family by email. We've just uploaded two ...
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Mark breaks ankle in Cup
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

December 7, 2005: Hatherleigh FC defender Mark Tucker broke his ankle just a few minutes before the end of an exciting, though sodden, Cup match against much-fancied Crediton on Saturday. Crediton won, though ...
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Phyle's silver tongue comes up trumps for penshioners
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

December 5, 2005: Last Friday night was not to be missed at the Bridge Inn in Hatherleigh. As the annual rotary auction got to a slow start until Philip Pyle reached for his ...
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The lights go on!
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

December 1, 2005: Monday 5th is open day in Hatherleigh, when the Christmas lights are switched on and the shops stay open for a spot of late night shopping. Already shop windows are ...
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Send a postcard from Hatherleigh
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

November 29, 2005: The latest feature to be launched in this web site is e-postcards. The link can also be found down the right hand side menu. It's simple to use and it's ...
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Calling all Boles, Balsdons and Copplestones
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

November 25, 2005: We've only been alive officially for one week and yet our Forum has already received its first message. check out this long query from Darcy Martin in Canada who ...
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Another First! Pumping on-line!
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

November 24, 2005: The Parish Pump, Hatherleigh's very own newsletter, keeps getting better! Neil Price has been making it all-electronically lately - which has improved the quality and presentation - and now ...
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Cones wanted
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

November 15, 2005: We hear that about 15 traffic cones disappeared over the weekend out of the 150 that were hired from Tavistock for the Carnival. As they cost £8.50 each to ...
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Carnival Pictures on-line now
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

November 15, 2005: Due to technical problems (at the server, it turned out), we failed to get our NetCam working on Friday and gave up. However, our trusty SLRs worked fine and over ...
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Watch the Carnival on-line!
By Geoff Hodgkinson, Co-Editor

November 11, 2005: A Netcam in Tussie Mussie China Shop at the junction of Bridge Street at the High Street is now on-line. It will stay live for the duration of ...
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