Monthly Archive: October 2013

Oct 30

Ashford Sports Field

The Village Hall Committee has asked for this article to be included in order to update the village on a recently received proposal concerning the present joint ownership of the village sports field. Since 1962, when the, then, two agricultural fields were acquired, the sports field has been owned jointly by two parties, neither party …

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Oct 30

Ancient Yews – protecting the Roots

Thanks so much to all of you who kindly responded to our request to try and avoid parking and driving under the canopy of the Ancient yew by the wall. This will help to support the recovery of the tree and lessen the likelihood of further damage to the roots.

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Oct 20

Village History

Brian Shingler emailed with an insight to Ashford Carbonel. Brian used to live in the village in the Old Bakery where both his father and grandfather were the village bakers. Brian has researched the Ashford Carbonel WWI veterans, their connection with the village and final resting places. Many Thanks Brian.

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Oct 15

Flicks in the Sticks are back

Welcome to the new Flicks Season! Life of Pi on Tuesday 8th October Lincoln on Tuesday 19th November Quartet on Tuesday 10th December Time 7.30pm and the bar will be open, bring friends and family! Tickets £4.00 and there’s no need to book in advance. We hope you enjoy the selection – Liz and Clare

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Oct 15

2013 Bowls Season

The last session of the 2013 season took place on 8th October on an unseasonably warm afternoon. Since the beginning of this season in April we have benefited from the decision to play on Thursday afternoons if rained off on Tuesdays. This has also given us the occasional opportunity to enjoy the famous Village Hall …

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Oct 09

Harvest Festival 2013

The church looked wonderful for Harvest festival this year with contributions from the lady flower arrangers plus a children’s window done by Claire and Hannah and children from the village. A service in church was followed by lunch in the village hall attended by about 60 villagers and which was enjoyed by all. Well done to everyone who …

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