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Cannings Village Shop - new
website launched! - at allcannningsshop.co.uk
Cannings First Responders - Thank
You! (pdf file)
Cannings Flower & Produce Show open to the public from
2pm - anyone wishing to enter can obtain a schedule and entry form(s)
from the village shop, entries need to be in by Friday 21st.
For any other information about this show or the Garden Club,
please contact Richard Moss on 860 922.
Cannings First Responders - Supporting
the Community (pdf file)
Cannings First Responders - Thank
you table tennis club (pdf file)
Singing around the village - weather permitting! From 7pm,
starting outside the Village Hall - dress warmly and bring a lantern or
torch! in aid of Save the Children.
5.30-7pm at All Cannings School. Christmas Market
of the Ocelot - All Cannings rock band performing at Azuza,
Cannings First Responders - Volunteers
Working Hard (pdf file)
(Friday - Sunday)
2pm to Sunday 4pm. Flower festival
and exhibition of local art with Friends
of All Saints Church. Teddy Bears' Picnic
Saturday afternoon. Saturday Evening 'Bring-Your-Own' picnic in
the church grounds followed by a Soiree of Light Music in the church.
Pet Service Sunday afternoon and fairground attractions.
Arms - 5th Birthday celebration! Join Ginny & Richard
To celebrate 5 years at The Kings Arms, All Cannings & to open the recently refurbished bar.
click here for more details (pdf file)
Strawberry Fayre at Woodborough Garden Centre.
11am to 4pm. Punch and Judy, Ferret Racing, Merry go Round, Peter Vaughan
cookery demonstration and mountains of strawberries to pick. Click
here for a link to the Garden Centre
top sale and cake stall in the village hall starting 2pm with
Friends of All Saints Church. To book a table £5 in the garden and
£7 in the hall, please contact Belinda on 860348 or Peter on 862925.
pamper evening "Tip to Toe" in the village hall.
With make up and fashion demonstrations and a chance to try both. A ladies
social evening with nibbles and a glass of wine. Limited numbers, please
book a place with Belinda on 860348.
Cricket! Off to a good start to the
season - why not pop down to the ground one day when there's a game on!?
Please click here
to read about our sponsors!
Cheese and wine with Friends of All
Saints Church. Starting at 7.30 in the village hall followed by the AGM
at approx 8pm. Everyone welcome.
Day Celebrations at the Kings' Arms - Bank Holiday Monday -
with Tug of War, Dog Show, Face Painting, Spit Roast and more... Click
here for more details (word doc) and
Hog Roast menu (pdf)
Lunches in the Village hall - 11am - 2pm, in aid of First Responders
- click here for more details
An Evening of Music, Dance and Comedy. 7pm at the Village School Hall, with local talent including Freya, No Ties, Dharma Bums, Conscious Unconscious (formerly LiquidMetal) and more! £3.50 or £1 for U16s. Raffle, supper snacks, bar... Brought to you by Annie Cooper, All Cannings Community Store and First Responders.
Dear All - On behalf of All Cannings and Villages Neighbourhood First Responders, we would like to thank the Community, the Bands, Ann Cooper and the Shop for your valid donations and support during the Saturday night "Rural Command Performance" at the All Cannings School. The night was excellent with support from all the bands and comedy sketches. The raffle donations turned over a value of £100, which is excellent!!
The donation will go to our trust fund held the Wiltshire St. John Ambulance for the purchase of a New First Responder Emergency kit and 5x new all season winter jackets, which we are raising money for. This money also helps with supplies, training and logistics for the scheme.
thank you for your support for this worth while community scheme!
of Action - 8th March!
All Cannings First Responders - Serving the Community (pdf file)
All Cannings and
Villages Neighbourhood First Responders are still here supporting you
and your community!
We are now operating with five members and two fully functional emergency
kits covering Bishop Cannings, All Cannings, Chirton and Woodborough
areas. With the support and direction from the Wiltshire St. John Ambulance
Service and the Wiltshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust, we are trained
and equipped to support your community in specific emergency situations.
Do you have some time to help us with fundraising?
|February 22nd & 29th:||All
Cannings rocker Pete Cooper's band, No Ties -
on the radio!
"Our new CD The Dark Highway gets airtime on legendary music station, Radio Caroline. Check out Tim Charles Magic Carpet Ride Show Friday 22nd February and Friday 29th February at midnight. If you like great rock and blues this is the show for you."
|February & beyond:||
Dates for your
diary, at the Kings Arms - more details to follow...
Chi? Anne Cooper is thinking of starting Tai Chi classes
in the village, possibly on either Monday or Wednesday evening. If you
would like to know more abour this very ancient form of excercise, combined
with meditation, (no, it's not a type of fragrant tea!) please ring
her on 860174.
Burns' Night at the Kings Arms: click here to see the menu (pdf file)
For those of you
unfamiliar with the event... Robbie Burns was a Scottish Poet. Every
year, as the Kings Arms has a Scottish Chef, he likes to do a Burns'
night menu. There'll be a Piper and other relevant entertainment...
|4th Jan 2008:||
Pickwick's Christmas. By Charles Dickens, starting at 7.30pm.
|New Year 2008:||After
the indulgences of Christmas and the new year, the Friends of All Saints'
thought that perhaps people might like to lose some unwanted pounds, so
they are organising a sponsored slim,
which will last for a month, starting on Sunday, January 6. Forms and
all the details necessary will be available at various places in the village
from December 6.
|New Year 2008:||The
panto team are in the process of rehearsing for Robin Hood,
which is going to be performed in Alton Barnes village hall on March 7
and 8. They are in particular looking for help
with the sound equipment, a very responsible job, but ideal
for someone who understands the technology. They have also put out an
appeal for any handy people who would like to assist in set building.
If you would like to know more, or can help in any way, please call Anne
Cooper on 01380 860174
Saints' Church - services over the Christmas period are as
* Sunday, December 23 there will be carols by candelight in the decorated church at 6.30pm. This is usually a very popular service so come early to guarantee a good seat.
* On Christmas Eve there are two services, a Christingle and Crib service at 3pm for the children mainly, but adults are of course very welcome, and at 11.30pm there will be a midnight mass.
* This is followed on Christmas Day with festive communion at 10am.
* On Sunday, December 30 there will be a united benefice service in All Saints at 10am when both the other churches will be joining the regular congregation in a joint service.
|15th Dec 2007:|| Christmas
Tradional Wreath Workshop - Jenny Bills of Floral
Focus is taking a workshop at the Village Hall on Saturday 15th December
at 2pm. All materials, and refreshments supplied. Cost £35. (1 place
left). There will possibly be another workshop on the afternoon of Sunday
16th December to accommodate those who want to come and can't make it
on the Saturday.
|Dec 2007:|| Kings
Arms wins Gold Medal in Perfect Pint Awards! - Richard &
Ginny at the Kings Arms were thrilled to receive
the Gold Medal in the Wadworth's Perfect Pint Awards, presented by Charles
Bartholomew, the Chairman of Wadworth's. Richard & Jinny have been
running the pub since June 2003 and have really hit the ground running,
winning this award against stiff local competition. Many congratulations!
|10th Nov 2007:||
All Cannings-based rock band LiquidMetal are supporting Out of the Blue at 'The Wiltshire Wobbler' at The Bouverie Hall on North Street, Pewsey. This celebration of real ale born and bred in Wiltshire is in aid of the local Marie Curie Cancer Care Charity from 7 - 11pm and is for over 18s only!
Tickets are £6
each, and only available in advance from The Coopers Arms, Pewsey, Woottons
of Pewsey in North Street and Three Castles Brewery on the Salisbury
Road industrial estate, Pewsey. Or call Sam or Gord on (01672) 564533
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
|3rd Nov 2007:||
Night - The pre-school bonfire is being held in the pub field
this Saturday. Everyone is hoping for a lovely dry evening it enjoy
the usual wonderful firework display. The gates open at 6pm and tickets
are available then; adults £ 3.50; children £ 1.50; families
£ 10. This is a very important fundraising event for the pre-school.
As ever, there is plenty of food and drink available to purchase, as
well as the convenience of the nearby hostelry.
|2nd Nov 2007:||
club dinner - click here to
see who won what!.
Cannings First Responders - ticking
along - in need of volunteers (pdf file)
Club Newsletter - latest edition! Please
|27th August 2007:||Bank
Holiday Hog Roast - at the Kings Arms, All Cannings: more
details (pdf file)
|23rd July 2007:||Salsa
Night - at the Kings Arms, All Cannings: more
details (pdf file)
|14th July 2007:||
anyone know of a cottage in or near All Cannings which might
be available to hire from 27th July to 3rd
August? If you can help, please click
here to email Sue
|7th July 2007:||Cricket
Club new pavilion - Working party &
BBQ this Saturday! more details
|7th/8th July 2007:||
Plans are well in
advance for the Open Gardens weekend
on July 7 and 8, which is being organised by the Friends of All Saints'.
A good number of villagers have happily agreed to open their gardens,
as well as have some sort of fundraising stall, or activity in their
gardens to make the whole weekend a good experience, all helping to
raise much needed funds for the church fabric. The Saturday will enable
visitors to view the gardens in All Cannings, and then on the Sunday,
Allington will be putting on a good show. If there is anyone, in addition
to those who have already agreed, who would like to open their garden,
could they please contact Peter Griffin on (01380) 862925, Belinda Mead
on 860348, or Hilary Antrobus on 860669
|25th June 2007:||The
Kings Arms, Mid-Summer BBQ - 7pm - 9pm
In the beer garden with a delicious choice of food and a bonfire starting at dusk.
Please click here for more details (PDF file)
|23rd June 2007:||The
South-West Chilli Championship Cook-Off - tasting from 3pm
Come and taste a wide variety of chillis - or prove you can cook one! Click here for more details
|23rd June 2007:||School
Summer Fete - 10am - 2pm
Stalls, BBQ, refreshments, Bouncy castle, face-painting, pony rides and lots lots more!
|16th June 2007:||Celebrate
the start of the PYO strawberry season at Woodborough Garden Centre -
11am to 4pm.
Rural craft exhibitors, local food produce, Punch and Judy, Moonraker Morris dancing, a roving magician and Victorian merry go round are amongst the entertainments this year. An abundance of PYO fruit and vegetables all through the summer - ring us 01672 851249 or check the website www.woodboroughgardencentre.co.uk for details of what's available when.
|15th June 2007:||Village
Shop AGM Supper & Boules evening - 6.30pm.
All Cannings Community Store Association AGM at the Village Hall, followed by supper & boules with renowned local chef Gavin Moss of 'Moveable Feasts'. Supper tickets £5 per person, wine for sale - Hurry, only 50 tickets available, buy them from the shop now! Everyone welcome.
|3rd June 2007:||LiquidMetal
performing at mini-MFest in Market Lavington
All Cannings young band performing with other Wiltshire artists: Robert Bowden (a SonyBMG artist), Rhiannon Lambert (Winner Classic FM Life & Uploaded competition 2007), SP!TE (finalists South Coast Idol). At St. Barnabus School, Market Lavington, 4.30pm, adults £3, children £1, BBQ available. Click here for a poster (pdf).
|27th May 2007:||'Kids'
Stuff' table top sale, 10.30am-12.30pm - at All Cannings Primary
School to raise money for the pre-school. To reserve your table, or for
more information, call Caroline now on: 01380 860514. Click
here for more details
|21st May 2007:||Cricket
Club Newsletter - latest edition! Please
Saints' Church - needs additional funds and/or regular donations!
Please contact Shirley Ball on 860 700 for more information on how you
could help keep the church going.
|6th May 2007:||Sarsen
Trail - All Cannings welcomes the walkers along the Sarsen
Trail (and runners of the Neolithic Marathon!) from Avebury to Stonehenge
- organised each year by the Wiltshire
|5th May 2007:||Girls
cricket session, 11am - All Cannings Cricket Club wants to
encourage more girls to play cricket.
How about coming to a taster session on Saturday 5th May from 11.00 - 12.00 at the ground, where you will get a chance to learn some skills and have a game in an all-girls (age 7+) coaching session. (No previous cricket experience necessary.) At the end of the session you will have an opportunity to see a team of women players who will be playing at All Cannings that afternoon.
The Club has run coaching for local youngsters for over 10 years and is planning to run mixed training sessions from May. We have 4 qualified coaches. It also hopes to link in with the girls cricket league being coordinated across Wiltshire.
If you require further information contact Sally Osborne (860 860) and please tell any girls you think might be interested!
|27th April 2007:|
|19th March 2007:||
Club Newsletter - latest edition! Please
Cannings First Responders - we
need your support! (pdf file)
|17th Feb 2007:||Jumble
Sale - Etchilhampton will be holding one of their regular sales
in their village hall on Saturday, February 17 at
2pm. They would welcome any donations of jumble or white elephant goods, but no food, thank you. These may
be left in the hall on Friday or Saturday. They would particularly welcome anyone who is able to come along and help beforehand. For further information, please contact Sue Cowdry on (01380) 860336.
- Does anyone have any of those old fashioned three figure logarithm
tables tucked away somewhere? A maths teacher in a very poor part of
west Uganda is struggling to teach the children with only ten copies
amongst a class of fifty children. If you are able to help, please contact
Mr and Mrs Chadwick on (01380) 721489. They welcome any offers.
|3rd Feb 2007:||
Exhibition in the village organised by The Friends of All
Cannings Church in the afternoon with tea
Bad King John and Mr Punch - in the Village Hall, 4pm - brought to you by The Friends of All Cannings Church - tickets £4 children/£5 adults - available from the Village Shop, *limited numbers!*
A wonderful puppet
show based on the AA Milne poem. Tea will be served after the show.
of promises: Kate and Tid would like to thank everyone who
supported this so generously on Thursday - either with a promise or by
buying one - the result was tremendous and they are really grateful for
the interest everyone has shown. The proceeds will go a long way to supporting
their charity work with Raleigh International in Costa Rica! Thankyou.
Cannings First Responders - supporting
the community for one year! (pdf file)
|30th Nov 2006:||
celebratory party for the Community Store is being held in
the village hall at 7pm. The whole
commmunity, particularly shareholders and volunteers are welcome as
the shop has been open for a whole year. They will be brought up to
date with the trading position, as well as being introduced to Christmas
promotions in the shop.
Table top sale - at the Village Hall, 2-5pm - organised by The Friends of All Cannings Church - entrance 50p
Tea & Coffee
and Cake stall - limited number of tables available for £10 each
- bric-a-brac wanted! - please contact Peter on 862 925
Club Dinner and Presentation (& disco) - at the school,
7.30pm get your tickets from Andrew Saye now! See
here for more details
2007 All Cannings Calendar - available now - the proceeds will go to All Saints Church. The calendar shows local scenes going through the year and is priced at £5.50 each or two for £10. The calenders are available from All Cannings Community Store or by calling Peter Griffin on 01380 862925. Two of the photos are shown here:
||Fireworks at The King's Arms - 6pm - support All Cannings Pre-School!|
||Cricket Club Newsletter - latest edition! Please click here|
Hall - An appeal for new blood to rescue the declining number
of members of the hall committee, as both the chairman, Isobel Lane, and
the treasurer, Cynthia Luffman are retiring after many years of loyal
service. Many thanks to them for all their time and effort.
The AGM is to be held on Wednesday, October 18 at 8pm in the village hall. Hopefully there will be a good attendance because, with no committee, the village could lose the use of the hall. So please do come and be counted!
||Tickets are going well for the harvest supper at 7.30pm in the village hall. They are available for £6 at the village community store, or from 'Friends of All Saints' committee members, whose names and telephone numbers are listed on the various posters around the village. Numbers are limited because of the size of the hall, so hurry and get your tickets to avoid disappointment. *update* - just under £300 was raised over a wonderful evening - especial thanks to Belinda and John, Hilary and Les, Peter and Sheila and Simon Chadwick and his accordion!|
|9th Oct 2006:||Salisbury Cathedral Boys Choir in Concert at All Saints' Church, All Cannings. Tickets £5 each (limited number) to include a glass of wine. Available from Brian Ball (Tel:01380-860700) or from the All Cannings Community Store. Proceeds going to All Saints' Church. Any queries contact Peter Griffin 862925.|
|Sept 2006:||All Cannings First Responders - update notice|
|29th Sept 2006:||World's Biggest Coffee Morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support at Bridge House, All Cannings, 10am - 1pm. There will be a home-made cake and produce stall and a raffle so please come along, bring a friend and let's beat last year's total! I hope to see you there - Best wishes, Sally Osborne|
|9th Sept 2006:||The Great Cycle Ride in aid of your local church and the Wiltshire Historic Churches Trust. Just get on your bikes and visit as many (or as few) churches in Wiltshire as you choose. Sponsor forms and details available from Judith Gay, Tel. 860336|
|2nd Sept 2006:||
All Cannings Saturday league cricket team finish 4th and should gain promotion! Congratulations to all involved. Click here for a comment from the captain.
|2nd Sept 2006:||
M Festival in Market Lavington - All Cannings teenagers LiquidMetal and Freya B two of 13 musical acts competing in the final of this talent competition being judged by Kevin Godley of 10CC and others.
*update* - LiquidMetal were joint runners up and top band on the day
|28th Aug 2006:||
Cricket Club 6-a-side competition - all welcome! 8 teams battle it out to win the coveted 'Ball on a Piece of Wood' prize. BBQ and refreshments + raffle to (nearly) round off a successful season. Come along to your village cricket ground and count the sixes!
*update* - an amazing day saw over 2300 runs scored and much fun had by all. The competition was won by Charlie Moss's team who beat Andy Legg's team in a final just before darkness fell!
|August 2006:||Best Kept Village: All Cannings deserves to pat itself on the back as they have come second in this very prestigious competition for a medium sized village in Wiltshire. They were awarded 96 points, only losing by one point to Lea. This competition is run by the Campaign to Protect Rural England and the chairman of the Kennet Group, Dr John Kirkman, will be making a presentation of a certificate at some future date to the parish council, as well as a cheque. For further details of the various categories and how the village did in the competition, anyone may contact Jim Scott, parish clerk on (01380) 860 255|
|29th July 2006:||All Cannings rock band LiquidMetal are teaming up with other young local bands for a RockFest at Alton Barnes Coronation Hall for 11-16 yr-olds. Starting at 7.30pm, tickets are only £1.50, including a donation to charity. Drinks & snacks - no alcohol. This is the first of what is hoped may be a series of events designed to bring together young teenagers from the different villages around the Vale to play and listen to live music.|
|July 2006:||The very long awaited new postbox is now installed outside the village hall. Congratulations go to those on the committee who pursued this project with the Post Office.|
|14th July 2006:||The Street was filled with runners, walkers and cyclists all participating in the Sports relief mile. Most seemed to be wearing only one red sock, and it was explained that when they completed the course and returned to school, they would be presented with the matching sock. It was great to see so much activity in the centre of the village with all generations taking part. The afternoon was finished off by the school holding games of rounders and a barbecue. :) *Report in the Gazette & Herald*|
|9th July 2006:||Pupils from All Cannings School, many of whom also play for the cricket club, represented Kennet District and reached the final of the Wiltshire Youth Games cricket competition in Bath, despite often coming up against older players. Many congratulations to all concerned - even greater things to come no doubt.|
|July 2006:||Best Kept Village competition: Congratulations to everyone in the village who conscientiously picks up rubbish and keeps the front of their houses tidy, because All Cannings has just won the medium village category of the Kennet District round of the best kept village competition. The village received considerable praise in all the categories and we will now go through to the county round. Judging for this will be taking place at any time in the next week or so; in fact it might have already happened. So keep up the good work and we might have a good chance of winning the county competition this year!|
2nd July 2006:
A flower festival
will be held in All Saints church on the theme Wonders
of Wiltshire. Fri 30th June 2-6pm, Sat 1st July
10am-6pm and Sun 2nd July 11am-6pm. Refreshments available. Lunches
also served at the Kings Arms.
*Stop press* The
Friends of All Saints' were extremely thrilled to hear that the weekend
event raised the amazing sum of nearly £1000. All the residents
who were involved in
|17th June 2006:||
11am to 4pm Strawberry
Fayre at Woodborough
Peter Vaughan from The Healthy Life and Bistro in Devizes will demonstrate delicious recipes for you to try at home, and Devizes Samba Band and Kennet Vale Band will provide music and drum beats to liven up your senses. There's also a fabulous Hog Roast and Strawberry Cream Teas will be available from the Coffee Shop.
Together with a bouncy castle, an authentic Victorian merry-go-round and ponies to ride, well have some spectacular birds of prey, rare breeds and unusual reptiles. A treasure hunt and a roving magician will be on offer, as well as plenty of other activities to keep the kids amused.
|7th May 2006:||All Cannings's own LiquidMetal in U18 Battle of the Bands at Moles in Bath - doors open 2.30pm. Get in!!|
|May 2006:||Aerobics classes in Alton Barnes - lose those pounds for the summer!|
|30th April 2006:||Sarsen trail: The annual walk from Avebury to Stonehenge organised by Wiltshire Wildlife was, as usual, very well supported. All Cannings is the only village the participants pass through on their long hike, and it was good to see so many keen walkers and runners continuing to flow down The Street for a good part of the day on such a lovely day. The community store, the village hall and the cricket club all benefited from hungry, thirsty, friendly and happy people as they arrived!|
|29th April 2006:||Gladiators! All Cannings's finest take on Swindon United Churches in first cricket match of the season - come and support your menfolk and have a cup of tea too - at the cricket pitch from 2pm.|
|April 2006:||Cricket Club - April Newsletter|
|1st April 2006:||The pre-school will be holding their annual easter egg hunt in the garden of Rose Cottage from 10am to 12pm. As well as hunting for eggs, children will be able to have their faces painted, take part in games, as well as buy raffle tickets and enjoy refreshments. This is a very popular event in the calendar!|
|March 2006:||All Cannings First Responders - update notice - good progress!|
|26th March 2006:||All Cannings Cricket Club EGM to vote on a new constitution. 7pm in the Kings Arms.|
|24th March 2006:||All Cannings Pre School will be welcoming buyers to their cake and daffodil sale in the school at the end of the school day.|
- Hansel & Gretel ...in Wonderland - at the Alton Barnes Coronation
of All Cannings Church - A small committee has been formed under the chairmanship
of Peter Griffin to look into ways of raising funds for the maintenance
of the lovely, grade II listed church. If anyone would like to be involved
in this worthwhile
committee, Peter would like to hear from them on 01380 862925
|Feb 2006:||The church bellringers were recently awarded the Norman Knee Trophy; this is given by the local society of bellringers to the band which gave the most improved performance in the annual striking competition. They were thrilled to receive the trophy, and are hoping they can do even better in the next competition!|
|Feb 2006:||There will be a marvellous opportunity to browse - and hopefully buy - books at the fair which is being held in All Cannings School hall from 22 to 24 February. If a child has a £1 world book day token, these can be used as part payment.|
|18th Feb 2006:||Jumble sale at Etchilhampton village hall, 2.30pm. If you are able to assist in any way, or require further information, please ring Sue Cowdry on 01380 860336|
|3rd Feb 2006:||Quiz night at 8pm at All Cannings School. Tables of 4 for just £8. Come and pit your wits against other parents and residents, and raise funds for the school too!|
|Jan 2006:||Congratulations to Richard and Ginny at the King's Arms for all their hard work, which has paid off with a Silver award for the perfect pint competition run by Wadworths for all their pubs.|
|Jan 2006:||Village Hall Committee: a whitebeam tree has been purchased in memory of Mick Hunt, who was a very active committee member, and will be planted in the grounds when the weather improves! A proper post box is finally due to be installed outside the village hall to replace the temporary one.|
|14th Jan 2006:||Launch party for the Shop and First Responders at All Cannings School - All welcome!|
|Dec 2005:||All Cannings Community Store opens|
|Nov 2005:||All Cannings Cricket Club AGM, new committee voted in - minutes available|
|Oct 2005:||New shop arrives! Many hands make light work...|
|Oct 2005:||All Cannings Emergency First Responders - Going Live!|
|Sept 2005:||Twenty20 Rock BBQ at the cricket ground - 18th Sept|
|Sept 2005:||All Cannings Emergency First Responders - update|
|July 2005:||Wigglybus - extra Sunday Shuttle Service (24th July - 4th Sept) along the Kennet & Avon Canal - Lines 55 (Devizes & Bradford on Avon) & 66 (Pewsey & Great Bedwyn) both come to All Cannings - call 01380 860 100 for information.|
|21st July 2005:||Proposed new All Cannings Store wins planning approval|
|July 2005:||All Cannings Cricket Club to merge with Urchfont? - EGM 18th August|
|June 2005:||All Cannings Store update|
|18th June 2005:||Summer Fete at All Cannings School Field, 9am|
|6th May 2005:||General election result for our constuituency. Click here for details on BBC site|
|April 2005:||New cricket season underway - fixtures updated on website|
|March 2005:||Emergency responders scheme|
|Feb 2005:||Green Light for All Cannings Village Store|