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Eustace Crawley wishes to thank the very many people who have sent cards and letters of sympathy after the sad death of Anne. These are greatly appreciated by Eustace and the family. He will try to write personally to all those who have written but feels the best way to
The prolonged dry period really took it’s toll on our grass, and the paddocks looked more like desserts than fields of grass! however , now we are back to our normal British weather we have grass thank goodness, and the horses are happy again. It doesn’t seem possible we’re more
A lost tabby cat has been sheltering in some outbuildings about 1 mile outside Chippenham since Saturday evening 11th June. Do you know anyone who has lost a cat? Contact Telephone 07714 235386
The memorial service for Anne Crawley will be at St Margarets on 1 July at 11.30 am.
The Devil’s Dyke Morris Men will be dancing at the Tharp Arms in Chippenham on Thursday 7th July 2011 at 19:45. We would be delighted to see as many villagers there as can be, to support this ancient English tradition. The Devil’s Dyke Morris Men have been entertaining people in
We have had an exciting couple of months here at the Coach House. The show season is now under way, and the girls started the season well by winning three separate classes at the first show! My young horse Nelson, made his jumping debut and finished sixth in his class
This Sunday, “Daffodil Sunday” at Chippenham Park, Linda, who is Honorary Commander to USAF 727th Squadron, has invited them along for an afternoon in the Village. After meeting at the Coach House they are having a tour of the Church, and then all coming along to the Park, by kind invitation of
Several people have expressed an interest in the riding school activities, so I thought I would write a short article about us. You may remember I have previously written articles about my race pony “Gemini” and Jack Quinlan. Gemini is still going strong, and has been a hunt horse for
Isleham Pre-School have been offered the chance to raise extra funds for the development of their outside area, by Waitrose in Newmarket. Everytime you shop in Waitrose you are given a green token which you put in one of the three ‘community matters’ bins. These are situated near the exit.