Monthly Archives: May 2012

Thursday 31st May

I forgot to mention that Sparky came in yesterday.  Weighing in at 1.662Kilos. After 37 years as a GP in Bampton, DR Mew retired today. He spent the afternoon in the Community Hall where he spent time with his friends, … Continue reading

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NO COLD CALLERS

NO COLD CALLERS

Martin Lewis has produced these signs. If you want one and/or learn how to stop unwanted phone calls and mail look at this link http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/phones/no-more-junk#coldcallers

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Monday 28th May

‘Bampton Big Plant’ happened today. During the afternoon Cove Nursery delivered the hanging baskets and plants for the tubs and boxes in the town. In addition the nursery and the Fruit ‘n Veg shop were selling plants to the people of … Continue reading

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Saturday 26th May

Saturday 26th May

The charity plant sale took place in the sunshine in Brook Street. It raised £310 for the Devon Air Ambulance.
I sold a bithday card today that had a handwritten price of 65p on it. I think it must have been on the card rack since we took over the shop more than 9 years ago.

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Friday 25th May

Ian, Olympic Torchbearer fame, came in today and said he had a tremendous day on Monday. He said that the day flashed by, having started by meeting in Appledore (I think!) at 7:30am, the torchbearers were mini-bussed (is that a … Continue reading

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Thursday 24th May

What a busy weekend it is going to be around Bampton this weekend. The Post Office door and outside wall is plastered with posters on a wide range of events taking place over the next few weeks. This weekend you … Continue reading

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Wednesday 23rd May

It was nice and warm this morning, even surpassing the magic 16 degrees very early in the day. The magic number being the temperature when we allow the door to be left open to let in fresh air rather than … Continue reading

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