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  1. Aug

    1. Gittisham Flower & Produce show
      2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

      A full schedule of classes will be distributed later but meanwhile, to enable gardeners to prepare, the
      vegetable and flower classes are:

      1. 3 White Potatoes 11. 6 Po ds Broad Beans
      2. 3 Coloured Potatoes
      12. 6 Pods of peas
      3. 1 Cabbage (any variety)
      13. Pair of cucumbers
      4. 1 Lettuce (any variety)
      14. 5 Tomatoes
      5. 5 Spring Onions
      15. 3 Courgettes under 6”
      6. 5 Onion Sets
      16. 6 Runner Beans
      7. 6 Shallots
      17. 2 Parsnips
      8. 6 sprays of parsley
      18. 3 Sticks of Rhubarb
      9. 3 Beetroot
      19. 4 Different culinary herbs (not parsley) in a jar
      10. 3 Carrots (any variety)
      20. The longest runner beans
      25. 6 Stems Sweet Peas
      21. Any foliage plant (pot not exceeding 8”)
      26. 4 Stems different cut flowers
      22. Vase of 5 Pansies
      27. 1 Specimen Rose
      23. 1 Spike Gladioli
      28. A flower arrangement in a container from the kitchen
      24. 3 Dahlias

      Entries are welcome from those who reside in the Parish of Gittisham, including of course Gittisham Vale.
      Entries are also welcome from those who no longer live in the village but have previously done so and
      continue to actively support the village.
      If you require any further information or are willing to help with the organisation, please contact Angie
      Hutchings 01404 45101 /

      2:00 pm
      Gittisham Flower & Produce show
  2. Sep

    1. Parish Council meeting
      7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
      7:30 pm
      Parish Council meeting
  3. Sep

    1. Plant Sale 8th September
      10:00 am – 2:00 pm

      Plant Sale Saturday 8th September in aid of the Gittisham Vale & Heathfield defibrillator.

      10am-2pm at Bartlett’s Farm Shop.  

      Hayne Lane, Gittisham EX14 3PD

      Refreshments and produce will be available from the farm shop as usual.

      10:00 am
      Plant Sale 8th September
  4. Sep

    1. Pop-up restaurant
      7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

      Following on from the success of his last pop-up restaurant, experienced professional chef Pierre Graeber is running another food evening in Gittisham village hall.

      The theme on this occasion will be cocoa and chocolate, in all its guises, both savoury and sweet.

      The meal costs £20pp (children under 12 £10) 7.30pm start.  Bring your own drinks.  Booking essential, as numbers are limited.  Tel. 07545 214940 / 01404 851442 or email

      7:30 pm
      Pop-up restaurant
  5. Oct

    1. Parish Council meeting
      7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
      7:30 pm
      Parish Council meeting
  6. Oct

    1. Cakes and bakes
      10:30 am – 12:00 pm

      Cake and coffee morning in the village hall in aid of Asthma UK, run by Rose (10). 

      Feniton Primary School has asked all children in Year 6 to take part in the Torbay & Devon Civic Award.  The children are encouraged to take the lead and keep it achievable and enjoyable for themselves.

      To achieve the award pupils have to prove their participation in five main areas. These are:

      • Active Citizenship in their school community This could be Peer Mediation, Learning and Peer Mentors, Reading Buddies, School Councillors or other positions of trust and responsibility in school.
      • Active Citizenship in their home communities . In the past, pupils have taken part in environmental and beach cleans, bulb planting, helping at Brownies /Cubs/sports clubs and looking after people in the community. Pupils may also work with others to organise events in school to support local charities. An active hobby(ies)  and A non-active hobby (ies)Children should spend about 30 minutes on average  a week on their hobbies and one of them needs to be new to the child from September 2009.
      • Residential experience and adventure trainingThis entails sleeping away from home and taking part in outdoor challenges.
      • Children also need to adopt a cause or charity which they feel strongly about. They need to research it and find ways of supporting it. Over the years children have adopted a range of charities including Animals In Distress, Rowcroft, Cancer Research, Bristol Children’s Hospital and Help for Heroes. Many were inspired to support these because of events in their own lives and have various sales and sponsored events to raise money for their chosen charities.

      Rose has therefore decided to adopt Asthma UK as the charity with which she has a personal connection.

      Please come along and purchase some delicious cakes and bakes.

      10:30 am
      Cakes and bakes
  7. Nov

    1. Parish Council meeting
      7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
      7:30 pm
      Parish Council meeting
  8. Nov

    1. WWI Tea Party
      4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
      The Parish Council is organising a Remembrance Sunday event on the afternoon of 11/11 and wants to mark the occasion of 100 years since the end of World War 1.
      The event will start at 4pm in the village hall and will include an afternoon tea, sing-along, poetry and film night (Private Peaceful).
      This will be an event for all ages and will include residents who were alive in World War 1 and World War 2, right through to the youngest children, who want to be part of this special occasion.
      4:00 pm
      WWI Tea Party
  9. Dec

    1. Parish Council meeting
      7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
      7:30 pm
      Parish Council meeting
  10. Dec

    1. Candlelight Carol Service
      7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

      Refreshments available.  No morning service on 16th.

      7:30 pm
      Candlelight Carol Service
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