Reminder that there are still places available on the defibrillator training course at Feniton Primary School.
Some of the children in years 3–6 are being trained during the day and the school has been able to secure an extra training session on:
Friday, 19 May at 4 p.m.
Call the school as soon as possible on 01404 850303 to get on this FREE course or register your interest in a future course.
The community defibrillator is in place … we now need as many people as possible to know how to use it.
More information here … https://susiebond.wordpress.com/2017/03/14/defibrillator-training/
Come on! There’s nothing to be squeamish about … the training is very simple!
County Council elections are due to take place this Thursday, 4 May.
It would be encouraging if we had received election literature from all the candidates, but sadly candidate apathy seems to have set in.
At our house, we have only received one election leaflet and haven’t been doorstepped by a single candidate. Comments on the Feniton Focus facebook page seem to show that it’s the same right across the area.
Recent changes to the boundaries of the county council division means that the electorate in Feniton, Buckerell and Gittisham will no longer be represented by the indefatigable Cllr Claire Wright. Instead these three villages have been incorporated into the new division of ‘Feniton & Honiton’.
The choice for those who live in ‘Feniton & Honiton’ is:
- Andrew Blackwell, Labour
- David Cox, LibDem
- Graham Smith, UKIP
- Phil Twiss, Conservative
Polling stations are open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Thursday 4 May, and the results of the poll will be known during Friday.
Following on from last year’s highly successful event, Gittisham will be hosting a weekend entitled ‘Gittisham Memories’.
The event will be taking place
On May 13 and 14, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
In Gittisham Village Hall
Refreshments are being provided, including a ploughman’s lunch.
On display will be:
- Past and present photographs capturing anything to do with Gittisham
- Quotes from dearly remembered members of the community
- Historic facts
- Slide shows of fun events and community projects
- Interviews from those who have been brought up in Gittisham
- News articles, maps and many more recordings
- Pictures and paintings
- A book to sign for all those associated with Gittisham.
Entry is free, but donations will go towards the village hall, church and funding for a village defibrillator.
For more information or if you can help to add more to our displays, contact Helen Hayman on: firstname.lastname@example.org.