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This is the certificate of audit completion for the financial year ending 31 March 2017
The outline of Parish Council major areas of expenditure for 2016-17 is attached. This has been posted on behalf of the Parish Clerk.
The annual FiggleFest will be held on 2nd July from 4pm till late on Figheldean Playing Field.

See the attached flyer for more details.

The MoD's monthly newsletter about military exercise activity, live firing and non-firing schedule.

Latest issue: May 2016

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Avon Valley Cricket Club had its first cricket match of the 2013 season against local rivals Marden on Sunday 19 May.
Every Saturday during term time, football fever is arriving at Enford FC!

Skills, drills, games and activities for children, bring your mates and have fun!

Villagers from Ablington and Figheldean are invited to join the excavation team at Ablington (Barrow Clump) on Sunday 15th July.

If you are interested in learning about this very important archaeological site and if you would like to take part in the dig, please make you own way to the site from 10am.

For more details, please contact Jackie Dryden on 07880510785, or email jackiedryden@live.co.uk

Operation Nightingale and Wessex Archaeology started to excavate the 4000-year-old Bronze Age Barrow Clump site last week (18th June 2012).

The multi-period site has evidence for earlier Neolithic occupation and later Anglo-Saxon burials. This scheduled site is of national importance.

Unfortunately the barrow is on the English Heritage ‘Heritage at Risk’ (HAR) list. It is in poor and declining condition threatened by continued and extensive burrowing by badgers.

English Heritage has recently advised full excavation of the site as it can no longer be preserved in situ.

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