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Diamond couple's double celebration

AS BRITAIN marked the 60th anniversary of VE Day on Sunday, one Bapchild couple had double cause for celebration.

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Village Clean Up

As with previous years, the village clean up day, organised by the Parish Council was hugely successful.

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Bapchild WI News

The Speaker Dr. Roy Edney was unable to attend the July Meeting and his place was ably filled by Yvonne Ward whose talk was entitled " Over the pond and Down Under".

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Home education

The weather may have caught everybody surprise yesterday, but it at least provided some entertainment for the children who were sent home from school.

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Calor Awards Luncheon

Today I attended the Calor Village of the Year finals at the Millennium Hotel in Mayfair, London in which we were up against seven others counties in the Southern and South East England region for a chance to win the regional ICT Award.

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Thank you Richard

After 15 years loyal service as chairman of Bapchild Parish Council, Richard Bush has sadly tendered his resignation. This has arisen in the main part due to an increased workload, and he no longer felt able to offer the same level of commitment that he deemed necessary for the role.

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We're a year old

Today, the 6th November marks our first birthday. The site launched at the Bapchild village information evening last year has seen a good steady rate of growth and has gone on to win the Information Technology Award in the Calor Kent Village of the Year 2004 competition

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Bapchild road closures

Kent County Council has issued a public notice of their intension close several roads in Bapchild during April...

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Indulgence & craft day

About 100 women came to Bapchild Village Hall, on Saturday, 28 February, to try a variety of treatments, including holistic massage, eyebrow waxing, palm reading and coloured hair extensions.

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Fred Arnold says a final farewell

Fred Arnold says farewell after an amazing 22 years as our village postman, during which time he not only became a familiar face around the village, he became part of village life itself.

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