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Sheepwash Ladies Skittles If you missed our two open evenings, but are interested in playing skittles, please just get in touch.


Our League matches have begun, so if you are passing the Village Hall on a Thursday evening when it’s a home match, you should hear the sound of skittles falling (hopefully, being knocked down by our teams!)


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Sheepwash Snooker Club


Perhaps those of you who have recently moved into the village are unaware that we have one of the best full-size snooker tables in North Devon.


The Snooker Room is situated at the rear of the Village Hall. The club needs more members so that the facility is used more regularly. The table is always available for use, and in the winter we enter two teams in the local snooker league.


If you would like more details, or even better would like to come and have a game, contact the Secretary, Charles Inniss, on 01409 231237 or e-mail charles.inniss@btinternet.com.


Members practice every Sunday evening, so why not come along and join us. We look forward to seeing you! Charles Inniss


Making Money From Used Stamps


Even in this electronic era of emails and texts, we all still receive letters, many of which have stamps on the envelope. These stamps are still valuable, even though you can’t re-use them to post another letter – philatelists all over the world are keen to collect them.


There is a box in the community shop where you can deposit your used stamps. All stamps deposited there will help raise funds for Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research.


So please save all your used stamps, and drop them into the box next time you’re in the shop. All contributions will be very gratefully received, and this simple act can achieve a lot of good!


Torridge Reflections A memoir by Charles Inniss


Although primarily about the Torridge River and the Half Moon, the book also recalls the many village characters and visitors to the inn who have enriched Charles’s life, creating so much fun and laughter. It is factual, historical, and above all, anecdotal.


Any profit from the book sales will be given to fishery and local causes, such as the community shop and the Village Hall.


If you would like a copy of the book, please contact Charles on 231237


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