In 2013 the Footscray-Yarraville City Band discovered, in their store room, a WW1 bass drum which had been out of use and stored since the 1960’s. On the inside of this drum were found six inscriptions written by WW1 soldiers. The inscriptions indicate the drum was used at the Australian training camps at Fovant and…

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There will be an International Cricket match on the Alexander Memorial Field on Saturday 17th June. HSVCC versus the Australian High Commission Team, Australia House.  Start time 11.00am. Why not support your local team, bring a picnic and a few beers. If you bring a BBQ please protect the grass and dispose of hot remnants…

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Walk and talk in good company. All ages welcome. 1030 hrs start at Sutton Veny Church and 1230 ish finish. Fun for all the family !

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2018 is the 150th anniversary of the consecration of Sutton Veny Church, dedicated to St John the Evangelist.  A number of events will be held to mark the anniversary, the first of which is a concert by the girls and men of Salisbury Cathedral Choir on Monday 5 March 2018, a date which I invite…

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ALL THINGS CAROLS AND CHRISTMAS IN SUTTON VENY Saturday 2nd December at 10.30am – Christmas Fayre in SV Hall 5pm – Carols on the Green and Blessing of the Tree Sunday 3rd December at 10am – Family Service and lighting of the first Advent Candle. Sunday 17th December at 6pm – Carols and Readings. Tuesday…

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5 pm Saturday 2nd December – Christmas Carols around the Christmas Tree on Sutton Veny Green. Gluhwein will be available and for the first time – mince pies as well ! All are welcome.    

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Sutton Veny A History

The Sutton Veny History Group are proud to announce that their book ‘Sutton Veny – A History’ was launched on Saturday 25th November 2017 at 6 pm in the Village Hall in the company of Dr Andrew Murrison MP. A copy of the book can be ordered through this web site here – Sutton Veny…

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Sheep Killed in Sutton Veny

Tim White who has sheep in a field by the old site of Horses First Racing says that an ewe has been killed by a dog. Please do keep dogs under control and if you see a dog worrying sheep in the area then please ring the police.

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