If you haven't visited our shop recently, do come. You will be pleasantly surprised. Everyone agrees that the new layout is a definite improvement.
Our new product range has proved a hit too! Good value wines from Berry Brothers and Rudd have proved very popular. Local prize-winning cheeses taste well with fresh-baked bread and tea is always improved by one of the range of home-made cakes.
If we don't yet stock what you would like, then let us know. We will try and ensure that we continue to meet your shopping needs.
Remember, we're now open for an extra six hours a week. Until 3pm Saturdays, 2pm on Sunday and now also until 7pm on Friday evenings.
Wiltshire County Council are proposing to make severe cuts to local bus services including route 36 which serves us and our neighbours.
The Salisbury Journal is supporting a petition to The County Council to try and stop them removing all subisidies for local services. You can sign it by clicking here.
There is also a paper petition at our shop that you can sign.
Parish Councillor Lucia Homer spent some time showing some of our potholes to a highways officer from Test Valley council. He explained that the council only repairs some of the potholes each month (due to financial constraints). They choose which ones to fix based on how many people complain about it.
So , you can help sort out our terrible village roads by adding your voice. Simply go to the Test valley website and let it rip by clicking here.
Some Dates for your Diary
Look out for posters round the village.
Burns Night in the Hall 28th January 2017!!!
There is always wonderful music to be heard in Farley church. Click on the banner for details of forthcoming events.
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