FremingtonA Selection of News Articles Related to Fremington

  • 1 Will Others Want The Same?

    When Barnstaple Rural District Council decided to spend over £8,000 on the provision of a playing field at Fremington

  • 2 A delightful blue wedding dress

    17 August 1937

  • 3 Top show animal

    3 September 1971

  • 4 2p A Pint Extra Bid By New Member

    If Mr Wallace Day, of Lower Yelland Farm, Fremington, who scored a sensational victory

  • Will Others Want The Same?

    When Barnstaple Rural District Council decided to spend over £8,000 on the provision of a playing field at Fremington

    Will Others Want The Same? - 23rd March 1967

    £8000 To Be Spent On Playing Field At Fremington

    When Barnstaple Rural District Council decided to spend over £8,000 on the provision of a playing field at Fremington, several members expressed the view that this might lead to other parish councils expecting the Rural Council to provide playing fields for their locality.
    After a lengthy discussion in committee the Council decided by 20 votes to five to purchase the two acres of land at Woodville for a playing field.
    The Clark (Mr E Harwood) had told the Councl that there were 1,700

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  • A delightful blue wedding dress

    17 August 1937

    The marriage took place on Saturday, August 7th, in Fulham, London, of Mr George E Bugg, son of Mr and Mrs F Bugg, of Fulham, and Miss Hilda Rose Smale, daughter of Mr and Mrs T Smale, of Hill Top, Fremington.

    17.8.1937 Fremingtonian wedding in London

    The bride, who was given away by her father, was in a delightful blue dress trimmed with white pique. Her hat was of a similar colour and her flowers were carnations.
    Mr A F Scott was the best man. A reception was afterwards held at the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs E Scott, 48 Fenborough Road, Fulham.
    The

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  • Top show animal

    3 September 1971

    A Fremington horse breeder is planning to start a stud for Arab horses, one of the world's top show animals and a rarity in North Devon.

    3.9.1971 Arab horses

    Miss Susan Pulsford wants to make this breed - which can be traced back to 2,000 BC - a regular competitor in North Devon show circles. She is asking the North Devon Show organisers to include a class for Arab horses in next year's event.
    Gazette article dated 3 September 1971

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  • 2p A Pint Extra Bid By New Member

    If Mr Wallace Day, of Lower Yelland Farm, Fremington, who scored a sensational victory

    2p A Pint Extra Bid By New Member - 11th July 1975

    11.7.1975   Mr Day milk
     

    If Mr Wallace Day, of Lower Yelland Farm, Fremington, who scored a sensational victory in the the nationwide election for a special seat on the Milk Marketing Board, achieves another ambition housewives will be paying an extra 2p for a pint.

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