Community Shop News


The Cavendish Community Shop has been very active in collecting shareholders annual subscriptions and encouraging new shareholders of late. We extend a very warm welcome to those new shareholders and thank them for their support.

There are also a number of new residents in Cavendish some of whom have volunteered for shop duty, it is a sure fire way to meet the community why not try your hand – the much maligned till is easily mastered and there is always someone at the end of the telephone to troubleshoot if a problem arises.

If you wish to become a shareholder please ask for an application form in the shop or contact Michael Gratton on 282257 or michael.gratton@outlook.com. Shares cost £10 each and you are only allowed a single share which is not transferrable at any time, annual subscription is currently £1 but will rise to £2 in the next financial year commencing 1st November 2018.

Acton Open Gardens

This event is now over.

We are pleased to open 15 village gardens over the weekend. All are available on both days. They vary from the garden of a 16th century thatched cottage, to a recently occupied new build, with a range of mature gardens in a wide variety of styles. Visitors will also have the chance to visit the Church with “The best Military Brass in England”- Sir Robert de Bures as well as others, including Lady Alice de Bryern. It also has the Jennens Memorial, a magnificent 18th Century sculpture for the founder of the fortune behind true story that inspired “Jarndyce v Jarndyce” in Dickens’ Bleak House. Entrance is by programme, £5 for the two days. All profits going to All Saints Church.

Details are available on the Church website, www.allsaintschurchacton.vpweb.co.uk and also at www.opengardens.co.uk (Search for Acton)

Inquiries to actonlink@gmail.com