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8th June the total is £107,200

emailPrintFacebookGoogle+TwitterPinterestRedditFunds are still coming in £107,200 (8th June), £107,250 (31st May), £104,000 (30th May), £100,000 (27th May), £92,650 (26th May), £86,650 (25th May), £65,500 (24th May), £57,500 (19th
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Great Village Shops

emailPrintFacebookGoogle+TwitterPinterestRedditWe Could Have a Top Village Shop. Harry Wallop of The Daily Telegraph talks about village shops, their position in the community, their decline over the last 10
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A Proof is Printed!

emailPrintFacebookGoogle+TwitterPinterestRedditThe Proof is Proof that we are ready! 4pm Sat 23rd April at Hougham and Marston Village Hall. Please come along to hear about and see our plans
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Let’s Buy the Pub!

emailPrintFacebookGoogle+TwitterPinterestRedditThe Share Offer Launch is here! 4pm 23rd April in the Village Hall between Marston and Hougham. St George’s Day – what better day could we have to
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BBC Look North

emailPrintFacebookGoogle+TwitterPinterestRedditThe BBC came to Marston twice in one week! Victoria Holland, Video Journalist and Presenter at BBC Look North, came to Marston to meet villagers working to save
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BBC Breakfast

emailPrintFacebookGoogle+TwitterPinterestRedditDid you see our brief mention on BBC Breakfast on Good Friday? The BBC did a piece on the new £3.6m fund set up by the government and
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The Journal Reports Again

emailPrintFacebookGoogle+TwitterPinterestRedditA Grantham Journal Update on our Progress. Judith Hawkins updates Grantham on the progress we have made getting ready to buy the pub for the community. Villagers are
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We are Incorporated!

emailPrintFacebookGoogle+TwitterPinterestRedditThe Thorold Arms Community Benefit Society (CBS) Limited has been registered. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have written to us, via The Plunkett Foundation, to say that our
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Budding Hairdresser Wanted?

emailPrintFacebookGoogle+TwitterPinterestRedditAnother Article about Community Pubs. The following words ring very true and pubs are becoming an endangered species. Most days I drive past a pub about which I
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