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Annual General Meeting

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The Alphington Village Forum’s AGM will take place on Friday 12th July 2019 in Alphington Village Hall from 7.15pm to 9.15pm. Our invited speakers should be most interesting, so please do turn up if you can. Details of the speakers will be posted nearer the time.

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Alphin House Press release

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PRESS RELEASE Link to press release: http://www.alphingtonforum.co.uk/alphin-house

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DCC to get £55 million for infrastructure

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Devon County Council has been successful in its bid for government funding (£55 million) for the infrastructure to support the new Matford and Alphington housing developments. This means that the new primary/secondary school access and road modifications will be in place before housing is built, as well as improvements to roads in Alphington. However the money is unlikely to be available until 2020. For details check the link below:https://grow-media.co.uk/top-stories/devon-county-council-55-million-funding-infrastructure/

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Mailing List

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If you wish to be re-instated on the mailing list please use the contact form, or email alphingtonforum@hotmail.com

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BT/Openreach poles

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You may have noticed that Openreach is in the process of installing fibre optic broadband cabling in Alphington. The cabling is being carried on “telegraph” poles rather than being ducted below ground. We believe that this is for reasons of cost and speed. However, although fast broadband competition may be desirable, the visual impact of these poles and cables is not.

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