Magazine Archive

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December 2017 - Issue 102

Ladies at "Knit and Natter" complete their poppy decoration to Church entrance.

WANTED - Playing Field Committee.

More from Stockton's Archives.

November 2017 - Issue 101
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County Council replies to Parish Council regarding recent accident at A426 Stockton crossroads.

Quarry works tunnel under the A426.

Vandalism continues at the playing field.

October 2017 Issue 100
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A dream come true - Refugees living in Coventry enjoy a day out in the country.

Stockton Village Hall chairpersons report 2017.

Stockton WI reflects on "Stockton".

September 2017 - Issue 99
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New stone cross for Chancel roof.

Stockton Flower Show and Sports - August 1905.

HS2 update. 

July 2017 - Issue 98
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Mrs Lilian Clough, Mr John Whitehead & Mrs Lynne Vosper sadly passed.

Rural foodbanks - offering  hospitality, help & hope.

Quarrying gave life to a lovely village.

June 2017 - Issue97
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Val Legg - Villager of the year 2016.

Parish Council - Chairman's report for 2016 - 17.

Defibrillator installed at the Football & Cricket Club.

May 2017 - Issue 96
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Do you recognise soldiers in Percy Hodges family photos?

Galanos House celebrates 59 years.

Stockton Brownies visited by Guide Dog "Rene".

April 2017 - Issue 95
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The Dog Poo dodge (to the tune of the Hokey Cokey).

Ben Benbow running the London marathon for Air Ambulance & Motor Neurone Diseae charities.

From the archives - The Village Green

March 2017 - Issue 94
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Suzanne Evetts, proud Mom of Edward, tells of his entry into the world of Darts and his progress to date as a professional player.

New Govenors wanted for Stockton Primary school.

Call for volunteers to help with "Village clean up day" on Saturday March 18.

February 2017 - Issue 93
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Dedication of Memorial Stone in Jubilee Gardens.

Popular teacher - Emma Brown says "Good bye" as she moves on.

Mr Wallace Clough's Log book entry in 1949. 

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