Current News

Bonfire progress - 18th April 2015

The sun was shining and this made the team onsite even more enthusiastic:

Andy Pitcher has started making the roof of the Town hall and the Mayor is keeping a close eye:

Advance tickets will be on sale here soon.

We are now finalising our parking arranagements and timings for this year's Bonfire and info will be sent to the printers very soon.

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Trumpton Trailer for the Plough.

This video clip is a trailer that will be shown before every film showing.

It was created by our Secretary's son Oliver.

Thank you to both Oliver and the Plough.

Thank you Alfred of Figure W Web design

I have been checking our website to ensure that it is ready for the increase in traffic for online orders & enquiries and came across a few issues that I could not resolve. An email to Alfred was quickly responded to and he advised me what to do!

Thank you Alfred.

Thank you to VIDAHOST

Vidahost are the company who host our website.

They were great from the start with the transfer of our Drupal site to their servers, and the support they have given since excellent.

I contacted them to double our bandwidth allowance from now until the end of August so that we can take the orders for tickets etc.. to our Bonfire on August 29th. I was fully expecting to pay for the extra useage but they agreed to up our limit FREE OF CHARGE.

Bonfire build update - April 4th

The sun was shining today and we again had a good team working on site. Things are moving on niceley.

The workshop is now in use where all the finer details are costructed in the dry with the necessary electric tools to hand. When we have finished with the workshop it will be turned into shops.

Our New President

We would like to congratulate Roger Davies who was voted in as The President of the Great Torrington Cavaliers at our meeting last week.

Trumpton - March 14th 2015

Another good team today. The ground was a mass of mud which didn't help much but good progress was made.