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All the latest News in Pulman’s View from Seaton
From Sunday, 26/Apr/2015 onwards
In-patient hospital beds will return to Axminster in July, Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust (NDHT) has announced.
The construction of Seaton Jurassic Centre is behind schedule and the facility won’t open until next year.
PREVIOUSLY unseen documents regarding East Devon District Council’s controversial relocation project have been published, following a two-year battle over a freedom of information request.
A PIONEERING mental health awareness campaign in Honiton has already helped to train more than 500 people as dementia ‘friends’, with dozens more expected to sign up.
OTTER Valley Rotarians have been applauded for their efforts to support the Nepal earthquake appeal, after almost £2,000 was raised in the aftermath of the disaster.
Conservative councillor Stuart Hughes said East Devon District Council’s handling of the Knowle site situation played a major role in the outcome of the election.
All those seeking re-election to Seaton Town Council succeeded, but it was new candidate Marcus Hartnell who topped the polls with 2,020 votes.
HUGO Swire stormed to victory with an increased majority in last week’s parliamentary election, as Ottery St Mary councillor Claire Wright fell short in her challenge for the East Devon seat.
A SHOCK result in last week’s town council election has seen Honiton’s deputy mayor stripped of his seat.
CONSERVATIVE councillors Helen Parr and Graham Godbeer stood up against independent candidates from the East Devon Alliance to retain their seats representing the Coly Valley on the district council.
Ian Hall returned to the political scene by winning the two-horse race for the Axminster Rural seat on East Devon District Council.
VISITORS to the Sidmouth seafront have been warned to keep away from the cliff fall blackspot at East Beach, after two more people narrowly escaped another dangerous incident.
POLICE in Ottery are targeting drug offenders and boy racers, as part of their latest efforts to control crime in the town.
A HONITON cancer charity that campaigns to improve hospital care for terminally ill patients is launching a fresh appeal for support – a year after its founder lost her husband to the illness.
COLYTON traders have spoken out against drivers who “abuse” free on-street parking, which they say has become “detrimental” to the town.
A former footballer has been reunited with his precious 1946-47 Axminster Hospital Cup winner’s medal he thought he’d lost forever.
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