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Thursday, December 05, 2013
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Pulman’s View from Seaton
The people who punched a young girl to the ground in Axminster must be caught, police say.
A Honiton woman has launched a new charity event to raise money for the FORCE cancer charity, writes JACK?DIXON.
A husband and wife from Axminster both serve on warship HMS Daring, assisting the relief effort in the Philippines.
A government planning inspector has ruled that two footpaths at Knowle, Sidmouth, should be designated as public rights of way.
PLANS to make part of The Esplanade traffic free are being considered by Seaton Town Council as a “quick win” option for developing the seafront.
A £135,000 programme of work to make Ottery St Mary Hospital more dementia-friendly has started.
Staff will start moving in at the end of this month and a mental health facility for the elderly in Honiton should be fully occupied and operational by mid-December, NHS bosses say.
TWO physics teachers from Colyton Grammar School have picked up top awards and been praised for encouraging more girls into science.
Lisa Lyman’s Axminster Chamber of Commerce revolution continues with the decision to open up membership to non-business people.
ONE of the oldest produce associations in East Devon is going from strength to strength.
COLYTON’S brother and sister duo Six Days have successfully auditioned for the Open Mic UK regional finals - a prestigious annual singing competition.
Everyone connected with the food bank in Seaton is invited to its first birthday bash on Wednesday, November 20th from 4pm–6pm in the Number One building on Harepath Road.
Representatives from local groups and organisations were given a boost from members of the Seaton Carnival Committee during their AGM.
Sidmouth College hosted its inaugural inter-school Cross Country Challenge recently, supported by Bill Valentine of Sidmouth Running Club.
THE Beer Luggers Club is going from strength to strength, according to Commodore Nigel Harding.
A Honiton teenager has been recognised by the Devon Air Training Corps as one of the county’s top cadets.
RESIDENTS are being encouraged to support the town’s small shops in a national initiative to boost trade.
St Paul’s Church hosted a concert performed by two choirs on Remembrance Sunday, writes VAL?MORAN.
East Devon District Council (EDDC) has made a u-turn and no longer has any concerns about drainage issues at Hawkwell Park gypsy caravan site in Hawkchurch, near Axminster.
Rotarians have praised the generosity of people in Axminster after raising almost £2,000 for the Rotary Shelterbox Philippines disaster fund.
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