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From Thursday, 01/Jan/2015 onwards
A?TOWN?centre wall which collapsed a year ago and has not been removed or repaired has angered traders, councillors and tourism officials, claiming that it portrays yet another bad image of Axminster
EAST Devon farmers have welcomed a new report calling for greater protection against plummeting milk prices – but warn there is more work to be done to keep local producers in profit.
THE man who died in a collision near Colyton on January 14th has been named as Richard Daniel Manley, aged 43, from Seaton.
DISTRICT planning bosses have approved proposals to build dozens of new homes on Ottery St Mary’s allotments site.
SIDMOUTH residents were left in a state of shock last week, after the body of a homeless man was found on the seafront, writes JACK?DIXON.
A MAJOR construction company has finally indicated its intention to quarry a site near Ottery St Mary, despite warnings that the move could pose a series of environmental risks to the town.
OTTERY Town Council is appealing for sports clubs and other residents of the parish to come forward with their suggestions about the activities they would like to see at Strawberry Lane this year.
JUST two years after the project was first mooted the keys will be handed over for the new affordable homes in Beer on Saturday (January 31st).
BOSSES at Honiton Leisure Centre have reported a huge increase in visitor numbers over the last three months, following the opening of an extension to its gym facilities.
Axminster New Youth Club (ANYC) has quickly established itself as a popular place with the town’s youngsters - but would like more volunteer leaders to come forward.
Axminster Town Council has set its precept for 2015-16 at £150,855, an increase of almost 10 per cent.
HONITON Community College has moved a step closer towards realising its ambitious redevelopment plans, after securing permission for the project’s second phase.
Health and Local Food for Families (HALFF) in Axminster has landed almost £200,000 to spend on a five-year healthy eating project for carers and the people they look after.
A COMMUNITY campaign has been launched to protect some of Sidmouth’s most treasured historical buildings and monuments.
A HOST of new musical acts have been added to the bill for this year’s Sidmouth Folk Week, as preparations begin to take shape for the town’s headline event.
The standard was so high that adjudicators couldn’t single out a winner when Seaton Music held its inaugural piano competition for young talent on Wednesday, January 21st.
WEST Hill residents are seeking to “take control of the village’s future” by cutting ties with Ottery St Mary and forming their own parish council.
DEVON County Council says it is planning to implement new measures to protect vulnerable children from sexual exploitation, following a hard-hitting report by a Honiton councillor.
A “DISENFRANCHISED generation” of young people in Honiton could miss out on the chance to vote in this year’s elections because of poorly explained chan- ges to the registration procedure, local campaigners have warned.
COLYTON councillors are making a last ditch attempt to find a site for a playground in Colyford before available funding is taken away in spring of this year.
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