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Pulman’s View from Seaton
FURTHER research into the viability of East Devon District Council’s relocation to SkyPark in Exeter was given the go ahead by full council last night on February 26th.
There was a big turnout for a Piano, Poetry and Prose afternoon held on Wednesday, February 26th, and organised by the Sidholme Organ Restoration Association.
OWNERS of the storm-lashed Branscombe beach chalets have expressed fears for the impact on the Easter and summer tourism trade.
Royal Mail has announced changes to its delivery service in Honiton, which could affect the time customers receive their mail.
A stroke care focus group for the Axe Valley area met in Axminster to discuss the future shape of treatment and rehabilitation.
The role of Honiton Town Council’s standards committee is to be reviewed, after some councillors raised their concerns with the current system.
The future of a respite centre for people with learning difficulties remains unclear more than two months after it was flooded.
Susy Atkins, the BBC Saturday Kitchen resident wine expert, is joining forces with Deer Park Hotel in aid of Hospiscare.
Honiton is playing a strategic part in a new, temporary rail-bus link initiative which started yesterday (March 3rd).
PROSPECTIVE MEP candidate for the South West and Gibraltar, Georgina Butler, was the guest speaker at yhr annual dinner of the Colyton and Colyford Conservatives, held in Colyford Memorial Hall on Saturday.
The companies involved with the closure of Sector Lane in Axminster will not entertain compensation claims, it has been reported.
Classical music goers in Sidmouth are now familiar with the abilities of the ISCA Ensemble, under its musical director Roger Hendy, to rise to the stern musical challenges it sets itself and the chamber offspring of that orchestra gave itself a similar challenge in All Saints Church, Sidmouth last Saturday, March 1st.
Sidmouth’s Beach Management Plan project team is holding a drop-in session at Sidmouth Sailing Club on Thursday, March 6th from 3pm to 7pm.
Due to the ever increasing costs of running the carnival, Seaton Carnival Committee are having extra fundraising events throughout the year to help it the carnival continue in Seaton.
Ottery St Mary will be among the next communities to benefit from a programme to bring superfast broadband to rural areas in Devon and Somerset.
Honiton will benefit from a programme bringing superfast broadband to rural areas in Devon and Somerset.
Planned changes to the provision of day care services in Honiton would be a ‘disaster’ for patients and put extra strain on hospital staff, according to health professionals.
EAST Devon is well and truly open for business despite its seaside resorts being battered by recent storms that have hit national headlines.
East Devon is well and truly open for business despite its seaside resorts being hit by recent storms, according to district councillors.
DESPITE the recent storms Seaton is going from strength to strength with the prospect of some very exciting initiatives coming to fruition over the coming months.
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