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Saturday, April 19, 2014
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Pulman’s View from Seaton
ANGRY Beer traders have hit out at the decision by East Devon District Council to impose 24 hours parking charges in the central long stay car park.
Ottery town councillors have described plans to build two new homes at Corner Croft in West Hill as “ridiculous”.
Business leaders in Ottery have welcomed calls for a VAT cut to help support the town’s tourism industry.
Two people were taken to hospital after a collision involving four vehicles in High Street on Wednesday (April 2nd).
Young people in Honiton have chosen a design for a new £90,000 skate park in the town.
The Beehive opened its doors to the public for the first time this week, as it welcomed visitors to a series of opening events.
AXMINSTER?doctors have issued a joint statement this week “deploring” lack of consultation by NHS officials and expressing concern about how decisions are being made over the future of Axminster Hospital.
SEATON residents are being invited by East Devon District Council and Seaton Town Council to choose how they would spend £82,000 available for sports provision.
COLYTON Parish History Society opened their new heritage centre on Thursday, which members described as a long-awaited “dream come true”.
Ambitious plans to modernise library services in Sidmouth could see multiple facilities brought under one roof, as Devon County Council looks to cut costs.
Ottery St Mary Library could be forced to rely on community-run services in the future, after Devon County Council announced plans to cut budgets by half.
Plans to build 300 new houses on the edge of Honiton have been stalled, after district councillors demanded further inspections of the proposed site.
PUPILS and their teachers were at the forefront of a tree planting ceremony in Membury.
THE 1st Beer Scouts have come up with a novel way to boost their fundraising – by publishing a book.
Seaton Guides have gratefully received a cheque for £320 from Seaton Lions Club, enabling them to buy new tents.
ON Saturday, April 5th, East Devon Art Academy, Old Fore Street, Sidmouth, will be opening its doors to a new Easter exhibition.
After the recent convention of Lions Clubs throughout the South West, Seaton & District Lions have been presented with the annual Youth Cup for their work with the Seaton Young Leaders in Service.
Students on Axe Valley Community College's Arts ASPIRE programme have been gaining inspiration local artist Amanda Popham.
THE Minster Church in Axminster is set to reopen on Palm Sunday, April 13th.
Honiton Carnival Committee has given away £1,500 to local charities after another succe- ssful year.
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