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Tuesday, September 30, 2014
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All the latest News in Pulman’s View from Seaton
From Saturday, 30/Aug/2014 onwards
Axminster Hospital League of Friends (LoF) has issued a rallying cry and called a public meeting in a bid to reverse the in-patient bed closure proposal for Axminster Hospital.
TOWN councillors are to forge ahead with ambitious plans to protect Honiton from excessive development.
SEATON town councilors have been urged to do more for the youth of the town – and not to allow the resort to become “God’s waiting room!” An impassioned plea for the town council to do more for the youth of Seaton was made at last week’s meeting by Councillor Tony Woodman, who called for the setting up of a working party to consult with the town’s young people.
SIDMOUTH Victoria Hospital is set to lose its minor injuries unit, under the latest NHS proposals for the future of community care in the town.
ALL in-patient beds and the minor injuries unit at Ottery St Mary Hospital are set to be closed, confirming residents’ worst fears about the future of community care in the town.
TWO elderly holidaymakers sustained serious injuries after a large water tanker trapped them when it fell off a tractor in Sidbury during the village’s Fair Day celebrations last week.
Lyme Bay Leisure has had to resubmit a planning application for its hotel and holiday complex at Seaton Heights.
A LONG-TERM vision to build a new and improved scout centre in Ottery has finally become a reality.
A CONTROVERSIAL planning application to build up to 45 new homes on the former Gerway Nurseries site on the edge of Ottery is to be put before planning bosses today (Tuesday).
HONITON Hospital will retain all its in-patient beds and minor injuries unit, despite NHS plans to cut costs across East Devon.
FRIENDS and family of Joan White gathered at the Colyton Heritage Centre last week as she signed copies of her book, “Footprints in the Sands of Time”.
PLANS for the restructuring of community hospitals around East Devon were revealed this week, with Seaton Hospital set to take on some of the in-patient beds cut from Axminster and Ottery St Mary.
COTLEIGH man Dave Rawlings is seeking teams for a ten-pin bowling competition in aid of Epilepsy Research UK.
THE Catenian Association Bursary Fund helped Elana Edwards with the cost of her gap year visit to provide voluntary work in El Salvador, and she recently joined Axminster Catenians for dinner and gave an excellent presentation of her experiences .
Sidmouth College has welcomed a number of new faces onto its staff ahead of the start of the academic year.
A DISGRACED former councillor, who resigned after revelations about his conduct were uncovered in a national newspaper “sting”, has been in breach of a planning condition at his Ottery farmhouse for more than a decade, it was revealed last week.
Anti-scam advice packs have been delivered to selected areas of Seaton where unscrupulous scammers were at work earlier this year.
Employees of the Townsend House Medical Centre endured a sub-zero shower as six workers took part in the ice bucket challenge.
A couple celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary returned to Seaton after spending their honeymoon at the town in 1964.
The second phase of a housing project in Axminster will soon start after the developer received a government loan.
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