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From Thursday, 27/Nov/2014 onwards

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AXMINSTER: ‘No’ to traffic lights at Hunters Lodge

Traffic lights at the A35 Hunters Lodge junction have been ruled out by the Highways Agency.


COLYTON: Village residents complain it’s too dangerous to drive into Colyton

RESIDENTS of the Umborne Valley have said they now avoid driving into Colyton and would rather travel to Honiton to shop because the road into the town is in such a poor state of repair.


HONITON: Council allowances may be recovered

HONITON Town Council may have to recover public money mistakenly paid out in members’ allowances, after a legal grey area was exposed at a meeting last week.


SEATON: Community funding facing cut under Government planning rules

CHANGES to Government planning guidelines will result in a “significant loss” of funding towards community infrastructure in Seaton, it has been revealed.


OTTERY: Bank closure will hit high street hard, say traders

BUSINESS leaders in Ottery St Mary have expressed their concern that town centre trade will be hit hard when a major bank closes its local branch next year.


AXMINSTER: Police crack down on rural crime

AXMINSTER Police Station was one of the hubs when police carried out a joint five-force overnight rural patrol.


AXMINSTER: Axminster Army veteran invited to Buckingham Palace reception

AXMINSTER man Lyndon Chatting–Walters was invited to attend a reception at Buckingham Palace hosted by The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry.


No action taken over ‘cull’ comment

POLICE have confirmed they will not be taking further action to investigate allegedly abusive comments made by a member of the public on a councillor’s blog.


SEATON: Seaton man sets new NZ?Great Walks ultra record

SEATON: Seaton man sets new NZ?Great Walks ultra record
After nine gruelling days of aching muscles, mental fatigue and sleep deprivation, Patrick Kinsella from Seaton, along with teammates fellow Brit Ben Southall and Australian Luke Edwards – a/k/a The Global Adventurers – have completed a world-record setting challenge of running the Great Walks of New Zealand back-to-back.


SIDMOUTH: ‘Record amounts’ invested in Sidmouth flood defences

EAST Devon MP Hugo Swire has welcomed news of a “record” investment in flood defences that will help to sure up the Sidmouth coastline.


SIDMOUTH: Lions light up stage with charity show

SIDMOUTH: Lions light up stage with charity show
Members of the Sidmouth Lions club donated a cheque for £600 to the local Macmillan Cancer Support group last week, following a successful fundraising concert.


BEER: Supermarket collection raises £800 for Beer Scouts’ hut

BEER: Supermarket collection raises £800 for Beer Scouts’ hut
WITH the winter weather having arrived, 1st Beer Scouts & Axe Air Explorers will be delighted to hear that the fund to refurbish their hut has been given a huge boost.


HONITON: Open all hours restaurant to replace pub?

ONE of Honiton’s oldest pubs is set to be replaced by a 24-hour restaurant, staffed by a religious community based in Dunkeswell.


HONITON: Lin celebrates double victory at cattle show

HONITON: Lin celebrates double victory at cattle show
IT WAS a double celebration for Lin Pidsley from Honiton at the 33rd Exeter and District Christmas Show.


AXMINSTER: Big crowd turns out for Festive Friday

AXMINSTER: Big crowd turns out for Festive Friday
Trinity Square was packed when Christmas arrived in Axminster on Festive Friday (December 5th).


AXMINSTER: Beauty salon brings Frozen princess to life

MELANIE Brown’s hair and beauty salon in Axminster recently sponsored a local charity event by recreating the hair and makeup of Disney princess Elsa from the hit film “Frozen”.


AXMINSTER: Mole Avon exceeds massive £40,000 fundraising target

AXMINSTER: Mole Avon exceeds massive £40,000 fundraising target
STAFF at Mole Avon Trading Limited are delighted to have raised more than £46,000 for local charity Hospiscare.


SIDMOUTH: Beach warning to dog owners

DOG owners in Sidmouth have been warned to take care on the coast, after reports that a harmful substance is being washed up along the East Devon shoreline.


BEER: Beer pupils’ create their own View

BEER: Beer pupils’ create their own View
ANOTHER newspaper has just been launched in Beer – by the children of Beer C of E Primary School.


SEATON: Seaton celebrates successful year

It was a time of both reflection and looking forward with excitement to next year when the key partners involved in the regeneration of Seaton met for the final time in 2014.


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