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Pulman's Weekly News and View from Axminster
A complaint has been made to the police over the demolition of the old garages and sheds on land to be used for the new community housing scheme by Beer Community Land Trust (CLT).
ARC Animal Rescue has been running for more than 40 years rescuing and re-homing lost or unwanted pets in the Sidmouth area.
A CAFÉ owner in Beer was left bloomin’ furious after her window box was vandalised – twice in five days.
SIDMOUTH Youth Theatre recently performed a sell-out production of the hit stage musical “Grease”.
MORE than 170 people turned out to take part in Seaton’s big clean organised by Seaton Town Council’s Town Development Team.
The Minster Church in Axminster will be closed for the foreseeable future because of an arson attack.
A series of new wood-fired oven cooking courses will start at the recently revamped Deer Park Country House Hotel next month.
TWO thousand runners from all over the country, and many parts of the world, converged on Seaton over the weekend for the 27th annual Grizzly.
There was a huge turnout in St Francis Church Hall, Woolbrook on Saturday (March 8th), as the 1st Sid Vale Scout Group held their jumble sale.
After the Valentine’s night storm ravaged half a mile of the track at Seaton Tramway, engineers and contractors have been working hard over the past few weeks to reinstate the section of track running from the Seaton Terminus to Axmouth Loop on the River Axe Estuary.
SEATON’s pro-active approach to dealing with the problem of seagulls got off to a fluttering start on Friday, writes PHILIP?EVANS.
Tipton St John Primary School could be moved to a new site in the village following persistent problems with flooding.
Honiton town councillors are to consider the options for adopting a Neighbourhood Plan that could give the council more control over the future development of the town.
POLICE?have said they are “disappointed” in local youths after they caused a trail of criminal damage through Colyton.
Sidmouth residents have responded positively to plans for a new beach management project to help protect the town.
Seaton Jurassic, East Devon’s new visitor attraction, received a huge financial boost last week, with the award of a grant for £300,000 from the Coastal Communities Fund.
A campaign against proposed cuts to the youth service has been backed by Ottery St Mary town councillors.
The keys for Honiton’s new community centre will finally be handed over to the town council this week, after years of planning and organisation.
Councillors, traders, and chamber of commerce members gathered on the disused Webster’s site to celebrate the landmark decision that removed a major hurdle to town centre regeneration.
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.
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