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From Wednesday, 23/Jul/2014 onwards

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Whitford Show draws in the crowds

NOW in its 67th year, Whitford and District Village Produce Association continues to go from strength to strength.


SEATON: Flower show is big hit

FROM six-year-old Tilly Adkin to 91-year-old Eileen Boalch, age was no barrier to success in the 89th annual Beer & Horticultural Society Flower Show at the Mariners’ Hall in Beer.


HONITON: Mixed response to latest housing plans

Members of Honiton Town Council’s planning committee have urged a housing developer to ensure its proposed new homes at Ottery Moor Lane are more affordable for first-time buyers.


AXMINSTER: Teachers get a soaking but it’s all in a good cause for charity

Staff were in for a soaking when Axe Valley Community College student Lydia HartnelI organised a fundraising event for The Cystic Fibrosis Trust.


AXMINSTER: Ambling to restore The Minster

A SPONSORED Axe Amble and a picnic tea with stalls and a raffle, starting and ending at Weycroft Bridge bed and breakfast establishment will take place on Bank Holiday Monday (August 25th) to raise funds for The Minster Restoration Fund.


HONITON: Cash boost for Honiton gallery

Honiton’s Thelma Hulbert Gallery has received a major cash boost to fund a new historical research project going back more than two centuries.


AXMINSTER: Another set of good A level results at Axe Valley College

Sixth Form students at the Axe Valley Community College have achieved another set of strong results, earning many places at top universities.


EAST DEVON: Pre-school shortlisted for Lloyds funding

STAFF and children at Stockland and Yarcombe Pre-School are celebrating being shortlisted in a national competition for community funding.


EAST DEVON: Government’s scheme puts 143 East Devon households on property ladder

THE Help to Buy scheme launched by the government has assisted 143 households get a foot on the property ladder in East Devon.


SIDMOUTH: Festival bosses celebrate 2014 folk week success

ORGANISERS of Sidmouth Folk Week have heralded the success of the festival’s 60th anniversary celebrations, which finally came to an end last weekend.


OTTERY: A-level success for students

STUDENTS at the King’s School have celebrated another excellent set of A level results, after delivering a 100 per cent pass rate.


OTTERY: School’s new library on wheels rolls into town

A LONDON bus rolled into Ottery last week - but not to pick up passengers for a trip to the capital.


HONITON:Record breaking results for college

STUDENTS at Honiton Community College have celebrated another record-breaking year, after delivering the school’s best ever set of results, writes JACK?DIXON.


HONITON: Options still open for Beehive future

HONITON town councillors have stalled on a decision over the future management of the Beehive community centre, after being presented with new legal information hours before they were due to discuss the issue.


HONITON: Options still open for Beehive future

HONITON town councillors have stalled on a decision over the future management of the Beehive community centre, after being presented with new legal information hours before they were due to discuss the issue.


COLYTON: Gerrard Arms donates £100 to history society

KAZ and David Randall, proprietors of The Gerrard Arms in Colyton, this week presented £100 to Colyton Parish History Society.


COLYTON: Parish council receives community’s support for new school at factory site

COLYTON?Parish Council reported it had received a great response after one member put forward the idea of building a new school on the CeramTec site, currently up for sale.


AXMINSTER: Youngsters rewarded for their stage commitment

AXMINSTER: Youngsters rewarded for their stage commitment
WOULD-BE thespianTobi Rouse has won Axminster Drama Club’s Gwyn Llewellyn Memorial Shield For Young Talent.


SIDMOUTH: Key research puts brakes on beach management plan

A MAJOR project to improve coastal defences along the Sidmouth seafront is facing further delays, after environmental experts announced key research would take longer than first thought.


SEATON: Offer in on Woolworths

SEATON: Offer in on Woolworths
THE?voluntary effort to smarten up one of Seaton’s town centre eyesores has already encouraged future use of the former Woolworths building in Marine Place.


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