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Thursday, July 31, 2014
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All the latest News in Pulman's Weekly News and View from Axminster
From Monday, 30/Jun/2014 onwards
Axminster mayor Jeremy Walden has refuted claims that the town council is sitting on its money instead of paying for a town centre spruce-up.
HONITON MP Neil Parish has welcomed new employment figures that show more people in the town are finding their way back into work.
DISTRICT councillors have voted through measures to change the way members of the public have their say on major planning applications, despite efforts by local members to reverse the proposals.
On Friday, August 1st work begins to alter the entrance to the Harbour Road car park in Seaton in preparation for the start of the building of the £4m visitor centre, Seaton Jurassic.
A PARISH councillor has expressed his hopes that the CeramTec factory site in Colyton, which is currently up for sale, will be put to good use with a new primary school for the town.
Axminster’s Cloakham Lawn Sports Centre, arguably one of the best sporting complexes in East Devon, has re-launched itself and entered a new era.
Axminster Heritage suffered a major blow when its prospective heritage centre anchor tenant pulled out.
DISTRICT councillors have voted through measures to change the way members of the public have their say on major planning applications, despite efforts by Ottery members to reverse the proposals.
Thousands of rubber ducks made a splash this weekend, as the Sidmouth Lions Club hosted its annual ‘Duck Derby’ event at the Byes.
Honiton will play its part in commemorating the start of World War I with a civic service to be held in the town, it was confirmed this week.
AXMINSTER will commemorate the centenary of the start of the Forst World War with a special church service and cream tea on Sunday, August 4th.
One person was taken to hospital with neck injuries after a car accident at the notorious A35 Hunters Lodge junction, near Axminster.
Flood prevention work in Willhay Lane has been delayed by about six months.
A massive build-up of food waste, fatty deposits and other debris will be drained from Sidmouth’s sewers by the end of the month, South West Water has confirmed.
THE?Natural Seaton Festival pulled in about 500 people on Saturday and is proof that the town is full of “positive energy,” according to event organisers.
An Ottery resident fighting to secure living accommodation and expert care for her severely disabled brother has taken her case to Parliament in a desperate bid to convince MPs and local authorities of her family’s plight.
Honiton residents are fearful that the combined impact of cutbacks in public service provision currently facing the town could have a damaging and long-lasting effect, a special report by Pulman’s View has revealed.
THE Mayor of Colyford has claimed village residents are not getting a fair deal by being grouped with neighbouring Colyton, and has asked councillors to consider its future as part of the parish.
Members of the Sidmouth Flower Arrangement Club attracted the crowds at their annual flower show at All Saints Hall in Sidmouth this week.
ALL seven new houses being built in Beer will be reserved for local people when they become available later this year.
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