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Pulman's Weekly News and View from Axminster
South-West Peninsula League (Div One east)
A FIRST-HALF strike from youngster Matt Colson was enough to earn Sidmouth Town a 1-0 win which saw them leap-frog over opponents Exeter University and up into 11th spot in the South-West Peninsula League Division One (east) table.
EAST DEVON could have looked a very different place if civil engineers of the 1800s pulled off ambitious plans for a canal from Stolford in Somerset to Beer.
BEER residents got their first chance to see the ambitious plans to build seven new homes in the village on Sunday.
Nearly 100 of the 800 members of the long established Axe Yacht Club assembled for the end of sailing season prize giving night in the clubhouse alongside the beach on November 23rd.
Honiton’s MP, Neil Parish, has reinforced his opposition to a major housing development in Feniton in a strongly worded letter to the planning inspector presiding over a forthcoming “super inquiry”.
A 41-year-old man was cautioned for unlawful possession of cannabis after Honiton police raided a home in Pipers Place, Upottery.
An Axminster man who has been awarded The Arctic Star insists he is not a hero.
Axminster girl Annabel Davies has qualified for the Grand Final of the Open Mic UK (U16 category) following a rendition of Titanium, by David Guetta, at the NEC in Birmingham
Woodroffe student Annabel, 12, took to the stage last after her 26 rivals had had their opportunities to shine and her performance was met with thunderous applause.
Lions Club members, partners and friends gathered at the Kingswood & Devoran Hotel in Sidmouth for a dinner to celebrate a significant milestone in the history of Sidmouth Lions Club.
A former Seaton man has been given a two year Anti Social Behaviour Order after carrying out numerous acts of threatening and abusive behaviour in the Seaton area.
A fancy dress fundraiser in Honiton raised almost £300 for the Movember campaign.
A GROUP of 40 A-level geography students from Colyton Grammar School travelled to Iceland last month, on what proved to be an extremely exciting adventure.
Residents of Sidmouth, Sidbury, Sidford and Salcombe Regis are being invited to vote on how they would spend £250,000 for sports provision in the town.
Plans to build more than 20 industrial workshops in Seaton are being drawn up by East Devon District Council (EDDC).
An original sketch by the internationally renowned artist Damien Hirst is to sell at Ottery Auction Rooms.
Police have arrested a 19-year-old Honiton man on suspicion of rape following an alleged attack in the town.
A Honiton town councillor has called for 20mph speed restrictions to be enforced in High Street due to ‘ridiculous’ driving in the town centre.
PLANS for more than 20 new industrial workshops near Colyford are hoped to attract new businesses to the area.
AXMINSTER’S reinvigorated Chamber of Commerce has unveiled its vision for the future.
The people who punched a young girl to the ground in Axminster must be caught, police say.
Sir Ray Tindle
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