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Pulman's Weekly News and View from Axminster
The April meeting of Seaton WI was held on Tuesday, April 15th at the Methodist Church Hall, Seaton.
Speaker Deborah Bean gave a memorable talk to Axminster Phoenix Ladies Club, about her duties and fascinating trips, spanning nearly 40 years based at Buckingham Palace.
AMBROSE, the Devon Air Ambulance mascot, just about escaped walking the plank when he came face-to-face with a bunch of sword-wielding pirates at Pecorama on Sunday, writes Kevin Fahey.
More than £1,500 worth of valuable items have been stolen from a home in Beer, and police are appealing for witnesses to come forward.
The Britain in Bloom judges have confirmed they will be visiting Beer on Wednesday, July 2nd.
Two cyclists from Shoreham-by-Sea in Sussex will stop off in Seaton during a 12-day challenge in aid of Lions International Blood Research Appeal (LIBRA) – a charity which helps to tackle blood cancers.
Axminster gift shop Acorn is one of six finalists in The Greats Retail Awards 2014.
Young people in Honiton feel “disconnected” from key facilities and projects and need a “voice” to represent them, according to the town council’s newest member.
Honiton residents will have to wait to find out whether a temporary cardboard collection service can be arranged for the town.
Honiton Street Market is set to bounce back from a difficult three-year period, after town councillors approved cost-cutting measures that could help it to run more efficiently.
Axminster Town Council hosted a one-day Towns Alive Neighbourhood Plan conference.
AN Axminster mother aims to overcome her fear of flying to take part in a charity skydive to mark her 50th birthday.
Around 35 members of The Rotary Club of Axminster, with members of the Inner Wheel of Axminster, partners and friends enjoyed an exciting Skittle Championship at the Tuckers Arms.
East Devon District Council has funding of up to £5,000 available for village halls, community shops and other community buildings in rural areas.
Council flat tenants in East Devon have been promised better protection in the event of a fire, after East Devon District Council pledged to “get tough” on people who block escape routes or start fires in public spaces.
Sidmouth’s storm-battered seafront was back to its best in time for a busy Easter weekend, after district council teams worked round the clock to patch up the town’s landmarks.
Work to collect data to help design a Beach Management Plan (BMP) for Sidmouth has been delayed by three months, the project team announced this week.
POLICE have confirmed that a man has died in a microlight crash near Colyton and his nine year-old son was also injured in the incident.
IT looks like being the hottest ticket in town this summer – and sadly there none left on sale.
PLANS to commemorate the centenary of the outbreak of World War I in Beer have been given a significant boost with a cash grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
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