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Tuesday, October 9 2012 

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Scarecrows 

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A new nail 
salon opens 
in South 
Street 
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INSIDE YOUR 
PULMAN’S VIEW 


Reporter Anders Larsson takes on the Minster Challenge - pages 10 & 11 


£10,000 to help keep 
town’s hearts healthy 

Coronary heart disease and hypertension above the UK average 



By Anders Larsson 

ander s@t indlenews .co.uk 


I HEARTY: HALFFs Karen Bennett, Roly Kelly and Laura O’Rourke 


AN AXMINSTER- 
based charity has been 
granted £10,000 to 
prevent heart disease 
in and around the 
town. 

The Heart Research UK 
and Subway grant will be 
used by Health and Local 
Food for Families 
(HALFF) to set up The 
Heart Hub. 

A £10,000 grant to pre¬ 
vent heart disease sounds 
as if there is a growing 
problem and as if Axmin- 
ster is closing in on Glas¬ 
gow, which was dubbed 
UK Heart Attack Capital 
not too long ago. 

HALFFs Laura O'Rourke 
didn't want to dramatise 
things but said that, ac¬ 
cording to statistics, the 


levels of coronary heart 
disease and hypertension 
among residents in Axmin- 
ster are above the UK av¬ 
erage. 

She also said that the 
town has one of the high¬ 
est levels of financial dep¬ 
rivation in East Devon, 
evidenced by the recent 
launch of a foodbank in 
Axminster. 

"People on low incomes 
are pushed towards more 
filling but less nutritious 
food," she said. 

HALFF works to pro¬ 
mote healthy eating in a 
number of ways, including 
free cooking sessions for 
various groups and ages of 
people 

Precise plans for The 
Heart Hub are being drawn 

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IN THIS 
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Sport 

Shock cup 
exit for Tigers 

AXMINSTER Town are hoping to sign former Confer¬ 
ence defender Ben Ashford as they concentrate on 
their South West Peninsular programme following a 
shock exit from the Devon Premier Cup on Saturday. 

Lying fourth in Division One with 14 points from 
seven games, four points behind leaders Newton 
Spurs, the in-form Tigers were expected to beat 
Bideford Reserves in the county cup on Saturday. 

But although they dominated the play for most of 
the game, Axe went out of the competition to a 16th 
minute goal in a display peppered by missed 
chances. 

Among those watching the game at Sector Lane 
was Ben Ashford, son of Axminster manager Paul 
Ashford, who is seeking a transfer from struggling 
Crediton to join his brother Luke who plays in goal for 


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PEOPLE IN THE NEWS 



SIDMOUTH: Beryl Dray 
has been presented with 
the Macmillan Adlam Cup 
for outstanding dedica¬ 
tion in fundraising for the 
Macmillan Cancer organ¬ 
isation in Sidmouth. 



OTTERY St MARY: Hard¬ 
working King’s School 
pupil Elly Darkin has been 
presented with a com¬ 
munity shield for her ded¬ 
ication to the school by 
Sir John Evans, from the 
Otter Valley Rotary Club. 



AXMINSTER: Carol Shute 
has opened a new busi¬ 
ness in South Street, 
Axminster - The Nail Stu¬ 
dio - employing two staff 
in the former appliance 
shop premises run by 
Clive Smith, 



COLYTON: Grammar 

School student Sarah 
Underwood has won first 
prize in a poetry compe¬ 
tition and has been in¬ 
vited to the Ted Hughes 
Festival in Yorkshire to re¬ 
ceive her £100 prize. 


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Song birds decline - page 16 

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■ PROPERTY VIEW: 

14 pages of house sales - 33-46 


Quotes of the week... 

WHEN he steps away from steering groups, 
he remains on the committee to maintain a 
presence and offer advice when asked. He is 
a very kind, humble gentleman.’ 


Axe. 

His presence will certainly help to strengthen the 
Tigers’ defence, currently led by skipper Darren 
Stewart, the former Bridport and Chard Town player, 
as Axe look to maintain their position in the top four 
in Division One. 



Part of the citation in selecting Vic Bows her, 
80, of Honiton, as a “Diamond Champion’for 
outstanding voluntary work. 



MARY is a truly inspiring woman with her 
compassion and infectious enthusiasm for 
helping people.’ 


Mary Bolshaw, a Hospiscare Supporter in 
Honiton, was also selected as a Diamond 
Champion’ 



THE hourly service and station upgrade in¬ 
troduced three years ago are greatly appre¬ 
ciated by local people.’ 



Axminster Town 
Clerk Hilary Kir k- 
caldie comment¬ 
ing on the news 
that Axminster 
Raiiway Station 
has been chosen 
as the “best 
medoum Station' 
in the country 



COLYTON 
worked very 
hard to save its 
Post Office and 
now we are back 
to square one. 

It's very sad. We 
really hope we 
can find another 
shopkeeper who 
is willing to offer 
the services.’ 


Colyton Parish 
Council chairman 
Andrew Parr on 
hearing the town 
had been left 
without a Post 
Off ice again fol¬ 
lowing the sud¬ 
den closure of 
one of local 
supermarket 
Wilkies. 


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NEWS AT A 
GLANCE IN 
EAST DEVON 
THIS WEEK 


AXMINSTER 

£LOk to help keep 
town healthy 

AN AXMINSTER-based charity has been granted 
£10,000 to prevent heart disease in and around the 
town. 

The Heart Research UK and Subway grant will be 
used by Health and Local Food for Families (HALFF) 
to set up The Heart Hub. 

A £10,000 grant to prevent heart disease sounds as 
if there is a growing problem and as if Axminster is 
closing in on Glasgow, which was dubbed UK Heart 
Attack Capital not too long ago. 

HALFF's Laura O'Rourke didn't want to dramatise 
things but said that, according to statistics, the levels 
of coronary heart disease and hypertension among 
residents in Axminster are above the UK average. 

She also said that the town has one of the highest 
levels of financial deprivation in East Devon, evi¬ 
denced by the recent launch of a foodbank in 
Axminster. 

"People on low incomes are pushed towards more 
filling but less nutritious food," she said. 

HALFF works to promote healthy eating in a num¬ 
ber of ways, including free cooking sessions for var¬ 
ious groups and ages of people 

Precise plans for The Heart Hub are being drawn up, 
and it is hoped the project will begin in earnest early 
next year. 

But it is already confirmed that HALFF will work 
with local health professionals and target both those 
already diagnosed with a heart-related problem and 
those at risk of developing one. 

Award for station 

RECENT improvements at Axminster Railway Sta¬ 
tion paid dividends at the 2012 National Rail Awards. 

Axminster triumphed by claiming the Best 
Medium Station of the Year title. Recent improve¬ 
ments include new automatic doors, a new toilet and 
full refurbishment of the existing toilets. 

This followed the addition of a second track and as¬ 
sociated facilities in December 2009. South West 
Trains station manager Glen Hatherley said: “This is 
great recognition for the team. As a key focal point 
for the local community in Axminster, we are deter¬ 
mined to keep building on this success and we’ll be 
making sure our award is displayed in pride of place 
at the station.” 

Axminster Town Council congratulated the station 
team through town clerk Hilary Kirkcaldie, who said: 
“Axminster Town Council is delighted to hear of this 
success and would like to congratulate all concerned 
for this deserved recognition of the excellent service 
provided by the staff at Axminster station.” 


2 year old Enzio 
andLexiare2year 
old brother and 
sister. They need to 
stay together as 
they have always 
been. Their owner 
had to move 
to rented 
accommodation 
and hated to hand 
them over. They 
are nice, happy 
cats. Enzio pictured 
and Lexi has some 
white bits. 




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Pulman’s View From, Tuesday, October 9th 2012 


From the editor’s chair 
Lucky to have rail link 


WHEN I first started out as a reporter I used to 
travel into work on the Bluebell Line between 
Lyme Regis and Axminster, catching the 6.30, and 
then going on to Honiton or Exeter. 

In fact, for a while, on the homeward journey I 
would bring back copies of the Express & Echo to 
Lyme Regis and deliver them on my way home. 

I had only been working a couple of months when 
Dr Beeching wielded his axe and the Axminster to 
Lyme Regis branch line was closed. I travelled on 
the very last train out of Axminster along with a 
number of civic dignitaries, including Donald 
Baker, who was chairman of Axminster Rural 
Council and Len Duke, who I think must have been 
chairman of Axminster Parish Council at the time. 

Had the Bluebell Line survived it would have 
been a marvellous tourist attraction today. There 
have been one or two brave attempts to get the line 
re-opened in some sort of fashion but it's never 
going to happen. 

I was reminded of those days when we heard last 


week that Axminster Railway Station has been 
judged the “Best Medium Station” in the country 
and it made me realise how lucky we are to have a 
rail link which continues to thrive. 

The upgrade of the station three years ago with a 
second track loop and the introduction of an hourly 
service to Exeter in one direction and London in the 
other has certainly improved its viability. 

I regularly travel to London by train and some¬ 
times buy a first class ticket so I can user my lap¬ 
top on the journey. First class travel is 
extortionately expensive but generally the trains 
are on time. 

I have just one complaint. If you travel early in the 
morning you get a free cup of coffee but later on 
you have to pay and on more than one occasion the 
train has been pulling into Clapham Junction, just 
one stop from Waterloo, before the refreshment 
trolley gets into first class. 

A minor point really. 


Philip Evans 


COLYTON HONITON 

No Post Office as Two volunteers are 
supermarket closes ‘diamond champs’ 


COLYTON convenience store Wilkies has closed after 
the company reportedly went into receivership. 

Wilkies Food Stores Ltd. is said to have gone into re¬ 
ceivership last week, with the Colyton shop in Mar¬ 
ket Place closing on Friday and putting a temporary 
stop to Post Office services in the town. 

Post Office services had been run from Wilkies 
since February when the previous office was threat¬ 
ened with closure when postmaster Tony Hibberd 
retired and moved the R.D. Hibberd & Son 
newsagaents shop across the road. 

A note on the door of Wilkies said that the Post Of¬ 
fice was “temporarily closed due to unforseen cir¬ 
cumstances” and encouraged residents to use 
nearby branches at Colyford, Seaton or Musbury. 

A notice said that Wilkies would be “closed until 
further notice” and Saturday’s newspapers had been 
piled up and left on the doorstep. 

It is believed staff were told of the company’s situ¬ 
ation the day before closure. 

Former postmaster Mr Hibberd, who now runs his 
newsagents just around the corner from Wilkies, 
said he believed the company had gone into re¬ 
ceivership. 

He added: “The biggest thing is going to be the Post 
Office. It’s terrible, awful really. I don’t know what 
they are going to do.” 

Colyton Parish Council chairman Andrew Parr said 
he was “shocked” to hear news of Wilkies closing, 
adding: “We didn’t have any clue what was happen¬ 
ing there. It’s very sad.” 


TWO Honiton residents are among a 60-strong 
group from the South and South West of England in¬ 
vited to a ceremony in Bristol where they will be de¬ 
clared Diamond Champions for their outstanding 
volunteer work. 

Mary Bolshaw, 69, and Victor Bowsher, 80, will 
travel to Bristol on October 25th and could progress 
to a meeting with Their Royal Highnesses The Prince 
of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall. 

Diamond Champions, run by the WRVS and sup¬ 
ported by Their Royal Highnesses as joint patrons, 
recognises the contribution that people over the age 
of 60 make through volunteering. 

Amanda Whitlock, area manager for WRVS, said: 
“They are truly deserving of the honour and it is jus¬ 
tified recognition of the selfless work they do in their 
communities to help others.” 

Mary's citation said: “Mary is a truly inspiring 
woman with her compassion and infectious enthu¬ 
siasm for helping people; she embodies the whole of 
Hospiscare’s values. She volunteers for over 30 
hours a week as driver, fundraiser, public speaker 
and caterer.” 

Victor's citation was equally glowing, saying: “Vic 
is a volunteer trustee and company secretary for 
East Devon Volunteer Support Agency (EDVSA). 
Vic’s affinity and knowledge around dementia is ex¬ 
traordinary. He easily transports you into the head 
of a dementia sufferer during his training sessions, 
giving those being trained such a valuable insight 
into the condition.” 


SIDMOUTH/ 

OTTERYStMARY 

Students support 
cycle campaign 

CYCLEWAY campaigners are hoping for a full house 
and committee volunteers when they stage a meet¬ 
ing at The King's School in Ottery on Thursday, Oc¬ 
tober 18th. 

The idea of creating a cycleway on the disused rail¬ 
way line between Feniton and Sidmouth (via Ottery 
and Tipton) has been on the agenda for a number of 
years. A group of local people have called a public 
meeting and hope to create a formal committee to 
take the project forward. 

District councillors Claire Wright and Roger Giles 
(both Independent) have joined forces with two 
teachers and students of The King's School. 

The two councillors visited the school earlier this 
year to talk about local government and the role of 
councillors. Students at the school were involved in 
the recently completed skatepark project, and the 
idea of getting involved with another project 
emerged. 

Councillor Wright said: "They were very keen for a 
new campaign to get behind, and decided the cam¬ 
paign for a cycleway was the one they wanted to 
support." 

A group of students attended a town council meet¬ 
ing in July, and work has gone on behind the scenes 
since. When attending Ottery Town Council's Octo¬ 
ber meeting, Councillor Giles announced: "A public 
meeting is to take place at The King's School at 7pm 
on Thursday, October 18th, in support of creating a 
cycleway on the disused railway line between Feni¬ 
ton and Sidmouth via Ottery and Tipton. 

Councillor Wright told Puhnan's View. "We are 
looking to give people more information and set up 
a committee. Providing a cycleway has been talked 
about for so many years. We are hoping lots of peo¬ 
ple will come." 

She added that the teachers involved are Jo Elliott 
and Jason Wood. Guest speakers at the meeting will 
include representatives of sustainable transport 
charity Sustrans and Culm Valley Cycle Trail. 


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SEATON 

Tourist Centre 
moves back home 

SEATON Tourist Information Centre (TIC) has moved 
back to its previous home next to Harbour Road Car 
Park, The Underfleet, after a three-year absence. 

The TIC relocated to the tramway because the 
building was to have been demolished to make way 
for the Seaton Gateway and Visitor Centre. 

But the latter has been delayed, which means that 
the TIC has been able to move back to its previous 
home until the gateway and visitor centre project 
progresses. 

The long-term plan is to make the TIC part of the 
gateway and visitor centre. 

Seaton Town Council is funding, running and man¬ 
aging the TIC, which moved ‘back home’ on Monday 
October 8th. 

Town clerk Tony Le Riche expects the TIC will re¬ 
main in the location until at least the end of next 
year. 



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Mural project back on 
track in a new home 


By Anders Larsson 

ander s(a)tindlenews .co.uk 


A COFFEE shop and a club commit¬ 
tee has rescued the previously home¬ 
less Axminster Arts Webster mural 
project. 

Efforts to spruce up the frontage of 
the dilapidated building have been 
well-documented. The middle sec¬ 
tion of the mural was completed and 
put in place in July, and Axminster 
Arts announced a one-month break 
so the artist in charge, Steve Fisher, 
could undergo a hip replacement. 

But the project became homeless at 
the same time and had to leave its 
studio opposite the former Webster’s 
site. Those involved with the project 
knew this could happen as they had 
access to the studio on a non-com¬ 
mercial basis and there were no hard 
feelings - but it was nevertheless a 
setback. 

A search for alternative premises 
started, and project co-ordinator Tim 
Leat made the following announce¬ 
ment on Wednesday, October 3rd: 
"The proprietors of Route 66 in 
Axminster and the committee of 
Axminster Drama Club (ADC) have 


come to the rescue of the Webster 
Art Project. 

"Steve has now taken up temporary 
residence in the Plaza, the home of 
Axminster Drama Club, and has al¬ 
ready prepared several boards ready 
for public painting and is now busy 
working away at the Plaza on others. 

"Axminster Arts are really grateful 
for the space provided but this is 
only a temporary solution as the club 
has already started building their set 
for their next production and will 
soon need more space. 

"For the moment however the 
ADC set makers are happy to work 
side by side with Steve and give him 
the help he needs in getting the proj¬ 
ect going again. 

"Gina and Kirk King from Route 
66 have also very kindly come for¬ 
ward with the most generous offer of 
using Route 66 Express for public 
painting sessions. 


"Steve plans to be in residence 
most weekday afternoons and there 
will be plenty of opportunity to get 
involved with painting a part of 
Axminster. 

"This is a really generous offer and 
we are most grateful to them for 
helping us out in our hour of need. 

"Once all the current blank boards 
have been completed, these will then 
be put back in place. 

"Steve is also at present in discus¬ 
sion with several groups about how 
they can get involved so it really is 
all systems go now for the project. 

"Mr and Mrs King decided to offer 
their premises after having read 
about the project's plight. They said: 
"It is a good venture and good for the 
town. It felt like a good thing to do." 

More details about the public ses¬ 
sions will be announced in due 
course. 



■ FIRST EXHIBITION: Pamela Wilson, Sylvia Elsbury, Yvonne and Keith Barnes, Dorothy Davie and 
Rosa Shrubsall 


A GROUP of like-minded people, several of them re¬ 
tired teachers who got to gather to socialise and 
paint, are holding their first exhibition this month. 

Nine members of the 17-strong Millwey Art Group, 
from Axminster, will be exhibiting their work in a 
month-long show at the Cafe Gallery and Bistro in 
Chard. 


The work is in a range of styles including oils, 
enamels, pastels and watercolours. Among the 
painting is a set of carved relief work of the Green- 
man and Celtic knotwork. 

This is a well balanced exhibition and caters to 
most tastes, appropriate for a restaurant setting, 
and can be viewed until the end of October. 


Aiming for healthy hearts in Axminster 


■ FROM PAGE 1 

up, and it is hoped the project will 
begin in earnest early next year. 

But it is already confirmed that 
HALFF will work with local health 
professionals and target both those 
already diagnosed with a heart-re¬ 
lated problem and those at risk of de¬ 
veloping one. 

The emphasis will not only be on 
food, but on healthy lifestyles as a 
whole, including physical activities. 
Teenage girls will also be targeted 
and offered to attend a six-week 
cooking and street dance course. 
Teenage girls will be targeted be¬ 


cause HALFF says that they are 
more prone to give up sports at that 
age than boys. 

A Heart Research UK spokesper¬ 
son said: "Residents of Axminster 
will be given the opportunity to put 
their health into focus through a 
range of activities. 

"They will be able to access infor¬ 
mation and simple healthy recipes 
that tie in with seasonal fruit and 
vegetables. 

"A community Heart Hub cham¬ 
pion will deliver cookery demonstra¬ 
tions and talks at local fairs and 
schools. 


"The programme will run for a year 
to increase knowledge of heart 
health, healthy cooking and physical 
activity to provide people with the 
key knowledge, information and 
s ki lls to improve their long-term hear 
health." 

Although the programme won't 
start until next year, Laura encour¬ 
aged anyone with concerns about 
their diet/lifestyle to get in touch 
straight away. 

More information about HALFF is 
available from its shop in South 
Street or online at www.halff.org.uk 















































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www.axminster-today.co.uk 


Tuesday October 9th 2012 


Scarecrows take over school 



■ THEATRICAL: Cast members and pupils impersonate scarecrows on stage. Pupils at Axminster Primary School 
ditched their uniforms on Friday, October 5th and came in dressed as scarecrows instead. The school was visited 
by Theatre Alibi whose cast members gave Cabbage Heart, described as “an inspiring and magical adventure with 
music, puppetry and art created live on stage”. 


Improvements help station win award 


RECENT improvements at Axmin¬ 
ster Railway Station paid dividends 
at the 2012 National Rail Awards. 

Axminster triumphed by claiming 
the Best Medium Station of the Year 
title. Recent improvements include 
new automatic doors, a new toilet 
and full refurbishment of the exist¬ 
ing toilets. 

This followed the addition of a sec¬ 
ond track and associated facilities in 
December 2009. South West Trains 


station manager Glen Hatherley 
said: “This is great recognition for the 
team. As a key focal point for the 
local community in Axminster, we 
are determined to keep building on 
this success and we’ll be making 
sure our award is displayed in pride 
of place at the station.” 

Axminster Town Council congratu¬ 
lated the station team through town 
clerk Hilary Kirkcaldie, who said: 
“Axminster Town Council is de¬ 


lighted to hear of this success and 
would like to congratulate all con¬ 
cerned for this deserved recognition 
of the excellent service provided by 
the staff at Axminster station. 

“The hourly service and station- 
upgrade introduced three years ago 
are greatly appreciated by local peo¬ 
ple.” 

The winner was selected following 
a secret visit to each of the short¬ 
listed stations. 


Rare bat found 

UNIVERSITY of Exeter scientist Dr Fiona Mathews has 
discovered one of Britain’s rarest mammals living in East 
Devon. 

Members of the public were treated to a surprise close- 
encounter with the Grey long-eared bat, believed to be 
one of only 1,000 individuals in the country, at an event 
organised by East Devon District Council’s Countryside 
Service at the Axe Estuary Wetlands. 

The bat evening was part of a regular Wet and Wild 
Weekend - a celebration of the wildlife of the Axe Estu¬ 
ary Wetlands attracting nearly 500 people. 

Dr Mathews and fellow bat-enthusiast Adrian Bayley 
had set up mist nets so that people could meet some of 
the animals they were hearing on bat detectors, and were 
amazed to find the country’s rarest bat. 

There are only six known breeding colonies of Grey 
long-eared bats in the UK. This discovery potentially 
links an isolated group near Newton Abbot with colonies 
in Dorset and the Isle of Wight. 

Dr Fiona Mathews said: “I immediately suspected that 
this was a Grey long-eared bat, and to share the excite¬ 
ment with so many people at a public event was fantastic. 

“I have found small numbers of these bats before a few 
miles away, but this find of a recently-lactating animal 
shows us that the bats are breeding here. 

“With funding from the East Devon Area of Outstand¬ 
ing Natural Beauty Partnership, I was able to radio-tag 
the bat and find her roost.” 

Dr Mathews is now following the bat’s movements and 
has found it foraging for moths over the wetlands and in 
the pastures around Colyford, north of Seaton. 

Grey long-eared bats feed largely on moths which they 
find using their enormous ears. 


‘Good’ grade 

AXMINSTER Primary School has gone 
from being a satisfactory school to a good 
one, according to an OFSTED report. 

The school was inspected at short notice 
on September 13th and 14th, and the overall 
effectiveness of the school was graded 
Good. Inspectors use a four-step grading 
scale from 1 (Outstanding), 2 (Good), 3 (Re¬ 
quires Improvement) to 4 (Inadequate) 
when looking at various aspects of schools. 

The grading system has changed since 
the previous inspection, when overall ef¬ 
fectiveness of the school was deemed to 
be Satisfactory - a grade no longer avail¬ 
able. 

After the two-day visit in September this 
year, lead inspector Alex baxter wrote: “The 
school has made year-on-year improve¬ 
ment since the previous inspection under 
the strong leadership of the experienced, 
well-respected headteacher. 

“The school's distinctive approach to de¬ 
veloping pupils’ personal and social skills 
strongly promotes pupils’ good behaviour, 
attendance and enjoyment of school. It is 
not yet an Outstanding school because, al¬ 
though continuing to improve, pupils’ 
progress in Key Stage 1 is not yet as rapid as 
it is in Key Stage 2, especially in mathemat¬ 
ics.” 

Headteacher Tony Harvell is already look¬ 
ing to the future and told parents: “Staff, 
governors and the parent council will be 
analysing the report and preparing plans for 
our next step to take our school to Out¬ 
standing. We would welcome any com¬ 
ments from parents to help us on this 
journey and urge you to make your views 
known to us.” 

The report is available in full online at 
www.ofsted.gov.uk/inspection- 
reports/find-inspection- 
report/provider/ELS/113059. 



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AXMINSTER Arts will run a new 
set of workshops, to be led by local 
artist Darrell Wakelam, during the 
October half-term holiday. 

Inspired by Pirates of the 
Caribbean and Halloween, the plan 
is to produce a spooky skeleton pi¬ 
rate as well as individual projects 
which can be taken home at the end 
of each day. 

Tim Leat of Axminster Arts said 
workshops will be held on Monday, 
October 29th and Tuesday, October 
30th. 


He added: “Spaces are going to be 
limited and you are advised to book 
early. Plans are being made to 
hopefully hold some form of Hal¬ 
loween Party the following day so 
the spooky pirate can be seen in the 
dark. 

“With Darryl’s expert supervi¬ 
sion, knowledge and enthusiasm 
these workshops give excellent 
value for money and a chance for 
children to be involved in a real fun 
activity whatever the weather. 

“Workshops start at 9.30am and 


finish at 3pm but children can be 
left at 9am and collected at 3.30pm 
if wished. Anyone taking part needs 
to bring a packed lunch with them.” 

The cost is £12.50 for each day 
and it is possible to book for one or 
both days. 

A booking form can be collected 
from the arts cafe in Church Street 
or by emailing Norrlet@aol.com. 

For more information, call either 
the cafe during opening hours on 
01297 631455 or Tim Leat on 
01297 35187. 


Library offers gym voucher 


EVERYONE who joins Axminster 
Library in October will be offered 
a voucher waiving the £25 joining 
fee at Axe Valley Sports Centre. 

The incentive is part of Devon 
County Council's (DCC) Active Life 
Active Mind campaign to help 
people improve their general 
health and well-being. 

October will see various fitness 


and well-being initiatives in all 50 
of DCC's static libraries. 

Dr Virginia Pearson, joint execu¬ 
tive director of Public Health for 
NHS Devon and DCC, said: "Li¬ 
braries are well placed to deliver a 
wide range of information, advice 
and events to their local popula¬ 
tion, and these taster sessions will 
provide a flavour of the kind of ac¬ 


tivities available to promote a 
healthier mind and body through 
making positive lifestyle choices." 

To see the full programme, visit 
www.devon.gov.uk/activelife2012 
.pdf or contact your local library. 

Axe Valley Sports Centre mem¬ 
bership information is available 
online atwww.ledleisure.co.uk. 



MEDALLISTS: The winning families with carnival committee chairman Keith King (back row, left) and Penny 
Davis (back row, right) of Axminster Library. The Somers, Macdonald and Chenery/Beviss families claimed the 
podium spots and £20, £15 and £10 respectively in Axminster Library's carnival quiz. All three families scored 
nine out of ten points, so a deciding draw was required. The Somers family won, followed by the Macdonalds and 
Chenere/Beviss families. Axminster Carnival Committee sponsored the competition and its chairman, Keith 
King, presented the winning families with their prizes on Tuesday, October 2nd 



















































NEWS FROM AXMINSTER 


www.axminster-today.co.uk 


Tuesday, October 9th 2012 


Free school application ready 


By Anders Larsson 

ander s(a)t indlene ws .co.uk 


AN application to open a 
free school, most likely in 
Axminster, will be sub¬ 
mitted to the Department 
for Education in Decem¬ 
ber or January. 

The plan is to gain per¬ 
mission and open the 
doors to Three Counties 
Free School in September 
2014. 

As previously reported, 
a group of parents joined 
forces with a charity 
named School Governors’ 
One Stop-Stop Shop 
(SGOSS) to take the proj¬ 
ect forward. They aim to 
base the school in or near 
Axminster and serve East 
Devon, West Dorset and 
South Somerset 

One of the parents in¬ 
volved, Katrina Buckle, 
said: “The Three Counties 
Free School Campaign is 
for a small, homely all- 
through school based on 
tutor groups of around six 
or eight organised accord¬ 
ing to development stage 
and peer compatibility 
rather than age. 

“Instead of providing 
‘special educational needs 


support’ as an add-on in a 
mainstream, non-special 
school setting, the vision 
is to facilitate the child’s 
intrinsic desire to learn 
and to support each child 
as an individual with his 
or her own learning style, 
pace, motivations and in¬ 
terests. 

“A formal application 
will be submitted to the 
Department for Education 
between December 17th 
and January 4th. "The 
proposed opening date is 
September 2014.” 

The parents involved 
have been boosted by sup¬ 
port from senior education 
leaders. Katrina said: “A 
fantastic additional boost 
to our project is the news 
that Elizabeth Steinthal, 
head of Educare Small 
School in south London, 
has generously agreed to 
support our development 
work towards achieving 
the reality of Three Coun¬ 
ties Free School. 

“Educare Small School 
is a philanthropic initia¬ 
tive funded by Elizabeth 
and her husband. And not 


only that. 

“Naomi Clarke, head of 
Southlands School in Hamp¬ 
shire, has also generously 
agreed to lend her support 
and considerable expertise in 
order to help us towards 
achieving a successful bid 
for our free school. 


“I am over the moon with 
our good fortune in attract¬ 
ing the support and commit¬ 
ment from three individuals 
of such calibre, and this 
practical demonstration of 
their absolute belief in our 
vision, values and aims says 
more than any words can.” 


A Department for Educa¬ 
tion spokesperson previ¬ 
ously told Pulman's View : 
“Through the Free Schools 
Programme it is now much 
easier for talented and com¬ 
mitted teachers, charities, 
parents and education ex¬ 
perts to open schools to ad¬ 


dress real demand within an 
area. 

“The first free schools 
opened in September 2011.” 

For more information visit 
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3countiesfreeschool/ and 
www.education.gov.uk/frees 
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News brie fs 


A HANDBAG was stolen from a car 
parked in Trinity Hill Road, near Axmin¬ 
ster. 

A car window was smashed at about 
7am on Tuesday, October 2nd and the 
handbag taken. 

Among other things, it contained bank 
cards. 

Anyone with information is asked to 
call the constabulary switchboard on 
101 . 

The crime reference is KA/12/498. 

CARDS for Good Causes - which sells 
charity Christmas cards across the UK 
— will open its Axminster shop on 
Wednesday, October 17th in at Axmin¬ 
ster Parish Church by kind permission of 
the rector and churchwardens. 

The trading hours will be: 9.30 am-4 pm 
(Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Satur¬ 
day) and 10.30 am-4 pm (Tuesday, Fri¬ 
day). 

MEMBERS of Axminster Art Society are 
currently exhibiting at Axminster Arts 
Cafe. 

The exhibition runs until November 
10th and Jenny Fells of Axminster Arts 
Society said: “Axminster Arts Society 
are a mixed bunch, mainly amateurs but 
with a few semi-professionals and 
some definitely-professionals. 

“This is the first exhibition at the arts 
cafe for many years.” 

Axminster Arts Society may be con¬ 
tacted through its website at 
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by telephone on 01460 221088. 




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Beer get silver award at Bloom presentation 


By Laura Goldsbury Noy 

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BEER villagers are celebrating 
after yet more success at this year’s 
South West In Bloom Competition. 

The group picked up another sil¬ 
ver gilt certificate in the Cox Cup 
category at an awards presentation 
in Weston-super-Mare. 

Attending the presentation was 
chairman, Ursula Makepeace, 


alongside village supporters of the 
group - John & Diane Lang and 
Trevor & Jean Wood. 

The village was visited in July by 
Bloom judges, Kim Parish and 


Steve Clampin, and points were 
awarded with 30 per cent focused 
on gardening achievement, 30 per 
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participation. 

Judges were impressed with the 
village stating that it was strong in 
its horticultural achievement, with 
a ‘real wow’ in the church gardens, 
excellent private gardens and the 
centre set off with lots of colourful 
tubs and baskets. 

Points also poured in for the sus¬ 
tainable Beer Bag project, as well 
as the streets being clean and free 
from litter and graffiti. 

Judges enjoyed meeting a num¬ 
ber of local community groups and 
organisations during their visit too, 
particularly praising Beer Primary 
School and local groups for their 
community involvement and links 
with the Bloom competition and 
naming Pecorama ‘a gem’. 

However, improvements are still 
needed if the village is to boost to 
a gold certificate level next year. 

Areas mentioned included work¬ 
ing on the beach area and present¬ 
ing this to the Bloom competition 
next year, promoting activities 


such as the Beer Bioblitz and vol¬ 
unteer work more thoroughly and 
a more consolidated explanation of 
how the community groups 
fundraise and support Beer in 
Bloom. 

Judges also raised the issue of 
working more closely EDDC so 
areas which are not under the com¬ 
mittee’s control are tidied and well 
looked after before the judges visit, 
as well as ensuring the route is on 
the day. 

Alongside the silver gilt certifi¬ 
cate, a number of village premises 
were awarded the Royal Horticul¬ 
tural Society’s ‘It’s Your Neigh¬ 
bourhood’ awards. 

There are five levels attainable 
from Level One (Establishing) to 
Level Five (Outstanding). 

The following premises were 
awarded a certificate for their 
neighbourhood involvement: Beer 
Bomb Shelter - Level One (Estab¬ 
lishing) and Colebrooke House, 
Coco Beau, Dolphin Hotel, 


Seafood Platter, Beer Sailing Club 
and Charlie’s Yard - Level Two 
(Developing). 

Chairman of Beer Horticultural 
Society, Ursula Makepeace, said: 
“I am very pleased with the silver 
gilt, which according to the judges 
is a great achievement. 

“We have been offered help and 
advice by the South West in Bloom 
judges for which I am very grateful 
and this has helped during the 
process and aided our understand¬ 
ing of the marking scheme. 

“We are now very much looking 
forward to next year’s competition 
and are already coming up with 
some good ideas so that, maybe 
with a bit of luck, our award 
next year will be a gold certifi¬ 
cate.” 

If any of this year’s neighbour¬ 
hood award winners would like to 
compete again and attain a higher 
level, or if anyone would like to 
help with next year’s competition, 
contact Ursula on 01297 23377. 



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Matilda wins 
Bloom painting 
competition 

MEMBERS of the Seaton in Bloom Committee are 
celebrating after another successful year in the 
South West in Bloom competition. 

Seaton town councillors, Val Christmas and Gaynor 
Sedgwick, attended the South West in Bloom pres¬ 
entation day in Weston-super-Mare and were the 
proud recipients of two awards. 

The first was accepted on behalf of local youngster, 
Matilda Gaukroger, whose painting was selected as 
the winner of the 7-11 years category when the 
painting competition was judged locally, and was 
then entered into the South West competition. 

Despite hundreds of entries coming in from all over 
the South West, Bloom judges agreed that the paint¬ 
ing was of a very good standard and was awarded 
first place overall. 

The second certificate went to the Seaton in Bloom 
committee who achieved a Silver Gilt award in the 
competition. This was a very pleasing result for the 
new committee in their first year of competition. 

Members thanked all the willing volunteers who 
turned out in all sorts of weather to help beautify the 
town and those who sponsored the floral displays, 
which are such a feature of Seaton in the summer. 


■ STAFF at Seaton Social Club - 
Winston's - had a bumper morning 
of fundraising as they joined in the 
‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’ 
campaign in aid of Macmillan Cancer 
Support. 

The group sold a number of home¬ 
made cakes and served up teas and 
coffees throughout the morning at 
the club. 

The event was the first of its kind 
for the fundraising trio who raised 
£166 at the coffee morning and they 
were pleased with the support 
shown from the town. 

Organiser, Dessy Mileva said: “I 
would like to thank everybody for 
their support, which made the event 
a very successful day and I am 
pleased to know that every bit of 
money raised helps Macmillan Can¬ 
cer Support.” 

Organisers Barbara Codling, Dessy 
Mileva and Hazel Gray are pictured 
selling homemade cakes at the 
event 
















































SEATON & BEER NEWS 


www.seaton-today.co.uk 


Tuesday October 9th 2012 


Mary's dream became a reality 


A BEER villager had the surprise of her life when she 
returned home from a holiday to find her garden had 
been given a complete makeover. 

Much loved Beer lady, Mary Hawker, has hoped for 
a better garden for years and after suffering with skin 
cancer for just over a year and being given the all clear, 
friends wanted to give her a present to remember. 

After hearing about Mary’s hope for a nice garden, 
close friend Jan Beavis decided to rally support for 
Mary and give her something back after her work with 
the community and friendship over the years. 

Whilst Mary took a much needed break and holiday 
to Kefalonia, villagers appeared in great numbers to 
help with the garden transformation, donating plants, 
wood, and money towards the makeover as well as 
getting stuck in, digging, sawing and even just bring¬ 
ing the green fingered work force a cup of tea. 

Alongside around 30 villagers who contributed to the 
garden, local businesses and organisations also helped 
make Mary’s dream come true. 

Bradford’s sponsored decking, Eden Vale provided 
turf, Alan Bright Saw Mill s of Honiton donated wood 
and Otter Nurseries helped to provide plants and bright 
flowers to keep the garden blooming. 

Jan explained: “It has been Mary’s dream for quite 
some time to have a garden which she can sit in and 
enjoy and, after she mentioned it, I knew I had to make 
her dream come true. 

“When I first mentioned it to some of my other 
friends I thought they were going to shoot down the 
idea straight away but it was quite the opposite and 
soon everyone wanted to help. 

“I have been overwhelmed by how kind people have 
been and it just shows how well-liked Mary is in the 
village and how people want to help her and give her 
something to enjoy after her illness in the past year. 

“It has been two weeks of my life I have given up 
for another and it feels so rewarding and brilliant to 
give Mary this gift from us as a village. 

“I would like to thank everyone who supported the 
idea from friends to the wider local community and to 
all the businesses who saw the good in our work and 
wanted to help. Without everyone’s support we could 
not have done this for such a lovely lady.” 

Mary already had a summerhouse at the top of her 
garden, which she loved to sit in, so the huge village 
work force decided to work around Mary’s ‘villa’ and 
created a haven for her to enjoy. 

As well as levelling out the whole garden with dif¬ 
ferent sections of grass and gravel, Mary now has a 
stunning swing chair, decking, a water feature and a 
beautiful bed of plants, which are already blooming. 

Arriving home to a surprise gathering in her new gar¬ 
den, Mary was overwhelmed by the support and could 
not believe that villagers had contributed so much time 
and effort to helping her dream become a reality. 

Sipping champagne and celebrating in style with 
family and friends, Mary even had the chance to see 
for herself the many people who had helped with the 
project, with a washing line filled to the brim with 
hanging luggage labels, each with a title - ‘Mary’s 



By Laura Goldsbury Noy 

laura@pemedia.co.uk 

Dream, made with love 12th-27th September 2012’ 
and a message from those who contributed. 

Mary said: “I just cannot believe it and I am still in 
so much shock. 

“It is amazing, unbelievable and unimaginable that 
so many people would do this for me and I cannot 
thank everyone enough. 

“I have been asking about my garden for years and 
never thought I’d get the chance to see it looking so 
beautiful. It really is just incredible and it means the 
world to me to be able to sit and enjoy my garden. 

“Thank you to everyone who contributed towards 
my gift - you called it Mary’s dream and it is my 
dream come true.” 



■ CLOSE FRIENDSHIP: Mary Hawker (left) thanks 
her close friend Jan Beavis for coming up with the 
idea and organising the present of a lifetime 


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arrived home to a gathering of family and friends to 
be given the surprise of her life 

Beer gastro pub 
wins Taste of 
the West award 

THE Seafood Platter in Beer has been awarded the 
prestigious Taste of the West silver award for a 
second year running. 

Run by the Hunt family, the award winning gastro 
pub specialising in seafood has come on leaps and 
bounds in the past year, changing its name from the 
Barrel O' Beer and providing a warm, friendly and 
professional restaurant service. 

With a focus on local West Country produce and 
Lyme Bay seafood in particular, the Seafood Platter 
thrives on being a local high quality restaurant and 
fits the Taste of the West bill. 

All food and produce is locally sourced wherever 
possible and is made freshly on the premises, with 
an extensive produce list on every menu so 
customers can see where their food comes from. 

Supporting sustainability for both the environ¬ 
ment and the local food market, a major philosophy 
of the restaurant is supporting the ‘Fish Fight' and 
'Fish2fork' campaigns, serving only fresh fish and 
seafood from outh West waters, as well as only 
using free range, traditionally reared meats from 
local suppliers. 

Owner, Luke Hunt, said: “After changing our name 
from the Barrel O' Beer to the Seafood Platter- a 
name which I think really represents our fresh local 
seafood - we have been very pleased with the 
response. 

“For us to gain a silver award, particularly with our 
new name, is a fantastic lift for the team and a boost 
which we all needed after the hard work we have put 
in. 

“After having the business as a family for 22 years 
and then changing the name, it was a big step. But 
we are a strong team and we work closely with our 
specialised chefs Ollie and Matt making sure we 
have the best quality local produce, sourced respon¬ 
sibly, available on our menu." 





■ SILVER AWARD WINNERS: Luke Hunt alongside 
chefs Ollie Tipper and Matt Hartnell at the Seafood 
Platter are pleased to win a Taste of the West award 
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J Tuesday October 9th 2012 

Run debut 


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THE MINSTER CHALLENGE 


is hailed a success 


By Anders Larsson 

ander s(®tindlenews .co.uk 


ALMOST 170 runners 
took on swamp-like 
footpaths, country 
lanes, fields, wooded 
areas and hilly terrain 
during the inaugural 
Minster Challenge in 
Axminster. 

Organised by Axe Val¬ 
ley Community College, 
the main run of seven 
miles and the fun run of 
three miles, attracted a 
total of 168 participants. 

Both runs were 
started in an unconven¬ 
tional way with a blast 
from an authentic Aus¬ 
tralian didgeridoo. 

Jacob Clode, aged 14, 
was first to cross the 
finishing line, recording a 
time of 22 minutes 25 
seconds to win the fun 
run. 

James Dean from Ex¬ 
eter Harriers won the 
main run in an equally 
impressive time of 47 
minutes 06 seconds. 

Axe Valley Community 
College headteacher 
Martin Smith was an en¬ 
thusiastic participant in 
the main run and com¬ 
pleted the course in one 
hour, seven minutes and 
22 seconds. 


Five other teachers 
from the college also 
completed the main run. 

Organiser Sara Feld¬ 
man said: “I am ab¬ 
solutely thrilled with 
how well this event 
went. 

“We had an over¬ 
whelming number of 
enthusiastic and hard¬ 
working parents, stu¬ 
dents, members of staff 
and volunteers from the 
community who all 
worked hard to make 
this event the success it 
was. 

“I would like to make 
this race an annual event 
going forward." 

In addition to the ex¬ 
citement of the race it¬ 
self, participants and 
spectators were treated 
to musical entertain¬ 
ment by the college's 
steel band, which per¬ 
formed in a marquee on 
the sports field. 

Karizma Majorettes 
were also on hand, not 
only to lead the runners 
off the field to the start¬ 


ing line with one of their 
marching dance rou¬ 
tines, but also to enter¬ 
tain spectators during 
the race. 

College spokesperson 
Wendy Cryer said: “Ex¬ 
perienced face painters 
created innovative de¬ 
signs on the faces of 
many of the younger 
spectators. 

The college's PTFA 
provided a huge assort¬ 
ment of home-baked 


cakes, a continuous 
supply of refreshments 
and freshly cooked 
bacon rolls." 

The chairman of gov¬ 
ernors, Graham God- 
beer, took on the role of 
prize presenter after the 
two races. 

Main run: First male 
runner - James Dean 
First female runner - 
Emma Hitchins, Runner 
up - Tim Lenton, First 
College student 
Matthew Morbey. 

Fun run: First male 
runner - Jacob Code, 
First female runner - 
Tasmin Edge. 



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■ TRIUMPH: James 
Dean has just received 
his gold medal from 
prize presenter Graham 
Godbeer under the su¬ 
pervision of race com¬ 
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■ THE congregation and supporters of Colyton Methodist Church raised £501.50 at a coffee morning on 
Saturday. The annual church event was held in Colyton Town Hall and included local produce and bric-a- 
brac stalls, games and the usual refreshments. Church treasurer Shirley Ashman said she was “very 
pleased” with the total raised, which will go towards general church funds. She added: “We are only a small 
church so there is only a few of us to do all the work. Thank you to all who came and supported us.” Pictured 
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Grammar School poet takes top 
prize at national ccompetition 


By student reporter 
Beckie Rutherford 

edit@pemedia.co.uk 

COLYTON Grammar School student Sarah Under¬ 
wood has been awarded first prize in a national poetry 
competition. 

Year 9 student Sarah, 13, from Axmouth, was 
named the 2012 winner of the Ted Hughes Young Poet 
Award in the 11-14 years category. 

The theme for this year was “Stages” and Sarah 
chose to explore the issue of children feeling con¬ 
stantly under surveillance. 

She said: “It’s mostly about how babies observe the 
adults around them - but with a twist.” 

The young poet’s entry “My Life on a Stage” was 
praised by this year’s judge, Andrew McMillan, as “a 
very interesting, almost prose-poem with some really 
interesting lines. It felt very real and honest, but also 
very mature”. 

Sarah has been invited to The Ted Hughes Festival 
in West Yorkshire on October 19th, where she will re¬ 
ceive her £100 prize money and also have the chance 
to read her winning poem. 

On hearing the news of her success, she said: “I can’t 
believe that my poem was chosen out of thousands of 
entries -1 am so pleased to have won.” 



■ YOUNG POET: Colyton Grammar School student 
Sarah Underwood has scooped a national prize for her 
poetry 


Car overturns at Stafford Cross 


A CAR overturned on the A3052 at Stafford Cross, 
Colyton, on the morning of Tuesday, October 2nd. 

The one-car accident happened at about 
9.45am. 

A spokesperson for the fire and rescue service 


said: “Upon arrival crews confirmed a one-vehicle 
road traffic collision on a public highway with ve¬ 
hicle on its roof. 

“All persons were free and clear of vehicle upon 
arrival of fire service personnel." 


Christmas donations for ShelterBox 


RESIDENTS of Colyton and Colyford have been offered 
the chance to make a Christmas donation to Shelter- 
Box rather than sending Christmas cards. 

Last year, £812.10 was collected from the area to 
help families affected by disasters around the world. 

Those wishing to make a donation instead of 
sending cards to friends can have their name in¬ 


cluded in the Chuch and Community newsletter, 
with the message “with best wishes for a happy 
Christmas to all my local friends", by filling out the 
form in this month's edition. Donations are being 
collected by Tony Hibberd at R.D. Hibberd & Son 
newsagents in Market Place. 

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NEWS FROM THE VILLAGES 


Headteacher thanks 
‘parent power’ for 
helping out at school 

FENITON Primary School’s headteacher Colin But¬ 
ler has thanked members of the village and parents 
who helped during the school’s fund-saving Work 
Day on Saturday, October 6th. 

The school regularly holds Work Days where it 
asked members of the public and parents of pupils 
to help with manual work around the school 
grounds. 

The initiative saves the school from spending un¬ 
necessary money hiring workmen to carry out the 
work. 

This time around parents helped with gardening 
tasks around the school playground and main en¬ 
trance area. 


Escot’s red squirrel 
successfully breeds 

ESCOT, at Fairmile near Ottery St Mary, is home the 
its first litter of Red Squirrels. 

Escot Park's walkthrough enclosure is the second 
only in the UK designed specifically to home free 
range red squirrels in a protected environment from 
American grey squirrels (which carry but are im¬ 
mune to, the deadly squirrel pox virus). 

The enclosure has just passed its first birthday 
and to mark the occasion, its single female Hazel 
had her first litter, producing two kits. 

The unique aspect of this breeding is the open 
topped natural enclosure with mixed woodland and 
two oak trees which are older than 250 years. This 
could provide an opportunity for the reds to avoid 
extinction which is otherwise predicted within the 
next 20-30 years on mainland Britain. 

As funds become available through donation and 
sponsorship Escot will build a bespoke breeding fa¬ 
cility to sustain the population here and eventually 
provide squirrels for reintroduction programs else¬ 
where. 


Story of airfield's role to be told through video 


By Anders Larsson 

ander s(a)t indlene ws .co.uk 


DUNKESWELL Airfield 
and its role in World War II 
will be told through an on¬ 
line video. 

The project is run by the 
Blackdown Hills Area of 
Outstanding Natural 
Beauty Partnership and 
was made possible thanks 
to a grant of £39,600 from 
the Heritage Lottery Fund 
(HLF), together with fund¬ 
ing from Devon County 
Council and Dunkeswell 
Parish Council. 

People in the Blackdown 
Hills are being invited to 
get involved with the proj¬ 
ect. 

Designed for children 
and families, the project 
will tell the stories of a 
community at war 70 years 
ago and the impact that the 
wartime construction of 
the airfield had on local 
life. 

It will also show how the 
shape of the landscape 
gave the Blackdown Hills 
unique strategic impor¬ 
tance. 

Produced by digital film 
company Dream Machine 
Media, which is based 
nearby, the project seeks to 
link the memories of local 
people who experienced 
the war with those who 
served and died fulfilling 
Dunke swell’s vital 

wartime role. 


Dream Machine pro¬ 
ducer Dr Phil Hall, who is 
working with local volun¬ 
teers including school chil¬ 
dren and history groups, to 
tell the stories for a new 
audience, says he has 
rarely encountered such 
rich and varied experi¬ 
ences. 

He said: “Many of the 
people we are speaking to 
were themselves children 
during the war, and share 
our passion for ensuring 
that future generations un¬ 
derstand the contribution 
that Dunkeswell played 70 
years ago”. 

Commenting on HLF’s 
support for the project, act¬ 
ing head of South West, 
Richard Bellamy, said: 
“Dunkeswell played a key 
role in the defence of 
wartime Britain, as a base 
for both RAF and US air¬ 
men. 

“Seventy years on, we 
were very pleased to be 
able to help with this proj¬ 
ect, which will ensure that 
the stories of both the serv¬ 
ice personnel based in the 
area and the existing local 
community of the period 
can be captured for the fu¬ 
ture and appreciated by 
generations to come.” 


It is planned that the in¬ 
formation collected 
through the project will be 


available for free, and in 
formats compatible with 
personal computers, iPads, 
and smart phones, making 
it accessible to a wide and 
varied audience. 

The team are looking to 


capture the memories of 
anyone who lived or 
worked around the airfield 
during or shortly after the 
war. 

They are particularly in¬ 
terested in old photographs 


or other records that can 
help illuminate the story. 

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out more, contact Phil on 
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■ THE school council at Offwell Primary School has chosen to support the King’s Centre Food Bank as its charity 
this year. Teresa Hawkes visited the school and spoke to the children about the food bank, giving them an insight 
as to what happens to the food contributions received. At the recent harvest service a huge selection of tins, 
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■ CATENIAN CHEQUE: Past Catenian president Peter Westoby (right) presenting the cheque to Stephen Zenda 
at a recent meeting 


AXMINSTER'S past Catenian 
president Peter Westoby recently 
presented a cheque for £373.20 
from the President’s Charity Fund, 
to Stephen Zenda, coordinator for 
Chard Project Zimbabwe (CPZ). 

The project supports the educa¬ 
tional needs for disadvantaged 
children in Zimbabwe. 

Speaking at the presentation, 
Stephen said: “The funds will go a 
long way towards supporting 
some of the poor children in Zim¬ 


babwe who are victims of years of 
political and economical instability. 

“I would like to thank my fellow 
Axminster Catenians for the con¬ 
tinued support of CPZ and look 
forward to extending my appeals 
to other circles in the near future.” 

Stephen Zenda can be contacted 
on 01460 66793 or 

zendasl(a)yahoo.co.uk and dona¬ 
tions can also be sent direct to 
Chard Project Zimbabwe, Charita¬ 
ble Aid Foundation, account num¬ 


ber 56049746, 25 Kings Hill Av¬ 
enue, Kings Hill, West Mailing, Kent, 
ME19 4TA 

Catenians are Catholic men who 
meet regularly for social activities 
- often with their families. 

They are part of an international 
organisation with over 10,500 
members, who recently cele¬ 
brated their Centenary. 

Members of Axminster Cateni¬ 
ans are drawn from East Devon, 
West Dorset and South Somerset. 


Travel is theme at men’s 
meeting of Probus club 


FORTY years in one business is be¬ 
coming something of a rarity but 
Chris Smith of Bath Travel has 
achieved it and is looking forward to 
at least another 10, as he told mem¬ 
bers of Axminster Probus Club at 
their October meeting. 

His career started when he joined 
a travel agent in the Isle of Man 
when he was offered a starting 
salary of £5 per week. 

What the proprietor failed to men¬ 
tion was that this rate would be un¬ 
changed for the next five years! 

He moved to Devon, joining Tap¬ 
per’s Travel until it merged with 
Bath Travel in 2007. 

During these years he has travelled 
to 50 countries, sailed on 27 cruise 
ships and crossed continents by bus 
yet, strangely, has never been to 


New Zealand or to South America. 

Next month he makes his first visit 
to Cambodia and Vietnam - desti¬ 
nations which would have been un¬ 
thinkable 40 years ago. 

As times change and old conflicts 
fade, administrations are beginning 
to realise the benefits which tourism 
can bring. 

Chris instanced some of the many 
other changes which have taken 
place over the years. 

Air travel has now been deregu¬ 
lated allowing new lines to spring 
up and cheap fares to become avail¬ 
able for all; this has resulted in 
flights to local destinations which 
were not previously possible. 

High taxation is now a serious bur¬ 
den on travellers and natural disas¬ 
ters have a greater impact as more 


people travel, though travel agents 
drop their competitive natures to act 
together in such cases. 

Looking to the future he forecast 
that new venues such as Libya and 
Burma would prove to be popular 
destinations. 

In the discussion, which followed 
his talk, he dealt with many of the 
worries of would-be travellers and 
showed how blips in expectations 
could be compensated in certain cir¬ 
cumstances - particularly where 
packages are involved. 

The Axminster Probus Club for 
retired and semi-retired business 
and professional men meets at the 
Kilmington Cafe, Bistro and Motel 
on the A35 at Gammons Hill, on the 
first Tuesday of each month. 

For details call 01460 220528. 



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INSPIRING WOMEN 


COLYFORD WI met on Wednesday October 3rd 2012 
at 2.30 pm in the Memorial Hall. The meeting was very 
well attended and the group was pleased to welcome 
two new members. 

The guest speaker was Derek Wenn,well-known in the 
local area more for his Town Crier duties, rather than a 
pantomime dame - which was the theme of his talk for 
the afternoon. 


To add real flavour to the talk, Derek arrived dressed as 
a dame, much to the amusement of the members. 

Derek went on to regale stories and anecdotes of his role 
as a dame generating much laughter, the talk was con¬ 
cluded with an interesting questions and answers ses¬ 
sion. 

The next meeting, in the Memorial Hall, will be on 
Wednesday, November 7th, starting at 2.30pm. 





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Tuesday October 9th 2012 


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FEATURES 


Pulman’s View 

- from the ■ 

churches 

With NIGEL SPELLER 


TOP of our readers’ view this week is almost certainly the lack of news of the next 
Archbishop of Canterbury. 

Indications are that the name of the next head of the world’s 77 million Anglican 
Christians could still take weeks to resolve, so do watch this spot. 

John Streeting wrote last week about the recent Exeter Diocese Clergy Confer¬ 
ence. To follow, this month, comes the 13th National Conference for 
Deaneries,with the theme “The Shape of Things to Come”, focussing on re-ener¬ 
gising mission and ministry in the Church of England. This conference is particu¬ 
larly for the lay officers of Deaneries - from the whole of England. Attendance 
exceeded 100. A further report follows next week. 

In Devon, Anglican Lay Ministers, known as Readers, have their annual licensing 
service in Exeter Cathedral to come on Saturday October 20th at 2.30pm. Readers 
who have completed training will be licensed at this service which is open to all, 
especially supporters. 

The Bishop of Exeter has announced that Her Majesty has agreed that the new 
Bishop of Crediton is to be Prebendary Nick McKinnel, currently Rector of the 
Minster Church of St Andrew in Plymouth and St Paul Stonehouse. 

He will be responsible for Anglican Churches in North and East Devon. He has 
spent 25 years in Exeter Diocese, which included, Hatherleigh, Meeth, Exboume 
and Jacobstowe before moving to Plymouth. He is likely to be consecrated on St 
Andrew’s Day at Westminster Abbey. 

Exeter Cathedral is to host a Christmas Market on the Cathedral Green for three 
weeks from Friday, November 23rd to Sunday, December 16th. The market will 
end with the Exeter Nativity Procession to start the celebration of the birth of Jesus 
on the first Christmas Day. 

The theme for the annual Prison Fellowship Week is “Taking the Path to Life”. 
All aspects of prison ministry and support will be celebrated. Churches can be in¬ 
volved in a variety of ways on Sunday November 18th. Details at website www.pris- 
onfellowship .org .uk 

News just in is of a CofE parish buying service at website 
http//.parishbuying .org.uk, which offers savings to parishes of £1 million a year. 
Savings suggested include energy costs via 0800 980 3959. 

Exeter Diocese is producing a colour, glossy, 2013 Diocesan calendar/annual re¬ 
port funded by advertising. Copies are coming to all parishes and may be bought 
in bundles of five for £10 plus £4.50 P&P. 


Song bird decline due in part to predators 


country 

scene' 


Written by countryside 
correspondent 

Tony Jackson 



A GOOD friend who 
farms nearby writes to 
tell me that despite the 
dreadful weather we suffered 
this past summer, house mar¬ 
tins seemed to have fared well. 
Some 30 or so have been flying 
round his herd of milking 
cows, doubtless dining off any 
insects they disturb as the ani¬ 
mals graze. 

A keen and knowledgeable 
bird watcher, he has yet to spot 
a song thrush this year and sus¬ 
pects that sparrowhawks, of 
which he sees far too many, 
have largely been responsible 
for their demise. This year 
these hedgerow pirates killed a 
nesting pair of spotted fly¬ 
catchers on his farm and have 
also taken a pair of nesting 
pied wagtails. 

The sparrowhawks, says my 
friend, fly into the barns as 
quick as a flash and, with 
razor-sharp eyesight, snatch a 
victim, leaving only a puff of 
feathers on the ground to mark 
the death of another songbird. 

My friend is elderly but has a 
long memory and can recall 
with clarity the days in the 
1940s to the early ‘60s when 
wildlife was in reasonable bal¬ 
ance and relatively abundant, 
but then started slowly to de¬ 
cline until the end of the cen¬ 
tury when things seem to have 
got worse. So many people 
now living in the country, as¬ 
serts my friend, simply do not 
understand what is happening, 


and there are those, too, 
who just do not want to lis¬ 
ten and foolishly believe 
nature will exert a balance 
in the long run. 

There are, I am well 
aware, other issues, such 
as loss of habitat and ex¬ 
cessive use of pesticides, 
both of which which have 
contributed to the overall 
decline of so much of our 
garden and field bird life, 
but there is not the slight¬ 
est doubt, despite whatever 
the RSPB may say, that 
raptors, corvids, grey 
squirrels, badgers, foxes 
and cats have had, and are 
making, a highly signifi¬ 
cant impact on wild life. 

The RSPB hate to admit 
it for fear they may upset 
their massive membership, 
but they themselves exert 
control over foxes and 


corvids on their reserves, 
even though they keep it 
very quiet. This is an or¬ 
ganisation which receives 
a Government grant of £27 
million, some £28 million 
in legacies each year and 
£40 million from member¬ 
ship fees, yet it has done 
nothing to halt the decline 
of songbirds other than to 
try and lay the blame on 
farmers. 

I strongly believe that 
some form of control and 
management of the spi¬ 
ralling numbers of preda¬ 
tors is now required. Not 
eradication but simply rea¬ 
sonable control. 

Brownsea Island, Poole, 
is a precious gem set 
amidst a sea of decline. 
Not only does it hold a 
substantial and thriving 
population of red squirrels 


but it also has some 80 sur¬ 
viving smooth leaved 
elms, survivors of the 
Dutch elm disease of the 
1970s which wiped out 
nearly all these lovely 
trees on the mainland. The 
trees, believed to be the 
only such group of semi- 
mature elms in Dorset, 
were discovered in 2004 
following the rhododen¬ 
dron clearance and they 
are now under close watch 
following the discovery of 
two trees killed by the dis¬ 
ease in 2009. 

The disease takes the 


form of a fungus which 
spreads through the bark, 
affecting the water system 
into the leaf canopy. The 
disease is spread by the 
roots or by the elm bark 
beetle which bores into the 
bark to lay its eggs, pick¬ 
ing up spores from the fun¬ 
gus which are then spread 
to other trees. However, if 
an attack on a Brownsea 
Island elm is spotted, it is 
hoped that with careful 
pruning the tree may be 
saved and the disease pre¬ 
vented from spreading to 
the remaining elms. 


To contact Tony Jackson, 
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South Street, Axminster, 
Devon EX13 5AD or email 
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THE STUDIO 1ST ANNIVERSARY 


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Tuesday October 9th 2012 



The Studio 


celebrates first year 
of trading in Seaton! 


SINCE opening last October, the Studio 
has established itself as a provider of an 
exclusive and personal photographic serv¬ 
ice for the community, as well as carrying 
a unique range of quality gifts to suit 
everyone’s budget. 

In addition to selling a wide range of 
Richard Nash’s own photographs 
(richardnashphotography.com), we pro¬ 
vide the following services: 

1. Passport and identity photos - a per¬ 
sonal service that gives high quality re¬ 
sults. No longer will you be ashamed to 
show your passport picture! 

2. Restoration or enhancement of old pho¬ 
tographs - those tiny old photographs of 
yesteryear can often be restored and en¬ 
hanced making them something to treas¬ 
ure for now and for future generations. 

3. Putting your own photos onto canvas, 
wooden blocks or acrylic blocks. We 
guarantee highly competitive prices. 


Personal or family portraits 

More and more people have myriad photos stored 
away on their phone or computer, but that will never 
be a substitute for a quality portrait nicely mounted on 
the wall. Book a session for yourself or your family 
now! Packages start from as little as £35. 

Beautiful ways to display your 
photographs 

Many people enjoy seeing their pictures mounted on 
stretched canvas - we offer an excellent and affordable 
service in that area. However, we are now also able to 
offer pictures mounted on polished wood-based 
blocks, and behind acrylic blocks which look 
absolutely stunning. 

Seaton Christmas cards and 
calendars 

We have a range of beautiful cards and calendars for 
Christmas and 2013 in stock now. Ideal for sending to 
friends and family who are far away. 


Sale of photographs 
mounted on canvas 

For a limited period [10-20] October, 
we are having a sale of canvas mounted 
photos at giveaway prices. Some of 
them are slightly damaged, and others 
are simply older stock. Don’t miss the 
chance to get that picture you may have 
admired in the window! 


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And don't miss this 
invitation to our anniversary 
event 

On Saturday 27th October between 
10.00am and 3pm, the shop will be 
open with refreshments for you to 
discuss any of the above, and see the 
range of quality gifts including some 
exciting new stock items. 



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Garden Sundries including Compost Free Delivery over £10 

Happy to support Richard Nash (The Studio's) 
first year in business! 

9 Queen Street, Seaton 
Devon, EX12 2NY 

01297 20404 



Flowers of Distinction 

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Glad to support The Studio 
1st Anniversary celebrations 

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.11 Queen Street, Seaton, 
Devon EX12 2NY 
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Supporting The 
Studio (Richard 
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Mattress, Toppers and Pillows, Bedroom 
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Visit our website www.thereclinercompany.co.uk 
39 Queen Street, Seaton (opposite the Post Office) 
Tel: 01297 625353 

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Forum: It will only say 
what we have all along 


■ HOW many district 
councillors does it take to 
work out that Seaton town 
needs help to improve its 
viability? 

Answer. Seven! 

A forum of seven district 
councillors to tell us that 
the arrival of Tesco and 
the scale of the store (they 
seem surprised by that) 
has brought shoppers into 
town but not into the town 
shopping centre. 

Well! There's a surprise. 
Actually it’s not necessary 
to be a district councillor 
to work that out. Any one 
of us could have told them 
that, two or three years 
ago - without the need of 
a forum. 

The district council 
strikes again! Another 
stroke of genius. They 
refuse to remove the 
requirement that 40 per 
cent of the Seaton Quay 
Development should be 
provided as social housing 
on the former Racal site, a 
decision that went against 


the advice of their own 
officers (the professional 
part of EDDC as opposed 
to the amateur elected 
lot!) advice which was 
based on an independent 
assessment by no less a 
body than the District 
Valuer’s office. 

Moreover, this 

Conservative controlled 
district council is ignoring 
the Conservative 

Secretary of State for 
Communities and 

Government, Eric Pickles, 
who strongly encourages 
renegotiation of stalled 
developments. 

The Secretary of State 
has said he will strip local 
councils of the planning 
powers and hand them to a 
central planning 

inspectorate if they show a 


record of poor quality or 
slow decision making. 

This threat is designed 
to force councils living in 
“an economic la la land” 
to allow more house 
building in their arears. 

Can’t come soon enough 
as far as I'm concerned. 
With decisions like this 
Seaton is never going to 
be able to move forward. 

Then, as we all know, 
this is the same district 
council that is hell bent on 
obtaining planning 

permission - for and from 
itself - to re-develop the 
council offices and 
grounds at Knowle in 
order to move to purpose- 
built offices elsewhere. 

Any requirement for 
social housing will 
probably not figure in this 


particular planning 
application any more than 
it did in the 
redevelopment of the old 
Fortfield Hotel site. 

The present incumbents, 
our district councillors, 
take time and our money 
in forums and committees 
in order to reach 
decisions. 

The decisions are poor. 
They are not consistent. 
They are not informed. 

A lot of them are just 
plain perverse. It is not 
local government as I 
knew it. It has become 
local mismanagement by 
a group of people who 
don't listen to the advice 
of the trained and 
professional officers 
whose wages we pay and, 
worse still, they ride 


roughshod over local 
opinion. 

I, for one, sincerely hope 
Mr Pickles carries out this 
threat and strips this 
council of its planning 
powers - at least for 
starters. 

Any alternative has to be 
an improvement. 

Robin Pocock 
Conservative District 
Councillor EDDC 
1976-1984 
Colyford 


Thanks to the kind 
people of Honiton 

■ WE should like to express our the number will rise to a massive five 
gratitude to the kind people of Honiton million. 

who so generously supported our street Every penny donated by the people of 


collection on Saturday, September 22nd 
in aid of Diabetes UK. 

We reached a magnificent total of 
£107.11. 

Research into diabetes is increasingly 
important. 

At present, 2.9 million people in the 
UK are known to have the condition; if 
current trends continue, then by 2025 


Honiton has been sent directly to help 
fund a vital project of research into 
diabetes. 

Irene Warman (Mrs) 
Ian Warman (Dr) 
Diabetes UK Exeter and District 
Voluntary Group 
Ottery St Mary 


'You' made it a success 



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fray to your door... 


■ A HUGE thank you to all who helped 
to make the Hawkchurch Macmillan 
Cancer Support Coffee morning such a 
success. 

Thanks to the local businesses who 
gave raffle prizes (Fairwaterhead Hotel 
Millers Farm Market, Reflections 
Hairdressers, Wyld Meadow Farm, Old 
Inn Hawkchurch). 

Thanks also to the private donations of 
gifts and money, and to all who came on 


the day. 

And lastly, but my no means least, my 
thanks to all the help from family and 
friends, baking, and working in the 
kitchen, and on the floor! 

Together we raised over £800, a 
tremendous effort for a very worthy 


Maggie Stead 
by email 


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Beviss & Beckingsale 


SOLICITORS 


Beviss & Beckingsale secures Law Society's 
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Beviss & Beckingsale offices in East Devon and South 
Somerset have secured membership to the Law Society's 
Conveyancing Quality Scheme - the mark of excellence for the 
home buying process. 

Beviss & Beckingsale underwent rigorous assessment by the Law Society in 
order to secure CQS status, which marks the firm out as meeting high 
standards in property work. 

Law Society President Lucy Scott-Moncrieff said that the Law Society 
introduced CQS to promote high standards. 

"CQS has established itself as the quality mark of the home-buying sector 
and enables consumers to identify practices that provide a quality residential 
conveyancing service. With so many different conveyancing service providers 
out there CQS helps home-buyers and sellers seek out those that can provide 
a safe and efficient level of service." 

Mark Ollier, Senior Partner says: "Beviss & Beckingsale is delighted to have 


secured CQS status. Buying and selling a home can be a stressful time. 
Choosing a solicitor to help in that process just got easier. By looking for a 
CQS firm like Beviss & Beckingsale the public can seek out a firm that has 
proved its commitment to quality. The overall beneficiaries will be clients 
who use Beviss & Beckingsale when buying a home. They will receive a 
reliable, efficient service as recognised by the CQS standard." 

The scheme requires practices to undergo a strict assessment, compulsory 
training, self reporting, random audits and annual reviews in order to 
maintain CQS status. 

It is open only to members of the Law Society who meet the demanding 
standards set by the scheme and has the support of the Council of Mortgage 
Lenders, the Building Societies Association, Legal Ombudsman and the 
Association of British Insurers. 

For more information on the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme 
visit www.lawsociety.org.uk/cqs Or contact the CQS Unit on 020 7316 5550 
or CQS@lawsociety.org.uk 




Offices at: 

Axminster: 01297 630700 Chard: 01460 269700 Honiton: 01404 548050 Seaton: 01297 626950 

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Pulman’s View From, Tuesday, October 9th 2012 19 



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01297 598605 

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Ensure your injury rehabilitation has the best success using our 
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Sports Therapy 

Sports Therapy is an aspect of healthcare that is specifically 
concerned with the prevention of injury and the rehabilitation of the 
patient back to optimum levels of functional, occupational and 
sports specific fitness, regardless of age and ability. 

It utilises the principles of sport and exercise sciences incorporating 
physiological and pathological processes to prepare the client for 
training, competition and work. 

Although some physiotherapists focus on sports-related cases, 
sports therapy and rehabilitation is a separate profession, requiring a 
3 year intense study at university. It is concerned with musculo¬ 
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To sum up the work of a sports therapist: 

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Cancer Care fashion 
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October. 

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patron of the charity 


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How do I check my breasts? 


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• Changes in skin texture such as 
puckering or dimpling. 

• inverted nipple. 

• A lump or thickening of breast tissue. 

• Redness or a rash on the skin/around 
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• Discharge from one or both nipples. 

• Constant pain in breast or armpit. 

• Swelling in armpit/around collarbone. 


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www.breastcancercare.org.uk or call our Helpline on 0808 800 6000. 


Nobody knows your body like you do, so you're the best person to 
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Last year... 

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sought information or 
support from our web¬ 
site 

• 1.1 million copies of 
our expert publications 
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Win limited edition 
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AS part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Reflections 
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win GHD limited edition pink stylers when you have any 
colour service in October. We will automatically enter you 
in our competition, come in and book an appointment for 
your chance to win... 



loaded 

• we answered more 
than 13,000 calls to our 
Helpline and more than 
800 Ask the Nurse email 
queries 

• we reached 2,348 peo¬ 
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awareness talks 

• 4,000 people used our 
face-to-face or other 
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The number of people 
being diagnosed with 
breast cancer is increas¬ 
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survival rates are im¬ 
proving. This is probably 
because of more targeted 
treatments, earlier detec¬ 
tion and better breast 
awareness. 

The biggest risk factor, 
after gender, is increas¬ 
ing age - 80% of breast 
cancers occur in women 
over the age of 50. 

Breast cancer also af¬ 


fects men, but it’s rare - 
around 300 men are di¬ 
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Breast cancer is not 
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are several types of 
breast cancer. 

Not all breast cancers 
show as a lump, and not 
all breast lumps are 
breast cancer. 

Less than 10% of 
breast cancer runs in 
families, so having 
someone in your family 
with breast cancer does¬ 
n’t necessarily mean 
your own risk is in¬ 
creased. 


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Around 50,000 new 
cases of invasive and 
non-in vasive (DCIS)* 
breast cancer are diag¬ 
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UK. This October 
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at time of publication. 

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ST NICHOLAS Residential Care home 
has been re-registered by CQC on Fri¬ 
day 14th September to accommodate 
five residents instead of three, with the 
big demand of families wanting a small 
home for their relatives. 

The home has recently under gone an 
unannounced inspection by our regu¬ 
lators, Care Quality Commission 
(CQC), and the outcome was very 
good. 

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Seaton provides peace and tranquillity 
and security for up to five elderly resi¬ 
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home is in the beautiful Devonshire 
countryside in Seaton. 

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partner live on the premise which en¬ 
sures high standards are maintained. 

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mosphere, visitors often remark on 
how they are made to feel welcome at 
all times. 

There is well trained staff on duty day 
and night, and work very closely with 
the local doctors and district nurses. 

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gardens, with a fish pond and water 
fall, plenty of bird feeders to watch the 
wild birds, with our small holding, the 
residents enjoy watching our chickens, 
geese, lambs, and miniature pigs, 
which the residents help to feed, to pro¬ 
mote their independence and giving 
them stimulation and to live life as they 
choose. 

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to follow their chosen pursuits; we pro¬ 
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and day trips such as Bicton and Peco 


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and local events, local shows. 

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Andreas Boyde Recital 

St Paul's Church, Honiton, September 29th 2012, Review by Trevor Bolshaw 


The best local food at Honiton Country Market 


THIS recital was the second to be given in Honiton by 
the distinguished German Pianist Andreas Boyde. It was 
presented by the Joanna Leach Memorial Foundation 
supporting Hospiscare. Andreas generously gave his 
services without fee. 

The programme was made up of three of the most dif¬ 
ficult pieces in the Piano Repertoire. This was no obsta¬ 
cle, however, as this was arguably the best recital Andreas 
has presented so far. The immensely energetic playing 
which the Programme required was tempered with a sen¬ 
sitivity of style which turned what could have been sim¬ 
ply a demonstration of virtuosic technique into a musical 
performance of eloquence. 

The first item was Schubert’s ‘Wanderer’ Fantasy. 
Composed in 1822, this was the earliest item on the pro¬ 
gramme and the most harmonically conventional. The 
playing conjured up all the grandeur and drama which 
this piece presents also bringing out its more sublime mo¬ 
ments so typical of this composer. The pianist’s sound 
and crisp technique meant that we could clearly appreci¬ 
ate everything that happened. 

Next on the Programme was a total contrast, moving 
forward nearly 100 years to ‘Miroirs’ by Maurice Ravel. 
Composed in 1905, this music was regarded as radical 
and avant garde. This 5 movement highly descriptive 
work requires the pianist to have exceptional control of 
his instrument to obtain all the wonderful harmonic ef¬ 
fects which Ravel uses to describe widely varying musi¬ 
cal scenes , from Sad Birds to Bells ringing across a 
valley. These musical images were brought out clearly 
for us and needed little imagination on our part to appre¬ 
ciate them. This reviewer particularly liked the atmos¬ 
pheric ‘Une Barque sur l’Ocean’ and the ‘Alborada del 
gracioso’ its Spanish nature emerging with ease from 
Ravel’s Basque background. 


Brain Gym 


The second half of the Programme was made up of 
Mussorski’s ‘Pictures at an Exhibition’. 

Moving back in time to 1874, this was the best known 
item on the evening’s programme mainly through the or¬ 
chestral transcription of the work by Ravel. 

Heard here in its original form for the piano this is yet 
another challenge to both technique and interpretive skill. 
Andreas Boyde rose to both splendidly. In this, the most 
virtuosic of a generally virtuosic programme, the pianist 
treated us to a walk round the Gallery making us able to 
view Hartmann’s pictures clearly from the musical de¬ 
scriptions given. 

We were further helped in our appreciation of the recital 
by the very full programme notes prepared by Andreas. 


Andreas Boyde 
delighted the audience 
at his recent recital 


EVERY Friday morning there is a queue waiting outside 
the Mackamess Hall where the Honiton Country Market 
is held, and at exactly 9.30am. there is a rush as the cus¬ 
tomers compete to buy the goods for sale. There are 
freshly made home baked cakes - all the old favourites 
such as lemon drizzle cakes, Eccles cakes, sponges and 
bread pudding. There are pies, jams, marmalade and 
chutneys, home grown fruit and vegetables, plants, eggs 
and crafts. Celebration cakes and cakes for special diets 
can all be made to order. 

Honiton Country Market (formerly known as the W.I. 
Market) is part of a National Society formed over 90 
years ago which has nearly 500 Markets around the coun¬ 
try with an annual turnover of around £10 million. It is 
run as a Co-operative and all profit is returned to the pro¬ 
ducers who are shareholders of the Society. 

All the goods for sale are produced to a very high stan¬ 


dard, for example all the Cooks have Food Hygiene Cer¬ 
tificates and have all had their kitchens inspected by the 
local Environmental Health Department and have passed 
with flying colours. If you are concerned about food 
miles - look no further - all the producers live in or near 
Honiton. 

Refreshments are available every week and on Friday 
October 12th there will be a Free Tasting Morning when 
you can sample the delicious food on offer. 

New producers are always welcome - do you grow veg¬ 
etables or fruit and don’t know what to do with the ex¬ 
cess? Do you have eggs or honey to sell, do you enjoy 
baking? If you have a few hours to spare on a Friday 
morning why not come along as a helper - everyone is 
very friendly. 

Why not call in one Friday and find out more - but 
you’d better get there early! 


No.190 




Codeword 


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alphabet and every letter of the alphabet is used. Use the 
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THE extremely talented 
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blues acts, playing an amazing 
array of instruments - they are 
guaranteed to have your toes 
tapping and you leaping off 


your seats! 

Their repertoire features 
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tickets left. To book call Wendy 
on 01404 881 207. 


Platinum-seller Sandi Thom 
to play Marine Theatre 


THE multi platinum record selling Scottish troubadour 
has long since proved the sheer power of her song writ¬ 
ing, with her album and single chart-topping adven¬ 
tures. 

Now, six years after her debut album Smile...It Con¬ 
fuses People and the massive hit single 7 Wish I Was 
A Punk Rocker ’ both raced to the top of the UK charts 
on the way to combined sales to date of about 2 million 
albums worldwide and following her last release, the 
critically acclaimed, award winning blues album Mer¬ 
chants & Thieves, Sandi Thom is back with a new 
album - Flesh & Blood. 

Released in August, Flesh & Blood was recorded at 
Nashville’s legendary 16 Tons studio, with celebrated 
Black Crowes guitarist Rich Robinson in the produc¬ 
tion hot seat, the fourth Sandi Thom album is, she says, 
“the first album I’ve done that is really all about me.” 

Featuring a core studio band led by producer Rich 
Robinson on guitar and including fellow former Black 
Crowe and widely travelled session star Audley Freed 
(guitar), respected Nashville stars Mike Webb 
(keys/Dobro) and James Haggerty (bass), and Black 
Crowes drummer Steve Gorman, there are also guest 
appearances from acclaimed singer-songwriter Buffy 
Sainte Marie and famous Rolling Stones collaborator, 
saxophonist Bobby Keys. Legendary producer Kevin 
Shirley (Led Zeppelin, John Hiatt, Journey) who 
mixed two of the key tracks says “Her writing is fan¬ 
tastic and her singing is great on a great song.” Then 
there is the intriguingly titled 7 Love You Like A Lu¬ 
natic ’, based on her “life-changing” love affair with 
superstar blues guitarist Joe Bonamassa. 

Like David Bowie and Elton John, who also enjoyed 
early one-off hits before finding their true niche as mu¬ 
sical artists, Sandi feels that Flesh and Blood is her 
coming of age album. “The people that only know me 
from ‘...Punk Rocker’ won’t recognize me on this 
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♦ Sandi Thom plays at The Marine Theatre, Lyme 
Regis on Saturday, October 27th. Tickets cost £15, £13 
concessions and are available by calling 01297 442138 
or online at www.marinetheatre.com. A Theatrefriends 
discount is available, and there is a special concession 
price of £22 for a double ticket for Sandi Thom and 
The Fab Beatles who are at the Marine on October 
26th. 



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Diary Dates 

TUESDAY OCTOBER 9th 

Hawkchurch: Bo den Shopping Event at Fair wa¬ 
ter Head Hotel. 9am-3pm & 6-9pm. Current 
Autumn/Winter stock to see and try on. A 
range of discounts exclusively for this event 
plus free delivery & free returns on orders. 

Free entrance & complimentary tea/coffee on 
arrival. Everyone welcome. For more details 
call 01297 678349 

Axminster: Make and Munch (2) with HALFF 
(Health and Local Food for Families). Course of 
6 practical cookery sessions for Mums, Dads 
and carers of babies and children up to 4 
years, plus cooking demonstrations, healthy 
eating information, tips on how to overcome 
eating problems, recipes, free lunch and more! 
Held At the Methodist Church Hall, Lyme Road, 
Axminster. Call 01297 631782 for more details 
or go to www.halff.org.uk. Free to newcomers, 

£2 per family for regulars. 10.15am-12.45pm. 
Sidmouth: Sidmouth Methodist Church Wesley 
Guild President’s Evening - Rev. Brian Hadfield. 
Axminster: Axe Vale Stamp Club welcome all 
interested persons to their 40th Anniversary 
Event at the Unted Reform Church, Chard 
Road. Mr Wilf Vevers will give a presentation 
of the mails and postal history of the South 
Atlantic island of South Georgia. Church doors 
open 6.45pm, presentation at 7.30pm. Entry is 
free and refreshments are available at the in¬ 
terval. 

TUESDAY OCTOBER 9th - SATURDAY OCT 13th 
Sidmouth: Sidmouth Amateur Dramatic Soci¬ 
ety presents Alio 'Alio. At Manor Pavilion The¬ 
atre. 7.45pm evenings, Saturday matinee from 
2.30pm. Tickets £10 under 16s £5. Opening 
night - buy 2 get 3rd free. Tickets from Manor 
Pavilion Theatre Box Office from 10-2pm Mon- 
Sat, for more details call 01395 514413. 

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10th 

Axminster: Learn to Cook Healthily with 
Health and Local Food for Families (HALFF). 
Helping beginners in the art of cooking 
healthy TASTY meals. Especially aimed at 
men, or people at risk of heart disease, dia¬ 
betes or high blood pressure, or the over 50’s. 
Learn 5 different skills over 5 different work¬ 
shops. Held at: The Masonic Hall, South Street, 
Axminster. An enabling approach to give you 
confidence and cooking skills to suit you - and 
all for FREE. Call 01297 631782 to book a place. 
Web: www.halff.org.uk 
Colyton: History of the Colyton Chamber of 
Feoffees, an illustrated talk to be presented by 
Colin Pady (Chamber of Feoffees) at 2.30pm in 
the Pavilion, Peace Memorial Playing Fields, 

Coly Road, Colyton EX24 5PU. All welcome, 
donation at door please, DA Members £1 Non 
Members £3. Organised by the Devonshire 
Association (Axe Valley Branch). Contact: 
Chairman, Dr David Westlake (01297 678529). 

THURSDAY OCTOBER 11th 

Axminster: Rainbow Under 5’s Playgroup, 
Axminster A.G.M. at 12.15p.m. at The Unit C/O 
Axminster Primary School, Stoney Lane, 
Axminster. 

Axminster: Plant Sale at the Masonic Hall, 

South Street. Organised by Axminster Coun¬ 
try Market. Locally grown plants - perennials 
and shrubs. 8.30am-12noon. 

Beer: Hobby & Craft Fayre at the Dolphin Hotel 
from 11am. Organised by Bizzy Fingers Craft 
Group supporting FORCE Cancer Charity. Tele¬ 
phone 01297 21508 for more details. 

Yarcombe: Devon Moviola in association with 
Yarcombe Film Night proudly presents The 
Lady (cert 12A) starring Michelle Yeoh and 
David Thewlis. Show in the village hall from 
7.30pm (doors 7pm). Tickets cost £5 available 
by calling 01404 861386 or 01404 861541. 
Refreshments available. 

SATURDAY OCTOBER 13th 

Uplyme: Jumble Sale in the village hall from 
2pm. Entry 20p. In aid of 1st Lyme Valley Scout 
Group. For more details call 01297 678351. 

Uplyme: Mainly Ballroom at Uplyme Village Hall 
from 8pm-llpm. Entry £4 per person, in aid of 
hall funds. Ballroom, latin and some sequence. 
Telephone 01297 442439 for more details. 
Colyford: Villages in Action present The 
Shanty Theatre Company and their show 
The Ryme of the Ancient Mariner at Colyford 



Three Counties Swing Band 
to play in Hawkchurch 


THE Three Counties Swing Band was formed in 1996 
and consists of local musicians who enjoy playing 
swing music. They have gained a reputation for the 
quality of their music which reflects the big band era 
of the 1930s and 1940s. They specialise in the original 
arrangements of such bands as Glenn Miller, Duke 
Ellington and Count Basie. The tows of trumpets, 
trombones and saxophones are backed by a rhythm 
section and often fronted by a vocalist. These big 
bands started the careers of such famous names as 
Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald and the music has 
remained popular over the decades since. 

The band is led by Kevin Dunn, the Musical Direc¬ 
tor, who also plays the drums, and it will appear at 
Hawkchurch Village Hall on Friday, October 19th 


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and the first glass of wine is included in the price of a 
ticket which is £10. Tickets can be obtained from Gra¬ 
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Diary Dates 

Memorial Hall at 7.30pm tickets are available 
from Colyford Post office or on 01297 553710 
Axminster: Wise Intentions' band of brothers 
playing live at The Axminster Inn, Silver St, 
9.30pm start - free entry! All welcome! 

Coming soon: Wise Intentions' live perform¬ 
ance & interview on BBC Radio Devon! 

SUNDAY OCTOBER 14th 

Colyford: Table Top Sale at Colyford Memorial 
Hall, 9am-2pm, call 01297 23591 for more de¬ 
tails. 

Sidmouth: Jazz in the Afternoon at Kennaway 
House, Cellar Bar from 3-5.30pm. Dany Boriz 
(one of Frances’s big jazz names, and owner of 
the famous 'Cave La Huchette’ Jazz Club) on 
vibes, with Peter Allen Swing Band 'Tribute to 
Benny Goodman’. Licensed bar and light 
snacks available. For more details call 01395 
515551. 

Sidford: Music Night at the Blue Ball. Naughti- 
cal theme. Music from ‘Both Sides the Tweed’ 
plus other guest shanty singers and musi¬ 
cians. Including 'Sid Vale Folk Choir’. From 
8pm. PLUS special guest - Jonty Depp - aka 
'Captain Jack Sparrow’ who will be singing! 
Charity fundraiser for 'Sidmouth Living with 
Cancer’. 

Axmouth: There will be an 'Apple Harvest Cele¬ 
bration’ at Combe Farm. Come and celebrate 
by picking, pressing, sampling and bottling 
the golden juice. You can also, enjoy live music; 
explore the Spiral Sanctuary Library; browse 
the second hand book stall; play apple games; 
learn more about apples; see how the commu¬ 
nity woodland orchard is progressing and try 
out the Tetterboxing’ trail; walk the Spiral in 
the apple orchard and give yourself a little 
healing. There will also be teas, juice and 
homemade cakes. Entrance £1 and accompa¬ 
nied children free. For more information call 
01297 23822. 

MONDAY OCTOBER 15th 
Kilmington: Folk Dancing at Kilmington Village 
Hall from 2-4pm every Monday. Newcomers 
welcome, telephone 01297 33795 Sheila Hall. 

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 17th 

Seaton: Jurassic Folk Singers Night - All wel¬ 
come, Free Admission. At The Grove Nite Club. 

More info 01297 20064 or 
www.eastdevonfolk.org 

FRIDAY OCTOBER 19th 

Axminster: Bingo Cloakham Lawns, doors 
open 7pm start at 8pm raising funds for 
Axminster Tourist Information Centre. Great 
prizes donated by local businesses. 

SATURDAY OCTOBER 20th 

Ottery St Mary: Crowning of the Carnival 
Queen and Princess at The Institute, Yonder 
Street from 2pm. 

Colyton: The annual coffee morning in aid of 
Guide Dogs for the Blind is to be held in Coly¬ 
ton Town Hall on Saturday 20th October, from 
9:30 - 11:30am. All are welcome and we are ex¬ 
pecting working and trainee Guide Dogs to 
join us. Tables to include Xmas cards, gifts, 
cakes, crafts, produce, books etc. Coffee and 
biscuits 50p. Donations of cakes and books 
can be brought in on the day or call Jenny Male 
for more information on 01297 553001. 

SUNDAY OCTOBER 21st 

Colyford: Table Top Sale at Colyford Memorial 
Hall, 9am-2pm, call 01297 23591 for more de¬ 
tails. 

Seaton: The Seaton Beer and District Branch 
Annual Sponsored Walk is on Sunday 21st Oc¬ 
tober with a reserve date of the 28th in case of 
very bad weather or for those who can't make 
it on the 21st. Walking from Money Acre Cor¬ 
ner on the Honiton road going down through 
Farway, Southleigh, Colyton, Colyford to 
Seaton. Start time 10am. For further details 
and a sponsor form please telephone (01297) 
23040 or join us on the day with a donation to 
the RNLI. 

MONDAY OCTOBER 22nd 
Kilmington: Folk Dancing at Kilmington Village 
Hall from 2-4pm every Monday. Newcomers 
welcome, telephone 01297 33795 Sheila Hall. 

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Tuesday October 9th 2012 


Pulman’s 


F Q artyView 



Fresh new look for Fortnam Smith & Banwell 



FORTNAM Smith & Banwell, the long es¬ 
tablished estate agency with offices in 
Seaton, Charmouth and Lyme Regis as well 
as a lettings office, FSB Rentals Ltd in 
Seaton, has launched a fresh new look. 

All of the office fascias as well as market¬ 
ing material, For Sale boards, property par¬ 
ticulars and the company web site have been 
updated with the agency’s redesigned and 
highly distinguished branding, which in¬ 
cludes an overhaul of its synonymous shell 
emblem in white and stately gold on a royal 
blue background. 

The new design also includes the logo of 
The Property Sharing Experts to symbolise 
Fortnam Smith & Banwell’s membership to 
the network. Previously Westcountry Team, 
the network contains around 60 independent 
estate agency offices in Cornwall, Devon, 
Dorset and Somerset, which as the name 
suggests, work together as a ‘Super’ agency, 
sharing properties with each other to provide 
unrivalled office and online marketing ex¬ 
posure, reaching more buyers and selling 
more homes for clients - all 60 agents work¬ 
ing together for a sole agency fee. 

As part of its overhaul and its membership 
to the network, Fortnam Smith & Banwell 
has installed a brand new, tried and tested, 


Meet the Seaton team: (Left to right) Sue Wallis 
(Negotiator), Teresa Youens (Senior Negotiator), Julie 
Wooding (Director) and Charlotte Reynolds (Negotiator) 

highly advanced IT system, which links all 
branches and greatly enhances the services 
it provides to buyers and sellers. 

All properties for sale with Fortnam Smith 
& Banwell are listed on all 60 individual 
web sites as well as the new www.proper- 
tysharingexperts.com website and other top 
portals, receiving more online coverage than 
those with any other estate agent in the 
South West. Properties are listed in a clear 
format with full descriptions, the agents 
local dial telephone number and various op¬ 
tions including pdf download, viewing re¬ 
quests, Energy Performance Certificate view 
and Google Maps. When viewed in Street 
View, the actual property is shown rather 
than a random spot in the postcode area. 

Buyers are instantly informed of new prop¬ 
erties and price changes as they happen and 
also receive weekly updates. They can log 
onto the system at any time to change their 
search criteria and receive SMS reminders 
for property-viewing appointments. 

With live data feeds and the widest mar¬ 
keting coverage, homes have a better chance 
of selling more quickly and sellers also ben¬ 
efit from the convenience of a personal log¬ 
in to the system, allowing them to check on 
the progress of their marketing or sale online 



Fortnam Smith & 
Banwell: 

Seaton 01297 23939, 
Charmouth 
01297 560945, 
Lyme Regis 
01297445666 
FSB Rentals Ltd 
0129721120, 
www.fsb4homes.com, 
www.property sharing 
experts.com 





Lyme Regis Office 


LAND FOR 
SALE 


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SALE 

Chard Road 
Axminster 
5 mins walk 
to town centre 
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£165,000 negotiable 

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mation and feedback. 

Fortnam Smith & Banwell has been serv¬ 
ing the local communities along with West 
Dorset and the East Devon Jurassic Coast 
over the last three decades and has built a 
strong reputation for valuing, selling and let¬ 
ting property throughout the region. As well 
as embracing the latest technology, all of its 
sales professionals maintain traditional val¬ 
ues with in-depth knowledge and experience 
of the local marketplace. The agency’s phi¬ 
losophy is to help find the right property for 
the right customer, assisting all to move 
home in as ‘stress-free’ an environment as 
possible with the highest quality service. 

All three of the sales offices provide auc¬ 
tion as a route to market for their client’s 
properties using the traditional method as 
well as Auction+, which opens the opportu¬ 
nity of buying at auction to a wider range of 
buyers. And via a panel of local, well-estab¬ 
lished and trusted solicitors, Fortnam Smith 
& Banwell offers its clients competitive, 
fixed, No-Sale No-Fee conveyancing serv¬ 
ices with no hidden costs and the ability for 
both the agents and clients to track their 
cases online every step of the way. 


INDUSTRIAL UNIT TO LET 

Good access. Close to A35 
Secure. Convenient. 
Normal services & 
ample parking 

Mobile: 07779550771 
Office: 01297 33639 

www.hunthav.co.uk 


HOUSE FOR RENT 
IN HONITON, 

modern, two 
bedrooms, 
convenient quiet 
location close to train 
station, town and 
tesco. Garden, parking 
for 2/3 cars. GCH, 
Upvc DG. No smokers, 
DHSS, pets or 
children. 

£625 PCM. 

brian_r_lock@yahoo.co.uk 
/ 07881 471 097 


NEW BUSINESS PARK AT 
FOSSEWAY INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, 
HAREPATH ROAD SEATON 

Units for rent for industrial and office use. 

Combination of 2 units at 750sq ft each 
Option of 1 large unit at 1800sq ft 
Option of 2 units at 1300sq ft 
Option of 2 units with 1st floor office space at 920sq ft 

All units have been built and designed to have 
mezzanine floors to double the storage space 
Site will be ready at the end of february 2013 

Please contact John Ledger 07970 795716 or 
Danny Ledger 07966 401118 




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PROPERTY VIEW 




Symonds 

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www.symondsandsampson.co.uk 



Axminster £875 pcm 

A three bedroom detached bungalow with separate lounge and dining 

room, front and rear gardens, garage and off road parking, Available 
early October. Pets and children considered. 


01297 32879 AXL080022 



Axminster £660 pcm 


A modern three bedroom house in a quiet location on the outskirts of Axminster. 
Benefiting with fitted kitchen/diner and an enclosed rear garden, and 2 allocated 
parking spaces. Regret no pets or DSS. 

01297 32879 AXL100013 


Southleigh £800 pcm 

A detached three bedroom period cottage in a peaceful rural setting. Benefiting 
from garden, garage and off road parking. Offered Furnished or Unfurnished. 
Available Immediately, Pets and children considered. 


01297 32879 AXL090027 



Smallridge £660 pcm 


Lilac Cottage is situated in a popular village location in a private setting. The 
property comes fully furnished and is available from November for a short term 
tenancy ending April 2013. The property is a charming 3 bedroom character 
cottage, benefiting from ample off road parking and detached garage. 

01297 32879 AXM110162 


Axminster £925 pcm 

An immaculately presented modern four bedroom town house situated on the 
outskirts of Axminster. Benefiting from enclosed rear garden and double garage. 
Available early November. 


01297 32879 AXL090043 



Axminster £525 pcm 

A newly refurbished two bedroom first floor partment in the heart of Axminster. 
Benefiting from newly fitted kitchen & bathroom. Regret no DSS or pets. Available 
Immediately. 

01297 32879 AXM120134 



Axminster £520 pcm 

Two detached single storey cottages offered for rental individually. Immaculately 
presented offered furnished or un-furnished, benefiting from off roard parking, 
garden and patio. Available mid October. 



Membury, Axminster £750 pcm 

A stunning barn conversion recently renovated to a very high standard. 
Comprising open plan lounge/diner and fitted kitchen with integrated appliances. 
Two double with en-suites, plenty off road parking, available immediately. 



Winsham £950 pcm 

A spacious three bedroom barn conversion, offered furnished or 
unfurnished and presented in immaculate order. Off road parking, 
carport and fully enclosed rear garden. 


01297 32879 


AXM120211 01297 32879 


AXM 120294 01297 32879 


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Property Of the Week 


Tuesday October 9th 2012 E 


PROPERTY 

ADVERTISING 

call 01297 446158 


BEAUTIFUL CHARACTER 
COTTAGE IN RURAL LOCATION 



SYMONDS and Sampson in Axminster are pleased to 
offer Bridge Cottage onto the rental market. The Cottage 
is in the heart of the East Devon countryside in a peaceful 
mral setting on the edge of a popular village, 3 miles west 
of Colyton and a similar distance inland from the Jurassic 
Coast. 

Bridge Cottage is an individual detached thatched prop¬ 
erty which dates back over 200 years. The accommoda¬ 
tion is well presented throughout with the benefit of oil 
central heating and also includes many original features 
such as exposed timbers and a large inglenook fireplace. 


Comprising of utility room, cloakroom, sitting room, 
kitchen and dining room, on the ground floor, and three 
double sized bedrooms on the first floor with bathroom. 
Outside there is a parking space and a detached timber 
garage, the garden consists of lawn and flower boarders. 
The cottage is offered either furnished or unfurnished and 
is available in early October for an initial six months 
rental @ £800 per calendar month, with well behave pets 
and children welcome. For further details on this property 
and others please visit our website www.symondsand- 
sampson.co.uk or call our office on 01297 32879. 


SEATON - £125,000 



NORCOMBE Court is a purpose built development 
of apartments that is situated between the Esplanade 
and Harbour Road. No.7 is a well presented top floor 
apartment that is located in one of the smaller blocks 
fronting onto Harbour Road and the property enjoys 
views across town to the countryside beyond. The ac¬ 
commodation includes two double bedrooms, bath¬ 
room, living/dining room and kitchen. There are 
communal outside areas and allocated parking all 
within a stone’s through from the seafront. For more 
information please contact the Frank office on 01297 
24022 



SEATON - £215,000 



SPRINGFIELD Gardens is an exclusive development of 3 
bungalows and 2 houses and occupy a 'tucked away' location 
within close proximity to the town centre of Seaton. The de¬ 
velopment provides contemporary & spacious accommoda¬ 
tion using the latest construction methods and modern 
materials, with an emphasis on creating an energy efficient 
home. The property comprises entrance hall, kitchen with ap¬ 
pliances, lounge, conservatory, master bedroom with ensuite 
shower room, a second double bedroom, family bathroom 
and allocated parking space. 

For more information please call Fortnam Smith & Banwell 
on 01297 23939 



COLYTON - £850 PCM 



STRICTLY Business is pleased to offer this comfort¬ 
able, three bedroom, detached bungalow on the edge of 
the small market town of Colyton. The property offers 
fitted carpets and curtains throughout, part double glazing 
and gas central heating. 

Entrance into a large utility/boot room with fitted cup¬ 
board housing the boiler, A door leads into the fitted 
kitchen with some appliances, stainless steel sink over 
white units, cream wall tiling and vinolay flooring. 

The lounge/dining room is a generous size with a stone 
open fireplace and wooden mantle. The sliding double 


glazed doors open on to the sun terrace. From the hall 
area the master bedroom has fitted wardrobes, the 2nd 
bedroom has access to a small conservatory and the 3rd 
bedroom is also a double room. There is a cloak room 
and separate fully tiled shower room. Outside is a large, 
well established garden with greenhouse and small shed. 
A path leads to the drive and garage. 

If you would like to view this property, please call 
Strictly Business 01297 22101 or email letting@strictly- 
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Residential Lettings & Property Management 

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SEATON LYME REGIS CHARMOUTH 

01297 21120 


RESIDENTIAL LETTINGS 


SEATON £795 PCM 



4 BEDROOM 
HOUSE WITH 
LOTS OF 
CHARACTER, 
KITCHEN, 
LOUNGE, 
BATHROOM AND 
WET ROOM. 
COURTYARD 
GARDEN. 
CONVENIENT 
TOWN CENTRE 
LOCATION, GCH, 
PARKING, 
CHILDREN AND 
PETS 

CONSIDERED. 


SEATON £500 PCM 



REFURBISHED 
SECOND 
FLOOR 
APARTMENT 
WITH VIEWS 
OVER 
ESTUARY, 
ONE 

BEDROOM, 
LOUNGE, NEW 
KITCHEN, 
REGRET 
NO CHILDREN 
OR PETS. 


SEATON £450 PCM 



ONE 

BEDROOM 

APARTMENT 

IN 

CONVENIENT 
TOWN CENTRE 
LOCATION, 
LOUNGE, 
KITCHEN, 
FEATURE 
FIREPLACE, 
CLOSE TO 
BEACH 


ROUSDON £800 PCM 


CHARMOUTH E790PCM 



3 BED END 
TERRACED 
HOUSE FOR 6 
MONTH LET. 
AVAILABLE 
FROM 1ST OCT. 
FULLY 
FURNISHED. 
OPEN PLAN 
GROUND 
FLOOR. 
CLOAKS. 
UTILITY. 
COURTYARD 
PATIO. SORRY 
NO PETS. 


SEATON £550 PCM 



CONTEMPORARY ONE BEDROOM HOUSE, 
LOCATED IN THE HEART OF SEATON, OPEN 
PLAN LIVING WITH M EZZA NINE BEDROOM, 
BATHROOM, PARKING, NO CHILDREN OR PETS 


UPLYME £795 PCM 


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2/3 BEDROOM DETATCHED PROPERTY, KITCHEN, 
LOUNGE, DINING ROOM/BEDROOM 3, PRIVATE 
DRIVE FOR 2 CARS + CARPORT, CONVENIENTLY 
LOCATED ON LOCAL BUS ROUTE, GCH 



AXMOUTH £875 PCM 



THREE BED DETACHED HOUSE, OPEN PLAN LIVING/DINING 
ROOM, WOODBURNER, STUDY, CONSERVATORY, GARDEN 
WITH SUMMERHOUSE, GARAGE, PARKING, NEWLY FITTED 
SOLAR PANELS, CHILDREN & PETS CONSIDERED 


BRANSCOMBE £550 PCM 


SHUTE £475 PCM 



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2 BEDROOM GROUND FLOOR APARTMENT, 
ENTRANCE HALL, LOUNGE / DINER, KITCHEN, 
PARKING, CLOSE TO VILLAGE PUB AND BEACH 


FIRST FLOOR APARTMENT IN COUNTRY 
LOCATION, LOUNGE, KITCHEN, BEDROOM, 
RENT TO INCLUDE WATER, ELECTRIC & HEATING, 
PETS CONSIDERED REGRET NO CHILDREN 



COMING 
SOON- 
MUSBURY 
£675 PCM 

IMMACULATE 
TWO BEDROOM 
BARN 

CONVERSION 

IN 

COUNTRYSIDE 

LOCATION, 

FURNISHED, 

PARKING 



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Just one home left at Cavanna’s 
‘Pebblestone’ in Seaton 


CAYANNA Homes has 
reserved eleven of the 
twelve new homes at its 
Pebblestone development 
in Seaton since opening 
the show home earlier this 
summer. 

One four-bedroom Pick- 
ering-style home, Plot 11, 
is still available and is 
priced at £329,995 

The small, select devel¬ 
opment has provided the 
seaside town with a mix of 


two, three and four bed¬ 
room properties in a range 
of different styles. It is the 
second development that 
the Torbay-based home¬ 
builder has built in the 
East Devon town. 

Schoolteacher Fiona 
Hutton has just bought her 
second Cavanna Home in 
Seaton. She said: “We 
moved into the area six 
years ago because we 
knew Seaton and we 


wanted to be near ameni¬ 
ties as we had young chil¬ 
dren.” We were impressed 
with the size and variety of 
designs in the Riverdale 
Orchard development and 
have been very happy in 
this house.” 

Fiona continued: “When 
we were looking to move, 
we wanted a build quality 
that we could depend on, a 
high specification finish 
and excellent aftercare 



Picture of the Pickering style of house, part of the new Cavanna 
Homes Pebblestone development at Seaton 


service. So when building 
work began at Pebblestone 
- another lovely sized de¬ 
velopment - we had no 
worries about purchasing 
again from Cavanna.” 

Fynn Worley, Sales Man¬ 
ager for Cavanna Homes 
said: “We have had a lot of 
interest in the homes at 
Pebblestone from the mo¬ 
ment we sent out the first 
brochures. Sales have 
been very healthy which 
just goes to prove that 
building high quality 
homes in the right location 
at the right price is the key 
to success.” 

The Torquay-based 
homebuilder recently 
picked up the award for 
Best Small Housing De¬ 
velopment in the South 
West at the Focal Author¬ 
ity Building Control 
(FABC) Excellence 
Awards 2012, for its #8 de¬ 
velopment in the Derriford 
area of Plymouth. 

For more information on 
Pebblestone and other Ca¬ 
vanna Homes develop¬ 
ments in the south west, 
please visit the company’s 
website www.cavanna- 
homes.co.uk 



Web: www.harrislets.co.uk 


Email: info@harrislets.co.uk 


Westminster House, West Street, Axminster, Devon, EX13 5NX. 
Telephone: 01297 630933 

AXMINSTER £500 PCM 



Town centre second floor flat 
Two good size bedrooms, kitchen, lounge. 
Good condition throughout 
available early October 


Independent,Experienced 
Letting Agent 

Offering: 

Competitive Rates 

Excellent Customer Service 

6 days A Week Opening 

National & Regional 
Advertising 

Tenant Find or Fully 
Managed Service 

Independent Credit 
Referencing 

Register Of Tenants 
Ready To Proceed 

Our Charges 
Free From VAT 

Please contact Mike or 
Sarah for further 
information 


Zoopla.co.uk 


NO 

VAT 

LANDLORDS WANTED: 
CONTACT US FOR YOUR 

FREE NO OBLIGATION APPRAISAL 

NO UPFRONT 
FEES 



RED HOMES LETTINGS 

Tel: 01404 41228 - www.redhomes.co.uk - email info@redhomeslettings.co.uk 




Millhead Road, Honiton £750pcm 

Good size 3 bed semi detached family home in popular 
residential area within walking distance of town centre. 

Property comprises: 3 bedrooms, through lounge / 
diner,good sized conservatory fitted kitchen, bathroom, 
fgch and double glazed, OSP for 2 cars, enclosed rear 
garden. Conditions: No smokers pets or DSS. 


Ernsborough Gardens, Honiton £725pcm 

Much sought after mid terraced Georgian style town house in 
select development. Good size property ideally located minutes 
from town centre and comprises: 3 beds(2 doubles) if/if kitchen 
with integrated appliances, lounge, separate dining room, family 
bathroom, guest cloakroom, conservatory, Garage, full gas 
central heating. No pets, smokers or DOSS. 


Steel Close, Honiton £560pcm 

Very well presented semi detached property offering 2 bed 
accommodation within walking distance of town centre.This 
property has been completely refurbished with new kitchen 
and new fitted carpets throughout. 

Conditions: No DSS, or pets, (cat considered). 


Courtenay, Honiton 


£730pcm 


A good size 3 bed semi detached family house in popular 
residential area. This well presented property is available for long 
term rental and comprises: 3 beds, lounge, large kitchen and 
dining area, family bathroom, FCCH and double glazing, enclosed 
rear garden. Conditions: No smokers or DSS, pet considered. 


Exeter Road, Honiton £675pcm 

A very well presented 2 bedroom cottage forming part of 
substantial Georgian house ideally located close to town centre. 
This unique property retains many original features and has been 
newly decorated throughout with new fitted kitchen and carpets. 

Comprising: 2 bedrooms, living room, new kitchen, separate 
utility/laundry room, parking for 2 cars. No DSS, children or pets. 



Hill Crescent, Honiton 


£725pcm 


after residential location. 2 large double beds, through 
lounge, f/f kitchen/diner, guest cloakroom, bathroom with 
separate shower unit, gas central heating, double glazed, 
large enclosed rear garden, garage with driveway. 

No smokers or DSS, pet considered. 


Rosemount Gdns. Honiton £650pcm 

Stunning 2 bed semi detached 1st floor maisonette offering 
good size contemporary accommodation of the highest standard. 
Luxury f/f designer kitchen with all integrated appliances, 
gas central heating, double glazed, allocated parking. 

No children, pets or smokers. 


Ridgeway House, Honiton £850pcm 

Stunning luxury apartment forming first floor of a substantial 
Georgian house ideally located close to town centre. This 
impressive residence comprises: 3 good size bedrooms, luxury 
en suite bathroom, dual aspect living room, large modern family bathroom, 
f/f kitchen/diner with integrated appliances, 2 parking spaces, attractive 
garden to rear. Conditions: No pets, smokers or DSS, children considered. 


Gronau Close, Honiton £595pcm 

Newly decorated unfurnished end terraced house 
offering 2 bed accomodation in popular residential 
area. Comprising: 2 beds, lounge, f/f kitchen, bathroom, 
gas central heating, double glazing, allocated parking. 
No smokers or DSS, pets considered. 


Gronau Close, Honiton £730pcm 

Well presented 3 bed semi detached house in popular 
residential location. Fully fitted kitchen, spacious 
lounge,dining room.family bathroom, enclosed rear 
garden with patio area, own drive, fgch, double 
glazing, unfurnished, no smokers, pets or DSS. 


DPS 

The Deposit Protection Service 


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£ STAGS 


The West Country Letting Agent 


Tuesday October 9th 2012 


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stags.co.uk 


Residential Lettings 

01404 42553 


U pottery 

Grade II Listed unfurnished 3 bedroom cottage. Sitting room, dining 
room, kitchen, utility, bathroom. Garden with storage, greenhouse. 1 
small pet/children considered. 


£675 PCM 


Honiton 


Spacious 2 bedroom period cottage close to the town centre. Sitting 
room, kitchen/dining room, bathroom. G.F.C.H. Parking for 2. Small 
pet/child considered. 


£625 PCM 


Honiton 


Well presented 4 bedroom detached house. Sitting/dining room, 
kitchen, 2 bathrooms. Underfloor heating, garage, garden. Children 
Considered. Available beg November. 


£1,100 PCM 


Web Find: 38078 


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Colyford 

3 bedroom house with gardens & garage available on a Winter Let. 

Sitting room, kitchen, utility, cloakroom, family room, 1 en suite, 
bathroom. G.F.C.H. Pets/children considered. Available now. 


£1,084 PCM 


Web Find: 48234 


£600 PCM 


Web Find: 38677 


Honiton 


2 bedroom unfurnished house with parking & garden. Sitting room, 
kitchen/dining room, bathroom. G.F.C.H. No pets. Children considered. 
Available end October. 


£595 PCM 


Web Find: 55783 


According to Rightmove. for ttu> test 
six months we have been 1 st out of 17 
sgonts for new property I stings and 
have the greatest market choice of 
properties to let m the area. 


Contact im for further details of a 
property management and letting 
service worth hewing. 


Beer 


Unfurnished 2 bedroom cottage with allocated parking. Sitting/ 
dining room, kitchen, bathroom. G.F.C.H. Patio garden to front. No 
pets/young children. Available by Negotiation. 



Covering East Devon, 

West Dorset and South Somerset 




BEER £620 PCM 


A two bedroom first floor apartment in a managed retirement 
complex. Hall and stairs to first floor, storage and intercom. 
Fitted kitchen with appliances. Lounge with pleasant outlook. 
Two bedrooms, bathroom with shower over bath. GCH. 
Garage, shared courtyard and garden 



SEATON £480 PCM 

A pleasant, first floor unfurnished, one bedroom apartment with 
fitted carpets and curtains throughout. Security entrance. 
Shared stairs to first floor. Hallway. Lounge with feature fireplace 
and bay window. Fitted kitchen with appliances. Double 
bedroom. Shower room. Economy 7 heating. One reserved 
parking space. Stunning sea views across The Chine to the 
sea. 



COLYTON £850 PCM 

A three bedroom, detached bungalow with level enclosed garden, 
garage and parking. Fitted kitchen with fridge and dishwasher, large 
lounge/dining room with patio doors to garden. Tiled shower room, 
three double bedrooms, cloak room, conservatory and large 
utility/boot room. Gas ch, double glazed. 



SEATON £550 PCM 


WILMINGTON £650 PCM 


SEATON £450 PCM 


A town centre, character cottage set over three floors, has 
sitting room with wood flooring, small fitted kitchen with 
appliances. First floor double bedroom, fully tiled bathroom, 
narrow stairs to double bedroom. Elec C/H, double glazed, tiny 
garden and shed. 


A superb Apartment comprises Security entrance and stairs to 2nd floor. 
Lounge/dining room is tastefully furnished, double glazed windows with 
stunning views across the gardens, Tiled bathroom with shower over bath. 
Well fitted kitchen with appliances, two double bedrooms. NSH. Use of 
- Heated indoor pool and fully equipped gym. Tennis court and 10 acres 
of gardens/ woodland. Reserved parking - regret no pets. 


A one bedroom, first floor flat has stunning sea views. Lounge 
with feature electric fire, fitted kitchen with appliances, tiled 
bathroom with shower over bath. Double bedroom with sea 
views, double glazed, public parking. 


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looking for more 2/3 and 4 
bedroom properties in all 
areas for our waiting list! 
Telephone for a free, no 
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appraisal - choose the 
level of service to suit you. 
Rental collection - Tenant 
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Experienced and qualified Members of ARLA. NFOPP. 
Telephone: 01297 22101 

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FURNISHED WINTER LETS 

2-6 MONTHS 
NOW AVAILABLE 


MILKBERE 




HOME OFTHE WEEK 

Plot 6-The Hadley 
3 bedroom semi-detached home 
with garage and parking 

• Open plan kitchen/dining area 
with French doors to garden 
• Landscaped garden 


Buy now and 
move in for Christmas 
in Churchinford 


That’s the David Wilson Difference. 

Located in the picturesque village of Churchinford, set within the beautiful Blackdown 
Hills, Newberry Corner is a stunning development of just 22 3,4 & 5 bedroom homes. 
At Newberry Corner you can enjoy all the delights of a quiet village life yet you are just 
8 miles from Taunton and Honiton and I I miles from junction 25 of the M5. 

Wouldn’t it be lovely to have the space to breathe? Our Part Exchange* scheme means 
we could buy your old home from you for 100% market value.You avoid the chain and 
the agent’s fees. And with over 40 years experience helping buyers find their dream 
home, you can look forward to a move that’s quick, easy and hassle-free. 

Experience the David Wilson Difference. 

3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes from £265,000 to £545,000 


£265,000 


NEWBERRY CORNER offTaunton Road, Churchinford TA3 7RA 
Show home open daily 10.30am - 5.30pm 


Experience the Difference at dwh.CO.llk or call 0844 811 44 41 


Where quality lives 



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*Offer available on selected plots only. Terms and conditions apply. See website for details, subject to contract and status. David Wilson Homes obtain 2 independent valuations and to ensure 100% market value any offer made matches the average of these. Images typical of David Wilson Homes. 
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01297 23939 

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AXM0UTH £180,000 



with planning permission granted for a detached dwelling. 
Copies of the relevant plans and planning consent are | 
available from Fortnam Smith & Banwell SEATON Branch upon 
request. 


SEATON £357,500 



A 2-bedroom timber holiday chalet on Tower Chalet Country Park 
which is an ideal base for touring, being in the centre of the 
recently designated World Heritage Coastline in Lyme Bay. The 
Holiday Park has managed lawned communal grounds, allocated 
residents car parking and an adjacent convenience store. 


Harbour Mews is a modern end-terraced town house with 
accommodation set over three floors. The property benefits 
from 3 bedrooms, parking, GFCH & D/G thoughout. The 
property is within easy, level, walking distance to the seafront 
and town centre for all amenities. 


A modern purpose-built, first-floor retirement apartment (for 
over 55's) with House Manager. The accommodation includes 
double-aspect lounge/dining room, kitchen, double bedroom, 
bathroom, gas central heating, car parking and communal 
gardens. No chain. 


Detached 3/4 bedroom bungalow on the Western side of town in 
a quiet cul-de-sac with lovely views. The accommodation 
includes lounge, dining room, kitchen, master bedroom with en- 
suite shower room and dressing room, 2 further bedrooms, 
study/bedroom 4, family bathroom, garage and off-road parking. 



A 1 -bedroom, 2nd-floor retirement apartment for the over 60's 
with direct access to the sea front and communal gardens. It 
is within a short level walk to the town centre shops, beach and 
enjoys a quiet & secure environment with a resident House 
Manager and far-reaching views to two aspects. 


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5 Cross Street, Seaton, Devon | 01297 24022 | www.frankproperty.co.uk 


frank® 

property 


New fee 
0.95%* no VAT 

*subject to a sole agency; minimum fee of £1250 



Lyme Regis £425,000 

An amazing detached and unique two bedroom bungalow, 
situated in the heart of Lyme Regis, with breathtaking views 
of the sea and the Jurassic coastline. 



Uplyme £460,000 


A beautifully and well-appointed detached thatched four 
bedroom home, located in a small cul-de-sac, in the centre 
of Uplyme. 





Seaton £150,000 


Seaton £125,000 

A three bedroom 5th floor apartment which is in need of 


A two bedroom flat, within a alarge period town house 

some updating. The property enjoys stunning sea views. 


conversion, which benefits from off road parking. 



Seaton £235,000 

A modern, detached three bedroom home situated in a 
popular cul-de-sac in Boundary Park with a sunroom, 
gardens and a garage. 




Colyford £595,000 

A substantial 4 bedroom home, situated in the village of Colyford, 


the property has been finished to an exceptionally high standard. 



Seaton £232,500 

A well presented, detached two bedroom bungalow situated 
in a popular area of the town. 



Seaton £125,000 


A modem, two bedroom, first floor flat situated on the favoured 
western side of town and has recently been tastefully updated. 



Seaton £285,000 

A beautiful three storey, four bedroom period town house built in 
1850, conveniently located for the town amenities with parking. 



Seaton £225,000 


A modern, three bedroom detached home situated on a cor¬ 
ner plot within the popular Boundary Park Cul-de-sac. 



Seaton £187,500 

A three bedroom end of terrace home presented to the mar¬ 
ket in good decorative order and situated on a corner plot. 



Seaton £595,000 

A substantial 5 bedroom detached home built in 1987, 
set in a semi-woodland the property also enjoys views 
to the sea. 



Seaton £95,000 

A well presented, top floor, one bedroom flat situated close 
to the town centre with off road parking. 



Seaton £125,000 


A well presented top floor two bedroom apartment, enjoying 
views across town towards the Axe estuary and countryside. 



Seaton £245,000 

An individual detached two double bedroom split level 
bungalow, situated on the favoured western side of town. 


FRANK WILL NOT BE BEATEN ON THEIR TENANT FIND LETTING SERVICE. 
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Queen Street, Seaton, EX12 2RB 01297 20290 

Market Place, Colyton EX24 6JS 01297 553691 

32 Rolle Street, Exmouth EX8 2SH 

Residential Sales & Letting 


John 

Wood 

&Co 



A superb and very spacious five bedroom family home located at the end of a quiet 
cul-de-sac with the benefit of Axe Valley and sea views. Comprising kitchen/dining 
room, living room, 4 bedrooms, master en-suite, family bathroom, bedroom 5 or 
study, conservatory and cloakroom. Gardens to the front and rear, detached single 
garage and additional vehicle parking. 

Seaton, Five Bedroom Family Home. £425,000. 



An attractive and spacious three bedroom detached bungalow in a quiet cul-de-sac 
with views to the hills surrounding the Axe Valley. Comprising lounge, 
kitchen/dining room, conservatory, study, utility room, 3 bedrooms, master en-suite 
and family bathroom. Landscaped gardens, an integral garage and parking. 

Seaton, Attractive Spacious Detached Bungalow. £395,000 



A magnificent detached architect designed four bedroom family home in a stunning location 
overlooking Haven Cliff and Lyme Bay. The accommodation includes drawing room, study, dining 
room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and an exceptionally large double garage on the 
ground floor. The first floor comprising of four double bedrooms, master en-suite and family 
bathroom with a magnificent games, family/entertainment room on the first floor including a full 
sized snooker table. Landscaped gardens. Parking. 

Seaton, Exceptional Detached Family Home. £760,000. 


A most attractive and spacious detached 
chalet house on the outskirts of 
Colyford within easy reach of the 
village amenities and Colyton 
Grammar School. Lounge, conservatory, 
study area, dining room/bedroom 4, 
kitchen, cloakroom, 3 bedrooms and 
bathroom. Attractive gardens. Garage. 
uPVC DG. Gas CH. 

Seaton, Detached Bungalow. £399,950. Colyford, Spacious Chalet House. £330,000. 



An attractive and spacious detached 
bungalow situated in an elevated 
position in the favoured western part of 
town with delightful far reaching 
views over the Axe Valley. Comprising 
also includes, master en suite shower 
room, family Bathroom, living room, 
dining room, kitchen, utility and 
garden room. Double Garage. 
Landscaped gardens. Gas CH. 



A most attractive and idyllic Grade II 
listed thatched home located in the 
heart of the village and only a short 
distance from the sea. 
Comprising 6 bedrooms, 3 bath/shower 
rooms, 3 reception rooms, oak kitchen 
breakfast room and utility room. Period 
features throughout. Parking for 3 
vehicles. Cottage style gardens, 3 
summer houses and glimpses of the sea. 

Beer, Delightful Listed Period Home. £799,950. 



A superb and beautifully renovated 
Beer stone period cottage located 
at the heart of this ever popular fishing 
village and close to the shops, 
restaurants, public houses and 
beach. Fitted kitchen with limestone 
floor, separate dining room, 
sitting room and study, 3 bedrooms, 
bathroom and separate shower room. 
Courtyard Garden. 

Superb Beer Stone Period Cottage. £369,950. 




A beautifully presented detached 
bungalow with attractive landscaped rear 
gardens. Renovated to an exacting 
standard with new uPVC DG, refitted 
kitchen and bathroom, upgraded wiring with 
downlighters, replacement boiler and new 
central heating system, redecorated with 
new floor throughout. Comprising living 
Room, conservatory, kitchen, 2 bedrooms 
and a bathroom.Garage. 


Seaton, Detached Bungalow. £237,500. 



A superb three bedroom period semi 
detached cottage with character features. 
The accommodation includes living 
room, kitchen/dining room, utility area, 
cloakroom, three bedrooms, master 
en-suite, family bathroom, roof terrace 
with lovely rural views, gardens to front 
and rear and two parking spaces. 


Colyford, Three Bedroom Period Cottage. £265,000. 


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A converted split level apartment created 
from a Grade II listed building 
situated over the second and third floor 
and ideally located close to the 
town centre and seafront. The 
accommodation also includes an open 
plan lounge/diner with kitchen, study 
area and a family bathroom. 

Allocated parking space. 


Seaton, Two Bedroom Apartment. £159,950. 


Attractive ground floor garden apartment 
in a superb location benefiting 
from outstanding views over Lyme Bay 
towards Beer Cliffs. Accommodation 
includes, superb living room with bay 
window, main bedroom with period 
fireplace, second bedroom, galley-style 
kitchen and bathroom. Outside there 
is an enclosed garden to the rear and an 
allocated parking space. 

Seaton, Garden Apartment with Sea Views. £155,000. 




Seaton, Semi-Detached 


A four bedroom semi-detached house 
located in a convenient location for the 
town centre amenities and beach. 
Living room, refitted kitchen/breakfast 
room, dining room, utility room, 
cloakroom, four bedrooms, refitted 
family bathroom. Enclosed rear garden, 
garage and parking. 

Family Home. £189,995. 


A very spacious ground floor town centre 
apartment located just a short 
distance from the shops and beach. The 
accommodation includes living room, 
kitchen/dining room, two bedrooms, 
master en suite shower and second 
bathroom. Gas fired central heating and 
uPVC double glazing. 

Seaton, Spacious Ground Floor Flat. £112,950. 


A corner end terrace two bedroom 
home located in an elevated position on 
the outskirts of Colyton and benefiting 
from some far reaching rural views. 
Living room, kitchen/breakfast room 
with some appliances, one double 
bedroom and a single bedroom and a 
bathroom. Small enclosed garden. 
Re-decorated and re-carpeted. 
Parking space. Electric heating. 

Colyton, Lovely Outward Views. £595 pcm. 




A superb top floor penthouse retirement 
apartment located at the heart of 
Seaton with balcony and views and offering 
a secure environment for the over 
55's, with a daytime duty manager and 
24 hour emergency assistance. 

The accommodation includes living room 
with balcony, a fitted kitchen with 
appliances, double bedroom and bathroom. 
Communal gardens and parking area. 

Seaton, Penthouse Retirement Apartment. £139,950. 



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Scalwell Mead 

■ Spacious lounge/diner 

■ A large sun room at the rear 

■ Two bedrooms 

■ Modern kitchen 

■ Newly fitted bathroom 

■ Gas Central Heating 


£185,000 

i Upvc double glazing 
i Well landscaped front 
and rear garden 
i Garage and driveway with 
ample off road parking 
i No Chain 


■ Semi-detached bungalow 

■ Three bedrooms 

■ Modern, fitted kitchen 

■ Recently fitted shower room 


■ Sea views from the front and rear garden 

■ Single garage and driveway 

■ Landscape rear garden with 
summer house 


Gas central heating and 
Upvc double glazing 
Well presented throughout 
NO CHAIN 


■ Brand new build 

■ Detached, Three bedroom home 

■ Spacious Living Room 
with Wood burner 

■ Open Plan, modern 
kitchen/diner 

■ Gas central heating 

■ Upvc Double Glazing 



■ Built to high specifications 

■ Enclosed Rear garden 

■ Gravelled driveway with 
parking for several cars 

■ Modern fitted bathroom 
and downstairs cloakroom 

■ Quiet, central location close , 
to seafront and local amenitie^r 


East Walk Seaton 

■ Recently updated apartment 
with spectacular sea views 

■ A spacious Lounge 
with Bay windows 

■ Fully fitted, modern Kitchen 

■ Two double bedrooms 


£224,950 

i Upvc Double Glazing 
i Gas central heating 
i Allocated parking space 
at rear 

i 50% share of the freehold 
i Close to local Amenities 
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Curium Court Seaton 

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£150,000 



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■ Purpose built ground floor apartment 

■ Two double bedrooms 

■ Fully fitted, modern kitchen 

■ Lounge/diner with sea glimpses 


■ Beautifully presented throughout 

■ Ideal second home or investment 

■ Gas central Heating and 
Upvc Double Glazing 


i Allocated parking space 
i Within a few paces to Seaton Seafront 
i Close to local shops and amenities 
i No onward chain 



Marine Villas Beer 

■ Centrally located in the lovely 
village of Beer 

■ Spacious Lounge/dining room 
with large balcony 

■ Kitchen and Utility Room 

■ Two large double bedrooms both 
with ensuite 

■ Separate Cloakroom 


Guide £400,000 

■ A garage and parking for two cars 

■ Beautiful views toward the church 
and beyond to the sea. 

■ Private, patio seating area 

■ Upvc Double glazing and gas 
central heating 

■ Makes an ideal second home or 

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Seaton Down Road, Seaton £229,950 


■ Very close to Seaton Town centre 

■ Two bedroom semi detached 
bungalow 

■ Spacious Living Room 

■ Well appointed fitted Kitchen 

■ Modern bathroom 

■ Large Sun Room and Front porch 


■ Upvc Double Glazing and 
Gas Central Heating 

■ Detached single garage and 
ample parking 

■ Lovely enclosed rear garden 

■ Well presented throughout 


Meadow Road Seaton 



£395,000 

■ An outstanding, detached extended 
family house 

■ Newly modernised and refurbished 
throughout 

■ Four good sized bedrooms-master en-suite 

■ Spacious lounge, separate dining room 
and family room 

■ Highly convenient, peaceful level location 

■ Stunning brand new integrated 
kitchen/breakfast room 

■ Gas central heating and sealed unit 
double glazing 

■ Attached garage and parking 

■ Good sized level, enclosed gardens 
and large terrace 

■ Viewing recommended 

■ NO ONWARD CHAIN 



Colyvale, Colyton 

i Recently constructed three 
bedroom house 
i Modern well fitted kitchen 
i Lounge with french doors 
leading into rear garden 
i Two en-suite shower rooms 
■ Family bathroom with Jacuzzi bath 


OIEO £200,000 

■ Upvc double glazing throughout 
i Gas central heating 
i Easy maintenance front and 
rear gardens 

i Off road parking for two vehicles 
i Internal viewing highly 
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Kings Court, Seaton £195,000 

■ Spacious, light and airy ■ Electric heating 

apartment a u pvc double glazing throughout 

■ Good size reception hall 

■ Private gated parking area 

■ Well fitted kitchen 

■ Well fitted bathroom ■ Communal gardens 

■ Three bedrooms ■ Viewing recommended J 


Kingsdon Colyton 


£650,000 



■ A registered small holding in 7.62 
acres approx 

■ A recently modernised, individually 
styled detached house 

■ Five/six bedrooms 


■ Multiple aspect living room with fine views 

■ Sealed unit double glazing and 
central heating 

■ Extensive collection of out buildings 
including stable block 


■ Panoramic Axe Valley and countryside views 

■ Flexible family accommodation 
with further scope to extend 

■ Extensive grounds in 3 paddocks 

■ NO ONWARD CHAIN 



Foxglove Road Seaton £250,000 

■ Spacious Lounge 


■ Detached family home 

■ Quiet Cul De Sac location 

■ Master bedroom with 
ensuite shower room 

■ Three further bedrooms 

■ Modern Kitchen 

■ Separate Dining Room 


and sun room 

■ Single Garage with driveway 

■ Enclosed rear garden 

■ Planning permission for a 

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GLOUCESTER HOUSE £399,000 


This fine Grade II listed Georgian Town House boasts a wealth of character features including Flag stone floors, window shutters, impressive fire places and wonderful proportioned rooms throughout the 3 
v floors of accommodation, benefiting from gas fired central heating, off road parking, 5 Double Bedrooms, 4 reception rooms and living Kitchen this house must be viewed to be fully appreciated. > 


MILL HOUSE £279,500 


Situated in a quiet backwater close to Tesco's and the railway station this former mill 
house offers exceptionally spacious accommodation including the old wheel house 
which now forms a characterful Lounge. Offering gas central heating & double glazing 
comprises Entrance Hall, Living Room, Dining Room , Lounge, Kitchen/Breakfast, 
Utility Room, Cloakroom. Workshop, 3 Double bedrooms, Box room, Bathroom. 
Courtyard garden, sun terrace/balcony, off road parking. 


CROSSWAYS £159,950 


This fabulous family house benefits from gas fired central heating, double glazing & very large 
corner plot garden which must be viewed to be fully appreciated, comprising Entrance Hall 
, Sitting room, dining room, Large Kitchen/breakfast, Utility room, Cloakroom, 
workshop & other useful outhouses, 3 good size bedrooms & new bathroom 
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WOODBURY PARK £187,500 , 




Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac location this well presented semi-detached 
bungalow would ideally suit retirement purposes and provides ample parking 
and sunny south and west facing private rear garden. Accommodation comprises: 
storm porch, hallway, lounge/dining room, new fitted kitchen, 2 double bedrooms 
and new bathroom. No onward chain. 


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A 3 bedroom corner house with allocated parking space and garden with 
accommodation comprising entrance hall, living room with bay window, 
kitchen with dining area, downstairs cloakroom, 3 bedrooms, bathroom, 
parking and garden £189,950 


An end terraced 3 storey house offering a large master en-suite bedroom, 2 further double 
bedrooms and 2 allocated parking spaces. The accommodation comprises entrance hall, 
downstairs cloakroom, kitchen, lounge, 2 double bedrooms and bathroom on first floor, master 
v suite on second floor with shower room and dressing area, garden and parking £182,500 y 


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A terraced 3 storey house offering a large master en-suite bedroom, 2 further double bedrooms 
and 2 allocated parking spaces. The accommodation comprises entrance hall, downstairs 
cloakroom, kitchen, lounge, 2 double bedrooms and bathroom on first floor, master suite on 
v second floor with shower room and dressing area, garden and parking £179,950 y 


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3 bedroom, double fronted, brick built house 
with walled South facing rear garden and adjoining 
allocated parking space. 


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3 bedroom, double fronted, brick built, end terraced 
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Dove Court Care Home, Seaton 

COOK 

We are looking for an experienced cook 
whose role it will be to manage the kitchen 

Benefits include: 

No split shifts, 6 weeks paid holiday 
good rate of pay, excellent working conditions, 
friendly environment, paid breaks 

Please call 01297 22451 to apply 
(ask for Amy or Sue) 



HOUSEKEEPER WANTED 
BRANSCOMBE, DEVON 


Holiday property letting agent seeks reliable and 
thorough person to look after a beautifully furnished 
holiday home sleeping up to 8 guests, let throughout the 
year. Hours will vary dependent on bookings, but 
average 10 hours per week and will include 
housekeeping and laundry. Days may vary and 
will include some Saturdays and Sundays. 

Must live within 20 minutes' drive of property and 
have own transport. For further details call Christine 
at Rural Retreats on 01386 702622. 


The Hare and Hounds, 

SlDBURY NEAR HONITON 

We are recruiting 
Bar & Restaurant StaffKitchen 
Assistant and Kitchen Porter. 

Own transport essential. 

Telephone Lindsey 01404 41760 


St Michael’s C of E (VA) Primary School 
Lyme Regis 

Permanent Part-time Position 

The Governors are delighted to invite applications to 
join our dedicated team at St Michael’s Primary School. 

St.Michael's Pre-school requires a 
leader from January 2013 
Child care supervisor - Permanent 

Due to the relocation of our current supervisor 
we are looking for a friendly, energetic, discrete 
and well qualified leader. 

Experience of working with Two Year Olds is an advantage. 
Permanent - Part-time 21 Hours a week 
Dorset Grade 6 Starting Scale Point 16 
Hourly Rate £8.52 (starting point) 

Deadline for applications: Wednesday 24th October 
Interviews: Friday 9th November 
Please contact the school to arrange a tour, 
job description and application details. 

Address: King’s Way, Lyme Regis, Dorset. DT7 3DY 
Telephone: 01297 442623 
Email: office@stmichaelslyme.dorset.sch.uk 

St. Michael’s Primary School is committed to safeguarding the 
welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this 
commitment. An enhanced CRB check will be required. 


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Full time or possibly part time 


CHEF / COOK 


to assist in our busy kitchen. 


Must be able to handle pressure of a busy kitchen and be able to produce food 
of a consistently high standard. Must also work well as part of a team and be 
able to communicate well with others. 

Competitive rates of pay, please contact Graham on 01297 21838 


CANNON 

CARE ASSISTANTS 
FULL and PART TIME 

Previous experience preferred but not essential 

For more information and 
an application form please contact 

Thornfield Care Home 
Seaton; 0129720039 

Catering Staff required 
for School Kitchen 

Experience an advantage but 
full training will be given 
Term Time Only 
Mon - Fri 

Various hours available 
CRB will be carried out 

For further details please call on 
01297 444170, 07717 425088 

TCh c HAIR DESIGN 

Full Time 

very good all rounder stylist 

is required at Flix Hair Design in Colyton 

Exisiting clientelle. Good rates of pay 
Lovely salon to work in 
Needed from January 2013 
Must have 3+ years experience 

Please call Jill on 01297 553360 

TO ADVERTISE YOUR JOB 
VACANCY PLEASE CALL 
JEMMA ON 01297 446158 


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BOY’S Zero.G bmx type 
bike. Silver/red forks. Good 
Cond. Age 6-10 £20 01404 
44507 

GIRL’S ‘Sweetie’ Bike. Pink 
+ stabilizers and tassles. 
Good. Con. Age 4-6. £20 
01404 44507 

BIKE Apollo Gradient. 14” 
frame with 21 gears. Suit boy 
10 yrs. £15.01297 24642 
ENGLISH Florin collection 
1872 - 1967 £95 Tele¬ 

phone 023 80324258 
WANTED. Private collector 
wants VINYL RECORDS. 
Albums & singles, rock & pop 
only. Cash paid. 07990938198 
CONSERVATORY suite 2 
seater sofa 2 chairs wooden 
frame with cushions good 
condition came from Ottery 
Nurse £100 ONO 01404 


43424 

RALEIGH pioneer classic 
ladies bicycle (made in Eng¬ 
land) very good condition 
£125 01404 831487 
THREE seater plus two 
seater settees beige next excel¬ 
lent condition £140 32” flat 
screen TV £150 01404 

813812 

DOUBLE divan two drawers, 
excellent condition £100 bunk 
beds all accessories £100 dou¬ 
ble wardrobe £70 01404 
813812 

METAL bunk beds £100 ono 
4’6” divan two drawers £100 
double wardrobe matching 4 
drawers chest £100 01404 
813812 

FLAT screen TV 32” TV two 
shelved stand, DVD player 
ECO £200 2 bedside cabinets 


£20 each 01404 813812 
DARK green deep buttoned 
reclining leather armchair 
Chard £50 01460 62767 
DUAL Bath Mixer Tap 
(Chrome) with Hand Shower 
attachment. Hose long enough 
to be mounted on wall. VGC. 
Only £20. Call 01404 871565 
G-PLAN floral 3 seat settee 
and Recliner armchair .Needs 
a clean, but very comfy. 125. 
Tel 01297 21930 
SNOOKER/POOL TABLE: 
180x94x80 cm . Used, but in 
good condition. Includes 4 
cues and set of balls. £20 0127 
24642 

PRAM bebecar transport sys¬ 
tem, all extras including, full 
instructions VGC £65 ono 
01297 21098 

6FT DISPLAY wall unit solid 


wood excellent condition £75 
ono 01297 32869 / 07879 
643829 

GAS cooker 12 month old 
used twice have moved house 
£150 ONO 01297 22776 
OLD charm cabinet small 
£30, small round coffee table 
£20, wall tapestry £25 01392 
211260 

1700 pea shape bath glass 
screen side panels and mixer, 
shower, taps £175 01297 
21630 

BATHSTORE oval bathroom 
mirror with concealed cabinet. 
Stainless steel, two internal 
shelves. Overall 450mm wide, 
650 mm tall, 110 mm deep. 
Hardly used. £25. Tel 01297 
480 898 

SHOWER tray stone ceramic 
90cm x 90cm small chips cov¬ 


ered when fitted £10.00 01404 
45955 

STUART Turner Monsoon 
3.0 bar twin pump £130 


01404 45260 

CENTRAL heating pump 
complete with valves £30 
01404 45260 


Clock Repairs 




A family run firm of traditional 
clock, barometer & 
barograph restorers. 

12 month guarantee on all work 
Horological Free estimates • Insurance work undertaken 
Institute Home visits by our resident Horologist 

01404 47466 

16 New Street, Honiton EX14 1EY 
Open 10am-4pm (1pm Sat) Thursday CLOSED 


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Finance and Administration 
Manager 

£18,500 per annum pro rata 
3 days per week (Weds, Thurs, Fri) 

We're looking for an experienced administrator to 
take charge of our business processes and support the 
operation of our popular museum 
Closing date Friday, 26th October. 

Weekend Duty Managers (2) 

£14,725 per annum pro rata 
1 day per week (Saturday or Sunday) 
Experienced, flexible people sought to be responsible for 
the operation of our popular museum at the weekend. 
Closing date Friday, 26th October. 

For an application pack please contact 
David Tucker email: 
director@lymeregismuseum.co.uk 
or Tel: 01927 443370 


Swallowcliffe Care home 
(Seaton) 01297 22629 


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Part time carer’s 

To cover a variety of day & weekend shifts plus 
one night shift per week. All positions required a 
flexible approach to cover any sickness and holidays. 
NVQ 2 qualification preferable but not essential, as 
training will be given, full driving licence desirable. 

Activity Coordinator(s) 

Mon to Fri 10 am — 12 noon, 3 afternoons per week 
2 — 5pm to include a Saturday. 

Those interested please contact 
Judith on: 01297 22629. 


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• 5ft /10ft / 20ft / 40ft storage units 



CLEARANCES 

• Single items, Bereavement, Fire, Flood etc. 

MAN AND VAN SERVICE 

• Deliveries and collections 

- m £sa ?- 

4 .111 Imho 01404 891490 / 07886 488634 



Man and Van 

Delivery and Collection 
House, Garage and Garden Clearance 
Scrap Metal Collection 
All Jobs Considered 
Registered Waste Carriers Licence 
Held 

Call David: 01297 32765 or 
07759 099127 


MAN AND VAN 

Removals Large or small 
House Clearances 
Local/Europe (France/Spain) 
Friendly service 
Call for a quote 
Mike 07891 707482 ^ 



Lyme Bay Removals 
and Self Storage 

Local & National Removals 
HOUSE CLEARANCES 
Whole contents purchosed 
and single items 

Self Storage 

NOW OPEN 
All units inside secure 
building from £15 per week 
Available Short & Long Term 
Access seven doys a week 

OWN PARKING ' 

Removals 01297 22453 
& Self Storage 01297 22777 
Info •! lymeboyouction.co.uk 
www.lymebayauction.co.uk 


Avid Move 

FOR ALL OF YOUR REMOVAL NEEDS 

• Man and Van Service • House Clearances 
• Home and Office Moves 
• Fully insured 

Tel: 01404 384004 
E: sales@avidmove.co.uk 
W: www.avidmove.co.uk 


TAYLORS REMOVALS 

Local/National/Overseas 
Full or Part Loads 
Storage Facilities 
House Clearances 
AVAILABLE 7 DAYS A WEEK 

Tel: Dave or Dean 

(Axminster) 01297 35740 


COMPUTER HELP & BUSINESS 



The 

Computer 

Doctor 


/ Fast, Friendly Local V 
Service In East Devon For\ 
Problems Involving 

Viruses Slow Computers Wireless Issues 
Internet * New System Setup * Hardware 
Software • Laptop Repair Daui Recovery } 
Qro^dfonneJ - fmrtM Issun • Home Vlwt> f 
Hew or VH Computers AvalUPIe 

Call Mike on / 


FREEPHONE 

0800 09 20 419 

07974968131 

•ee Cd«pittn §* If paer Hm 

After Hours, Weekend Support Available 
ft —i i e4 FrtfnOvut Service 


PC DOCTOR + 



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7 itaftimr Rntrl Cbk# n«m CTT1 


Honiton Computer 

Services , - 

Computer Running SLOW ? 

Computer Tune up Service - £25 NO FIX 

♦ FREE Upgrade Assessment 

♦ FREE Collection & Delivery NO FEE 

Desktop ft Laptop Repair* • VWvb Removal 
Syttean Setup - Nerd Drive Recovery - 
New DaeMop Computer* From £249 

For Feet Eipert AiMoe In 

emi d«voocm 01404 515036 


Prompt Fnendty Service 
Advice and nstructon 


o< 


Upgrades Repairs 


Software Problems & Virus Removal 
Wireless Broadband Problems 


Same Day Callout 
GAP Discount 

No FixINo Fee 
No Call Out Charge 



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CLEANING SERVICES 


CHIMNEY SWEEP 


CARPET CLEANING 


The Chimney A V 
Keepers ) 

* IWvr i* tcptny • lottullanoo o 4 iicvt* 

• Co«ii filled • Certified Chimney S«vep 

* HETAS nj’f’rmvtl 9 Safety iertilkLiies iiuksl 

Tel: 01297 370039 uffj 

Mriti* fl?*|WIS4?4 > 

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BBS CHIMNEYSWEEP 




OVEN CLEANING 


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oven cleaning 


C*S f* * f*** f*ok 


Kii 0097 445359 

• rte) > yr a bt g w tkw 

Does your Oven, AGA or 
Range need Gleaming? 
Then Call Nick Paul at 
OvenGleamers today on: 

01297 598345 

*ttcfc cleaned my o*en and Hob oba 
day and all I can say is Wow. the mutt was 
amazing Thar* you so much * Mrs Rogers ; 

www.OvenGleamers.con) 

. Osertt i AjGAa i Raroo* I I B8Qt _ J 


Soot and 


CHIMNEY SWEEP 

"A clean chimney ft a toft chimney'’ 
Our services also include 
stove repairs, birds nest removals, 
and fitting of bird guards and cowls 

Now is the best 
rime to sweep 
yoot chimney so 
call us rodoy for 
more derails' 

Phone: 01404 813159 

Email: booking v^soot-sweep.co.uk 

Web: www.soot-sweep.co.uk 





DRY CARPET CLEANERS 


A True EARTH Friendly Process 


WINDOW CLEAN (EXTERNAL) 
WITH EVERY ORDER 


dry-as-a-bone.co.uk “forget wet” 

• No Wet Carpets • Safe Non-Toxic Natural 

• Zero Drying Time Biodegradable Product 

• Carpets Can Be • Harmless to children 
Used Immediately & pets 


TEL: 01297 22862 


nc a 


Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning 


First Class Service 

• Free Survey with no 
obligation 

• Safe cleaning of both wool 
& synthetic carpets 

• Upholstery 

• Leather 

• Oriental carpets a specialty 
•Turbo drying of carpets & 1 
upholstery 

Tel: 01297 561505 


First Class Results 

• Safe insect/moth/fleas 
protection/extermination 

• Fire proofing of carpets 
•Stain-guarding of carpets 
& upholstery 

• Covering W. Dorset, E. 
Devon & S. Somerset 
•All work properly insured 

• Full member of the NCCA 

or 07970 060449 


CLEANING 


HOUSEPROUD 

NOTIMETO CLEAN GIVE MEA RING 

Domestic & Commercial Premises 
Regular and One Off 
Spring Cleans, House Moves, 
Lettings, Shops & Offices 

YOU NAME IT - WE CLEAN IT 

Experienced, Friendly, Reliable Service 
Free Quotes 

Tel: Jill 01297 34444 
07980 471981 



€31*010*8 

Domestic 
Service 

Weekly and Fortnightly cleans 

Hours are now available 
in Seaton, Colyton, 

Axminster and the 
surrounding areas. 

Trustworthy & highly 
trained staff 
You won’t be disappointed 

Tel CAROLE on: 01297 24202 



POPPIES 

of Lyme Bay 

N° 1 in the UK for Domestic Cleaning 

REGULAR HOUSEWORK 

SPRING & EMERGENCY 
CLEANING 

BEFORE OR AFTER 
REMOVAL CLEANING 

Providers of reliable, 
professional and 
properly insured 
services throughout 
the UK since 1980. 

www.poppies.co.uk 

01297 561100 



AERIALS & SATELLITES 


AERIAL VISION 
SOUTHWEST 

Stuart Harwood 
Domestic & Commercial 
Aerial & Satellite installations 
Tel: 01297 625171 

Visit our website for 

details and packages Re 9 No - 1 8265688 rdi 

www.avsouthwest.com 


Broadband via Satellite up to 
lOmb anywhere in the UK 
Starting from £17.99 per month 


Standard 
installation 
packages 
starting 
from £100 



AERIALS & CABLE 

7V & Radio Aerials 

Installations & Repairs 
Satellite Installation 
UHF&VHF 

Digi Upgrades & Boxes 
Multi Point Installation 

Established 42 years 

Tel:01297 443928 
Mobile 07814 481833 


HomeStead 

Carpet Cleaning 

• PRICES FROM JUST £20 
PER ROOM 

• PROFESSIONAL AND 
FRIENDLY SERVICE 

• FULLY INSURED 

• MONEY BACK GUARANTEE 

• FREE ESTIMATES 

• REFERENCES AVAILABLE 

Ring today for FREE 
no obligation quote 

TEL: 07957 661760 


The Carpet 
Cleaning Services 

Carpet • Rugs • 1'phoLstcry 
Siam Tffiimrhi ♦ Flood Damage 
Sanitise • Deodorise 
Domestic A- r.ommertcil $< 
Special Offc 
Two bedroom 




REPAIRS 


TELEVISION REPAIR 


TELEVISION REPAIR 

Your Local TV 
Repair Service 

LYME BAY 

TELEVISION SERVICE 

Repairs and Service to 
TV, DVD, VCR & AUDIO 



Telephone: 01297 445561 
Mobile: 07815730626 
Email: angus.wheller@gmail.com 


VAC REPAIR 


PARAMOUNT DAS. 
VAC REPAIRS 



Free local 
collection / 
delivery 


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LOCAL SERVICES 


GARDENS & LANDSCAPES 


GARDEN & LANDSCAPE SERVICES 



Tree Surgery and Fencing 

• All aspects of tree surgery, felling, reducing and shaping 

• Forestry maintenance and/or clearance 

• All types of fencing and decking • Grass cutting service 

• Digger work and ground clearance 
We also offer a landscaping service. 

For a free quotation please call Chris Wyon-Brown on: 
01297 35638 or 07773 845 724 

Qualified and fully insured. 

Approved contractor for Devon and Somerset Fire and Resuce Service. 

www.threecountiesgroup.com 



E.D. GARDEN SERVICES 

• Fencing and gates 

• Clearance and maintenance 

• Hedgecutting and strimming 

• Tree felling, surgery and pruning 

• Turfing and seeding 

• Paths, patios and gravelling 

• Fully insured and registered 

All aspects of other garden work undertaken 

01297 625121 /07949 457995 

24hr Storm damage service 



Eden Garden Developments 


Design, Construction & Care of 
Landscapes & Gardens 

Fencing, Gates & Decking, Walling, Patios, Paths, Ponds, 
Gravel Schemes, Lawns, Custom Design, Garden Care 

01297 23596 & 07977 415446 
www.a 1 -environmental .com 


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POND SPECIALIST 


AQUATIC SOLUTIONS 

POND AND WATER FEATURE SPECIALIST 

Renovation ^ 

PAUL HILL HND FFFM 

Construction 

12 years experience in 

Aquatic Weed Control ■ 

L Aquatics & Water 

Disease Diagnosis V 

& Treatment 

Engineering 
References available 

Water Quality 

™ Tel: 01460 30770 

Aquarium Installation 

(Winsham) 

Garden Maintenance 

Mob: 07875 584226 




ORNAMENTAL IRONWORK 



FENCING 


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01404 073816 or 67748 0TS883 j 

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Ornamental Ironwork 


Gates ♦ Balustrades ♦ Hand Railings etc 
Welding Repairs & Fabrication 


P.R. DRIVER 

105A Harepath Road, Seaton, 
Devon EX122DX 

Telephone: 01297 21109 


DAVID BRIGHT Garden & Fencing Service 


FENCING 

Closeboard - Panels - Palisade - Trellis - Post & Rail - Post & Wire 
Rose Arches - Pergolas - Gates (domestic & agricultural) 
Concrete and wooden posts available 

GARDEN MAINTENANCE 

Grass Cutting - Hedges - Rotavating - Spraying - Turfing or Re-Seeding 

We provide a service to meet all your garden requirements. 

Please phone David to discuss your individual needs 

Tel: (01297) 678498 





LOGS FOR SALE 



“ASHLEYS” ASH LOGS 

2 YEARS SEASONED 
BARN DRIED HARDWOOD LOGS 
CUT & SPLIT TO SUIT 
BEST QUALITY, 
QUANTITY AND PRICE 
SUPPLYING ALL LOCAL STOVE 
COMPANIES AND INDIVIDUAL 
HOUSEHOLDS 

01297 680535 / 07807 455160 


Dorset Firewood 
QUALITY SEASONED 

LOGS FOR SALE 

AND KINDLING 
Hard wood or mixed 
loads available. 

Place your order now before the winter rush. 

Ring for Details and prices 

07773 845724 
01297 35638 

| www.threecountiesgroup.com' 


SEASONED 
LOGS FOR SALE 

Any size loads available. 

Ring anytime on 
07979 646110 or 
07815 755608 


DRY STORED 
r HARDWOOD 


LOGS FOR SALE 




£55.00 per tonne collected 

jAwrynster Area> 


£85.00 

IAxmr»*!*r area) 


Tetepbooe 01297-678786 
























































































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GARDENS & LANDSCAPES 


SHEDS, SUMMERHOUSE AND GARDEN BUILDINGS 


BEAMINSTER 

SHED5« 


INTRODUCING OUR NEW RANGE OF GARDEN 
SHEDS IN BRITISH WESTERN RED CEDAR 




Quality Buildings at Affordable Prices Standard or Bespoke 
GARDEN SHEDS FROM £265 INCLUDING.DELIVERY & ERECTION' 

(based on easy access & level base) 

Beaminster Sheds 
Manufacturers of 
Custom Made Buildings, 
Garden Sheds, 
Summerhouses, 
Offices, Workshops, 
Garages, Stables, 
Field Shelters, Chicken 
Houses, Animal 
Housing, Fencing, Gates 


nr 


■ & ERECTION 

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Please visit our display area at 32 North Street, Beaminster DT8 3DY 


_ 


or phone 01308 861144. Open Mon - Fri 8 - 5, siat 8 -12 


LUTON GREEN 
SAWMILL 

GREEN OAK FOR 

TIMBER FRAMED BUILDINGS 

Tel: 01404 841 504 


Sawmills 

PANELS, CLOSEBOARDING, POST AND RAIL 
JUST SUPPLY OR SUPPLY AND FIT 
• Fencing & Gates Decking Sheds • Summerhouses 
• Stables • Woodchip Oak Flooring * Large Timber 
Buildings • Security Fencing 

LOOK BEFORE YOU BUY 

We come out and give FREE ESTIMATES 

Mon-Fri 8am - 5pm, Sat 8-11am ring first (Closed for lunch 1-1,30pm) 

www.allanbrightsawmills.co.uk 

HONITON TEL:01404 43411 

Sheds and 

i 

>s _ TAILOR MADE 

Summerhouses 

I* gajlden mnuuuGS 

• AJ garden timber building And structures 


P Garden gulidingf 

• Thatching vendee to ell garden products 


> Direct from the manufacturer 

• Dovecotes to workshops 

• living vans and shepherds huts 


QUALITY TONGUE , 

• Carpentry etc • Sbedre-4eta 


AND GROOVE «-»*-* **•., 

• Custom and standard builds 


SHEDS yi umi «.«aaJS« 

• Have preparation and installation 


6 a4' SHEDS FROM £240 F bmmt price 

TEL: 01297 34509 MOB 07773 182 929 


7'n5 r SHEDS FROM C33S plaaea call 

www nakanchron co uk 


•W SHEDS FROM 090 01404 031701 


TREE SURGEONS 




FULLY QUALIFIED & INSURED 


20 YEARS EXPERIENCE 

* Trc<?C*" tiv 


Western Tree Services Ltd. 



Total Tree Care 

• Fell ng and Dtsmancftng 1 


JflBB l 

• Crown reduction* 8 thapnC 


Specialising in Tree Surgery, 

a FYt-nrg 


Felling, Pruning, Hedging 

• Mcdfec Cutting For iVneMieiMieU 


Self propelled 6” chipper & man for hire. 

• Garden clearance TEL: 01404 841314 


Chip trees and branches in parts of your 

• Phrmnc Mobile: 07957 £58202 


garden wheeled chippers cannot reach. 

NfTC Quitted 5caO / ful Uabdqr Insurance 


Chips and Logs For Sale 

ALL ASPECTS OF DOMESTIC TREE WORK UNDERTAKEN 

1 Girvch NCM Krb wmm uconwocyr com 


Contact: Mr K Williams on (01297) 445670 



BUILDING & PROPERTY MAINTENANCE 


ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES 


DAMP PROOFING 



oBitr 07824 861 909 
www.jimlarcombe.co.uk 
info@jimlarcombe.co.uk 



A) types of Bu4c*ng Regulations ranging from 
Butoog Notice appfccahon submission, 
through to ful drawings for Buidng Regulations and tender purposes. 


Feel tree to contact me to discuss your needs Free initio! coreuttatton/quotatfen. 


Northcott Design 
& Management 

Architectural Design 
Management Services 

plumini£ and hutklitt£ rt*£tilalion4 

s|>CvillL*ll|n|lv Jllltl VitfOilultfn 

tender* and *upcrv!uof) 
ctinlracls and ;iibuitmlnil>r«i 


T : 01297 551150 
M ; 07854 057521 
E : sales& nbeontractors.co.uk 


East Devon Damp 

Proofing, Timber 
Preservation and 
Property 
Maintenance Ltd 

Please call for a free quote 
Telephone 01297 20219 



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BUILDING & PROPERTY MAINTENANCE 


PROPERTY MAINTENANCE 


LOCAL SERVICES 




• Plastering • Painting • Decorating 

• Exterior & Interior 

-♦- 

Tel: 01297 - 21597 Mob: 07813 678430 


PROPERTY MAINTENANCE 
DECORATION 
GENERAL BUILDING 
CARPENTRY 

Phone ROB MITCHELL 
Home 01297 35556 
Mobile 07974 490602 


C.ipwitTT 4 

Property 
General Bui 
Kit 

Restore 



MATT PAINES 

BUILDING & 

PROPERTY 

MAINTENANCE 


Tel: 01297-24220 
Mob: 07851749902 


www.mattdainesbuilding.co.uk 

i BUY WITH CONFIDENCE! 

DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL, TRADING STANDARDS APPROVED 1 


KITCHENS & BATHROOMS 

Git MWMl Cl UN |MM 






KITCHEN DOORS 

Replacement door 
and drawer fronts 

Any size - Many styles 
Lowest prices 

Free estimates • No VAT 
Telephone 01395 225190 
Economy Kitchen Doors 


mark simpson 

• KITCHENS • BEDROOMS • 

. BATHROOMS * 

OlHfXU NtOPfDTY MA/MTiHANCC 

01297*23056 07837*393256 

Call os for excellent advertising 

tmiutw -- 

A.C. CLAPP 

YOi/R LOCAL M450W A PLASTtPtR 

Irtchayng - Block Mod - Plaihdng - PalM 

Handaring - Stonework - Pdntng - THng 

CooptllM lUH No VAT - )Cy» oootoftu 

Wma OKAilton - from odetco - Ho job too omall 

Col tor ■ prompt end IrttnAy mpom 


FLOORING 


MARK PIBWORTH 

CAlfT ANO VINYL FITTER 

Over 25 pears eaperience 

No VAT 
Free osti mates 
Free panning 

01404 44184 

Mob: 07977 271733 




Ross Lambert 

Carpet and Vinyl Fitting 

Professional carpet fitter 
with over 15 years experience 

Free measuring and estimating service 
No job too small! 

29 Park Road, Beer, 

Devon EX12 3HJ 

01297 625529 
07878 155894 

rosslambert 10 @ hotmail .co.uk 


COB, STONE & LIME WORK 


BUILDING SERVICES 


ROOFING 



BEN SANSOM • 0129/ 39306 07940536383 



WHoln 


.JmditKMl 
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j-Li Build 

olLlrw Work tend 
>rtarcd Walling- Pot 
Building A Repairs 

nt Specialist & 
ing Lime Siippl 

rating 

S ' 

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www. cobondstone co. uk 
01404 46539 • 07976 475229 


Building Maintenance 


With 90 ywn of nptvianty in th« buoding tmd* 
•d types of bulldog maintenance undertaken 
including carpentry, painbrg, decorating, re 
panting. rendering tfc 

Whatever you requirement*, whatever the we 
|o6, cal on the number below tor an 
appointment and a free estimate. 

Dm Merten 

Phon* OltVJ 6»HI« | MoM* 0774M72HS 


Castle Head Builders 



- Extensions 

- Renovations 

- New Build 

- General Building Work 

- Local 

- Reliable 

- References available 


Call Andy now for a discussion & Free estimate on 
Telephone 01297 33006 Mobile 07977 476093 
info @ castle-head .co .uk 


AmB Roofing Services 

'Raising Roofing Standards' 

Slating • Tiling • Flat Roofing 
New Roofs, Re-Roofs, Repairs 
UPVC Fascia Soffit and Guttering 
Lead Work 
Chimney Re-Pointing 

Tel: 07784 364712 
FreePhone: 0808 168 1714 
Email: ambroofingservices@gmail.com 












































































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HOME IMPROVEMENTS 


Professional Painting 

Houses, Shops & Commercial Projects. 
Repairs and Maintenance undertaken. 
References Available and Insured 

Ross Young 

01404 831540 07799334885 

Covering the whole of East Devon 


M 

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MAKEYOURS 
AN ‘Al’ HOME 


The Local Reliable Quality 
Professionals 
GET THE 4 Al’FINISH 


For free quotation call 


01297 631481 
07746 648679 


HANDYMAN 


HANDY AAAN 

VERY EXPERIENCED 
SEMI-RETIRED BUILDER. 


Available for all jobs - inside and outside the 
house from putting up a shelf to laying a large 
patio, fencing, building walls, arches etc. 


Landscaping and project managment 
Please ring Freddie on 
01297 22365 or 07855 665217 
for advice or help. 


LUIIU) 

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Chris Lnukes 

Professional Handyman Service* 

I take great pride in providing a first 
class service- Please call to arrange a 
complimentary visit. 

Ejte*U*nt i ^wiwi 
25 y*m r* in tJw trade 
Hilly mmW 

07891 330700 « 01297 34669 



David Thomas 

Quality Decoration Service 

For all your painting, 
decorating and property 
maintenance requirements 

Established over 25 years 
Fully Insured 
Tidy/Reliable/Prompt Service 
01297 443336 07778 039404 


ffaton IViyf t 

Painting & Decorating 
Stonework & Brickwork 
General Masonr| 
Extensions 
Plastering 




Scott Cooper 

Plastering 
and Tiling Ltd 

Please call for a free quote 
Telephone 01297 20219 
Mobile 07745 464357 


Colin Dolman 

hidcrrr Si Geticrul Bulkier 

• hvfifrtl Repair* A MaiMimiar 
• h«ia4i»£ A ftreoratinu 
- Tillage (Mriben fU(hn»imi 
• RenderI nu • (jlntifttirr Mil K«olln|| 
• RrfarbbAlnK - Kro*t«tltin« 

t-rre Lit intuit* 

>\» Job IM SmmH 
lUmr 01 H? hl$225 M Mt 


BLINDS 


WINDOWS AND DOORS 


Hopson .Blinds 

VENETIAN 

ROLLER 

Est1965 

VERTICAL 

ROMAN 

4 

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ROOFBLINDS 

PERFECT FIT 


WOOD WEAVE 

DUTCH 

AWNINGS 

GARAGE DOORS 1 
REPAIRS 

SHUTTERS 



FREE MEASURING, 
FITTING AND ADVICE 

Visit our Factory Showroom to view all 
Intemal/Exterior Blinds 
Ample free parking 

Unit 13, Hunthay Farm, 
Axminster, Devon EX13 5RJ 

01297 - 33488 

w w w.hopsonblindsltd .co .uk 


s a vt mm with ssl miter crnaim windows 

For *FPfF tjuulocanUct in tacky 

01297 560856 

<1 WHOPOTtCOWOTVOTOWIS LTD 




T^l/Fa«01297 560856 Mob 07979 475164 

TuiWb«niMnlo«uaifl 


CARPENTRY 


Westgrove Joinery Uimited 1 

Manufacturers of quality 
bespoke timber products 
such as windows, staircases, 
gates, doors, bookcases etc. 


For a free quotation call: 
01395 568123 

LJ 

www.westgrovejoinerjy 

. com 


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C^ialrty bespoke wooden products 
Hardwood and softwood solid surfaces 
Staircases. Doors Windows. Kitchens 
Fgmrtunc. Arches and Curved Items 


RvpUce. hey*** New B**iW 

F f N?p6ti»W|i W 

For FREE Quotvt xml Ackitr 

Adam A Pevirt# 1 

01404 881255 * 07834 394223 



maintenance 

Renovate & Protect ! 

FREE ESTIMATES 

NO JOB TO SMALL !! CONTACT GRAHAM. 

Exterior Painting, specialised Spray - on 
Roof & Wall Coatings, Damp Prevention, 
Replacement UPVC Fascia & Guttering, 
Roofing Maintenance, General Building 
Repairs, Rendering, Re-pointing etc 
Any type of Power Washing, 

Paths, Patios, Conservatories 
Over 15 years Experience 

MAKING YOUR PROPERTY SMILE AGAIN 

! THUS ADDING VALUE TO IT ! 


FREEPHONE - 0800 084 2467 
VISIT OUR WEBSITE 

www.gbcmaintenance.co.uk 
mobile 07809603253 


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LOCAL SERVICES 


PLUMBING, HEATING & ELECTRICAL 


PLUMBING 


PATRICK WHELAN 

PLUMBING & HEATING 
SERVICES 

HEATING: GAS, LPG & UNVENTED SYSTEMS, 
BOILERS, INSTALLATIONS, REPAIRS, SERVICE, 
BATHROOMS, EN-SUITES, SHOWERS 

AXMINSTER & SURROUNDING AREAS 
01460 221424 or 07777622841 


EAST DEVON PLUMBING 

For all types of dome 

Mo job too small 

BATHROOM & KITCHEN 
INSTALLATIONS 

fit or IN onfry 
l - Plastering 


» built 


01404 85 00 99 



GAS CHECK 
SOUTH WEST 

*Gas Safe Registered* 

199190 

For all 

INSTALLATIONS • SERVICING 
PLUMBING/HEATING • REPAIRS 

07811129913 or 01404 45090 
FREEEPHONE 0800 0938169 


gllli 


• iKtHtfaNfCaAOMafenta 


■ Uwrt awte n teitefoteftte 


A *"* 


RTone 01404 050' 


GK Plumbing & 
Heating Services 

All aspects of plumbing work undertaken 
Repairs and installations 
Boiler Installations 
Bathrooms designed & installed 
including tiling, electrics & plastering 
Power Flushing 

Bathrooms and Wetroom installations 

07896 344457 
Evenings 01297 32466 




Des Grant 

Plumbing & Heating 


QUALIFIED REGISTERED , - . 

ENGINEERS WORKING IN THE | 

PLUMBING INDUSTRY SINCE 1977 

GAS & OIL 

BOILER REPAIRS SERVICING & INSTALLATION 
POWER FLUSHING & SYSTEM UPGRADES 
UNDERFLOOR HEATING 
BATH / SHOWER ROOMS 

SOLAR THERMAL DESIGN INSTALLATION & REPAIR 
SMALL REPAIRS TO PROJECT DESIGN & INSTALLATION 
FREE SURVEY & QUOTATION 




Contact: 07785 935177 0129735559 


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ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING 


ELECTRICAL 



Electrical and Plumbing 

Installation and Repairs 


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Paul Harvey 


KEITH PERRYMAN 

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• DOMESTIC • COMMERCIAL 

Commercial / Domestic Work 


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NICEIC Approved 


Tel: 01404 851155 


fl T: 01297 32700 

Mob: 07768 266731 


M: 07796 517702 


• Electrical 
Installations 

• Inspection & Testing 

• Security Systems 

• Fire Alarm Systems 

• Maintenance 

• 24 Hour Breakdown 
Service 


C* WESCO 

Formerly Wallis Electrical Services Ltd 
All your electrical, plumbing & heating 
needs in one package 

FREE ESTIMATES 

Call us: 01297 33554 
www.wescosystems.co.uk 

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Central heating 
systems 

Fires, boilers, 
cookers and hobs 

Landlords safety checks 

7 Year Warranty 
on Boilers 

LPG, Gas & Oil 

Bath and 
shower rooms 


LOFT CONVERSIONS 


DEVON & DORSET 
LOFT CONVERSIONS 


Internal and 
External 
, Alterations 


For a quote or advice please call 
01297 443061 07785 500603 

or visit our website www.loftconversions-lymeregis.co.uk 




PETS 


PET SUPPLIES 


‘V GOSFORD 

ROAD, OTTERY 
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EX1IINU 

C&L PET HOME VISITING SERVICE 

Pet taxi service to your vet 
Boarding service for small animals & reptile 
Home visiting available (if your working away or on holiday) 
Home delivery service available 
Fully licensed and insured 

Telephone: OI404 812770 / 07436 263501 
www.candlaquatics.co.uk 



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...with great value, 
advertising. J 
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KENNELS AND CATTERY 


Sunnymead Boarding Kennels 
Langaton Lane, Pinhoe, 
Exeter, EXl 3TS 
01392 445312 



All kennels 
centrally heated 

Collection 
and delivery 





























































LOCAL SERVICES 


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Tuesday October 9th 2012 E 


HEALTH AND CARE 


NORDIC WALKING 


HYPNOTHERAPY 


come along . 

& TRY... AgSti&P 


The workout that tones the whole body! 

• Burns 46% more 

• Easy on the knees 

calories than 

and joints 

ordinary walking 

• Great for neck, 

• Increase your 

shoulder and back 

energy levels 

problems 

• Tone up and lose weight 

• Sociable, safe 

• Suitable for all levels 

outdoor exercise 


Now available in your local area... 

Call Lindsay for more details on 01297 553522 | 
or email me at lindsay.shadrach@tiscali.co.uk 


Clinical Hypnotherapy 
Cognitive Behavioural 
Hypnotherapy 


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Michelle Hague 

BA(Hons) Cert ed PDC Hyp PDCBHyp FBSCH 

Clinics in: 

Axminster Exeter Sidmouth 
www.takecontrolofyourlife.co.uk 
01297 20144 or 07761773563 
michelle@haguemail.co.uk 


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Clinical Hypnosis and Cognitive 

Behavioural Hypnotherapy are 
used to help with many 
symptoms, such as: 

• Weight loss - Hypno-Band 

• Stress and anxiety 

• Self esteem / ego boosting 

• Confidence building 

• Nervous skin 
conditions i.e rashes 

• Healthy eating 

• Sleep problems 

• Relationship difficulties 

• Breaking unwanted habits 
such as smoking or nail biting 

• Fears and phobias and 
much more 

Michelle is an experienced 
therapist an international 
lecturer with the London 

College of Clinical Hypnosis. For 

more information or to book an 
appointment or to see if she 
can help you call, or email. 


TUITION 


Get some extra help for your child 

• Numeracy 

• Spelling 

• Reading 

• Written Expression 

Primary - GCSE level 
Their confidence will grow! 

Call and discuss your child’s needs 

Pauline McSweeney M.Ed 
Qualified and experienced 
01297 20655 / 07948 449699 


FRENCH LESSONS 

7 years to adult 
KS2 literacy support 
11+ literacy & reasoning support 
Individual lessons in Offwell 
£25 an hour 

Telephone Simon Bage on 
01404 831260 or 07963 836161 
syliss.bagefs@yahoo.com 


FOOT CARE 


Lindy Parry - Podiatrist/ Chiropodist 

(BSc Hons Podiatry, MChS, HPC Registraion number CH26100) 


1 Helen Fairman mcm. 

A Private chiropody clinic Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at: 


M \l lome Visit* Chiropody 

Townsend House Medical Practice Seaton 


I’iwHnj thr 

A wide range of nail and foot care treatments available, from the removal of corns and callosities 


telephone 

to nail surgery. Foot health assessments also undertaken including those for diabetic patients. 


A nail cutting only service is available at these clinics. 


To make a booking p [ease caff 


k 01297 443540 

01297 22956 


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Eden Garden 
Developments 


EDEN Garden Developments make finding 
a contractor simple by providing for all 
clients' Garden Design , Construction & Care 
requirements, large and small locally. The De¬ 
sign & Build unit of A1 Environmental Serv¬ 
ices, offers a friendly, professional, integrated 
service . 

Designing and installing all types of Fencing, 
Gates and Decking, Walling and Patios, Eden 
offers a complete landscaping service includ¬ 
ing Lawns Horticulture and Aquatics, either 
as a package or in affordable stages. 

An example is paving where patios can be 
constructed cost effectively to suits a range of 
budgets and can be integrated with other ele¬ 
ments such as walling or bedding on a 
planned basis. Paving is usually laid on a con¬ 
crete mix over hard-core for strength and 
durability. Layouts can be traditional or "ran¬ 
dom" in configuration (see insets) and utilize 
computer aided design. 

Business founder, designer and artisan crafts¬ 
man Norman Brown holds an MSc. in Envi¬ 
ronmental Planning & Management and has 
contributed to books, periodicals and the gar¬ 
dening press. Further information can be ob¬ 
tained by calling 01297 23596 (mobile 07977 
415446) or visiting the web pages at a 1-envi¬ 
ronmental .com 


HEALER AND PSYCHIC MEDIUM 


HOME CARE 


Reflexology, Indian head massage, 
back and shoulder massage for all the family r 

Relieves stress and associated ailments 
I.B.S - headaches - insomnia 
low energy - general aches and pains 
neck and shoulder pains etc. 

HOME VISITS 

member of int.college of holistic medicine. 

Anne Walker S.N.H.S. [dip] & [adv.dip] 
e.mail userwlk746'@aol.com 




PRIORY HOME CARE SERVICE 
in and around 
Ottery St. Mary 

Caring for someone? 
Living alone? 

Need a little help or 

SUPPORT? 

We can provide 
all the help you need. 

Call us on 01404-815511 




MISCELLANEOUS 


TREATMENT ROOM __ 

- HOUSE SITTING CLOCK REPAIRS GRAPHIC DESIGN 


To Let 

TREATMENT ROOM 

Situated within a small clinic in 
AXMINSTER TOWN CENTRE 
New Lease, minimum one year. 
£45 per week. Water rates and 
Buildings insurance included. 

For full details: 07855 917795 


HOUSE SITTER 

Unexpectedly available 
October - March 

Couple with 8 year old son (Home Taught) 
Welcomes enquiries, references and 
testimonials supplied. 

Background: Teacher, Farming, Builder and 
General gardening (both UK and Europe) 
Pet sitting welcome. 

Contact: Robert 07779 584403 


Clock Repairs 

FOR ALL VOt R 
CUM k AMI WATCH REPAIRS 

Free Estimates 

Collection and Delivery Service 

Steve Pratt: 01 297 560942 


SK Drawing Services 

2D C AO Draughting 

Oawrrgs pr<x>jo*0 to *re»e! yciv recrement* 
Colour plotting Verity tup to AO size) 

3D CAD 

Phoicraaii&tic images ana virtual models 

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CAD Training 

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Motoring View 


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CAR OF THE WEEK 


Rousdon Car Centre , Lyme Regis 
01297444544 



09(09) VAUXHALL INSIGNIA SRI 160 CDTI ESTATE DIESEL 

Metallic Pomegranate Red, Full Vauxhall Service History, ABS 
Brakes, Cruise Control. Digital Climate Control, CD Player, 
Electic Windows, Electric Mirrors, Trip Computer, 
Outstanding MPG, Only £170 Per Year Road Tax 

£9,450 

www.rousdoncarcentre.co.uk 



Isuzu D-Max launches eye-catching ‘Vision’ pack 


IN response to customer de¬ 
mand, Isuzu UK has 
launched a new audio, navi¬ 
gation and communication 
upgrade pack for the all-new 
Isuzu D-Max pick-up, de¬ 


signed to appeal to trade and 
recreational users alike. 

From late October, buyers 
of the Isuzu D-Max Yukon 
and Utah models will be 
able to specify the ‘Vision’ 


pack, which comprises of a 
Pioneer Satellite Navigation 
unit, a rear-view parking 
camera and enhanced audio 
capabilities, all for just £900 
(+VAT). The launch of the 
Vision pack is further evi¬ 
dence of Isuzu’s intention to 
become the number one 
pick-up brand in the UK. 

The new unit also features 
significantly increased audio 
capabilities, including 
CD/DVD playback; MP3 
compatibility; micro SD; 
USB, iPod and Parrot Blue¬ 
tooth hands-free connectiv¬ 
ity; and Bluetooth media 
streaming. Full functionality 
of steering-wheel controls is 
maintained. 

The rear-view parking 
camera aids driver visibility 
when reversing. The camera 
is mounted to the rear 
bumper, and integrates with 
the new head unit to auto¬ 
matically display the camera 
image on the screen when 
reverse gear is selected. 

The touch-screen Pioneer 
unit comes complete with 
custom-built surround and 
replaces the factory-fit unit, 
fully integrating into the 
dashboard of the pick-up. 

William Brown, General 


Manager at Isuzu UK com¬ 
mented: “The addition of 
the ‘Vision’ pack adds even 
greater refinement and lux¬ 
ury to the already highly- 
specified Yukon and Utah 
models, without compro¬ 
mising the brand’s leg¬ 
endary reputation as a 
manufacturer of tough, off¬ 
road pick-ups.” 

The new Isuzu D-Max 
range includes single, ex¬ 
tended (with rear-hinged 
side access panels) and dou¬ 
ble cab body configurations. 
Double cab models are 
available in four specifica¬ 


tions: Isuzu D-Max, Eiger, 
Yukon and Utah. Prices 
start at £14,499 (CVOTR) 
for the entry-level Isuzu D- 
Max 4x2 single cab and rise 
to £21,999 (CVOTR) for the 
top-of-the-range Isuzu D- 
Max Utah 4x4 double cab 
automatic. 

The Isuzu D-Max is fitted 
with a completely re-engi¬ 
neered, 2.5-litre twin-turbo 
diesel engine and is avail¬ 
able with a six-speed man¬ 
ual or five-speed automatic 
transmission. The D-Max is 
covered by a five-year / 
120,000-mile warranty. 


DALLAWAY'S GARAGE 

Servicing and MOTs to all vehicles 


A family run business 

Unit 7, East Devon Business Park, Honiton EX14 9RL 


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• DIAGNOSTICS • COURTESY CAR • WELDING 
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• COLLECTION AND DELIVERY 

Why not pop in to see Hayley & Tim 
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09(09) VOLKWAGEN SCIROCCO GT 2.0 TDI, Metallic Rising Blue, Full VW Service History, ABS Brakes, Digital Climate Control, Heated Seats, Multi CD 
Player with Media Card, Alloy Wheels, Cruise Control, Outstaning MPG, ONLY £120 PER YEAR ROAD TAX. £13,775 

08(58) MITSUBISHI i-CAR MEVEC 0.7 TURBO AUTO, Metallic Silver, ONLY 8000 MILES with Full Service History, Air Con, Alloy Wheels, ABS Brakes, 
RARE SMALL AUTOMATIC CAR WITH 5 DOORS AND LOTS OF SPACE, DESIRABLE DRIVING POSITION, IDEAL FOR THIS AREA !!!, Outstanding MPG 
and only £30 PER YEAR ROAD TAX.£5,995 

08(08) MINI COOPER 1.6 DIESEL, Metallic Chili Red, Full Mini Service History, Air Con, ABS Brakes, Alloy Wheels, CD Player, remote C/Locking, Outstanding 
MPG, ONLY £20 PER YEAR ROAD TAX.£7,495 

08(08) NISSAN QASHQAITEKNA 2.0 DCi, Metallic Intense Blue, Nissan, Service History, Full Black Leather Interior, Nissan Bluetooth Phone System, 
Heated Seats, ABS Brakes, Alloy Wheels, CD Player, Reverse Parking Sensors, ABS Brakes, Digital Climate Control, Cruise Control.£9,995 

08(08) VAUXHALL ASTRA 1 .9 CDTi 1 50 SRI, Metallic Star Silver, Full Service History, Only 30000 Miles, ABS Brakes, Air Con, Parking Sensors, CD Player, 
E/Windows, OUTSTANDING MPG, Only £135 Per Year Road Tax.£7,995 

05(55) AUDI A3 2.0 TDi QUATTRO S LINE, Misano Pearl Red, Full Service, History, Part Vienna Leather Interior, ABS Brakes, Traction Control, Digital 
Climate Control, Alloy Wheels, CD Player, Remote C/Locking, Outstanding MPG, Only £170 Per Year Road Tax. £7,995 


rousdon 
garage near 
Lyme Regis 
Dorset 
DT7 3AW 


05(05) AUDI A2 1.4TDi SE, Metallic Mauritius Blue, Full Service, History, 44000 Miles, ABS Brakes, Digital Climate Control, CD Player, E/Windows, Remote • 


C/Locking, Alloy Wheels, OUTSTANDING MPG and Only £30, Per Year Road Tax.£5,995 

estates, 4x4 & mpvs on the A3052 


09(59) BMW 320D SE TOURING, Metallic Sapphire Black, Full BMW Service History, BMW EfficientDynamics, Digital Climate Control, ABS Brakes, Low 
Emissions, USB & iPod Conections, CD Player, Alloy Wheels, Rear Sunblinds, Cruise Control, Outstanding MPG, Only £100 Per Year Road Tax. £13,950 


09(09) VAUXHALL INSIGNIA SR1 160 CDTI ESTATE DIESEL, Metallic Pomegranate Red, Full Vauxhall Service History, ABS Brakes, Cruise Control. Digital ^ O K 
Climate Control, CD Player, Electric Windows, Electric Mirrors, Trip Computer, Outstanding MPG, Only £170 Per Year Road Tax.£9,450 


centre 


08(58) AUDI A4 AVANT 2.0 TDi SE, Metallic Brilliant Black, Full Audi Service History, Digital Climate Control, ABS Brakes, Multi Airbags, Audi Bluetooth C 
Phone System, Traction Control, CD Player, Alloy Wheels, Outstanding MPG, Only £135 Per Year Road Tax. £9,495 Q 

06(56) BMW 520D M SPORT TOURING AUTO, Metallic Platium Grey, Full Service History, Full Black Dakota Leather, BMW Business Media Pack, BMW ^ 
SAT NAV, Climate Control, ABS Brakes, Alloy Wheels, Parking Sensors, Cruise Control, OUTSTANDING MPG. £12,995 

04(04) BMW 320D M SPORT TOURING DIESEL, Metallic Silver Grey, Full Service History, Full Black Dakota Leather, ABS Brakes, Digital Climate Control, 

CD PLayer, Cruise Control, Parking Sensors, Alloy Wheels, Outstanding MPG, Only £170 Per Year Road Tax.£5,995 









































































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\ A / r\\ / SOUTH WEST Part Exchange 

WUV LTD Centre 


CHEVROLET HATCHBACK AVEO 1.2 
LS MANUAL PETROL 5 DOOR 



2009 09 Reg, Grey metallic with grey cloth interior, A/C, Electric 
windows /mirrors, trip Computer, Folding rear seats, srs airbags, 
ABS, 1 OWNER FROM NEW, FSH, ONLY 28K mis, Exceptional 
condition throughout, OWN THIS CAR FROM ONLY £14 PER WEEK 
SUBJECT TO STATUS OR CASH PRICE.. £4,995 part/x welcome 


PEUGEOT DIESEL 7 SEATER 
ESTATE 308 1.6 HDI SE 



2008 58 Reg, Grey metallic with BLACK FULL LEATHER INTERIOR, climate 
control, FULL LENGTH GLASS PANORAMIC SUNROOF, SRS IMPACT 
PROTECTION, ABS, alloy wheels, CD stereo system, 1 PREVIOUS OWNER 
FROM NEW, 86K mis, FSH, Exceptional condition throughout, OWN THIS 
CAR FROM ONLY £19 PER WEEK SUBJECT TO STATUS OR CASH PRICE 
. £6,995 part/x welcome. 


NISSAN 4x4 DIESEL TERRANO 
2.7 CRD MANUAL 3 DOOR 



2003 53 Reg, 4WD, Silver/green metallic with cloth 
interior. A/C, elec win/mirrors, TOW BAR, ALLOYS, stereo 
system, 1 PREVIOUS OWNER, ONLY 67K mis, FSH, NO 
EXPENSE SPARED, Real value as only. 

. £5,495 


CHEVROLET HATCHBACK AVEO 1.2 
LS MANUAL PETROL 5 DOOR 



2009 09 Reg, Black metallic with grey cloth interior, A/C, Electric 
windows/mirrors, trip Computer, Folding rear seats, srs airbags, ABS, 
1 OWNER FROM NEW, FSH, ONLY 28K mis, Exceptional condition 
throughout, OWN THIS CAR FROM ONLY £14 PER WEEK SUBJECT 
TO STATUS OR CASH PRICE. £4,995 part/x welcome 


VW DIESEL HATCHBACK POLO 
1.9 SDI TWIST MANUAL 





2004 04 Reg, Blue metallic with dark grey cloth interior, 
A/C, elec win/mirrors, traction control, SRS, ABS, CD stereo 
system, 90k MLS, FSH, Real value. OWN THIS CAR FROM 
ONLY £10 PER WEEK SUBJECT TO STATUS OR CASH 
PRICE. £2,995 part/x welcome 


RENAULT 7 SEATER GRAND SCENIC 
2.0 DYNAMIQUE AUTOMATIC 



2005 55 Reg, silver/green metallic with grey cloth interior, 
CLIMATE CONTROL, elec win/mirrors, FRONT FACING 
FOLDING EXTRA SEATS, KEYLESS GO, alloy wheels, CD stereo, 
FSH, 59K mis, real value. OWN THIS CAR FOR ONLY £10 PER 
WEEK SUBJECT TO STATUS OR. £2,995 


RENAULT CLIO 1.2 DYNAMIQUE 
TOM-TOM MANUAL 5 DOOR PETROL 



2010 10 Reg, Silver metallic with grey cloth interior, A/C, elec win/mirrors, 
TOM-TOM SATELLITE NAVIGATION, trip computer, ALLOY WHEELS, ABS, 
SRS IMPACT PROTECTION, Cruise control, with speed limiter, CD stereo, 
1 OWNER FROM NEW, ONLY 9,000 MILES, F/S/H, Exceptional condi¬ 
tion throughout, OWN THIS CAR FROM ONLY £21 PER WEEK SUBJECT 
TO STATUS OR CASH PRICE. £7,995 part/x welcome 


MAZDA DIESEL 8 SEATER BONGO 
HIGH-TOP AUTOMATIC 



1998 Reg, Grey metallic with grey cloth interior, CLIMATE CONTROL, elec 
win/mirrors, ELECTRIC RAISING HIGH-TOP ROOF, EIGHT SEATS, electric 
window blinds, FULLY FOLDING SEATS INTO VARIOUS SLEEPING 
POSITIONS, alloy wheels, CD stereo system, ONLY 80K mis, A RARE 
HIGH TOP EXAMPLE IN SUPERB CONDITION THROUGHOUT, real value 
as only. £4,995 


PEUGEOT DIESEL SALOON 406 SE 
LUXURY PACKAGE MANUAL 6 SPD 



2005 05 Reg, Silver metallic with BLACK HALF LEATHER 
INTERIOR, CLIMATE CONTROL, electric windows / 
mirrors, alloys, CD stereo, 1 PREVIOUS OWNER, 113K 
mis, FSH, Real value as only. 

. £2,495 


RENAULT CLIO 1.2 CLIO SPORT 
MANUAL 3 DOOR PETROL 



2006 06 Reg, Silver metallic with grey cloth interior, A/C, elec win/ 
mirrors, SRS impact protection, ABS, alloy wheels, CD stereo system 1 
PREVIOUS OWNER FROM NEW, ONLY 36K mis, F/S/H, Exceptional 
condition throughout, OWN THIS CAR FROM ONLY £10 PER WEEK 
SUBJECT TO STATUS OR CASH PRICE. £3,495 part/x welcome 


MERCEDES DIESEL 7 SEATER E220 
CDI AVANTGARDE AUTO 



2002 02 Reg, Silver metallic with BLACK LEATHER 
INTERIOR, A/C, elec folding mirrors, REAR FACING 
FOLDING EXTRA SEATS, alloy wheels, CD, 130K mis, 
FSH, superb throughout, real value as only. 

. £3,995 


VAUXHALL DIESEL 7 SEATER ZAFIRA 
1.9 DCTI SRI MANAUL 



Nov 2007 57 Reg, Blue metallic with grey cloth interior, A/C, elec 
win/mirrors, SRS ABS, SRI package, folding front facing extra seats, 
SRI alloys, CD stereo, 1 PREVIOUS OWNER, ONLY 28K mis, FSH, 
untouched example throughout and real value. OWN THIS CAR FROM 
ONLY £21 PER WEEK SUBJECT TO STATUS OR. £7,995 


LAND ROVER 4WD DIESEL FREELANDER 
KALAHARI 2.0 TD4 MANUAL 



2003 03 Reg, Black metallic with BEIGE FULL 
LEATHER & SUEDE INTERIOR, A/C, electric 
windows/mirrors, SUNROOF, ONLY 86K 
mis, FSH, real value as only. 

. £3,995 


VOLKSWAGEN DIESEL PASSAT 
HIGHLINE MANUAL (130) 



2004 04 Reg, Grey metallic with black leather 
cloth interior, A/C, elec wind/mirrors, alloys, 
CD stereo, 1 PREVIOUS OWNER, 140K mis, 
FSH, UP TO 55 MPG! Real value as only. 

. £2,495 


LAND ROVER 4WD DIESEL FREELANDER 
KALAHARI 2.0 TD4 MANUAL 



2003 03 Reg, Black metallic with BLACK FULL 
LEATHER & SUEDE INTERIOR, A/C, elec 
windows /mirrors, SUNROOF, side steps, 
TOWBAR, 137K mis, FSH, real value as only 

. £2,995 


SUBARU 4WD LEGACY OUTBACK 
2.5 PETROL AUTOMATIC 



2002 02 Reg, Green and grey metallic with 
cloth interior, A/C, elec win/mirrors, 4 
WHEEL DRIVE, alloys CD stereo, 106K mis, 
FSH, superb vehicle for the winter, real value 
as o nly. £2,495 


MITSUBISHI 4X4 SHOGUN PININ 
WARRIOR 2.0L PETROL 



2003 03 Reg, Black metallic with BLACK FULL 
LEATHER INTERIOR, A/C, elec win/ mirrors, 
alloys, CD stereo, same owner since 2005! 
only 68K mis, F/S/H, a great top spec 
example and real value as only. £3,495 


Unit 2 Great Western Business Park, 
Devonshire Road, Honiton EX 14 1TA 

(Turn right aftirr Vauxhall Garage, 3rd building on th* right) 

Monday • Saturday: 8.00am - 6.30pm 


01404 831067 




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Mighty Mercedes-Benz M-dass triumphs 
in class at Towcar of the Year 


Sunday times gives Vauxhall 
Ampera top eco award 


THE Mercedes-Benz 
ML 350 BlueTEC Sport 
has triumphed in the 
2013 Towcar of the Year 
Awards, winning its cat¬ 
egory. 

The vehicle, which 
won its class for Vehicle 
Excise Duty bands J, K, 
L and M, was subjected 
to mid-range 30-60 mph 
acceleration assessment, 
high-speed towing cir¬ 
cuits, emergency brak¬ 
ing, ride and handling 
evaluations and hill-stop 
and restart tests. 

Grenville Chamberlain, 
Caravan Club Chairman, 
said: “The Mercedes- 
Benz ML 350 BlueTEC 
Sport performed fault¬ 
lessly. Its strong per¬ 
formance made easy 
work of the hills, with 
stop/starts just as easily 
dismissed. The M-Class 
has a spacious interior 
with expected quality 
feel, comfortable seating 


and good ergonomics.” 

With an updated ver¬ 
sion of the Mercedes- 
Benz 3.0-litre V6 CDI 
engine, the ML 350 
BlueTEC Sport, which 
was launched April 
2012, develops 258 hp at 
3,600 rpm and 620 Nm 
of torque between 1,600 
and 2,400 rpm. With 
combined economy of 
39.2 mpg, the ML 350 
BlueTEC shows a 20.6 
per cent improvement 
over the previous model, 
while the Configures of 
189 to 194 g/km repre¬ 
sent a reduction of up to 
17.8 per cent. The per¬ 
formance increase 
means the ML 350 can 
accelerate from 0-62 
mph in 7.4 seconds and 
reach a top speed of 139 
mph. 

Gary Savage, Manag¬ 
ing Director of Mer¬ 
cedes-Benz Passenger 
Cars UK, said: “We are 


incredibly proud of the 
M-Class, with its reduc¬ 
tion in C02 and im¬ 
provements in 

performance and econ¬ 
omy; the vehicle really 
is class-leading. The cat¬ 
egory win in the 2013 
Towcar of the Year 


Awards further demon¬ 
strates its outstanding 
capabilities.” 

Priced at £48,475 on 
the road, the ML 350 
BlueTEC Sport features 
4MATIC intelligent 
electronic all-wheel 
drive via the Mercedes- 


Benz seven-speed 7G- 
TRONIC PLUS auto¬ 
matic transmission, as 
well as self-levelling, 
automatic headlamp ad¬ 
justment, ESP® Trailer 
Stability Assist and lim¬ 
ited slip differential as 
standard. 



▲ The M-Class 


VAUXHALL’S revolutionary Am¬ 
pera E-REV has garnered yet an¬ 
other gong for its trophy cabinet, 
after The Sunday Times awarded it 
Best Electric Car and Hybrid. 

Sunday Times Driving - the 
paper’s new motoring section, 
which replaces In Gear - has 
launched with a ‘Top 100 Cars’ sec¬ 
tion, and the judging panel put the 
Ampera a clear first in the eco-car 
group. 

‘The Ampera offers excellent and 
silent performance and all-electric 
transport,’ said a spokesperson. ‘It’s 
a brilliant solution. But 
it’s no less brilliant than 
the execution of the rest 
of the car. The Ampera 
is also a great-looking 
car inside and out, 
comfortable on a long 
journey and easy to un¬ 
derstand and operate.’ 

The prestigious award 
joins a growing list of 
accolades and trophies 
for the Ampera, which 
reached UK show¬ 
rooms in May this year. 


Innovative and genuinely usable like 
no other conventional electric vehi¬ 
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12 (12) FORD FOCUS (new shape) ZETEC 1.0 125ps Ecoboost, 3 cylinder in Candy Red pearlescent, 5 Door hatchback, 

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11 (61) FORD FOCUS ZETEC ESTATE 1.6TDCi, in Moondust Silver, 5 Door Estate, Stop/Start Technology, Appearance Pack, 
Privacy Glass, 17” Alloys. City Pack, Rear parking sensors, Power folding mirrors. Ford DAB radio / CD Bluetooth and USB, Our 

Current Demo, 10,000 miles appx. REDUCED .£15,995 

11 (60) FORD KUGA ZETEC (AWD) 2.0TDCi in Micastone metallic, 140 ps, Alloys, Auto temp control, Zetec convenience 

pack, Cruise control, one owner, 6,000 miles appx. £17,295 

11 (61) FORD KA TITANIUM, 1.2 Petrol, in Piste Pearlescent White, 3 Door hatchback, Start/Stop Technology, Auto temp 
control, Advanced music pack, 16” 5 Spoke Alloys, Leather upholstery, Rear spoiler, Bluetooth, our current Demo, 3,300 miles 

appx. SOLD 

10 (10) FORD FIESTA TITANIUM 1.6 Petrol, in Squeeze Green Pearlescent, 5 Door Hatchback, Alloys, Rear Parking Sensors, 

Cruise Control, A/C, Power Folding Mirrors, One local owner, 16,200 miles appx. SOLD 

09 (59) FORD FIESTA TITANIUM 1.6 Petrol, in Squeeze Green pearlescent, 5 Door hatchback, Alloys, Radio/CD, Bluetooth, 
A/C, Rear Parking sensors, Auto temp control, Locally owned, 11,500 miles appx. £9,495 

10 (10) FORD FIESTA TITANIUM 1.4 AUTOMATIC in Hot Magenta Pearlescent, Alloys, Radio/CD, A/C, Parking sensors, One 

owner, 1,600 miles appx.£9,295 

09 (59)FORD C-MAX ZETEC 1.6TDCi in Moondust Silver met, 5 door MPV, Alloys, Radio/CD, A/C, Panoramic Glass Roof, 
Rear Parking sensors, Privacy Glass, 15,000 miles appx. £9,995 

11 (11) FORD FIESTA EDGE AUTOMATIC 1.4 Petrol, in Ink Blue Metallic, 5 Door Hatchback, Radio/CD, A/C, Reverse parking 

sensors, One local owner 18,000 miles appx.£8,995 

09 (59) FORD FOCUS ZETEC 1.6 Petrol in Vision Blue met, 5 Door Hatchback, Alloys, Privacy Glass, A/C, FSH, Radio/CD, 

Bluetooth, Zetec appearance pack, One owner, 24,000 miles appx.£8,595 

09 (09) FORD KA ZETEC 1.3TDCi in Jump, 3 Door hatchback, Alloys, Radio/CD, A/C Local owner, 41,000 miles appx .. 



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05 (55) FORD KA 1.3 BASE in Apple Green Met, 3 Door Hatchback, FSH, Radio/Cassette, A/C, One owner, 59,000 miles appx 

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04 (04) FORD MONDEO LX 2.0 AUTOMATIC in Blue met, Locally owned 62000 miles appx. £2,495 

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11 (11) MITSUBISHI L200 2.5 TD WARRIOR DOUBLE CAB 4X4 PICKUP in Dark Metallic Grey, Leather Upholstery, Side 

Bars, Roll Bars, RearView Camera, Lockable Load Cover, Locally Owned, 20000 miles appx.£13,995 + VAT 

08 (58) VW POLO BLUEMOTION 1,1.4TD in Silver met, FSH, Alloys, Radio/CD, 2 owners, 29200 miles appx. £8,295 

04 (54) SUZUKI JIMNY AUTOMATIC 1.3 Petrol 4X4 Estate, in Silver Metallic, Alloys, Roof bars, Rear spoiler, Half Leather up¬ 
holstery, Radio/CD, A/C, Elect, Frt Windows, Elect, Door Mirrors, One local owner, sold with cherished plate registration, 23000 

mile appx.£5,695 

06 (06) HONDA JAZZ 1.4 Petrol in Light Blue met, 5 Door hatchback, Alloys, A/C, Radio/CD, Remote central locking, Locally 

owned, 54000 miles appx.£5,595 

07 (57) PEUGEOT 308 SPORT, 1.6 Petrol in Silver Metallic, 5 Door Hatchback, Alloys, Radio/CD/MP3, A/C Elect. Mirrors, 

Elect. Windows, Locally Owned, 43000 miles appx. £5,495 

07 (56) FIAT PANDA ELEGANZA AUTOMATIC 1.2 Petrol in Grey Metallic, 5 Door hatchback, Alloys, Elect Frt. Windows, Re¬ 
mote central locking, A/C, Radio/CD, Heated Frt. Screen, Elect Mirrors, One local owner, 19000 miles appx. £4,595 

03 (53) HONDA CIVIC 1.6 INSPIRE S, AUTOMATIC in silver met, 5 Door hatchback, Alloys, A/C, Radio CD, Locally owned 

48700 miles appx. REDUCED .£2,995 

05 (05) CITROEN C5 EXCLUSIVE 2.0 hdi, 6 speed, in Red Met, Leather upholstery, A/C, Radio/CD, 63000 miles appx.. 


..£3,795 


..£6,995 

09 (59) FORD FUSION STYLE+1.4 Petrol in Ocean Blue Metallic, 5 Door Hatchback, Radio/CD, A/C, One local owner, 18,000 

miles appx.£6,995 

10 (10) FORD KA STYLE + 1.2 Petrol in Blush Pearlescent, 3 Door Hatchback, Elect Frt Windows, Elect Mirrors, A/C, Radio/CD, 

One local owner, 13,000 miles appx.£6,995 

05 (55) FORD FUSION PLUS 1.6 Petrol in Moondust Silver Metallic, 5 Door hatchback, Alloys, Radio/CD, A/C, DVD, Locally 

owned, 57,000 miles appx.£4,395 

04 (04) FORD KA LUXUARY 1.3 Petrol in Moondust Silver, 3 Door Hatchback, Leather Upholstery, FSH, Alloys, A/C, 2 owners, 
47,900 miles appx. £2,795 


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2007/57 FIAT SCUDO 2.0 MULTIJET 
120 HI DELUXE VAN, Manual, 
Diesel, 51,000 miles, Red. 13 
Months Warranty Included In Sale, 
Full MOT, Faultless Drive, 6 Speed 
manual gearbox, Electric mirrors, 
Electric windows, Radio CD Player. 
Insurance Group:9. £4,999 

1999/V BMW 3181 CONVERTIBLE, 2 

Doors, Manual, Convertible, Petrol. 
92,000 miles, Blue, MOT-02-2013. 13 
Months Warranty Included In Sale, 
Superb Example, Warranted Mileage, 
Service History, Leather seat trim, Air 
conditioning, Alloy wheels, Front 
electric windows, Rear electric 
windows. £1,995 

2002/02 FORD FOCUS 1.6 GHIA, 5 

Doors, Automatic, Estate, Petrol. 
127,000 miles, Silver, MOT-06-2013. 
13 Months Warranty Included In 
Sale, One Previous Owner, Good 
Service History, Taxed, CD Multi¬ 
changer, Air con, Insurance Group 
6.£1,495 Px To Clear 


2005/05 FORD FOCUS 1.8 TDCi LX, 5 

Doors, Manual, Estate, Diesel. 118,000 
miles, Silver, MOT-05-2013. 13 Months 
Warranty Included In Sale, Full Service 
History, One Owner From New, Radio 
/CD, Air conditioning, Alloy wheels, 
Front electric windows, Remote central 
locking. £2,250 

2002/02 NISSAN X-TRAIL 2.01 SE + , 5 

Doors, Manual, Station Wagon, Petrol. 
118,000 miles, Blue. 13 Months 
Warranty Included In Sale, Superb 
Throughout, Good Service History, Full 
MOT, Leather seats, Heated front seat, 
Radio/CD Multichanger, Air con, Alloy 
wheels. £2,895 

2003/53 SEAT LEON 1.9 TDi 110 SX, 5 

Doors, Manual, Hatchback, Diesel. 
139,000 miles, Blue, MOT-05-2013. 13 
Months Warranty Included In Sale, 
Excellent Condition Throughout, Two 
Previous Owners, Faultless Drive, 
Recent Cambelt Change, Air con, 
Alloy wheels, Radio/CD. £2,350 


2004/04 FORD Mondeo 2.0TDCI 130 

Ghia, 5 Doors, Manual, Hatchback, 
Diesel. 80,000 miles, Black. 13 Months 
Warranty Included In Sale, Full Service 
History, One Previous Owner, Superb 
Throughout, Full MOT, Warranted 
Mileage, Radio/CD Multichanger, Alloy 
wheels, Cruise control. £3,495 

2005/05 VAUXHALL CORSA 1.41 16v 
EXCLUSIV, 3 Doors, Manual, Hatchback, 
Petrol. 66,000 miles, Silver, MOT-06-2013. 
13 Months Warranty Included In Sale, 
Excellent Condition Throughout, Good 
Service History, Warranted Mileage, Full 
Leather Interior, Heated front seat, 
Radio/CD, Alloy wheels. £2,995 


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1999/T TOYOTA LANDCRUISER 4.2 TD 
GX 5DR AUTO 8 SEATER, 5 Doors, 
Automatic, Station Wagon, Diesel. 
109,000 miles, Red, MOT-05-2013. 13 
Months Warranty Included In Sale, 
Superb Throughout, Taxed, Alloy 
wheels, Radio/CD Multichanger, Cruise 
control, Heated front seat. £7,995 

2005/05 CHRYSLER Grand Voyager 
2.8 CRD Limited XS, 5 Doors, Auto¬ 
matic, Estate, Diesel. 90,000 miles, 
Blue. 13 Months Warranty Included In 
Sale, One Previous Owner, Good Serv¬ 
ice History, Superb Example, Full MOT, 
In Built DVD System, Full Leather Interior, 
Heated front seat. £5,495 

2002/52 MAZDA 323 1.6 GXi, 5 Doors, 
Manual, Hatchback, Petrol. 55,000 
miles, Silver. 13 Months Warranty 
Included In Sale, Full Service History, 
One Previous Owner, Stunning 
Example, Full MOT, Radio CD Player, Air 
conditioning, Front electric windows, 
Electric door mirrors. £2,250 

2005/05 SKODA OCTAVIA 1.9 TDI PD 
ELEGANCE DSG, 5 Doors, Automatic, 
Hatchback, Diesel, 128,000 Miles, 
Blue, 13 Months Warranty Included In 
Sale, Full Service History, One Previous 
Owner, Superb Throughout, Full MOT, 
Warranted Mileage, CD Multichanger, 
Alloy Wheels, Cruise Control. .£3,250 

2005/54 HYUNDAI COUPE 2.7 V6, 3 

Doors, Manual, Coupe, Petrol. 
28,000 miles, Black. 13 Months War¬ 
ranty Included In Sale, Full Service 
History, One Owner From New, Su¬ 
perb Example, Full MOT, Warranted 
Mileage, Full Leather Interior, Air con¬ 
ditioning, Alloy wheels, Cruise control 
£3,999 

2001/X MITSUBISHI SHOGUN 2.8 

GLX TD, 5 Doors, Manual, Station 
Wagon, Diesel. 95,000 miles, Blue, 2 
Owners. 2001 MODEL IMPORTED 
FROM ARGENTINA IN 2008 13 Months 
Warranty Included In Sale, Full 
MOT, Good Service History, Well 
Maintained, Radio CD Player, 

Electric Windows, Electric Mirrors. 

£3,995 


2001/Y VOLKSWAGEN TRANSPORTER 
WINDOW VAN 2.5 TURBO, Manual, 
Diesel. 158,000 miles, Yellow, MOT-09- 
2013. 13 Months Warranty Included In 
Sale, Two Previous Owners, Faultless 
Drive, Recent Cambelt Change, 
Taxed, Radio CD Player, Alloy wheels. 

£6,995 





2002/02 HONDA CIVIC 1.61 VTEC SE, 

3 Doors, Automatic, Hatchback, Petrol. 
24,000 miles, Blue, MOT-03-2013. 13 
Months Warranty Included In Sale, 
One Owner From New, Full Service 
History, Warranted Mileage, Taxed, Air 
conditioning, Alloy wheels, Radio/CD, 
Front electric windows. £2,995 

1998/S RENAULT CLIO 1.2 GRANDE, 

5 Doors, Manual, Hatchback, 
Petrol. 93,000 miles, Blue, MOT-07- 
2013.13 Months Warranty Included 
In Sale, Good Service History, Two 
Previous Owners, Very Clean 
Example, Warranted Mileage, 
Road Tax Until July 2013. £1,250 

2005/05 SUZUKI GRAND VITARA 2.0 
16V 5DR, 5 Doors, Manual, Estate, 
Petrol. 74,000 miles, Silver, MOT-08- 
2013. 13 Months Warranty Included 
In Sale, Two Previous Owners, Good 
Service History, Excellent Condition 

Throughout, Air con, Radio/CD. 

...£3,695 

2003/53 NISSAN NAVARA DOUBLE CAB 
PICK UP 2.5DCI 4WD, 4 Doors, 
Manual, All Terrain, Diesel. 90,000 
miles, Blue. 13 Months Warranty 
Included In Sale, One Previous Owner, 
Full MOT, Excellent Condition 
Throughout, Service History, Full Leather 
Interior, Radio CD Player, Alloy wheels 
£4,495 






« 2003/03 MAZDA MAZDA6 2.0 TS2, 5 

Doors, Manual, Estate, Petrol. 74,000 
miles, Silver, MOT-08-2013. 13 Months 
Warranty Included In Sale, Full Service 
History, One Previous Owner, Excellent 
Throughout, Warranted Mileage, 
Radio/CD Multichanger, Air con, Alloy 
wheels, Cruise control. £2,999 





1998/S JEEP WRANGLER 4.0 
SPORT, 2 Doors, Manual, Soft-Top, 
Petrol. 73,000 miles, Black. 13 
Months Warranty Included In Sale, 
Good Service History, Two Previous 
Owners, Superb Throughout, 
Faultless Drive, Full MOT, Radio CD 
Player. £4,499 

2000/X SUBARU LEGACY 2.5 GX, 4 

Doors, Manual, Saloon, Petrol. 
125,000 miles, Green, MOT-07-2013. 
13 Months Warranty Included In Sale, 
Very Clean Example, Taxed, Alloy 
wheels, Front electric windows, Rear 
electric windows, Electric door 
mirrors. £1,295 P/X To Clear 





2003/53 VOLKSWAGEN POLO 1.2 
TWIST, 3 Doors, Manual, Hatchback, 
Petrol. 90,000 miles, Black. 13 
Months Warranty Included In Sale, 
Full Service History, One Previous 
Owner, Full MOT, Taxed, Air 
conditioning, Alloy wheels, Front 

electric windows, Ins Group 3. 

£2,995 

2007/56 CHEVROLET MATIZ 1.0 SE, 5 

Doors, Manual, Hatchback, Petrol. 
40,000 miles, Silver. 13 Months 
Warranty Included In Sale, Full Service 
History, Superb Example, Full MOT, 
Warranted Mileage, Two Previous 
Owners, Radio/CD, Sports seats, Front 
electric windows, Insurance Group 3. 

£2,350 

2004/04 HONDA JAZZ 1.41-DSI SE 
SPORT, 5 Doors, Manual, Hatchback, 
Petrol. 50,000 Miles Silver MOT-06- 
2013. 13 Months Warranty Included In 
Sale, Full Service History, Superb 
Example, Two Previous Owners, Fully 
Kitted Out For Being Towed, Radio/CD, 
Air Conditioning. £4,495 

2001/Y BMW 3 SERIES 330 Cl 2DR 
STEP AUTO [LEATHER], 2 Doors, 
Automatic, Convertible, Petrol. 
97,000 miles, Silver. 13 Months 
Warranty Included In Sale, Full 
Service History, Excellent Condition 
Throughout, Full MOT, Full Leather 
Interior, Air con, Alloy wheels, Cruise 
control, Reverse parking aid. .£3,995 

1993/K MITSUBISHI PAJERO 2.5 TD 
AUTO 7 SEATS, 4 Doors, Automatic, 
All Terrain, Diesel. 140,000 miles, 
White, MOT-04-2013. 2006 Import, 
Very Good Condition, Full Leather, 
13 Months Warranty, Faultless Drive, 
Taxed Until End Of September, Alloy 
Wheels, CD Player. £1,750 

2004/04 FORD Mondeo 2.0TDCI 
130 Ghia X, 5 Doors, Manual, 
Hatchback, Diesel. 72,000 miles, 
Silver. 13 Months Warranty Included 
In Sale, Full Service History, Excel¬ 
lent Throughout, Full MOT, Superb 
Throughout, Two Previous Owners, 
Taxed, Full Leather Interior, Heated 
seats, CD Multichanger. £3,695 

2003/03 LAND ROVER FREELANDER 
2.0 TD4 SERENGETI SW, 5 Doors, 
Automatic, Station Wagon, Diesel. 
130,000 Miles, Silver. 13 Months 
Warranty Included In Sale, Full Serv¬ 
ice History, Full MOT, Very Clean Ex¬ 
ample, Air Conditioning, Alloy 
Wheels Radio/CD. £2,995 

2003/53 ISUZU RODEO 3.0 TD DENVER 
DOUBLE CAB 4X4, 4 Doors, Manual, All 
Terrain, Diesel, 77,000 Miles, Maroon, 13 
Months Warranty Included In Sale, Full 
Service History, Full MOT, Faultless Drive, 
Warranted Mileage, Radio/CD Player, 
Alloy Wheels...... £5,695 


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packages including MiTo for just £169 a month plus deposit 

■ Alfa MiTo buyers can benefit from zero road tax and 
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AS THE British summer 
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Romeo customers with 
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The Italian sporting car 
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The Alfa MiTo 1.3 
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4x4 PICK UP 


2006 56 NISSAN NAVARA 
Dl 4x4 DOUBLE CAB 
TURBO DIESEL 

Full Service History, superb condition 
throughout, 16,000 miles only since new 

£7,995 NO VAT 



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2009 VAUXHALL MOVANO 
3500 CDTI EURO 4 LONG 
WHEEL BASE 13FT LUTON 

Super condition, 1 owner, Sevice 
History, long MOT 

£7,500 +VAT 


VAUXHALL MOVANO 3500 CDTI EURO 4 LONG WHEEL BASE 13ft 

LUTON, Super conditon, 1 owner, service history, long MOT. 

.£7,500+VAT 

FORD TRANSIT 350 100 BHP LONG WHEEL BASE HIGH ROOF, 

18,000 miles only, long MOT, Super van througout. £8,250+VAT 

VAUXHALL VIVARO 2900 CDTI LONG WHEEL BASE, Turbo Diesel, 

EURO 4, only 28,000 miles, Full MOT, on sale. £6,500 NO VAT 

FIAT SCUDO90 MULTI JET SHORT WHEEL BASE LOW ROOF 
TURBO DIESEL, A very well cared for vehicle in excellent condition 
throughout, 12 months MOT. £4,650+VAT 

FORD TRANSIT CONNECTT230TURBO DIESEL, long wheel base, 
high roof, 42,000 miles, very light use. £4,650+VAT 

FORD TRANSIT 100 BHP T 350 rear wheel drive 3.5 ton gross 
vehicle weight, very well maintaied (above average miles), 160,000 

miles recorded, long MOT. £3,500 NO VAT 

FORD TRANSIT 260 TURBO DIESEL, short wheel base, low roof, 

very clean and tidy van, 12 months MOT. £3,250+VAT 

FIAT DUCATO MAXI TURBO DIESEL LONG WHEEL BASE 6 
WHEELER (special purpose) misi bus partialy converted to motor 
home all parts to complete with vehilcles. £5,000 

SMALL VANS 

2008 PEUGEOT PARTNER 625 S HDI 75BHP TURBO DIESEL, new style 

with a side door, 1 owner, very nice condition, 12 months MOT. 

.£3,750+VAT 


2007 NISSAN KUBISTAR SE DCi TURBO DIESEL, same as Renault Kangoo, 
1 owner, 35,000 miles, long MOT, super condition. £3,500+VAT 

2006 CITROEN BERLINGO (ENTERPRISE) HDi TURBO DIESEL 2 LTR 

55,000 miles, PX bargain, long MOT, very clean and tidy van. 

.£2,250+VAT 



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TIPPER 05 REG IVECO 
EUROCARGO 
7.5 TON TIPPER 

Ex Local council, very low recorded 
miles, MOT tested end of February 2012, 
very light useage all its life 

£5,995 +VAT 


CARS 


2007 FORD RANGER TURBO DIESEL SUPER CAB 2 wheel drive pick up, 
newshape, 143PS, 57,000 miles only, full service history ..£4,250+VAT 

2006 FORD RANGER TURBO DIESEL SUPER CAB 4x4 PICK UP a 1 

owner well maintained vehicle, long MOT. £4,995+VAT 

2006 KUBOTA K008 3 DIGGER COMPLETE 3 digging buckets & 
galvanised trailer ready to go to work. £7,500+VAT 

2002 52 REG MITSUBISHI L200 WARRIOR TURBO DIESEL double cab 
pick up 4x4, very tidy condition, 12 months MOT. £3,250+VAT 

R REG MAZDA B3500, 4 WHEEL DRIVE, DOUBLE CAB PICK UP, 

Taxed and MOT, ready to go. £1,500+VAT 

HISTORIC DAVID BROWN 885 DIESEL TRACTOR runs and drive well, 
a very nice restoration project. £1,500+VAT 

HISTORIC FERGUSON T20 PETROL TVO TRACTOR all there need is 
some TLC, runs & drives well. £1,500+VAT 


2007 PEUGEOT 207 S HDi TURBO DIESEL 5 door, hatchback, fitted usual 
Peugeot extras, 12 months MOT, 6 months tax. £4,250 

2005 KIA MAGENTIS LE AUTOMATIC 1997 CC, 4 door, saloon, 25,000 
miles only since new, full service history, MOT 23-9-13 taxed 31-1-13 
.£1,500 

2004 FORD FOCUS LX TDD TURBO DIESEL 5 door Estate car, a very 

clean tidy car in excellent condition throughout, service history. 

.£1,750 

WE HAVE LOTS OF SPARES 

1968 BSA 250CC B25 STARFIRE (a barn find on road since 2001) (A very 
easy restoration) complete with BSA owners club dating certificate. 

.£1,500 

55 REG VAUXHALL VIVARA all body panels 

55 REG FORD TRANSIT 280 engine, gearbox, axle x2 

FORD TRANSIT ‘190’ engine, gearbox 

04 REG LD 16 SEAT MINIBUS no engine 

TRANSIT DOUBLE CAB TIPPER body panels 

VIVARO 5 speed gear box 

VIVARO 6 speed gear box 

FORD IVECO 7.5 TON CHASSIS CAB no MOT 

S REG IVECO for scaffold truck extra long d/sode body, no MOT 

LEYLAND DAF FA45/150 spares or repair chassis cab, good engine g/box, sold 

as non runner due to MOT expeired 


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Tuesday October 9th 2012 


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East Devon football round-up 





tables 

D&E PREMIER 

P 

W 

D 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 


.6 

5 

1 

0 

20 

8 

16 

Newtown. 

.8 

5 

1 

2 

25 

17 

16 

Heavitree SC. 

.7 

4 

3 

0 

18 

10 

15 

Hatherleigh Town. 

.6 

4 

2 

0 

23 

11 

14 

St Martins. 

.6 

4 

1 

1 

20 

11 

13 

Clyst Valley. 

Morchard Bishop. 

.7 

.6 

2 

2 

3 

2 

2 

2 

10 

17 

11 

18 

9 

8 

Seaton Town. 

.5 

2 

1 

2 

15 

13 

7 

Willand Rovers. 

.8 

2 

1 

5 

15 

25 

7 

Beer Albion. 

.5 

2 

0 

3 

13 

19 

6 

University. 

.4 

1 

2 

1 

8 

8 

5 

Budleigh Salterton. 

.6 

1 

1 

4 

8 

20 

4 

Exmouth Amateurs. 

.6 

0 

2 

4 

10 

16 

2 

Topsham Town. 

.6 

0 

2 

4 

6 

12 

2 


.6 

0 

2 

4 

10 

19 

2 

DIVISION ONE 

P 

W 

D 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 


.6 

5 

0 

1 

18 

6 

15 

Bow AAC. 

.4 

4 

0 

0 

13 

3 

12 

Sidbury United . 

.4 

3 

1 

0 

12 

5 

10 

Heavitree SC. 

.5 

3 

1 

1 

12 

8 

10 


.4 

3 

0 

1 

12 

4 

9 

Wellington Town. 

.6 

3 

0 

3 

10 

8 

9 


.3 

2 

1 

0 

17 

2 

7 

Alphington. 

.5 

1 

1 

3 

5 

17 

4 


.2 

1 

o 

1 

2 

3 

3 


.3 

1 

0 

2 

3 

6 

3 

Tipton St John. 

.5 

0 

2 

3 

3 

12 

2 

Cullompton Rangers.... 

.3 

0 

0 

3 

2 

10 

0 


.4 

o 

0 

4 

5 

17 

0 


.4 

0 

0 

4 

3 

16 

0 

DIVISION TWO 

P 

w 

D 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 


.4 

4 

0 

0 

17 

7 

12 


.4 

3 

0 

1 

17 

6 

9 


.4 

3 

0 

1 

9 

3 

9 

Beacon Knights. 

.4 

3 

0 

1 

12 

8 

9 

Dawlish United. 

.6 

3 

0 

3 

17 

16 

9 

Colaton Raleigh. 

.4 

2 

0 

2 

15 

10 

6 

Westexe Rovers. 

.4 

1 

1 

2 

8 

7 

4 

Sidmouth Town. 

.4 

1 

1 

2 

4 

6 

4 


.3 

1 

0 

2 

7 

9 

3 

Pinhoe. 

.3 

1 

0 

2 

5 

9 

3 


.3 

1 

0 

2 

4 

8 

3 

Clyst Valley. 

.3 

1 

0 

2 

4 

11 

3 


.2 

0 

0 

2 

2 

11 

0 


.2 

0 

0 

2 

2 

12 

0 

DIVISION THREE 

P 

W 

D 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 

South Zeal United. 

.5 

5 

0 

0 

22 

7 

15 

Crediton United. 

.5 

4 

1 

0 

24 

2 

13 

Newton St Cyres. 

.6 

4 

0 

2 

17 

6 

12 

Hemyock. 

.3 

3 

0 

0 

10 

4 

9 


.4 

3 

0 

1 

9 

3 

9 

Dolphin ".. 

.3 

3 

0 

0 

7 

1 

9 


.5 

2 

1 

2 

8 

8 

7 


.4 

2 

0 

2 

11 

6 

6 

Tedburn St Mary. 

.5 

2 

0 

3 

9 

11 

6 

.5 

2 

0 

3 

10 

14 

6 

Thorverton. 

.4 

2 

0 

2 

10 

14 

6 

North Tawton. 

.7 

1 

1 

5 

9 

21 

4 

Offwell Rangers. 

.4 

1 

0 

3 

11 

15 

3 

Sandford. 

.5 

1 

0 

4 

4 

22 

3 

Winkleigh. 

.7 

1 

0 

6 

12 

32 

3 

Ottery St Mary. 

.4 

0 

1 

3 

5 

12 

1 

DIVISION FOUR 

P 

W 

D 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 

Axmouth United. 

.5 

4 

1 

0 

26 

9 

13 

University . 

.4 

4 

0 

0 

22 

6 

12 

Axminster Town. 

.6 

4 

0 

2 

18 

7 

12 

Heavitree SC. 

.4 

3 

0 

1 

7 

8 

9 

Exmouth Amateurs. 

.3 

2 

1 

0 

12 

3 

7 

Chulmleigh. 

Exmouth Town. 

.5 

2 

1 

2 

17 

10 

7 

.5 

2 

1 

2 

7 

7 

7 

Bampton. 

.3 

1 

1 

1 

9 

10 

4 

Woodbury. 

.3 

1 

1 

1 

8 

10 

4 

Seaton Town. 

.4 

1 

1 

2 

5 

14 

4 

Lords XI. 

.3 

1 

0 

2 

6 

7 

3 

Newtown. 

.7 

0 

1 

6 

10 

30 

1 

Okehampton. 

.6 

0 

0 

6 

7 

33 

0 

DIVISION FIVE 

P 

w 

D 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 

Culm United. 

.5 

4 

1 

0 

17 

5 

13 

Cheriton Fitzpaine. 

.4 

4 

0 

0 

17 

6 

12 

Countess Wear. 

.4 

4 

0 

0 

13 

4 

12 

Topsham Town. 

.5 

3 

1 

1 

16 

11 

10 

Hatherleigh Town. 

Awliscombe United. 

.5 

3 

1 

1 

12 

9 

10 

.4 

3 

0 

1 

8 

3 

9 

Clyst Valley. 

Westexe Rovers. 

.4 

2 

0 

2 

10 

8 

6 

.4 

1 

1 

2 

10 

7 

4 

Sampford Peverell . 

.5 

1 

1 

3 

7 

16 

4 

Bow AAC. 

.4 

1 

0 

3 

5 

7 

3 

St Martins. 

.4 

1 

o 

3 

4 

8 

3 

Beer Albion. 

.5 

0 

1 

4 

7 

13 

1 

Lapford. 

.3 

0 

0 

3 

2 

10 

0 

Uplowman Athletic. 

.4 

0 

0 

4 

2 

23 

0 

DIVISION SIX 

P 

w 

D 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 

Dawlish United . 

.4 

4 

0 

0 

10 

1 

12 

Amory Park Rangers. 

.6 

3 

1 

2 

19 

9 

10 

Silverton. 

.6 

3 

1 

2 

19 

14 

10 

Feniton. 

.3 

3 

0 

0 

22 

3 

9 

Langdon. 

.4 

3 

0 

1 

20 

10 

9 

East Budleigh. 

.6 

2 

2 

2 

9 

9 

8 

Amory Argyle. 

Exwick Village. 

.5 

.3 

2 

2 

1 

0 

2 

1 

19 

12 

20 

5 

7 

6 

Morchard Bishop. 

.4 

2 

0 

2 

13 

13 

6 

Topsham Town. 

.7 

1 

3 

3 

15 

34 

6 

Stoke Hill. 

.5 

1 

1 

3 

12 

18 

4 

Dunkeswell. 

.2 

1 

0 

1 

10 

6 

3 

Priory. 

.3 

0 

1 

2 

5 

9 

1 

Chagford. 

.3 

0 

0 

3 

2 

18 

0 

North Tawton. 

.3 

0 

0 

3 

5 

23 

0 

DIVISION SEVEN 

P 

w 

D 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 

Honiton Town. 

.5 

4 

1 

0 

22 

10 

13 

Halwill. 

.4 

4 

0 

0 

20 

6 

12 

Fluxton. 

.4 

3 

0 

1 

15 

5 

9 

Cheriton Fitzpaine. 

.6 

2 

2 

2 

16 

16 

8 

Otterton. 

.5 

2 

1 

2 

18 

8 

7 

Met Office. 

.3 

2 

1 

0 

5 

0 

7 

Starcross Generals. 

.5 

2 

1 

2 

18 

15 

7 

Ottery St Mary. 

.6 

2 

1 

3 

16 

22 

7 

Tipton St John . 

.5 

1 

3 

1 

9 

11 

6 

Tedburn St Mary. 

.5 

2 

0 

3 

15 

21 

6 

Open Space Int. 

.5 

2 

0 

3 

12 

23 

6 

Colaton Raleigh. 

.5 

0 

2 

3 

8 

19 

2 

Newton St Cyres. 

.3 

0 

1 

2 

3 

8 

1 

Lympstone. 

.5 

0 

1 

4 

3 

16 

1 

DIVISION EIGHT 

P 

W 

D 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 

Sidbury Utd. 

.7 

5 

1 

1 

24 

14 

16 

Hemyock. 

.5 

3 

1 

1 

18 

11 

10 

Lapford. 

.6 

3 

1 

2 

16 

16 

10 

Pinhoe. 

.3 

3 

0 

0 

17 

5 

9 

Langdon. 

.4 

2 

1 

1 

15 

8 

7 

Bampton. 

.3 

2 

1 

0 

9 

5 

7 

Woodbury. 

.4 

2 

1 

1 

9 

5 

7 

Bickleigh. 

Offwell Rngrs. 

.3 

.5 

2 

2 

0 

0 

1 

3 

16 

23 

7 

15 

6 

6 

Sandford. 

.6 

2 

0 

4 

11 

14 

6 

Colyton. 

.5 

1 

1 

3 

11 

22 

4 

Alphington. 

.3 

1 

0 

2 

9 

12 

3 

Newtown. 

.4 

1 

0 

3 

7 

11 

3 

Folly Gate. 

.5 

1 

0 

4 

4 

29 

3 

Winkleigh. 

.5 

0 

1 

4 

4 

19 

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Sidmouth through in county cup 


DEVON PREMIER CUP, 
First Round 
Sidmouth Town 4 
Plymouth Parkway Res 2 

ON A sunny afternoon Town 
hosted this Devon Premier Cup 
tie at Manstone. 

On a wet pitch that stood up 
well the visitors started brightly. 
However for all their early posse¬ 
sion they never tested Burgess in 
the home goal. 

Slowly the Vikings started to 
gain some momentum and ex¬ 
erted some pressure on the Park¬ 
way defence. 

With the clock ticking down to 
half-time the Vikings went ahead 
when a corner by Thomas was 
knocked in by Mike Stamp and 
the Vikings held the lead going 
into the interval. 

The second half got underway 
with Town looking stronger and 
more assertive. Parkway to their 
credit made a couple of changes 
and were not going to fold easily. 

On the hour mark Kev Dorman, 
who had been brought into the 
fray 60 seconds before, took his 
first touch to set up a right foot 
screamer that left the keeper 
clutching thin air. 

Now with confidence flowing 
through the side Town played 
some decent football. Ten min¬ 
utes later the home side made it 
3-0 when Dorman broke down 
the right to cross for Matt Ras¬ 
mussen to calmly stroke in his 
first goal of the season. 

Twenty minutes to go, what 
could go wrong? 

Unfortunately Parkway hadn't 
read the script and started pour¬ 
ing men forward in the hope that 
they could get at least a goal that 
their perfomance deserved. 

That was duly delivered skip¬ 
per Alex Raistrick, enjoying a fab¬ 
ulous season, was penalised for 
shirt pulling in the box. 

Burgess was sent the wrong 
way from the spot and the visi¬ 
tors could now sense a come¬ 
back. 

When cool heads and calm¬ 
ness was needed Town panicked 
and stopped passing the easy 
ball, instead giving the ball away 
offering Parkway to put pressure 
on the defence. 

The visitors pulled another 
goal back with 80 minutes 
played to make it 3-2 and the 
possibility of extra-time was a se¬ 
rious possibility. 

However in the 85th minute 
Rassmussen was put through 40 
yards out and drew the keeper 
before chipping the ball into an 
empty net. That proved enough 


to give the Vikings their first win 
of the season and into the next 
round. 

Managers View 

"Obviously pleased to register a 
win at last, although we made it 
more difficult than we needed 
to. 

"We made some changes dur¬ 
ing the first half, at halftime and 
again during the second half and 
they certainly had the desired ef¬ 
fect. 

"Hopefully with the squad now 
looking stronger, competition for 
places will push the players to 
produce performances that will 
in turn benefit the team. 

"Darren Thomas & Matt Ras¬ 
mussen were the pick of the 
squad. 

"We have two tough games 
now where if we get a bit of 
good fortune and apply our¬ 
selves properly we are capable of 
picking some points up." 

• Next up for the first team is 
Budleigh Salterton away tomor¬ 
row night (Wednesday, October 
10th, 7:30pm ko), followed by 
Galmpton United at home on 
Saturday being the visitors (3pm 
ko). 

FRESHA DEVON 
& EXETER LEAGUE 
Division Four 
Seaton Town 1 
Axmouth United 4 
AXMOUTH made the short trip 
for the local derby with Seaton 
Reserves and came away with 
the points and a 5-1 victory 
thanks to two goals from Charlie 
Clarke and one each for Matt 
Ellis, Asa Sandman and Reece 
Hales. 

However, Axmouth manager 
heaped praise on the home side 
saying: "We all knew that Seaton 
were having difficulty getting a 
side together but I would like to 
give a great deal of credit to 
those who turned out today as I 
thought they did themselves 
proud, particularly in the first half 
when they really made it hard 
work for us and Dave Perham 
was in inspired form in goal. 

"We were not at our best for 
some spells but it was only when 
understandably they tired that 
we got on top and in particular 
their younger lads Ben, Tom and 
Seth really impressed me today 
and look to have a bright future 
ahead of them. 

"The experienced lads showed 
they still have plenty of ability 
and only a lack of match fitness 
counted against them in the end. 

"We have started the season 


well but our injury list continues 
to grow and I'd prefer not to 
keep making late appearances 
when I'm mostly twice the age or 
even three times of some and 
our main aim is to be competi¬ 
tive as long as we can and then 
see where we are." 

RESULTS 

GRADDON VENDING DEVON 
COUNTY PREMIER CUP, First 
Round: Alphington 0 AFC Brix- 
ham 0 (aet); Axminster Town 0 
Bideford 1; Boca Seniors 11 Beer 
Albion 0; Budleigh Salterton 2 
Chard Utd 0; Chittlehampton 3 
Exmouth Tn 7; Clyst Valley 1 St 
Martins 7; Crediton Utd 0 
Holsworthy 1 (aet); Dolton 1, 
Upton Ath 3; Exeter CS 8 
Shamwickshire 0; Exmouth 
Amats 0 Shakespeare 2; Feniton 
Utd 7 Efford Bluebird 0; Hather- 
leigh v North Molton - post¬ 
poned; Ipplepen Ath v Heavitree 
Utd - postponed; Loddiswell 4 
Seaton Town 3; Mount Gould 0 
Buckland Ath 1; Newton Sp 5 
Barnstaple AAC 1; Okehampton 
3 Bradworthy 1; Putford 2 Mar- 
jons 1; Roborough 2 Braunton 
11; Sidmouth Tn 4 Plym Parkway 
2; Stoke Gabriel 2 Elburton Villa 
0;Teignmouth 2 Staverton & L 1; 
Thorverton 1 Appledore 2; Top- 
sham Tn 1 Galmpton Utd 3;Tor- 
ridgeside 3 Kingsteignton 2 (aet); 
Totnes & Dart v Chaddlewood - 
postponed; Univ of Exeter 5 
Plymstock 2; Vospers OV 3 Wil- 
land Rov 1; Watts B&B 2 Mor- 
chard Bishop 1. 

FIREWATCH DEVON COUNTY 
SENIOR CUP, Second Round: 

Bampton 2 Braunton 7; Beesands 
Rov 1 Offwell Rgs 0; BoveyTracey 
2 Elmore 1; Bow AAC 4 Culm Utd 
1; Brixham AFC 2 Dolphin 0; Brix- 
ham Tn 3 Exmouth Tn 2; Buck- 
fastleigh 6Thorverton 3; Colaton 
Raleigh 7 Beacon K 2; Colyton v 
Honiton Tn - postponed; Cul- 
lompton Rgs v Yealm Utd - post¬ 
poned; Dawlish Utd 5 Heavitree 
Social 0; East Budleigh 4 Alphing¬ 
ton 0; Hele OTorrington 5; King¬ 
steignton Ath 5 Woodbury 1; 
Lords 4 Totnes & Dartington 0; 
Lynton & Lynmouth 5 Steam- 
packet 2; Newton Abb 66 7 Ot- 
tery St Mary 0; Park Utd v 
Witheridge - postponed; Pilton 
Acad v Heavitree Social (away 
walkover); Pinhoe 2 Newtown 3; 
Tipton St John 2 Shamwick 0 
(aban 75 mins); Watcombe Wdrs 
7 Hooe Rov 1; Westexe Rov 0 
Hideaway Cafe 2; Windor Car 
Sales 1 Newton Utd 2. 


SW PENINSULA DIV 1(E) 


DIVISION ONE (EAST) 

P 

W 

D 

L 

GD 

Pts 

Newton Abbot Spurs. 

.8 

6 

0 

2 

7 

18 

Exmouth Town. 

.7 

5 

2 

0 

9 

17 

Teignmouth. 

.8 

5 

1 

2 

8 

16 

Axminster Town.. 

.7 

4 

2 

1 

6 

14 

Exeter Civil Service. 

.9 

4 

2 

3 

-2 

14 

Stoke Gabriel. 

.7 

4 

1 

2 

11 

13 

Budleigh Salterton. 

.8 

4 

1 

3 

2 

13 

Totnes & Dartington. 

.7 

3 

1 

3 

4 

10 

Alphington. 

.7 

3 

1 

3 

-3 

10 

Okehampton Argyle. 

.8 

2 

2 

4 

-5 

8 

Crediton Unted. 

.4 

2 

1 

1 

1 

7 

Appledore. 

.7 

2 

1 

4 

-3 

7 

Exeter University. 

.7 

1 

4 

2 

-8 

7 

Galmpton United. 

.6 

1 

0 

5 

-7 

3 

Plymstock United. 

.6 

0 

2 

4 

-6 

2 

Sidmouth Town.. 

.8 

0 

1 

7 

-14 

1 


BUDDENS WESTINSURE 
DEVON COUNTY INTERMEDI¬ 
ATE CUP, Second Round 
(North): LandkeyTn v Halwill - 
postponed. 

Second Round (East): Amory 
Argyle 5 Cheriton Fitx 3; Bick- 
leigh 5 Tipton St John 4 (aet); 
Dunkerswell 3 Amorty Pk Rgs 4; 
Exwick Vill OTopsham 4; Farway 
Utd 3 Met Offie 1; Lympstone 0 
Sampford Pev 3; Milway Rise 4 
Pinhoe 2; Morchardbishop 4 Up- 
lowman 3; Otterton 5 Stoke Hill 
2; Silverton 3 Westexe Rov 1; St 
Martins 0 Colaton Raleigh 1; Star- 
cross Generals 1 Langdon 3; Up- 
lyme 2 Countess Dyn 4; Chagford 
0 Waldon 1. 

Second Round (South): AFC 

Staverton 6 Dittisham Utd 1; 
Babbacombe 4 Totnes & Dart 2; 
Bishopsteignton 4 Newton 66 2; 
Chagford 0 Waldon Ath 1; Using- 
ton Villa 7 Newton Rov 2; Kings- 
bridge & K 1 Paignton Villa 3; 
Newton Spurs 1 Ipplepen Ath 5; 
Newton United 1 Buckland & M 
7; Polonia Torbay 1 Stoke Gabriel 
7; Riviera Spurs 0 BoveyTracey 4; 
SalcombeTn 0, Liverton Utd 3; 
Torbay Police 2,Teign Village 5. 

Second Round (West): Lamer- 
ton 5 Yelverton Villa 1; Nova 
Homes 1 Univ of Plymouth 3; Ply¬ 
mouth Hope 3 Lee Moor 2; 
Princetown 0 Lifton 3; Staddis- 
combe 3 Plymouth Rgs 4. 

FRESHA DEVON AND EXETER 
LEAGUE, Premier Division: Uni¬ 
versity 1 Newtown 2. 

Division One: Chard Town 2 
Wellington Town 1; Sidbury 
United 2 University 0. 

Division Two: Halwill v Chag¬ 
ford - postponed. 

Division Three: Newton St C 4 
Tedburn St Mary 2; South Zeal 
Utd 6 NorthTawton 1; University 
3 Lympstone 0; Upottery 6 Sand- 
ford 1. 

Division Four: Axminster Tn 7 
Okehampton 1; Newtown 3 Uni¬ 
versity 6; Seaton Town 1 Ax¬ 
mouth United 5. 

Division Five: Awliscombe 
United v Bow AAC - postponed; 
Beer Albion 0 Hatherleigh Town 
0; Lapford v Clyst Valley - post¬ 
poned. 

Division Six: North Tawton v 
Feniton - postponed; Topsham 
Town 1 East Budleigh 1. 

Division Seven: Ch Fitzpaine 1 
Open Space Int 4; Honiton Town 
4Tedburn St Mary 2. 

Division Eight: Hemyock 4 
Sidbury United 3; Newtown 2 
Lapford 3; Winkleigh v Colyton - 
postponed. 

GEARY CUP: Woodbury v Lang¬ 
don - postponed. 


FIXTURES (Oct 13th) 
GRADDON VENDING 
DEVON COUNTY PREMIER 
CUP, First Round (2pm): 

Hatherleigh Town v North 
Molton SC (2pm). 

FIREWATCH DEVON 

COUNTY SENIOR CUP, Sec¬ 
ond Round (2pm): Colyton v 
Honiton Town. 

DEVON INTERMEDIATE 
CUP, Second Round (East) 
(2pm): Culm United v Sand- 
ford. 

Second Round (North): 

LandkeyTown v Halwill. 

FRESHA DEVON AND EX¬ 
ETER LEAGUE, Premier Divi¬ 
sion: Budleigh Salterton v 
University; Hatherleigh Town 
v St Martins; Newtown vTop- 
sham Town; Thorverton v 
Heavitree Social United. 

Division One: Culm United 
v Colyton; Heavitree Social 
United v Witheridge; Univer¬ 
sity v Alphington. 

Division Two: Beacon 
Knights v Clyst Valley; Exeter 
Civil Service v Honiton Town; 
Topsham Town v Bickleigh. 

Division Three: Dolphin v 
Winkleigh; Hemyock v New¬ 
ton St Cyres; Offwell Rangers 
v North Tawton; Sandford v 
University; Upottery v 
Thorverton. 

Division Four: Axminster 
Town v Heavitree Social 
United; Lords XI v Seaton 
Town; Newtown v Bampton. 

Division Five: Clyst Va I ley v 
Westexe Rovers; Countess 
Wear Dynamoes v Hather¬ 
leigh Town; Sampford 
Peverell v Lapford. 

Division Six: Amory Park 
Rangers v Topsham Town; 
Chagford v Stoke Hill; 


Dunkeswell Rovers v Exwick 
Village; North Tawton v 
Amory Argyle; Priory v 
Dawlish United; Silverton v 
Feniton. 

Division Seven: Fluxton v 
Newton St Cyres; Met Office v 
Cheriton Fitzpaine; Open 
Space International v Lymp¬ 
stone; Ottery St Mary v Hal¬ 
will. 

Division Eight: Bampton v 
Offwell Rangers; Colyton v 
Hemyock; Folly Gate v Pin¬ 
hoe; Lapford v Sidbury 
United; Winkleigh v Sandford. 

EAST DEVON SENIOR CUP, 
Second Round: Bow AAC v 

Willand Rovers; Clyst Valley v 
Tiverton Town; East Budleigh 
v Chard Town; Exmouth Am¬ 
ateurs v Beer Albion; Feniton 
v Tipton St John; Morchard 
Bishop v Wellington Town. 

BILL SLEE CUP, Second 
Round: Exmouth Amateurs v 
Crediton (4:30pm). 

Third Round: Colaton 
Raleigh v Woodbury; 
Dawlish United v Sidmouth 
Town; Halwill v Okehampton 
Argyle; Pinhoe v Chagford; 
Tedburn St Mary v Newtown. 

FOOTBALL EXPRESS CUP, 
Second Round: Cheriton 
Fitzpaine v Bow AAC; St Mar¬ 
tins v East Budleigh;Topsham 
Town v Morchard Bishop. 

Third Round: Awliscombe 
United v Culm United; Beer 
Albion v Langdon. 

GEARY CUP, Second Round: 

Bickleigh vTipton St John 
Third Round: Alphington v 
Starcross Generals; Otterton 
v Colaton Raleigh. 


DEVON PREMIER CUP, 

First Round 
Axminster Town 0 
Bideford Reserves 1 

AXMINSTER Town's hopes of run in the 
Devon Premier Cup came crashing 
down with a shock 1-0 defeat against 
North Devon Premier opponents Bide¬ 
ford Reserves. 

An in-form but weakened Tigers 
were expected to progress into the 
second round but they paid the 
penalty for an inept performance in 
front of goal, including a missed 
penalty, having dominated play 
throughout the game. 

Bideford arrived at Sector Lane full of 
confidence on the back of seven wins 
out of seven league games in the 
North Devon Premier and 25 goals to 
their name. 

They were certainly not overawed by 


their South West Peninsula opponents 
and gave little quarter in some fero¬ 
cious tackling that incurred four book¬ 
ings. 

Axminster lined up without Ben Vine, 
whose car broke down in 
Bournemouth, the injured Martin Han¬ 
cock (ligaments), Elliot Dyer, Terry Em¬ 
mett and the suspended Aaron Doble. 

The Tigers started brightly enough 
with Alex Wheatley just failing to get 
on the end of a dangerous Jonny Hur- 
ford cross. And in a period of end-to- 
end play, the Robins went close from a 
free-kick. 

Another chance went begging for 
Axe after a good combination be¬ 
tween Wheatley and Richie Emmet 
and home keeper Luke Ashford 
cleared off his own line with a out¬ 
stretched boot. 

The only goal of the game came in 
the 16th minute from a breakaway at¬ 


tack which caught the home defence 
napping and ended in Ashford being 
lobed from the edge of the box by 
James Nicholls. 

The Tigers dominated the rest of 
then first half as they threw everything 
forward to get back on equal terms, 
failing to convert a number of chances. 

Adam Cowling volleyed wide from 
the edge of the box, a Lewis Couch 
cross was cleared off the line, Couch 
then fired into the side netting from a 
good position and Emmett headed 
inches wide from a Couch free kick, fol¬ 
lowed by a Hurford shot which went 
wide. Couch was in the thick of things 
as Axminster pressed for the equaliser 
and their chance came in the 42nd 
meeting when a Bideford defender 
was booked for shirt pulling in the box. 

But Couch's subsequent penalty was 
saved by an excitable Robins' keeper 
diving to his left. 


In the final two minutes of the first 
half Jack Knight fired wide and a curl¬ 
ing short from Emmett skimmed past 
the woodwork, adding to the frustra¬ 
tion of the home crowd. 

Manager Paul Ashford led his side in 
at half-time with a wry shake of the 
head as the Axminster supporters ru¬ 
minated on why the Tigers were not 
going in with a substantial lead, such 
was their dominance. 

The second half followed a similar 
pattern with the Tigers pinning their 
visitors in their own half for long peri¬ 
ods. A Couch shot was deflected over 
the bar and Wheatley skied the ball 
was close range. 

Bideford rode their luck and the des¬ 
peration of the defending was high¬ 
lighting by two more bookings. 

Couch had run himself ragged up 
front with little to show for his efforts 
and was substituted by Tom Perryman 


in the 66th minute in the hope that the 
clever little winger might find a way 
through the Robin's defence. 

But it didn't happen. Bideford did 
have a couple of chances late in the 
game. They picked up another book¬ 
ing for an appallingly late tackle on 
Danny Beer that warranted a red. 

Danny Galloway came on with just a 
few minutes to play and found himself 
on the receiving end of two yellow 
cards which saw him sent off with the 
last challenge of the game as Axmin¬ 
ster pumped everything forward to no 
avail. 

AXMINSTER TOWN: Luke Ashford; 
Dan Beer, Corey Couch, Darren Stewart 
(captain), Wes Tarr; Alex Wheatley, Jack 
Knight, Lewis Couch, Jon Hurford; 
Adam Cowling, Richie Emmett. Subs: 
Tom Perryman, Danny Galloway, James 
Bennett (not used). 

Man-of-the-match: Wes Tarr. 




































PULMAN’S VIEW SPORT 


J Tuesday October 9th 2012 


netball round-up 
Three teams on top 

WITH your reporter having been away on holiday 
there is some catching up to do with reports - so 
here are two weeks of fixtures. Unfortunately for 
Flamingos and Tip Top Trees the lights were not 
working properly and so their game in week three 
had to be postponed and will be played later in the 
season. 

★ ★ ★ 

FLAMINGOS remain the only Division One side with 
a 100 per cent record thanks to their win by 28-23 
over their rivals OPG. 

It was a close fought game with Sarah dark doing 
well for Flamingos and Hannah Lee the OPG star. 
OPG bounced back from this setback when they beat 
the Weather Girls by 46-18, with this win moving 
them to the top of the table on goal difference. Har¬ 
riet Eaton was their top player whilst Jill Heal was the 
Met Office player to watch. 

Signs South West have made a good start to the 
season and after three games are in second place. 
They had a convincing win over 3Ts, for whom Hay- 
ley Spiller played well, with a 43-18 goal win. 

This was largely due to fine shooting from Michaela 
Sydenham. Unfortunately for SSW they then met a 
resurgent Uplowman who were fresh from their vic¬ 
tory over the Weather Girls by 37-29. 

Liz Henningford had played well for the Met Office 
but Julie Heal had performed well for Uplowman. 

Against Signs South West Viv Grant was back in 
great form and guided Uplowman to a 32-19 win 
that put them level on points with OPG and SSW. 
Debbie Wheeler worked hard for SSW but they could 
not match Uplowman. 

RESULTS Division One: Uplowman 37 Met Office 
Weather Girls 29; Flamingos 28 OPG 23; Signs South 
West 43 Tip Top Trees 18 | OPG 46 Met Office 
Weather Girls 18; Uplowman 32 Signs South 
West 19 


Division One 

OPG. 

Signs Southwest. 

Uplowman. 

Flamingos. 

Met Office Weather Girls 
Tip Top Trees. 


P GD Pts 

.3 76 7 

.3 14 7 

.3 4 7 

.2 22 6 

.3 -38 2 

.2 -78 0 


Hi Q and Pixies lead the way 

IN THE second tier the division is being dominated 
by Hi Q and Pixies in the first three weeks. 

Hi Q have been in high scoring form and against 
Howden Hawks they ran out winners by 58-19, 
thanks to some great play from Kerri Callon. 

Meg Falkner worked hard for Hawks but they just 
could not get level with Hi Q. 

Hi Q then met newcomers Otter Valley Dairy and 
dominated the game to win by 41 -6, with Bev Parris 
catching the eye. OVD are working hard and Pippa 
Wright was the pick of the side. 

Second placed Pixies also had a good win over 
Hawks, for whom Meg Falkner was once again the 
star, with Howden just failing to get a point from 
their 15-31 defeat. 

Ashilah Jarrald was the pick of the Pixies, who the 
week before had dominated new side Water Babes 
38-4 in the Babes first game in the league. 

JD Tyres had forfeited their first game when they 
failed to field a side but the second week saw them 
against Otter Valley Dairy. 

With the lively Louise Newton proving difficult for 
the OVD defence to handle JD recorded a 37-11 win. 
Charlotte Daley turned in a fine game for OVD. 

Water Babes' second match was also difficult for 
them when they met a strong Sidmouth Toucans 
side. With Helen Terry in majestic form for the Tou¬ 
cans they ran out winners by 40-3, with Sam Clarke 
playing well for the Babes. 


RESULTS Division Two: Pixies 38 Water Babes 4; 

Hi Q 58 Howden Hawks 19; JDTyres 37 Otter Valley 
Dairy 11 | Hi Q 41 Otter Valley Dairy 6; Sidmouth 
Toucans 40 Water Babes 3; Howden Hawks 15 
Pixies 31 


Division Two P 

Hi Q.3 

Pixies.3 

Sidmouth Toucans.2 

Howden Hawks.3 

JDTyres*.2 

Water Babes.2 

Otter Valley Dairy.3 


GD Pts 

91 9 

70 9 

20 4 

-45 3 

16 0 

-71 0 

-81 0 


* Three points deducted for not fulfilling a fixture 


golf round-up 


AXE CLIFF with Janet Dack 

Senior Club 

A BUSY week for the Seniors saw them 
win the home return inter-club match 
with Taunton Vale 5-1. 

Although they lost the April fixture in 
Taunton 4-2, the overall score gave Axe 
Cliff a 7-5 advantage. 

Winning pairings for Axe Cliff included 
Rob Grove & Peter Knighting, Mick 
Tomes & Alan Vincent, Geoff Hubbard & 
John White, Stuart Mackie & Gilbert Cox 
and Terry Jessup & Jack Bannister. 

On Thursday the Captain's away day 
was held at Dainton Park, near Newton 
Abbot. Twenty members took part in¬ 
cluding the captain, Rob Grove, who 
thanked vice captain John White for or¬ 
ganising the day, thoroughly enjoyed by 
all who participated. 

Everyone won a prize but the main 
winners were Gilbert Cox, nearest the 
pin on the eighth, and Peter Rollason, 
nearest the pin at the 15th. 

The winner of the individual stableford 
with 36 points was Rob Heard; second 
with 33 points lain Bain and third John 
White with 32 points. 

On Friday the prizes for stablefords and 
medals over the last three months were 
presented to winners by the captain, 
Rob Grove. 

This was preceded by a 15 hole stable¬ 
ford for the Quarterly Cup which on a 
showery morning was won by Mick 
Tomes (17) with a solid 30 points. 

Second on countback was Rob Grove 
(15) with Dave Weston (21) third, both 
scoring 26 points. 

The Knockout Cup, played over the 
summer months, was won by Gerry 
Turner, who beat Bill Polley in the final by 
3&2. 


Ladies Section 

THE winner of this week's stableford 
competition on a very windy Wednesday 
was Helen Kenworthy (14) with a very re¬ 
spectable 36 points. 


HONITON with Andy Wagner 

Carnival Circus 

HONITON held its annual fund raising 
'roll-up'for the benefit of Honiton Carni¬ 
val on Saturday. 

It's a straight forward stableford event 
with an amount of the proceeds given to 
the carnival's charity. 

The event is growing in interest as a 
fun day's golf and we were honoured to 
have the Carnival Queen present to re¬ 
ceive the cheque. 

This year's Queen is the delightful 
Chloe Broom who is ably assisted by her 
sister Kayleigh, acting as her Princess. 

The game was won by Dave Carnall 
with 38pts but as ever it's all about sup¬ 
porting the carnival. 

Monthly Medal 

IT'S GETTING impossible to predict 
whether the course will be open - or 
even playable - for our Sunday games, so 
all credit to the greenstaff for getting our 
games through on time. 

However the rough is so wet and claw¬ 
ing that anything straying off line meant 
at least a shot dropped. 

The winners on the day though played 
par golf. In Division One Keith Lloyd's 
nett 69 topped the rankings ahead of 
Dean Bonetta and Martin Hughes, who 
both scored 72. 

Division Two had Mark Fowler, 69, first, 
ahead of Dave Lee, 70, and Jonno Bur¬ 
den, 72. 


Tuesday Mixed 

RYE Foursomes was the format for this 
week's mixed competition which started 
in good weather but deteriorated during 
the afternoon. 

However the rain did not stop the win¬ 
ners having a wonderful score - Linda 
McLaughlin and Andy Sharland scored 
40pts. 

In second place were Jan Dickinson 
and Allan Seager with 36pts, Linda and 
John Northover were third with 29pts. 

The organisers this month are Ro and 
Chris Poole and Lady Captain Jackie Sea¬ 
ger presented the prizes. 


Seniors Sections 

THE course was heavy after overnight 
rain but the 62 Seniors who competed 
enjoyed a fun day. 

They were only allowed three clubs 
and a putter but many scored just as well 
as they normally do with a bag full! 

It was a stableford format with the best 
score coming from Ron Cooper heading 
Division Two with 36 points, followed by 
Bob Milton, George Smith, Bob Under¬ 
wood and Robert Canterbury. 

The best score in Division One came 
from Angus Falconer with 35 points. 
Andy Sharland was runner-up followed 
by Bob Cleal, Phillip Donne-Davis and 
Fred Utting. 



▲ Carnival Queen Chloe Broom and her Princess Kayleigh Broom with Honiton Golf 
Club's Dave Carnall and Club Captain Paul Dimond 


SCRUM-DOWN rugby round-up 


HONITON 16pts BUDE 14pts 

HEAVY rain had ensured that the Allhallows 
ground was a little on the heavy side for this 
game that Honiton really had to win if they 
were to make anything of a fist of their Western 
Counties campaign. 

There was a discernable breeze blowing di¬ 
agonally down the ground, and the home side 
faced both breeze and slope initially. 

In fact they could not really have got off to a 
better start. The first scrummage took place in 
midfield. Honiton won it and, after a move to 
the left had been checked, they recycled, 
spread the ball right for hooker Hill to cut a 
good line, wrong foot the cover, get over and 
run to the posts. Cave added the extras from 
in front and the home side led 7-0 before the 
game was two minutes old. 

The next few minutes belonged to the visi¬ 
tors however, certainly territorially speaking 
and they recycled several times close to the 
home line, eventually finding a gap and one of 
their centres charged over some ten yards 
from the posts. This try too was converted to 
tie the scores at seven points apiece after some 
ten minutes play. 

Honiton were not winning their fair share of 
useable possession at this stage and their op¬ 
ponents continued to prosper as far as terri¬ 
tory was concerned. Bude were finding the 
Honiton runners a problem however and 
would have not been all that satisfied with 
some of their tackling in the first half. The 
home side were defending solidly enough but 
were making too many unforced errors for 
their own peace of mind. 

Nevertheless it wanted just a few minutes to 
the halfway stage before Bude made pressure 
tell. A good diagonal kickthat was well chased 
by their speedy winger, set up the position. 

Honiton were forced into conceding a line- 
out close to their own line. Bude gained pos¬ 
session and rolled the maul over the line 
halfway out. 

The try was converted and, although Honi¬ 
ton spent the final few minutes of the half on 
the attack, errors, and the tendency to throw 
long speculative passes that were not taken, 
meant that the scoreline remained at 7-14 at 
the halfway stage. 

Honiton were by no means out of it at this 
stage for they would have the benefit of both 
slope and breeze in the second period. A surg¬ 
ing gallop by number eight Rice took play 
deep into the visitors'territory early in the sec¬ 
ond half but their early pressure came to 
nought, and the odd error prevented them 


from establishing any continuity in much of 
their play. They were winning more possession 
however and spent more time in their oppo¬ 
nents'territory as a consequence. 

They won a penalty in front of the posts on 
the hour and Cave reduced the deficit by land¬ 
ing the goal. Another run by Rice set up a scor¬ 
ing chance a few minutes later as, although he 
was again checked short, the Bude defence 
again infringed and Cave reduced their lead to 
a single point with his third successful place 
kick of the afternoon. Honiton then conceded 
a penalty in front of their own posts, only for 
the visitors' kicker to miss the straightforward 
place kick. 

Honiton seemed to be getting on top at 
scrum time during the last quarter and a Cave 
long range penalty from near halfway slid just 
wide with ten minutes left. At this stage the 
visitors full back was awarded a yellow card for 
some felony or other and Honiton kicked the 
resultant penalty to the corner but were sent 
empty away by a resolute Bude defence. 

A second penalty was kicked to the corner 
but did not find touch; but the visitors got into 
a muddle, failed to clear and conceded yet an¬ 
other penalty. Cave stepped up and his kick bi¬ 
sected the poles to give his side a two point 
lead at 16-14. 

Bude remained within penalty goal range 
but never really looked like rallying, for the 
home side's edge forward was becoming more 
and more pronounced and the remainder of 
the play took place in the visitors' twenty-two, 
with Honiton running out narrow winners. 

Honiton deserved to win this one, just, but 
the result should not disguise their discrepan¬ 
cies. They lacked penetration in attack, apart 
from the strong running Rice. 

They made too many unforced errors (I 
counted three forward passes thrown during 
the first half alone). Their fitness levels were, I 
think, better than those of their opponents 
however, and they defended resolutely 
enough. There's a fair bit to work to do, I think! 

CREDITON 2nd 47pts HONITON Opts 

THERE is, on occasion, a positional imbalance 
in the composition of second sides. Honiton 
seconds certainly had one on Saturday last, 
travelling to Crediton with no less than 13 for¬ 
wards in their squad. 

While they certainly gave as good as they re¬ 
ceived in the tight, the more agile home back 
division made them pay whenever the ball was 
spread wide and ran out comfortable winners 
after a game to which Honiton contributed 


rather more than the final scoreline indicates. 

SIDMOUTH 14pts 
WADEBRIDGE CAMELS 28pts 

SIDMOUTH would have ended the day ruing 
their bad fortune and ill discipline in about 
equal measures. 

It all started well enough for they exerted 
early pressure and came close to scoring after 
some five minutes when Jack Pyne got over 
only to lose possession. 

They maintained the pressure however and, 
after Mills had ripped the ball clear at a maul, 
Tom Whelan dummied his way over close to 
the posts. He converted his own try and Sid¬ 
mouth led 7-0 before the game was ten min¬ 
utes old. Sidmouth were certainly the better 
side throughout the first quarter and should 
really have scored again, but knocked on with 
an overlap beckoning, and at this point the 
cracks started to appear. 

First to leave the field was Tom Seward hos¬ 
pitalised with a serious shoulder injury, and the 
visitors took advantage took advantage of the 
subsequent disruption in home ranks to 
equalise with a converted try of their own. 

Sidmouth’s penalty count began to mount 
and their lineout, not one of their strengths 
this season, began to creak. 

Eventually they conceded one penalty too 
many for the referee's liking, and he sent Tom 
Irish to the bin. Camels took the lead in his ab¬ 
sence with an unconverted try and, in trying 
to prevent this score, out half, Jason Luff tore a 
hamstring and had to be replaced. Woe was 
then added to woe for, just before the break, 
Rhys Thomas also saw yellow and followed his 
team mate into the bin. 

Sidmouth had ended the first half with only 
14 men on the paddock and, although Thomas 
rejoined the fry soon after the break, he was 
soon replaced in the sin bin by Nick Mills. 

Again the visitors took advantage and drove 
over from a ruck near the home line. They con¬ 
verted this try to take the scoreline to 7-19. 

More problems were to come for the home 
side, with Matt Goss incurring a head injury 
that was serious enough to necessitate the 
calling of an ambulance. Sidmouth were not 
done however and, in spite of now having a 
back division that included two forwards, they 
mounted something of a rearguard action and 
limited their opponents to a single penalty 
goal during the next 20 minutes' play. 

They scored a try too, touched down by Pyne 
after good work by Whelan had put him clear. 
The try was converted and the score line now 


with Keith Jenkin 

stood at 14-22 and Sidmouth could dream of 
a losing bonus point at least, but alas it was not 
to be. They did exert some pressure towards 
the end but lost possession again at a lineout. 

Their opponents cleared, went back upfield 
and their scrum half scuttled over from a ruck 
close in. The extras were duly added and the 
whistle for no side sounded soon after, leaving 
the home side ruing their indiscipline and pon¬ 
dering a lengthening injury list. 

PREVIEW 

THE league programme continues on Saturday 
next, with both local sides playing away from 
home. SIDMOUTH travel to PAIGNTON, a side 
with whom they have enjoyed some rather 
close encounters in recent times, and one 
whom one or two in their camp tend to rate as 
'a bogey side' 

The South Devon side has had a similar start 
to Sidmouth in the campaign, although one in¬ 
teresting form indication is that they lost at 
North Dorset, a side who were beaten badly at 
the Blackmoor a couple of weeks ago. 

I tend to think that this will be a tight game 
for the simple reason that most games against 
this opposition are just that. Much will depend 
on the availability of Sidmouth's ever length¬ 
ening list of walking wounded however. 

HONITON make the rather longer journey to 
DEVONPORT SERVICES, and will, I think, find 
the going tough there. Their opponents have 
made a much better start to the season and 
the form book suggests a thirty point loss for 
the Allhallows side. I watched Honiton on Sat¬ 
urday last and do feel that they possess more 
ability than they are currently showing. 

It may be that they need to be a little more 
patient, not throw speculative passes and not 
'chase the game'quite so hard; but rather con¬ 
centrate on doing the basics well. I thought 
they defended pretty well last Saturday. They 
will probably need to do so again. 

As to the second sides, Honiton entertain 
Wessex seconds and could well win that one 
as long as they include a few threequarters in 
their starting line up. Sidmouth seconds are 
unlikely to get a lot of change out of visitors 
Paignton seconds, while Sidmouth thirds ven¬ 
ture into the wilds of North Devon and may 
well find their hands full at South Molton sec¬ 
onds. 

• FIXTURES October 13th 2012: Honiton v 
Devonport Services (away); Honiton 2nd v 
Wessex (home); Sidmouth v Paignton (away); 
Sidmouth 2nd v Paignton 2nd (home); 
Sidmouth 3rd v South Molton 2nd (away). 



























PULMAN’S VIEW SPORT 


bowls Axminster 


AXMINSTER with D. Harris 
AXMINSTER Outdoor Bowls 
Club have now completed 
their competition finals 
with the following results. 

Andy'Star'Spiller lived up 
to his nickname, winning all 
seven of his finals! 

LADIES 4-WOOD SINGLES: 
Winner - Margaret Cromp¬ 
ton, R/U - Ann Clayton 

LADIES 2-WOOD SINGLES: 
Winner - Ann Clayton, R/U - 
Liz Earl 

LADIES SINGLES '101': 
Winner - Ann Clayton, R/U - 
Margaret Crompton 

LADIES PAIRS (4-wood): 
Winners - Margaret Cromp¬ 
ton and Margaret Brown, 
R/U - Joan Quick and Bar¬ 
bara Mowatt 

MENS 4-WOOD SINGLES: 
Winner - Andy Spiller, R/U - 
David Harris 

MENS 2-WOOD SINGLES: 
Winner - Andy Spiller, R/U - 
Bob Sherborne 


MENS SINGLES'101': Win¬ 
ner - Andy Spiller, R/U - Les 
Clark 

MENS PAIRS (4-WOOD): 
Winners - Andy Spiller, 
Steven Apsey, R/U - Brian 
Clark and John Hill 
MIXED PAIRS (4 WOOD): 
Winners - Margaret Cromp¬ 
ton and Andy Spiller, R/U - 
Ann Clayton and Les Clark 
MIXED PAIRS (3-WOOD): 
Winners - Marion Harris and 
Andy Spiller, R/U - Margaret 
Crompton and David Harris 
OPEN SINGLES (4- 
WOOD): Winner - Andy 
Spiller, R/U - Ann Clayton 
NON-WINNERS TROPHY: 
Winner - Mary Preston, R/U 
- Liz Earl 

CLUB 'UMBRELLA' COMP: 
Winner - David Harris, R/U - 
Margaret Brown 
CLUBTRIPLES COMP: Win¬ 
ner - David Harris, R/U - Les 
Clark 


cribbage round-up 


LYME REGIS LEAGUE 

RESULTS Monday, Octo¬ 
ber 1st: New Inn Kilm B 2 
Nags Head LR 3, Royal Oak 
2 New Inn Kilm A 3, Rocky II 
2 Beer Club 3, Gerrard Arms 
1 Ship Inn LR 4. 

Beer League: New Inn 
Kilm B 2 Nags Head LR 1, 
Royal Oak 1 New Inn Kilm A 
2, Rocky II 2 Beer Club 1, 
Gerrard Arms 1 Ship Inn LR 
2 . 

Table Pld Pts 

Ship Inn LR.5 18 

Nags Head LR.5 15 

Beer Club.4 14 

Royal Oak.5 12 

New Inn Kilm B.4 9 

Stepps.4 9 

New Inn Kilm A.3 8 

Axminster Con Club.3 6 

Gerrard Arms.3 6 

Lamb Swans.3 4 

Rocky 11.3 4 


FIXTURES 

Thursday, October 11th 
(Knockout Cup): Ship Inn LR 
v New Inn Kilm B, Rocky II v 
Lamb Swans, Stepps v Nags 
Head LR, New Inn Kilm A v 
Beer Club. 

League - Monday, October 
15th: Stepps v New Inn 
Kilm A, Ship Inn LR v Beer 
Club, Gerrard Arms v Rocky 
II, Axminster Con Club v 
Royal Oak. 

Beer League Pld Pts 

Ship Inn LR.5 10 

Royal Oak.5 9 

Nags Head LR.5 8 

NewInnKilmingtonA.3 6 

Rocky II.3 5 

Axminster Con Club.3 5 

Beer Club.4 5 

Stepps.4 5 

Lamb Swans.3 4 

NewInnKilmingtonB.4 4 

Gerrard Arms.3 2 


HONITON LEAGUE 


FIXTURES October 11th: Black¬ 
smith Arms vVine Inn A, Feniton 
Soc A vThirsty Farmer, Kings Arms 
v Feniton Soc B, Vine Inn B v New 
Fountain, Winslade Club v Honiton 

Inn B, Workingmens A 

v Working- 

mens B. 

Pld 

Pts 

Vine Inn A. 

...4 

25 

Workingmens A. 

...5 

25 

Thirsty Farmer. 

...5 

24 

Winslade Club. 

...5 

22 

New Fountain. 

...5 

21 

Kings Arms. 

...5 

21 



Workingmens B. 

...5 

19 

Feniton Soc A. 

...4 

18 

Blacksmith Arms. 

...5 

16 

Honiton Inn A. 

...5 

15 

Honiton Inn B. 

...4 

12 

Vine Inn B. 

...4 

12 

Feniton Soc B. 

...4 

10 

RESULTS: Feniton Soc B 1 

Black- 

smith Arms 7, Honiton Inn A 3 Vine 
Inn B 5, New Fountain 3 Feniton 


Soc A 5, Thirsty Farmer 6 Working¬ 
mens A 2, Vine Inn A 5 Winslade 
Club 3, Workingmens B 4 Kings 
Arms 4. 

CAPTAINS CUP P W LPts 

Lionel Hawkins.5 5 0 5 

Dave Field.5 4 1 4 

Lorraine White.5 4 1 4 

Terresa Baldwin.5 4 1 4 

Rita Freemantle..4 3 1 3 

Amelia Bath..4 2 2 2 

Maureen Pendrick ..4 2 2 2 

Brenda Flood.5 2 3 2 

Audrey Hawkins..4 1 3 1 

Hedley Hawkins..4 1 3 1 

Julie Davies.5 1 4 1 

Steve Pettitt.5 1 4 1 

Mike Dent.5 0 5 0 

RESULTS: Audrey Hawkins 0 Ter¬ 
resa Baldwin 1, Brenda Flood 0 Lor¬ 
raine White 1, Julie Davies 0 Dave 
Field 1, Lionel Hawkins 1 Amelia 
Bath 0, Maureen Pendrick 1 Steve 
Pettitt 0, Mike Dent 0 Hedley 
Hawkins 1. 


skittles results 


AXMINSTER 

RESULTS Men's League October 
3rd: Division 1 - Ax Inn Jokers 350 
(M Churchill 65) v Harbour Feds 328 
(P Squire 60); Red Devils 412 (D 
Huntley 81) v Lamb Spartans 445 (S 
Hall, C Miller 83);Thorncombe B 333 
(P Saunders 63) v Underlays 341 (T 
Pratt 72); Lamb A 325 (D Jones 60) v 
Kings Arms Stk 305 (P Drew, J Cook 
55); Old Inn Kilm A 347 (A Cross 62) 
v Ax Con Rebels 351 (M Summers 

68) ; B&G's 367 (M Enticott 72) v 
Thorncombe Drifters 344 (L Read 
62) 

Division 2 - New Inn Kilm C 325 (R 
Webb67) v Gerrard D 345 (RTrevick 

69) ;WHWilmA 365 (R Perkins, P Jef¬ 
fery 68) v Thorncombe A 361 (Nick 
Hawker 69); Axe Vale Stars 328 (B 
Ostler 58) v Red Lion D 345 (D 


Thompson 70); Red Lion C 378 (A 
Bright 68) v Carpetbaggers 400 (J 
Lack 73); Ax Con A 298 (A Bolton 55) 
v Ax Inn A 304 (ATaylor 59) 

Division 3 - Gerrard B 298 (J Salter 
57) v ColcombeB 316 (P Short 62); 
New Inn Z 356(TWelch70) v Lamb 
D 338 (R Pike 66); Tuckers Maggots 
348 (R Patch 67) v Old Inn Hawk B 
347 (R Hooper 67); Ship Spreaders 
336 (P Brooker 62) v George Chdstk 
375 (D Chaplin 71) 

Division 4 - Harbour Rotary 349 (D 
Guy 66) v Ax Inn B 327 (DTolley 62); 
Kingfisher A 346 (G Bean 66) v New 
Inn Hawks 310 (D George, I Hamp- 
son 59);Tuckers A 323 (R lambert 59) 
v Kingfisher Nomads 320 (N Cheese- 
man 63); Gerrard C 279 (B Fogerty 

57) v New Inn Kilm A 309 (D Hodder 

58) 


Tuesday October 9th 2012 ^ 


running round-up 

Minster Challenge is success 


HONITON RUNNING CLUB 

with Judy Davey 

HONITON Running Club managed a 
great turnout for the inaugural run¬ 
ning of the Minster Challenge organ¬ 
ised and based at Axe Valley 
Community College last Sunday. 

This was a seven-and-a-half mile 
multi-terrain run with plenty of hills 
and made especially tough by the 
amount of rain we have had recently. 

Once out of Axminster, the race fol¬ 
lowed country lanes, footpaths, fields 
and woods before a long down hill 
stretch of road close to the finish. 

Bruce Strawbridge and Steve Davey 
often have a battle for finish position 
and this time it was Bruce's turn to 
step over the line first. 

The pair had run almost the entire 
race neck and neck and Bruce was 
given a time of one second faster to 
finish in 57 minutes 40 seconds com¬ 
ing 14th with Steve 15th in 57:41. 

This was Suzanne Spiller's first race 
for Honiton and she stormed home to 
finish first lady for Honiton and sec¬ 
ond lady overall in 23rd position in 
1:01:07 one place ahead of Howard 
Bidmead who finished in 1:01:30. 

Suzanne's husband Simon was also 
racing for Honiton for the first time 
and he did very well to finish in 35th 
place in 1:05:08 although he found 
the hills quite tough. 

John Burgess had overtaken both 
Simon and Judy Davey early on in the 
race and he kept a safe distance in 
front of Judy for the rest of the race 
finishing 37th in 1:05:37. 

Judy was next back in 40th place in 
1:06:11 having been chased by Mark 
Andow for much of the race. Mark 
couldn't quite catch her and finished 
three places later in 1:06:59. 

Nick Bradley-Carter hasn't run that 
distance for a while and he's not too 
keen on mud so he was pleased to fin¬ 
ish 56th in 1:10:04. 

Lin Pike has spent the last couple of 
weeks encouraging her club mates to 
take part in the race and she did well 
to come 79th in 1:19:37. 

Kathy Layzell and Carol Turnham 
thoroughly enjoyed the race finishing 
together in 1:27:16 and 88th place. 

Val Hales completed the Honiton 
line up in 95th place in 1:38:52. The 
overall race winner was James Denne 
of Exeter Harriers in 47:06 and the first 
lady was Emma Hitchens of Haldon 
Trail Runners in 53:16. There were 97 
finishers in the main race. 

Thanks to the organisers, marshals 
and everyone else involved for a very 
successful race which hopefully will 
become a regular fixture on the racing 
calendar. 

Meanwhile, Graham Reeves trav¬ 
elled further afield to Burnham-on- 
Sea in North Somerset to run the half 
marathon. 

After last week's PB in Bristol, Gra¬ 
ham was looking for another quick 


time and with a nice flat route and 
some fine weather he wasn't disap¬ 
pointed. 

He came in 10th place in a time of 
87 minutes 27 seconds knocking an¬ 
other 2 minutes off of last weeks PB. 

AXE VALLEY RUNNERS 

with Dave Mutter 

IT WAS cracking weather for a crack¬ 
ing new race last Sunday.The 7.4 mile 
Minster Challenge and three mile fun 
run had its inaugural outing and was 
very well supported indeed, with 97 
completing the Challenge on a 
muddy route that seemed 90 per cent 
uphill and a further 60 in the fun run. 

The race raised funds for the Axe 
Valley Community College's Sports 
and Music departments. 

Students from the college's talented 
steel band provided the pre-race en¬ 
tertainment and the Axminster 
Karizma Majorettes lead runners to 
the start line. 

Jacob Clode of Axe Community Col¬ 
lege won the fun run, but Ethan Day 
had a brilliant run to finish second 
overall and first Boy (11-13 Years) in 
23:34. 

Josh Killby was 16th in 27:08; May 
Wood 18th 27:14; Rosie Hawkings 
19th 27:49; Adam Burrough 20th, 
29:08 and Edward Polley 21st, 29:13. 

Ben Franklin was pleased to be 22nd 
in 29:20, while Caleb Sinclair pro¬ 
duced a great effort to be 24th in 
30:04. 

Matt Thurgood was 29th, 32:05; 
Beth Stead 38th, 35:12; Irene Croad 
43rd, 36:42 and Leah Craker, in her 
first run for the club, 46th in 41.55. 
Margaret Craker was 48th, 43:01; Liz 
Thomas 49th, 32:52 and Harry Moore, 
back from a torn calf muscle 58th in 
55:59. 

James Denne of Exeter Harriers 
blasted around the challenge, win¬ 
ning in 47:06. AVR's Tim Lenton was 
2nd, 49:34 and Alex Todd, back from 
injury, 3rd, 50:57. 

Seventeen-year-old Josh Coates had 
a stormer, finishing 4th, 52:09 just 
ahead of Matthew Clist, 5th in 52:34. 

Triathlon specialist Luke Reed had a 
good run; he was 5th in 53:10. An¬ 
drew Watson, another 17 year old 
powered around to finish 9th in 54:12. 

A crop of age category winners fol¬ 
lowed with Martin Lascelles first over 
50, 10th overall in 54:59; Phil Bayliss 
11 th, first over 60,55:20 and Ian Apps 
12th, first over 40, 56:09. 

Myrtle Croad's improvement contin¬ 
ues unabated, he was 13th, 56:58.Tim 
Sibley was next AVR, 20th in 1:00:07; 
Tony Wood 21st, 1:0022; Robin Britton 
25th, 1:01:34 and Eleanor Wood 1st 
over 50 lady, 26th overall in 1:01:52. 

Dave Thomas managed to keep 
ahead of rival Mark Hilder on the last 
hill finishing 31 st, 1:03:34 with Mark 9 
seconds adrift. 

Chris Polley was 33rd, 1:04:38; Mark 


Tremlett 34th, 1:04:43; Matt Morbey 
38th, 1:05:38; Roger Bramley 45th, 
1:07:09; James Sibley 46th, 1:07:14; 
Wayne Tooze 55th, 1:10:02 and 
Richard Hale 60th, 1:11:17. 

Adele Foxwell coaxed her brother 
around and finished 61 st in 1:11:29, 
then played football in the afternoon. 

Gavin Warren was 63rd, 1:12:15; 
Steven Lewis 68th, 1:13:55 and a full 
of Turkish Delight Dave Mutter 72nd, 
1:16:30. 

Janette Mack surpassed herself by 
finishing 82nd, 1:20:29 with Sam 
Tooze 83rd, 1:21:02 and Claire Moles 
84th, 1:21:15. 

Many Thanks to the college's Sara 
Feldman and Diane Roberts for or¬ 
ganising the event, Garry Perratt for 
the beautiful route, the super mar¬ 
shal's around the course and all who 
helped make it a great day. 

Wilf Walsh ran the Royal Parks Half 
Marathon yesterday in sunny London 
in 1:46:33 and Lesley Adams com¬ 
pleted the Cannon Hill, Birmingham 
parkrun 214th in 28:00. 

Steve'Retro' Reynolds, Geoff Wood¬ 
ward and marathon virgin Ian 
Clements took part in the Clarendon 
Way Marathon on Sunday. 

Ian was a bit nervous and hooned 
off at the start leaving Geoff behind. 
Retro had decided that he was in bad 
form so had a breakfast at McDonalds 
before the start and therefore started 
a bit more sedately. Geoff passed Ian 
at nine miles who by then was won¬ 
dering if he would make it to the fin¬ 
ish. 

Geoff pressed on to finish in 4hrs 15 
secs. Ian kept going and crossed the 
line in 4hrs 27mins followed by Retro 
who, having consumed a Mars bar at 
20 miles, then finished the last six 
miles like a Kenyan coming home in 
4hrs 28mins. 

He then announced that he was 
going on the sweet and cake wagon 
with immediate effect! 

On Saturday, Liam Roberts raced for 
a Birmingham University AC A-team 
for the first time at the Manchester 
Relays.This is a 6 x 3km cross-country 
relay event held on a flat and twisty 
single lap course, hosted by the Uni¬ 
versity of Manchester Athletics and 
Cross-Country Club. 

The official competition is between 
university clubs but local clubs also 
take part. BUAC also fielded two B- 
teams of similar strength and Liam 
also ran a leg for one of these teams. 

With conditions wet underfoot and 
the numerous, already muddy corners 
getting worse, he posted the fastest 
third leg in 9:31, which was the 19th 
fastest time overall out of 252, and 
then ran 9:48 for his B-team leg 10 
minutes later. 

Overall, the BUAC A-team won the 
event and the B-team that Liam ran in 
came second as the other B-team 
took the final podium place. 


RESULTS Ladies' Knockout Cup: 

Tuckers B 335 (K Laing 62) v Seaton 
FC Madhatters 306 (J Quontley 60); 
Thorncombe Newtops 297 (C Bull 

62) v George Chdstk 309 (A Ellis 61); 
Seaton FC A 299 (M Anninc 54) v 
Seaton BC 300 (S Parkhouse 54); PJ's 
Social 331 (L Furber 60) v New Inn 
B 314 (P Bennett 57); Ax Carpets B 
298 (H Phillips 63) v Red Lion Rabble 
289 (D Hall 55); Gerrard Guzzlers 294 
(K Randall 61) v Lambettes 271 (I 
Wilson 50); Kings Army Seaton 281 
(C Vickery 53) v Ax Carpets A 287 (B 
Crispin 55); Lamb A 315 (C Collier 59) 
v Old Innmates 309 (C Hunt 63); 
B&J's Chdstk given game by Harbour 
Antics; Colcombe A 355 (A Ogden 
65) v Gerrard A 319 (P Strawbridge 

63) ; New Inn A 326 (H Hopewell 66) 
v Ax Inn A 317 (M Powell 62); Red 
Lion A 379 (M Miller 79) v Thorn¬ 
combe A 350 (T Gibson 69); Ax Inn 
Allsorts 267 (L Pursey 56) v Tuckers 
A 292 (L Gould 58); Harbour A 335 


(P Goodhew 62) v Old Inn Kilm A 
308 (D Perry 62) 

COLYTON 

Division 1 - Axe Vale SC B 380 (M En¬ 
ticott 74) Offwell A 310 (R Pincombe 
64); Lamb A 349 (P Pomeroy 63) 
Axminster Con A 332 (T Wellman 63); 
New Inn A 365 (M Adams 68) Lamb 
B 329 (M Pidgeon 62); Gerrard A 335 
(T Welch 61) Red Lion A 296 (W Jenk¬ 
ins 54); Three Tuns A 361 (J Bishop 
77) Honiton WMC A 396 (S Pye 79); 
Red Lion Cavaliers 427 (DThompson 
85) Gerrard B 367 (J Potter 67); Vine 
B 348 (D Blackmore 62) Honiton Con 
D357 (WTratt, MWakley 62) 

Division 2 - Beer Vikings 343 (J New¬ 
ton 68) Axminster Carpets B 323 (A 
Freeman 68); Harbour A 364 (D 
Minchin 68) Beer SC B 386 (D Hutch¬ 
ings 72); Colcombe A 383 (R Parsons 
76) Sidbury SC A 395 (T Pares 76); 
Eagle Tavern 360 (B Hutchings 78) 


Mountbatten Whites 363 (P Bonetta 
72); Sidbury Stones 338 (G Sweet- 
land 59) Vine A 349 (Sheila Daven¬ 
port 64); Harbour C 400 (VTrivett 80) 
Tuckers Arms A 345 (D Dower 68); 
Tuckers Arms B 360 (R Seward 85) 
Winstons A 371 (P Scotchford 76); 

Division 3 - Awliscombe Harts 360 (K 
Goss 64) Axe Vale SCC 376 (P Hage- 
man 71); Seaton AFC A 404 (M Han¬ 
cock 76) New Inn B 331 (D Hodder 
65); Axminster Carpets A 306 (KTozer 
61) Beer Albion 326 (R Denslow 65); 
Volunteer A 319 (S Thornton 57) Red 
Lion Sidbury 303 (J Beaton 58); Ris¬ 
ing Sun A 327 (A Baldwin, J Stokes 
60) Volunteer B 341 (M Spink 63); 
Ship A 394 (R Cook 73) Harbour Beer- 
boys 375 (P White 82); White Hart B 
334 (S Robinson 63) Tuckers Arms C 
346 (R Dare 63); 

Division 4 - Red Cow A 279 (P Dale, 
M Parkinson 51) Kingfisher B 307 (A 


Hurford 59); Axminster Inn A 309 (T 
Male 54) Honiton Con B 317 (B Sol- 
man 61); Heathfield A 361 (M Phillips 
68) Colcombe B 339 (M Bleaken 65); 
Honiton WMC B 309 (G Richards 56) 
Seaton Bowling Club 330 (P Green¬ 
wood 63); Beer SC A 336 (M Westlake 
65) Rising Sun B 318 (T Barrett, M 
Clode 58); Kingfisher A 334 (A Par¬ 
sons 62) Kings Arms A 317 (B Cooper 
57) 

Please note - Axminster Inn B have 
withdrawn from the league 

Division 5 - PJ's A 323 (P Snell 62) 
Seaton AFC B 321 (Caroline Bastone 
57); Beer SC C 310 (N Gribble 62) 
Heathfield B 295 (Jenny Broom 58); 
Kings Arms B 319 (M McGarrigle 64) 
PJ's B 299 (P Nield 59); Honiton Con 
BTP 369 (I Wilson 67) Beer SC D 329 
(J Harrison 60); Offwell Rejects 374 (R 
Hembrow 74) Three Tuns Hammers 
387 (S Selway 76); Old Inn 320 (D 
Purrington, N Nex59) 


darts round-up 

AXMINSTER SUMMER LEAGUE 


Division One 

P 

W 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 

Red Arrows. 

.17 

15 

1 

133 

37 

133 

Nags Head A. 

.18 

15 

2 

125 

55 

125 

DCs. 

.16 

8 

5 

92 

68 

92 

Red Lion A. 

.16 

7 

5 

83 

77 

83 

Axminster Inn. 

.17 

6 

10 

82 

89 

82 

Vault A. 

.16 

6 

8 

73 

87 

73 

Vault B. 

.18 

5 

11 

72 

109 

72 

Thorncombe B. 

.15 

4 

8 

64 

86 

64 

Thorncombe A. 

.17 

4 

11 

57 

113 

57 

PJs Seaton. 

.16 

3 

12 

50 

110 

50 

Division Two 

P 

W 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 

Vault C. 

.13 

13 

0 

110 

20 

110 

Nags Head B. 

.15 

10 

4 

94 

56 

94 

Four Play. 

.12 

5 

5 

62 

58 

62 

Red Necks. 

.12 

5 

7 

54 

66 

54 

Lamb Shanks. 

.8 

2 

5 

33 

47 

33 

Red Bulls. 

.8 

1 

7 

19 

61 

19 

Axe Murderers. 

.8 

0 

8 

8 

72 

8 


COLYTON & DISTRICT LEAGUE 

RESULTS (1001 first, singles in brackets): Week 1 - 

Dolphin A 2 (2) Vault 3 (4); Golden Hind 4 (3) Kingfisher 1 (3); 
Seaton FC 5 (5) Dolphin B 0 (1); White Hart v Beer Club B - 
no result received. 

Week 2 - Kingfisher 2 (0) Seaton FC 3 (6); Vault 3 (3) Golden 
Hind 2 (3); Beer Club A 0 (1) Dolphin A 5 (5); Dolphin B v 
White Hart - no result received. 

Highest Makeouts: 138 Gerard Wood (Golden Hind); 110 
Rory Tucker (Vault). 

180s: Vinnie Sweeney (Vault). 



1001 /Pairs 


Singles 





P 

W 

L 

Pts 

P 

W 

D 

L 

Pts 

Seaton FC. 

....2 

2 

0 

8 

2 

2 

0 

0 

11 

Dolphin A. 

....2 

1 

1 

7 

2 

1 

0 

1 

7 

Vault. 

....2 

2 

0 

6 

2 

1 

1 

0 

7 

Golden Hind.., 

....2 

1 

1 

6 

2 

0 

2 

0 

6 

Kingfisher. 

....2 

0 

2 

3 

2 

0 

1 

1 

3 

Beer Club A. 

....1 

0 

1 

0 

1 

0 

0 

1 

1 

Dolphin B. 

....1 

0 

1 

0 

1 

0 

0 

1 

1 

Beer Club B. 

....0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

White Hart. 

....0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 


• Full details of the league, including fixtures, results, tables, 
cup draws, rules and past winners can be found at the new 
website www.colytondartsleague.co.nr 


WHIMPLE LEAGUE 

P w 

L 

Pts 

Lamb & Flag'A'. 

.4 

4 

0 

35 

Kings Aces. 

.4 

3 

1 

30 

Volunteer Voluntears.... 

.4 

2 

2 

24 

New Fountain Flyers. 

.4 

2 

2 

21 

Volunteer Pirates. 

.3 

2 

1 

20 

Talaton Tally Ho's. 

.3 

2 

1 

19 

Kings Young Guns. 

.4 

0 

4 

9 

Lamb Lambrusco's. 

.4 

0 

4 

7 


RESULTS October 2nd: Talaton Tally Ho's 7 Kings Young 
Guns 2; Kings Aces 7 Lamb Lambrusco's 2; Lamb & Flag'A'5 
Volunteer Pirates 4; Volunteer Voluntears 4 New Fountain 
Flyers 5. 180 Club: P Farmer - Talaton Tally Ho's. Highest 
Start: L Whitcombe -160. Highest Check Out: M Buckland - 
New Fountain Flyers 111 

FIXTURES Oct 16th: Lamb Lambrusco's v New Fountain 
Flyers; Talaton Tally Ho's v Lamb & Flag 'A'; Volunteer Volun¬ 
tears v Kings Aces; Kings Young Guns v Volunteer Pirates. 

hockey Honiton 
Big win for Hornets 

HONITON HORNETS 8 EXE FOUR 0 

HONITON are finding good form to date this season. At full 
time on Saturday the score was 8-0 to Honiton against 
Exe 4. 

The game was slow to start, with Honiton playing into the 
sun and both teams taking several minutes to find their feet. 
Amy Phillips played a key role, feeding the ball from her 
roaming sweeper position out to the wingers. 

There was good passing and communication on the pitch 
resulting in several chances being blocked by Exe's keeper. 

Finally after a strong cross into the D and a scuffle, Dawn 
Mayo made Honiton's efforts count and they went 1 -0 up. 

Play went back and forth to both ends of the pitch in a fast 
game but Honiton's defence were always quick to clear the 
ball and played excellently together. Two more Honiton 
goals followed and it was 4-0 at the break. 

Exe came back strongly at the start of the second half and 
had some chances; however Katrina Tucker broke away after 
the defence cleared to her. 

She found herself contending with both an Exe defender 
and their keeper, but having dribbled half the field kept her 
composure and with confidence, slotted the ball with force 
into the back of the goal with a thud. 

Laura Frank claimed a piece of the action as she deflected 
a cross in, before Sophie George found her form and added 
two more. 

It was an exciting game with Honiton really coming to¬ 
gether as a team. Emily Gawler was played of the match, well 
deserved for her efforts in defence. 

Honiton are away toOkehampton this week, for their third 
league test of the season. 







































































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AXMINSTER Town are hoping to sign former 
Conference defender Ben Ashford as they con¬ 
centrate on their South West Peninsular pro¬ 
gramme following a shock exit from the 
Devon Premier Cup on Saturday. 

Lying fourth in Division One with 14 points 
from seven games, four points behind leaders 
Newton Spurs, the in-form Tigers were ex¬ 
pected to beat Bideford Reserves in the county 
cup on Saturday. 

But although they dominated the play for 
most of the game, Axe went out of the compe¬ 
tition to a 16th minute goal in a display pep¬ 
pered by missed chances. 

Among those watching the game at Sector 
Lane was Ben Ashford, son of Axminster man¬ 
ager Paul Ashford, who is seeking a transfer 
from struggling Crediton to join his brother 
Luke who plays in goal for Axe. 

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Conference Premier side Lorest Green Rovers, 
could soon by wearing the amber and black. 

His presence will certainly help to strengthen 
the Tigers’ defence, currently led by skipper 
Darren Stewart, the former Bridport and Chard 
Town player, as Axe look to maintain their po¬ 
sition in the top four in Division One. 

Dozens of chances 

It’s up front, however, where Axminster have 
been lacking in the last two games with dozens 
of chances going begging at Okehampton and 
in the county cup game on Saturday. 

Jonny Hurford is emerging as the Tigers’ 
player of the season so far and Lewis Couch 
was a constant danger on Saturday. 

But they don’t seem to be getting much luck 
up front where Richie Emmett has already 
demonstrated this season that given the right 
service he will always be a threat. 


On Saturday the Tigers, who look like they 
will be playing the rest of the season at Sector 
Lane as their new ground at Chard Road takes 
shape, will entertain Exeter Civil Service, just 
one place below them in the league (kick-off 
3pm). 

The other big game in the Axe Valley on Sat¬ 
urday will be the local derby in the Devon Sen¬ 
ior Cup between Colyton and Honiton Town 
(kick-off 2pm). Both sides are looking for the 
first win of the season with Colyton pointless 
in Exeter and District Division One and Honi¬ 
ton in a similar position in Division Two. 

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tinued with a 4-2 win over Pinhoe in the Devon 
Intermediate Cup. 

On Saturday, however, they will face their 
sternest test in the Perry Street League when 
they travel to Premier champions Lyme Regis. 

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cult status in Lyme as well as Axminster, having 
played for the Seasiders in the past, will be anx¬ 
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