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HONITON is a thriving 
market town but a lack of 
tourist accommodation 
prevents it from being pro¬ 
moted as “a destination.” 

Those are the findings of 
a forum formed to exam¬ 
ine the vitality of East 
Devon High Streets and 
town centres. 

Vitality of High Streets 
and Town Centres Task 
and Finish Forum was set 
up by East Devon District 
Council's (EDDC) 

Overview and Scrutiny 
Committe - and its final 
report has just been pub¬ 
lished. 

Each town in the district 
was scrutinised by the 
forum in a number of 
ways. 

A largely glowing sum¬ 
mary of Honiton says: 
“Visits by the forum and a 
number of recent press ar¬ 
ticles gave a positive im¬ 
pression of Honiton as a 
thriving market town. 

“Traders asked gave a 
positive response to how 
they felt the level of trade 
was in light of the current 


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economic climate. 

“The town clearly bene¬ 
fits from the market days 
with increased footfall 
drawing visitors into both 
the market and the town 
centre shops, but suffers 
from a significant drop in 
footfall in the afternoons.” 

The report also praised 
an initiative to create The 
Town In The Country 
identity, which had been 
very successful. 

On the down side, the re¬ 
port pointed out issues in¬ 
cluding parking, market 
stalls selling the same 
goods as some shops, and 
accommodation. 

For example, the report 
said: “The lack of accom¬ 
modation in the town is ad¬ 
versely impacting on the 
promotion of the town as a 
destination.” 

Businesses in all towns 
examined were encour¬ 
aged to seek business rate 


relief, because current 
rates are based on value as 
at April 1st 2008 - a more 
prosperous economic time. 

Their first recommenda¬ 
tion in the report summary 
is to: Raise awareness of 
the right to appeal a rate¬ 
able value to local busi¬ 
nesses. 

A sore point with many 
traders in all towns is the 
cost of using EDDC car 
parks. 

The forum acknowl¬ 
edged that car parks gener¬ 
ate “valuable income” for 
the council, and that find¬ 
ing a balance between a 
reasonable income and 
fees acceptable to the pub¬ 
lic is difficult. 

One recommendation is¬ 
sued by the forum is to re¬ 
view parking fees and 
consider initiatives like pe¬ 
riods of free or cheaper 
parking. 

The forum’s report will 


be discussed when the 
Overview and Scrutiny 
Committee meets on 
Thursday, September 27th. 
The forum consisted of 


district councillors Tim 
Wood, Graham Brown, 
Roger Giles, Pat Graham, 
Steve Hall Sheila Kerridge 
and John O'Leary 


The report is available in 
full online at www.eastde- 
von.gov.uk/osagendacom- 
bined270912.pdf. 



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From the editor's chair 
You can't please 'em all! 


Pulman’s View From, Tuesday, September 25th 2012 



OTTERYStMARY 

Store has big 
impact on town 


AXMINSTER 

Town hit by 
more flooding 

AXMINSTER residents are calling for action after 
rampant floods struck again. 

One family's home was flooded for the second time 
in only a few months, possibly delaying their return 
home. 

Peter Beviss, his partner Yvonne and chilodren 
Matthew and Sam had to move into rented accom¬ 
modation after their Willhay Lane home was hit by 
the July flooding. 

After having dried out their vacated home, they had 
arranged for a builder to start restoration work on 
Monday. But heavy rain overnight between saw the 
family's home flooded again. 

Mr Beviss said: It is not as bad as last time but I was 
gutted when I heard." 

A bedroom and a utility space were the worst af¬ 
fected areas, and Mr Beviss had to bring in two de¬ 
humidifiers on Monday morning. 

The family had hoped to move back home in a 
month's time, but it is unclear how badly this latest 
setback will affect their plan. 

Mr Beviss said: "It is too early to say. Luckily there 
are some dry bits the builder can work on." 

He has already put in an extra drain on his drive, but 
the amount of water involved makes it a struggle to 
protect his home. 

When asked what his message is to the relevant 
authorities, he said: "Do something. Why should I put 
up with this?" 

COLYTON/COLYFORD 

Funding vote not 
fair to Colyford 

A COLYFORD resident has argued that the recent 
vote on how to spend £22,500 on sporting facilities 
in the area was not fair to the village. 

East Devon District Council held the vote to decide 
how best to spend the Section 106 money, offered by 
local developers. It was open to all residents of Coly- 
ton Parish, which includes Colyford. 

However, following last week's announcmenet 
that a skatepark in Colyton had won the most votes, 
Anne West argued that Colyford residents could 
never win anything for the village, as the population 
was so much smaller than that of Colyton, despite 
most of the money coming from developments in 
Colyford. 


YOU soon learn in this newspaper game that you 
can’t please all of the people all of the time. In fact, 
it’s rare to please some of the people some of the 
time. 

Last week was a classic example. A member of 
Axminster’s hardworking carnival committee ex¬ 
pressed her disappointment with our coverage of 
the carnival procession. 

Referring to our front page story in which we 
recorded that there were just two arrests made on 
the night (a fact), she wrote: “What a pity you 
couldn’t say positive things for a change. There are 
so many people that give their time voluntarily to 
bring happiness into people’s lives. There is 
enough bad news in the world without highlighting 
it in an article on the carnival.” 

Inside the main body of the paper we carried 
three pages of carnival photos, more than any 
other local newspaper. 

And in this column I referred to the carnival pro¬ 
cession as being “a cracking night”, describing it 

SEATON 

Priority help for 
the town centre 

A FORUM examining the vitality of high streets and 
town centres in East Devon has singled out Seaton 
as ‘a priority to help improve’. 

The forum also encourages business owners to 
apply for business rate relief because of the recent 
Tesco supermarket build. 

The Vitality of High Streets and Town Centres Task 
and Finish Forum was set up by East Devon District 
Council’s (EDDC) Overview and Scrutiny Committe 
- and its final report has just been published. 

Each town in the district was scrutinised by the 
forum in a number of ways. The summary for Seaton 
was frank and to the point, saying: “Of all the town 
health checks, Seaton was a priority to help improve 
viability, needing to increase the offer of personal 
service and specialist shops to attract visitors into 
the town centre.” 

Explaining their recommendation, forum mem¬ 
bers wrote: “The arrival of Tesco, and the scale of the 
store, has brought shoppers from surrounding areas 
to the town. 

“However, it was apparent to forum members vis¬ 
iting the town that those shoppers are not heading 
into the town shopping centre itself. 

“There were many pleasing aspects to the newly 
redeveloped part of the town, including the floral 
displays in the public areas and the new public realm 
next to the tram station - but more was needed to 
be done to assist the town. 



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as one of the best processions in East Devon. 

But that didn’t go down well with some of our 
readers either. At Sector Lane on Saturday, whilst 
covering Axminster Town, a former carnivalite 
came up to me and made it quite clear that he 
thought my comments were “way over the top” 
and that the Axminster procession was nowhere 
near as good as it used to be. “How could you write 
such rubbish?” he asked. 

See what I mean? You can’t please 'em all. 

These are difficult times for local carnivals. The 
dreaded health and safety regulations and insur¬ 
ance issues put many people off creating floats, re¬ 
ducing the number of entries in most if not all local 
carnivals. 

But they still attract huge crowds and where 
there are such volumes of people there is bound to 
be an incident or two. We reported that accurately 
but not sensationally but also went on, through 
this column, to acknowledge what a great night it 
had been for Axminster. Philip Evans 

HONITON 

Lack of hotel rooms 
hinders town 

HONITON is a thriving market town but a lack of 
tourist accommodation prevents it from being pro¬ 
moted as “a destination.” 

Those are the findings of a forum formed to exam¬ 
ine the vitality of East Devon High Streets and town 
centres. 

Vitality of High Streets and Town Centres Task and 
Finish Forum was set up by East Devon District 
Council's (EDDC) Overview and Scrutiny Committe 
- and its final report has just been published. 

Each town in the district was scrutinised by the 
forum in a number of ways. 

A largely glowing summary of Honiton says: “Visits 
by the forum and a number of recent press articles 
gave a positive impression of Honiton as a thriving 
market town. 

“Traders asked gave a positive response to how 
they felt the level of trade was in light of the current 
economic climate. 

“The town clearly benefits from the market days 
with increased footfall drawing visitors into both the 
market and the town centre shops, but suffers from 
a significant drop in footfall in the afternoons.” 

The report also praised an initiative to create The 
Town In The Country identity, which had been very 
successful. 

On the down side, the report pointed out issues in¬ 
cluding parking, market stalls selling the same 
goods as some shops, and accommodation. 

SIDMOUTH 

Call for more town 
centre parking 

A FORUM examining the vitality of East Devon High 
Streets and town centres is calling for more car 
parks in Sidmouth, possibly a multi-storey facility. 

Vitality of High Streets and Town Centres Task and 
Finish Forum was set up by East Devon District 
Council and its final report has just been published. 

Each town in the district was examined by the 
forum in a number of ways. 

The report praises Sidmouth's range of independ¬ 
ent shops plus its restaurants and pubs. 

But the report also said: "A shortage of parking is 
a key issue for the town. 

"A summer bus hopper service from the Manor 
Road car park had proved successful, but better sig¬ 
nage was required to get people to that car park ini¬ 
tially. The forum felt a park and ride facility would 
help ease parking difficulties, but could not offer a 
solution to a suitable location." 

The report also says: "Plans should be pursued for 
the provision of extra parking close to the town cen¬ 
tres of Exmouth and Sidmouth, possibly involving 
the building of multi-storey car parks in those 
towns." 


OTTERY ST MARY shopkeepers should be encour¬ 
aged to seek business rate relief because of Sains- 
bury’s impact, according to a forum examining the 
vitality of High Streets and town centres. 

Vitality of High Streets and Town Centres Task and 
Finish Forum was set up by East Devon District 
Council and its final report has just been published. 

The Ottery chapter of the report says: “Ottery town 
centre has been significantly affected by the arrival 
of Sainsbury’s in the town. 

“Mixed responses to this were received when 
forum members visited the town - some in favour, 
with increased footfall to financial and other serv¬ 
ices; some attributing falling trade to the fact that 
the supermarket offered similar products. 

“The town council has worked closely with the 
local chamber of commerce to improve signage and 
links between the supermarket site and the town 
centre to encourage visitors to patronise both.” 



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■ SCHOOL STARTERS: Eleven new children joined the reception class at Awliscombe C of E Primary 
School in September. The teeny group is settling well in to the school alongside teachers Mrs Clarke and 
Mrs Shuman 

More reception class photos on page 7 


Female motorcyclist dies at scene 
following collision with Ford Fiesta 


A MOTORCYCLIST died after a collision with a car 
on the A30 at Upottery on Friday, September 21 st. 

A police spokesperson said:"The collision involved 
a Ford Fiesta and a Triumph motorcycle. 

"The rider of the motorcycle, a 53-year-old woman 


from Hampshire, was pronounced deceased at the 
scene. 

"The collision occurred at 1,40pm near to the A303 
junction. 

"The road was closed for six hours." 


Fire incidents keep crews 
busy in Honiton district 


THREE fire engines from Honiton 
and Ottery St Mary were mobilised 
to reports of a kitchen fire at a bun¬ 
galow in Buckerell, near Honiton on 
Friday, September 21st just before 
11am. 

On arrival crews confirmed that 
the bungalow was heavily smoke- 
logged. Crews got to work using 
breathing apparatus and a hose reel 
jet. 

There was a small fire in the 
ground floor kitchen that crews ex¬ 
tinguished. 

A Devon and Somerset Fire and 


Rescue Service spokesperson said 
that the cause of this fire was acci¬ 
dental. 

On Friday, September 21st fire¬ 
fighters were called to reports of a 
vehicle fire, at Fenny Bridges near 
Honiton. 

One appliance from Ottery St 
Mary was mobilised to the incident 
at 7.25pm. 

Upon arrival crews confirmed one 
vehicle to be well alight within a 
field. Crews got to work using hose 
reel jets to extinguish the fire. 

One fire appliance from Ottery St 


Mary and one fire appliance from 
Honiton was mobilised to the A30 
westbound between Patteson Cross 
and the Daisymount junction on 
Thursday, September 20th at 
4.44pm. 

Crews confirmed one car was off 
the main trunk road with a small fire 
involving the dashboard. 

The vehicle was slightly damaged 
by fire and was extinguished by fire 
crews using one hose reel jet and 
two breathing apparatus wearers. 

The cause of the fire is believed to 
be accidental. 


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NEWS FROM AXMINSTER 


News briefs 

MEMBERS of Axminster Chamber of Commerce 
ended up in detention when visiting Axe Valley 
Community College. 

The chamber uses a college classroom for meet¬ 
ings, but things went badly wrong on Tuesday, Sep¬ 
tember 11th. The meeting finished just after 7pm 
and the chamber had been issued with a key so 
members could unlock the doors and exit. 

But it emerged that the key didn’t fit the reception 
door lock, so the members couldn’t get out. Mem¬ 
bers then tried the doors at the back of the college, 
without success. The problem was that nobody had 
a number for the relevant college caretaker, so a 
third party was called and tasked to find the num¬ 
ber. 

A total of 11 members attended the meeting, in¬ 
cluding a Pulman's View representative. The cham¬ 
ber members were eventually released at about 
7.35pm when another caretaker arrived with the 
correct key. 

EAST Devon District Council (EDDC) will seek an in¬ 
junction against WainHomes over an alleged failure 
to comply with a planning agreement. 

As previously reported, EDDC claims that the de¬ 
veloper has failed to provide money for a play area 
at a development off Chard Road in Axminster. Two 
developments are completed and the third, Mill- 
brook Meadows, is under construction. 

There was an agreement saying each develop¬ 
ment should come with a play area. None of the first 
two developments had a play area but it was then 
agreed that the third development should have a 
larger one serving all three. EDDC claims that 
money for the play area has not materialised. In a 
new statement an EDDC spokesperson said: “Pa¬ 
pers are being prepared to seek an injunction to re¬ 
quire compliance with the agreement.” 

WainHomes senior planner Simon Cater said: “The 
company is actively working with EDDC to fulfil our 
compliance with Section 106 obligations, we’re not 
aware of any concerns at present.” 


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Tuesday September 25th 2012 


£9k grant will slash 
college music fees 

A £9,000 plus grant will slash music tuition fees at Axe 
Valley Community College in Axminster. 

Headteacher Martin Smith was delighted to announce 
that the college has been awarded a grant of more than 
£9,000 from the Youth Music programme. 

Youth Music is a charity whose vision is for all young 
people to have the opportunity to discover their creativity 
and fulfil their potential through musical experiences. 
The grant will enable the college to provide further mu¬ 
sical opportunities within its Music Hive, which was re¬ 
cently set up at to provide free access to a broad range of 
music development activities. 

Currently, the Music Hive offers workshops at 
lunchtimes for all students wishing to experiment with 
playing a musical instrument with free tuition. Mr Smith 
said: “We would like every young person to have the op¬ 
portunity to enjoy playing an instrument and be part of a 
music ensemble or band. 

“We recognise that music has the power to build confi¬ 
dence, broaden horizons and raise aspirations. We are 
therefore delighted that this grant enables us to offer a 
wider range of music opportunities to our students.” 

The grant from Youth Music will enable the college to 
subsidise the cost of music tuition for all its students. 
Music tuition, currently £127 per term, will now be of¬ 
fered at a subsidised rate of £100 per term or free to those 
on free school meals. The college also plans to use the 
grant to run additional music activities after school two 
days a week including an orchestra, rock choir, rock 
school and jazz band. 

College spokesperson Wendy Cryer said: “Where pos¬ 
sible, each ensemble/band will take part in a showcase 
performance. Furthermore, the college aims to broaden 
young people’s experience of professional music by ar¬ 
ranging free trips for its Music Hive members. These trips 
will be to significant music events and performances both 
within the region and nationally.” 

In addition, Mr Smith said that he had discussed the 
Youth Music grant with the local primary school head¬ 
teachers and would be opening up music opportunities to 
those children where possible. 



■ DROP OFF: Aynsley Jones (Axminster Awareness Centre), Lloyd Studley and Terri Thornhill (both Co-op) try 
out the drop off box 


Town’s new foodbank, Canned 
Sunshine, is up and running 


AXMINSTER foodbank Canned 
Sunshine is up and running. 

Drop off boxes were installed at 
Co-op’s West Street branch on 
Thursday, September 20th - and 
food can also be donated at Axmin¬ 
ster Awareness Centre. 

The foodbank has been set up by 
the awareness centre, which got the 
green light to go ahead when 
awarded a grant of almost £8,000 
from The Big Lottery Fund in Au¬ 
gust. 


Canned Sunshine is a foodbank for 
low income families and the elderly. 
Based on figures supplied by Devon 
County Council, The Awareness 
Centre, which is a charity, estimated 
in May that up to 40 families in 
Axminster and the surrounding area 
were in “extreme need” of help to 
put food on the table. 

Another 150 families were said to 
be in “need” of help and up to an¬ 
other 400 families were at “risk” of 
needing help in the near future. 


Those in need will not have to visit 
The Awareness Centre as foodbank 
application forms are also available 
from the doctors’ surgery, Axminster 
Library, Co-op (West Street branch) 
and online at www.awarenesscen- 
tre.org.uk. 

More information about receiving 
help, sponsoring the project or vol¬ 
unteering for the food bank is avail¬ 
able from Aynsley or Jools on 01297 
32331. 



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NEWS FROM HONITON & DISTRICT 


www.honiton-today.co.uk 


Tuesday September 25th 2012 


News brie fs 

NEIL Parish, MP for Tiverton and Honi- 
ton is backing the fight against breast 
cancer by taking part in Breast Cancer 
Campaign’s award winning fundraiser, 
wear it pink day - and wants con¬ 
stituents to join him. 

Now in its 10th year, wear it pink, on 
Friday,October 26th will see support¬ 
ers from all over the country in 
schools, colleges and businesses em¬ 
bracing the event’s new theme, super¬ 
heroes. 

Breast Cancer Campaign is asking 
everyone to pull on something pink 
and donate £2, whether it’s a super¬ 
hero cape, pink socks or pink pants 
you wear over your tights, you can 
help the charity achieve its target of 
raising £2 million, so they can continue 
to fund ground-breaking research. 

Neil Parish MP says “Every year in 
the UK, around 48,000 women and 
340 men are diagnosed with breast 
cancer. This is why we all need to sup¬ 
port wear it pink day, so that Breast 
Cancer Campaign can continue to fund 
research which will one day lead to a 
cure.” 

To take part visit wearitpink.co.uk 
and register to receive your free 
fundraising pack now. 


FIREFIGHTERS were called to Heath- 
park Industrial Estate in Honiton when 
a car caught fire just before 9.45am on 
Tuesday, September 18th. 

A spokesperson for the fire and res¬ 
cue service said: “Crews found a small 
fire confined to the engine compart¬ 
ment. The cause of the fire was acci¬ 
dental.” 


A second grilling for MP? 



REGENTS Park which 
provides care and support 
services to children and 
young adults with learn¬ 
ing disabilities across 
Devon has been support¬ 
ing Devon schools. 

The charity recently sup¬ 
ported Ellen Tinkham 
School in Pinhoe, Exeter 
with a donation from 
fundraising activities car¬ 
ried out by staff. 
Following on from this 
the group now hopes it 
can help schools in Honi¬ 


ton and the surrounding 
area, celebrating diversity 
and promoting opportuni¬ 
ties for those with learn¬ 
ing disabilities. 

Former Honiton College 
student, Priscilla Robb 
who now works for Re¬ 
gents Park, said: “Re¬ 
gents Park offers support 
to local schools in Honi¬ 
ton and across East 
Devon with parent train¬ 
ing sessions and we look 
forward to continuing our 
fundraising efforts in the 


East Devon area to de¬ 
velop awareness for 
learning disabilities.” 

For more information 
visit www.re- 

gentsparkltd.co.uk. 

u FROM left, Priscilla 
Robb, Lewis and Dan - 
head pupils at Ellen Tin¬ 
kham - with 
headteacher Jaqui 
Warne and Larrainne 
Thorne, founder of re¬ 
gents Park 


By Anders Larsson 

ander s(a)p eme dia, c o ,uk 


MP Neil Parish will subject 
himself to another public 
grilling by pensioners in Honi¬ 
ton. 

The Tiverton and Honiton 
MP appeared before Honiton 
Senior Voice (aka Honiton 
Senior Council) in July and 
took questions on pension re¬ 
form. 

He had a bumpy ride at 
times, and offered to return 
“for another beating” next 
year and provide an update. 

But Honiton Senior Voice 
has since successfully re¬ 
quested a meeting about an¬ 


other topic - NHS reforms. 

Honiton Senior Voice 
spokesperson Tony Simpson 
said: “We are very concerned 
at the appointment of Jeremy 
Hunt as Health Secretary since 
he favours privatisation. 

“Seniors tell us they want 
stability with the NHS running 
its own services, not for serv¬ 
ices to be sold off. 

“We hope Mr Parish will not 


go along with any further cuts 
and need to know where he 
stands. 

“We are now arranging a 
convenint date and hall as we 
expect a big turn out for the 
meeting.” 

Mr Parish’s office confirmed 
the MP has agreed to visit 
Honiton Senior Voice, on a 
date to be agreed. 


Residents meet to put 
cycling on the agendo 


CYCLING is finally on the agenda in Honiton 
as a group of enthusiastic Honiton residents 
met up to discuss the issues involved with cy¬ 
cling in and around town. 

The meeting was initiated by local mum of 
two, 39-year-old town councillor Sharon Pavey 
who said: “We all agreed that there is an incred¬ 
ible amount of potential in Honiton regarding 
cycling. 

“We discussed ideas about mapping routes, 
improving safety on the roads and creating 
BMX parks and mountain bike trails. 


“We were all inspired by the Olympics and 
want to see more sports provision in Honiton 
as a way of keeping fit, having fun, reducing 
car use and saving money.” 

Anyone interested in being part of the com¬ 
munity effort to improve cycling for all in 
Honiton can email Sharon on 
sdpavey@gmail.com and be added to the email 
list. 

Plans are underway for a second meeting 
where the group will work out realistic priori¬ 
ties for cycling in Honiton. 


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Beware of noise damage 


DURING our younger years one of 
the major contributors to hearing 
loss is noise damage, and people are 
well aware of this from their work¬ 
places, but what about their social 
activities? 

Colin Eaton, the audiologist at 
Honiton Hearing Centre, takes pre¬ 
vention very seriously and is avail¬ 
able to give advice on prevention 
methods. 

As we get older we all notice a 
gradual reduction in our hearing 
ability. The degree and significance 


of the reduction though, is some¬ 
thing that we could have managed. 

For instance, riding a motorcycle, 
playing an iPod or MP3 player too 
loud, attending a loud rock concert, 
shooting, or even working with 
some DIY hand tools, can all con¬ 
tribute to increased loss of hearing. 

Most experts agree that noise lev¬ 
els in excess of 80dB will present a 
risk to hearing and that level is only 
the level of heavy traffic or a vac¬ 
uum cleaner, so above those levels 
it is important to use protection to 


prevent damage to your hearing. 

Honiton Hearing Centre stocks 
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either filtered or solid, and elec¬ 
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earplugs as well as the standard in¬ 
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■ EARLY LEARNING: The new starters in reception at Upottery [_ 
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SEATON & BEER NEWS 


| Tuesday September 25th 2012 


www.seaton-today.co.uk 


Seaton shops set to benefit from new contract 


By Laura Goldsbury-Noy 

laura (a>pemedia, co.uk 


SEATON’S business development 
officer has had her contract ex¬ 
tended as she looks to boost trade 
in the town. 

Heidi Hallam’s contract has been 
extended for 12 months in the hope 
she can continue to make a positive 
and permanent change to busi¬ 
nesses and community projects. 

She has been working two days a 
week since February to increase 
awareness and regenerate eco¬ 
nomic development in Seaton. 

She is contracted with Business 
Information Point (BIP) to support 
the Chamber of Commerce and 
local businesses. 

A major aspect of Mrs Hallam’s 
role has been to work on the 
ground with communities and 
local business holders, and to re¬ 
port back to the town and district 
councillors about the needs of the 
community. 



■ Heidi Hallam 


Mrs Hallam was invited to last 
week’s town full council meeting 
to explain her role within the town 
and her achievements so far. 

She told councillors local busi¬ 
nesses have benefitted from social 
media workshops in order to in¬ 
spire traders and give them a 
chance to boost themselves using 
other methods such as online 
media and self-promotion. 

She said: “The idea is strategic in 
a way to reinvigorate the high 
street and encourage new busi¬ 
nesses. 

“It is all about maximising what 
we have and working on existing 
projects and capitalising on these 
whilst encouraging new businesses 
to join the town.” 

She added: “Highlights for me 
have been the many successes dur¬ 
ing my time here so far working 
with the wonderful people, from 
local businesses to groups identify¬ 
ing issues with the majority saying 
that it is a very difficult time to 
trade. 

“It has been good to boost the en¬ 
ergy and impulse for activities in 
order to make change. I feel that it 
has been very rewarding to help the 
community and support the many 
groups in Seaton. “ 

Councillor John Seward said he 
understood there was a need for in¬ 


tervention in order to boost the 
town’s economy and business but 
also felt there was a level of impor¬ 
tance for businesses to also pro¬ 
mote themselves. 

But former town mayor, Council¬ 
lor Bob Palacio, criticised the busi¬ 
ness scheme. 

He said: “The retail industry has 
changed completely over the past 
five or six years and people are ei¬ 
ther taking their shopping online or 
in larger supermarkets, seldom 
using smaller retailers. 

“I think it is really difficult to 
change the attitude of people to¬ 
ward their business.” 

Councillor Mark Fisher voiced 
concerns Mrs Hallam’s close in¬ 
volvement with the Chamber of 
Commerce meant there was ‘not a 
fair representation of Seaton when 
looking at just the chamber of 
commerce’. 

However councillors heard 55 
members of the chamber group 
and up to 150 service businesses 
have been contacted in total with 
three-quarters independent of the 
chamber. 

Mrs Hallam’s plans to boost trade 
in the seaside town include: in¬ 
creasing signage for visitors, an 
audit to gauge footfall and a picto¬ 
rial map highlighting businesses in 
the area. 


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BEER Youth Hostel held a special 
open day to promote its services 
as a charity. 

The youth hostel, which has 
been based in Beer on Bovey 
Combe for nearly 80 years, has 
recently been taken over by new 
manager, Mike Ruiter. 

The 26-year-old Dutchman is 
keen to promote the services and 
activities that the Youth Hostel 
Association can offer both to the 
local community and to those 
visiting Beer. 

The open day played host to a 
number of activities including a 
barbecue and treasure hunt in a 
bid to let not only visitors know 
about the hostel but also to raise 
awareness to local people, who 
may not know the hostel is there. 

Mike explained: “I am new to the 
area, but have previously worked 
at a youth hostel near Salcombe 
and I am so pleased to be sta¬ 
tioned here as manager. 


“We are really hoping to get a 
feel for the community and work 
with local groups and organisa¬ 
tions, as we have a great space 
here not only for visitors but for 
locals to use. 

“We don’t want to take away 
from the local community so we 
are keen to promote local activity 
providers such as the fishing in 
Beer, and attractions like Beer 
Quarry Caves and Pecorama. 

“As a charity we aim to give 
children a wide variety of new 
experiences, enabling them to 
learn outdoors as well as catering 
for families and individuals of all 
ages. 

The hostel provides for all ages, 
with self-catering and catering 
facilities, rooms and dormitories 
and on site camping facilities. 

Whilst also working as the 
charity YHA, the hostel also sup¬ 
ports ‘Breaks for Kids’ - a charity 
which supports disadvantaged 


children, providing funding for 
youngsters who cannot attend 
school trips and children’s activi¬ 
ties due to finance issues. 

In the next year Mike hopes 
that he can boost the hostel’s 
status in the village and the sur¬ 
rounding area, working with local 
people and introducing more trips 
for school groups so they can ex¬ 
perience the outdoors and Juras¬ 
sic Coast. 

Mike added: “It means a lot to 
me to support children and to 
work with local people and 
everyone should have equal op¬ 
portunity. 

“I really hope that people can 
come and approach us with any 
ideas, both to use the property 
and to work alongside us as the 
YHA.” 

For more information on the 
youth hostel in Beer email 
beer(a)yha.org.uk or call 01297 
20296. 


Peco stage exhibition 
by artist Linda Wilkes 

PECORAMA recently hosted a spectacular exhibition 
of wildlife paintings by Honiton artist, Finda Wilkes, 
pictured right. 

Well known for her impressive imagery and paint¬ 
ings of East Devon wildlife, landscapes and habitats, 
the exhibition spread over several days and was well 
supported by hundreds of visitors, and particularly an¬ 
imal and bird lovers. 

Finda said: “It has been lovely to exhibit my work 
here in the Station Halt Gallery at Pecorama. I am very 
pleased and I have met lots of interesting people who 
also love wildlife and the local habitats around us. “ 

For more information on Finda’s work visit www. 
linda-wilkes.co.uk 


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SEATON & BEER NEWS 


www.seaton-today.co.uk 


Tuesday September 25th 2012 



Rainbows enjoy afternoon at Seaton Marshes 


SEATON Rainbows enjoyed an afternoon wildlife ses¬ 
sion at the Seaton Marshes learning about the Axe Val¬ 
ley Estuary and surrounding area. 

The group met up with Educational Ranger for EDDC, 
Meg Knowles who took them on a tour of the area, a 
well-known and regularly visited space for the rain¬ 
bows group. 

The youngsters’ first task was to create ‘natural cater¬ 
pillars,’ with each child given a colourful caterpillar, 
which they then reproduced with natural leaves, flow¬ 
ers, stones and berries to create their own special pic- 



TREE MONSTERS | The rainbows made tree mask 
monsters from clay pottery 


Beer Rainbows appeal 
for new members 

MEMBERS of 1st Beer Rainbows are desperately 
hoping that more girls will join them. Current mem¬ 
bership stands at four, and an open afternoon has 
been arranged for Wednesday, September 26th. 

One of the leaders, Tracey Hansford, said: “When 
we opened in 2011 we had a large group of girls but 
those girls who started with us have turned seven 
years old, which has left us with four girls. 

“If your daughter is interested in joining our unit we 
would welcome you with open arms. 

“Rainbows are the youngest section of the Girl- 
Guiding Assocation, aged five to seven years old. 

“We run a fun-filled programme which allows the 
girls to learn new skills as well as the opportunity to 
mix with fellow girls of similar ages. 

“If your daughter would like to come and see what 
we have to offer, then please come along to the 
Scout Hut on Wednesday, September 26th.” 

The open afternoon will run from 3:45pm-5pm. 
More information is available from Tracey on on 
07783 386971. 

All set for pumpkin show 

BEER'S Pumpkin Show will once again return to the 
village on Saturday, September 29th. 

Despite the bad weather and difficult growing sea¬ 
son, organisers are still going ahead with the much¬ 
loved annual show and hope that villagers will 
support the event. 

Entries for the pumpkin show will be accepted up 
until 4pm on the day and the show will take place 
upstairs at Beer Social Club. 

Visitors are welcome to attend the show from 7pm 
onwards, with prizegiving and a produce auction in 
the evening. Refreshments will be available. 

Charity jumble sale 

THE Seaton and Axmouth branch of Cancer Re¬ 
search UK will hold a jumble sale on Saturday, Sep¬ 
tember 29th in Seaton Town Hall from 10am to 1pm. 

Admittance is 30p, with children under 14 free. 
Branch member Paula Vickers said: “All of the usual 
stalls will be there and we look forward to the sup¬ 
port of our loyal customers." 

Beer brook clearing 

BEER is staging a brook clearing to remove obstruc¬ 
tions and debris. The council is looking for volunteers 
to help Kevin and members of the council to remove 
silt from the brook. 

This will take place during the week of November 
5th - 12th. Bags for debris will be placed in several 
locations and any help would be appreciated. 


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They then enjoyed a chill out session in front of the 
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about the importance of plants and foliage being dif¬ 
ferent colours and textures. 

The final task for the group was the chance to make 
clay pottery ‘tree monsters.’ The monsters, which 
came in the form of faces, were then hung on the trees 
for the children to enjoy. 

Rainbows Leader Dawn Squire said: “I would really 
like to thank Meg- the countryside rangers for the 
Seaton marshes area have been so valuable to our 
group and they are really easy to work with. 

“It is so fantastic that we have such a beautiful and nat¬ 
ural area to explore with the girls so they can learn 
about wildlife and the natural habitats around us.” 



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■ Another jumble sale at the Scout Hut in 2012 

Scouts recreate history 


BEER Scouts followed in 
the footsteps of their 
predecessors by holding 
a gigantic jumble sale at 
their Scout Hut 50 years 
on from staging an iden¬ 
tical event. 

The group were inspired 
to hold the jumble sale in 
celebration of their cen¬ 
tenary year when they 
found an old picture in a 
box at the scout hut 
which showed a small 
group of scouting boys 
50 years ago standing on 
the steps to the hut. Be¬ 
side the group was a sign 
marking 50 years of 
scouting in Beer. 

Scout Leader Fiona 
Gage explained: “After 
seeing this picture we 
just had to recreate the 
event and the picture. We 
have not held a jumble 
sale in a long time so we 
were unsure how it would 
go. 

“However thanks to the 
generous people of Beer 
we had lots to sell and we 
had lots and lots of peo¬ 
ple through our doors on 
the day.” 

Since the old picture ap¬ 
peared in the Pulmon's 
View two weeks ago as 


an appeal to find out who 
the children were, the 
scouts have had a great 
response with people of¬ 
fering names to the faces 
and investigating poten¬ 
tial sources of informa¬ 
tion. 

The scouts were even 
lucky enough to meet 
Kevin Broyd, on old scout 
from the right of the pic¬ 
ture, who happened to be 
in the village the week 
the photo went to press. 

Mr Broyd was stunned 
to find a picture of himself 
from 50 years ago in the 
local paper and thought it 
was great that the scout 
group were still going 
strong in their 100th year. 

Group Scout Leader 
Nigel Groves said: “I want 
to thank the village for 
their continuing support 
and the great turn out at 
the jumble sale which 
raised just over £500." 

Explorer scout, Doug Iz- 
zard said: “It was great to 
re do the old picture - I 
wonder if they will do one 
in 50 years time?" 

If you think you can help 
name some of the chil¬ 
dren in the photo, call 
Nigel on 01297 21159. 



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NEWS FROM EAST DEVON 


51 Tuesday September 25th 2012 


www.axminster-today.co.uk 


News briefs 

Musbury festive fayre 
looking for stallholders 

A CHRISTMAS craft fayre will be held in Musbury Vil¬ 
lage Hall from 10am to 1pm on Saturday, November 
24th. 

The event is being organised by the parochial 
church council, and secretary Kay Short said: “We 
are on the lookout for people who would like the op¬ 
portunity to sells their crafts at our fayre in the run 
up to Christmas. 

“Even though Musbury had a very successful 
flower festival in July, which helped with our 
fundraising, we are still very short of funds to keep 
the church up and running.” 

Tables are £6 numbers to ring to book a table are 
01297 552440 or 01297 552711. 

Church roof lead theft 

A QUANTITY of lead has been stripped off and 
stolen from the roof of St Andrew’s Church in Chard- 
stock. 

The theft took place at some point between Sep¬ 
tember 1st and 14th. 

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 
101 . 

The crime reference is KA/12/468. 

Hawkchurch coffee morning 

THERE will be a coffee morning in Hawkchurch Vil¬ 
lage hall on Friday, September 28th from 10am to 
12noon. 

The event is part of the Macmillan Cancer Support 
and the World's Biggest Coffee Morning. 

Organiser Maggie Stead said: “There will be pro¬ 
duce and general stalls, and a raffle to which all are 
welcome.” 



■ HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Musbury Moles children with Rocky the Racoon in the new 
sensory garden 


Musbury Moles pre-school 
celebrate first anniversary 


MUSBURY Moles pre-school cele¬ 
brated their first birthday with a party 
on Friday. 

Children and parents enjoyed a cake 
stall, toy stall, raffle and cake raffle, 
games and a visit from Rocky the 
Racoon. 

The pre-school, based as Musbury 
Primary School, currently has spaces 
available. Session run from 8.30am to 
12.15pm on weekdays, including a 
lunch club, and toddler sessions run 
from 10am to 11.30am on Wednes¬ 
days with a dedicated member of 


staff running activities for the 
younger children. 

The children benefit from use of the 
school’s secure orchard, playground 
and sports field, plus their own new, 
educational sensory garden. 

They are also looking forward to 
welcoming new leader Kayliegh Bed- 
dows later this month. 

Pre-school staff member Laura 
Holmes said: “We have had a great 
first year and positive start to our 
second year with our new pre-school 
leader starting on September 24th." 


CLUB NEWS 

Ladies look forward to 
upcoming Legion events 


AXMINSTER Women’s Section of the 
Royal British Legion met at the Senior 
Citizens’ Rooms in mid-September, fol¬ 
lowing their August break. 

During the Exhortation, members paid 
tribute to Servicemen who have lost 
their lives in Afghanistan since the July 
meeting. 

New member Valerie Clark was wel¬ 
comed. 

During July, members from Axmin- 
ster and Uplyme enjoyed a garden party 
at the chairman’s House which raised 
£187.50. This will be allocated for THE 
Royal British Legion’s work with wid¬ 
ows and orphans. 

Members discussed forthcoming 
events, including the Annual Lecture at 
RBL Kilmington on October 19th, the 
November Festival of Remembrance in 
Exeter on November 8th and the Devon 
County Conference for the Women’s 
Section, Tiverton, on November 17th. 

Members were reminded that the 
group meeting at Uplyme Village Hall 
on October 24th will include a compe¬ 
tition for apple pies and 

Tiverton Conference competitions in¬ 
clude a knitted peg bag, silk flowers in 
a wine glass and a jubilee photograph. 


Members also enjoyed a talk by Ali¬ 
son Blackwell, of Send a Cow, a Chris¬ 
tian charity which was formed in 1988 
by a group of UK farmers who wanted 
to help families suffering from the af¬ 
termath of war in Africa. The charity 
provides training in sustainable farming 
for widows, orphans and disabled peo¬ 
ple trapped in poverty in Ethiopia, 
Kenya, Lesotho, Zambia, Rwanda, 
Uganda and Cameroon. To date over 
one million people have benefited both 
directly and indirectly from their Live¬ 
stock for Life scheme. 

Following the talk, members collected 
money for the charity and took litera¬ 
ture plus gift and Christmas catalogues 
with a view to purchasing Christmas 
presents for their families from the wide 
range of goods on offer. 

The AGM will be held at the next 
meeting on Friday, October 12th at 
7.30pm in the Senior Citizens’ Rooms, 
followed by a short film on the Mystery 
Trip to North Wales in March, attended 
by some of the members. This will be 
shown by Carole Arnold, RBL Devon 
County’s Fundraiser. 

Visitors and new members always 
welcome. 


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CLUB NEWS 


Tuesday September 25th 2012 


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Pastel demo for Axminster Art Society 


LOCAL artist Lynda White gave an interesting 
and highly informative demonstration on the 
use of pastels to members of the Axminster 
Art Society at their September meeting. 

In a talk entitled “Exploring Pastels - Oil, 
Wax and Soft” she cleverly compared the dif¬ 
ferent types by dividing her picture vertically 
into four strips and completing each strip in 
turn using a different kind of pastel. 

A soft pastel, with its chalky characteristics, 
was used first on a dark pastel paper and 
Lynda (pictured right) showed how it will get 
colour onto the paper quickly, although it 
cannot be overlaid too much without the use 
of a fixative. 

The second and third sections were com¬ 
pleted with water soluble wax pastels, first 


using them without water on dark pastel 
paper and then with water on white water¬ 
colour paper. When used dry, the wax pastel 
needs a firm stroke but it an be overlaid and 
colour layers can be removed by scraping to 
achieve special effects. Lynda then showed 
how scrapings from the wax crayon can be 
mixed with water and applied with a brush to 
give background washes, as in the third strip. 

The picture was completed on white water¬ 
colour paper using water-resistant oil pastels 
to provide the detail and washes made from 
shavings from Inktense blocks mixed with 
water for the background. Oil pastels tend to 
be chunky giving bold strokes while the wash 
from the Inktense blocks give strong colours. 

Lynda also demonstrated how paint may be 


taken directly from the block with a wet 
brush and how they can be applied to wet 
paper. 

Looking at the finished work, Lynda con¬ 
cluded that it was clear that pastels offer a 
range of different experiences for the artist; 
soft being the easiest to get colour onto 
paper, soluble wax maybe more fun while 
oil/lnktense gave a range of strong colours. 
Members showed their appreciation for the 
talk with a warm round of applause. 

The next meeting of the Society will be on 
Wednesday, October 17th when Michael 
Saunders will demonstrate painting with 
acrylics in “Using Acrylic Mediums 



Paignton watercolourist visits Seaton group 


Phoenix ladies learn about lace 


USING just five colours - and the white of the paper 

- to create a wonderfully free image of a Sumatran 
tiger, Paignton watercolourist David Webb delighted 
a large group of Seaton & District Art Society mem¬ 
bers at the September demonstration in Seaton 
Town Hall. 

It was the first time the Town Hall audio visual 
equipment and a new Society camera had been 
used so that everyone in the group - all 60 of them 

- had a view on a large screen as the work emerged. 
One member congratulated the artist for doing the 
preparatory, light pencil sketch at the demonstra¬ 
tion on a completely blank piece of stretched 2001b 
medium, not paper. 

“So many come with the drawing already done," 
she said. 

David, who lives near Paignton Zoo, used his own 
photograph of the tiger. 


“I like to sketch from life," he said, “but I couldn't 
bring a tiger along with me!" 

He mixed the colours - light red, burnt and raw si¬ 
enna, auriole yellow and ultramarine - first on the 
palette and then on the paper. He advised members 
to “make a lot of the background so that it looks as 
if the animal belongs there". 

Working carefully round the eye, as he never uses 
masking fluid, he added: “This is the scary bit - 
where you find out how good you are." 

His audience were delighted to show him just how 
good he was with their enthusiastic applause led by 
chairman Fred Slatter. 

The October meeting is on the unusual date of Oc¬ 
tober 15th, 2pm to 4pm in the Town Hall where 
Hampshire artist Mike Bragg will demonstrate how 
to paint a portrait in oil over acrylic. 

Visitors are very welcome. 


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AXMINSTER Phoenix Ladies Club met in mid-Septem¬ 
ber following the summer break. 

Condolences were offered to member Rita Brickill on 
the recent and sudden passing of her husband, Eric, 
whose funeral was attended by some of the Phoenix 
Ladies. A donation to charity has since made in his mem¬ 
ory from the club. 

Two prospective new members who came along to the 
meeting and were welcomed. 

The November shopping trip to Cardiff is scheduled for 
Monday, November 19th and non-members are also in¬ 
vited to join the trip, which will cost £13 per head. Fur¬ 
ther information is available from Lesley Frankau or 
Penny Daglish. 

Menus for this year’s Christmas Lunch at the Belmont 
Hotel, Sidmouth, on Monday, December 10th were 
handed out and members were reminded that completed 
menus and full payment is required at the November 
meeting. 

The chairman reported that letters from Ida Shepherd 
and Lesley Frankau for Aita Kumari, the young second¬ 
ary schoolgirl Phoenix Ladies are sponsoring in Nepal, 
have been sent in response to Aita’s earlier letter. Contact 
will be made again later in the year when it is intended 
to send a members’ group photograph. 

The chairman welcomed Mrs Pat Perryman who came 
along to talk to about Honiton Lace, illustrating her talk 
with both photographic information and framed lace- 


work. Pat has taught and created beautiful work over the 
last 40 years and is well known locally, nationally and in¬ 
ternationally visiting European and Far Eastern countries. 
Her renowned work includes a jabot and lace cuffs for 
Bernard Weatherill, former Speaker of the House of 
Commons, a jabot for the Mayor of Exeter, framed lace 
Swan for The Princess Royal, during a local visit when 
she awarded Pat the Freedom of the Town of Honiton. 

Other commissions include the Queen and, of course, 
Queen Victoria’s wedding dress and veil, plus a christen¬ 
ing robe for her first child, Princess Victoria. 

Honiton Lace has been made in the area since the 16 th 
century, when lace was widely used throughout the coun¬ 
try. 

By 1870 there were 2000 lace makers in Honiton, de¬ 
clining gradually to nine, in the 1930s. The only lace¬ 
making factory in the country which exists today is in 
Tatworth, Somerset. 

A fascinating account and stunning visual display of 
outstanding fine lace work which will no doubt encour¬ 
age members to visit Honiton Museum to view the 
speaker’s jabot and lace and items worn by the Duchess 
of Windsor, currently in the museum’s possession. 

The next meeting is on Wednesday, October 10th when 
Margaret Weston’s daughter Jane will be showing slides, 
aided by Margaret and telling us about their visit to Mex¬ 
ico last year. 

Visitors are always welcome. 


Round Table looking for new recruits 


HONITON and District Round Table is opening its doors 
to new members as the dust settles on the Great 
British Summer. 

With the shorter nights drawing nearer, men across 
the Honiton area will be putting away their barbeques 
and golf clubs, which is why the organisation is firing 
up an early recruitment drive to give locals a new way 
to spend their evenings. 

Jason Thomson, from Round Table, said: “With chil¬ 
dren back at school and adults returning to work after 
taking time off for holidays, men typically look for new 
social activities as the dark evenings draw in, scupper¬ 
ing any outdoor after work plans." 

As well as personal development skills such as 
speech writing and public speaking, Honiton and Dis¬ 
trict Round Table offers a wide range of social activities, 


opportunities for local men to network and the chance 
for members to give something back to their local area 
by organising community events. 

Jason continued: “Round Table is all about providing a 
fun and relaxed environment where men from all walks 
of life can socialise and get involved in all kinds of team 
activities and trips. It’s great that so many people have 
joined Round Table this year. 

“We’re welcoming anyone who’s interested in getting 
involved to go along to their local Table and see what 
it’s all about. The more, the merrier." 

To find out more about Honiton and District Round 
Table, including how to join, email 
join(a>roundtable.org.uk or visit the Round Table web¬ 
site www.roundtable.co.uk/findoutmore 



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HONITON 

AT the September meeting, members of Honiton After¬ 
noon WI were very pleased to welcome as their speaker 
Neil Hurlock, manager of the TRIP Community Trans¬ 
port Association, who has worked for TRIP since 2004. 

TRIP started in 1997 running in conjunction with other 
ring and ride schemes. Members were told about the 
many services that are available to the people of Honiton 
and the surrounding areas. There is a ring and ride door- 
to-door minibus service, voluntary car service and wheel¬ 
chair accessible transport. 

Neil then went on to explain about the range of manual 
and powered mobility equipment that is available on short 
or long term hire, also disability aids. Hospital transport 
can also be arranged and there is a minibus hire for com¬ 


munity groups. 

Particular mention was drawn to the Befriending Serv¬ 
ice where volunteers are always needed. In this day and 
age so many families live miles or even oceans apart and 
this leaves many people with a very solitary lifestyle. 

Members were shown an interesting selection of infor¬ 
mation leaflets which are readily available at the TRIP 
offices in New Street. 

It was a most interesting and informative meeting en¬ 
joyed by everyone. A vote of thanks was given by Briony 
Trew on behalf of the members. 

The next meeting is on October 8th at 2pm in the 
Methodist Chapel, when the speaker will be Chris Grif¬ 
fiths from the Citizens Advice Bureau. 

Visitors are always very welcome to attend. 





















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AXMINSTER CARNIVAL CAN’T BE RIVALLED 


AS A frequent visitor to 
Axminster over the years and 
now a resident of almost two 
years, I've somehow managed to 
always miss the carnival, but not 
this year. 

I'd like to raise my proverbial hat 
in respect to everyone who took 
part in this incredible spectacle. 

The procession was nothing 
short of brilliant: some of the 
costumes I saw were of the 
standard of a big budget film, the 
drum troupe were great and the 
floats... I stood there speechless, 


wondering how many hours of 
hard work and how much money 
had gone into their construction 
just for one night's use. 

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parade is of a group of amateurs 
and their dubious creations on 
the back of an old lorry and 
looking rather embarrassed 
about it all. 

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couldn’t be rivalled by the best 
that London (my birthplace) 
could offer. 

In fact, modern day Londoners 


guilty of this misconception, if 
challenged, would be more likely 
to present an inoffensive, 
watered down, green, politically 
correct affair that only a 
psychiatrist might be capable of 
understanding. 

As a hard nosed Londoner of 
the old school, I'd like to say 
brilliantly done Axminster. 

It was a fantastic show and I'm 
now looking forward to next year. 

Mick Hawksworth 


Help us fill even more 
shoeboxes this year! 


■ WINTRY chills remind us of tens of 
thousands of children living in squalor 
in unheated poor shelter and without 
hope, in the icy snow of Eastern 
Europe. 

These childrens’ lives can be 
brightened by a brightly-covered 
shoebox filled with gifts of love that are 
useful, playful and warm. 

Our little Samaritans group last year 
sent over 300 boxes with your help. 
Make it more this year please. 

Sadly our lovely Seaton shoe shop has 
closed so we need the help of those of 
you with cars load your boots weekly 
with empty shoeboxes and deliver them 
to our porch. 

We shall be glad to receive fillers as 
well as shoeboxes from now until 
November 10th. 


May we remind you that £2.50 per 
box will help share the cost of delivery 
etc over thousands of miles. 

Thank you and god bless you with 
joy. 


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55 Scallwell Lane 
Seaton 



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Tuesday September 25th 2012 


My Dear Old Thing blows in 


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C RICKET has always 
been one of the pas¬ 
sions of my life so it 
was especially enjoyable to 
be asked to compere an un¬ 
forgettable sporting evening 
at Axminster Guildhall on 
Sunday. 

Like all cricketing fans, 
I’m a huge admirer of BBC 
Radio’s Test Match Special 
and if I could choose my 
dream job (other than edit¬ 
ing Pulman’s View, of 
course), I would like to be a 
member of that commentary 
team. 

A key and legendary mem¬ 
ber of the TSM team is 
Henry Blofeld, a wonder¬ 
fully eccentric English toff 
who has a worldwide follow¬ 
ing and who is in much de¬ 
mand on the speaking 
circuit. 

Henry - or Blowers as he is 
known to his fellow com¬ 
mentators - was booked to 
appear at Axminster on 
Sunday in a fundraising 
event for the locally-based 
ARC charity which offers 
counselling and phsy- 
chotherapy, helping more 
than 200 local people every 
year. 

It says much for the uni¬ 
versal appeal of Henry 


Blofeld, whose catch phrase 
is “My Dear Old Things”, 
and the admiration for the 
work of ARC, that 240 people 
bought a ticket for £15 at a 
time when it’s very difficult 
to fill a hall for any event. 

The evening was superbly 
organised by the ARC com¬ 
mittee, led by Catherine 
Davies and helped by Tom 
O’Donnell, a professional 
events organiser in London 
whose family run the Volun¬ 
teer Inn in Lyme Regis. 

I arrived early to meet 
Henry before the show 
started and he told me he 
was feeling a little “fuzzy” 
because he had been cele¬ 
brating his birthday the 
night before. 

“It turned out to be a seven 
bottle job, dear boy,” he told 
me in those distinctly rich 
and plummy tones. Henry, 
of course, is renowned for 
his love of wine and even 
has his own label which he 
sells at his speaking engage¬ 
ments. 

He kindly gave me a bottle 
of a very acceptable white 
Burgundy. 

Test match commentaries 
from Henry and his col¬ 
leagues are about much 
more than just cricket. As 


EDITOR 
AT LARGE 


Philip Evans 



Henry could 
have been a pro¬ 
fessional crick¬ 
eter himself, 
having played 
for Eton and 



regular listeners 
will know, the 
delivery of 
various cakes 
to the com¬ 
mentary box 
at Test 
matches is 
the subject of 
much discus¬ 
sion and enjoy¬ 
ment; even 
Queen gave them 
one on a visit to 
Lord’s Cricket Ground. 

Henry tells a lovely story 
of how fellow commentator 
Jonathan “Aggers” Agnew 
asked the Queen, much to 
the embarrassment of his 
colleagues, whether she 
made it herself. To which 
Her Maj replied: “No but it 
was prepared under close 
personal supervision.” 


scoring a cen¬ 
tury at Lord’s 
for the Public 
Schools XI, a 
feat only 

equalled by 
cricketing greats 
Peter May and Colin 
Cowdrey, had he not 
been involved in a serious 
accident when he was 
knocked off his bicycle at a 
young age, putting him in a 
coma for a month. 

He dabbled with banking 
after being sent down from 
Cambridge but loathed life 
as a city gent. Cricket was 
always going to be his fu¬ 


ture, as it was the only thing 
he was good at, and after 
writing on the sport for var¬ 
ious national newspapers he 
finally got his big chance to 
join the Test Match Special 
commentary team. He read¬ 
ily admitted that you can’t 
really call it a job as they 
had so much fun. 

Henry has undoubtedly 
had a colourful life, to say 
the least, chronicled with 
great humour and pathos in 
his biography “A Thirst For 
Life”, copies of which, along 
with his other books, he sold 
after appearing at the Guild¬ 
hall on Sunday. 

Whilst there were a num¬ 
ber of familiar faces from 
cricketing circles in this 
area (Les Haynes is pictured 
chatting with Blowers after 
the show), including several 
from Cloakham Lawn and 
former Chardstock stalwart 
Frank Huddy, the audience 
also numbered many of the 
fairer sex for whom Henry 
clearly had great respect. 

He spoke for more than 
two hours and recalled a 
number of non-cricketing 
episodes in his life including 
staying with Ian Fleming on 
his honeymoon and some hi¬ 
larious tales when he dined 


with Noel Coward and Sir 
Lawrence Olivier which the 
ladies clearly loved. They 
did not seem to be too of¬ 
fended by his fruity vocabu¬ 
lary either. 

He also had some wonder¬ 
ful stories about his much 
lamented former colleague 
Brian Johnson - “Jonners”. 

Knowing Henry’s predilec¬ 
tion for the finer things in 
life, the ARC committee pre¬ 
sented him with a cake be¬ 
fore the show and I got the 
audience to sing “Happy 
Birthday Blowers”, which 
pleased him no end. 

At the end of a marvel¬ 
lously entertaining evening, 
Henry spent a good half 
hour signing his books and 
selling his bottles of wine. 

He was then off to stay the 
night at a b & b in Dalwood 
and then on to Truro for his 
two-man show with TMS 
producer Peter Baxter. 

At the age of 73 he shows 
no sign of slowing down and 
does about 100 speaking en¬ 
gagements a year. 

A night to remember, my 
dear old things! 


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WELCOME to Carpentry by Design. 
Based in Branscombe, Devon Carpen¬ 
try by Design offers exceptional be¬ 
spoke designed and built furniture for 
private homeowners and commercial 
businesses across the south west. 

We work with a diverse range of peo¬ 
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provide a reliable, professional and 
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Hand crafted and fitted wardrobes, beds, dressing 
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We custom design home office spaces and centre¬ 
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range of shop fitting services to retail businesses. 

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Sunny Garth, Rockenhayne Lane, Branscombe EX12 3BP 
Telephone: 01297 680 267 Mobile: 07595 280 383 
Email: enquiries@carpentrybydesign.co.uk 
Web: www.carpentrybydesign.co.uk 


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sign, build and fit. 

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cludes: Kitchens designed, furnished 
and fitted. Installation of electric, gas 
and water. Freestanding and fitted bed¬ 
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to discuss your carpentry and joinery 
requirements and arrange for a survey 
and quotation. 



EDEN Garden Develop¬ 
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Horticulture and Aquatics, 
either as a package or in af¬ 
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the present gusty conditions, 
is fencing where this can ei¬ 
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depending upon condition 
and the budget available. 
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panel, close board, post and 
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gates (see insets). In fact 
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DEVON gardener and landscape designer 
Martin Crew of Higher Metcombe, Ottery St 
Mary, near Honiton, provides a wide range of 
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Grandisson 

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We all know winters com¬ 
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Ottery St Mary and see for 
yourself what makes them 
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West. 

Established for over 30 
years Grandissons show¬ 
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showroom displaying tradi¬ 
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All installations are under¬ 
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by their first class commit¬ 
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ability to transform the look 
if your living room. How¬ 
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every household and budget, 
if you’d like to find out 
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and services please call into 
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machinery expert for over 32 years. 

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parts department as well as a fully equipped workshop so you 
can actually view and handle virtually every type of machinery 
we supply. If working hours mean you can’t come during the 
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a site visit especially when choosing perhaps ride-ons or larger 
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when the customer is happy! 

When repairing machinery we at Axminster Garden Machinery 
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to new equipment and I personally carefully select every piece 
of machinery we sell and have used and tested all the machinery 
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we sell we are factory main appointed dealers for this gives the 
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GLYNIS George Interiors has been in 2 The Old Bell 
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Honiton Garden 

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IT is fair to say that this 
year the weather has not 
been kind to gardeners! 
The combination of record 
levels of rain and unusu¬ 
ally cold weather has 
stopped many green-fin¬ 
gered plans in their tracks. 

But all is not lost - now 
is the time to think about 
the some winter and spring 
colour in the garden. It is 
really important to think 
now about that digging, 
planting, tending and trim¬ 
ming that will give your 
garden an autumn of daz¬ 
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beds and luscious lawns - 
Honiton Garden Centre is 
a great local choice , where 
you will find everything 
you need to care for your 
garden right here on your 
doorstep. 

Our 5000 square foot 
garden centre shop offers a 
complete range of garden¬ 
ing products and acces¬ 
sories for both the 
traditional gardener and 
the gardening beginner in 


a modern, light and airy 
environment. 

Our Shop is stocked full 
with 1000’s of different 
product lines, including 
our largest ever range of 
spring flowering bulbs, 
garden tools, winter bed¬ 
ding plants, autumn lawn 
care, propagation aids and 
seeds as well as onion sets 
and bare rooted vegeta¬ 
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Honiton Garden Centre 
now boasts a large bird 
care department dedicated 
to supporting our feathered 
friends, including a com¬ 
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loose bird seed and lots of 
new accessories. 

Our NEW range of pet 
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family cat or dog - from 
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If you are looking for 
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our superb all-day break¬ 
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freshly every day of the 
week, including our fa¬ 


mous traditional roast din¬ 
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advisable). 

With lots of free onsite 
parking and a dedication to 
customer service and value 
for money - our family run 
garden centre looks for¬ 
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soon. 




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Tuesday September 25th 2012 


www.axminster-today.co.uk 


Pulman’s View 

■ from the m 

churches 

With NIGEL SPELLER 


LINDA Chester begins this week for us: “Apart from Down- 
ton Abbey, there is another series that has created quite a cult 
following. 

“I’m thinking about three fascinating BBC farming series; 
Victorian Farm, Edwardian Farm and the current Wartime 
Farm. It makes a change to watch accomplished historians 
rather than actors undertaking the hard slog and deprivation 
which farmers in previous generations faced. 

“My great-grandmother was organist at Sevington 
Methodist Church, Somerset, and it’s nice to think she would 
have played the same harvest hymns that we sing at the Har¬ 
vest Festival. For many people, harvest is their favourite an¬ 
nual service; we are relieved and thankful that, even after the 
wettest summer for 100 years, the various harvests have been 
gathered in. 

“These entertaining television programmes highlight the 
fact that every harvest, even with all the modern machinery, 
is the result of a year’s hard work and waiting. Let’s remember 
and pray for our farmers in this difficult financial climate, and 
give thanks to God for their commitment and dedication.” 

The Church of England Synod in July postponed a decision 
on the first women bishops. The General Synod is due to vote 
on the draft Measure in November. The critical view of the 
House of Bishops which could affect the final vote is likely 
to be known in the next 10 days. 

It is a coincidence that November also is the 20th anniver¬ 
sary of the General Synod decision, by a big majority, to or¬ 
dain women as priests. After 20 years they are a vital. 

Back to Church Sumday is with us again on September 30th 
- thousands have answered invitations to return to church to 
give thanks for this ministry. 

Honiton churches offer opportunities to praise God on Sun¬ 
day, September 30th at 6.30pm in the Church of the Holy 
Family, and October 21st at the Baptist Church. 

Branscombe Church starts All Age Services on the 5th Sun¬ 
day monthly from September 30th, at 11.15am. Colyton Har¬ 
vest Community Service is on Sunday, October 7th at 11am. 

Noah’s Ark for pre-school children during term time on 
Thursday afternoons, starts October 4th -enquiries to Wendy 
at 551177. At the Reece Strawbridge Youth Centre, Colyton, 
every second Sunday between 4-6pm, will be a Messy Church 
meeting - contact 551177. 



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# WHAT made you start your own business? 

I'd been employed in various jobs before but I 
wanted to be my own boss. If you don't give it a go, 
you don't know. You don't want to get to the end of 
life and say'l wish I had'. 

# REGARDLESS of trade, what would your ad¬ 
vice be to anyone about to set up their own small 
business? 

Go for it. Know your market and be flexible to 
change. 

# YOU are bucking a general trend by expanding 
when many businesses downsize or fold alto¬ 
gether. How is that possible? 

It seemed silly not to make full use of the premises I 
already have. The capacity is here, so I guess I'm not 
taking as much of a risk as I would have been if I 
started up from scratch. Having been cooking for 



Axminster Care Service Lunch Club for three years 
everyTuesday, there is a real sense of pride knowing 
you are providing a nicely cooked meal for the older 
generation. Expanding this service to a delivered hot 
meal, I hope, will help those who find it difficult to 
manage alone. 

• WHAT was your dream job when growing up? 

I don't think I had one. It's all about life and learning 
at that age. You try a few jobs and make your choices 
from there. 

• YOU were born and bred in Axminster, so 
know the town inside out. What are the pluses 
and minuses with the town? 

On the plus side, in the last five years Axminster has 
been up and coming with more choice in general 
(like shops). There is always room for improvement 
in any town, but I can't see any major minuses in 
Axminster. 

• WHAT is your favourite holiday destination? 

One hundred per cent Italy. The food, the wine and 
the ambience. It is just lovely. 

• WHAT would you do if you won a really huge 
amount of money? 

I would pay the mortgage, help my family and 
friends and enjoy life. 

• What makes you happy? 

Health and well-being. 


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in a 60 Seconds interview, 
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Council blame planning 
issues on staff turnover 

STAFF turnover has been blamed for difficulties to mon¬ 
itor planning permission compliance at East Devon Dis¬ 
trict Council. 

An EDDC overview and scrutiny forum last autumn 
found that enforcement officers don’t routinely inspect 
developments to make sure planning permissions/condi¬ 
tions are complied with. 

An update was published in March this year, saying the 
enforcement service had been boosted by integration with 
planning teams, recruitment and staff returning from sick 
leave. But a further report, issued this month, revealed 
ongoing staff turnover. Following reorganisation, recruit¬ 
ment and the return from sick leave, EDDC boasted three 
enforcement officers - the highest number it has ever had. 

Since then, one enforcement officer left, bringing the 
number down to two enforcement officers. A replacement 
was subsequently found, but another enforcement officer 
left in August. 

EDDC recruited a replacement officer who started on 
September 17th, and the new report said: “Following this 
date it is hoped that the service will remain fully staffed 
in the long-term and it will be possible to undertake the 
monitoring of development sites as envisaged by the 
forum.” 



You can choose everything from 
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GILL Mayers is Axminster born and bred, and runs her own catering business, Gilly's, in the town. Her busi¬ 
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Gill says Axminster is on the up but, when going overseas, Italy is her favoured choice. 


country 

scene' 


Written by countryside 
correspondent 


Tony Jackson 



Anniversary for 
red squirrel project 

GOOD news to learn that practical steps are being taken at 
Escot Park, near Ottery St Mary, to restore the fortunes of 
our native red squirrel. 

Once so common countrywide, these attractive littler ani¬ 
mals have suffered severely from the introduction of the 
American grey squirrel, an animal which carries the deadly 
squirrel pox virus to which it is immune, but which has re¬ 
duced the red squirrel population to a few isolated sanctuar¬ 
ies, such as Brownsea Island, Poole. 

Now, at Escot, a three quarter acre walk-through enclosure, 
the second only in the UK, has been created, specifically to 
house free-range red squirrels in an environment protected 
from greys. To mark its first birthday, a single female red 
squirrel, bred at the British Wildlife Centre in Surrey, has re¬ 
cently had her first litter of two kits, born at the end of July 
in a drey of leaves, moss and bulrush down and sited in an 
ancient oak tree. 

Whilst red squirrels are kept by several zoos in conven¬ 
tional caged enclosures, the unique aspect of the Escot site 
is the open topped natural enclosure with mixed woodland 
and two oaks which are over 250 years old. This type of large, 
safe enclosure may well offer a solution to the survival of red 
squirrels until a solution to the grey squirrel virus is discov¬ 
ered. 

As funds become available through donations and sponsor¬ 
ship, the intention at Escot is to create a specially designed 
breeding facility with the object of providing red squirrels 
for re-introduction programmes in other parts of the country. 

Escot is also organising a major national red squirrel con¬ 
ference entitled ‘Lessons in Red Squirrel Conservation’ at the 
University of Exeter in April next year. Meanwhile, if you 
would like to see the kits at Escot, the Park is open every day 
from 10am to 5pm. Call 01404 822188 for further details. 

Sticking to the same area, I have just had a report from 
Mish Kennaway, the Tale Valley balsam control team co-or¬ 
dinator, detailing the hard work put in this summer to eradi¬ 
cate this wretched alien invader. The final balsam pull was 
on August 23rd, the first time the team had added a fourth 
day to their programme, a provision found necessary as there 
are always plants which had been previously overlooked but 
are now in flower. For instance, a half acre of wild ground 
previously cleared by five volunteers a month previously, 
now displayed a further 100 or so flowering balsam plants. 

This work is so essential if the progress of this unwanted 
invader is to be stemmed. Volunteers to help are essential and 
grateful thanks must go to sponsors who have covered the 
costs and provided equipment. 

Good to learn that the Portland to Studland reef habitats 
have now officially been designated a Special Area of Con¬ 
servation. The importance of this site was highlighted by the 
work of hundreds of volunteer divers who recorded seabed 
species through Seasearch, co-ordinated by the Dorset 
Wildlife Trust. 

Within the site can be found brightly coloured sponges, 
brittlestars and corals, and a wide variety of fish. The condi¬ 
tion of the reefs is excellent and testimony to the sensitive 
fishing methods adopted by local inshore fishermen. 

A number of other local sites, mostly considerably smaller 
than this - including sand and gravel to seagrass meadows - 
are also being considered for protection as recommended Ma¬ 
rine Conservation Zones and a decision is expected next year. 

Meanwhile, I have been delighted to see my buddleia cov¬ 
ered in tortoiseshell butterflies, peacocks and red admirals 
and even as I write they are still seeking nectar from the late 
flowering purple blooms. 

This year, however, I have not spotted a hummingbird 
hawkmoth, that fascinating insect which so closely resembles 
it avian namesake as it hangs in the air, probing for nectar. 

However, Tony Cass from Honiton writes to tell me that he 
watched one feeding on red valerian at Spindlewood Close 
this year. A lovely insect but, I suspect, one rarely spotted this 
damp summer. 


To contact Tony Jackson, 
write to: Pulman’s View from, 
South Street, Axminster, 
Devon EX13 5AD or email 
wardjackson(S)tiscali. co. uk 

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COLYFORD 
GOOSE FAYRE 
PROGRAMME 
OF EVENTS 

2.00pm Costume Procession, 

Starts from the Elms, Colyford 

2.30pm Fanfare to welcome 
procession to Springfield 

Opening Ceremony by the Mayor 
and his Lady 

2.45pm Exeter Morris Men 

Mere Down Falcon Flying Display 

3.30pm Colyford Mummers Play 
3.45pm Ferret Racing 

(further races throughout the afternoon) 

4.00pm Plymouth 
Medieval Dancers 

4.15pm Mere Down Falcon 
Flying Display 

4.30pm Exeter Morris Men 

4.45pm Mock Auction of Medieval 
Geese 

5.00pm Curfew 


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endar attracting over 
2500 people The Coly¬ 
ford Goose Fayre has 
taken place in the small 
East Devon village for 
many hundreds of 
years, since the reign of 
King John in 1207, until 
1890. The event has 
been running now for 30 
years (with a couple of 
exceptions) and last 
year the local clubs, 
charities and church 
benefitted from the pro¬ 
ceeds 

It was revived by vil¬ 
lagers in 1980 and has 
since been held every 
year on the closest Sat¬ 
urday to Michaelmas. 
The traditional medieval 
fayre attracts thousands 
of visitors each year and 
features many popular 


attractions including the 
famous parade through 
the village. The colourful 
medieval procession will 
kick off proceedings at 
2pm as villagers gather 
in fancy dress and make 
their way through the 
village to Springfield, 
home of the Colyford 
Goose Fayre. The Fayre 
has a medieval theme 
and local country crafts 
in costume abound. The 
Fayre starts with a me¬ 
dieval costume parade 
through Colyford, fea¬ 
turing Fighting Knights, 
Medieval Dance group 
and the inevitable Mor- 
rismen.. 

Other entertainment in¬ 
cludes the Sutton Re¬ 
enactment group, Paul 
Hill the wondering Min¬ 
strel, Sarah Shoesmith 
demonstrating her cir¬ 


cus skills and there will 
be falconry from Mere 
Down Falconers. 
Traditional skills will 
also be on show with 
demonstrations in met¬ 
alwork, pottery and 
thatching and a variety 
of hand made produce 
will be available to buy 
from honey and ram- 
roast to beer and elder- 
flower champagne. 

The Colyford Goose 
Fayre will take place on 
Saturday, September 
29th from 2pm at 
Springfield. Entry is £3 
and free for under 14s. 
All money raised from 
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the community and to¬ 
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Tuesday September 25 2012 


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Invitation to tender for delivered-in 
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The Governors of 5 Primary Schools in East Devon 
invite tenders from suitably qualified catering 
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Mrs Ethelston's Primary School, Uplyme 
St Andrew's Primary School, Chardstock 
All Saint’s Primary School 
Hawkchurch Primary School 
Membury Primary School 
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GEORDIE LAND’S 
SECRET WEAPON 
COMES TO 


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Jed Grimes will 
play Jurassic 
Folk Night 












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Wonderful selection of Genuine 
French produce at the French Food 
and Craft Market in Ottery St Mary 

LE MARCHE de France has 
been invited to visit Ottery 
St Mary in October, and 
bring a great range of 
high quality and fresh pro¬ 
duce from all regions of 
France for one day for 
everyone to enjoy. 

There will be a magnifi¬ 
cent cheese stall with a 
truly enormous selection 
of French cheeses. Bread 
will be baked onsite, in 
front of visitors, on the 
new bread and patisserie 
stall and the smell of bread, croissants and patisseries should hopefully spread in the 
whole town centre. There will also be the Charcuterie with wonderful sausages, olives, 
Turkish delights, smoked ham and Calvados pate. Pure Butter Homemade biscuits, 
cakes and Ginger bread, Mustards, sauces and, of course, garlic will be on offer as 
well! For those with a sweet tooth, wonderful natural honeys as well the hugely pop¬ 
ular crepes stall will be on display. If you still have a small space left after all that, the 
sweet stall will also be making fresh pralines, almonds and cashews on site. 

And for those who like 
South of France, they will 
find soaps from Marseille, 
lavenders, tablecloths 
from Provence... Oh, La 
la! 

The market will take 
place on the Land of 
Canaan Car Park, Ottery 
St Mary on Saturday, Oc¬ 
tober 6th from 9-4pm. 




‘The Man' comes to 
the Corn Exchange 

VAN Morrison is widely regarded as the finest Soul 
and R&B artist the U.K. has ever produced with a 
stack of awards and accolades to his name which in¬ 
cludes six Grammy Awards. His nickname, ‘Van The 
Man’, bestowed upon him by his legions of fans says 
it all. 

The Man is the country’s premier tribute to Van 
Morrison featuring star vocalist Phil Hambling in an 
uncanny performance as the great man who is backed 
by one of the most exciting R&B bands currently tour¬ 
ing the country. 

The Man concentrates on the music from Morrison’s 
golden era and includes all his greatest hits including 
‘Brown Eyed Girl’, ‘Moondance’, ‘Jackie Wilson 
Said’, ‘Bright Side of the Road’ and ‘Baby Please 
Don’t Go’. Van Morrison rarely sings these songs in 
his own shows, so this is the only opportunity you 
may ever get to hear them performed live, in the way 
‘The Man’ originally intended them. 

The Man will be at The Com Exchange, Exeter on 
Saturday, October 20th. 

For more details and to book tickets call the box of¬ 
fice on 01392 665 866 


THE MAN | Phil 
Hambling as 
Van Morrison 


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WARRIORS AT RAMM 

New exhibition explores Native North American warfare 

VISITORS to Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM) will be fas¬ 
cinated by a new exhibition exploring the world of Native North American 
warfare and ritual through the material culture of Plains Indians between 1800 
and the present. 

A British Museum touring exhibition, Warriors of the Plains: 200 years of 
Native North American honour and ritual includes exceptional examples of 
regalia: feather headdresses, shields, moccasins, painted hides, pipes, toma¬ 
hawks, and traditional and contemporary dress. Although many of these items 
may seem initially familiar from popular culture, the exhibition uncovers the 
deeper ritual significance of these iconic objects. The legacy of the warrior so¬ 
cieties is also examined, revealing how crucial they are in the maintenance of 
tribal identity among Plains Indians today. 

RAMM is the only museum in the Southwest and one of only four venues 
nationally to host Warriors of the Plains. 

The free exhibition is open now and can be seen until Sunday, January 13th 
2013. 

A local response to the exhibition is being sought from veterans and members 
of the armed forces. Their experience in the military gives them particular in¬ 
sight to the personal codes that have guided combat across centuries, conti¬ 
nents and cultures. Entitled Once a Warrior the resulting digital display will 
be included in the exhibition from 12 October reflecting these West Country 
military perspectives in art and in recorded interviews. 

The exhibition is accompanied by two talks on Wednesday, November 21st: 

• Lunchtime talk - Dr Stephanie Pratt, Associate Professor of Art History at 
Plymouth University, will discuss visual representation of Plains peoples in 
American and European art. 

• Afternoon talk - Max Carocci, Project Curator in the Department of Africa, 
Oceania and the Americas at the British Museum and curator of the Warriors 
of the Plains exhibition, will talk about continuities and changes in traditional 
approaches to war from warriors to soldiers. 

Both talks will cost £4.50 and tickets will be available from the Museum re¬ 
ception during opening hours in October, call 01392 265858. 


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www.axminster-today.co.uk 


Tuesday September 25th 2012 £ 


Andreas Boyde 
returns to Honiton 


ONE of the problems in presenting a 
pianist of great talent, is that there are 
so many artists who are described in 
extravagant terms that the words can 
be meaningless and not to be taken 
seriously. 

However, Andreas' first appearance 
here in Honiton, last November, was 
indeed a 'night to remember'. A well 
known local pianist, it is said, went 


home to his wife lamenting, “I'm 
going to chop up my piano and cut off 
my hands!” 

Andreas is a pianist of exceptional 
talent whose playing makes the hairs 
stand-up on the back of your neck; to¬ 
tally engaging, his artistry and virtu¬ 
osity is mind-blowing. 

We can experience this artist again 
in Honiton at his Recital on Septem¬ 
ber 29th, at 7.30pm in 
St. Paul's Church. He 
will be playing a su¬ 
perb Steinway Con¬ 
cert Grand. His 
programme includes 
works close to his 
heart, which he 
recorded with his dear 
friend, Joanna Leach, 
for her Athene label - 
Mussorgsky's Pic¬ 
tures at an Exhibition 
and Ravel's Miroirs. 
This 5-star CD will be 
on sale at his Recital. 

Following the 
BSO's concert in St. 
Paul's, Andreas' ap¬ 
pearance crowns a 
week of wonderful 
music making by ex¬ 
ceptional musicians. 
Such riches, such a 
feast! 


MONSIEUR 100,000 VOLTS | Andreas 
Boyde returns to St Paul’s in Honiton 

Photo by Christian Steiner 



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Jed Grimes to play Jurassic Folk Night 



ALL the way from Geordie land, 
Jed Grimes has a spectacular 
musical pedigree with a charis¬ 
matic quality that shines through 
his music. Coming from that rich 
breeding ground of fine folk 
artists, the North East of Eng¬ 
land, his journey has found him 
as a member of several distin¬ 
guished bands, such as Hedge¬ 
hog Pie (with the Doonans) and 
The Hush (with Bob Fox), and 
many other fruitful collabora¬ 
tions alongside his solo career. 

What can you expect at a Jed 
Grimes concert? How about., a 
fistful of original, unique 
arrangements, great songs with 


wonderful chomses, his precise, 
eclectic and sometimes flamboy¬ 
ant guitar style and his powerful, 
emotive singing. 

With his Geordie insouciance, 
spontaneous interaction with any 
audience, and 
easy confidence 
as a raconteur, Jed 
always entertains 
as well as deliver¬ 
ing a thought-pro¬ 
voking musical 
experience. 

Support on this 
occasion is being 
provided a lovely 
duo, Male and 


Ceri, and Chard’s notable 
folksinger, Nic Parsons, both ac¬ 
claimed regulars at Jurassic Folk 
Singers Nights. 

To witness the artist known as 
“The North-East’s Secret 


Weapon”, be at the Grove, 
Seaton on October 3rd at 
8.15pm. Advance tickets at £5 
are obtainable on the website 
www.eastdevonfolk.org or by 
phoning 01297 20064 


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Diary Dates 

TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 25th 

Exeter: Postcard Collectors meeting at the 
Church Rooms, School Lane, Countess Wear at 
7pm. Opposite the Tally Ho Inn. This month’s 
dealer is Peter Johnson and the talk and 
slideshow is by Julie Blackshaw on 'Myths and 
Legends of the Barnfield TheatreVisitors 
welcome, for more details contact P Baker on 
01404 812589 

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 26th 

Uplyme: Talk 'How hedgehogs can save the 
world (and help in the garden as well)' by Hugh 
Warwick. Members Free, Non Members £2 
Organised by Uplyme and Lyme Regis Horti¬ 
cultural Society. At Uplyme Village Hall from 
7.30pm 

Seaton: Weekly tai chi class for beginngers at 
Seaton Town Hall from 2-3pm. For more de¬ 
tails call 07960 229 726 or 01297 32095 
Axminster: Weekly tai chi class, for beginners. 

At Millwey Community Centre from 7pm-8pm. 
For more details call 07960 229 726 or 01297 
32095 

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 

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 27th 

Axminster: Health & Wellbeing Day at The 
Awareness Centre, Chard Street, Axminster, 
10am-2pm. Refreshments, blood pressure 
checks, free therapy tasters, demonstrations, 
information and more. Free entry. All wel¬ 
come. Proceeds to Axminster's Canned Sun¬ 
shine Project. For more details call 01297 32331 
Beer: Hobby & Craft Fayre at The Dolphin Hotel 
from 11am. Bizzy Fingers Craft Group support¬ 
ing "Force” Cancer Charity. Telephone 01297 
21508 for more details. 

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28th 

Seaton: Seaton Town Social Club at Winstons 
and Macmillan invite you to the biggest coffee 
morning on 28th of September from 11:00 am 
untill 14:00 am. Lets get together and show 
our support to Macmillan's cancer cause. Let’s 
show that we care by having a cup of coffee/ 
tea and a piece of cake only for yl.25! Any ad¬ 
ditional donations are more than welcome! All 
proceeds go to Macmillan! Telephone 01297 
20494 for more details. 

Dalwood: Jumble Sale in Dalwood Village Hall 
at 2pm. Admission 20p. In aid of hall funds. 

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29th 
Beer: Beer Pumpkin Show at 8pm. Grand auc¬ 
tion. Upstairs at Beer Social Club, all entries 
welcome. 

Honiton: Honiton Players and The Reel Mo¬ 
ments Movie Production Group are holding a 
Table Top Sale at the Mackarness Hall from 
9am - 12noon. Tables cost £5, to book a table 
call 01404 47739. 

Seaton: Seaton and Axmouth branch of Cancer 
Researh UK, Jumble Sale at Seaton Town Hall 
from 10am to 1pm. Entrance 30p, children 
under 14 free. Linens, clothes, raffle, bric-a- 
brac, plants,books, cakes, toys and fun for all! 

For more details call 01297 23217 
Axminster: Tom’s Challenge - 24 hour en¬ 
durance run at Axe Valley Community College 
Sports Field. All donations and sponsorship 
for Devon Air Ambulance. Starts at Noon. 

Please come along to support and join in for a 
few laps. Refreshments available. Free park¬ 
ing. 

Axminster: Tom’s Challenge - 24 hour en¬ 
durance run at Axe Valley Community College 
Sports Field. All donations and sponsorship 
for Devon Air Ambulance. Finishes at Noon. 
Please come along to support and join in for a 
few laps. Tom is celebrating his 80th birthday 
and hopes to complete at least 80 kilometres. . 
Refreshments available. Free parking. 

Dalwood near Axminster: Music In the Tucker's 
Arms, Dalwood, Near Axminster, EX13 7EG 
Julie Dunn & Charlotte Storey. For more details 
visit www.juliedunn.co.uk. Tickets £5. Phone 
831280/Kathy 01404 881601 


Tina 01404 


Exciting new dealers at Beaminster 
Antiques and Collectables Fairs 

Fairs are very much still on despite tunnel closure 


MEADOW Fairs wish to inform 
their customers that the Beaminste 
Antiques Fairs are still open on the 
dates as per the advert below. Al- 
thoug hthe road tunnel has been 
closed due to the landslide, there 
are other roads for access to the 


town from the north the A3 5 6 and 
B3163. 

The Beaminster Antiques Fair 
has some exciting new dealers, in¬ 
cluding a large range of small fur¬ 
niture, jewellery, silver English 
and Russian, pictures, textile, 


glass, china etc. 

We have freshly cooked food 
available all day, and easy car 
parking is available close by. 

For more details see the advert 
below or call Nigel on 01297 
24446. 


Stamp club 


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Antiques fairs 


Beaminster Antiques, 
Collectables and Vintage 
Fairs 

Public Hall, Beaminster 

Saturday 6th October 
9.30am - 4.00pm 

Small furniture, Textiles, China, Glass, Silver, 
Jewellery, Books, Pictures etc. 

Upcoming fair: Saturday 17th November 

Home made refreshments 

Enquires: Meadow Fairs 01297 24446 


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Beer: The Standup Poetry Show, the Dolphin 
Hotel, 8pm. Elvis McGonagall (a regular on 
Radio 4’s ’ Saturday Live') and A F Harrold 
bring their hilarious poetry to East Devon. 
Tickets £10 from the hotel on 01297 20068 or 
on the door. Further details on 01297 24157 
(evenings). 

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3rd 

Seaton: Jurassic Folk Guest Night - Jed Grimes 
- Singer from Geordieland. "The North-East's 
secret weapon". At The Grove Nite Club. More 
info 01297 20064 or www.eastdevonfolk.org 

FRIDAY OCTOBER 5th 

Sidmouth: Jeremy Huggett’s Band of Gold play 
the Jazz Weekend at Kennaway House Cellar 
Bar from 8.30pm. Tickets, available now cost 
£9, or £30 for all session over the weekend. To 
book tickets call 078 999 25194. Licensed bar 
and light snacks available. 

Uplyme: Karizma Majorettes Harvest Home 
with auctioneer Jim Rowe, at the Talbot Arms. 

A fabulous array of items up for auction, in¬ 
cluding goods and seasonal produces, sport¬ 
ing memorabilia, tickets and family days out. 

For more details call 01297 33286. 

Seaton: Autumn Souper Lunch for Christian 
Aid at United Reformed Church from 12noon- 
1.30pm. A choice of soup, roll, butter, cheese, 
apple pie and cream, a cuppa, a bargain at 
£3.50! Fairtrade and bring-and-buy stalls. 

SATURDAY OCTOBER 6th 
Sidmouth: West Country All Stars play the Jazz 
Weekend at Kennaway House Cellar Bar from 
8.30pm. Tickets, available now cost £12.50, or 
£30 for all session over the weekend. To book 
tickets call 078 999 25194. Licensed bar and 
light snacks available. 

Ottery St Mary: Ottery St Mary Gardening 
Club presents Toby Buckland - gardener, tv 
presenter and author. Toby will give a talk 
about 'Flowers’ - planning and planting for 
continuous colour. At The Institute, 7pm start. 
Tickets £7 non-members, £5 members. 

Groups of 10+ £5 each. For tickets and more 
information please call 01404 815082. 

Seaton: Seaton Lions Table Top Sale at the 
Town Hall from 9.30am-12noon. Tables £6, to 
book a table or for more details call 01297 
24330. 

SUNDAY OCTOBER 7th 

Seaton: Table Top Sale at Seaton Town Hall, 
9am-2pm, call 01297 23591 for more details. 
Sidmouth: Pete Allen’s Traditional Jazz Seven 
play the Jazz Weekend at Kennaway House 
Cellar Bar from 3pm. Tickets, available now 
cost £13.50, or £30 for all session over the 
weekend. To book tickets call 078 999 25194. 
Licensed bar and light snacks available. 
Axminster: The Minster Challenge Run. A multi 
terrain running event starting at The Axe Val¬ 
ley Community College. Main run 7 miles 
10.00am, fun run 3 miles 10.15am. Details and 
application forms from college website 
www.axevalley.devon.sch.uk community 
section or from reception 

TUESDAY OCTOBER 9th 

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 Had- 
field. 

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. 

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PROPERTY VIEW 


www.axminster-today.co.uk 


Tuesday September 25 2012 


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Wonderful individual four bedroom detached house in Beer 


SITUATED in the charming fishing village of Beer under 
half a mile from the sea front, the property is a wonderful 
individual detached house built by local builders Dack & 
Sons. 

There are large rooms throughout comprising 4 double 
bedrooms, en suite shower room, family bathroom, 21' 
sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, pantry, 
utility and cloakroom all with gas central heating and 
double glazing. 

The gardens to both the front and rear of the property 
are enclosed and offer a combination of sloping terraced 
lawns and private south facing patios. There is also park¬ 
ing for a number of vehicles. 

This charming property is on the market for £425,000. 

For further information or to make an appointment to 
view, please contact Lawrence Residential on 01297 
22186 


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NEW BUSINESS PARK AT 
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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 
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I Tuesday September 25 2012 www.axminster-today.co.uk 

Property Of the Week 


PROPERTY 

ADVERTISING 

call 01297 446158 


KILMINGTON - £369,950 



A VERSATILE 3 Bedroom Semi Detached Property With 
Attached 1 Bedroom Annexe, Situated Within The Popular 
Village Of Kilmington, Just Off The Village Green. The 
Property Benefits From Oil Fired Central Heating, Double 
Glazing, Off Street Parking And Rear Gardens Extending To 
Approx. 110ft. Subject To An EDDC Housing Restriction. 
Situated just off the Village Green of Kilmington enjoying a 
rear garden extending to approximately 110ft, this versatile 
3 bedroom semi detached ex-local authority property with 
attached 1 bedroom annexe has much potential. A viewing 
is highly recommended to appreciate all this property has to 
offer. The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance hall, 
newly fitted kitchen, lounge, 3 bedrooms, the master with a 
walk-in dressing room/storage area and family bathroom. 
The annexe, with its own entrance, briefly comprises; 
kitchen, entrance hall, lounge and bedroom with en suite. 
To the front and side of the property is the off street parking 
area, lawn with a mature bed of flowering shrubs, and the 


oil tank concealed by a screen. To the front of the property 
is an enclosed lawn area with a small stream running along 
the front boundary, a bank encloses the garden from the lane. 
A path leads from the front around the side of the property 
providing access to the house and the annexe and via a 
pedestrian gate to the rear gardens. 

The rear garden has been made into two areas, the first meas¬ 
uring approx 12.55m (41 '2) x 9m (29'6), is mainly laid to 
patio with some lawn and beds of mature shrubs and plants, 
enclosed by fencing and houses a wooden garden shed and 
summer house. A gravel path leads to a picket fence, through 
trellised archway to the second area, measuring approx 
21.50m (70'6) x 11.95m (39'2), mainly laid to lawn, again 
enclosed by panelled fencing and enjoying mature shrubs 
and trees and housing various garden sheds. 

For more information please call Mckinlays on 01297 
631199. 


AXMOUTH, SUPERB FOUR BEDROOM CHARACTER HOME IN A 
SUPER SECLUDED VILLAGE SETTING. £575,000. 



A SUPERB and most appealing thatched character four bed¬ 
room home constructed in 1999 to a very high specification 
and located in an idyllic setting on the edge of an estuary vil¬ 
lage and only a short level distance from Axmouth harbour 
and the sea. 

This house was constructed in a period farmhouse style, with 
features including, a local stone front elevation, timber dou¬ 
ble glazed windows, stained architraves, skirting’s and cot¬ 
tage style doors, ceiling beams and an inglenook style 
fireplace to the living room. 

This most delightful property is surrounded by attractive 
landscaped gardens and grounds approaching a quarter of an 
acre and the secluded location close to the centre of the vil¬ 
lage benefits from attractive outward views over an area of 
natural beauty. The thriving village of Axmouth features a 
fine collection of listed properties and has two well known 


Inns with restaurants and a local church. The village is also 
close to Seaton and Colyton for everyday sopping and su¬ 
permarkets and of course to the renowned Colyton Grammar 
school. 

The accommodation includes good sized living room, sepa¬ 
rate dining room, study, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room 
and cloakroom on the ground floor with the first floor com¬ 
prising four double bedrooms, master en suite, en-suite 
shower to bedroom two and family bathroom. There are 
ample television, telephone and power sockets and a mains 
smoke detection system. The roof ridge was replaced 18 
months ago and there is a thatch survey. The driveway pro¬ 
vides ample additional parking and there is a detached 
garage/workshop. 

For more information or to view this property contact John 
Wood & Co on 01297 20290. 


SEATON - £357,500 




A DETACHED 3-4 bedroom bungalow, on the Western 
side of town in a quiet cul-de-sac with lovely Sea and 
Countryside views. 

The property has been recently extended and upgraded and 
the accomodation includes - Lounge, Dining Room, 
Kitchen, Master bedroom with en-suite shower room and 
dressing room, 2 further bedrooms, Study/bedroom 4, 
Family bathroom, Garage, Parking. Viewing highly rec¬ 
ommended. 

Fortnam Smith and Banwell 01297 23939 



CHERRY TREE ROAD - £184,950 



A WELL Presented Modern 3 Bedroom Semi Detached 
Family Home, With Enclosed Rear Garden, Parking And 
Garage. Located In A Popular Residential Area Close To 
The Schools And Town Centre. 

The property benefits from the remainder of a 10 year NHBC 
warranty, gas fired central heating, uPVC double glazing, en¬ 
closed rear garden with decked patio, greenhouse, parking 
and garage. The accommodation briefly comprises: Entrance 
hall, separate w.c., open plan kitchen/diner enjoying uPVC 
glazed doors opening out onto the rear garden. Master bed¬ 
room with en suite, 2 further bedrooms and family bathroom. 
The delightful open frontage of the property is mainly laid 
to lawn with a mature flowerbed with an abundance of 
shrubs and bedding plants along the front of the property. 
Low level hedging divides the lawn from the neighbouring 
property. The property benefits from an attached garage 


measuring approximately 5.40m (17'9) x 2.59m (8'6), with 
an up and over door, power, lighting and parking space in 
front. A pathway leads from the front to a wooden pedestrian 
gateway providing access via steps to the rear enclosed gar¬ 
den. 

The rear garden measuring approximately 10m (32'10) x 5m 
(16'5) overall can also be reached via the patio doors from 
the dining area and is enclosed by a combination of wall and 
fencing. Mainly laid to gravel with a decked patio area the 
garden enjoys a mature flower bed filled with an array of 
shrubs and flowering plants and further bushes, lavender and 
fuchsia plants at the far end. There is also the benefit of a 
green house, water butt and outside tap. Steps lead down 
from the rear garden joining the pathway leading to the front. 
For more information please call Mckinlays on 01297 
631199. 

















































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Simply Stunning Weddings 
at Kingston Maurward 


KINGSTON Maurward’s winter 
Wedding Fair takes place on Sun¬ 
day 14th October and promises to 
be the one-stop shop for every 
bride and groom to be. 



With the ultimate wedding in 
mind, Kingston Maurward plays 
the perfect host to every aspect of 
the wedding process. 

Everyone from photographers, 
transport and jewellers, to bridal 
wear, flowers and cake designers 
will be there to book on the day. 

Discover the tranquil, peaceful 
and intimate setting, beautifully 
situated with a scenic lake, exten¬ 
sive lawns and formal gardens pro¬ 
viding the ideal backdrop to a 
wonderful day. 

Plus, there’s an exclusive chance 
to win a wedding ceremony at 
Kingston Maurward - come along 
to the wedding fair, enter the prize 
draw, and win a wedding ceremony 
worth over £600* at Kingston 
Maurward. 

Doors are open 10.30-3.30pm 
and admission is £3.50 per person 
with a complimentary drink on ar¬ 
rival. Go to www.kmc.ac.uk/wed- 
dings for more information. 

* Registrar fee still applies 



Cookshop 

Wendy's Cookshop is situated in the 
heart of Honiton High Street. We 
offer a fabulous range of kitchen 
equipment, textiles, gifts and local pot¬ 
tery. We love to bake and are con¬ 
stantly increasing our range of baking 
products. We also stock jam making 
equipment, jam jars, preserving jars 
and bottles. Contemporary and tradi¬ 
tional kitchen equipment, fantastic 
gadgets and gorgeous pottery. Design, 




function and style are paramount in 
the kitchen, being unique is funda¬ 
mental to Wendy's Cookshop. Open 
Monday - Saturday 9.00am - 5.30pm 
01404 45940 info@wendyscook- 

shop.co.uk @wendycookshop Wendy's 
Cookshop, 96 High Street, Honiton 
EX14 1JW 

Wendy’s Cookshop 
Cookery master classes 
13th September - Cupcakes for Every¬ 
one 

27th September - Organic Bread Mak¬ 
ing 

18th October - Soup and Crochet 
Evening 

An evening split into two groups - 
heart -warming soup recipes or crochet 
master class 

15th November - Impressive Party 
Food 




PRIMA Moda Brides of Ilminster, 
owned by fean, has been offering a 
personal and professional service 
for the past eight years. Known for 
their unique choice of gowns and 
the latest designs the business has 
gained a positive reputation 
through the years. 

The shop has a light and airy feel 
with natural light, where brides can 
see the gowns they are trying, 
through to the large mirrored 
changing rooms, where the lighting 
has a totally different feel. Brides 
have been amazed at the difference 
in the lighting when shown this as¬ 
pect. The comfortable seating area 
is a must for the bride’s chosen 
family and friends. 

Working with well known de¬ 
signer gowns fean is the exclusive 
stockist for the Kathy Ireland range 
of wedding gowns. To accessorise 
when the bride has the gowns on 
helps to show the final look. Prima 
Moda Brides stock the veils, tiara 
and shoes from Richard Designs 
and Rainbow Club. 

The windows are changed each 


week again to present the different 
designs and also colours of gowns, 
with many compliments on how 
stunningly the windows are dis¬ 
played and many brides making ap¬ 
pointments just on passing the 
shop. 

Once again Prima Moda Brides is 
well worth a visit and although ap¬ 
pointments are not always neces¬ 
sary it is helpful to get the personal 
service. 

lean welcomes you to experience 
a truly personal and professional 
service, please find us on our web 
site at www.primamodabrides.com 
or tel. 01460 54600 opening times 
10-00 a.m. - 4-00 p.m. 

Sale starts Monday 1st October 
with discounts on orders placed 
and wedding and bridemaids 
dresses reduced. 

There will be an open day on 
Sunday October 28th 
10-00 a.m. - 4-00 p.m. with 
sample gowns to try from the 
new Kathy Ireland and Mon Cheri 
range also with discoimts on 
orders placed. 



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BOLTS hairdressing offer Bridal Hair, Make-Up and 
Nails for the bride and bridal party in salon or at the 
wedding venue. Our fully qualified and experienced 
team offer the bride a thorough initial consultation 
to discuss any ideas with the stylist. A pre-wedding 
hair and make up trial is recommended to eliminate 
any stress where possible; is my hair long enough? 
How will it look? Will it be right on the day? All the 
bride needs to do is sit back, relax and look beauti¬ 
ful! 

A 10% discount is available to the bride and bridal 
party when booking hair, make-up and nails, for 
more information call 01404 44303 or 01297 
32211 


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of Flowers 

W b really do like to do things a bit ditterently at 
the house of flowers and weddings are no differ¬ 
ent. We always try to add a little bit of extra 
magic to make your flowers stand out from the 
norm. For all budgets and all styles we will create 
stunning wedding flowers. We love vintage but 
we also specialise in modern and traditional. 
Flick through our 2012 photo collection and read 
our thanlcyous. previous commissions include 
dozens of tiny vases filled with scented English 
garden roses and fresh herbs, huge fluted vases 



34 Broad Street, Lyme Regis Opposite the cinema 


Bespoke flowers for Weddings 
and Civil Ceremonies 

Telephone 01297 444743 


www.houseofflowerslymeregis.co.uk 
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tumbling with lilies and hydrangea and wooden 
birdcages filled with Jasmine ivy peonies and 
roses. As well as vases in all shapes and sizes, we 
have an ever-growing collection of containers, 
such as vintage jam jars, jugs and teapots, cande- 
labras, glass, zinc, churns All available to hire. 

Free wedding quotes and half price deposits or 
why not come to a bridal workshop and learn 
how to make your own! 

Whether you are entertaining ten guests in a 
cozy restaurant or throwing a lavish party for 350 
,we can come up with lots of ideas and practical 
solutions for your special day with good old fash¬ 
ioned honest pricing. 

We are always keen to help with any kind of 
event and have many contacts in other areas of 
event management. Total customer satisfaction 
is all we aim for. 



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'Candy Cart 

FLYING Saucers? Candy Floss? Aniseed Twists? 

Why not take a trip down memory lane with 
‘The Little Candy Cart’? 

Brimming with scrumptious treats & guaranteed 
to make that special occasion even more memo¬ 
rable. We offer a beautiful vintage Sweet Cart be¬ 
spoke to your chosen colour scheme with a wide 
choice of delicious delights available. We cover all 
areas of Dorset & the South-West with a unique 
and personalised service every time. Prices include 
all colour co-ordinated accessories, glassware, bags 
and set up and take down of the cart -with any left 
over sweets wrapped up for you to keep! 



For those with a less sweet tooth why not try our 
‘savoury’ cart laden with savoury nibbles or for 
those who adore chocolate we can offer a heavenly 
chocolate cart filled with luxurious truffles &l 
chocolate treats! 

Personalised favours, candy floss bags, Table 
Centrepieces and ‘favour cakes’ are also available. 

To find out more about creating your own per¬ 
sonalised sweetie filled package & to receive a free 
quote please contact The Little Candy Cart today! 
We welcome individual requests and will do our 
best to cater to these. 



Traditional Sweet Cart HiiB 

• Beautifully decorated for all occasions 

• Personalised Packages to suit all colol 
schemes, budgets & guest numbers 

• Savoury & Chocolate options 
also available 

W: www.thelittlecandycart.corH 
T: 07792-343708 
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A unique venue set in 14 acres of landscaped gardens and lakes 

Award winning Tithe Barn, chef and service team 

Easy access to A30 and A303 in Somerset 

5 function suites with capacities for 10 - 500 guests 

21 bedroom Georgian Mill House Hotel 

Civil Wedding Licence - indoor and outdoor weddings 

We’re privately owned and will try to cater for your individual requirements 


Special Offers 

Midweek weddings November 1 st 2012 

until April 1 st 2013 from £2999 

A VERY limited offer to first applicants, 

Some weekend dates also available! 

Other packages available for larger or smaller wedding parties! 

Please contact us to find out more! 

(Offer includes Hire of our Tithe Barn, arrival drink, 3 course 
wedding breakfast menu, toast drink and buffet all for 50 guests, 
plus bridal suite) 

Exceptional value for such a special venue. 


www.haselburymill.co.uk • info@haselburymill.co.uk • 01460 77095 

Haselbury Mill, Haselbury Plucknett, Near Crewkerne, Somerset TA18 7NY 






































Wedd in g Dresses 

HI I am Caryl. My family and friends have run 
ABC for 22 years, we have enjoyed helping many 
ladies of all ages and desires dress for their big 
day 

At ABC we have over 400 different designs of 
bridal gowns,bridesmaids dresses, prom and 
evening gowns in up to 90 different colours. 
These are from collections from top designers. 

We have extensive sales rails. 

Upstairs is our bridal boutique we order dresses 
to sell ranging from £295.00 - £1099.00, sizes 
from 8 - 30 in stock and on certain dresses can be 
ordered up to size 40. 

We have several top quality seamstresses avail¬ 
able to alter your dress maximum cost of £75.00. 
So this will make the cost of your dress less than 
any other bridal outlet. As so often they include 
the price of fitting in the overall price of the dress, 
if you need a fitting or not. 

Delivery times vary between 6-16 weeks also 
allow time for alterations. If we are fitting we like 
to fit 8 weeks and hopefully 4 weeks before the 


wedding. However expectant mums and last 
minute weddings are normally fitted 10 days be¬ 
fore the big day. 

We offer a hire service on certain dresses, prices 
vary depending on the dress. 

So if you are looking for a huge choice of gowns, 
Professional service (if we don't know how to help 
ladies after 20 years, we never will!!!), Friendly 
not pushy attitude, Everything you need, we can 
provide (except knickers and vests) Maybe, just 
maybe you should visit us and enjoy this magic 
time. 

Caryl Kendal 


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Come and see us at 
The Posh Frock Show 
Tuesday 23rd October 

at Westlands Leisure Complex 
from 6.30pm 

Bridal, Bridesmaids, MOB, 
Evening Gowns & Prom 
5 South Western Terrace, Yeovil 
Telephone: 01935 313477 



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HAVE the wedding of your dreams with 
Hooke Court’s elegant estate and picturesque 
Grade II listed 14th century manor house as a 
backdrop. The stunning grounds help you 
capture on film some truly magical moments 
that will preserve your memories for a lifetime. 

Hooke Court offers so many wedding day 
choices, whether it’s an intimate occasion for 
20 guests with a candlelit ceremony and recep¬ 
tion in front of a roaring log fire or a mediaeval 
feast for 100 of your friends and family. We 
will help you to plan your day, ensuring that 
you make the most of everything Hooke Court 
has to offer. 


We have 5 different licensed locations within 
the Manor House, Stapleford Lodge and the 
Aelfric Hall giving you the opportunity to cre¬ 
ate a wedding ceremony that reflects your 
style. With exclusive use of Hooke Court you 
can also accommodate your guests overnight, 
before and after the celebrations. 

Ensure all your wishes come true; celebrate 
your wedding at Hooke Court, the perfect 
venue for the biggest day of your life. 

Seeing is believing; contact us now to view 
this fantastic venue for yourself. 

Contact: Ros Tel: 01308 862260 
Email: info@hookecourt.co.uk 



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BEAUTIFUL, romantic gowns from the latest de¬ 
signers abound at Pirouette of Exeter. We’re 
thrilled to present to you the Alice Temperley 
couture bridal collection in the finest silks and 
laces. 

Maggie Sottero and Sottero and Midgely, 
known for their figure-flattering corsetry, have 
introduced a new range of softer, fine lace gowns 
with exquisite necklines and sleeves. Yolan Cris 
(as pictured) create bohemian, vintage style 
gowns in new ‘antique’ lace. All these, and more, 
to delight you at the historic Tudor ‘House that 


Moved’, where you can step back in time and be 
spoilt for choice. 

In Budleigh Salterton, Days of Grace offer gen¬ 
uine antique gowns from the Victorian and Ed¬ 
wardian eras, through to the 1950’s. One-off 
designs, influenced by Down ton Abbey are a 
new addition this season. There’s also a range of 
sample and discontinued designer gowns at very 
special prices. Appointments are advisable at 
both shops and don’t miss the one day sale on 
November 18th at the Buclcerell Lodge Hotel in 
Exeter. 



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PHOTOMAGIC, run by leading South West pho¬ 
tographer, Richard Griffith, is well recognized for 
its leading creative wedding photography. Listen¬ 
ing carefully to your exact wishes, we capture all 
your magic moments to treasure for years to 
come... 

Striving to be vibrant, exciting and different, 
and interacting well with everybody in your party, 
we deliver powerful and memorable images. We 
will go the extra mile to make everybody feel 
comfortable and relaxed, plus do some fun stuff 
to get some arty and spontaneous shots. After all 
- it is your day and our job is to capture it per¬ 
fectly in every way! Richard has 10 years experi¬ 
ence as a wedding photographer and uses top of 
the range Nikon digital equipment, plus back-up 
cameras. 

We plan everything with you well before-hand 
and supply you with sample templates for struc¬ 


turing the order of your day, plus listing all the 
photo’s you want. That way, nothing is left to 
chance....You are assured of a top quality, reliable 
photographic service throughout! 

If you are camera-shy, we can deal with that very 
effectively by offering a free pre-wedding photo¬ 
shoot so that you can become familiar and relax 
(on certain packages). 

Photomagic offer a wide range of bespoke al¬ 
bums and digital books, using the best printers in 
the World, yet our prices remain extremely com¬ 
petitive! All packages include a DVD with free 
electronic rights on all images for your chosen 
package (usually 700 - 1,000 photo’s). We also 
offer DVD slide-shows with music of your choice. 

If you have a set or limited budget, we can work 
with you and tailor a package to suit your needs 
and requirements. We look forward to hearing 
from you! www.photomagic.org.uk 01404 47287 




Weddings at the Alexandra 


WITH stunning views overlooking pretty gar¬ 
dens and Lyme Regis Cobb, this historic venue 
offers the highest standards of accommodation 
and dining. Inside, beautifully styled rooms lend 
themselves to a relaxed and welcoming ambi¬ 
ence, overlooking the wide sweep of Lyme Bay 
and the Jurassic Coast. 

All boasting sea views there are four beautiful 
venues. Choose between an elegant ballroom af¬ 




fair, a light romantic space, an intimate wedding 
by the sitting room fire or even a fairy-tale gar¬ 
den tower. 

Ensure your whole day runs smoothly by ar¬ 
ranging to say your vows and have your Wed¬ 
ding Breakfast all in the same venue. Choose 
from the popular menu showcasing local pro¬ 
duce and suppliers. Whether it be a starter with 
Lyme Bay lobster, main course using lamb from 
a farm only a couple of miles away or a delicate 
dessert made by the in-house pastry chef, the 
Alexandra team make sure your wishes are their 
priority. 

Panoramic views of the sea combined with the 
highest quality food and accommodation. En¬ 
sure your day is remembered for years to come 
at this exceptional and unique venue. 

Alexandra Hotel and Restaurant, Pound 
Street, Lyme Regis, Dorset, DT7 3HZ. Tel: 
01297 442010. events@hotelalexandra.co.uk 
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WEDDINGS AT 
THE ALEXANDRA 

Stunning setting, award winning 
food and attentive service 

Hold your civil ceremony in the 
‘Conservatory’ overlooking the bay, 
followed by Champagne and 
canapes in the garden. 

Have your photos taken on our 
viewing deck with one of Englands 
“Most Romantic Places’’; the Cobb 
Harbour as your backdrop. 

On through to the ‘Restaurant’, 
where our award winning food 
and attentive service await. 

This is just one option - to discuss 
your specific requirements 
please contact us on 

01297 442010 or 
events@hotelalexandra.co.uk 

Pound Street • LYME REGIS 
Dorset 

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An Electric Wedding! 


THE Electric Palace is a fabulous venue for a 
unique wedding party or celebration of any kind, 
with original murals and deco detailing through¬ 
out. The beautiful reception bar is a perfect place 
to greet your guests as they arrive and welcome 
them into your party at the Palace, and a choice of 
wines, cocktails and canapes can be served if de¬ 
sired. Your guests will be charmed by the character 
of what was an old cinema with large painted mu¬ 
rals and drapes. As a live entertainment venue we 
have excellent contacts with every style of band; 



whether you prefer rock & roll, an 80s DJ, soul or 
the charts, we can source the best entertainment 
possible for your budget. We can also take care of 
any technical queries with PA systems and sound 
engineers. A full 11-metre stage with professional 
lighting is the perfect setting for your entertain¬ 
ments and raises the party to an even higher level. 
Your guests can dance on a sprung dancefloor, 
enjoy drinks from two full bars and the cinema 
screen can even act as a personalised back drop 
with photographs of friends and family on a 
slideshow. One happy couple to have celebrated 
their wedding at the Palace said: “We couldn't have 
asked for a venue to more flexible, accommodating 
to all our needs and value for money. We didn't 
have a worry all evening as the staff took care of 
everything. Thank you to everyone at the Electric 
Palace who was involved in our wonderful evening, 
you really made our wedding reception the perfect 
start to married life.” To discuss your wedding 
ideas at the Electric Palace please call 01308 
426336. 




The Electric Palace is a fabulously 
unique setting for weddings with 
original 1920s decor, a reception 
bar & large auditorium for dining 
and dancing. 


We can also arrange for the 
best live music, caterers, florists & 
interior dressing. 

Full mobile bar also available for 
outdoor events. 


To arrange a viewing or discuss your wedding call 

01308 426336 or privatehire@electricpalace.org.uk 


HORNSBURY Mill is a 4 star hotel & wedding venue 
set deep in the heart of Somerset on the A358 be¬ 
tween Taunton and Chard. 

We hold a Civil Wedding Licence, allowing for an 
all-inclusive, custom-made package for your marriage 
or civil partnership, reception, evening party and ac¬ 
commodation. You are offered excellent freedom of 
choice to create the special day of your dreams. 

Our experienced wedding organisers will take you 
through the planning stages and available options and 
will be close at hand to support and guide you on the 
day, leaving you time and energy to concentrate on 
yourselves and your guests. 

Four acres of beautiful, informally landscaped gar¬ 
dens with lake and fountain form the backdrop to this 
delightful location where peacocks, swans and ducks 
are long-term residents making this an ideal venue for 
weddings, special occasions and conferences. 

Wedding fayre November 4th, llam-3pm, FREE 
ENTRY, OVER 30 EXHIBITORS! 01460 63317 
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PROVIDING musical entertainment for weddings, 
parties, businesses, corporate functions, and special oc¬ 
casions of all kinds. 

We are a dynamic young group of professional string 
players, performing upon request as a quartet, trio or 
duo. With an extensive repertoire of classical music and 
many other styles such as pop, jazz and folk, we pride 
ourselves on providing an efficient, friendly and fuss 
free service and on tailoring our programme to suit our 
clients' individual needs. 

We are based in the South West of England and reg¬ 
ularly play in all the southern counties from Cornwall 
to 

Gloucestershire. We travel well, though, so if your 
function is outside this area, please get in touch. 

Special rates are available for evening functions and 
winter seasonal events. 

"You were amazing!! It was the best decision we made 
in booking you. Thank you all so much." Keith and 
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Your smile is one of the features people notice first. A 
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whilst increasing your confidence and creating a lasting 
impression on everybody you meet. Cosmetic Teeth 
Whitening can treat: tea, coffee, cola, red wine, curry, 
tobacco and aging. 

How does it work? This safe and gentle procedure in¬ 
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house is a group of in¬ 
dividual local 

businesses, each of 
which specialises in a 
different element of 
the wedding industry. 

We can offer couples 
services and products 
that can be tailored to 
suit your wedding day 
plans OR we can give 
you a whole host of 
ideas and inspiration 
to help you plan your 
day! 

Our group ethos is to 
provide couples with a 
stress free environ¬ 
ment, surrounded by 
experienced profession¬ 
als, to help make wed¬ 
ding planning a breeze! 

The added advantage 
of working with Wed¬ 
ding Warehouse pro¬ 
fessionals, is that we 
can all work in har¬ 
mony to fully integrate 
all the different ele¬ 
ments of your wed- 
ding. 


and Compass 

The Barn at The Square and Compass 


THE Barn at the 
Square and Compass 
specialises in refined, 
elegant, very relaxing 
weddings. The whole 
day revolves around an 
exceptional good qual¬ 
ity, generous meal, pre¬ 
pared and cooked in 


large, modern restau¬ 
rant kitchens by a 
team of highly profes¬ 
sional chefs, led by 
Janet, one of the own¬ 
ers. 

The venue has hosted 
hundreds of very suc¬ 
cessful weddings and 


has gained a very good 
reputation, particu¬ 
larly in London. They 
can arrange the whole 
day completely or you 
can arrange parts of it 
yourself. 

There is luxury, four- 
star accommodation 
on site, and plenty of 
space for parking and 
camping in the adjoin¬ 
ing field. 

The Barn is commit¬ 
ted to making your 
day as perfect as possi¬ 
ble at a sensible price. 
To book, call 01823- 
480467 or log on to 
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Western Shrubbery Hotel 



THE Best Western Shrubbery Hotel has 
been owned and managed by Stuart & Liz 
Shepherd for almost half a century The 
hotel offers a professional service, in quality 
surroundings and offers extremely good 
value, Over 2500 brides have enjoyed the fa¬ 
cilities of the hotel over the 50 years. 

Each wedding is ‘bespoke’ for each bride 
and groom. There is ample car parking, and 
special rates are given to attendees at the 
wedding for accommodation. 

Our wedding Co-ordinator Ashley Preece 
will be pleased to discuss all your arrange¬ 
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MATT Austin has been working as a Photogra¬ 
pher mainly in the South West of England from 
Lyme Regis, Dorset for the last 11 years.He has 
covered nearly all aspects of Photography in his 
career, working mainly for Press and Magazine 
publications his work has been published in 
Local, Regional, National and International 
publications but he is now focusing on wedding 
and portrait photography for information on 
the packages available please look on the web¬ 
site www.mattaustinimages.photoshelter.com or 
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CATWALK 09 in Ex¬ 
eter is owned by 
Karen & Sue with 
over 30 years of retail 
experience. Since its 
opening in April 


2009, Catwalk 09 
has very quickly 
gained a reputation 
as one of the leading 
bridal and prom dress 
shops in Exeter. 


Here at Catwalk 09, 
you will experience a 
service that is second 
to none, we endeav¬ 
our to get the right 
dress for each indi¬ 
vidual person, as we 
know not everyone is 
the same shape or 
size, what might suit 
one person may not 
always suit another. 

Your wedding is 
probably going to be 
one of the happiest 
and romantic days of 
your life and choos¬ 
ing your wedding 
dress is one of the 




most exciting and en¬ 
joyable parts of your 
wedding prepara¬ 
tions. 

Whether you are 
planning a traditional 
church wedding, a 
civil ceremony in a 
hotel or registry office 
or even a Caribbean 
wedding, Catwalk 09, 
can offer a relaxed at¬ 
mosphere in which to 
find you the dress of 
your dreams be it tra¬ 
ditional, classic or 
contemporary, from 
top designers such as 
Eternity Bride, Art 
Couture, Gino Cer¬ 
ruti & Forever Yours. 

In addition to your 
dress, Catwalk 09 can 
offer dresses not only 
for your Bridesmaids 
but also for the 
Mother of the bride, 
on a one to one basis 
at a time to suit you, 
ensuring you get our 
undivided attention 
making the whole ex¬ 
perience happy, re¬ 
laxed and stress free. 

With all dresses 
from Catwalk 09, we 
offer deposit & pay¬ 
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BRIDAL underwear is as important as the 
gown itself on your wedding day. It is vital 
that you look and feel beautiful on your spe¬ 
cial day, all day. 

At Silk Stocking, we take pride in our stun¬ 
ning bridal underwear which includes Bras, 
Basques, Bodices, a variety of Briefs, Sus¬ 
pender Belts, Hosiery and Bridal Accessories. 

The designs vary from seamless and shape- 
wear to delicately embroidered fancy styles. 
The size ranges from a 28-50 band size and 
AA-K cup size. Favourite brands include FAN- 
TASIE, FAUVE, PANACHE, LEPEL, 
AUBADE, CHARNOS and TRI¬ 

UMPH. 

We have a wide range of wedding lingerie 
catering for all different dress designs. Nowa¬ 
days, bridal gowns as well as bridesmaid 
dresses are made in all shapes. 

Off the shoulder and low back designs are ex¬ 
tremely popular and it is important that sup¬ 
portive lingerie is fitted to flatter each 
individual style. 

Our beautiful and extensive ranges of under¬ 
wear provides sufficient support and shaping 
underneath all garments. With the vast range 
of lingerie available you will also find some¬ 
thing suitably tasteful for your honeymoon. 

A fantastic range of swimwear is kept in 
stock all year round, the miracle suit has 
proved to be very popular " Lose lOlb’s in 10 
seconds!’ Swimsuit, Tankinis and Bikinis 
come in all sizes and with matching acces¬ 
sories and cover ups. 

Make an appointment and bring along your 
wedding outfit to be fitted correctly, whatever 
your size and requirements just walk in for a 
consultation. 

If your desired garment is out of stock Silk 
Stocking can order for you. For further details 
or to make an appointment call 01297 24440. 



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Travel 


THOSE of you seeking out indulgent honeymoon 
escapes, perfect locations to tie-the-knot, romantic 
civil ceremonies and heavenly locations to renew 
your vows. With more than 14 years experience in 
the industry, I am passionate about travel. This will 
be the best holiday you have experienced and I can 
tailor make it to your exact requirements, making 
it as individual as you are. 

Whether you are looking at a romantic break in 
Italy, winter honeymoon in mauritius or something 
more adventurous like Zanzibar, you will get an 
amazing, unforgettable holiday, a fantastic service 
and all at a great value price. 




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WHY not chose the ridgeway at smallridge as 
your wedding venue, set in the east devon con- 
tryside with great views, civil marriages can be 
held in the garden room or rafters, or if you are 
having a church ceremony the Ridgeway is a 
great location for your wedding breakfast or 
party, menus tailor made to suit all pockets call 
Carole or Kevin on 01297 32171 to discuss 
your wishes. 



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Axminster £525 pcm 

A newly refurbished two bedroom first floor apartment in the heart 
of Axminster. Benefiting from newly fitted kitchen and bathroom, 
available early November. Regret no dss or pets. 

01297 32879 


Axminster £585 pcm 

A spacious second floor three bedroom flat, in the centre of town 
with fabulous views over the Axe Valley, with off road parking. 
Available immediately, children considered. 

01297 32879 AXL100028 


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. Pets & children 
considered. 

01297 32879 AXL100013 



Axminster £520 pcm to include council tax 

We have available two single story cottages to rent individually, 
benefiting from kitchen/lounge, double bedroom offered in 
immaculate condition, furnished or un-furnished with parking 
and patio and garden. Available mid October. 

01297 32879 



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 bedrooms with en-suites, plenty 
off road parking, available immediately. 

01297 32879 AXM120294 



Raymonds Hill, Axminster £875 pcm 

The property is a modern three bedroom detached bungalow in a sought after 
area on the outskirts of Axminster. Benefiting from separate lounge and dining 
room, utility room and front and rear gardens, a free standing garage and set 
back from the road makes this an appealing family home. Pets and children 
considered, available early October. 

01297 32879 AXL080022 



Axminster £595 pcm 

A two bedroom terraced house which has been fully renovated to 
a high standard. A level walk from the town centre, the house 
benefits from a small courtyard, Available end of September. May 
suit professional couple, regret no Pets or DSS. 

01297 32879 AXL090030 


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 



Lyme Regis £850 pcm 

A delightful 3 bedroom terraced character house, fully fitted kitchen, set 
in a prime location of Lyme Regis town centre. Pretty rear garden and 
external storage. Available Immediately. 

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PROPERTY VIEW 


FSB Rentals Ltd 


SEATON LYME REGIS CHARMOUTH 

01297 21120 


SEATON £795 PCM 



SEATON £500 PCM 



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RESIDENTIAL LETTINGS 


SEATON £450 PCM 


CHARMOUTH E790PCM 


SEATON £550 PCM 


UPLYME £850 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. 



ONE BEDROOM 
APARTMENT IN 
CONVENIENT 
TOWN CENTRE 
LOCATION, 
LOUNGE, 
KITCHEN, 
FEATURE 
FIREPLACE, 
CLOSE TO 
BEACH 


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3 BED END 
TERRACED 
HOUSE 

FOR 6 MONTH 
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GROUND 
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UTILITY. 
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NO PETS. 



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



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DETATCHED 


CARS + CAR¬ 
PORT, CON¬ 
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ROUSDON £800 PCM 


LYME REGIS £1400 PCM 


BRANSCOMBE £550 PCM 


SEATON £640 PCM 


REFURBISHED 
SECOND FLOOR 
APARTMENT 
WITH VIEWS 
OVER ESTUARY, 
ONE BEDROOM, 
LOUNGE, NEW 
KITCHEN, 
REGRET 
NO CHILDREN 
OR PETS. 



2 BEDROOM 
MEWS HOUSE 
WITH 
EN-SUITE, 
LARGE 
KITCHEN 
DINING 
ROOM, 
LARGE 
FURNISHED 
ATTIC SPACE, 
PARKING, 
CHILDREN & 
PETS 

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BEAUTIFUL GEORGIAN STYLE TOWN HOUSE, 

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LIVING/DINING ROOM, MODERN KITCHEN, 
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GROUND 
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LOUNGE/ 
DINER, 
KITCHEN, 
PARKING, 
CLOSE TO 
VILLAGE PUB 
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countryside! of vnt Axe Yalcy, which is an arcaa d atfsfcandng natural beauty 
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Honiton 

2 bedroom cottage in a courtyard setting in town centre. Sitting 
room, kitchen/dining room, bathroom. G.F.C.H. Allocated parking space. 
No pets/children. Available mid October. 


£550 PCM Web Find: 34253 



Honiton 


3 bedroom semi detached house with garage & parking. Sitting/ 
dining room, kitchen, cloakroom, bathroom. G.F.C.H. Pets/children 
considered. Available beg October. 

£750 PCM Web Find: 49884 


Honiton 

Newly refurbished 2 bedroom house close to town centre. Kitchen, 
sitting room, bathroom. Garden, parking, garage. G.F.C.H. No pets/ 
children. Would suit professional couple. Available now. 

£595 PCM Web Find: 54651 



Feniton 


3 bedroom detached unfurnished bungalow. Sitting room, kitchen, 
dining room, bathroom, master en-suite. Garden, parking for 2. G.F.C.H. 
No pets. Children considered. Available early November. 

£775 PCM Web Find: 53375 


2 double bedroom un/part furnished Grade II Listed terrace 
cottage. Sitting room, kitchen/diner, bathroom, courtyard garden. 
E.N.S.H. Pets/children considered. Available early October. 

£595 PCM Web Find: 55305 



Axminster 

Newly decorated 3 bedroom attached farmhouse. Porch, sitting room, 
kitchen/breakfast room, cloakroom, bathroom. Parking, garden. O.F.C.H. 
Older children considered. Available now. 

£795 PCM Web Find: 51641 



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. Available now. 

£625 PCM Web Find: 34142 

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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). 


Macaulay Close, Honiton £550pcm 

End terraced starter home offering 2 bed 
accommodation in popular residential area. 

The property is presented in good decorative order 
throughout andcomprises: 2 beds, living room, f/f kitchen, 
bathroom, enclosed rear garden, parking for 2 cars. 


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. 


Widworthy Crt. Wilmington £685pcm 

Good size 2 bed apartment on the 2nd floor of 
substantial Georgian manor house situated 
within a ten acre country estate. Long let, no 
pets or smokers. 



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. 


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. 


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. 


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. 


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. 


Millers Way, 
Honiton 

£625pcm 

Good size 2 bed 
terrace minutes 
from town centre. 
The property is 
presented in 
excellent 
decorative order 
throughout and is 
available 
immediately. 
Conditions: 
Pets & childeren 
considered, 

No DSS. 



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SEATON £480 PCM 

A refurbished one bedroom 2nd floor apartment with stunning 
sea views, new fitted kitchen with appliances, lounge with fitted 
carpet, double bedroom and shower room. Economy 7 heating, 


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. 


SEATON £3,500 Per Annum 

A great opportunity with this Retail unit, in a prime position has a fantastic 
display window, high ceiling; Store room and Cloakroom. Flexible lease! 


parking, near the beach. 


Regret no children/pets. 


Garage, shared courtyard and garden 


Viewings strictly by appointment please. 



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. 



SEATON £550 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. 



SEATON £620 PCM 


A spacious 3 bedroom cottage has lounge, fitted kitchen/dining 
room with appliances and french door to a tiny walled patio. 
First floor master bedroom with fitted wardrobe, fully tiled 
bathroom, a single bedroom room. Stairs to second floor double 
bedroom. Gas ch, roadside parking 


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01297 631199 


Westminster House, West Street, Axminster Devon EX 13 5 NX 

Email: axminster@mckinlays.co.uk 
Experienced, Independent, Family Run Estate Agency Covering The Axe Valley 




KILMINGTON £234,950 

Versatile 3 bedroom semi detached ex-local authority property with attached I bedroom annexe. Situated within the popular village of Kilmington just off the Village Green.The property 
benefits from oil fired central heating, double glazing, off street parking and a rear garden extending to approx. I I Oft.The accommodation briefly comprises: entrance hall, newly fitted kitchen, 
lounge, 3 bedrooms, the master with a walk-in dressing room/storage area and bathroom.The annexe with its own entrance briefly comprises kitchen, entrance hall, lounge and bedroom 
with en suite. Off road parking to the front, enclosed gardens to the front and rear. 



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RAYMONDS HILL £438,750 

• Versatile 4 Bedroom Family Home 
With Attached I Bedroom Annexe 

• Private Driveway, Ample Parking, 
Garage/Workshop & Car Port 


• Conservatory, Studio/Garden Room, 
Raised Patio/Terrace 

• Mature Landscaped Gardens 
Extending To Approx. 0.486 Of An Acre 

• Close To The Market Town Of 
Axminster And The Jurassic 
Coastline At Lyme Regis 



LYME ROAD £219,950 

• Detached 2 Bedroom 
Bungalow 

• Close To The Town Centre 


• Currently Under Construction 

• Set Within A Level Plot With 
Parking & Gardens 



CASTLE HILL £84,950 

ATwo Bedroom First Floor Apartment For The Over 55's 


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CHERRY TREE ROAD £188,500 

3 Storey 3/4 Bedroom Terraced Modem Town House With Garage 


HORNSBURY COTTAGES 
£ 195,000 

• 3 Double Bedroom Corner 
Terraced Modern Family House 

• Remainder of an NHBC Warranty 


• Wooden Double Glazing and Gas 
Fired Central Heating 

■ Set On A Corner Plot With Level 
South Facing Enclosed Rear Garden 

• Car Port Parking 



MUSBURY ROAD £299,950 

• Three Double Bedroom 
Detached Bungalow 

• With The Opportunity to 
Custom Finish 


• Level Plot Within Close Proximity 
To Town Centre 

■ Garage, Parking & Southerly 
Facing Garden 

• Currently Under Construction 



ROUSDON ESTATE £369,950 

• An Attached 4 Bedroom, 

2 Reception Room Family Home 

• Individually Designed and Finished 

• SetWithin A Unique And 


Rural Private 350 Acre Country 
Estate On The Jurassic Coast 
* Countryside Views, Level Gardens, 
Patio & Off Street Parking 




MINSTER COURT £184,950 

• Two Bedroom Lower Ground Floor 
Apartment With Separate Access 

• Conveniently Located For The Town 
Centre & Railway Station 


■ Patio Sitting Area 

■ An Age Occupancy Restriction 
Applies To This Property 

■ House Manager And 
Careline Facilities 



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Fortnam 
Smith & Banwell 

01297 23939 

SEATON 

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Offices also available at Lyme Regis and Charmouth 

JULIE WOODING 
Director MNAEA 


L W 4 

TERESA YOUENS 
Senior Negotiator 


SEATON £335,000 


Surprisingly spacious, 3/4 bedroom, detached chalet 
bungalow, located on the western side of the town in a quiet 
cul-de-sac with delightful views. Good sized lounge / dining 
room and a large kitchen/family room. Conservatory. Large 
integral garage. Must be viewed internally. 



A very well presented purpose built, first floor 2 bedroom 
retirement apartment (for over 55's) with Scheme Manager. 
Entrance hall, landing, lounge/dining room, kitchen / breakfast 
room, 2 bedrooms, bathroom, gas central heating, car parking, 
communal gardens and views over the village of Beer with Sea 
Glimpses. 


SEATON £87,500 



This apartment is situated in the heart of Seaton town 
centre and within a short walk to the Seafront and beach. 
Communal entrance hall - entrance hall - open plan 
lounge/kitchen - double bedroom - shower room - part 
double glazing - ideal FTB/investment property. 


SEATON £199,950 



A modern, mid-terrace, 4 bedroom, town house 
conveniently situated within a short walk to the town 
centre and beach. Acc: Entrance hall - kitchen - wc - 
lounge - 4 bedrooms (master ensuite) - bathroom - 
parking - garden - ideal family home/investment property. 


SEATON £98,000 



A one bedroom, 1st floor retirement apartment at Haven 
Court. The development is exclusively for the over-55s 
and was built in early 2002 by McCarthy & Stone. The 
apartment is within a short walk of the seafront and town 
centre. No onward chain. 


SEATON £179,000 



A well presented, semi-detached, 2 bedroom bungalow 
situated in a quiet residential area with garage and 
courtyard garden. The property has two reception rooms 
with the addition of a conservatory to the rear and a 
corner plot garden to the front. 


SEATON £218,000 



A spacious 3 bedroom, 2 reception room end of terrace family 
home situated within close proximity to all amenities and 
beach. The front garden is laid to gravel and provides off road 
parking for 2/3 vehicles. A further feature of this property is 
the large, level rear garden. No onward chain 


SEATON £240,000 



Primrose Way is a 3/4 bedroom detached family 
home built approx 20 years ago and offers flexible 
accommodation. The garage has been converted to 
create a further room/bedroom. South easterly facing 
garden and off road parking. 


SEATON £99,950 



Extremely well presented, character 1 bedroom 
apartment situated right in the heart of Seaton town 
centre within easy reach of the sea and esplanade, with 
good sized rooms and some views over Windsor 
Gardens. 


SEATON £255,000 



A well presented detached 2 bedroom bungalow situated on the 
sought after Western side of the town and only a short 10 minute 
walk to the Sea Front and Town centre. Accommodation: lounge, 
kitchen/breakfast room, two double bedrooms, conservatory, 
bathroom/wc, attached garage, parking, beautiful landscaped 
gardens. No chain. 



SEATON £225,000 



Freehold commercial shop and maisonette in prime 
trading area of Seaton. Large retail area and storage 
with rear courtyard. Sizeable 3 bedroom maisonette 
over two floors above. Must be viewed internally. 


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SEATON £65,000 



1 bed ground 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. 


SEATON £149,950 



Two bedroom end terraced modern house situated in a 
cul-de-sac location on a popular housing development on 
the outskirts of town. Ideal first time or investment buy. 


Two car parking spaces. Internal viewing essential. 


SEATON £269,500 



A substantial freehold commercial premises with 
maisonette over in a prime trading position. The 
accommodation comprises: restaurant/takeaway - 
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Barnards Farm, Beer £130,000 

■ Attractive sheltered apartment ■ Sealed unit double glazing 

■ Delightful landscaped gardens 

■ Resident House Manager 

■ Ideal Retirement purchase, 
exclusively for the over 55's 


■ Two bedrooms 

■ Living room with open outlook 

■ Fitted kitchen 

■ Superbly refitted shower room 

■ Gas central heating 



Barnards Farm, Beer 

■ Attractive sheltered apartment 

■ Two bedrooms 

■ Living room with open outlook 

■ Fitted kitchen 

■ Coloured bathroom suite 

■ Highly convenient location 


£105,000 

■ Ideal retirement purchase, 
exclusively for the over 55's 

■ Gas central heating and 
uPVC double glazing 

■ Delightful landscaped gardens 

■ Resident house manager 



Chapel Street Axmouth £235,000 


■ Three bedrooms 

■ Modern country kitchen 

■ Lounge 

■ Bathroom 

■ Separate WC 


I Enclosed Rear Garden 
l Parking for several cars 

■ Village location 

■ Solid Fuel Central Heating 

■ Upvc Double Glazing 



Clapps Lane, Beer 

■ Attractive end of terrace house 

■ Three good sized bedrooms 

■ Useful attic room/studio 

■ Peaceful, convenient location 

■ Gas central heating & 
sealed unit double glazing 

■ Enclosed courtyard with 
covered loggia/seating area 


£235,000 


■ Spacious open plan living area 
comprising a sitting area & good 
sized kitchen/diner 

■ Off road car parking for one 
vehicle 

■ Elevated, interesting terraced 
rear garden 

■ Useful utility/laundry room J 


Higher Axmouth, Axmouth 


£310,000 



l Three good sized bedrooms 
I Ideal Family Home 
I Large 'L' shaped Lounge/ 
Dining Room 


l Double aspect kitchen 
l Study 

I In need of modernisation 
l Single Garage and driveway 


I Oil Fired Heating 
l Lovely Village Location 
I Large, sloping Rear Garden 



Park Road, Beer 


■ Spacious family house 

■ Peaceful village location 
with open views 

■ Four bedrooms 

■ Living room with open fire 

■ Good sized dining room 

■ Gas central heating 


£350,000 


■ Sealed unit double glazing 

■ Stunning kitchen / 
breakfast room 

■ Corner plot, attractive 
lawned gardens 

■ Detached double garage / 
outbuilding with scope to 
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Maple Close, Seaton 


£ 220,000 



l Detached, three bedroomed house 
I Lounge with solid wood flooring 
I Light, modern kitchen/diner 
I Upvc sunroom at rear 


l Pretty, enclosed rear garden 
l Attached single garage 
I Gas central heating and Upvc 
double glazing 


l Close to local bus routes 
I Private driveway with parking for 
several cars 

l Located in a popular residential location 



Barnards Hill Lane, Seaton £235,000 


■ Detached Chalet Bungalow 

■ Spacious, Double Aspect Lounge 

■ Two or Three Bedrooms 

■ Modern Kitchen 

■ Modern Bathroom and Ensuite 
| Shower Room 


■ Enclosed Level garden 

■ Axe Valley and Cliff Views 

■ Single Detached Garage 

■ Off Road Parking for Several Cars 

■ Close to bus routes 


Scalwell Mead, Seaton 


£192,000 




■ Semi-detached bungalow 

■ Two bedrooms 

■ Spacious Lounge 

■ Modern fitted kitchen 


■ Dining Room 

■ Gas central Heating 

■ Upvc Double Glazing 


■ Single garage and driveway 
with parking for several cars 

■ South facing, enclosed garden 

■ Quiet Location 



Clapps Lane, Beer 

I Substantial 1930's 
semi-detached house 
I Four double bedrooms 
I Very flexible accommodation 
over three floors 
I Family bathroom & three 
shower rooms 


£319,950 


I Well presented throughout 
with gas central heating 
I Characterful living room & 
separate dining room 
I Excellent, contemporary kitchen 
I Good sized south facing, 
enclosed garden . 



£55,000 


■ Recently updated apartment with 
spectacular sea views 

■ A spacious Lounge with Bay windows 

■ Fully fitted, modern Kitchen 


■ Two double bedrooms 

■ Upvc Double Glazing 

■ Gas central heating 

■ Allocated parking space at rear 


■ 50% share of the freehold 

■ Close to local Amenities 

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Two bedrooms 
Open plan 
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Sealed unit double glazing 
Off road parking 
Well fitted kitchen 


■ Views over countryside & 
communal garden areas 

■ Excellent re-fitted white 
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■ Good investment opportunity 

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Seaton £95,000 


A well presented, top floor, one bedroom flat situated close 
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Rousdon £78,000 

Located in a popular rural holiday park not far from the 
coast this two bedroom detached holiday lodge could prove 
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Uplyme £460,000 

A beautifully and well appointed detached thatched four 
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Seaton £225,000 

A modern, three bedroom detached home situated on a cor¬ 
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Seaton £285,000 


A beautiful three storey, four bedroom period town house built in 
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Seaton £164,500 

An exceptional two bedroom terraced home that has 
been completely updated by the present owner to a very high 
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Seaton £189,995 

A well presented two bedroom semi-detached bungalow 
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A well presented top floor two bedroom apartment, enjoying 
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Seaton £150,000 

A three bedroom 5th floor apartment which is in need of 
some updating. The property enjoys stunning sea views. 



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 £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 
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A two bedroom flat, within a alarge period town house 
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Seaton £187,500 

A three bedroom end of terrace home presented to the mar¬ 
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Colyford £595,000 

A substantial 4 bedroom home, situated in the village of Colyford, 
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Enjoying fantastic views across the adjoining countryside this well presented and largely 
extended 3 bedroom detached bungalow occupies a secluded spot with gardens extending 
to almost 1 acre. The accommodation comprises entrance hall, 24’ x 17’ triple aspect living 
room with woodburnerand countryside views, fitted kitchen, utility/sun room, 3 double 
bedrooms, bathroom, detached double garage, ample parking, large gardens comprising level 
lawn, vegetable plot and copse £425,000 


WILLHAYES PARK 






A semi- detached bungalow located in a highly sought after area benefiting from a recently 
modernised kitchen and bathroom and offered for sale with no onward chain. 

The well presented accommodation comprises entrance hall, fitted kitchen, conservatory, 
living room, 2 bedrooms with built in wardrobes, new bathroom, single garage, long driveway, 
v level front and rear gardens £170,000 S 


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This spacious detached 3 bedroom bungalow offers great business potential as it benefits from 
two large outbuildings, garages and an office. In all the property comprises entrance hall, 
lounge, kitchen / breakfast room, dining room, 3 double bedrooms, large bathroom, enclosed 
mature gardens to the front, side and rear, single garage, double garage, two large workshops 
V (circa 1 800 sq ft), office and ample parking £395,000 y 


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Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac location this well presented semi-detached bungalow would ideally 
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rear garden. Accommodation comprises: storm porch, hallway, lounge/dining room, new fitted 
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A well presented detached 2 bedroom bungalow situated within walking distance of the town 
centre in a favoured cul-de-sac location. Accommodation comprises entrance hall, kitchen, 
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A semi detached bungalow offering 2 double bedrooms, countryside views and off road parking 
located within walking distance of the town centre. The accommodation comprises entrance 
hall, living room affording countryside views, kitchen / breakfast room, 2 double bedrooms, 
bathroom, attached single garage, front and rear gardens, off road parking, gas fired central 
v heating and double glazing. £164,950 y 


KILMINGTON 


In need of some modernising this well planned and spacious 5 bedroom detached house 
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Worthy of particular mention is the level and private rear gardens. 
Accommodation comprises: entrance porch, hallway, cloakroom, lounge, dining room, kitchen, 
< 4 bedrooms, bathroom & garage. £315,000 . 


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A detached 3 double bedroom bungalow in need of updating enjoying a convenient town centre 
cul-de-sac location and offered for sale with no onward chain comprising porch, spacious entrance hall, 
double aspect living room affording views, dining room with views towards the Minster church, kitchen, 
3 double bedrooms, purpose built wet room, separate wc, front, side and rear gardens, single garage, 
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Enjoying outstanding far reaching countryside views over the AxeValley and to the coast at Seaton. 
This individual detached house occupies a plot of half an acre. The largely extended 
accommodation comprises: Entrance lobby, Hallway, Cloakroom, Lounge with fireplace, 

Dining room, Study, Bespoke kitchen with electric Aga, Utility room, Garden room, 3 Double bedrooms, 
En-suite shower and Bathroom, Garage/ample parking. Worthy or special mention is the well tended and 
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Occupying an outstanding plot with delightful landscaped gardens. This extended detached 
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Accommodation comprises: covered porch, reception hall, lounge, dining room/bedroom 
3, kitchen/breakfast room, 2 bedrooms, bathroom, separate cloak room, garage, 
garden room & timber greenhouse. £365,000 


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An immaculate 4 bedroom detached house with adjoining annexe enjoying far reaching views across the 
Axe Valley and with grounds extending to approximately 1 1/2 acres. This spacious and versatile 
property benefits from entrance hall, cloakroom, living room, dining room, conservatory, newly fitted 
kitchen / breakfast room, utility room, study, 2 en-suite bedrooms, 2 further bedrooms, bathroom, 
double garage, studio. The Annexe comprises conservatory, kitchen, living room, bedroom, 

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An attractive detached bungalow located in a convenient and level position 
approximately one mile from the town centre and beach. The accommodation 
includes living room, kitchen, dining room/bedroom 3, two further bedrooms and 
a family bathroom. Gardens. Detached garage and parking. 

Seaton, Attractive Detached Bungalow. £220,000 



An attractive, well presented semi detached home with views over the cricket 
fields and to the hills beyond the Axe Valley. The accommodation includes living 
room, dining room and refitted kitchen, three bedrooms and a bathroom. The loft 
has been partly fitted out as a hobbies/storage area. Enclosed gardens, garage 
and parking. GFCH. DG. 

Seaton, Well Presented Semi Detached Home. £219,995 



An attractive three bedroom detached Bungalow in a quiet cul de sac 
on the popular Govers Meadow development and just a short level distance 
from the centre of Colyton.The accommodation includes kitchen/dining room, 
living room, three bedrooms, bathroom and separate cloakroom. 

Enclosed gardens. Garage and parking. 

Colyton, Attractive Detached Bungalow. £269,950 


A delightful thatched 4 bedroom home 
constructed in 1999 to a high 
specification. Comprising living room, 
separate dining room, study, 
kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and 
cloakroom on the ground floor with the 
first floor comprising four double 
bedrooms, master en suite, en-suite 
shower to bedroom two and family 
bathroom. Parking and garage/workshop. 

Axmouth, Superb Thatched Home. £575,000 



An attractive period former 
farmhouse now run as a successful 
Bed & Breakfast business. 
Comprising four en-suite letting 
rooms, two one bedroom self 
catering cottages and owners 
accommodation. Extensive area of 
gravelled parking and enclosed 
garden at the rear. 

Colyford, Attractive Bed & Breakfast. £435,000. 



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. 

Seaton, Detached Bungalow. £399,950 




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A most attractive town house 
located on the seafront having 
stunning views over Lyme Bay 
towards Portland, Axe Cliff, 
Beer Head and the beach. 
Comprising kitchen/dining room, 
living room, study, master en-suite 
and 2 further bedrooms. Garage, 
parking and gardens. DG. GFCH. 
Stunning Views. £315,000 


A detached two bedroom bungalow 
located in a quiet cul-de-sac on the 
outskirts of Seaton in a convenient 
location for the town centre amenities 
and the beach. The accommodation 
includes a good sized living room 
opening out to a brand new conservatory, 
kitchen, two bedrooms and wet room. 
Garage, gardens and parking. 

Seaton, Attractive Detached Bungalow. £224,950 




A rare opportunity to purchase a 
superb and delightful Beer stone 
cottage located in an outstanding 
semi rural valley location on the 
outskirts of Beer and with the 
benefit of gardens and parking. 
Comprising lounge, kitchen/dining 
room, 3 double bedrooms, 
Courtyard gardens and parking. 


Beer, Character Terraced Cottage. £299,950 


An attractive two bedroom attached 
house in a quiet cul-de-sac overlooking a 
open space to the front and sea views 
available to the rear. The accommodation 
includes 2 double bedrooms, and a 
bathroom on the first floor, with the 
ground floor comprising sitting room, 
family / garden room and kitchen. En¬ 
closed gardens to front and rear. Garage 
en bloc. Further extensive road parking. 

Seaton, Attached House with Sea Views. £184,950 


An attractive detached bungalow located 
in a convenient and level position 
approximately one mile from the town 
centre and beach. Comprising a good 
sized living room, fitted kitchen with 
appliances, 3 bedrooms, one presently 
used as a study, bathroom with separate 
w.c. Attached single garage. Further 
parking. Attractive enclosed rear garden. 

Seaton, Attractive Detached Bungalow. £224,950 


A beautifully presented stone fronted period 
terraced home located close to the centre of 
Beer and the beach. The accommodation 
includes entrance hall, superb living/dining 
room, garden conservatory, fitted kitchen 
and ground floor shower room, with the first 
floor comprising two double bedrooms, a 
single bedroom and a family bathroom. At 
the rear is an enclosed courtyard and steps 
rise to a terraced garden. 

Beer, Superb Terrace Home. £279,950 





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 most attractive three bedroom 
mid terrace house built by Cavanna 
Homes approximately 7 years ago. 
The accommodation also includes 
cloakroom, living room, kitchen 
/dining room, master en suite and 
family bathroom. Gardens. Garage 
and parking space. 
Seaton, Attractive Terraced House. £215,000 




A spacious second floor flat facing 
south and within a short level 
distance of the town centre. 
Well proportioned, the 
accommodation includes lounge, 
kitchen, two double bedrooms, 
bathroom and separate wc. 

No onward chain. Ideal investment 
opportunity. 

Seaton, Facing South Close To The Sea. £109,950 



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Offering flexible and versatile accommodation this chalet style bungalow is situated in 
one of Seaton's premier residential locations. Much improved by the current owners 
the property features Upvc double glazing, gas central heating, 3/4 bedrooms, 
1/2 reception rooms, bathroom and 1st floor shower room, enclosed gardens and 
garage. 

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COLYTON £625,000 

Nestled within the peaceful countryside, this beautiful detached barn conversion is within 
walking distance to the picturesque town of Colyton. The conversion was sympathetically 
designed by the current owners with great care and consideration to its natural surroundings 
incorporating modern touches within a typical cottage theme. With four bedrooms and four 
reception rooms, the property is also very flexible and includes an annexe with its own parking 
and garden. The garden has been landscaped to provide several areas for planting or 
al fresco dining. There is a large area to the top of the garden with a summer house giving 
stunning panoramic views of the surrounding and distant countryside. 

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BEER £245,000 


In need of some modernisation, this three bedroom house is ideally suited to investors 
or anyone looking for a project. The property also gives buyers the opportunity to live 
in the picturesque village of Beer. Within walking distance to the village centre and the 
popular beach, this property must be seen to in order to appreciate the opportunity 
available. 

Seaton 01297 24224 



SEATON £275,000 


This detached four bedroom property really does have to be seen in order to appreciate the accommodation provided. 
With a beautifully fitted kitchen with dining area, a light and spacious lounge and en-suite shower rooms to the master 
and guest bedrooms. Viewing is highly recommended by the sole agent. 

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SEATON £395,000 

A unique individually designed bungalow occupies a quiet cul de sac location within easy reach of both the town and 
seafront. The most striking feature is a semi circular kitchen/Dining room which enjoys Sea Views. Other features include 
a conservatory, Master Bedroom with full en-suite, Lounge, Double height garage and private gardens. The property is 
being sold with benefit of early vacant possession. 



COLYTON £415,000 

This unique detached property really does have to be seen in order to appreciate the accommodation provided. Although 
spread over three floors, the levels are staggered to make a cosy yet large property. The feature room is a beautiful 
lounge with bar area and double doors leading out to a large decking area perfect for entertaining or just enjoying the 
views over the local countryside and village. With six bedrooms, two reception rooms and a swimming pool, viewing is 
highly recommended by the sole agent. 

Seaton 01297 24224 





COLYFORD OIEO £300,000 

Situated in a semi-rural location on the edge of this popular East Devon village. This detached chalet style house is in 
need of a little modernisation yet offers spacious and flexible living. With three bedrooms, master en-suite, three reception 
rooms and an entrance conservatory, viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the accommodation provided. The 
front of the property also enjoys a very sunny southerly aspect. 

Seaton 01297 24224 


SEATON £85,000 

This attractive second floor apartment located within close proximity of Axmouth Harbour, the Sea Front and Seaton 
town centre. The accommodation features a lounge, kitchen/dining room, bedroom and shower room. Early vacant 
possession available. 

Seaton 01297 24224 





COLYTON £220,000 


Enjoying a good sized rear garden and countryside views this link detached house is an ideal family home. The property 
situated within a popular cul-de-sac offers easy access to Colyton and the surrounding seaside towns along the Jurassic 
Coast. 

Seaton 01297 24224 



SEATON £170,000 

This exceptionally well presented, and much improved second floor apartment, offers stunning sea views spanning 
across to the Beer Head coastline. The property features a luxury fitted kitchen, shower room, lounge and dining room 
plus an enclosed balcony. The building has a lift and stairs to all floors and there is an allocated undercover parking 
space in a communal garage to the side. 

Seaton 01297 24224 



COLYFORD £310,000 


This individual chalet style home enjoys a unique location on the edge of popular East Devon village, the property 
features one ground and two first floor bedrooms, Kitchen/Breakfast room, Lounge. Luxury Shower room. Garage, good 
size garden. The property enjoys estuary and Sea views from the first floor. 

Seaton 01297 24224 



SEATON £200,000 


An opportunity to acquire a sea front apartment providing stunning panoramic views from Axe Cliff to Beer Head. The 
property has two bedrooms, Large lounge and an enclosed balcony to sit and admire the views provided. The property 
is ideally suited for an investor or someone looking for a second home by the sea. 

Seaton 01297 24224 



COLYFORD £300,000 


Situated in a quiet, peaceful cul-de-sac in a popular East Devon village, this detached bungalow is perfect for buyers 
seeking a spacious property with low maintenance. With three bedrooms, two reception rooms, a large rear garden and 
off road parking for several cars, viewing is highly recommended by the sole agent. 

Seaton 01297 24224 



SEATON £280,000 


This recently refurbished, modern family home is ideally located in the centre of Seaton town centre. It is situated in a 
quiet location within a short distance from the local shops and amenities. Viewing highly recommended. Seaton's beach 
is only a few minutes walk away. 

Seaton 01297 24224 



SEATON £280,000 


A rare opportunity to acquire one of only five detached bungalows in an exclusive close on the favoured western side 
of Seaton. The property offers two bedrooms, master en-suite, lounge with dining area, conservatory, garage and gardens 
to the front and rear. Viewing is highly recommended. 

Seaton 01297 24224 



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Broadband via Satellite up to 
lOmb anywhere in the UK 


Starting from £17.99 per month 



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packages 
starting 
from £100 



TELEVISION REPAIR 

Your Local TV 

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LYME BAY 

TELEVISION SERVICE 

Repairs and Service to 

TV, DVD, VCR & AUDIO 


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CLEANING SERVICES 


CARPET CLEANING 



CHIMNEY SWEEP 


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Lettings, Shops & Offices 

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Experienced, Friendly, Reliable Service 
Free Quotes 

Tel: Jill 01297 34444 
07980 471981 





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 



Carole’s 
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 


TO ADVERTISE 
PLEASE CALL JENNA 
ON 01297446147 



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GARDEN & LANDSCAPE SERVICES 



STUMP GRINDING 

Fully Insured 

Call Andrew or Sinny for further information 
01297 21453 

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ajSAtjreesurgeon@hotmail.co.uk 


19 6 Patios A 

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• 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 


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Design, Construction & Care of 
Landscapes & Gardens 

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

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ORNAMENTAL IRONWORK 


FENCING 


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 

email: davidbright.gardenservices @ btopenworld .com 



TOP SOIL 


POND SPECIALIST 


TOP SOIL FOR SALE 


SCREENED 
ANY QUANTITY FROM 
1 CUBIC METRE 
ALL AREAS COVERED. 
ALL LOADS DELIVERED 
PLEASE PHONE FOR PRICES 
01297 33736 


AQUATIC SOLUTIONS 

POND AND WATER FEATURE SPECIALIST 

Renovation ^ 

PAUL HILL HND FFFM 

Construction 

12 years experience in 

Aquatic Weed Control ■ 

k Aquatics & Water 

Disease Diagnosis V 

Engineering 

& Treatment 

References available 

Water Quality 

* Tel: 01460 30770 

Aquarium Installation 

(Winsham) 

Garden Maintenance 

Mob: 07875 584226 


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GARDENS & LANDSCAPES 


SHEDS, SUMMERHOUSE AND GARDEN BUILDINGS 


BEAMINSTER 

'* SHEDS® 

Quality Buildings at Affordable Prices Standanjfor Bespoke 
GARDEN SHEDS FROM £265 INCLUDING*DELIVERY & ERECTION 

(based on easy access & level base) 


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


Beaminster Sheds 
Manufacturers of 
Custom Made Buildings, 
Garden Sheds, 
Summerhouses, 
Offices, Workshops, 
Garages, Stables, 
Field Shelters, Chicken 
Houses, Animal 
Housing, Fencing, Gates 
ase visit our display area at 32 North Street, Beamjdister*DT8 3DY 
or phone 01308 861l4^t. Open Mon ■ Fri 8 ■ 5, Sat 8 ■ 12 



CtDkRSHEDS 

& ERECTION 


LUTON GREEN 
SAWMILL 


GREEN OAK FOR 
TIMBER FRAMED BUILDINGS 


Tel: 01404 841 504 


Sawmills 

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We Cut & Build to Your Design in Our Workshops 


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 
Summerhouses 

* Afl garden timber building and structures 

* Thatching service to all garden products 

* Douocotts to workshops 

* living vans and shepherdb huts 

* Carpentry etc • Shed revolts 

* Custom and standard builds 

* date preparation and installation 

TEL: 01297 34S09 MOB: 07773 182 929 
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TAILOR MADE 


QUALITY TONGUE 
AND GROOVE 
SHEDS 

6'*4' SHEDS FROM £240 
mr SHEDS FftOM £335 
rad' SHEDS FROM £390 


Garden Building* 

Direct froan the manufacturer 

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01404 831701 


TREE SURGEONS 


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• Filing and Osmarting 

• Crown reducbcns A shapir 

• FHnirg 

• Hedjge Cutttrg For a *«* *uot* uxJ twice 

• Garden clearance TEL: 01404 841314 

• Planting Mottle: 07957 £58202 

NfTC Quitted 5cad ! ful L/rtttqr Insurance 
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FULLY QUALIFIED & INSURED 
20 YEARS EXPERIENCE 

Western Tree Services Ltd. 
Total Tree Care 




Specialising in Tree Surgery, 
Felling, Pruning, Hedging 


Self propelled 6” chipper & man for hire. 

Chip trees and branches in parts of your 
garden wheeled chippers cannot reach. 
Chips and Logs For Sale 

ALL ASPECTS OF DOMESTIC TREE WORK UNDERTAKEN 

Contact: Mr K Williams on (01297) 445670 



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Tree Surgeon & 

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BUILDING & PROPERTY MAINTENANCE 


ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES 


DAMP PROOFING 


( JUtLrcohtbe 

ARCHITECTURAL CONSULIAN 



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


Al types of Bulking Regulations ranging from 
8oikJlng Notice oppicatlon submission, 
through to full cYawhgs for Bonding Regulations and fender purposes. 

Feel free fo contact me to dscu» your needs. Free initial consultation/quotation. 


Northcott Design 
& Management 

Architectural Design 
Management Services 

planning: and hmklmg vu£uft*li<iti% 
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T : 01297 551150 
M : 07854 057521 
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East Devon Damp 

Proofing, Timber 
Preservation and 
Property 
Maintenance Ltd 

Please call for a free quote 
Telephone 01297 20219 


Don't sit around and wait for 



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PROPERTY MAINTENANCE 




• 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 



Andrews solid fuel & 
property services 

Installation services and repairs. 

Multifuel and 
woodburners. 


General building work 
local reliable. 
Stone work specialist. 
Free Estimates. 
Based in Axe Valley 
297 598457/07779 012248 


MATT PAINES 

BUILDING & 

PROPERTY 

MAINTENANCE 


Tel: 01297-24220 
Mob: 07851749902 

www.mattdainesbuilding.co.uk 


BUY WITH CONFIDENCE 

DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL, TRADING STANDARDS APPROVED 


KITCHENS & BATHROOMS 


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 • 

GlHfXAl PPOPEATY MAMTIHAHCi 

01297*23056 07837*393256 



Discounted Ugh Street kitchens, fitted and 
teautriuly finished try a qcatty local 
tradesman. Exoetent references 

Pteaso cat Chnj fee a ccmptmentjry %ist 



FLOORING 


ROOFING 



6BISAN90M - 01297 35906 DM 5363 83 


MARK PIBWORTH 

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CAlPF AM) VINYL FITTEt 
Over 25 yeors ejperience B 

No VAT 
Free ostimotes 
Free ponninq 

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 


COMPUTER HELP & BUSINESS 


COMPUTER HELP 


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 


BUILDING SERVICES 



Ifc®. 

Computet 

Doctor 


Fast, Friendly Local \ 

/ Service In East Devon For 
Problems Involving 

Viruses Slow Computers Wreteo Issues \ 
Internet - New System Setup - Hardware 
Software Laptop Repair Data Recovery 
\ Broadband Email Issues Home Visits 
\ New or Computers Available 

Call Mike on / 


FREEPHONE 

0800 09 20 419 


07974968131 


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Computer Running SLOW ? 

Computer Tune up Service - £25 NO FIX 

♦ FREE Upgrade Aeseeement 

♦ FREE Collection & Delivery NO FEE 


Deektop A Laptop Repair* - Virus Removal 
System Setup * Herd Drive Recovery - 
New Deektop Computer! From £249 


For Fast. Eipert Mvi oe In 
East Devon Cat 


01404 515036 


20 years expeneftce^^. 
Prompt Friendly Service 
Artifice and instruction 
Upgraded Repairs 
Software Problems & Virus Removal 
Wreless Broadband Problems 
Same Day Callout 
OAP Discount 

No FixINo Fee 
No Cell Out Charge 



Building Maintenance 


With TO years of eipehenc* in the budding trade, 
ell types of bulldog maintenance undertaken 
rcludrg carpentry, pjintrg. decorat**. re 
porting. rendering etc. 

Whatever yo*r requirements, whatever the sue 
c0 |c6, cal on the number below for an 
appointment and a free estimate. 

wmo Mcrocn 

Phon* 0Uf7 M13M | MoMt 0774*677735 


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 















































































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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 


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 


Utimduoit 

Painting & Decorating 
Stonework & Brickwork 
General Mavonr| 
Extensions 
Plastering 






MAKE YOURS 
AN ‘Al’ HOME 


arms 

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 

f Please ring Freddie on 

01297 22365 or 07855 665217 
_ for advice or help. _ 


Chris Ijnukes 

Professional Handyman Services 

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

EjtctUtnt w fawwi 
25 yemrv in the trud* 

HUty nuwW 

07891 330700 « 01297 34669 


Scott Cooper 

Plastering 
and Tiling Ltd 

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


BLINDS 


Hopson Blinds 


VENETIAN 

ROLLER 

VERTICAL 

ROMAN 

PLEATED 

ROOFBLINDS 

PERFECT FIT 

WOOD WEAVE 

DUTCH 

AWNINGS 

GARAGE DOORS 

REPAIRS 

SHUTTERS 


Est 1965 



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 


Colin Dolman 

Plifterrr <1 General Builder 

• General Repair* A MaiXiaierr 
• FsiatfMg A Ihrcnratints 
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• Mender Inn • Gl«t«ftt>re Mil M«ofln|| 
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WINDOWS AND DOORS 


S/UTMWfT WITH Mi ENERGY EFFICIENT WINDOWS 

Tor a FREE quote contict wloday 

01297560856 

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i ■ 01797 540854 Mob 07979 <75164 
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COB, STONE & LIME WORK 


CARPENTRY 



Building Lime Supplier 

TradHtoooJ Urn* Work A 4 

Rendering’ Repairs • Cob 

Free Delivery 


www.cobandstone.co.vk \ 
01404 46539 • 07976 475229 


Westgrove Joinery Limited 

Manufacturers of quality 
bespoke timber products 

S] 

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such as windows, staircases, 
gates, doors, bookcases etc. 

For a free quotation call: 

01395 568123 

Hi 

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Oaalrtf bespoke wooden produces 
Hardwood and softwood solid surfaces 
Staircases, Doors Windows. Kitchens 
Furniture, Arches And Curved Itrms 


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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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PROPERTY MAINTENANCE 


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BLINDS 


SOMER BLINDS 

CHARD (01460) 221582 • (01404) 42408 
Mobile: 07970 344984 


VERTICALS 
Special offer 

Buy One Get One 

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Wide choice of quality materials on rollers, 
Venetians, pleated intu, unbeatable prices 


ALL BLINDS MADE TO MEASURE 
We have been trading for 30 years 
FREE fitting - Reliable service - Fast delivery 


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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 

No job too small 2 

BATHROOM & KITCHEN 
INSTALLATIONS 

fit or IN onfry 
l - Plastering 


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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 


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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 


MBC 


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ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING 


ELECTRICAL 



Electrical and Plumbing 

Installation and Repairs 


fast i Friewty Senve — 

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Paul Harvey 


Commercial / Domestic Wort 
NICEIC Approved 

Tel: 01404 851155 
Mob: 07768 266731 



• Electrical 
Installations 

• Inspection & Testing 

• Security Systems 

• Fire Alarm Systems 

• Maintenance 

• 24 Hour Breakdown 
Service 


WESCO 

Formerly Wallis Electrical Services Ltd 
All our 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 fired 

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 
• v ST MARY 

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: OI 404 812770 / 07436 263501 
www.candlaquatics.co.uk 


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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 





















































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HEALTH AND CARE 


NORDIC WALKING HYPNOTHERAPY TUITION 


come along . 
& TRY... 


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: 

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• Stress and anxiety 

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• Confidence building 

• Nervous skin 
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• 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 
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lecturer with the London 

College of Clinical Hypnosis. For 

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Lindy Parry - Podiatrist / Chiropodist 

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I first started caring for peoples health 
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The real introduction to Complementary 
Medicine was when my second child 
become ill, and it was only osteopathy 
that helped her. About the same time a 
friend of mine was having trouble with 
her back, she asked me if I could mas¬ 
sage it for her, as I seemed to have heal¬ 
ing hands, I was able to give her a lot of 
relief, being in a lot of pain at the time. 
I become more and more interested in 
Complementary Medicine and was able 
to help my friends and family even 
more. 

it wasn’t until we came down to live in 
Axminster, I was working as a Care As¬ 
sistant in a Dementia Care Home, that 
Idecided to take a course or 3 with the" 
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A student. I became a member of the 
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and stimulates the whole body, thus al¬ 
lowing it to work better. Allowing me to 
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Diesel, 51,000 miles, Red. 13 
Months Warranty Included In Sale, 
Full MOT, Faultless Drive, 6 Speed 
manual gearbox, Electric mirrors, 
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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. £2,495 

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¬ 
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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. £2,695 

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. £2,495 

2003/03 HYUNDAI ACCENT 1.3 CDX, 

5 Doors, Manual, Hatchback, Petrol. 
65,000 miles, Silver, MOT-05-2013. 13 
Months Warranty Included In Sale, 
Warranted Mileage, Service History, 
Superb Throughout, Taxed, Radio/CD, 
Air conditioning, Alloy wheels, Central 
locking, Ins Group 5. £1,995 

2005/05 VAUXHALL CORSA 1.4i 16v 
EXCLUSIV, 3 Doors, Manual, Hatchback, 
Petrol. 66,000 miles, Silver, MOT-06-2013. 
13 Months Warranty Included In Sale, 
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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 

2006/55 VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT 2.0 SE 
TDi, 5 Doors, Manual, Estate, Diesel. 
98,000 miles, Black. 13 Months 
Warranty Included In Sale, Full Service 
History, Warranted Mileage, Excellent 
Condition Throughout, Taxed, Full MOT, 
Air conditioning, Alloy wheels, Cruise 
control, Radio CD Player.. £4,995 

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. .£3,495 

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 

2006/06 NISSAN X-TRAIL 2.2 DCi 136 
COLUMBIA, 5 Doors, Manual, Station 
Wagon, Diesel. 78,000 miles, Silver, 
MOT-04-2013. 13 Months Warranty 
Included In Sale, Full Service History, 
One Owner From New, Taxed, 
Navigation system, Radio CD Player, 
Alloy wheels, Cruise control.. £6,995 


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. £3,250 

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. 

...£3,895 

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 
£4,995 

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. £1,495 






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. 

£2,495 

2005/05 SUZUKI GRAND VITARA 2.0 TD 
107, 5 Doors, Manual, Estate, Diesel. 
99,000 miles, Blue. 13 Months 

Warranty Included In Sale, One 
Previous Owner, Excellent Condition 
Throughout, Full MOT, Air conditioning, 
Radio/CD, Front electric windows, Rear 
electric windows, Remote central 
locking. £4,995 

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. .£4,450 

1 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. £1,995 

2001/51 FORD GALAXY 1.9 TD 
GHIA, 5 Doors, Manual, Estate, 
Diesel. 107,000 miles, Black. 13 
Months Warranty Included In Sale, 
Two Previous Owners, Good Service 
History, Full MOT, Radio/CD Multi¬ 
changer, Reverse parking aid, Air 
conditioning, Alloy wheels, Cruise 
control. £2,995 




2003/53 FORD MONDEO 2.0TDCI 

« 115 GHIA, 5 Doors, Manual, Estate, 
Diesel. 100,000 miles, Grey. 13 
1 Months Warranty Included In Sale, 
Good Service History, Two Previous 
Owners, Superb Throughout, 
Faultless Drive, Full MOT, Radio/CD 
Multichanger, Air con, Alloy wheels, 
Cruise control. £2,999 

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. £5,995 


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Tuesday September 25th 2012 m 


Motoring View 


BMW economics: BMW 3 series is crowned 
What Car? Green car of the year 2012 


THE new BMW 320d EfficientDy- 
namics Saloon has fought off tough 
competition to once again be crowned 
Best Executive Car of the Year at the 
What Car? Green Awards 2012, going 
on to top the field and be awarded the 
prestigious accolade of Green Car of 
the Year. 

The BMW 320d EfficientDynamics 
Saloon won over the judges with its un¬ 
conventional statistics, combining out¬ 
standing fuel efficiency and emissions 
with impressive performance. With a 
combined fuel consumption of 
68.9mpg and C02 emissions of 
109g/km, the 320d EfficientDynamics 
Saloon is still capable of travelling 
from zero to 62mph in 8.0 seconds. It 
was this no-compromise blend that en¬ 
sured the most parsimonious 3 Series 
model took the top green honour. 

Not to be left in its big brother’s 
shadow, the most frugal BMW in the 
range, the BMW 116d EfficientDy¬ 
namics 5-door Sports Hatch, was also 
awarded Small Family Car of the Year. 
Emitting just 99g/km C02 means that 
not only is it exempt from the London 
Congestion charge and qualifies for 
free VED but it also only incurs 13 per 
cent benefit in kind company car tax. 
All of this, together with its nimble 
handling and generous equipment lev¬ 
els, ensured that the cleanest BMW was 
a worthy winner. 


Chas Hallett, What Car? editor in 
chief, said: “BMW’s engineers have 
worked very hard on their conventional 
engines and have given them some 
very unconventional green vital statis¬ 
tics. The choice of the 320d Efficient- 
Dynamics automatic Saloon as What 
Car?’s Green Car of the Year was a 
unanimous one. The 320d lets con¬ 
sumers who want to do their bit for the 
planet do so without compromise.” 

BMW named most sustainable car 
manufacturer for eighth consecutive 


year by the Dow Jones Sustainability 
Index 

BMW’s dedication to sustainability 
has again been recognised by the Dow 
Jones Sustainability Index, which has 
named BMW the most sustainable car 
company in the world for the eighth 
consecutive year. Since its inception 
BMW is the only automotive organisa¬ 
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PEUGEOT DIESEL SALOON 406 SE 
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P 

w 

D 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 


.4 

3 

0 

1 

12 

4 

9 


.4 

3 

0 

1 

8 

4 

9 

Bow AAC. 

.3 

3 

0 

0 

7 

3 

9 

Heavitree SU. 

.4 

3 

0 

1 

9 

5 

9 


.3 

2 

1 

0 

17 

2 

7 

Witheridge. 

.3 

2 

0 

1 

9 

4 

6 

Sidbury United. 

.2 

.2 

2 

1 

0 

0 

0 

1 

7 

2 

2 

2 

6 

3 


.4 

0 

2 

2 

3 

9 

2 


.4 

0 

1 

3 

2 

16 

1 

East Buclleigh. 

.3 

0 

0 

3 

3 

10 

0 


.3 

0 

0 

3 

2 

10 

0 

Colyton. 

.3 

0 

0 

3 

4 

14 

0 


.0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

DIVISION TWO 

P 

w 

D 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 


.3 

3 

0 

0 

9 

1 

9 

Bickleigh. 

.3 

3 

0 

0 

13 

6 

9 


.3 

3 

0 

0 

11 

4 

9 

Elmore.. 

.3 

2 

0 

1 

11 

6 

6 

Dawlish Utd. 

.5 

2 

0 

3 

15 

16 

6 

Westexe Rovers. 

.3 

1 

0 

2 

7 

6 

3 


.2 

1 

0 

1 

4 

6 

3 

Clyst Valley. 

Sidmouth Town. 

.2 

.3 

1 

1 

0 

0 

1 

2 

3 

3 

5 

5 

3 

3 

Colaton Raleigh. 

.3 

1 

0 

2 

6 

9 

3 


.1 

0 

0 

1 

1 

3 

0 

Honiton Town. 

.1 

0 

0 

1 

2 

5 

0 


.2 

0 

0 

2 

1 

7 

0 


.2 

0 

0 

2 

1 

8 

0 

DIVISION THREE 

P 

w 

D 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 


.4 

3 

1 

0 

15 

2 

10 


.3 

3 

0 

0 

13 

4 

9 

Dolphin. 

.3 

3 

0 

0 

7 

1 

9 


.4 

2 

1 

1 

7 

4 

7 

Newton St Cyres. 

.4 

2 

0 

2 

10 

4 

6 


.2 

2 

o 

0 

4 

2 

6 

Tedburn St Mary. 

.3 

2 

0 

1 

5 

4 

6 

North Tawton. 

.5 

1 

1 

3 

6 

11 

4 


.2 

1 

0 

1 

2 

1 

3 

Offwell Rangers. 

.3 

1 

0 

2 

9 

11 

3 

Lympstone. 

Tnorverton. 

.3 

.3 

1 

1 

0 

0 

2 

2 

6 

6 

10 

12 

3 

3 

Winkleigh. 

.5 

1 

0 

4 

10 

17 

3 

Sandford. 

.3 

1 

0 

2 

3 

13 

3 

Ottery St Mary. 

.3 

0 

1 

2 

5 

8 

1 

Upottery. 

.2 

0 

0 

2 

1 

5 

0 

DIVISION FOUR 

P 

w 

D 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 

Axminster Reserves. 

.5 

3 

0 

2 

11 

7 

9 

Heavitree SU. 

.3 

3 

0 

0 

7 

3 

9 

Axmouth Utd. 

.4 

2 

2 

0 

18 

6 

6 

University. 

.2 

2 

0 

0 

11 

3 

6 

Chumleigh. 

.4 

2 

0 

2 

14 

7 

6 

Exmouth AM. 

.2 

1 

1 

0 

9 

2 

4 

Bampton. 

.3 

1 

1 

1 

9 

10 

4 

Exmouth Town. 

.4 

1 

1 

2 

5 

6 

4 

Seaton Town. 

.3 

1 

1 

1 

4 

9 

4 

Lords XI. 

.2 

1 

0 

1 

4 

4 

3 

Woodbury. 

.2 

1 

0 

1 

5 

7 

3 

Newtown. 

.5 

0 

1 

4 

6 

21 

1 

Okehampton. 

.4 

0 

0 

4 

6 

24 

0 

DIVISION FIVE 

P 

W 

D 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 

Culm United. 

.4 

3 

1 

0 

15 

4 

10 

Topsham Town. 

.4 

3 

1 

0 

14 

5 

10 

Cheriton Fitzpaine. 

.3 

3 

0 

0 

14 

5 

9 

Countess Wear. 

.3 

3 

0 

0 

7 

3 

9 

Clyst Valley. 

Awliscombe. 

.3 

.3 

2 

2 

0 

0 

1 

1 

10 

6 

6 

3 

6 

6 

Hatherleigh. 

Westexe Rovers. 

.3 

2 

0 

1 

6 

7 

6 

.3 

1 

1 

1 

9 

5 

4 

Bow AAC. 

.3 

1 

0 

2 

5 

5 

3 

Sampford Peverell. 

.4 

0 

1 

3 

5 

15 

1 

Beer Albion. 

.3 

0 

0 

3 

6 

11 

0 

St Martins. 

.3 

0 

0 

3 

2 

8 

0 

Lapford. 

.2 

0 

0 

2 

1 

7 

0 

Uplowman Ath. 

.3 

0 

0 

3 

1 

17 

0 

DIVISION SIX 

P 

W 

D 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 

Dawlish Utd. 

.3 

3 

0 

0 

6 

0 

9 

Amory Park Rangers. 

.5 

2 

1 

2 

15 

8 

7 

Silverton. 

.5 

2 

1 

2 

14 

11 

7 

Amory Argyle. 

.4 

2 

1 

1 

16 

15 

7 

Feniton. 

.2 

2 

0 

0 

8 

3 

6 

Morchard Bishop. 

.3 

2 

0 

1 

12 

9 

6 

Langdon. 

.3 

2 

0 

1 

8 

10 

6 

Topsham Town. 

.5 

1 

2 

2 

14 

21 

5 

East Budleigh. 

.4 

1 

1 

2 

6 

7 

4 

Stoke Hill. 

.4 

1 

1 

2 

11 

16 

4 

Dunkeswell. 

.2 

1 

0 

1 

10 

6 

3 

Exwick Village. 

.2 

1 

0 

1 

3 

4 

3 

Priory. 

North Tawton. 

.2 

0 

1 

1 

4 

5 

1 

.2 

0 

0 

2 

5 

9 

0 

Chagford. 

.2 

0 

0 

2 

1 

9 

0 

DIVISION SEVEN 

P 

W 

D 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 

Halwill. 

.3 

3 

0 

0 

17 

15 

9 

Fluxton. 

.3 

3 

0 

0 

12 

1 

9 

Cheriton Fitzpaine. 

.4 

2 

2 

0 

15 

11 

8 

Otterton. 

.4 

2 

1 

1 

18 

4 

7 

Honiton Town. 

.3 

2 

1 

0 

14 

8 

7 

Tedburn St Mary. 

.3 

2 

0 

1 

12 

10 

6 

Tipton St John. 

.4 

1 

2 

1 

9 

11 

5 

Ottery St Mary. 

.5 

1 

1 

3 

12 

19 

4 

Starcross Generals. 

.4 

1 

1 

2 

11 

14 

4 

Lympstone. 

Colaton Raleigh. 

.4 

.4 

0 

0 

1 

2 

3 

2 

2 

7 

13 

15 

1 

2 

Newton St Cyres. 

Open Space Int. 

.2 

0 

0 

2 

3 

8 

0 

.3 

0 

0 

3 

4 

2 

0 

DIVISION ONE 

P 

w 

D 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 

Sidbury Urd. 

.5 

4 

1 

0 

18 

8 

13 

Woodbury. 

.3 

2 

1 

0 

7 

2 

7 

Lapford. 

.4 

2 

1 

1 

11 

9 

7 

Offwell Rangers. 

.4 

2 

0 

2 

18 

9 

6 

Pinhoe. 

.2 

2 

0 

0 

10 

3 

6 

Sandford. 

.5 

2 

0 

3 

11 

12 

6 

Langdon. 

.3 

1 

1 

1 

9 

5 

4 

Hemyock. 

.3 

1 

1 

1 

8 

7 

4 

Bampton. 

.2 

1 

1 

0 

4 

3 

4 

Colyton. 

.4 

1 

1 

2 

9 

15 

4 

Bickleigh. 

.2 

1 

0 

1 

10 

2 

3 

Alphington. 

.2 

1 

0 

1 

6 

6 

3 

Newtown. 

.3 

1 

0 

2 

5 

8 

3 

Winkleigh. 

.4 

0 

1 

3 

3 

13 

1 

Folly Gate. 

.4 

0 

0 

4 

2 

27 

0 









Tigers on top in cup derby clash 


Match reports 

Woodbury 3 Axminster Res 1 
Division 4 

DESPITE fielding probably their strongest 
squad of the year Axminster Town Reserves 
came unstuck against a well-organised and 
resilient Woodbury side. 

The Tigers found themselves 1-0 down 
after 10 minutes and never recovered. 

Adam Downes hit the crossbar on 20 min¬ 
utes and Woodbury broke from the rebound 
to make it 2-0. 

The hosts then made it 3-0 on the hour be¬ 
fore Downes converted a penalty late on 
after Joel Seward had been upended in the 
box. Ax, who put in what manager Alan Beer 
described as"their worst performance of the 
season so far", created a number of late 
chances, but to no avail. 

Axmouth 9 Okehampton 3 
Division 4 

CHARLIE Clarke stole the show with his sec¬ 
ond hat-trick of the season as Axmouth 
thumped visiting Okehampton 9-3 to main¬ 
tain a good start to life in division four. 

Clark scored four times with Asa Sandman, 
Dan Jeeves, Reece Hayles, Matt Ellis (2) chip- 
ping-in for the Hammers who led 4-0 before 
the Okes reduced the arrears to 4-2 with 
goals either side of the interval and grabbed 
a late consolation. 

Axmouth Manager Laurie Forino said: 
"We've had a great start but perhaps have 
played the weaker sides so far, but if we con¬ 
tinue our level of performance then we will 
be tough opposition for anyone." 

Round-up 

BEER Albion ran early D&E Premier division 
leaders close before going down 2-1 at 
Furzebrake. Luke Bartlett netted for the Fish¬ 
ermen. 

Feniton remain second after Andy Jones 
(2) and Paul Dowling scored the goals in a 3- 
1 win over Newtown. 

Not such good news from Colyford Road 
where Jonny Wilkinson and Tom Vincent 
were on target but Seaton Town recorded 
their second defeat against St Martins in a 
week. 

♦ Because of his wife's illness Devon 
and Exeter League secretary Chris Davey 
is asking clubs not to call him but to con¬ 
tact another League officer. 

RESULTS 

PREMIER 

Beer Albion 1, Heavitree Social 2. 

Bud Salterton 1,Thorverton 1. 

Clyst Valley 1, University 1. 

Exmouth Amats 0,Topsham Tn 0. 

Feniton 3, Newtown 1. 

Hatherleigh Tn 6, Willand Rov 2. 

Seaton Tn 2, St Martins 4. 

DIVISION ONE 

Chard Tn 5, Cullompton Rgs 1. 

East Budleigh 1, Tiverton Tn 6. 

Heavitree Social Utd 3, Colyton 1. 


Tipton St John 1, Alphington 1. 
Wellington Tn 1, Culm Utd 0. 
Witheridge 1, Bow AAC 2. 

DIVISION TWO 

Bickleigh 4, Colaton Raleigh 2. 

Chagford 1, Clyst Valley 3. 

Elmore 4, Dawlish Utd 2. 

Pinhoe 2, Westexe Rov 5. 

Sidmouth Tn 0, Beacon Knights 2. 
Topsham Tn 3, Exeter CS 1. 

DIVISION THREE 

Crediton Utd 2, Ottery St Mary 0. 

Hemyock 2, Sandford 1. 

Lympstone 2, Tedburn St Mary 3. 
Newton St Cyres 5, Nth Tawton 0. 

South Zeal Utd 5, Offwell Rgs 2. 
Thorverton 1, Dolphin 4. 

University 2, Winkleigh 0. 

Upottery 1, Newtown 4. 

DIVISION FOUR 

Axmouth 9, Okehampton Arg 3. 

Bampton 7, Seaton Tn 1. 

Chulmleigh 2, Heavitree Social 4. 
Exmouth Tn 1, Exmouth Amats 1. 
University 5, Newtown 1. 

Woodbury 3, AxminsterTn 1. 

DIVISION FIVE 

Bow AAC 2, Awliscombe Utd 4. 
Cheriton Fitzpaine4, Hatherleigh 1. 
Clyst Valley 4, Lapford 1. 

Countess Wear D 3, St Martins 2. 

Culm Utd 4, Sampford Peverell 2. 
Topsham Tn 5, Beer Albion 3. 

Westexe Rov 6, Uplowman Ath 0. 
DIVISION SIX 

Amory Argyle 3, Topsham Tn 3. 

Amory Park Rgs 2, Langdon 3. 

Dawlish Utd 1, Silverton 0. 

Dunkeswell Rov 6, Chagford 1. 

Exwick Village 2, East Budleigh 1. 

North Tawton 4, Stoke Hill 5. 

Priory 1, Feniton 2. 

DIVISION SEVEN 

Colaton Raleigh 3, Ch Fitzpaine 3. 

Fluxton 5, Lympstone 0. 

Halwill 5, Ottery St Mary 2. 

Honiton Tn 5, Open Space Inter 3. 

Met Office 0, Tipton St John 0. 

Newton St C 3, Starcross Gen 5. 
Tedburn St Mary 4, Otterton 3. 
DIVISION EIGHT 
Colyton 0, Woodbury 1. 

Langdon 5, Folly Gate 0. 

Lapford 5, Newtown 1. 

Offwell Rangers 1, Alphington 2. 
Sandford 1, Hemyock 3. 

Sidbury United 1, Bickleigh 0. 
Winkleigh 1, Bampton 1. 

FIXTURES 

SATURDAY - September 29th 
South-West Peninsula League 
Division One (East) 

Okehampton v Axminster Town 
Sidmouth Town v Newton Abbot Spurs 

Devon & Exeter League 
PREMIER 

Budleigh Salterton v Seaton Town 
Heavitree SU v Hatherleigh Town 


Newtown v Beer Albion 
St Martins v Clyst Valley 
Thorverton v Morchard Bishop 
Topsham Town v Feniton 
University v Exmouth Amateurs 
DIVISION 1 
Alphington v Colyton 
Cullompton v Tiverton Town 
Culm United v Chard Town 
East Budleigh v Bow AAC 
Sidbury United v Heavitree SU 
University v Wellington Town 
Witheridge v Tipton St John 
DIVISION 2 

Beacon Knights v Bickleigh 
Clyst Valley v Exeter Civil Service 
Colaton Raleigh v Chagford 
Dawlish United vTopshamTown 
Halwill v Pinhoe 
Honiton Town v Elmore 
Westexe Rovers v Sidmouth Town 
DIVISION 3 
Newtown v Lympstone 
North Tawton v Thorverton 
Offwell Rangers v University 
Ottery St Mary v Upottery 
Sandford v Newton St Cyres 
Tedburn St Mary v South Zeal Utd 
Winkleigh v Hemyock 
DIVISION 4 

Axminster Town v Seaton Town 
Axmouth United v Lords XI 
Chulmleigh v Woodbury 
Exmouth Amateurs v Newtown 
Exmouth Town v Okehampton Arg 
Heavitree SU v University 
DIVISION 5 

Awliscombe United v Clyst Valley 
Beer Albion v Culm United 
Bow AAC v St Martins 
Hatherleigh v Topsham Town 
Lapford v Cheriton Fitzpaine 
Sampford Peve v Westexe Rovers 
Uplowman Ath v Countess WD 
DIVISION 6 

Amory Park Rangers v Priory 
Chagford v Exwick Village 
Feniton v North Tawton 
Morchard Bishop v Dawlish Utd 
Silverton v Amory Argyle 
Stoke Hill v East Budleigh 
Topsham Town v Langdon 
DIVISION 7 

Cheriton Fitzpaine v Met Office 
Lympstone v Halwill 
OSI v Colaton Raleigh 
Otterton v Honiton Town 
Ottery St Mary v Fluxton 
Starcross Gen vTedburn St Mary 
Tipton St John v Newton St Cyres 
DIVISION 8 
Alphington v Langdon 
Bampton v Lapford 
Bickleigh v Offwell Rangers 
Folly Gate v Sandford 
Hemyock v Winkleigh 
Pinhoe v Colyton 
Woodbury v Sidbury United 


SW PENINSULA 


DIVISION ONE (EAST) 

P 

W 

D 

L 

GD 

Pts 

Teignmouth. 

.7 

5 

1 

1 

10 

16 

Newton Abbot Spurs. 

.7 

5 

0 

2 

6 

15 

Stoke Gabriel. 

.6 

4 

1 

1 

12 

13 

Axminster Town. 

.6 

4 

1 

1 

6 

13 

Exeter Civil Service. 

.8 

4 

1 

3 

-2 

13 

Exmouth Town. 

.5 

3 

2 

0 

6 

11 

Totnes& Dartington. 

.6 

3 

1 

2 

5 

10 

Budleigh Salterton. 

.7 

3 

1 

3 

0 

10 

Okehampton Argyle. 

.6 

2 

1 

3 

-3 

7 

Alphington. 

.6 

2 

1 

3 

-5 

7 

Exeter University. 

.6 

1 

3 

2 

-8 

6 

Crediton Unted. 

.2 

1 

0 

1 

-1 

3 

Appledore. 

.5 

1 

0 

4 

-4 

3 

Galmpton United. 

.5 

1 

0 

4 

-5 

3 

Plymstock United. 

.5 

0 

2 

3 

-4 

2 

Sidmouth Town. 

.7 

0 

1 

6 

-13 

1 


Perry Street League round-up 

Premier division 
Farway Utd 1 
Millwey Rise 3 

GOALS from Sam Dib- 
ling (2) and Calum 
Somers saw Millwey Rise 
continue their impres¬ 
sive start to the season 
with a 3-1 win at Eastlee 
Park. 

Matt Williams scored 
the hosts first-half con¬ 
solation. 

Rise, who moved up to 
second in the PSDL Pre¬ 
mier division table, are 
without a fixture this 
Saturday while Farway 
will look to bounce back 
when they entertain 
struggling Crewkerne 
Town who have lost 
three on the spin. 

Round-up 

MILLWEY Rise Reserves 
booked a place in the 
quarter-finals of the 
John Fowler cup after 
beating Luso-Chard on 
penalties at Harry's Field. 

Mark Pike, Marc Jenk¬ 
ins and Levi Hoole 
scored for the hosts. 

With manager Simon 
Flint on holiday assistant 
Ian Hall was impressed 
by the central midfield 
pairing of Dan Murnane 
and Ashley Phillips. 



Millwey will travel to 
Combe A for the last 
eight tie. 

Back in the league 
there were defeats for 
both Hawkchurch 
United and Farway Utd 
Reserves. 

In division three Gavin 
Herrod and Russell 
Kennedy scored for the 
Hawks but they were 
well beaten at newly- 
promoted llminster A 
going down 7-2. 

Down in division four 
Farway were beaten 2-0 
by visiting Combe B. 

Other fixtures: Divi¬ 
sion three - Winsham 
Res v Millwey Rise Re¬ 
serves, Hawkchurch 
United v Luso-Chard 
(Farway United - no 
game). 


Axminster Town 2 
Sidmouth Town 1 

Throgmorton Cup round one 
AXMINSTER Town's best run in South 
West Peninsular League continued on 
Saturday with their fifth win of the sea¬ 
son in 12-1 victory over local rivals Sid¬ 
mouth Town in the first round of the 
Throgmorton Cup, writes Philip Evans 

The Tigers went into this cup fixture 
content in the knowledge that they 
will be playing on the excellent Sector 
Lane surface for a few more weeks and 
lying in fourth place in Division 1 with 
13 points, just three behind leaders 
Teignmouth but a game in hand. 

Sidmouth, languishing at the foot of 
the table with only one point from 
seven games, came determined to give 
their high-riding rivals a game - and 
that's exactly what the did with a late 
rally that called for some determined 
defending from the Tigers. 


There were some early skirmishes at 
both ends that came to nothing with 
Sam Baker having the best chance for 
the Vikings when he shot wide from a 
good position in the seventh minute. 

The visitors were determined not to 
lose the midfield battle with the tackles 
flying in, one of which earned Baker a 
yellow card for their ferociousness of 
his play. 

The best scoring chance did not 
come until the 31st minute when 
Richie Emmett lobbed the ball over the 
bar with just the keeper to beat after 
Johnny Hurford, the Tigers' most dan¬ 
gerous attacker, had battled hard to 
provide the assist. 

At the other end, Jake Allen, who al¬ 
ways looked dangerous, shot wide 
after some clever ball control. 

Axminster finished the half strongly 
with Lewis Couch going close from 
close range after a Hurford shot was 


parried by Sidmouth 'keeper Jack 
Burgess. 

The breakthrough came just a 
minute before the half-time whistle 
when Hurford was rewarded for his 
strong running upfront when he slot¬ 
ted the ball home from a Lewis Couch 
cross to send Axminster into the break 
with a deserved 1-0 lead. 

Axminster started strongly and had a 
good chance to have increased their 
lead when Dan Beer sent over a near¬ 
perfect cross after sprinting down the 
left flank that Lewis Couch just failed to 
make contact with. Ben Vine came 
close with a shot over the bar and in 
the 51st minute Tigers increased their 
lead when Danny Beer sprinted from 
deep to get on the end of a Couch 
cross from the right to make it 2-0. 

It was all Axminster now and they 
should have gone into a 3-0 lead when 
Richie Emmett latched onto a through 


ball, rounded the keeper and slotted 
the ball home only to be ruled offside, 
a decision which brought howls of 
protest from the Axminster crowd. 

Sidmouth staged a late rally with 
Allen, after picking up a booking, cut¬ 
ting inside but shooting weakly into 
Ashford's arms. Allen got his just re¬ 
ward, however, for some strong and 
aggressive running up front when he 
pulled one back in the 74th minute 
with a shot from the edge of the box. 

In the closing stages Tigers' manager 
Paul Ashford brought on some fresh 
legs in Alex Wheatley and Tom Perry¬ 
man and Axminster held on to the lead 
to win a second round tie against Ex¬ 
mouth Town. 

Sidmouth manager Paddy Thomas 
said afterwards that Axminster de¬ 
served their win but thought they were 
helped by a couple of"game changing 
decisions" by the referee. 


He said: "We need to get the basics 
right, simple things are letting us down 
and the opposition at this level invari¬ 
ably punish you. Effort isn't a problem 
with this group and lads such as Kieran 
Fayter-Small probably shouldn't of 
started but was desperate to play his 
part." 

Axminster: Luke Ashford; Elleitt Dyer, 
Danny Beer, Wes Tarr, Darren Stewart 
(captain); Jack Knight, Lewis Crouch, 
Aaron Doble, Richie Emmett, Jon Hur¬ 
ford, Ben Vine. Subs: Alex Wheatley (for 
Lewis Couch), Tom Perryman (for Jon 
Hurford). Not used: Corry Couch,Terry 
Emmett, Martin Hancock. 
Man-of-the-match: Jon Hurford. 
Sidmouth: Jack Burgess; Nick Gingell, 
Darren Thomas, Alex Raistrick, Andrew 
Lord; Kieran Fayter-Small, Sam Baker, 
Banks, Mark Badcock,; Rasmussen, Jake 
Allen. Subs: Nathan Brace, Lister. 
Man-of-the-match: Alex Raistrick. 































PULMAN’S VIEW SPORT 


•1 Tuesday September 25th 2012 


Motor sport 

HOLDER MAKES IN THREE 

OTTERY St Mary racing car driver Ed Hollier battled 
for supremacy in the M.G. Car Club's Wiscombe 
Park hill climb. 

At the wheel of his 1600cc Suzuki Hyabusa pow¬ 
ered Pilbeam MP62 Hollier added to his brace of 
wins the previous weekend when he stormed to 
victory in a time of 35.84 seconds to take the 
fastest time of the day from another MP62, the two 
litre version of Andrew Dinner who posted a best 
climb of 37.24. 

Hollier was not the only trophy winner from Ot- 
tery as Stephen Wickers took third place in the Pre 
1955 Standard and Modified 1101-1500cc class in 
his MG XPEG engine Dellow Mk2.The professional 
pilot guided his 1952 manufactured machine to 
the top of the 900 metre course in 57.25 seconds 
following home Andrew Morlands MG engine 
Lotus 6 and the MG Dargue Special of Chris Pam- 
plin. 

Dave Norman claimed third place with his Re¬ 
nault Clio 172 Cup in the 1800cc - 2600cc category 
of the Road-going Production Car class. The Exeter 
company director climbed to a best time of 47.09. 

The Road-going Specialist Production class for 
cars with engines ranging from 1400 to 1800cc 
was won by Roger Coote in his Ginetta G32. 
Roger's time of 47.12 gave him the victory by just 
over one second leaving Ian Hodgson in the run¬ 
ner-up slot with his Westfield SEiW. 

The following day the National Hill Climb Associ¬ 
ation event put motorcycles centre stage at Wis¬ 
combe Park. Jimmy Hodges set the track alight not 
only taking a class win but also claiming a maxi¬ 
mum points haul for the British Championships. 

The motorcycle mechanic, who claimed the 
British championship crown in 2010, started his 
winning ways in the 500cc class. Aboard his 450cc 
Honda GV CRF he set a first climb time of 40.84 
seconds to take an early lead but improved his 
pace at the second time of asking securing the win 
with a 40.53 best. Apart from bringing victory in 
the class this time constituted a new outright hill 
record improving on the previous benchmark of 
40.78 seconds. 

Tom Short claimed the runner-up slot with his 
470cc Honda CRF just under one second in arrears 
with Tommy Hodge collecting the third place 
award on 42.12 seconds. 

The 750cc category saw the initiative taken by 
Jimmy Hodges with a first climb of 40.99 which 
gave him hope of a double win but Paul Jeffery on 
his Honda CR put paid to that with ascent in 40.75 
seconds. Hodges was unable to find any further 
pace so was obliged to settle for the runner-up slot 
ahead of Glynn Poole and his Honda CRF. 

Poole also took third in the 1300cc class on his 
Buell behind the winner Ben Wilkins who stormed 
his Aprilia Falco to the top of the 900metre course 
to a new outright two wheel record of 40.28 sec¬ 
onds. 

Chris Keates claimed the honours in the 250cc 
class when he husled his Suzuki RM to the win by 
a healthy margin over second placed Duncan 
Fisher and his Yamaha. Keates carried good speed 
to climb in 44.92 seconds. 

The Keates family took another winner's trophy 
when Patrick and Paul claimed victory in the Side¬ 
car class on their Baker FI outfit by just under a 
stunning four and a half seconds. 



Golf round-up 

Ladies left holding the 


AXE CLIFF with Janet Dock 

Main Club 

MEMBERS of Axe Cliff competed for the Car¬ 
nival Cup throughout the last week. 

The eventual winner with 37 points was An¬ 
thony Hellier with Richard Gibbons, who ob¬ 
tained two twos during his round, second 
with 36 points. 

Alan Cooper also had a two. Cyril Hellier 
took third place with 35 points. 

On Sunday the main club played theTrades- 
man Cup, a foursomes tournament. 

Pairs get drawn out with a high and low 
handicapper playing together. 

The winners were Paul Curtin & Alan Cooper 
with a net 66. Second place went to Steve 
Anning & Anthony Chadwick. 

Players with twos were Chris Glover & Andy 
Gabb and Cyril Hellier & Dave Morgan. 

Ladies Section 

IN glorious golfing conditions the Axe Cliff 
Ladies competed last Wednesday for the 


monthly Stableford and the Vets Bowl. 

The Stableford was won by Helen Kenwor¬ 
thy with the Vets Bowl going to Vice-Captain 
Sandra Walker. 

HONITON with Andy Wagner 

Wooden Spoon 

THE annual matchplay battle for the dreaded 
wooden spoon between the Ladies and Men's 
sections had been going far too well for the 
ladies in recent years. 

Having to give two courtesy shots and al¬ 
lowing the ladies to play off their own card 
made life very difficult for the men's section, 
so to winkle out a 6 and 2 win was positively 
outstanding by Club Captain Paul Dimond's 
team. 

Tuesday Mixed 

A LARGE field played in the very popularTre- 
ble Six Format for this weeks Mixed Competi¬ 
tion. 

Once again we welcomed our regular Coun¬ 


try Members from Wales who play in our 
Mixed when they are down in the West Coun¬ 
try. 

The winners this week with 40pts were Lady 
Captain Jackie Seager & Max Pipe. In 2nd 
place with 37pts on c/b were Dot Grove & Paul 
Witton with 37pts. 

In 3rd place, losing out on c/b, were Jan 
Dickinson & Paul Ritchie. 

This month's organisers are Linda & John 
Northover. 

Ken Fordie Trophy 

SIXTY EIGHT Seniors turned out to play a Sta¬ 
bleford round for the Ken Fordie Trophy but 
despite the good conditions, the scoring was 
not particularly high. 

The Trophy was won by Stan Squire who 
topped Division One with 40 points. Mike 
Kent came second with 38 points and behind 
him came Ted Chandler, Peter Shepherd and 
John Dickinson. 

The Second Division was won by Mike Jones 


spoon! 



Swimming Chard & District 


CHARD & District Swimming 
Club held its fourth and final in- 
house Club Gala of the year at 
Flamingo Pool in Axminster. 

Over 80 swimmers ranging in 
age from 6 to 16 years took part. 

There were some excellent 
swims at the Gala which secured 
a Silver Speed badge for Mari¬ 
anna Dyer, swimming under 36 
seconds in the 50 free for the first 
time. 

Forty four County qualifying 
times were achieved along with 
nine regional-level times (al¬ 
though regional/national times 
cannot officially be achieved at 


this level of gala). 

Swimmers who achieved re¬ 
gional - level times were: Hannah 
Pullinger (16) 100 breaststroke; 
Abi Dare (15) 100 breaststroke; 
Tessa Down (15) 100 breast¬ 
stroke; Luke van den Barselaar 
(16) 50 free, 200 back; Jake Hal- 
lam (16) 50 free, 100 butterfly; 
Ben Fowler (16) 200 back; Elisha 
Hawkins (12) 100 breaststroke. 
Open Water Success 
THE weather also held out last 
weekend for the Blackbuoy Cup 
Open Water swim organised by 
Bridport Barracudas Swimming 
Club. 


The event, held at West Bay in¬ 
volves swimming a distance of a 
'Bridport Mile' (roughly 1222 me¬ 
tres) from the beach swimming 
straight out to sea, around a 
buoy and back again. 

Chard swimmer Lauren Harri¬ 
son (15) entered the event this 
year for the first time. Despite 
being the fourth swimmer over¬ 
all and first female to emerge 
from the rather choppy sea, Lau¬ 
ren ended up in a race to the line 
with Sophie Dawe of the Barra¬ 
cudas who came out of the 
water close behind her and 
made a dash for the finish line. 


Lauren, belatedly realising she 
had to actually cross the line a 
few metres away on the shingle 
beach, made a final run and both 
girls completed the race with ex¬ 
actly the same time (19.54 mins). 

Lauren was awarded second 
place for the Ladies Cup and pre¬ 
sented with a first place Junior 
Girl's Cup. 

A close finish and perhaps a 
good lesson to be learnt there! 

♦ Swimmers of the month for 

July were Simon Davis (11) and 
Leonie Housham (9) who 
achieved the most progress 


points at Club Gala 3 in July. 

In August the trophies went to 
Elisha Hawkins (12) and Jake Hal- 
lam (16) for the most points 
achieved from all events during 
the year as there were no galas 
during August. 

♦ Chard & District Swimming 
Club are always looking for new 
members. 

Sessions are held at Axminster, 
Chard and Crewkerne, as well as 
long course training at Millfield 
School pool. If you would like to 
find out more or arrange a free 
trial please visit our web-site at 
www. chardswimming, org. uk 


Scrum-down rugby round-up with Keith jenkin 

Honiton edged out by Truro fightback 


HONITON 24 TRURO 26 

THIS was an exciting game of rugby union 
football, with the issue being in doubt until 
the whistle for no side sounded. Honiton were 
asked to play down the slope during the first 
period and certainly had the better of the ear¬ 
lier exchanges. 

They took the lead after some ten minutes 
play when, having carried the ball up, they re¬ 
cycled, spun it wide for centre Coutts-Tucker 
to cut a good angle. His inside off load found 
Meadows who linked with Rice and the num¬ 
ber eight got over from the twenty two. Out 
half Meadows added the extras and added to 
his side's score in the short term by kicking a 
penalty goal to give Honiton a 10-0 lead. 

The visitors came back however and re¬ 
duced the arrears with a couple of penalty 
goals to trail 10-6 on the half hour. The final 
few minutes of the half were pivotal as re¬ 
gards the result. The home side were wide 
with three kickable penalty attempts during 
this time and then, just before the break, one 
of their attacks broke down. 

A pass was intercepted and one of theTruro 
back three ran to the posts. The try was con¬ 
verted and the visitors led 13-10 at the 
halfway stage, and furthermore would have 
both slope and breeze in their favour through¬ 
out the second period. 

It was the visitors who drew first blood after 
the break when they kicked an early second 
half penalty, but Honiton were far from done. 

They responded with a try, and it was a 
good one. Coutts-Tucker made the initial 
break and put winger Thompson over out 
wide. Meadows again converted and Honiton 
had inched ahead at 17-16. 

A penalty on the hour did restore the Truro 
lead however, only for the home side to re¬ 
spond yet again with a try by flanker Ben 
Small, again converted by Meadows. Honiton 


now led 24-19 with 10 minutes left, only for 
Truro to break their hearts by getting over for 
a converted try. 

The home side did have control during the 
last few minutes, with the Truro defence con¬ 
ceding a rash of penalties. 

None were really kickable however and 
Honiton ended the day frustrated and ruing 
earlier missed chances. 

Honiton should have gained confidence 
from their overall performance however, 
which demonstrated that they can certainly 
compete at this level. 

CULLOMPTON 3rd 45 HONITON 2nd 5 

POOR old Honiton. Having travelled over the 
hill expecting to fulfil a Merit Table fixture, 
they found that, on the occasion of the Cul- 
lompton Club's vice presidents' luncheon, 
Oldfield Old Boys, Cullompton's first side's op¬ 
ponents had conceded and that Honiton were 
expected to fill the breach and face a side 
laced with players of South West Division ex¬ 
perience on the club's main pitch. 

They did so and found themselves trailing 
45-0 at the break. They kept at it however. Cul- 
lompton rang the changes and Honiton in 
fact, won the second half with a try, touched 
down by skipper Tom Churchward, after a 
quickly taken tapped penalty. 

NORTH PETHERTON 32 SIDMOUTH 29 

WHEN looking at the score line one would 
certainly feel that this was a close game 
throughout, but that surmise could not be fur¬ 
ther from the truth, for Sidmouth had a pretty 
ordinary first hour before rousing themselves 
to give their opponents a very real fright. 

The newly promoted North Petherton side 
opened the scoring with an early penalty goal, 
and doubled their lead with another, around 
the ten minute mark. 


They then turned over possession at a line- 
out, spun the ball wide and scored a con¬ 
verted try to lead 13-0. 

Sidmouth did respond via the boot of Matt 
Goss, around the twenty five minute mark 
but, just before the break, the home side ran 
a wayward kick back to very good effect, and 
scored a converted try to take the score line 
to 20-3 in their favour at the halfway stage. 

The visitors did not start the second period 
all that well, with their opening drop out 
going directly into touch. North Petherton 
won the scrum back on halfway and set up a 
period of pressure that culminated in them 
scoring an unconverted try after some fifteen 
minutes. 

They then touched down a converted effort 
just after the hour mark to lead 32-3, and 
would have felt with some justification, that 
they were home and hosed. 

Not so! Sidmouth awoke! Full-back James 
Powell started the rally by coming into the line 
and putting winger Meadham over. Matt Goss 
converted and, with out half Luff beginning to 
make sniping runs, Sidmouth were beginning 
to fire. 

It was Luff who both initiated the move that 
brought the next score, and completed it. 
Goss again converted and, at 32-17 Sidmouth 
had a little cause to hope. 

Then, in the 38th minute of normal time, 
Chris Higgs broke through the centre of the 
home defence and ran to the posts for Goss 
again to convert to take his side certainly into 
losing bonus point range. 

The referee added on 10 minutes of injury¬ 
time and during it, Sidmouth, who had noth¬ 
ing to lose, set up an attack that went wide to 
the wing, was switched, and finally flanker 
Pyne was up to score in the opposite corner. 

The hurried conversion failed and, although 
there was time for the drop out, the next dead 


ball brought the game to an end with Sid¬ 
mouth having failed, just, to bring off one of 
the more unlikely rallies. Rugby is a strange 
old game! 

PREVIEW 

SIDMOUTH entertain the newly relegated 
BRIDGWATER & ALBION side on Saturday. 

There is a strand of recent form to guide the 
prediction, for I see that the visitors won a 
fairly close encounter at North Dorset this sea¬ 
son, while Sidmouth dominated the Gilling¬ 
ham side at the Blackmore. 

Logic would appear to indicate that a home 
win is very much on the cards, although we all 
know that rugby football and logic are far 
from compatible. 

The HONITON first side face a far more diffi¬ 
cult task. They visit BIDEFORD, who, having 
been promoted into the Western Counties di¬ 
vision a couple of seasons ago, have adapted 
well to life in the division. 

It is difficult to see the Allhallows side re¬ 
turning from North Devon with anything to 
show for their afternoon's work, although 
they will have gained considerable confi¬ 
dence from last Saturday's performance. 

As to the second sides Honiton seconds ac¬ 
company their first side and take on the Bide¬ 
ford second string, and will certainly be 
assured of a hard game. 

Sidmouth seconds also have a difficult en¬ 
counter when they visit Brixham seconds. Sid¬ 
mouth thirds are also on the road, and 
probably have a slightly easier task in 
prospect atTorrington seconds. 

FIXTURES 29th September: Honiton v Bide¬ 
ford (away); Honiton 2nd v Bideford 2nd 
(away); Sidmouth v Bridgwater & Albion; Sid¬ 
mouth 2nd v Brixham 2nd (away); Sidmouth 
3rd vTorrington 2nd (away). 











PULMAN’S VIEW SPORT 


Bowls Seaton & Feniton 

FENITON with Roger Smith 

THE penultimate week of the season saw only the mixed 
team in action. They managed to continue their excellent 
season with four wins out of five fixtures. 

The team defeated Tiverton Borough by 110-73. The win¬ 
ning rinks were R Crowe-swords, A Evans, G Skinner & D 
Evans 28-13, S Goodenough, E Cox and G North 23-11, J 
Evans, V Jones, D Sanders & R North 23-11 and F Brooks, E 
Goodenough, F Jones & P Edmonds 23-14. 

Next they gained sweet revenge against Axminster, win¬ 
ning on all rinks, and by 100-47 overall. The winning rinks 
were D Phillips, V Jones, G Phillips & R Veitch 36-10, N Cox, D 
Sanders, F Jones & L Eveleigh 25-13, G Perryman, E Goode¬ 
nough, L Ley and J O'Sullivan 22-11 & G Blackmore, E Cox, I 
Veitch & R Cooke 17-13. 

The only blemish on the week's results was a 104-28 loss 
against the tourists Wessex Nomads. The only winning rink 
was M Imms, F Imms, Ro Clarke & A Kury 21-17, but two rinks 
were tied. 

Winning ways were resumed with a 92-62 win over Exonia. 
The winning rinks were G Blackmore, M Eveleigh, Ro Clarke 
& L Eveleigh 36-9, N Cox, J Rolph, A Smith & J O'Sullivan 23- 
15 and E Rolph, E Cox, R Arundell & D Evans 22-19. 

The final match of the week was a good 88-76 win against 
Hemyock. 

The winning rinks were R Cooke, A Hughes, G North & L 
Ley 26-15 and S Goodenough, J Wheatley, I Veitchand & J O' 
Sullivan 25-15. 

The Feniton pair of Steve & Lynda Dommett are to be con¬ 
gratulated on reaching the final of the County Mixed Pairs 
Competition sadly losing to G Callaghan & P Chidgey. 

SEATON with Linda Stone 

ON Saturday, September 22nd Seaton Bowls Club held their 
Minor Competitions Day. The winners of the women's Iris 
Aymes pair's competition were A. Mayhew & A. Carter while 
the singles Harman Trophy was won by M. Johnson. 

The men's pairs Ray Jefferies competition winners wereT. 
Talbot & A. Wood and the singles George Fossett competi¬ 
tion was won byT. Hurley-Smith. 

The final competition of the day was for the President's 
Cup which was won by R.McDonald who beat S. Fewtrell in 
a close fought game. 

Seaton went down 86-123 to a touring team from the Wes¬ 
sex Nomads on Sunday. Seaton's top rink was A. Joyner, K. 
Miles, G. Mabon & P. Whitworth. 

On Monday Seaton sent six rinks to Crewkerne for a 
friendly match. Seaton won 138-107, top rink J. Bellamy, A. 
Carter, G. Mabon & S. Rutter. 

The final match of the season was a ladies'friendly game 
in Lyme Regis. It was a close finish with Lyme Regis winning 
by just three shots. Seaton's top rink was L. Stone, S. Warrick, 
A. Mayhew & S. Rutter. 

Last Saturday was the club's Harvest Drive and supper that 
traditionally closes the summer season for the club. 

On Sunday the partitions in the clubhouse were removed 
and the short mats were put in place ready for the winter 
Short Mat Season. 

Anyone who would like to find out more about this game 
is welcome to join us on Monday's and Thursday's which are 
club days. Either come along or phone the club house for 
more information on 01297 20431. 



■ DOUBLES WINNERS: A. Mayhew & A. Carter^* 

Cribbage round-up 


HONITON LEAGUE 
Results Sept 13th (re¬ 
arranged: Vine Inn A 6-2 
Feniton Soc B. Sept 20th: 
Feniton Soc B 4 Honiton Inn 
B 4, Honiton Inn A 1 Work¬ 
ingmens A 7,New Fountain 
5 Kings Arms 3, Thirsty 
Farmer 6 Blacksmith Arms 
2,Vine Inn B 1 Feniton Soc A 
7, Workingmens B 4 


Blacksmiths Arms... 

Vine Inn B. 

Feniton SocB. 


Fixtures: September 27th - 
Blacksmith Arms v Working¬ 
mens B, Feniton Soc A v 
Honiton Inn A, Honiton Inn 
B v Vine Inn A, Kings Arms v 
Thirsty Farmer, Winslade 
Club v Feniton Soc B, Work- 


Winslade Club 4. 



ingmens A v New Fountain. 


P 

Pts 

Captains Cup 

WorkiesA. 

...3 

18 

Audrey Hawkins 0 Maureen 

New Fountain. 

...3 

15 

Pendrick 1. Brenda Flood 1 

Kings Arms. 

...3 

14 

Steve Pettitt 0, Hedley 

Winslade Club. 

...3 

14 

Hawkins 1 Amelia Bath 0, 

Thirsty Farmer. 

...3 

13 

Julie Davies OTerresa Bald¬ 

Vine Inn A. 

...2 

12 

win 1, Lionel Hawkins 1 

Honiton Inn B. 

...3 

12 

Dave Field 0, Maureen Pen¬ 

feniton Soc A. 

...2 

9 

drick 0 Rita Freemantle 1, 

Workies B. 

...3 

9 

Mike Dent 0 Lorraine White 

Honiton Inn A. 

...3 

8 

1 . 


Tuesday September 25th 2012 £ 


Skittles round-up 


COLYTON LEAGUE 

Division 1 

Lamb A 337 (D Webb 64) Three Tuns A 
321 (J Dawes, S Lapping 59); Axe Vale sc 
B 363 (P Garner 69) Honiton WMC A 348 
(J Barker 65); Red Lion Cavaliers 444 (V 
Trott 86) Axminster Con A 408 (J Trivett 
75); Honiton Con D 389 (Wil Tratt 79) 
Lamb B 338 (B Dicks 62); Vine B 355 (D 
Blackmore 67) Gerrard B 349 (S Potter 
64); New Inn A 357 (R Webb, N Jones 65) 
Red Lion A 360 (C Miller 72); Gerrard A 
319 (M Bright 58) Offwell A 305 (B Grant 
63). 

Division 2 

Tuckers Arms B 376 (A Davey 67) Axmin¬ 
ster Carpets B 337 (G Hayball 64); Sid- 
bury Stones 362 (R Chambers 67) 
Sidbury sc A 354 (N Peters 71); Harbour 
C 385 (V Trivett 79) Vine A 380 (P 
Eveliegh 76); Eagle Tavern 372 (C Hutch¬ 
ings 84) Tuckers Arms A 314 (M Oliver, J 
Gostling 57); Beer sc B 315 (S Somers 56) 
Mountbatten Whites 338 (A Bonetta 60); 
Beer Vikings 324 (S Jackson 64) Col- 
combe A 329 (S Marks, CTucker 60); Har¬ 
bour A 371 (M Pavey 77) Winstons A 388 


(G Foxwell 72). 

Division 3 

Rising Sun A 346 (B Venn 61) Axe Vale sc 
C 353 (A Ostler 71); White Hart B 335 (P 
Gibbons 61) Volunteer B 357 (Chris Wat¬ 
son 69); Red Lion Sidbury 338 (J Beaton 
60) Beer Albion 318 (R Denslow 60); Vol¬ 
unteer A 331 (M Baden 62) Harbour 
Beerboys 306 (P White 56); Ship A 380 (C 
Hammett 70) New Inn B 353 (D Hodder 

62) ; Seaton AFC A 357 (A Anning, RTurl 
65) Awliscombe Harts 358 (K Gibbs 69); 
Axminster Carpets A 311 (Rose Crichard 

63) Tuckers Arms C 299 (T Patch 57). 
Division 4 

Honiton WMC B 278 (Christine Richards 
50) Rising Sun B 329 (M Clode, D Hall 61 ); 
Honiton Con A 350 (R Davies 67) King¬ 
fisher B 333 (B Dowell 61); Red Cow A 
315 (J Westwood 59) Beer sc A 319 (M 
Westlake 57); Colcombe B 356 (V Wood 
65) Kings Arms A 372 (B Addington 75); 
Axminster Inn A 287 (J Dawe 54) Seaton 
Bowling club 281 (Rhonda Follenfant 
58); Kingfisher A 339 (A Parsons 68) 
Honiton Con B 335 (P Norman 71); 
Heathfield A 384 (D Crabb 74) Axminster 


Inn B 356 (M Mear, S Boyland 54); 

Division 5 

Offwell B 346 (Annie Riggs 63) White 
Hart A 360 (H Parr 71); Kings Arms B 323 
(Mo Furber 65) Honiton Con BTP 324 (M 
Woollacott 65);ThreeTuns Hammers 385 
(D Small, D Spiller 72) Seaton AFC B 355 
(D Park 77); P J'S A 317 (P Snell 61) Ship 
Ship B Wrecks 345 (P Christmas 62). 

AXMINSTER LEAGUE 

Knock Out Cup 2nd Round 
26th September 

Ax Con Club Rebels v Axe Con Club A, 
Axe Inn Jokers vThorncombe Drifters, 
Axminster Inn A v Underlays (Axe Car¬ 
pets), B & G's V Colcombe B, Colcombe A 
v Tuckers Maggots, Gerrard B v Carpet¬ 
baggers Green Army, Gerrard D (T)v 
Red Lion C (T), Lamb A v Ship Spreaders, 
Lamb C (T) v Kings Arms Stockland A, 
Lamb Spartans v Old Inn Kilm B, New Inn 
Kilm C vThorncombe B, Old Inn Hawk A 
v Kings Arms Seaton A, Old Inn Hawk B 
v Gerrard A, Red Lion D v White Hart 
Wilm A, Tuckers A (T) vTuckers C (T). 


Youth Football 


Seaton U14 2 Honiton 3 

AFTER a close first-half Honiton held a 
slender 1-0 lead. 

Seaton came out determined after 
half-time and equalised with a great 
goal from Kyle Gould. 

But Honiton responded well and took 
a 3- 1 lead. Ollie Binion went close for 
Seaton with a shot that hit the cross bar 
and bounced down on the line but un- 
fortunatly not fully over. 

Gould scored late-on for Seaton but 
too late to push for a draw. 

Seaton Town U11 3 Moors Youth 2 

REECE McCabe and Edward Kenworhty 


(2) scored the goals as Seaton twice 
came from behind to grab a fine win in 
their opening league match of the sea¬ 
son. 

Ella Richardson and Alfie Tucker-Vin- 
cent were top performers for Seaton. 

Sidmouth Warriors U8 1 
Millwey Rise 1 

A LAST minute penalty from Tyler Dib- 
ling earned Rise a point from their visit 
to Sidmouth. 

Sidmouth Raiders U8 0 
Millwey Rise 3 

MILLWEY manager Sam Dibling was 


pleased with his schowing as goals from 
Noah Sedrin, Dylan Bebbington and an 
og secured a fine away win. 

Seaton U10 2 Millwey Rise 5 

PATRICK Tytherleigh (2), Luca Chaffey 
and Zac Featherstone were on the score- 
sheet as Millwey returned home with all 
three points from their short trip to 
Seaton. A glut of players means Millwey 
Rise will be entering a second ill0 team in 
the East Devon Youth League. 

♦ MILLWEY Rise U14 were awarded a 
walkover as opponents Moors (Youth) 
failed to raise a team for Sunday's Devon 
cup tie. 


100th marathon for Boyles 



HONITON RUNNING CLUB 

with Judy Davey 

ON Sunday, September 16th, three Honi¬ 
ton runners went to Newcastle-Upon- 
Tyne to take part in the world's biggest 
half-marathon - the Bupa Great North 
Run. 

About 54,000 runners took part. Alan 
Rowe MBE, Olivia Higginson and Nick 
Bradley-Carter were joined by marine 
Barry Gray and they chose not to race 
the event but went instead to carry The 
Baton and spread the word. This they did 
very well stopping to talk to many fellow 
runners and spectators along the way. 

Mo Farah joined fellow London 2012 
Olympic gold medalists Kat Copeland, 
Greg Rutherford, Nicola Adams and Ellie 
Simmons to start the race. 

Wilson Kipsang was first across the line 
in 59 minutes 6 seconds. The Honiton 
group were just a little slower finishing 
in about 7>h hours. 

Sunday's New Forest Marathon was 

run in heavy rain and a strong wind 
which didn't help conditions. Neverthe¬ 
less, Steve Boyes, in his 100th marathon, 
managed the great time of 3 hours 33 
minutes. 

On the same day Graham Reeves and 


Olivia Higginson turned out for the 
Woodbury 10km run over undulating 
course which has two long inclines and 
an uphill finish. 

Graham came 8th in a pb of 40.29 and 
Olivia finished in her fastest time for this 
race in 52.06. The race raises money for 
Christian Aid. 

AXE VALLEY RUNNERS 

with Dave Mutter 

LUKE Reed finished the last Triathlon 


of2012 in blistering form at Langport 
Sprint Triathlon. 

In terrible conditions he signed off in 
style, finishing 4th overall out of 344 and 
3rd in his age group. The time splits 
were: 400m pool swim - 6.41,25K bike - 
38.27 and 5k Run-20.49. 

It was a cold and wet start to the Coly- 
wobble "Source to sea" on Sunday 
when 16 Axe Valley Runners and two 
Honiton Running Club members braved 
the wind and rain to take part in this an¬ 
nual social run. 

The trail follows the River Coly as 
closely as possible from source to sea, 
starting near Honiton Golf Course and 
ending at Axmouth. 

Much of the 11 -mile route is off-road, 
so the heavy rain made the going soft to 
boggy at times. 

Meanwhile Chris Irving went to Bude 
to take part in the first running of the 
BRUTE or the Bude Rats Ultra Trail Ex¬ 
perience. 

This extended to three distances of 42, 
22 and 12 miles with self- navigation 
over very demanding terrain along sub¬ 
stantial sections of the North Cornish 
Coast. 

Chris settled for the 22-mile distance 
which was rendered even more difficult 
by a blend of challenging weather at 
best or truly atrocious at worst. 

Chris, who completed the course in 
just over five hours, said that he felt 
bruised, shaken and completely stirred 
- but loved the run. 



Darts Axminster league 

RESULTS: September 18th 

DIV ONE - Red Lion A 8Thorncombe B 2,Thorncombe 
A 0 Red Arrows 10, Vault B 6 Vault A 4. DIV TWO: None 
recieved. 


Division 1 

P 

W 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 

Red Arrows. 

.15 

14 

0 

121 

29 

121 

Nags Head A. 

.17 

14 

2 

119 

51 

119 

DC's. 

.16 

8 

5 

92 

68 

92 

Red Lion A. 

.15 

7 

4 

81 

69 

81 

Vault A. 

.16 

6 

8 

73 

87 

73 

Vault B. 

.17 

5 

10 

68 

103 

68 

Axminster Inn. 

.15 

4 

10 

65 

86 

65 

Thorncombe B. 

.15 

4 

8 

64 

86 

64 

Thorncombe A. 

.15 

3 

10 

50 

100 

50 

PJ's Seaton. 

.15 

3 

11 

48 

102 

48 

Division 2 

P 

W 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 

Vault C. 

.13 

13 

0 

110 

20 

110 

Nags Head B. 

.12 

7 

4 

68 

52 

68 

Four Play. 

.10 

3 

5 

45 

55 

45 

Red Necks. 

.9 

4 

5 

41 

49 

41 

Lamb Shanks. 

.7 

2 

4 

32 

38 

32 

Red Bulls. 

.8 

1 

7 

19 

61 

19 

Axe Murderers. 

.5 

0 

5 

5 

45 

5 


NOTICE TO CAPTAINS 

CAPTAINS please note all results not received by the Sat¬ 
urday following the final game will be treated as void 
games and no points will be awarded. 

Please ensure all cups are returned (cleaned) to The 
Red Lion by next Tuesday 25th Sept. Please also see the 
list of missing results below and deliver cards or contact 
the fixture secretary as soon as possible if you are one 
of the teams listed. 


Boules Axe valley 

Golden Hind take triples trophy 

Last Tuesday saw the Triples Cup reach its conclusion, with 
the semi-finals and finals being played at The Lamb Inn in 
Axminster. 

In the first semi-final Whitford Warriors raced to a 9-0 vic¬ 
tory over Gerrard Arms B. 

The second semi looked like it was heading the same way, 
with Harbour A taking a commanding 6-0 lead over Golden 
Hind B. However, the Musbury hit back, running out 9-6 win¬ 
ners. 

The final followed a similar path; Golden Hind B took at 
point at the first end, before conceding four to Whitford at 
the next after a "mishap" with a jumping jack. 

The Hind levelled at 4-4 before a four of their own took 
them to the brink of victory, which was sealed at the next 
end with their first boule. 

Results: Semi-finals: Whitford Warriors 9 Gerrard Arms B 
0; Golden Hind B 9 Harbour A 6. Final: Golden Hind B 9 Whit¬ 
ford Warriors 4. 

All league back matches are now complete.The important 
match in Division 2 saw Kingfisher A secure the point they 
needed against Seaton Town FC A to stay up (although they 
lost 4-1). 

The bottom two teams in Divisions 1 and 2 are relegated, 
whilst the top two teams in Divisions 2 and 3 are promoted; 
these will be ratified at the 2013 AGM, which will be held on 
Tuesday, March 5th at Seaton Town FC. 

Finally, a reminder that the Whitbread Cup Final, takes 
place on Tuesday, September 25th at Seaton Town FC, and 
Presentation Night will be held at Eyre Court Hotel on Tues¬ 
day, October 2nd starting at 7.30pm. 


Div 1 P 

W 

Pts 

Royal Clarence B..16 

9 

38 

Golden Hind B.18 

15 

63 

Harbour Four'y... 

...16 

6 

38 

Colyton FC.18 

13 

56 

Kingfisher A. 

...16 

6 

35 

Ship Castaways....18 

9 

51 

Lamb Mutton. 

...16 

7 

34 

Gerrard Arms B....18 

11 

48 

Golden Wond. 

...16 

4 

33 

Axe Cliff A.18 

10 

47 





Kings & Queens ...18 

9 

41 

Div 3 

P 

W 

Pts 

Whitford Warr.18 

7 

41 

Axe Cliff B. 

...16 

12 

49 

Beer Club.18 

6 

37 

Kings Cavaliers.. 

...16 

12 

49 

New Inn Flyers.18 

7 

33 

White Hart A. 

...16 

10 

49 

Kings Arms A.18 

3 

31 

Eyre Court A. 

...16 

10 

44 




Seaton FC B. 

...16 

9 

41 

Div 2 P 

W 

Pts 

Kings Jesters. 

...16 

7 

39 

Harbour A.16 

13 

55 

Lamb H Fliers. 

...16 

6 

29 

RoyalClarnceA....16 

10 

44 

Lamb Visitors. 

...16 

4 

28 

Seaton FC A.16 

8 

42 

Red Balls. 

...16 

2 

27 

Kingfisher Reb.16 

9 

41 






Honiton 


Torbay 1 Honiton Hornets 2 

HONITON Hornets travelled to Torbay for their first league 
game of the season on Saturday with four players making 
their debuts. 

Honiton had several first-half chances but couldn't seem 
to get past Torbay's'keeper. Towards the end of the first half 
however, a shot on target saw the ball rebound from the 
'keeper giving new player Laura Frank the chance to open 
the scoring 

In the second-half Torbay however broke back from a 16- 
yard hit-out and managed to equalise. 

A great team move eight minutes from time ended with 
Emma Adams who slotted the ball behind the keeper to 
clinch the win for Honiton. 








































































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SIDMOUTH Town crashed out of 
the Throgmorton cup as they were 
beaten 2-1 by neighbours Axmin- 
ster Town in the last first team 
match to be staged at Sector Lane 
on Saturday. 

After conceding either side of the 
interval Sidmouth grabbed a life¬ 
line through Jake Allen and they 
thought they were denied late 
penalty when Matt Rasmussen was 
tripped in the box. 

But overall manager Paddy 
Thomas felt the hosts, who face 
Exmouth Town in round two, de¬ 
served their victory. 

The Vikings return the South 
West Peninsula League division 
one (east) action at the weekend 
when they entertain Newton Abbot 
Spurs at Manstone Road. 

Over at Acland Park Feniton con¬ 
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vision after Andy Jones (2) and 
Paul Dowling scored in a 3-1 win 
over visiting Newtown. 

With the top two meeting at 
Heavitree at the weekend Fenny 
could sneak into the top spot with 
a win at winless Topsham Town. 

Long range double 

Down in division six Feniton Re¬ 
serves have also made a good start. 
The Blues’ second-string are ‘two 
from two’ after a 2-1 win at Priory. 

Meanwhile, in D&E division two 
Nick Ogden’s Sidmouth Town Re¬ 
serves side went down 2-0 at home 
against unbeaten Beacon Knights. 

The Vikings second-string will 
hope for better when they travel to 
Westexe Rovers at the weekend. 


It’s a similar story for Colaton 
Raleigh who, despite two long- 
range specials from Damien 
Armes, were beaten 4-2 at high¬ 
flying Bickleigh. Raleigh welcome 
Chagford 

After a weekend off Honiton 
Town return to action when they 
entertain Elmore Reserves. 

Ottery St Mary were beaten 2-0 
at division three table-toppers 
Crediton United Reserves. 

The Otters could be in the market 
for their first win of the season on 
Saturday when they entertain fel¬ 
low strugglers Upottery who are 
currently without a point. 

Down in division seven Ottery St 
Mary Reserves went down 5-2 at 
top-of-the-table Hal will. 

Next up for the Otters second- 
string is Saturday’s visit by second- 
placed Fluxton. 


Sophie becomes Faldo Champion 


THERE can be no doubt that 2012 has been a momentous 
year for 16-year old Lyme Regis golfing sensation, Sophie 
Keech. 

In a year that has seen her establish herself on the Girls and 
Ladies Amateur circuit, her season came to a fitting climax 
at The Lough Erne Resort, Northern Ireland where she won 
the Faldo Series Europe Ui6 Girls Final. 

After three rounds on the challenging Faldo designed tour¬ 
nament course, Sophie finished eight shots clear of her near¬ 
est challenger, Roos Haarman of The Netherlands, to secure 
the title. Sophie qualified for The Final along with 83 other 
amateur golfers representing 19 countries. The field included 
boys and girls under the age of 21, and overall, Sophie fin¬ 
ished a brilliant 10th. 

As a finale to the tournament, Sophie along with the three 
other category winners teamed up to play against Sir Nick 
Faldo in a two hole-one club competition, a tradition of the 
event. 

The match was halved after which Sir Nick said this was 
the first time he had not won! 

Sophie will now join tournament winner, Jack Singh-Brar 
(Brockenhurst), U21 Girls Champion, Rochelle Morris (Hud¬ 
dersfield) and U21 Boys Champion Robert Busher (Salisbury) 
to The Faldo Series World Final at Mission Hills, China in 
March 2013, a course that is home to worldwide Professional 
GolfTournaments including The Omega Mission Hills World 
Cup. 

Sophie is promised a very busy time in March as she will 
also be defending her World Schools Girl GolfChampionship 
in Thailand the same month, a title she won in South Africa 
two years ago representing Millfield School. 



Sophie, who has recently succeeded in getting her handi¬ 
cap below scratch, is now entering the sixth form at Millfield 
School where she is studying BTEC in Sport as well as increas¬ 
ing her tuition and practise times on the school campus for 
her golf. 

Karen Nicholls, Sophie's golf coach and Director Of Golf at 
Millfield School said: "Myself and all the staff at Millfield are 
absolutely thrilled with the result and we look forward with 
much excitement to the challenges that lie ahead for Sophie 
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