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ISSUE NUMBER 483 Est. April 2005 PICK UP YOUR FREE COPY Tuesday, July 8th 2014 



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INSIDE YOUR 
PULMAN’S 
VIEW 

THIS WEEK 


Road network redesign 


PLANS for a major redesign of Honiton’s roads 
and junctions will be drawn up by councillors 
over the next few months, in a bid to improve 
traffic routes through the town. 

Councillors will be working closely with highways 
experts to conduct a thorough traffic management re¬ 
view, in order to address some of the fundamental 
problems in Honiton’s road network. 

Key locations for consideration already highlighted 
include the junctions at Ottery Moor Lane, New Street 
and the Turk’s Head Lodge - one of Honiton’s most 




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prominent accident blackspots. 

Following the review, recommendations will be 
made to Devon County Council - the highways au¬ 
thority - with a view to initiating an overhaul of the 
town’s roads, which could include setting up a park- 
and-ride scheme based at the Heathpark Industrial Es¬ 
tate. 

Deputy Mayor John Zarczynski, who also chairs the 
council’s planning committee, told Pulman’s View that 
significant work would need to be carried out to enable 
the town’s infrastructure to match the pace of devel¬ 
opment. 


He said: “There are big plans for Honiton and it is 
not going to stay as it is. But there is no way those 
plans can be followed through without major infra¬ 
structure and traffic management improvements - oth¬ 
erwise, the whole town will come to a grinding halt.” 

The recent approval of a 300-home housing devel¬ 
opment on the outskirts of the town, combined with 
planning permission for a new 66-bedroom Premier 
Inn hotel, has generated concern that Honiton’s roads 
will not be able to cope with the extra traffic. 

And it is increasingly likely that a major supermarket 
chain - rumoured to be Morrisons - is set to build a 
new store at Heathpark, which could further compli¬ 
cate traffic management at the western end of the 

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■ FLYING VISIT | Committed fundraisers travelied more than 1,000 miies to join up with iocal Lions, as the I 
Honiton ciub appointed its new president. The Lions weicomed friends from Finiand to Honiton for the club’s I 
I annual handover dinner at The Otter Inn recently, where Brian Richards (left, with wife Undo) took over the I 

■ presidency from Ed Pescud (centre right, with wife Barbara). Local fundraisers were Joined by Juhani and I 
Paula Haverei (right), who travelled from Ikaalinen - around 150 miles north of Helsinki - to attend the dinner. I 
Outgoing president Mr Pescud thanked the Honiton Lions for their continued efforts over the last year, which | 
has seen the club raise a total of £8,000 for local causes 


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PEOPLE IN THE NEWS 



HONITON/OTTERY ST 
MARY: Former King’s 
School student will be 
awarded the prestigious 
□acre Sword for being the 
best male air cadet in the 
country. 

Nineteen-year-old Cadet 
Warrant Officer Jake Rosen 
joined 1064 (Honiton) 
Squadron six years ago. 



Quotes of the week... 

There are big plans for Honiton and it is not 
going to stay as it is. But there is no way those 
plans can be followed through without major 
infrastructure and traffic management im¬ 
provements - otherwise, the whole town will 
come to a grinding halt.” 

Honiton ’s Deputy Mayor John 
Zarczynski, who also chairs the coun¬ 
cil’s planning committee, speaking about 
plans to redesign Honiton’s roads and 
junctions in a bid to improve traffic routes 
through the town. 


ford from Sidmouth has 
been appointed as a non¬ 
executive director of 
Northern Devon Health¬ 
care NHS Trust. 

Ms Crawford has a back¬ 
ground in social care and 
housing and served for five 
years as a consultant with 
the Audit Commission. 


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We know that times are hard for many local 
organisations but we believe that our efficient 
and valuable library deserves to survive and 
to continue serving the people of Ottery and 
district. 

“Encouraging young people to develop a 
love of reading and books is something that 
cannot be costed but it is fundamentally im¬ 
portant. 

James Goddard, Chairman of the Friends 
of Ottery Library group (FOOL) speaking 
about Ottery residents’ fight to 
secure a future for the town’s threatened 
library service 


IN THIS 
WEEK’S 
PULMAN’S 
VIEW 


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SPORT 

Riding club sweep 
the board at trials 

THE Lambert’s Castle Riding Club riders won at all four 
levels and three of the four senior team events at the 
recent Area 12 Horse Trials held at Bicton Arena last 
month. 

Jane Rogers and Kate Jupp did especially well by both 
winning two classes each. 

Jane was riding Corrieview Merlin Magic and Cor- 
rieview Brynn, both horses Jane has bred and trained 
herself. Kate was riding Carry On Regardless , also a 
horse she bred and trained herself which made their 
successes even more fantastic. 

Sidmouth extends lead 

SIDMOUTH cricket club extended their lead at the top 
of the Premier Division to a mammoth 52 points as 
they recovered from a nightmare start to chase down 
a victory target of 225 against visitors Bovey Tracy. 

The hosts lost two wickets without a run on the board 
and were floundering at 30 for 4 before Matt Cooke 
guided them home to a tense three-wicket win with an 
unbeaten 69. 


60 SECONDS: Axminster 
Leisure Centre Manager 
Chris Duchenski was born 
and bred in East Devon and 
lived in Sidmouth for 26 
years before moving re¬ 
cently. 

He has worked for Leisure 
East Devon since 2007 and 
is a keen footballer. 


COLYTON: Colyton Town 
crier Derek Wenn showed 
his support for St Michael’s 
Chapel in Colyford, by hav¬ 
ing a go on a stall run by 
chapel warden Val Pady at 
St Andrew’s Church Fete. 

The annual event saw 
many of the town’s organ¬ 
isations take part. 


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Pulman’s View From, Tuesday, July 8 2014 


From the editor’s chair 

Well you can't please them all! 



I'VE been rapped over the knuckles by a few 
Seaton traders after the comments in my column 
last week about longer opening hours and not 
going into bat for them over the many concerns 
surrounding the regeneration site. 

I also incurred the wrath of a leading light in the 
great efforts being put into attracting more people 
to Seaton when, in a conversation, I commented 
how quiet Seaton was on Saturday mornings de¬ 
spite the fact we are well into summer. 

In this game, you can’t please them all. 

I have also been accused of being over-enthusi¬ 
astic about the proposed £4 million Jurassic Centre 
on which work is due to start next week. 

This is a project that has been on the cards for 
many years and there is no way that at this late 
stage, and having jumped through so many hoops, 
consideration is going to be given to a more central 
site should there be such a thing. 

A huge amount of planning, effort and money 
has gone into producing the final plan and only 
time will tell whether the centre will attract the 
60,000-70,000 visitors predicted for every year. 

At the last town council meeting I attended there 
was a strong lobby of opinion that Seaton needed 
a “real attraction” to bring more people into the 
\t^n following the disappointment over the col¬ 


lapse of the 100-bed hotel proposal. Clearly, 
Seaton is not big enough to attract a Premier Inn or 
a multi-screen cinema. So that “real attraction” 
might well turn out to be the Jurassic Centre, al¬ 
though there are clearly many doubters who won’t 
be swayed. 

♦ THE close-knit cricketing community of East 
Devon was shocked and greatly saddened by the 
death of talented cricketer Ryan Walker, who lived 
in Seaton, after suffering a huge asthma attack. 

Popular among the sporting fraternity of Seaton 
and Axminster, Ryan did not play cricket on Satur¬ 
day due to work commitments but joined In the so¬ 
cialising in the Seaton clubhouse on Saturday 
evening as he always did. 

He suffered a severe asthma attack on Sunday 
and did not recover. 

There is great rivalry on the field of play among 
the East Devon cricket teams, but when stumps 
are drawn there Is great comraderie among the op¬ 
posing players. It’s what makes cricket such a 
wonderful game. 

Ryan,one of the area’s most talented players, re¬ 
cently returned home after wintering in New 
Zealand, such was his love of the game. He will be 
greatly missed by all his cricketing colleagues. 

Philip Evans . 




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AXE VALLEY 

Stunned by young 
cricketer's death 

TRIBUTES have been pouring in to a young cricketer 
who died over the weekend. 

Ryan Walker, 24, from Seaton, was well known in 
East Devon cricketing circles having played for 
Seaton and Axminster. It is understood he suffered 
a massive asthma attack. 

His death has stunned members and supporters of 
both clubs. 

Ryan did not play cricket on Saturday due to work 
commitments but he was at the clubhouse in the 
evening. He suffered the asthma attack on Sunday 
evening. 

Ryan attended Axe Valley Community College in 
Axminster before leaving Southampton Solent Uni¬ 
versity with a sports degree last year. 

A Seaton player at the time of his death, Ryan was 
also a familiar face at Cloakham Lawn Sports Centre 
in Axminster, the home of Axminster Town Cricket 
Club. 

He was a former Axminster player and also 
coached frequently at the ground. 

According to the Devon Cricket Board website, Ryan 
had spent the winter playing cricket in New Zealand 
before returning in time for the current UK season. 

He lived with his dad, Tony, in Seaton and worked as 
a day-time cricket coach and evening bartender. 

Those who knew him have described him as “a 
selfless person” who was always happy to help. 

Andrew Moulding, cricketing development man¬ 
ager at Axminster Town Cricket Club, said he was 
‘devasted" by Ryan’s death. 

“He was so enthusiastic about cricket. 1 coached 
him from when he was eight years old and 1 knew his 
family from cricket. He was quite a talented bowler 
but his asthma used to tire him and he became a 
wicketkeeper.” 

Seaton Cricket Club issued a statement on its Face- 
book page, saying: “It is with great sadness that Ryan 
Walker passed away. 

“Such a great bloke and a help to the club in so 
many ways. We are sending our thoughts and 
prayers to all of his family and friends.” 


SEATON 

First view of plans 
for Jurassic Centre 

SEATON residents have been given the first glimpse 
of detailed plans for the Seaton Jurassic project - the 
town’s new multi-million pound heritage centre. 

Around 150 local people attended a talk at Seaton 
Town Hall on Wednesday evening of last week 
where they were told the project was on track to be 
opened in autumn 2015. 

Harry Barton, chief executive of the Devon Wildlife 
Trust, which will manage the new centre, outlined 
the progress made so far and explained the design 
of the building. 

He said: “One of the aims of the centre is to raise 
awareness of our amazing heritage and what better 
place to do this than Seaton, with its unique location 
on the Jurassic Coast - the only place with examples 
of the Jurassic, Triassic and Cretaceous eras.” 

Mr Barton went on to explain how the centre will 
tell the story of the 
coastline, and the audi¬ 
ence was treated to the 
first viewings of some of 
the interpretation ideas 
and plans for both the 
inside and outside of the 
centre. 

He added: “To go from a 
blank canvas of a car 
park to a fully operating 
visitor centre within 15 
months will be some 
challenge. But we are 
confident we can deliver, 
as we have an excellent 
team working together 
with such fantastic local 
support as well.” 

Seaton Visitor Centre 
Trust, which has cam¬ 
paigned for more than 15 
years for the Jurassic 
Coast centre to be built, 
also used last week’s 
event to launch a 
fundraising campaign 
for a wildlife garden to 
feature in plans for the 
centre.” 

The group is looking to 
raise £50,000 to fund 
the garden, and chair¬ 
man Bernard Dunford 
said he was “delighted” 
with the local response. 


HONITON 

Road network to 
be redesigned 

PLANS for a major redesign of Honiton’s roads and 
junctions will be drawn up by councillors over the 
next few months, in a bid to improve traffic routes. 

Councillors will be working closely with highways 
experts to conduct a thorough traffic management 
review, to address some of the fundamental prob¬ 
lems in Honiton’s road network. 

Key locations for consideration already highlighted 
include the junctions at Ottery Moor Lane, New 
Street and the Turk’s Head Lodge - one of Honiton’s 
most prominent accident blackspots. 

Following the review, recommendations will be 
made to Devon County Council - the highways au¬ 
thority - with a view to initiating an overhaul of the 
town’s roads, which could include setting up a park- 
and-ride scheme based at the Heathpark Industrial 
Estate. 

Deputy Mayor John Zarczynski, who also chairs 
the council’s planning committee, told Pulman’s 
Viewthat significant work would need to be carried 
out to enable the town’s infrastructure to match the 
pace of development. 

He said: “There are big plans for Honiton and it is 
not going to stay as it is. But there is no way those 
plans can be followed through without major infra¬ 
structure and traffic management improvements - 
otherwise, the whole town will come to a halt.” 


SIDMOUTH 

Knowle relocation 
to move forward 

AN APPLICATION to turn parts of Knowle, Sidmouth, 
into a town and village green has failed, giving East 
Devon District Council (EDDC) the go-ahead to 
progress its relocation. 

The Knowle Residents’ Association (KRA) made the 
application, which forced EDDC to stop marketing 
the site and Manstone depot. 

A town or village green designation is defined by 
law is a space that has been allotted for the exercise 
or recreation of the inhabitants of any locality or on 
which the inhabitants of any locality have a custom¬ 
ary right to indulge in lawful sports and pastimes. 

EDDC’s cabinet and full council supported the pro¬ 
posal to move its headquarters to from the Knowle 
to Sky Park, near Exeter, in February. 

As part of the process, EDDC must find out the 
value that developers are prepared to put on Knowle 
and Manstone. 

The refused application means EDDC can resume 
the marketing exercise. 

An EDDC spokesperson said: “In his report, the in¬ 
spector commissioned by Devon County recom¬ 
mended rejection of the KRA’s application. This was 
based not only on the particulars of the Knowle ap¬ 
plication but also the relevance of a recent Supreme 
Court ruling.” 

OTTERY ST MARY 

Campaign by friends 
to save the library 

OTTERY residents fighting to secure a future for the 
town’s threatened library service have warned that 
time is running out, and this week called for the local 
community to help generate ideas for ways the facil¬ 
ity could be maintained in the long term. 

Devon County Council is proposing to slash library 
spending by £1.5million across the county, and many 
of Devon’s smaller libraries - including Colyton and 
Axminster, as well as Ottery St Mary - are being pre¬ 
pared for significant changes. 

Concerned residents formed a “Friends of Ottery Li¬ 
brary” group following the start of a public consulta¬ 
tion on the plans, which is due to end next week. 

And with time running out, those heading the cam¬ 
paign have called for local service users to come for¬ 
ward with their own suggestions for how the library 
could be maintained. 

James Goddard, Chairman of the Friends of Ottery 
Library group (FOOL), said: “We know that times are 
hard for many local organisations but we believe that 
our efficient and valuable library deserves to survive 
and to continue serving the people of Ottery and dis¬ 
trict. 

“Encouraging young people to develop a love of 
reading and books is something that cannot be 
costed but it is fundamentally important.” 


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Death Notice 


WATKINS Maureen - Peacefully in the 
R D & E Wonford Hospital on the 1st 
July 2014, aged 76 years. 

Loving mum of Tristan, grandma of Ben 
and mother in-law of Colin. She will be 
sadly missed by all her family and 
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Respite centre to reopen 


A HONITON respite centre for 
people with learning difficulties is 
set to reopen in September. 

Pine Park Respite Centre was se¬ 
riously flooded in December last 
year and forced to close. 

Its future was unclear, but Devon 
County Council eventually de¬ 
cided to embark on a £130,000 re¬ 
pair programme. 

A DCC spokesperson said: “The 
hygiene and clean up work at Pine 
Park is almost complete, but the 
council’s plans include new floor 
coverings, replacement kitchen 
and bathroom units, and the recon¬ 
struction of damaged walls. 

“Other maintenance to the build¬ 
ing is also required before it will 
reopen.” 

West Hill couple Eileen and Bob 
Gaiger were worried that Pine Park 
House wouldn’t reopen. 

Their daughter Laura, 30, at¬ 
tended Pine Park House on a regu¬ 
lar basis until flooding forced the 
closure. 

After the decision to reopen, Mr 
Gaiger said: “We are obviously 
very pleased, but sympathise with 
users in Exeter.” 

Pine Park’s lifeline means that 
services at a centre in Exeter will 
be suspended. 

The DCC spokesperson said: 
“With the cost of repairs at Pine 


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Park estimated to reach £130,000, 
at a time when the council has to 
save £110 million by 2017 due to 
government funding cuts, the 
council can not afford a larger bill 
of £311,000 to make equally nec¬ 
essary repairs to another of its 
respite centres in Exeter, Haldon 
View.” 

County councillor Stuart Barker 
explained: “We have looked at the 


number of people and families cur¬ 
rently using respite and the fre¬ 
quency of their visits, and the fact 
that all four of our respite centres 
have ongoing spare capacity. 

“But given the estimated cost to 
carry out necessary work at Hal¬ 
don View, and because we have 
two respite centres in Exeter, we 
will reopen Pine Park Respite Cen¬ 
tre in Honiton and temporarily sus¬ 
pend the service from Haldon 
View.” 


Chalet U-turn confirmed 

EAST Devon District Councii’s (EDDC) U-turn to aiiow chaiets at The 
Cedars, Otter Vaiiey Park to be used as permanent abodes has been con¬ 
firmed. 

The decision was made by the councii’s Deveiopment Management 
Committee on Juiy 1st. Year-round occupation was in breach of pianning 
ruies and EDDC have in the past taken enforcement action against year- 
round residents. 

But a pianning appiication to aiiow year-round occupation was supported 
by EDDC officers because of a shortage of housing in East Devon. 

Home Farm Hotel up for sale 

THE iconic Home Farm Hotei in Wiimington, near Honiton, has been put up 
for saie with a speciaiist property advisor Christie and Co. 

The 13-bedroom estabiishment has been owned and run by famiiy team 
Ashiey and Rebecca Gray since 2011, but the coupie is iooking to seii in order 
to move back to London. 

The hotei has undergone a major refurbishment programme under their 
stewardship and has been given a guide price of £800,000. 


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Top award for Jake 


A HONITON air cadet will be awarded the prestigious 
□acre Sword for being the best male air cadet in the 
country. 

Nineteen-year-old Cadet Warrant Officer Jake 
Rosen is a former pupil of The King's School in Ottery 
St Mary and Joined 1064 (Honiton) Squadron six 
years ago. 

Squadron Leader Dave Rolfe MCGI RAFVR(T) said: 
"The Dacre Sword was the dress sword of former 
RAF Air Commodore G B Dacre and was presented 
by his wife to the Air Training Corps in 1979. 

"Jake has an extensive list of achievements includ¬ 
ing the completion of both flying and gliding schol¬ 
arships in 2013. 

"He has attended numerous camps at RAF sta¬ 
tions in the UK and abroad. This year he will be visit¬ 
ing Israel as part of the International Air Cadet 
Exchange scheme. 

"Jake has participated fully in a range of sports and 
adventure training activities including canoeing, 
kayaking and surfing. 

"He also achieved his Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s 
Award in 2012, having taken part in an expedition to 
the Black Mountains of Wales." 

Music plays a large part in Jake’s air cadet career. 
He is a founder member and former Drum Major of 
the Devon & Somerset Wing ATC Band. 

Jake said: "I have had a fantastic time as an air 
cadet; so many opportunities have been provided. 

"As an instructor cadet I have been able to give 
something back to the younger cadets at the 
squadron." 


Jake is due to leave the air cadets later this year and 
hopes to pursue a career in marine engineering. 

Squadron Leader Rolfeadded: "CWO Rosen is an 
excellent ambassador for the Air Cadet Organisa¬ 
tion; he is a credit to himself, and his squadron." 

CWO Jake Rosen will receive the Dacre Sword at an 
award ceremony due to be held later this year. 



■ SIMPLY THE BEST | CWO Rosen pictured with 
Commandant Air Cadets, Air Commodore Dawn 
McCafferty at a band competition 


Rethink on Honiton roads 


■ CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 

town. But work to improve the layout of the contro¬ 
versial Turk’s Head junction - where two road acci¬ 
dents occurred within the space of three days last 
week - is likely to be carried out later this year, in con¬ 
junction with building work on the new Premier Inn 
hotel. 

Councillor Zarczynski added: “The town council has 
been told that Turk’s Head has been made a priority 
for highways (the county council’s highways depart¬ 


ment) and that it is top of their list. 

“It is ridiculous what is there at the moment. I have 
always said that work should have been done there 
when they built Heathpark - they should never have 
designed it like that. 

“All the talk is that they are going to put in a round¬ 
about there. It is just a question of when they will 
make a start on it. 

“With all the development going on around it, that 
junction has got to be done.” 

























































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■ BROLLIES UP: Wet weather failed to dampen spirits at the Kiimington branch of the Royai British Legion’s annuai barbecue. Chair¬ 
man Roger Lovegrove and his wife Joan heiped Chris and Becky Newman, managers of the New Inn, to prepare the pub and the skittle 
alley for 60 members and their guests. 



Church fete raises £831 



ALTHOUGH attendance was 
down on previous years, voiun- 
teers at the annuai fete at St 
Giies’ Church in Kiimington stiii 
managed to raise £831. The 
event inciuded a range of staiis 
and refreshments, inciuding 
cream teas. Locai chiidren 
brought aiong their teddy bears 
aiong to be parachuted from the 
top of the church tower by Peter 
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■ PLANNING FOR FUTURE: More than 100 residents attended the two-day Neigh¬ 
bourhood Plan exhibition 


Chardstock plan goes on show 


CHARDSTOCK Parish Council launched 
its Neighbourhood Plan with a two-day 
public exhibition over the weekend. 

Chardstock is a member of a 10-parish 
Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding 
Natural Beauty (AONB) Neighbourhood 
Plan consortium, enabling some of the 
costs of planning to be shared, but the end 
result will focus specifically on Chard¬ 
stock. 

The exhibition was held in the Commu¬ 
nity Hall and outlined the reasons for cre¬ 
ating the plan, along with some of the 
main issues faced by the small, rural com¬ 
munity and also describing the process of 
“plan making”. It coincided with the mass 
distribution to every home in the parish of 
a detailed questionnaire, encouraging 
every resident to contribute. 

More than 100 people visited the exhi¬ 
bition and were invited to leave written 
comments and opinions. This process of 
aligning the plan’s content with local 
opinion will continue throughout the pro¬ 
ject’s life. 

Parish council chairman Mary de Souza 
said: “For some years now, we, like many 


other parishes, have felt that the process 
of deciding what new housing should be 
approved for Chardstock is actually con¬ 
ducted elsewhere, behind our backs and 
over our heads. Consultation often feels 
like a token gesture. 

“Once inspected and approved in a 
parish referendum, our Neighbourhood 
Plan will have statutory status and should 
place control of many important planning 
matters back in the hands of the local 
community, which is where it belongs”. 

Among many others, the council invited 
St Andrew’s Primary School to be part of 
the launch. The students responded with 
enthusiasm, presenting a quartet of 
colourful posters illustrating what is good 
about the parish now and how it might be 
improved. 

Cllr de Souza continued: “This will be a 
long and difficult task but if in the end we 
are better able to protect assets like our 
Conservation Area and the AONB, to 
match development with the true needs of 
our parish and to protect the parish’s 
unique character and abundant wildlife 
habitat, then it will have been worth it.” 


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Firefighters^ 
rescue OAP 

AN ELDERLY man was rescued from 
his home in Tremaine Ciose iast week, 
after the property fiiied with smoke 
caused by a cooking appiiance. 

Fire crews puiied the man from the 
sheitered housing accommodation on 
Tuesday evening (Juiy 1st) at around 
9.30pm, after he had faiien down inside. 

A fire service spokesperson said 
crews forced their way in and quickiy 
ventiiated the property. 

Writers’ group 
entertainment 

HONITON Writers’ Group wiii stage an 
evening of entertainment at St 
Michaei’s Church in Shute this week. 

The event wiii inciude originai stories, 
poems and music performed by the 
group, and admission is free. 

The show takes piace on Friday (Juiy 
11th), starting at 7:30pm. 


Community fun 
day comes to town 


A COMMUNiTYfestivai wiii be heid by 
East Devon District Councii at Aiihai- 
iows Fieid on Saturday (Juiy 12th), tak¬ 
ing piace between 1pm and 4pm. 

Visitors wiii be abie to enjoy face 
painting, circus skiiis, a bouncy castie 
and a range of other attractions free of 
charge. 

The Rugby Ciub bar wiii be open aii af¬ 
ternoon and there wiii be music spon¬ 
sored by Otter Windows. 


Community project to 
teii story of Worid War I 


HONITON residents are being encouraged 
to support a unique community initiative 
designed to commemorate the 100-year 
anniversary of a series of World War I 
events. 

An exhibition of war memorabilia, in¬ 
cluding weaponry, helmets and maps as 
well as diary extracts and other personal 
records, is due to go on display this week¬ 
end, starting a chain of commemorative 
events to be held over the next four years 
to mark the conflict. 

Local history enthusiast Nigel Scarr, who 
began the project in Talaton, near Ottery 
St Mary, is hoping to collect donations 
over the course of the project, in order to 
fund reproductions of the 1919 ‘Peace 
Mugs’. 

The mugs would then be distributed to 
local children, in an effort to keep the 
memory of war alive in future generations. 

Mr Scarr will be displaying his extensive 
personal collection of wartime memora¬ 
bilia in Talaton on Saturday, and is encour¬ 
aging other enthusiasts to share their own 
wartime connections. 

He said: “We have the next four years to 
ensure our younger generations remember 
the story of the war - if we do not get it 
right now it will be 100 years gone and the 
memory will be lost. 

“This is quite a unique collection which 


by Jack Dixon 

helps to shed light on the military and so¬ 
cial history of the war, and many of these 
items have not been put on display before. 

“We are also planning to produce a com¬ 
munity play, run a wartime food exhibition 
and even hold a football match at Christ¬ 
mas to mark the anniversary of the truce 
and recreate the story of the war. It is about 
educating, informing and inspiring peo¬ 
ple.” 

Mary Hyland, owner of Honiton’s spe¬ 
cialist family history business ‘Plantagen- 
esta’, is also showing her support for the 
scheme and is inviting residents to visit the 
High Street shop to find out more. 

She said: “When he first showed me, I 
could not believe the collection of memo¬ 
rabilia Nigel had put together over the last 
ten years .We are now hoping this ground¬ 
breaking initiative will gather huge mo¬ 
mentum with local people and open a 
gateway to the past.” 

The free exhibition, titled ‘Lest We For¬ 
get’ , will take place at the Church of St 
James in Talaton on Saturday (July 12th) 
between 12noon and 8pm. 

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YOUNG jobseekers and school 
leavers met with employers and 
training providers at the East 
Devon Jobs and Apprenticeship 
Fair in Honiton Leisure Centre. 

The event was organised by MP 
Neil Parish, JobCentre Pius and 
the Nationai Apprenticeship 
Service. 

Heid on June 27th, more than 20 
employers and training providers 
had stands at the fair. 

Amongst local businesses of¬ 
fering Jobs and training were 
Axminster Toois and Machinery, 
River Cottage, HepcoMotion, 
Deer Park Country Hotei, Cosmic, 
as well as the Devon Branch of 
the Federation of Small Busi¬ 
nesses. 

They were Joined by a number 
of major national employers such 


as the Army, Royal Navy and BT 
as well as local public sector or¬ 
ganisations such East and Mid 
Devon District Councils. 

Charities like the British Fleart 
Foundation and the Donkey 
Sanctuary and training providers 
Petroc College, Exeter College and 
Academy4U were also in atten¬ 
dance. 

Speaking after the event Mr 
Parish said: “With over a 100 
young people attending the fair 
looking for Job and training oppor¬ 
tunities, I think it was a huge suc¬ 
cess and I hope to hold more Jobs 
fairs in the future. 

"I would like to thank Floniton 
Community College and principal 
Glenn Smith for their support and 
for the use of the leisure centre, 
the National Apprenticeship 


Service and JobCentre Plus, as 
well as all the employers and 
training providers that made this 
event happen. 

“We are lucky in Devon to have 
one of the country’s lowest un¬ 
employment levels. 

"Flowever, there are still people 
looking for Jobs and too many 
young people from the West 
Country move away to find their 
fortunes elsewhere. 

"We need to show that Devon is 
a dynamic business environment 
with many great opportunities for 
young people. 

"I met many innovative busi¬ 
nesses in Devon who are crying 
out for young talent and I hope 
that fairs like this one provide op¬ 
portunities for both employers 
and those seeking work." 


Skydiving worid record beaten 
by Dunkesweli charity fundraiser 



SKYDIVE UK Ltd has beaten the 
world record for the most tandem 
skydives at single venue within 24 
hours. 

They chose the longest day of the 
year - June 21st - and it proved to 
be a smart move. 

Jumping solidly for 16 hours and 
10 minutes, they did 281 tandem de¬ 
scents, beating the previous Guin¬ 
ness World Record which was 251, 
held by Germany. 

“This was an incredible experi¬ 
ence and it only proves how much 
we can do as a team,” said Jason 
Farrant, managing director at Sky¬ 
dive UK. 

“We are the biggest skydiving 
school in the south of England, and 
we are happy this has put us on the 
map”. 

Most people who skydived raised 
money for charities of their choice. 


“Not only this was the experience 
of their lives, a lot of good has come 
out of it.” said Linda Bulpin, charity 
co-ordinator for Skydive UK Ed. 

The age of skydivers ranged from 
16 to 87. Some of them lived very 
close to the skydiving school near 
Honiton for the most of their life. 

But lots of daredevils travelled 
from as far afield as London, the Isle 
of Wight and even Scotland 

“Unfortunately a lot of people who 
had booked did not turn up at the 
event and did not advise us of this. 

“This made our nerves tickle a 
bit as we were unsure of the total 
number at one point,” said Ms 
Bulpin. 

“Luckily the atmosphere was so 
fantastic! Lots of friends and fami¬ 
lies, who originally came just to 
watch the event, decided they would 
like to have a go at it and booked in 


there and then. So we confidently 
beat the record and it all happened 
the best it could have.” 

Daniel Hutchings, 50, from Surrey 
liked it so much that, between 7am 
in the morning and 11am, he took 
part in three tandem skydives. 

All of them counted towards the 
world record. 

He had never jumped before and 
said: “I only wish I found out about 
this sport earlier in my life.” 

Now he’d like to become one of 
the qualified skydivers and is hoping 
to get his skydiving licence in the 
near future. 

The whole event was overseen by 
two independent witnesses from 
British Parachute Association, to 
make sure the event can be officially 
recognised. 

Skydive UK is waiting to hear 
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Monster bins make debut 


■ BIN THERE, DONE 
THAT I EDDC member 
and Seaton Champion 
Steph Jones, local res¬ 
ident Roger Upright 
and Kaya the dog put a 
bin to the test 



SEATON has taken delivery of 
seven solar-powered, compact¬ 
ing monster litter bins. 

They are part of a project which 
has seen East Devon District 
Council enter a five-year lease for 
a total of 21 new 'Big Beily’ brand 
iitter bins. 

The high-tech bins compact the 
iitter inside, so can hoid eight 
times as much waste as EDDC's 
ageing stock of conventional bins. 


Seven bins have aiso been ailo- 
cated to Budleigh Saiterton and 
Sidmouth respectiveiy - and 
there is a triai run in Exmouth. 

District councillor lain Chubb, 
EDDC’s Cabinet member for Envi¬ 
ronment, said: "This new type of 
bin is a very exciting departure for 
East Devon because they have 
so many benefits rolied into one 
deai. 

"Not only do they reduce the 


amount of street furniture but 
they aiso iimit scavenging by guiis 
and other pests." 

The cost invoived was not men¬ 
tioned, but an EDDC spokesper¬ 
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agreement wiii be offset by sav¬ 
ings on agency and staff overtime 
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Seaton Town Mayor, Gay nor Sedgwick, who was 
there for the launch, said: “I am delighted to be at the 
official launch, as the Memory Cafe is much needed 
in Seaton. It is marvellous to have and I thank the or¬ 
ganisers for getting it off the ground.” 

Chairman Yvonne Addington - who is also a regis¬ 
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tunity for people with an early diagnosis to feel safe 
and network with others. 


“It is their cafe and we want to gather ideas to bring 
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a place for people who have recently been diagnosed 
with dementia and their friends or carers to come and 
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support. 

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First look at plans for 
new Jurassic centre 


SEATON residents have been given the first 
glimpse of detailed plans for the Seaton Juras¬ 
sic project - the town’s new multi-million 
pound heritage centre. 

Around 150 local people attended a talk at Seaton Town 
Hall on Wednesday evening of last week where they 
were told the project was on track to be opened in autumn 
2015. 

Harry Barton, chief executive of the Devon Wildlife 
Trust, which will manage the new centre, outlined the 
progress made so far and explained the design of the 
building. 

He said: “One of the aims of the centre is to raise 
awareness of our amazing heritage and what better place 
to do this than Seaton, with its unique location on the 
Jurassic Coast - the only place with examples of the 
Jurassic, Triassic and Cretaceous eras.” 

Mr Barton went on to explain how the centre will tell 
the story of the coastline, and the audience was treated 
to the first viewings of some of the interpretation ideas 
and plans for both the inside and outside of the centre. 

He added: “To go from a blank canvas of a car park to 
a fully operating visitor centre within 15 months will be 
some challenge. But we are confident we can deliver, as 


we have an excellent team working together with such 
fantastic local support as well.” 

Seaton Visitor Centre Trust, which has campaigned for 
more than 15 years for the Jurassic Coast centre to be 
built, also used last week’s event to launch a fundraising 
campaign for a wildlife garden to feature in plans for the 
centre.” 

The group is looking to raise £50,000 to fund the gar¬ 
den, and chairman Bernard Dunford said he was “de¬ 
lighted” with the local response so far. 

He said: “Filling the Town Hall shows the local appetite 
and enthusiasm for this project. We cannot wait for the 
build to start and see the reality of our years of campaign¬ 
ing unfold. 

“The wildlife garden will be our tangible contribution 
and ensure local people are always involved.” 

Fast Devon District Council is managing the capital 
budget for the project and will own and build the centre. 

Other key funding partners include the Devon Wildlife 
Trust, the Jurassic Coast World Heritage team, the Her¬ 
itage Lottery Fund and the Coastal Communities Fund. 
Anyone interested in helping with fundraising, contribut¬ 
ing directly or becoming a volunteer at the centre can 
contact Mr Dunford or Ann Keif on 01297 22198. 


Open day at Percorama 

DESPITE the odd shower or two nearly 1,000 visi¬ 
tors took advantage of free entry to the Pecorama 
Gardens and Model Railway Exhibition on Sunday in 
support of the Devon Air Ambulance. 

Both Seaton Tramway and The Sidmouth Donkey 
Sanctuary were represented on the day along with 
Radio Exe who had a live link to their studio. 

DAAT mascots Ambrose and Jenni the Hell en¬ 
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Raising the roof sheds iight on pub history 



RECENT repair work carried out 
at a Branscombe pub has re¬ 
vealed a 400-year-old secret 
hidden in its attic. 

Following last winter's stormy 
weather, the roof of the 14th 
century Mason's Arms alehouse 
was removed for repairs to the 
rafters, but workmen were 
shocked to discover a secret 
chamber under the eaves. 

Landlady Alison Ede was also 
mystified by the discovery. She 
said: “We had absolutely no Idea 
of the room's existence. It is ob¬ 
viously part of the fabric of the 
building so it has to have been 
there for centuries. But who lived 
in it and why?'' 

While the occupant of the se¬ 
cret room remains a mystery, ex¬ 
perts believe it may be connected 
to religious turmoil in the village 
following Henry VIN's 16th cen¬ 
tury reforms. 

Many old manor houses and 
historic buildings in the area pos¬ 
sessed 'priest-holes' to hide 
Catholics from Protestants. 

The history of the inn can be 
traced back as far as the 1360s, 
and was famously frequented by 
skilled masons contracted to 
work on the construction of Ex¬ 
eter Cathedral. 

And as part of the ongoing re¬ 
pairs to the pub, the secret room 
is set to feature strongly in the 
future of The Mason's Arms. 


Helicopter scrambled after mayday call 


A COASTGUARD helicopter was 
scrambled when a vessel issued 
a mayday call off Beer. 

The alarm was raised at about 
11.20am on Sunday, June 29th, 
and a Coastguard spokesper¬ 


son said: “Fishing vessel Han¬ 
nah Beth, with three people 
aboard, broadcast a mayday 
stating that they were taking 
water fast off Beer. 

“Sidmouth and Exmouth 


Lifeboats launched and the 
Portland Coastguard Rescue 
Helicopter scrambled. 

“The Ingress of water was 
stopped and the vessel pumped 
out." 



I WARM-UP I Getting ready for the show 


Zumba fun at Seaton Primary 


FOLLOWING two successful years performing at 
Seaton Primary School’s summer fete, JM DanceFit 
founder Johanna Morgan was asked to provide a third 
Zumba performance on Saturday, June 28th. 

Members of the JM DanceFit Seaton Little and Jun¬ 
ior Starz crew put on a spectacular display of Zumba, 
enjoyed by both children and adults at the school’s 
2014 summer fete. 

The Zumba Kids classes, which allow children to 
have fun while improving both their confidence and 


fitness levels, are held in the main hall at Seaton Pri¬ 
mary school. 

New children are welcome to join in the termly 
classes, which are open to all children whether they 
attend the school or not. 

Johanna said: “I was so incredibly proud of all of my 
Seaton Little & Junior Starz and their display. 

“I would like to congratulate them all on a fantastic 
performance which was full of energy, big smiles and 
most importantly lots of fun.” 


Alison Ede added: “We have 
been looking to add a new func¬ 
tion and meeting room to the pub 
and this will fit the bill perfectly. 

“Who knows what secret plans 
were discussed up there back in 
the day? At least anybody want¬ 
ing to book the room in future can 
certainly be guaranteed privacy 
as well as a truly historic setting.'' 

The Mason's Arms beer festival 
is set to get underway next 
weekend (July 18th-20th), fea¬ 
turing a range of live music and 18 
different guest ales and ciders 
from across the South West. 



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Sun shines for St Andrew’s annual fete 



■ HAVING A GO: Town crier Derek Wenn supports St Michael's Chapel in Colyford, 
with a stall run by chapel warden Val Pady 



■ COMMUNITY EFFORT: The Friends of Colyton Library promoted their efforts to 
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COLYTON residents flocked to the annual fete 
at St Andrew’s Church this weekend for some 
traditonal summer fun. 

The fair was held on Saturday on the church 
green, where a number of stalls and traditional 
fete games and activities were set up. 

Volunteers from the 1st Colyton Scouts and 
Brownies ran the “Saints" Pimm’s bar and grill 
in aid of the church, while the Guides helped at 
the community cafe inside serving teas, cof¬ 
fees and homemade cakes. The Scouts also ran 
a skittles competition and coconut shy. 

Other attractions included a bouncy castle, 
portrait painiting, balloon art and musical en¬ 
tertainment from the Axe River Jazz Band and 
Colyton-based brother and sister duo. Six Days. 

Local organisations running stalls included St 
Michael’s Chapel in Colyford, St Andrew’s Choir, 
the Friends of St Andrew’s, and the Friends of 
Colyton Library who were promoting their up¬ 
coming talk with Ann Widdecombe and re¬ 
cruiting volunteers to help run the library 
following county council budget cuts. 

There was also a book stalls, plants, home¬ 
made cakes, a whiskey raffle and grand raffle. 


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■ A LITTLE TIPPLE: The whiskey raffle was a hit with those attending the fete 



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New owners at Colyton Garden Shop 


■ HAND OVER: Nick and Belinda Weldon with new owners Andy Woolner, Sue Brown and her daughters Rachel 
and Lizzy 


THE Garden Shop in Colyton was handed over to 
new owners this week, who plan to develop the 
existing business alongside a cafe. 

Sue Brown, Andy Woolner and Sue’s daughters 
Rachel and Lizzy took over the shop on Tuesday 
from Nick and Belinda Weldon, who have been 
running the business for the past 14 years. 

Andy’s experience in designing and building be¬ 
spoke garden rooms and timber structures will 
add to the business while Sue, who previously 
worked as a school administrator, said she 
wanted to do something completely different and 
it was a “dream" to take on the shop, which they 
could run together as a family. 


As well as continuing the existing business, sell¬ 
ing plants, garden accessories, homeware and 
crafts, the family have also opened a new coffee 
shop and cafe offering breakfasts, light lunches, 
cakes, cream teas and coffees, all using locally- 
sourced ingredients. 

On handing over the business Mr Weldon said: 
“We wish Sue, Andy and their family every suc¬ 
cess and are pleased they are taking over from 
where we left off and the business is going from 
strength to strength." 

The Garden Shop is open seven days a week, 
9am to 5.30pm Monday to Saturday and 10am to 
4pm on Sundays. 




















































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neWI 


Women's Institutes 
ROUND UP 


Summer displays at flower club 


KILMINGTON 

THE speaker Colin Dean started pro¬ 
ceedings at Kilmington WI by talking 
about his time as a policeman on the 
beat in 1960s Bristol. 

Recruits had to be tall and fit as there 
was a lot of walking to do. He talked 
about the changes which happened in 
the 60s, particularly in communication. 

There were blue police boxes in those 
days which beat policemen had to be 
able to see every 30 minutes and if the 
light was flashing take action. 

He was instructed to walk slowly and 
calmly when on foot patrol to reassure 
the public. Policewomen dealt only 
with women and children - all very dif¬ 
ferent from today. 

He was thanked by Mary Seward, 
whose husband was a special constable 
for 25 years. 

Mary read the report of the National 
Federations of WIs annual meeting at 
Leeds, held on June 7th, at which poet 
and novelist Sir Andrew Motion, ento¬ 
mologist, author and presenter Dr 
George McGavin, and TV presenter and 
journalist Bill Turnbull, all spoke. 

Arrangements were made for meet¬ 
ings at All Saints and Uplyme to which 
members had been invited. The possi¬ 
bility of a mystery trip was also dis¬ 
cussed and Barbara will look into coach 
availability. 


On July 10th Rosanne Beer will talk 
on cake icing and decoration at 7pm in 
Kilmington Village Hall. 

COLYFORD 

President Margaret Nicholson wel¬ 
comed guests from all the local WIs and 
members old and new to the 39th birth¬ 
day party of Colyford WI. 

Business matters were dealt with 
promptly in order for the party to begin 
with details of upcoming events includ¬ 
ing a cream tea, a trip to Barrington 
Court and a sponsored walk. 

Festivities began with some frantic 
rounds of beetle accompanied by much 
hilarity, and the tournament was even¬ 
tually won by Maggie Horrell who won 
some chocolate. 

This was followed by a sumptuous tea 
provided by members of Colyford WI. 

Happy birthday was sung and a beau¬ 
tifully decorated and iced rich fruit 
cake, made by member Wendy Mills 
was enjoyed. 

A film quiz finished the afternoon, en¬ 
joyed by all. 

Meetings are held on the first Wednes¬ 
day of each month in Colyford Memo¬ 
rial Hall at 2.30pm (not August) and 
visitors are always welcome. 

For further details contact Margaret 
Nicholson on 01297 553247. 


SIDMOUTH Flower Arrangement Club 
had a return visit from Margaret Heal on 
June 25th. 

She is a busy farmer together with her 
husband, and they rear beef cattle on their 
farm near Taunton. 

As well as this she helps her son with his 
successful flower shop, grows most of her 
own plant material and does demonstra¬ 
tions throughout the South West. 

Margaret completed six exhibits for the 
club; the first using two large tropical seed 
cases to depict a couple of Arabian sailing 
boats with the clever use of pink medelino 
sticks to suggest the sails. She incorpo¬ 
rated some beautiful mini-anthuriams 
which enhanced the sailing boat theme. 

A spiral of peach avalanche roses and 
phatsia leaves in a green glass bowl came 
next with alchemilla mollis filling in the 
base. 

One of the favourite displays of the af¬ 
ternoon was a hand-tied bouquet of green 
and white carnations and sweet Williams 


“NOTES and Quotes" was the title of 
this month’s Colyford and District 
Flower Club meeting, held on Tuesday, 
July 1st at Colyford Memorial Hall. 

The demonstrator was Pat Boundy, 
from Holdsworthy, who was excited to 
tell the group that she had just gained 
her National Demonstrator award. She 
inspired members with five very dif¬ 
ferent arrnagements using various 
greenery, from grasses to branches, 
and some colourful flowers, including 
pink calla lilies, Anastacia green 
chrysanthemums, sprays of gold and 
orange roses, coral roses and a very 
pretty coral sunset peony, all with little 
quotes to accompany them. 


in a collar of phatsia leaves, all sur¬ 
rounded by cleverly manipulated green 
medelino sticks. 

A miniature wheelbarrow filled with 
summer garden flowers grown by Mar¬ 
garet was perfect for the time of year, and 
she ended with three picnic baskets piled 
up on their sides and enclosing matching 
white and yellow arrangements in each 
tier. 

Despite the afternoon being very hot, all 
Margaret’s plant material was in excellent 
condition as were the members’ competi¬ 
tion pieces, appropriately entitled “Hot 
Summer”. 

The club’s annual show will be held on 
July 9th and 10th at All Saint’s Church 
Hall from 9.30am to 4pm each day. Ad¬ 
mission costs £2 including tea and coffee. 
Lunches will also be available for £6 and 
there will be a plant stall and tombola. 

A donations from funds raised will be 
made to the Sidmouth Memory Cafe. 


The competition results for the 
theme “a book title" were as follows: 
Novice section - 1st Christine Perry; 
Intermediate - 1st Carol Hubberd, 2nd 
Lindi Richards, 3rd Kay White; Ada- 
vanced - 1st Angie Clark, 2nd Sheila 
Clare. 

The group was joined by three visi¬ 
tors this month and finished the meet¬ 
ing with tea and cake. 

There will be no meeting in August 
but the group will meet again at 
2.15pm on September 2nd for a 
demonstration titled “Do Roses Grow 
on You?" by Sue Kehoe of Cullompton. 
The competition theme is “entwined" 
and all are welcome to join. 


Send your Clubs News to francesca(a)pemedia.co.uk or post to 
Francesca Evans, Pulman’s View From Newspapers, Unit 3 
St Michael’s Business Centre, Church Street, Lyme Regis, 
Dorset DT7 3DB 


‘Notes and Quotes’ at Colyford club 


Useful critique for 
Axminster artists 

AXMINSTER Art Society's June meeting was 
not the usual demonstration but its annual 
critique meeting, at which members can bring 
their own work for a professional critique. 

Robert Julier, a past-president of the society, 
returned to give the critique and everybody 
benefited. 

Many of the paintings were later seen at the 
society's summer exhibition at the Axe Vale 
Festival, where the society enjoyed record vis¬ 
iting numbers. 

Over 2,000 voted for their favourite picture 
and the winner was Carolyn Barker's "Rushing 
Wave". 

Carolyn will receive her award, along with the 
other award winners, at the society's social 
meeting on July 16th. 

This event is open to visitors, is free of charge 
and involves a Devon cream tea. Visit 
www.axminster-art-society.org.uk for pic¬ 
tures of the other award-winning artworks 
and for more information about the social 
meeting. 

Ladies meet at Talbot Arms 

THE Talbot Arms Uplyme was the venue for 
the Hawkchurch Ladies Club annual dinner. 

Club members said the food was excellent 
and well priced, service good and attentive, 
and the company superb. 

In July the group will be visiting Axe Valley 
Wildlife Park and in August members will 
enjoy an afternoon cream tea, courtesy of one 
of the members. In September the group will 
resume its indoor meetings with a talk by 
Lyme Regis RNLI. 

























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LETTERS 


Seaton wants and needs centre 


■ I AM writing after reading a recent letter to your 
paper in respect of regeneration in Seaton. 

This is not a direct response to the letter, merely a 
few words about Seaton and the Seaton Jurassic dis¬ 
covery centre project, in my role as chairman of the 
Natural Seaton Partnership. 

The Natural Seaton Partnership contains representa¬ 
tives from many local community bodies and organi¬ 
sations working alongside and supporting Devon 
Wildlife Trust and East Devon District Council in the 
delivery of the Seaton Jurassic visitor centre. The 
members of the group are also involved in a range of 
natural environment activities and events in and 
around Seaton, bringing its fabulous natural environ¬ 
ment alive for residents and visitors, young and old. 

I find it an absolute privilege to chair this group of 
fantastically committed, knowledgeable and capable 
people, which in my view sums up the values of the 
community-led project that is Seaton Jurassic. 

The aspiration for a visitor centre here first arose as 
long ago as 1997, but was first put into a proposal by 
a local community group in 2001, after designation of 
the Jurassic Coast as a World Heritage Site. Since then, 
despite setback after setback, the Seaton Visitor Centre 


Trust, the district council, county council, Seaton 
Town Council and the Jurassic Coast Team have never 
given up. The more recent involvement of Devon 
Wildlife Trust proved to be a turning point, and the de¬ 
termination of all the bodies just mentioned has at last 
been realised by the £300,000 from the Coastal Com¬ 
munities Fund in February and last week's announce¬ 
ment of £600,000 Heritage Fottery Fund funding, 
which all but completes the circa £4million funding 
required to build the centre. 

This is the best kind of local initiative - one that has 
come from the community and which has ongoing 
local support - and one that has local authorities who 
were willing to hold on to ring-fenced funding in a 
time of deep recession. It also has a local authority 
elected member who has provided outstanding support 
throughout, and a partnership that has a strong shared 
desire to make a real difference in Seaton. 

Seaton needs this facility and, from everyone I have 
ever talked to, it really wants it. So I urge you to back 
it, celebrate it and if you want to, get involved. 

Dr Sam Rose, 
Chairman, Natural Seaton Partnership 


We need a referendum on hospital 


■ I CONDEMN Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust 
for attempting to close a perfectly efficient, well-run hos¬ 
pital in Axminster. 

As a local hospital, it serves a vital facility for the area 
around it. It has 20 beds and due to the tmst's callous poli¬ 
cies, half of them have already been closed. 

I've recently had to spend four months at Axminster 
Hospital and have first-hand experience and knowledge 
of it. They fed and comforted me, no problem was too 
big or too much trouble. They gave of themselves gener¬ 
ously, their focus was to care and return us to our homes 
and community. 

The trust's focus is quite different and has a gross indif¬ 
ference of our needs, which can be quite considerate 


when ill and all problems are difficult to cope with. That 
is when help is required and not the face of indifference 
which the trust offers. 

If I have to attend Exeter Hospital, I have a 50 mile 
round trip as compared with four miles from Axminster. 
Treatment can necessitate daily visits with disruption of 
the day, parking is expensive. 

We, the people of Axminster and its surrounding area, 
should have a say in what effects them deeply. A referen¬ 
dum would do this - it is democratic, logical and strongly 
advise it as our future way of confronting problems. We 
need a referendum now. 

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Arguments in favour of Jurassic 
Centre ‘don’t stand up to scrutiny' 


■ I COULD not let the letter in last week's edition (July 
1st) from Bernard Dunsford, chairman of Seaton Visitor 
Centre Trust, go unanswered. 

Firstly, Mr Dunsford seems to think I should know all 
about the centre as a councillor. Well, in the year I have 
been on the council I don't recall the centre ever being 
debated. All I have ever been told is that it is going ahead, 
whatever happens. 

On car parking, I have raised this issue on several oc¬ 
casions only to be told alternative parking was being 
looked at, although the district council told me there were 
no plans for additional spaces. One comment from a town 
councillor even came that people could park at Tesco. As 
a councillor, I know of no definite plans for over-flow 
parking. Perhaps Mr Dunsford would like to enlighten us. 

He says that Seaton Town Council has been funding this 
project. He's quite right but that doesn't mean we all have 
to agree with it. I was elected to represent the people of 
this town and whether Mr Dunsford likes it or not, the 
overwhelming feeling I get is that people think this is 
wrong for Seaton. It's the pet subject of a few and they 
don't seem to care about the impact it will have on the 
town. They just plough ahead regardless and won't be 
here to pick up the bill. That will be left to future gener¬ 
ations . 

I know many people have attended exhibitions, etc. on 
this scheme but Mr Dunsford should know better than to 
assume just because they attended they are in favour of 
it. I would love to know what he means by "if maybe a 
little uncertain about our chances of achieving it." 

On the financial side, I have serious reservations about 
the town council financially supporting this project when 
it will be run by what is basically a private company, al¬ 
beit a charity. Should council taxpayers’ money be used 
for this? I think not. It was actually admitted last week 
the total for the centre is still well short. Perhaps the town 
council would like to support our business and others like 
us. 

At least he admits the Exmouth scheme failed, but what 
he fails to admit is that, had it not, the Seaton one would 
probably never have been going ahead. 

As for the former Wool worths building, he says it is not 
big enough. Since when? There are three very large floors 
to use at a fraction of the cost of building a new centre 
and right on the seafront. Ever heard about cutting your 
cloth according to your means, Mr Dunsford? 

He also says that building has no parking, no gardens 
and no outdoor seating area. Obviously that building has 
the same parking as most others in Seaton - that is until 


his group take it away. Why does it need gardens when 
Jubilee Gardens is across the road? No outside seating! 
Really? We have a huge seafront close by and that could 
be sorted by altering that area and pedestrianising part of 
it. Mr Dunsford, your arguments just don't stand up to 
scrutiny. 

On town trade it is clear Mr Dunsford has absolutely no 
understanding of trading in Seaton. He talks of 70,000 
visitors to the centre when visitor attractions elsewhere 
in the South West are either closing or struggling to con¬ 
tinue - ask the Eden Project. They're certainly not going 
to come from a new hotel as previously thought, so they 
will just be day visitors and once they have been it's un¬ 
likely they will return. 

If he's right, and I for one think he is way off, where 
will they park? Perhaps Mr Dunsford would also tell us 
where this 70,000 figure comes from. I've also heard 
60,000, 80,000 and even 100,000 and more mentioned. 
At last week's Town Hall meeting I'm told it was 40,000. 
Which is it? Even the front page article last week referred 
to 60,000 and not the 70,000 Mr Dunsford claimed. 

As for his snipe at the traders, he should check his facts. 
In the main, people who visit Tesco do not come into the 
town centre. People who visit the tram do not come into 
the town centre. People who will visit this centre will not 
come into the town. That's the facts, Mr Dunford. Perhaps 
he would like to come into town and speak to the traders. 
To claim this centre will be in the centre of Seaton is 
ridiculous beyond belief. 

What's more, this centre will have a cafe/restaurant, a 
gift shop and other retail outlets to make money, so why 
will people come into the town? It will take trade from 
established businesses. That too, Mr Dunsford, is a fact. 

Perhaps Mr Dunsford would also like to tell the people 
of Seaton what contingency plan is in place if the Wildlife 
Trust can't make this place pay? Who will pay the bill, 
Mr Dunsford? Time for some honesty here. It could be¬ 
come the biggest burden on local ratepayers ever. Ask 
Honiton residents about their new community centre 
where local councillors are now borrowing an extra 
£100,000 to possibly pay bills. 

I will continue to fight for the hundreds of residents of 
this town who elected me. Perhaps Mr Dunsford would 
like to put his views to the test and take me on at the elec¬ 
tions next year. If he wins I will bow out gracefully. If he 
doesn't then watch this space. 

TONY WOODMAN, 
Woody's, Seaton 


Stop Line Way could be ‘accident waiting to happen’ 


■ I WOULD like to point out to Howard West that the 
flooding in Seaton was due to an exceptionally high tidal 
surge as clearly and unanimously reported across the na¬ 
tional media and affecting the whole coastline. 

I believe the letters page should contain informed and 
intelligent correspondence worthy of discussion, so I ap¬ 
preciate his update on the Stop Line Way, but I don't want 
to read idle speculation and unqualified gossip about 
Tesco that is obviously just a means of deflecting further 
questions about the progress of the cycle route. 


Perhaps other cyclists out there could give their views 
on it before it's finalised but, personally, I wouldn't want 
to use Popes Lane as it is too narrow to accommodate 
bikes and cars at the same time, there is a blind bend half 
way up and the exit by Elm Farm Lane has traffic coming 
from all directions. Sounds like an accident waiting to 
happen. 

STEVE LUCAS, 
Harepath Road, Seaton 


Planners should think of storms before development 


■ BEFORE the planners for Seaton do any more building 
anywhere near Harbour Road, think about the storms we 
had last winter and how the seas came over the sea wall. 
Harbour Road was flooded because it is the lowest part 
of the town. 

Tesco was just about cut off. What they should have 
done before Tesco was built was to have a bridge built to 
the north side of Axmouth village and the road to come 
behind Tesco to join up with the Underfleet. 

Thanks for retirement 
gifts and good wishes 

■ I WOULD like to thank all patients who have sent 
cards and gifts on my recent retirement. 

I am overwhelmed by the support and good 
wishes from you all but am unable to respond to 
you all individually. 

I wish you all the best of health and happiness for 
the future. 

Dr James Vann, 
Jixminster 


The views expressed in ietters are those of the 
authors and not necessariiy of this newspaper 


In years to come with tide levels getting higher, to pre¬ 
vent the flooding of the seafront a breakwater will have 
to be built across the bay, but what about the birds and 
wetlands? With higher seas even at low tide they will be 
covered. 

It is an urgent question to be looked at, otherwise it 
could be too late. 

VIC RASKIN, 
Harbourside, Seaton 


Collections raise £835 

A STREET collection held on Saturday, May 17th 
amounted to £51.99 and we are grateful for these extra 
contributions from residents and visitors. 

The main collection netted £835.48 and this was 
achieved by distributing Christian Aid Week envelopes 
to (nearly) every household and asking donors to bring 
them to one of four central collection points. 

We are grateful to all the people who took the extra 
step of bringing their envelopes in after they had filled 
them, and to people at the four locations who looked 
after our sealed buckets for us. Both methods of col¬ 
lecting were new departures for us in Seaton, and we 
hope to improve on the procedure next year. 

Hugh Barlow 
Christian Aid Week co-ordinator 
for Seaton and District 

















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NEWS FROM THE VILLAGES 




Sun ShinGS on ^ocal book commemorates First World War 

open gardens 


THE weather was glorious and four Kilmington gar¬ 
dens were looking their absolute best for the week¬ 
end of June 14th and 15th, when visitors were 
welcomed for the National Garden Scheme (NGS). 

Organiser Celia Dunsford said: "Gardening tips 
were exchanged, ideas gathered, delicious teas en¬ 
joyed in one garden with wonderful views over the 
East Devon countryside and plants bought. 

"Many visitors travelled considerable distances to 
see the gardens, but our local people supported this 
event magnificently for which the garden owners, 
the NGS and St Giles' Church, would like to say a big 
thank you. 

"The total amount raised and sent to NGS was 
£815.50, and £307.70 was taken by St Giles' Church 
for teas." 

Pictured left, visitors at one of the gardens enjoy 
the sunshine. 


■ SHUTE Primary 
School's sports day 
saw children and their 
parents take part in tra¬ 
ditional races, egg and 
spoon, skipping and 
sack races as well as 
challenges such as tug 
o’ war and the obstacle 
relay. Parents then 
topped it off with a 
cream tea, strawber¬ 
ries, cupcakes and 
scones. 


KILMINGTON resident David Ingles has written a 
book named "Kilmington at War 1914-1918". 

A release party was held in Kilmington Village Hall 
in May and the 64-page book tells the stories of the 
men of Kilmington, and one woman, who served in 
the First World War, many of whom gave their lives 
in the service of their country. 

Their stories are set against the history of the war 
where these people served - in France, Belgium, 
Mesopotamia, Greece, Palestine, Egypt, India and 
East Africa. 

Mr Ingles said: "Their stories are varied and include 
those of the Woodman family, which lost not only 
three sons, but two of their sons-in-Iaw; the then 
vicar of Kilmington, the Reverend Botwood, who 
served in France with the Devonshire Regiment and 
died of an illness contracted in the war; and the land¬ 
lord of the Old Inn Kilmington, Gilbert Wright, who 
died in the mud of Passchendaele. 

"The book also tells the story of the commemora¬ 
tion of the Kilmington War Memorial in 1922." 

"Kilmington at War 1914-1918" is available from 
four outlets in the village - Hurford's Stores, Miller's 
Farm Shop, the New Inn and the Old Inn, and from 
Archway Bookshop in Axminster. 


Garden event to raise funds for charity 

AN open garden fundraiser will be held at Socks 
Orchard, Smallridge, in aid of Multiple System At¬ 
rophy Trust. 

The garden will be open from 2pm to 5pm on 
Sunday, August 10th and entry is £3. 

Organiser Hilary Pritchard said: "Multiple sys¬ 
tem atrophy is a rare disease unfortunately af¬ 
flicting a close friend." 

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Burrow Farm Gardens is kindly opening the gar¬ 
den for us and will be available for gardeners' 
questions. 

"There will be three or four classic cars and two 
old tractors on show and our raffle will offer some 
very good prizes. 

"Car sharing would help though parking will be 
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\ Natural Seaton Festival 

Saturday July 19 2014 ~ 10am to 4pm 


FREE Entry - Thury Harcourt Place, Seaton (by Seaton Tramway Terminal) 




Discover the Natural World around 
you at Natural Seaton Festival 


FOSSIL Fun for kids, a Jurassic CSI and amazing 
Landrover trips to Goat Island and the Chasm are 
all on offer at this year’s Natural Seaton Festival 
which takes place on Saturday 19th July, 10am- 
4pm Thury Harcourt Square in Seaton next to the 
Seaton Tramway Terminal. 

The popular FREE event features an exciting 
array of events and activities about the natural 
world in Seaton and surrounding area for people 
of all ages. This year organisers, Seaton Visitor 
Centre Trust, have a host of activities including 
the Jurassic Team’s Fossil Box; a driftwood mak¬ 
ing demo; a fascinating talk on ‘The Great Extinc- 

Goat Island and the Chasm 

See a spectacular range of 
wild flowers on a walk with 
Tom Sunderland (Natural England) 
and David Allen (Botanist) 

Two Land Rover trips starting 
from Seaton TiC to the edge of the 
Underciiffs Nationai Nature Reserve 

Saturday 20th July, 10.30am and 2.30pm 

£7.50 per head 

For tickets please contact Seaton Tourist 
Information Centre, Underfleet, Seaton 
01297 21660 or: visit^seaton.gov.uk 


tions’ from Prof Hart at 3.30pm at the Wetlands 
Information Centre which uncovers the myster¬ 
ies of the disappearance of dinosaurs; plus Fossil 
Fun For Kids; a Jurassic Crime Scene Investigation 
with the Youth Hostel Association; and an open 
canoe/kayak starter session from Axe Valley 
Canoe Club. 

Pre-booking is essential for the Landrover trips 
to journey to Goat Island and the Chasm, tickets 
£10 per person are available from Seaton Tourist 
Information Centre 01297 21660 or Osbourne’s, 
Fore Street. 

There will also be stalls from many wildlife and 



nature organisations such as Devon Wildlife 
Trust, RSPB, Axe Vale & District Conservation 
Society, Axe Wetlands Team, the Marine Conser¬ 
vation Society, Natural England, Axe Estuary 
Ringing Group, Marine Conservation Society, 
Plymouth University, The Conservation Volun¬ 
teers, Pebblebeds Heath Conservation Trust; as 
well as live music, tombola and a BBQ. 

The Natural Seaton Festival is made possible 
with support from organisations including 
Seaton Town Council, Seaton Town Development 
Team, Seaton Carnival Committee, Seaton 
Phoenix and Axe Valley Runners. 



Come along and enjoy... 

Activities 

Fossil fun for kids 

by Philip Anslow 

Jurassic Crime Scene Investigation 

with the Youth Hostel Associator 

Explore the Jurassic Team's Fossil Box 

Make Starfish Wands 

with Devon Wildlife Trust 

Land Rover Trips 

Journey into the Undercliff to the famous 
Goat Island. Spaces limited, advance booking 
essential from Seaton 
Tourist Information Centre 

£10 per person 

Workshops/Talks/Demo’s 

Driftwood Making Demo 

by Rosey Reed from Tideline 

Explore Urban Wildlife & Swifts 

with the RSPB 

The Great Extinctions 

A talk by Prof Hart on the disappearance of 
dinosaur and ammonites, 3.30pm at the 
Wetlands information centre. Access via 
Wetlands car park (through Seaton Cemetery) 
or guided walk from the TIC at 2.30pm 

Open Canoe/Kayak 

Starter Session by Axe Vale Canoe Club 
EX12 4AA. 10am - 1pm, £10 per head (age 11+) 
Pre-booking essential: Gill Hamlett 
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T he Church of England General Synod returns on Eri- 
day, July 11th and on July 14th to take the next steps 
in the process regarding women bishops. 

An approval vote will mark the completion of a 50-year 
process for those working for Anglican women bishops. 
Given approval, the Canon document will be sent to the Ec¬ 
clesiastical Committee of the two Houses of Parliament to 
receive approval. The General Synod then has to promulge 
(promulgate) the Canon to make it law, and the earliest for 
this is the November group of sessions. 

Erom then, female candidates may be chosen for the vari¬ 
ous vacancies existing including Oxford, Newcastle, and Suf¬ 
fragan Bishop of Plymouth. All these developments can be 
followed at website www.churchnewspaper.com 
This and other Synods have a full agenda of many items, 
including also considering various measures and statutory 
instruments, and legal business. There will be financial mat¬ 
ters, questions and an opportunity for private members mo¬ 
tions and finally farewells. The next General Synod meeting 
is November this year. 

Since our previous issue. Bishop Robert Exon has been 
welcomed and installed as the 71st Bishop of Exeter at the 
Cathedral, and in making a prayer pilgrimage with flying vis¬ 
its to our Deaneries. We welcome you! 

Ottery St Mary Parish Church continues to offer their con¬ 
certs; Saturday, July 12th brings “Music or Medicine?” by 
Dr Eiona Martin, a consultant anaesthetist at the RD&E Hos¬ 
pital who will be playing the piano, flute, violin and saxo¬ 
phone. 

We will have said goodbye to Major Steven Watson of the 
Salvation Army as he goes to Crewe for his next posting. Lt 
Chris Baker will be installed on July 27th at 3pm. 

Ottery’s food bank now has a permanent home thanks to 
the members of the United Reformed Church who have al¬ 
lowed the use of their hall for storage and distribution. It is 
open each Eriday afternoon from 1pm to 3pm. Eood issues 
require a requisite food voucher. 

Ottery’s Grade II listed URC building is to receive a 
£10,000 National Churches Trust repair grant to make good 
urgent roof repairs including reslating. A further 21 places of 
worship in England, Wales and Scotland are receiving grants. 

An updated revision of Andrew Atherstone's 2013 biogra¬ 
phy, “Archbishop Justin Welby: The Road to Canterbury”, is 
now on sale with additional chapters and photographs. This 
comprehensive new book includes in-depth analysis of the 
first year of the Archbishop. Erom his political engagement 
to tackling of controversial issues, such as same-sex marriage 
and women bishops, what emerges is a global Christian 
leader motivated by gospel values and unafraid of risk. 


Pulman's View 

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churches 

With NIGEL SPELLER 


SPAB (The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings) 
is running free training events, as part of a new project to im¬ 
prove the maintenance of places of worship. The next event 
will be in Cumbria on Tuesday, July 15th; although a distance 
from Devon, the event is open to anyone involved in or in¬ 
terested in being involved in caring for religious buildings. 

On Thursday, July 10th the Minster Church at Axminster 
offers summertime music at 12.30pm. “Songs from the 
Shows” come to St Andrew’s, Colyton, on Saturday, July 
12th at 12.30pm with buffet lunch, all in support of the Choir 
Bursary Eund. 

St Michael’s Church in Beer has yummy cakes and jazz 
music on Saturday, July 12th at 3pm for St Mickey’s Music 
Makers and flowers in the church windows. 

Sea Sunday this year is on Sunday, July 13th when 
churches come together to remember seafarers and pray for 
them, their families and those who support them. The day in¬ 
cludes services, parades, ship blessing and collections to sup¬ 
port the work of the Mission. Gifts can be made online at 
www.justgiving.com/SeaSunday2014 

On the following Saturday, July 19th at 7.30pm, the Axe 
Valley Community Choir will be at Southleigh Parish Hall - 
do support them. Next day, Sunday, July 20th at St Andrew’s, 
Colyton, at 5.30pm there is a chance to join in and sing the 
Messiah directed by Leslie Baker - rehearsal at 3pm. To book 
call 01297 590493, adult singers cost £10 including tea. 

Branscombe offers a cello recital on July 26th at 12noon. 
And there follows at 11.15am on July 27th Morning Prayer 
at Branscombe with music by the Royal Marrines. 

Ian Kirby from the United Reformed Church in Axminster 
advises that they have been holding Worship on Wednesday 
sessions for the last two months where they have been look¬ 
ing at different ways of worshipping. In the first session they 
took the icon of the transfiguration, followed by a session of 
cafe style worship. The next Worship on Wednesday will be 
on July 30th at 7.30pm when they will have a service of 
Celtic style meditation. They also continue to be open for 
coffee on Thursday mornings between 9am and 12noon. 


AXMINSTER Leisure Centre Manager Chris 
Duchenski was born and bred in East Devon and 
iived in Sidmouth for 26 years before moving away 
from the town recentiy. 

He has worked for Leisure East Devon (LED) 
across the district since 2007 and is currentiy heip- 
ing to improve sports opportunities for iocai peopie 
of aii ages. 

Keen footbaiier Chris is due to get married in eariy 
August. 


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Axminster Leisure Centre is a really 
friendly environment and a great a 
place to work. All the customers " 
that use the centre have a positive 
outlook on leisure and it is highly ^ 
rewarding to help them achieve * 
their personal fitness goals. 


• IF there was one thing you couid 

improve about the area, what wouid it ^ 

be? ^ 

I would love to be able to pick the centre up 
and move it down to the beach! 

• HOW have sports faciiities and opportunities im¬ 
proved in Axminster in recent years through the 
work of LED? 

A lot of investment has gone into the centre over 
the last 18 months and we have seen a resultant in¬ 
crease in attendances of over 10 per cent in that 
time. The facilities we offer are improving all the time 
and we continue to provide choice and opportunities 
for all age groups in the community. 

• WHAT iong-term projects is LED working on? 

At the moment, LED is hard at work on an ongoing 
project to expand our Exmouth centre, and visitors 
can expect to see changes there from the end of 
this year. 




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• HOW is the recent LED re-brand heiping sports 
centre users across East Devon? 

LED Management Ltd has expanded over the last 
few years and has taken on two new centres in 
Somerset - at Goldenstone and Wincanton. We also 
run a seasonal pool and putting green in Seaton and 
we are creating a lot more opportunities within East 
Devon for our customers and the general public to 
get involved in more sport and activities. 

• DO you have a sporting background yourseif? 

I currently play football for Wellington Town FC at the 
moment, but have previously played for Sidmouth, 
Exmouth and Cullompton Town FC. 

• WHERE do you see yourseif in five years' time? 

You'd have to ask my fiance! 


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LYME BAY AUCTIONS 


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T he owners of Lyme Bay Auctions in Seaton are 
celebrating this month as they reach the end of 
a very successful first year, having taken over the 
business from its long-term owners in July 2013. 

The popular Seaton business, which has been trading 
for over 30 years, continues to go from strength to 
strength with hundreds of auction-goers, both old and 
new, attending the monthly sales. 

u We have been warmly 

I welcomed by the 

residents and businesses 
in Seaton which has 
really helped make our 
first year such a success. 

Director Simon Watson comments, ‘We have been 
warmly welcomed by the residents and businesses in 
Seaton which has really helped make our first year such 
a success.’ 

Simon continues, ‘We have had a very busy first year, 
building relationships with the many existing customers 
and attracting new customers for the future. We have 
put new systems in place, launched a new website and 
re-branded the business. It’s been hard work but the 
auctions are growing month-on-month and we are 
very excited for the future.’ 

Director Simon Watson and Auctioneer Harry Ballin, 
along with their wives Susie and Emma run Lyme Bay 
Auctions alongside their other business, Windsor Auc¬ 


tions, based in the Berkshire town. They have also built 
on the Removals side of the Seaton business, growing 
the removals team and focusing on providing a very 
customer-focused removals service. 

Auctioneer Harry Ballin comments, ‘A number of key 
staff, including Auctioneer and Saleroom Manager 
Kevin Frost, have really helped make this year such a 
success. We have begun to recruit a number of indi¬ 
viduals from the local area and hope to take on more 
in the future as the business grows.’ He also com¬ 
mented “We now run a delivery service from Windsor 
Auctions to Lyme Bay which allows our South West 
customers to bid online at our Live internet auction on 
the last Saturday of every month and collect the items 
from Lyme Bay the following day. This has been a great 
success” 

Harry continues, ‘We were even selected by the BBC 
to be filmed for an episode of ‘Antiques Road Trip’ 



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T uesday 15th to Sunday 20th July will 
bring the town together to celebrate the Ot¬ 
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variety of events for everyone top enjoy, from clas¬ 
sic cars, Festival Walks with the Ottery Walkers, 
Dog Show, World War One Exhibition at The Old 
Boy’s School Yonder Street Ottery St Mary. 

This year there will be Ottery Festival Walks 
under the auspices of ‘Walkers are Welcome’ these 
are free will be daily from Tuesday 15th to Sunday 
20th and will be led by Ottery walkers a local in¬ 
formal group of friends, with volunteers walking 
the walks. 

The Ottery Heritage Society will be taking over 
the Old Boys School in Yonder Street with an ex¬ 
hibition to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of 
the start of World War 1 called ‘Ottregians and the 
Grat War’ The part played by the people of Ottery 
St Mary and district in the Great War 1914-1918 
from 10.00am daily 

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show, local stalls,. A family fun day. 

For all the family and if you would like a stall 
contact the Information Centre. 

Sunday evening we have Jazz once again at The 
tumbling Weir Hotel - with Pete Allen - tickets 
available from Ottery Information Centre. 

Throughout the week there will be opportunities 
for a competition for all the family at the local 
shops to ‘Find the Oddity in the window. 

This will run from Tuesday 15th to Tuesday 22nd 
July - The Ottery St Mary Chamber of Commerce 
have donated £100 for this event £50 voucher First 
Prize £25 voucher second 3rd £25 voucher to be 
spent in the Ottery shops. 

Entry forms available from Information Centre, 
Seasons Tea Rooms, Ottery Book Shop, and many 
other shops in town. 

A week of events in Ottery and to show what we 
have in town, - visit The Parish Church, take a 
walk along the river - visit our independent shops 
you will receive a warm welcome. Tuesday 15th 
to Sunday 20th It’s all happening in Ottery St 
Mary. 


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Monday 14th July 

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Viewing Friday 11 th July 9ann - 6am 

Items included 

Early English oak furniture, including mule chest, 
court cupboard, chest of drawers, antique pine, oak, 
walnut and mahogany furniture, interior decorators 
items including retro and vintage, industrial lighting 
& office furniture, large amount of vintage plan 
chests, Chinese ceramics and works of art, silver, 
gold and other jewellery including Rolex watch, 
plated ware, Moorcroft Macintyre Florian ware vase. 
Troika, Royal Doulton including Claremont dinner 
service. Large consignment of Spode, Beswick, 
Bloor Derby, Royal Worcester, Lladro & Nao, Dresden 
and continental ceramics, glass including Lalique 
Royat vase, Whitefriars, stained glass window, long 
case clocks and watches, vintage telephones, 
enamel signs, stamps & coins. Vintage records 
ethnographica, swords, daggers and militaria, 
automobilia, rugs. Paintings by Cecil Round, G. 
Williams, G Kilburne, Bergeron, Obican, R Pierson, 
Mckenna, Hartry, Jerry, Tozer, vintage textiles and 
fashion, retro toys incl. Scalextric. 

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OTTERY Auction Rooms next Antique and Fine art 
sale will be on Monday 14th July and will also be on 
the television because the BBCs hit television pro¬ 
gramme Antiques Road Trip will be filming there for 
their forthcoming series. Experts Charles Ross and 
Natasha Raskin will be trying to their sell their re¬ 
cent purchases to get the most money for their 
chosen charities. Auctioneer at Ottery Auction 
Rooms David Sumner said I will have my work cut 
out as Mr Ross has the record on the series for 
buying a Staffordshire clock and selling it for over 
£2700 and is a very accomplished auctioneer and 
has broken many auction records for his sales of 
cars over in the USA however Natasha is the dark 
horse as newbie to the series I think she could be 
the one to watch as she has the most to prove. 

Among the other lots in the sale is a Rolex watch 


that once belonged to Alan Ball, youngest player in 
the 1966 World Cup winning side worn while he was 
manager at Portsmouth Football Club which could 
realise £800 or more. There is an elegant Lalique 
glass vase in the iconic design “Royat” which could 
make £400 -£500.There is a large consignment of 
vintage plan chests expected to make £120 each. 
This demonstrates the change in taste from dark 
19th century “brown furniture” to a more eclectic 
vintage look. There is also a very decorative Moor¬ 
croft Macintyre bottle shaped vase that could go 
for £600 - £700. There are some good records in 
the specialist section with some interesting Reg¬ 
gae LPs and some good Beatles 45s. 

So come along to the sale on the 14th of July at 
the Finnimore Industrial Estate and you might get 
on the telly. 



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AWARD WINNING 
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Jack Dean’s Threnody for the 
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Family comedy offers laughs for all ages 


Axminster Drama Club working on final preparations for Hickory Dickory Dock 


MEMBERS of Axminster Drama Club 
are now working on the final prepara¬ 
tions for their summer, Hickory Dickory 
Dock. 

The story in this family comedy re¬ 
volves around the visit of two children to 
their grandparents' home, which has an 
air of magic about it. 

Add into that a band of mice, a proud 
cat and a group of toys that comes to life 
when the magic is cast and you have all 
the makings of a modern fairytale. The 
story also features a dragon who controls 
all the eerie places in the magical house 
and must be defeated before the children 
can complete their quest. 

A spokesman for Axminster Drama Club 
said: ''Hickory Dickory Dock offers com¬ 


edy on different levels, so we hope it will 
appeal to different people, young and old. 

"The story is loosely based on the nurs¬ 
ery rhyme of the same name, but in this 
case, it has magical properties but to find 
out more, you'll need to come a see the 
show." 

Hickory Dickory Dock will be on stage 
at the Guildhall from Thursday, July 17th 
to Saturday, July 19th, with perform¬ 
ances starting at 7.30pm each evening 
and a matinee on the Saturday at 2.30pm. 

Tickets are available from Archway 
Bookshop, Church Street, Axminster, at 
a cost of £8 for adults and £7 for conces¬ 
sions. Call 01297 33595. 

Tickets on the door will cost £10 for 
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Award-winning poet Jack 
Dean brings his modern 
fable to the Marine Theatre 


IN A town in the middle of nowhere, in 
the attic of his parents’ house, a man 
convinced he was born with wings 
flees from the chaos outside and 
picks through his confused past. 

Threnody for the Sky Children is a 
surreal modern fable that draws in¬ 
spiration from Ovid’s epic poem 
Metamorphoses through poetry, 
music and mythology. 

Winner of the 2012 Ideastap Inno¬ 
vators Award and The Cheltenham 
Festival of Literature Slam in 2011, 
Jack Dean is a writer, poet and per¬ 
former based in the South West. 
Combining music and images to his 
poetry to create a unique and cut¬ 
ting-edge, Dean has carried his love 
of weird and wonderful arrangements 
of words to many places from the 
Bowery Poetry Club in New York, Lat¬ 


itude Festival and the Radio 4 Na¬ 
tional Poetry Slam. Jack likes to take 
the hip hop medium he grew up with, 
go out with it, get it drunk and push it 
down the high street in a shopping 
trolley full of fireworks at 4am. Fie 
hopes you’ll join him on this quixotic 
adventure. 

Audiences can see this "funny, wise 
and beautifully performed’’ (Exeunt) 
event in the Stage Door Bar at the 
Marine Theatre on Wednesday 16th 
July. 

Jack Dean’s Threnody for the Sky 
Children comes to the Marine The¬ 
atre, Lyme Regis, on Wednesday, July 
16th, at 7.30pm. 

Tickets are £8.50 or £6.50 (conces¬ 
sions), to book tickets, contact TIC on 
01297 442138 or visit 

www.marinetheatre.com 


“Artists like rap storyteller 
Jack Dean make us excited 
about what they’ll do next" 

Tom Morris in the Guardian 


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Diary Dates 

TUESDAY JULY 8th 

Beer: Lifeboat Week. Cream Teas at the Mariners 
Haii,2.30-4.30pm. 

WEDNESDAY JULY 9th 

Colyton: Swing dance ciass - originai partner swing 
dance from the 40s, Reece Strawbridge Centre (EX24 
6PU). 7-8:30pm. £4.50 per ciass, no partner rqd. 

THURSDAY JULY 10th 

Colyton: Coiyton Parish History Society waik. 

‘Waiking discovery of Coiyton’ - join our iocai guides 
for a waik around the Most Rebeiiious Town in Devon. 
Meet Thursday afternoons at 2pm from the town car 
park (regardiess of weather). Minimum donation £2 
per person (under 16s free). Booking not necessary. 
Axminster: 1st Axminster Scout Group AGM at 
7.30pm at Scout Headquarters in Widepost Lane. 
Everyone weicome. 

Honiton: Honiton and District Liberai Democrats Skittie 
Evening at the Heathfieid Inn from 7.30pm. £3 each. Caii 
01404 74127 for more detaiis and to book a piace. 

Beer: Lifeboat Week. Brew for the Crew, 10am- 
12noon at the Mariners Haii. 

Axminster: Meditation group 7.30-9pm. Smaii group 
meeting the second Thursday of every month. £5 
per session Caii 01297 35448for more info or see 
www.racheirendeii.co.uk 

Axminster: Music at the Minster Church. ‘Summer¬ 
time’ featuring Mike Denham. 12.30-lpm. Free ad¬ 
mission. Light iunches avaiiabie. Aii donations in aid of 
the Minster’s upkeep. For more detaiis caii 01297 
59213 for more detaiis. 

THURSDAY JULY 10th - SATURDAY AUGUST 2nd 

Axminster: Rousdon Spinners exhibition in one of the 
oid poiice ceiis at the Arts Cafe. For further detaiis 
phone 01460 221833 or 01297 20456 

FRIDAY JULY llTH 

Beer: Lifeboat Week. Music Night at the Doiphin 
Hotei, from Steve Graham and Guests, 8-llpm in the 
iong bar. Donations to the RINLI. 

Axminster: Dispiay of Fiower Arrangements at the 
United Reformed Church Room, from 2.30pm. Raffle 
and cream teas. Call 01297 34259 for more details. 

SATURDAY JULY 12th 

Uplyme: Summer Show and Country Fayre at Uplyme 
Village hall and playing field, l-5pm. For more details 
call 01297 443642 or 07831 533 580 or visit 
www.ulrhs.wordpress.com 
Beer: Wurlitzer Theatre Organ Show - Trevor Bol- 
shaw. International Concert Organist and President 
of the Friends of the Beer Wurlitzer, will be present¬ 
ing an afternoon of Music and Tunes from Yester¬ 
year. Everyone is welcome to come to the 
Congregational Church, Fore Street, Beer at 2.00pm. 
Admission is £7.00 at the door to include interval re¬ 
freshments. www.beerwurlitzer.org.uk. 

Axminster: Popular Songs & more by the Kroft Origi¬ 
nals and Friends from llam-lpm. This FREE indoor 
event forms part of the Arts in the Garden pro¬ 
gramme at the Axminster Arts Cafe, The Old Court¬ 
house, Church Street. EX13 5AQ. 01297 631455 
Seaton: Cancer Research UK Supporters from the 
Seaton and Axmouth branch will be holding a Sum¬ 
mer Fayre at Seaton Town Hall from 10am until 1pm. 
Entry is 30p with children under 14 free and an array 
of stalls on offer. If anyone would like to donate any 
books, good quality brie a brae, toys or clothes for the 
sale, please contact Paula Vickers on 01297 23217 
Beer: St Michael’s Church Flower Festival with the 


Cloakham Lawn Fundraising Committee 

PICNIC IN THE PARK 

TRIBUTE NIGHT 

25tli^ul^ - ^^xil£A,op£Ji5imi 

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Tickets from: Archway Bookshop 
The Sweet Shop, Axminster • Cloakham Lawn Sports Club 

Chard Road, Axminster 07968 764221 

Tickets in advance: adult £10, child £6 family £25 
Tickets on the gate: adult £12, child £6, family £30 


CAR BOOT SALE 

AXMINSTER SHOWGROUND • EX13 5PJ 

Open this Sunday 13th July 

ipm-4pm 

On 50 acre site, all sellers, cars, vans and trailers 

£6 for as much room as required. 

Buyer entry £i per car. 

No dogs allowed on site. 

No need to book, gates open to sellers 11am 

For further information tel: 07511195858 


Axmouth Village Show 
Saturday 26th July 


Gates open at 12 main marquee opens at 1.45pm 
Entrance Fee £4.00 free entrance for children under 16. 

Children’s Fancy Dress Competition 
Scotty’s Circus walkabout 
CYRIL THE SQUIRREL AND HIS 
RACING TERRIERS 
FABULOUS Display of Vintage Tractors 

Family races Seaton Majorettes 
Punch and Judy Stalls Licensed Bar Live Music 
Auction of exhibits Duck Race 

EVENING ENTERTAINMENT - 8pm to 12pm 

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Licensed Bar TICKETS £10 in advance £12 
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IMPROVER / INTERMEDIATE CLASS - 8PM - 9PM 

These classes will guide you through the basics 
steps to enjoy Modem Line Dancing. 

No Cowboy boots or hats needed just bring a bottle 
of water and wear some comfortable shoes. 
Brilliant exercise and fun, suitable for all ages. 
More Info. Tel: Marina on 0798 5234149 
Or email: marina@westemspirit.co.uk 
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theme of ‘Anniversaries’, 10am-6pm. Coffee Morn¬ 
ing from 10am-12noon in the Mariner’s hall, with lots 
of stalls and a raffle. Jazz in Church from 3-4.30pm 
to promote St. Mickey’s Music Makers - a new proj¬ 
ect for pre-school children. Tea & cakes will be 
served. 

Kilmington: Kilmington Village Fayre, Lots of family 
fun with flower show. Juggler, dog games, side 
shows and the swing band "Swing of the Axe". 

Cream teas, ices, BBQ and bar. Starts 1pm, on the 
recreation field. Adults £3, children under 16 free. 
Uplyme: Lymewood Nursing Home Summer Fair - 
Woodhouse, Uplyme, Lyme Regis, DT7 3XA - In aid 
of Feme's 'New Digs for Dogs' Appeal. The fair will 
start at 2.30 pm and there will be cakes, brie a brae 
and a plant stall. Please contact Lymewood Nursing 
Home for further details on 01297 445444 - 
www.lymewoodnursinghome.co.uk 

SATURDAY JULY 12th & SUNDAY JULY 13th 

Axminster: The gardens of Prospect House will be 
open to the public again this year from 1.30 to 5pm 
each day, in aid of the charities supported by the 
National Gardens Scheme. Entrance £3.50, children 
free. Plants for sale, teas and cakes. Prospect 
House, Lyme Road, Axminster, EX13 5BH. 

SUNDAY JULY 13th 

Sidmouth: Live Music - Pete Allen's Solo Jazz Show 
at Woodlands Hotel (EX10 8HG). 3-5.30pm. En¬ 
trance £10. Licensed bar, light snacks available. 
Cabaret seating. Limited free parking. For more 
details or to book call 078 999 25194. 

Beer: St Michael’s Church Flower Festival with the 
theme of ‘Anniversaries’, 10am-6pm. Light refresh¬ 
ments in Church. Songs of Praise Service 6pm. 

MONDAY JULY 14th 

Beer: St Michael’s Church Flower Festival with the 
theme of ‘Anniversaries’, 10am-6pm. Light refresh¬ 
ments in Church. Quiz Night in The Dolphin 7.30 for 
8pm. 

WEDNESDAY JULY 16th 

Beer: Jurassic Folk & Acoustic monthly Come All Ye, 

The Dolphin Hotel, Beer, 7.30pm. Free admission and 
everybody welcome. More info 01297 20064 or 
www.eastdevonfolk.org 

Colyton: Swing dance class - original partner swing 
dance from the 1940's, Reece Strawbridge Centre, 

Coly Rd, Colyton, EX24 6PU. 7:00 - 8:30pm. £4.50 
per class, no partner rqd, for more info email 
teachers(p)lymebaylindy.com 

THURSDAY JULY 17th 

Colyton: Colyton Parish History Society walk. 

‘Walking discovery of Colyton’ - Join our local guides 
for a walk around the Most Rebellious Town in 
Devon. Meet Thursday afternoons at 2pm from the 
town car park (regardless of weather). Minimum 
donation £2 per person (under 16s free). Booking 
not necessary. 

Axminster: Music at the Minster Church. Colyton 
Grammar School, directed by David House. 12.30- 
lpm. Free admission. Light lunches available. All do¬ 
nations in aid of the Minster’s upkeep. For more 
details call 01297 59213 for more details. 

FRIDAY JULY 18th 

Sidmouth: The Organist Entertains’ - Nigel Ogden 
from BBC Radio 2. Light classics, show music and 
'evergreens’. Sidmouth Methodist Church, High 
Street at 7.45pm. Tickets £10 (u16 free) (inc. inter¬ 
val refreshments) from Paragon Bookshop or on 
the door. In aid of Sidholme Organ Restoration. 

SATURDAY JULY 19th 

Uplyme: Ballroom, Latin and Sequence Dancing at 
Uplyme Village Hall. 8-10.30pm. £4.50 per person 
in aid of Hall funds. For more details call 01297 
442439. 

Sidmouth: The Exeter St. David's Singers at The 
Music Room, Sidholme Hotel, Elysian Fields, Temple 
Street. 7.45pm. Tickets £7 from Paragon Bookshop, 
Sidmouth. In aid of Organ Restoration Fund, Victoria 
Hospital Comforts Fund and Exeter Leukemia Fund. 
Axminster: Celtic Folk, Country and Ballads by Sue 
King from 11am 1pm. This FREE outdoor event (in¬ 
doors if wet) forms part of the Arts in the Garden 
programme at the Axminster Arts Cafe, The Old 
Courthouse, Church Street. EX13 5AQ. 01297 631455 

SUNDAY JULY 20th 

Sidmouth: Sidmouth Lions Club’s Great Duck Derby 
on the River Sid. The events start at 2.15pm, by Sid 
Park Road bridge in The Byes, with children’s Duck 
& Spoon races. The Corporate (red) Duck Race for 
local businesses starts at 2.45pm. The main (yel¬ 
low) Duck Race starts at 3.00pm and finishes at the 
weir by Salcombe Road. There are also 'Catch a 
Duck’ in a pool and ‘Bounce a Duck Egg’ games for 
children. Prior to Duck Derby day, tickets for the 
yellow ducks can be purchased for £1 each from 10 
am - 5 pm at the Lions stand outside the Co-op in 
Sidmouth High Street on July 8-11 and 15-18 and 
outside LidI store in Woolbrook on July 12 & 19; also 
from 'Annies' in Old Fore Street and 'Cards at 83’, 

High Street, Sidmouth. Proceeds from the main 
Duck Race will go to Exeter & East Devon Samari¬ 
tans, Sidmouth Hospital Comforts Fund (Equip¬ 
ment) and Sidmouth Lions charity activities. 

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Learn circus skills at 
Honiton’s community festival 

AN exciting family community festival is being held 
by East Devon District Council in Honiton on Satur¬ 
day, July 12th at Allhallows Field. 

The fun afternoon, running from 1pm to 4pm, means 
children can enjoy face-painting, circus skills run by 
SWITCH, a bouncy castle and many other attractions, 
all for free! 

Among the other attractions on the day will be Hit- 
DrumsNotPeople - an African drumming workshop. 
Sports with Honiton Youth Club and a fingerprinting 
demonstration by Police. 

The Rugby Club Bar will be open all afternoon and 
there will be music sponsored by Otter Windows. 
EDDC’s Countryside team will show youngsters how 
to make decorative items out of natural materials. 

Honiton Community Church are providing sandpit 
play, arts and crafts and refreshments and there will 
also be an ice cream van on hand to keep everyone 
cool. 

Councillor Christine Drew, EDDC’s Deputy Chair¬ 
man and Member Champion for Youth, said: “Chil¬ 
dren and young people are a vital part of every 
community and are our future, which is why the 
Council runs these community festival events at var¬ 
ious locations throughout the district. The afternoon 
promises to be full of fun and games and I would urge 
residents to come along and have some fun”. 



Balloon Festival Ready for Lift Off! 


THE annual Tiverton Balloon and 
Music Festival will be throwing 
open it’s doors in just a few days; 
with Hot Air Balloonists from 
across the UK participating in the 
stunning Mass Ascents, spectac¬ 
ular Fire and Light Shows and the 
ever-popular Public Interaction 
Sessions. With over 40 different 
balloons attending the event over 
the weekend of Friday 11th - Sun¬ 
day, July 13th, this promises to be 
the largest balloon festival Devon 
has ever seen. 

In addition to the hot air bal¬ 
loons there will be over 50 musi¬ 
cians and bands across two Music 
Stages, highlighting both local 
and national talent with a diverse 
range of styles and genres repre¬ 
sented, including folk, rock, pop, 
hip hop, reggae and jazz. There 
will also be a multitude of craft 


stalls. Falconry Displays, a Com¬ 
edy Night (Friday), Remote Con¬ 
trol Helicopter Displays, Kids’ 
Zone, STEM Workshops, an On- 
Site Planetarium and so much 
more besides. Be advised that 
anyone wishing to book onto the 
Planetarium or STEM Workshops 
should do so prior to the start of 
the event to avoid disappoint¬ 
ment. 

Festival Organiser, Charlie 
Street, said of this year’s festival 
"We've only got a couple of days 
till it all kicks off in Tiverton and 
the annual Balloon & Music Festi¬ 
val begins. With over 7 months 
hard work done by all our volun¬ 
teers & friends of the festival, this 
year is set to be one to remem¬ 
ber. Both record numbers of hot 
air balloons are attending and 
record numbers of musicians. 


Personally I can't wait for it! Along 
with hopefully up to 15,000- 
20,000 other festival goers.’’ 

Mr Street added, "As ever the 
main aim this year it to provide a 
great weekend out for families 
and to raise money for local char¬ 
ities, we look forward to seeing 
everyone there next Friday!" 

The festival will be raising 
money for local charities and 
fundraising groups including the 
Devon Air Ambulance Trust and 
Children’s Hospice South West. To 
purchase advance tickets valid for 
all 3 days of the festival, at the 
combined Petroc College and 
Tiverton High School campus, 
please visit www.tivertonbal- 
loonfestival.co.uk or call the 
booking office hotline on 01404 
823 735. 


Branscombe Festival returns for second year 


BRANSCOMBE once again plays host to some of the 
world’s top musicians when the Branscombe Festival 
returns on Friday, July 25th until Sunday, July 27th. 

Over three summer days, Branscombe Festival pres¬ 
ents performances from leading classical and jazz 
artists in the picturesque village hall, the historic Saint 
Winifred's Church, and even on the beach. 

Among the highlights of this year’s festival are: 

• International opera stars Ailish Tynan and Luis 
Gomes in a gala recital with pianist (and Radio 3 pre¬ 
senter) Iain Burnside; 

• The UK's only fully-professional ragtime band, Al¬ 
bert Ball’s Flying Aces with guest vocalist Patricia 
Hammond, who bring World War I favourites to life 
over cream tea; 

• Chart-topping vocal ensemble I Fagiolini with the¬ 
atrical interpretations of music from the Renaissance 
to the present day; 

• Dance band The Leo Green Experience, back by 
popular demand with their late-night jazz gig 

• Rising star cellist Philip Higham in a programme of 
Bach’s glorious solo cello suites; 

• A pop-up shop at all events from the famous London 
music store Fes Aldrich, selling CDs, record players 
and vinyl 

A hog roast will also be on offer to audience mem¬ 


bers on the Saturday evening and the Festival culmi¬ 
nates in a FREE concert on Branscombe beach by the 
Band of the Royal Marines. 

Curated by renowned pianist Iain Burnside and 
hosted by BBC Radio 3 broadcaster and journalist 
Petroc Trelawny, the 2014 Branscombe Festival sup¬ 
ports the Royal National Lifeboat Institution with a 
donation of 50p from every ticket sold. 

Located within the East Devon Area of Outstanding 
Natural Beauty, Branscombe Festival was launched in 
July 2013 by local resident Ian Rosenblatt whose aim 
was to enable audiences to experience leading inter¬ 
national musicians in an intimate, idyllic countryside 
setting. 

Ian Rosenblatt says: “I’m thrilled that Branscombe 
Festival is back for a second year. I can’t wait to build 
on the success of last year’s festival and bring even 
more incredible talent from the worlds of opera, clas¬ 
sical music and jazz to the beautiful setting of 
Branscombe village. We’re looking forward to wel¬ 
coming back some familiar faces from last year and 
hope that people from near and far will come to expe¬ 
rience all that Branscombe Festival - and the sur¬ 
rounding area - has to offer.” 

More information is available online at 
www.branscombefestival .co .uk 


A Little Nonsense 


An original dark comedy by Juncture Theatre 


A BARE-KNUCKLE look at the sharp edge of 
funny, A Little Nonsense is an original black com¬ 
edy that explores the clown inside every man and 
the mirth that is hidden in melancholy. 

Bitterly frustrated by a clown’s freedom to play 
and inability to take life seriously, a man 
has taken it upon himself to teach this 
clown a lesson and beat some sense into 
him. Through mime, slapstick, poetry 
and music, A Little Nonsense follows the 
farcical, haunting and abstract relation¬ 
ship of this unloving and tortured dou¬ 
ble-act and celebrates the importance of 
having light and shade within our lives. 

A Little Nonsense draws on the melan¬ 
choly and slapstick of Buster Keaton, 
the frustrations of language in Samuel 
Beckett, and the wry wit of Spike Milli¬ 
gan to create a unique and ballsy dark 
comedy in which the audience is led be¬ 
tween moments of hilarity, violence and 
dark surrealism. 

Debuting in 2012, A Little Nonsense 
has already enjoyed sold out runs in 
Bristol, Exeter and Brighton, during 
which time it received wide critical ac¬ 
claim, won the IdeasTap Innovators 
Brighton Fringe 2013 Fund and was 
nominated for the Most Ground Break¬ 
ing Act at Brighton Fringe 2013 (in 
which it positioned second). A Little 
Nonsense is now touring the UK in July 
before heading up to Scotland for Junc¬ 
ture Theatre’s first visit to the Edinburgh 
Festival Fringe. 


The show will be performed at Exeter’s Bike Shed 
Theatre from Monday, July 14th to Wednesday, July 
16th at 7pm each night. 

To book tickets, costing £8 or £6 concessions, call 
01392 434169 or visit www.bikeshedtheatre.co.uk 



ANY OCCASION, ANY EVENT, ANYTIME! 
CRANBERRIES IS THE DESTINATION 


Cranberries Hideaway is easily accessible located just off the A35, 
1 mile from Axminster 


Our large function suite it situated at the top of Cranberries and has amazing 
views over the Jurassic coastline and Seaton. 

Bookable onsite activities, including Rodeo Bull and Bouncy Castles 
We have plenty of parking and disabled access. Licensed Bar, Full Catering 
with choice of menus. License until lam 



Ideal for: 


•f Corporate retreats 
-f Business Meetings 
■f Proms 
■f Parties 


•f Children's Parties 
-f Christenings 
-f Weddings 
•f Hunt Ball 


•f Young Farmers 
-f Clubs and 
Associations 


For more information or to request a brochure please call or drop us a line 
Tel: 01297 33193 > info@cranberrieshideaway.co.uk 
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An opportunity to work within a Care Home 
Group which is recognised for providing the 
highest level of care for older people. 

We currently have vacancies for 
CARE ASSISTANTS 
NIGHT CARE ASSISTANTS 
PART-TIME CLEANER 
(16hrs per week) 

Ongoing training will be provided 
For an application form please contact 

Thom field Care Home (01297) 20039 


Events 


Administrator 

River 

£18,000 per annum 

Cottage 


An exciting opportunity to join the River Cottage 
team as a full time Events Administrator, based at 
River Cottage HQ, on the Dorset / Devon border. 


The successful applicant will provide 
administrative and co- ordination support for 
the River Cottage Event operations team. 

The ideal candidate will be able to communicate 
effectively, be well organised and have the 
ability to work to deadlines. 

Excellent customer service & good knowledge 
of Microsoft Office is essential. 


HOMEWORKER 

We require a Homeworker 
for the preparation and 
packing of feathers. 

For more information please contact 

Jaffe et fils Ltd, Axminster 
Tel: 01297 33408 


The RNLI in Seaton 
and Beer needs 
your help! 


W% 

Lifeboats 


We are looking for an enthusiastic 
and motivated individual to become 
the Volunteer Shop Manager 
for our shop in Beer. 

The RNLI shop in Beer is a successful and well 
established unit with a wonderful volunteer 
team. You will be responsible for the overall 
management of the shop and providing 
leadership to the team of volunteers. 

Although retail experience would be beneficial, 
it is not essential as full training will be 
provided. References will be required. 
Please note this is a voluntary position. 

For an informal chat about the role please 
contact: Amanda Woods - Visitor Experience 
Manager, West Quay Road, Poole BH15 IHZ 
01258 454088 or 07787842201 


For full job description visit our website 
careers page www.rivercottage.net 

To apply; e mail your up to date CV 
and covering letter to careers@rivercottage.net 


MAGNOLIA HOUSE CARE HOME 

Lyme Road, Axminster, Devon 

CARE SUPERVISOR 

(Full time position and qualified to NVQ level 3 essential) 


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Oasis Hair & Beauty @ Playdome 

Unit 1, Gloucester Crescent, 

Heathpark Industrial Estate, Honiton EX14 IDB 

01404 42828 


Employed Part time/ Full time 
Senior Hair Stylist Required. 

5 years + experience needed and 
confident in all areas of hairdressing. 

We are developing a nursery so there will be an 
onsite childcare provision for staff and 
tax efficient childcare company vouchers will be 
provided when the nursery is up and running. 

Salon uniform provided and family 
Playdome entry discount available 


Please call 01404 42828 and ask 
for Natalie or April 


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An opportunity to work within a 
Care Home Group providing excellent 
care for older people. 

ACTIVITIES ASSISTANT 

We are looking to employ an outgoing 
person to join our current team for varied 
recreational activities to enhance 
the wellbeing of our residents. 
£6.73 per hour. 

Part-time hours available. 

For an application form please contact 

Silverleigh Care Home, 
Axminster: 01297 32611 


And classified... 


MOWERS Suffolk Punch 14" cylinder mower, petrol, £20. 
Qualcast 18" rotary mower, petrol, body needs welding, but 
Briggs and Stratton motor fine, free. Both collection only. 
01404 831927 

WOODWORKING Vice Faithfull No 62 used. £30 07932 
617512 

YAMAHA Electronic Keyboard £30 01404 861422 
CORBY Electric Trouser Press - £25 01404 861422 
EUROTRIM Mini Trampoline 3ft diameter - £10 01404 
861422 

WANTED by local collector, old coins, medals, badges, pho¬ 
tos etc. Can call, cash paid. 07891745565 
CANE Conservatory Suite 3 Piece £40 good condition 
01297 631874 

MARKS & Spencer 3-5eater Sofa. Slightly worn in places, 
but nothing a Throw wouldn’t cure. Free to collector. Ring 
01404 871465 

BREAD Maker "Prima Home Bakery” with Instruction / 
Recipe booklet. Excellent condition and working order - 
£20. Ring 01404 871465 

DYSON DC07, not in full working order any more, but free 
to person who tinkers with Dysons or is in need of spare 
parts. Ring 01404 871465 

QUALCAST Cordless grass strimmer. Hardly used. £20 
07916 416428 

QUALCAST electric 30cm lightweight mower. Hardly used 
£20 07916 416428 

WATER butt and stand. 210 litre £10 07916 416428 
SEED trays, flower pots, garden netting, greenhouse shad¬ 
ing. needs to go. offers please, tel; 01297 22031 
YAMAHA Electronic Keyboard Porta Sound P55-470 £30 
01404 861422 


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CORBY of Windsor free standing Electric Trouser Press 
£20 01404 861422 

EUROTRIM Mini Trampoline 36" diameter £10 01404 
861422 

MIRROR - in good condition size 42" by 52" includes a gold 
effect frame £60 Tel 01404 46827 
PRIVATE collector wants vinyl records. Singles & albums, 
rock & pop. Cash paid. Can collect. 07990 938198 
ULTIMA Hotpoint 9kg Washing Machine £80, Indesit fridge 
£60,Bosch slimline dish washer £30, Hotpoint ceramic hob 
£30 Kitchen refit forces sale. All in good working order. 
Buyer collects 01297 631025 

VINYL records wanted if you have any records from 50’s, 

60’s or 70's you would like to sell to a local collector please 

call Ian on 01404 812765 or 07734 719677 

DIECAST toys for sale. Includes Corgi and Dinky, together 

with some European makes. Phone 01308 420883 

TWO Aluminium Sun Loungers As New,1 unused £30 each 

or both for £50 phone 0797 961 5389 

GPLAN Three Seater Settee and Two Armchairs Excellent 

Condition £250 Phone 0797 961 5389 

KIDS MOUNTAIN BIKE Falcon Maniac 6 speed, will suit 4-8 

yrs. Front & rear suspension, needs new tyres, £5. 01297 

560401 

MENS mountain bike Cannon 18 speed, new tyres, £10. 
01297 560401 

TUNTURI ErgometerW Exercise Bike. As New. Top quality. 
Heavy Fly wheel. Timer, calorie counter. £35. (West Hill, 
Ottery) 01404 811149 or 07814 895027 
GARDEN GATE Wooden garden gate 30inches wide x 
60inches high (74cm x152cm) £10 ono Honiton tel: 07905 
630615 

BREAKFAST BAR AND STOOLS Breakfast bar 70cm x 
60cm Beige marble effect top. Attaches to wall. Chrome 
leg. 2 Black/Silver stools..£25 ono Honiton Tel: 07905 
630615 

MODERN 5 shape fish tank on matching unit £50 with all 
accessories in good condition £25 01404 813812 
PINE painted wall shelved unit with free standning shelving 
unit £35 suit country kitchen move forces sale 01404 
813812 


Item for Sale 


Brand New 
Double Divan Bed 
with 10" memory 
foam mattress 

Large storage 
drawer in base, 
still in original 
packaging. 
Never been opened, 
price tag and 
label still attached 
RRP £900 
Quick Sale £189 
and can deliver 


Wanted 

WANTED 

Jazz, Soul, 
Reggae & Rock 
Lps & 45s 
will pay cash 
& collect. 
07832 943805 


Puppies for sale 


PATTERDALE X 
JACK RUSSELL 
PUPPIES 

Home reared (Axminster) 
Both parents can be seen; 
fantastic temperaments 
Ready end July-£250 

For further information 
please contact: 

01297 32045 or 
07791523401 


JACK RUSSELL 
PUPPIES 

1 girl 4 boys, 
beautifully marked. 
To lovely homes. 

£2S0 

07526255856 

01297444213 


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Well presented detached bungalow 
in Hawkchurch for £405,000 


A well presented detached bungalow in a quality vil¬ 
lage location. In addition to the property's accom¬ 
modation, which includes three bedrooms, there are 
two extra rooms, a cloakroom and utility room which 
could be utilised as an annexe. Far reaching country 
views can be enjoyed from the front aspect. 

Tenure: Freehold, EPC rating: C 

For more information please call Fox & Sons on 

01297 32323 

Accommodation comprises: 

• Three/ Four Bedrooms 

• Utility & Cloakroom 

• Garage & Driveway Parking 

• Far Reaching Views 

• Double Glazing 

• Central Heating 

• Annexe Potential 




Living by the coast in a unique new 
development in the centre of Seaton 
- gateway to the Jurassic Coast 


To let unfurnished 12+ months 

MILKBERE GARDENS, is tucked away 
in the pedestrian area of Queen Street 
and Fore Street, Seaton. 

The development has Just been com¬ 
pleted by local builders to a high spec¬ 
ification of 11 cottages. 

Two remaining cottages:- 
Teal Cottage, one bedroom £560 pern 
Puffin Cottage, two bedrooms (one + 
small guest bedroom/study), £620 
pem 

■ Contemporary fitted kitchens with 
gas hob and electric oven 

■ Smartfully tiled bath/shower room 


■ Underfloor heating throughout 

■ Small enclosed patio area 

■ Warm and trouble free lifestyle 

■ A unique courtyard setting with 
communal gardens 

■ Walled and gated development 

■ An excellent convenient base for the 
town, public transport, doctors, 
dentist and all amenities 

■ An ideal place to live, everything 
on your doorstep 

Further information and viewing 

please contact Milkbere, 3 Fore Street, 

Seaton t: 01297 20729 

w: www.milkberehols.com 



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Property Wanted 


HOUSE WANTED TO RENT 

Family of 4, 2 Adults & 2 Girls 
Now searching for a house 
to rent in the Axminster. Honiton Area. 
Long term Lease preferred. 
References available 
Peter.blackmanC^btinternet.com 
07802 935973 


Property Management I Property to let 


Charmouth Property Management 

Catherine Marchbank 

Telephone: 01297 561637 Mobile: 07775 666612 
www.cpman.co.uk 
Email: contact@cpman.co.uk 


AXMINSTER 

Well presented 
2 Bedroom House 
Off street parking, 
Garden, GCH 
No smokers 
or pets 
£625pcm 
Available from 
end of July 
Tel 01460 30001 
or 07708 770228 


SEATON 
1 bedroom 
retirement flat 

Balcony with stunning 
sea views. Very 
well presented 
throughout 
Available 
immediately 
£650pcm (includes 
water/communal 
charges) 
01297 445949 


MODERN DOUBLE 
BED APARTMENT 

Fully insulated, new 
bathroom, kitchen, 
carpets etc 
Seaton Junction 

£100 pw inc rates, 
No DSS 

Tel: 07968 206309 
or 

01395 516646 


LARGE 1/2 BED 
BUNGALOW 

with garage, village 
location on bus route, 
over 55’s only. New 
kitchen and carpets. 
Ready 

August/September 

£675 pem include 
water rates and front 
garden maintenance. 
07932 765355 


TO LET UNFURNISHED 
MILKBERE GARDENS 

ONLY TWO REMAINING 

A prestigious new development in a pretty 
courtyard settling, right in the centre of the 
popular seaside town of Seaton, tucked away 
between Queen Street and Fore Street. 
Teal Cottage, one bedroom £560 pem 
Puffin Cottage, two bedrooms 
(one + small guest bedroom/study), £620 pem 
t: 01297 20729 - e: info@milkberehols.com 
w: www.milkberehols.com a: 3 Fore Street 
(inside The Dairy Wagon), Seaton 


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&vSampson 


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Lettings 

Dorset • Sorr>erset 
Devon • Wiltshire 
Hampshire • London 

Fees: when you rent a property 
through us we will charge each tenant 
a one off £125 admin fee. 

Other fees may apply. 

See our website or contact the office 
for further details. 



South Chard £650 pern 

A charming and immaculately presented two bedroom cottage set in a quiet village location. Benefiting from off 
road parking. Pets and children considered. Available immediately. EPC rated E. 


AXM130396 01297 32879 



Hawkchurch £750 pem 


A modern three bedroom property finished to a high standard. Benefiting from 
living room with multi fuel stove, integrated appliances in the kitchen, enclosed 
rear garden, garage and parking. Available early August. EPC rated C. 

AXM130067 01297 32879 



Axminster £695 pem 


A spacious three bedroom property set out over three floors. Benefiting from 
town centre location. Presented to a high standard, fully fitted kitchen. 
Available mid August. Regret no pets. EPC rated D. 

ACC130054 01297 32879 



Axminster £500 pem 


An immaculately presented, first floor flat situated in the centre of Axminster 
close to all amenities. One Double bedroom with en-suite, benefitting with 
fitted kitchen and appliances. Regret no pets or children. Available immediately 
EPC rated B. 

ACC110188 01297 32879 



Musbury £680 pem 


RE- AVAILABLE A well presented, three bedroom mid terrace house offering 
good family sized accommodation in the popular village of Musbury. Benefiting 
from enclosed rear garden. Pets & children welcome. Available immediately. 
EPC rated C. 

AXM130350 01297 32879 



Axminster £1,000 pem 

An impressive three bedroom detached house situated on the outskirts of 
Axminster. The property benefits from double garage, ample off road parking 
and well maintained rear garden. During the summer months there will be the 
services of gardener at a cost of £20 per week. Available immediately. EPC 
rated E. 

AXM140288 01297 32879 



Axminster £700 pem 


A three bedroom three storey town house situated on the popular Wainhomes 
Development. Benefits from master with en-suite, front and rear garden 
and off road parking. Pets & children considered. Available end of June. 
EPC rated B. 


ACC070228 


01297 32879 


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Property Of The Week 



SEATON - £295,000 


DURLEY Road is a sought after location on the West¬ 
ern side of Seaton, located close to the town centre and 
seafront. 

This is a spacious, light filled, semi-detached 3 bed¬ 
room bungalow. The ground floor has a lounge / dining 
room, kitchen and master bedroom all looking out to 
the garden which runs along the rear of the property, 
along with the third bedroom and shower room also on 
the ground floor. The second floor has a good sized 
bathroom, access through to the garage and a third 


bedroom. 

The garage could be converted into a fourth bedroom 
and a window is already in place. 

The front of the property is lawned with a tarmac 
driveway with parking for additional vehicles. The rear 
garden is lawned and has a spacious south facing raised 
patio. An internal inspection is necessary to fully ap¬ 
preciate this deceptively spacious property. 

For more information please call Fortnam Smith & Ban- 
well on 01297 23939 




CATALINA CLOSE, 
DUNKESWELL 
E595PCM 

Red Homes Lettings are pleased to offer for long term 
rental this very well presented semi detached house in 
popular residential area. 

TTiis good size property has been completely refurbished 
from top to bottom and has been finished to a very high 
standard with new fitted kitchen and new fitted carpets 
throughout. Accommodation comprises: 2 good size bed¬ 
rooms, bright living room, new fitted kitchen/diner, con¬ 
servatory, family bathroom, enclosed rear garden, garage 
and off street parking. Conditions: no DSS, smokers or 
pets. 

Contact Red Homes Lettings to arrange an early viewing 
on 01404 41228. 





COLYFORD - £550,000 

APPEALING FOUR BEDROOM DETACHED HOUSE 


A beautifully presented and most appealing three/four 
bedroom detached coach house situated in a quiet cul-de- 
sac close to the centre of Colyford. Constructed we believe 
in the late Victorian period with brick elevations under a 
tiled roof the property was originally converted approxi¬ 
mately 15 years ago, but has been substantially enhanced 
and extended by the current vendors to produce a beau¬ 
tiful and spacious family home with outstanding character 
features. There are double glazed windows and zoned 
under floor heating on the ground floor and the accommo¬ 
dation includes, entrance hall with cloakroom, sitting room, 



superb dining room/fitted kitchen, garden room, utility 
room and double garage. The first floor comprises in the 
main house three bedrooms with exposed beams, master 
en-suite and a family bathroom with a good sized 
studio/study or occasional bedroom four over the double 
garage. There is extensive stained joinery throughout the 
property. Landscaped walled gardens and additional on¬ 
site parking. EPC rating C. 

For more information or to view this property please con¬ 
tact John Wood & Co on 01297 20290 or visit our website 
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PROPERTY VIEW 


FORTNAM 

SMITH BANWELL 

Selling Property in P!ast Oevon & 
West Dorset for Over 25 \ears 


Property Sales 
01297 23939 

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COLYTON £255,000 

An attractive, 
detached, 3 
bedroom house 
which is situated in 
an elevated location 
in a quiet cul-de-sac 
with distant 
countryside views. 

The shops and 
facilities of Colyton 
are a short walk 
away and the local 
playing fields and 
Tennis Courts are 
within easy reach. 
EPC rating D. 

BEER £265,000 

A character 
cottage ideally 
situated right in the 
heart of the 
beautiful village of 
Beer within a 
stones throw of the 
beach and 
amenities and 
enjoying lovely 
sea views. 
EPC Rating F. 


BEER £395,000 

The Old Lace Shop 
is located in Fore 
Street in the heart of 
this historic village. 
The cottage has the 
benefit of a beautiful 
kitchen, good sized 
rear courtyard. 
Originally three 
bedrooms it has 
been converted to 
two bedrooms but 
could easily be 
re-instated if 
desired. 

EPC Rating F. 


SEATON £255,000 


This well presented, 
mid terrace, 

3 bedroom modern 
house is just stone's 
throw from the beach 
and enjoys lovely 
views to the sea in 
one direction and the 
Axe Estuary in 
the other. The 
accommodation is on 
3 levels with ample 
living space and must 
be viewed internally 
to be fully appreci¬ 
ated. Integral garage, 
parking and garden. 
EPC Rating D. 


Seaton Court is situated in a small cul-de-sac within walking 
distance of the town centre and seafront. The property was built 
in 2005. The living accommodation is situated over three floors 
of this four storey property which has a contemporary light and 
airy feel throughout. EPC Rating C. 


Modern, well presented, semi-detached, 2 bedroom 
house in popular cul-de-sac location with garage, 
parking for two cars and gardens. The property 
benefits from gas central heating and double 
glazing throughout. EPC rating D. 


SEATON £150,000 


Double bedroom ground floor retirement apartment with direct 
access to communal front garden, refitted Kitchen and newly 
fitted floor coverings. Jubilee Lodge offers many communal 
facilities including a Guest Suite, Laundry Room, car parking 
and gardens. EPC rating C. 

SEATON £120,000 



COLYTON £237,500 



Very well presented and maintained 3-bedroom, 
semi-detached bungalow with ample parking and 
extended garage. Located in a peaceful position 
on the outskirts of Colyton. EPC Rating D. 



SEATON £195,000 



Extremely well presented penthouse apartment in this 
beautiful period Victorian conversion with velux windows 
offering panoramic sea views to the front. 

The property benefits from an allocated private car 
parking space and well appointed bathroom with bath and 
separate shower. EPC Rating C. 


One bedroom apartment for over 55’s which has 
been recently refurbished to a high standard. 
This apartment is one of only a few with an extra 
area adjacent to the Living Room offering extra 
living/dining space. EPC Rating B. 


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




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SEATON £275,000 

Modern detached 3 
bedroom chalet 
bungalow situated 
in a quiet cul-de-sac 
location with 
attractive rear 
garden. Level walk 
to shops, seafront 
and beach. Integral 
garage and parking. 
Double glazing and 
gas fired central 
heating. 

EPC Rating D. 


COLYFORD £375,000 


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A late Victorian 
house in a tucked 
away location with 
private garden 
and lovely 
countryside views. 
4 Bedrooms, 
bathroom and 
en-suite. Large 
living room, 
Kitchen/Dining 
Room and lovely 
Conservatory. 
Parking for 4 
vehicles and 
detached garage. 
EPC Rating F. 


BEER £395,000 

Beautifully 
presented 3 
bedroom, character 
cottage in the 
picturesque village 
of Beer with many 
original period 
features. The 
property benefits 
from an updated 
kitchen, bathroom 
and shower room 
and has lovely views 
over the village. 
EPC Rating F. 


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UPLYME £242,000 

3 Bedroom, semi¬ 
detached property 
with outstanding 
panoramic views to 
the rear over 
Uplyme and 
surroundinig 
countryside. 
The property has 
recently been 
upgraded with a 
new bathroom and 
must be viewed. 
EPC rating D. 


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LOUNGE WITH 
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KITCHEN/DINER, 2 
BATHROOMS, 
GARDEN, GCH, 
PARKING, 
CHILDREN & PETS 
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SEATON £550 PCM 


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FIRST FLOOR, TWO BEDROOM FLAT, WITH PARKING. 
LEVEL WALK TO TOWN CENTRE. PROPERTY CONSISTS: 

LOUNGE: WITH LARGE PICTURE WINDOW: FITTED 
KHCHEN:- BATHROOM:-WITH OVER BATH SHOWER. 
ELECTRIC SLIMLINE DIMPLEX WALL HEATERS TO EACH 
ROOM. PARKING:- FOR ONE CAR. EPC RATING: C 



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SEATON £650 PCM 



IMMACULATELY PRESENTED UNFURNISHED 
2 BEDROOM COACH HOUSE. THE PROPERTY 
BENEFITS FROM SPACIOUS OPEN PLAN LIVING/ 
DINING AREA AND A MODERN FITTED KITCHEN AND 
BATHROOM, GCH, GARAGE, COURTYARD GARDEN, 
CHILDREN AND PETS CONSIDERED, EPC RATING C 


SEATON £475 PCM 



NICELY PRESENTED TOP FLOOR FLAT IN CONVENIENT 
TOWN CENTRE LOCATION WITH VIEWS OVER ESTUARY 
FROM LOUNGE. HTTED KITCHEN. SHOWER ROOM: 
BEDROOM. NSH DOUBLE GLAZED THROUGHOUT. 
REGRET NO CHILDREN OR PETS. EPC RATING D 


SEATON £795 PCM 


THE BURROW £575 PCM 



VERY SPACIOUS THREE BEDROOM UPPER FLOOR 
APARTMENT WITH LOVELY SEA VIEWS, 
COMPRISING: OPEN-PLAN MODERN KITCHEN 
AND LIVING ROOM, BATHROOM, SHOWER ROOM, 
GCH, REGRET NO CHILDREN OR PETS, EPC RATING D 


SPACIOUS SECOND FLOOR ONE/TWO BEDROOM FLAT, 
COMPRISING KITCHEN, LOUNGE, BATHROOM, 
NSH, CHILDREN CONSIDERED REGRET NO PETS, 
EPC RATING: D 



SEATON £575 PCM 


SEATON £475 PCM 



ONE/TWO BEDROOM 2ND FLOOR FLAT 


COMPRISING LOUNGE / KITCHEN WITH FEATURE 
FIREPLACE, KITCHEN, BATHROOM, 2 DOUBLE 
BEDROOM OR ALTERNATIVELY ONE COULD BE 
USED AS A SEPERATE LOUNGE, NSH, CHILDREN 
CONSIDERED REGRET NO PETS, EPC RATING D, 
CHILDREN CONSIDERED REGRET NO PETS 



ONE BEDROOM SECOND FLOOR FLAT, OPEN PLAN 
KITCHEN/LIVING ROOM WITH SUNNY ASPECT ACROSS 
SEATON, NEW KITCHEN, DOUBLE BEDROOM, NEW 
SHOWER-ROOM, NSH, CHILDREN CONSIDERED REGRET NO 
PETS, EPC RATING D 


SEATON £550 PCM 



ONE BEDROOM FLAT WITH LOUNGE, 
KITCHENETTE/DINER, SHOWER ROOM 
WITH DOUBLE SIZE SHOWER, PARKING, 
EPC F, REGRET NO CHILDREN OR PETS 

SEATON £450 PCM 



ONE BEDROOM 1ST FLOOR FLAT WITH NEWLY FITTED 
GALLEY STYLE KHCHEN, LOUNGE WITH LOVELY A 
SPECTS OVER SEATON, DOUBLE BEDROOM WITH BUILT 
IN WARDROBE, BATHROOM WHH SHOWER, NSH, 
CHILDREN CONSIDERED REGRET NO PETS, EPC RATING D 


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SEATON 

£485pcm 1 bed UF 
Located in town centre. 
Kitchen with some whire goods. 
Shower faciiity. Gas CH. EPC C 



COLYTON 
£750pcm 3 bed UF 
Terraced House over three fioors. 
Fitted gaiiey kitchen. Bathroom 
and En-suite. Gas CH. Enciosed 
Courtyard garden. EPC D 



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AXMINSTER 
£570pcm 2 bed UF 



SEATON 

£660pcm 2 bed UF 
Semi detached bungaiow in 
popuiar residentiai area. 
Shower faciiity. Lounge/Dining 
Room. Gas CH. Parking. 


SEATON 

£540pcm 2 bed UF 



Located on edge of town. 
Renentiy refurbished. Eiectric 
heating with gas fire. Shower 
faciiity. Garden. Parking. EPC F 



SEATON 

£695 pcm 3 bed UF 
Good size first fioor fiat. 
Fitted kitchen. 

Gas CH. Patio and 
communai garden. EPC E 



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First fioor Fiat iocated on edge 
of town. Fitted kitchen. 
Shower faciiity. Gas CH 
Garage and parking. EPC E 


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Ware Court, Honiton £725pcm 

Immaculate semi 
detached family 
home in popular 
residential area. 
This recently built 
property offers 
good size 
accomm. And 
comprises: 3 beds 
(one with en-suite), 
lounge, f/f modern 
kitchen/diner, 
guest cloakroom, 
family bathroom, 
fgch, double 
glazed, parking. 

No DSS, 
smokers or pets. 



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East Barn, Buckerell £795pcm 



A stunning single level 
barn conversion in 
tranquil setting with 
spectacular countryside 
views. This property 
offers spacious 
accommodation. 
Comprising: 3 beds with 
en-suite to main bed, 
spacious lounge, 
large f/f kitchen/diner, 
modern bathroom, 
under floor heating, 
allocated parking. 
Long let available. 
Conditions: No 
pets/smokers, 
children considered. 


Catalina Close, Dunkeswell £595pcm 

Avery well 
presented house in 
popular residential 
area. This property 
has been completely 
refurbished from top to 
bottom and has been 
finished to a very high 
standard with new 
fitted kitchen and new 
fitted carpets 
throughout. 
Accommodation 
comprises: 2 good 
size bedrooms, bright 
living room, new fitted 
kitchen/diner, 
conservatory, family 
bathroom, enclosed 
rear garden, garage 
and off street parking. 
Conditions: no DSS, 
smokers or pets. 




Gronau Close, Honiton £595pcm 

Well presented 
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. 


Millers Way, Honiton £650pcm 


3 bed terrace family 
home minutes from 
town centre. The 
property is 
presented in good 
decorative order 
throughout 
and comprises: 3 
bedrooms (2x 
Double & 1x Small 
single). Living room, 
fitted kitchen, dining 
room, family 
bathroom, full gas 
central heating, 
double glazed, 
enclosed rear 
garden. Conditions: 
Pet considered, 
smokers or DSS, 
EPC band D. 


Fuiton House, Seaton £650pcm 



We are pleased to offer 
this modern ground 
floor 2 story flat 
situated in the middle of 
Seaton. Comprising: 
Large living room, 
modern kitchen with 
built in fridge freezer 
and dishwasher, 2 
double bedrooms, 
family bathroom, 
conservatory, back 
garden, garage, 
guest parking, central 
heating, double glazing, 
lots of storage space. 
The property will be 
supplied unfurnished 
and will be available 
from August 1st. 
Conditions: No DSS, 
smokers or pets. 


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CHARDSTOCK £369,950 

A substantial detached bungalow which has undergone extensive modernisation to an excellent 
standard by the current owners. Offering three double bedrooms as well as plenty of living 
accommodation with countryside views, this stylish home offers purchasers high quality living in a 
quiet rural retreat. Tenure: Freehold, EPC rating: D 



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AXMINSTER 


£149,950 



A substantial detached house presented in superb condition, which is located within a sought 
after area. Having been thoughtfully extended by the current owners, this wonderful home 
now offers an abundance of spacious and versatile accommodation over two floors, with ac¬ 
companying level gardens. Tenure: Freehold, EPC rating: C 


An extremely well presented detached house well placed 
to take advantage of the facilities on offer in the town 
of Axminster. Comprehensively fitted with modern 
conveniences throughout, this stylish home is complete 
with garage and south facing rear garden. 

Tenure: Freehold, EPC rating: Awaited 


An attractive stone cottage in a convenient town location. 
Retaining many original features this wonderful home 
offers contemporary living with a flavour of the past, and 
comes to the market with the added benefit of NO 
ONWARD CHAIN. Tenure: Freehold, EPC rating: E 


This extremely well presented detached home is situated in a rural location in the glorious East Devon 
countryside. Combining the convenience of contemporary living, yet full of the charm of a bygone age, 
this home would make an ideal purchase for those buyers seeking a rural lifestyle. Tenure: Freehold, EPC: 
Exempt 







with accommodation comprising of two bedrooms, open 
plan/kitchen lounge, bathroom as well as garage and 
parking . The property also benefits from the remainder 
of an NHBC warranty. Tenure: Freehold, EPC rating: C 


A good example of Edwardian architecture, located a 
short distance from the amenities, transport links and 
facilities that the market town of Axminster has to offer. 
This character property retains several original features 
along with the comforts of modern day living. NO 
ONWARD CHAIN. Tenure: Freehold, EPC rating: D 


AXMINSTER £179,950 

An extended semi detached three bedroom home located 
towards the northern edge of Axminster. This well loved 
family home is coming to the market for the first time and 
benefits from a garage, driveway parking and NO ON¬ 
WARD CHAIN. Tenure: Freehold, EPC rating: Awaited 


A charming double fronted cottage which has been 
modernised to a high standard by the current owners, 
offering a flavour of the past with the comforts of modern 
living. Situated within walking distance of the facilities in 
the town, this wonderful home comes to the market with 
NO ONWARD CHAIN. Tenure: Freehold, EPC rating: D 


OTTERY ST. MARY £97,500 FOR A 50% SHARE 

We are delighted to be marketing a new build three bedroom home on a shared ownership 
basis with the advertised price for a 50% share. We only have one plot available so book your 
appointment NOW to avoid disappointment! Purchasers must demonstrate a strong local con¬ 
nection to East Devon. Image shown are not of the property offered for sale but intend to 
represent the development and setting. Tenure: Leasehold, EPC rating: Predicted B 


AXMINSTER 


£210,000 



HARCOMBE 


£405,000 


A detached long house which has been refurbished to a 
high standard combining the comforts of modern living 
with the traditions of a country lifestyle. Situated on the 
edge of a private lane in a semi rural location, this home 
would make an ideal option for those looking for a 
country retreat. Tenure: Freehold, EPC rating: E 


SEATON £127,500 

An individual first floor apartment in a convenient town 
location. Offering well presented and proportioned 
accommodation throughout including two double 
bedrooms, this welcoming home would make an ideal 
first time buy or investment purchase. Tenure: Leasehold, 
EPC rating: C 


TYTHERLEIGH £500,000 

A substantial 1930's home with well proportioned accommodation throughout, this 

wonderful family home offers stunning country views to the rear aspect, ample parking 
and the added benefit of no onward chain. Tenure: Freehold, EPC rating: C 


AXMINSTER 

£90,000 FOR A 50% SHARE 

We are delighted to be marketing a selection of new build 
homes on a shared ownership basis with the advertised price 
for a 50% share. We only have limited numbers available so 
book your appointment NOW to avoid disappointment! 
Purchasers must demonstrate a strong local connection to East 
Devon. Tenure: leasehold, EPC rating: Predicted B 


AXMINSTER £184,950 

A two bedroom luxury McCarthy & Stone retirement 
apartment located in the market town of Axminster. 
Situated on the upper ground floor, with careline facilities 
if required, lift and communal residents lounge. An ideal 
purchase for independent living with peace of mind, care, 
and security. Tenure: Leasehold, EPC rating: B 



A conveniently positioned home located on the southern 
side of Axminster. Having been previously extended at the 
rear to offer additional accommodation, the property also 
benefits from an allocated garage and enclosed garden, 
making it an ideal family home, first time buy or 
investment opportunity. Tenure: Freehold, EPC rating: D 



AXMINSTER £240,000 


A charming and faithfully restored cottage in a sought 
after village position. Offering an abundance of charac¬ 
ter features along side modern conveniences, this won¬ 
derful home maintains the elegance of a bygone age and 
has the added benefit of being only minutes away from 
the local amenities. Tenure: Freehold, EPC rating: E 



SEATON £99,950 


A charming two bedroom home forming part of an 
exclusive development centered on Widworthy Court, a 
substantial and aesthetically pleasing country mansion 
dating from the early 19th century, offering an abundance 
of leisure facilities which can be enjoyed by all residents. 
NO ONWARD CHAIN. Tenure: Leasehold, 

EPC rating: Exempt 



AXMINSTER £89,950 


A well proportioned Georgian-style detached house, 
which occupies a laneside location in the village of 
Kilmington. Now in need of some updating and moderni¬ 
sation internally, this substantial home sits centrally within 
its own plot and comes to the market with the benefit of 
no onward chain. Tenure: Freehold, EPC rating: E 



MUSBURY £525,000 


A semi-detached two bedroom bungalow conveniently 
located within walking distance to the facilities on offer 
in the market town of Axminster. This home comes to the 
market with the added benefits of gas central heating, 
double glazing and no onward chain. Tenure: Freehold, 
EPC rating: C 



A modern three bedroom home in a popular residential 
area, with three floors of living space, including a down¬ 
stairs cloakroom, open plan lounge / kitchen / diner, with 
a master suite on the top floor. You have everything you 
could need! Tenure: Freehold, EPC rating: C 



AXMINSTER £174,950 


A detached two bedroom bungalow located towards the 
outer edge of Axminster. This well presented home has 
a surprisingly private, pretty rear garden and benefits 
from a level plot as well as a huge amount of off road 
parking to the front. Tenure: Freehold, EPC rating: E 


A fantastic opportunity to own a Grade II listed 
basement apartment that is coming to the market for 
the first time in 25 years. This wellloved home comes 
to the market with the added benefit of a pretty cob¬ 
bled courtyard garden to the front and useful storage 
sheds to the rear! Tenure: Leasehold, 

EPC rating: Exempt 


A two bedroom ground floor apartment located on the 
eastern side of Axminster. The property comes to the 
market with the benefit of double glazing, door entry 
system, emergency careline system, communal gardens 
and part time house manager. This property is subject to 
a minimum age requirement. Tenure: Leasehold, 

EPC rating: C 


A superb double fronted home with an additional two 
bedroom cottage, which is located on the eastern flank of 
the beautiful Axe Valley. Built during the latter years of 
the Arts and Craft movement, this unique property offers 
a village lifestyle, yet gives easy access to coast and 
country. Tenure: Freehold, EPC rating: D 


A one bedroom first floor apartment located conveniently 
close to the to the town centre. Converted approximately 
4 years ago, the property is completely self-contained with 
its own water, gas and electricity supplies. Benefits include 
off-street parking, and the bonus of NO ONWARD CHAIN. 
Tenure: Leasehold, EPC rating: C 


A rare opportunity to obtain a freehold two bedroom 
town house, hidden from view and occupying a spacious 
107 m sq. With lovely gardens and off street parking, 
this well maintained home provides generous living 
accommodation with a south facing garden! 

Tenure: Freehold, EPC rating: E 


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Colyton, Detached Three Bedroom House. £274,950 

An attractive three bedroom detached house located on a corner 
plot in the popular Burnards Field Road development. Garage, 
parking and gardens. EPC rating D. 



Seaton, Superb 
3/4 Bedroom Detached 
Bungalow. £420,000 

A superb 3/4 bedroom 

detached bungalow 

located in a quiet cul-de- 

sac on the western side of 

Seaton. Landscaped 

gardens and grounds. 

Car port. EPC rating TBC. 



Seaton, Outstanding Panoramic Views. £620,000 


A superb and unique architect designed four bedroom split level family 
home with outstanding panoramic Axe Valley and Lyme Bay views. 
Potential annexe. Landscaped gardens. Home office, double garage 
and additional vehicle parking. EPC rating C. 



Beer, Attractive Semi Detached Home. £425,000 

An attractive and very spacious five bedroom semi detached home located with 
a good sized sloping garden in an elevated position with attractive countryside, 
coastal and sea views. Garden and parking. A detached double garage and a 
further area of land is available by separate negotiation. EPC rating D. 



Colyton, Attractive 3/4 
Bedroom Family Home. 

£245,000 

An attractive and 
deceptively spacious 3/4 
bedroom end of terrace 
family home located close 
to the heart of Colyton. 
Enclosed paved courtyard 
and lawned garden to the 
rear. EPC rating C. 



Colyford, Appealing Detached House. £550,000 


A beautifully presented and most appealing three/four bedroom 
detached coach house situated in a quiet cul-de-sac close to the 
centre of Colyford. Landscaped walled gardens, double garage and 
additional on-site parking. EPC rating C. 



Seaton, Detached 4/5 Bedroom Bungalow. OIEO £425,000 

An exceptional spacious bungalow with sea views in one of the premier 
roads in Seaton offering up to 5 bedrooms and integral annexe potential. 
Landscaped gardens. Double garage. EPC rating D. 



Colyton, Semi Detached Three Bedroom House. £169,950 

An older style semi detached home retaining a number of original period 
features. Enclosed gardens to the front and a large garden at the rear 
and additional vehicle parking. EDDC restriction. EPC rating E 



Seaton, Attractive 
3/4 Bedroom Detached 
Home. £210,000 

A most attractive three/four 
bedroom semi detached 
home located in a 
convenient location for the 
town centre and beach. 
Good size attractively 
landscaped gardens. 
EPC rating D. 

Seaton, detached split 
level home. £345,000 

A3 bedroom detached 
split level home benefitting 
from magnificent panoramic 
Axe Valley, Axe Cliff and 
views over Lyme Bay towards 
Portland Bill. Gardens to front 
and rear, garage/workshop 
and additional vehicle 
parking. EPC rating D. 



Seaton, Attractive Five Bedroom Family Home. £450,000 


An impressive and attractive five bedroom detached house with spacious 
and flexible accommodation located in a quiet cul-de-sac in the favoured 
western part of the town with a good sized garden and Axe Valley views. 
Double garage. Gardens to front and rear. Sun deck. EPC rating C. 



Branscombe, Attractive Two Bedroom Cottage. £499,950 

A delightful and most attractive two bedroom attached Grade II listed 
thatched cottage allocated at the heart of Branscombe. There is a 
detached one bedroom studio annexe, good sized gardens, detached 
double garage and additional vehicle parking. 


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This 3 bedroom grade 2 listed attached Cottage is situated in a stunning location enjoying delightful countryside views. The property benefits from ample parking, 
detached garage & a natural pond. Accommodation comprises: Entrance porch, Cloakroom, Kitchen/Breakfast room. Dining room. Lounge, master Bedroom with En - Suite, 
2 further Bedrooms, Bathroom, large Garden, detached Garage & ample Parking/Hardstanding. EPC Rating: TBC. £425,000. 


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This exceptionally versatile 1920’s detached chalet style house offers well planned accommodation 
of 4/5 bedrooms and is set in gardens and grounds of approximately 1.25 acres with a potential 
building plot in the grounds. Comprising Verandah Porch, Entrance Hall, Lounge/Dining room. Sitting 
room, large Kitchen/Breakfast, Dining room/Bedroom 5, Master Bedroom with En-Suite, 3 further 
Bedrooms, Bathroom with Jacuzzi bath. Large Garage and Workshop. EPC Rating: E. £450,000 


COTLEIGH 


Enjoying fantastic views across the adjoining countryside this well presented and largely extended 3 
Double Bedroom detached bungalow occupies a secluded spot with gardens & Coppice extending to 
almost 1 acre. The accommodation comprises Entrance Hall, Triple Aspect Living Room 24’ x 17’ with 
woodburner and countryside views. Fitted Kitchen, Utility /Sun Room, 3 Double Bedrooms, Bathroom, 

‘ detached double Garage, large Shed, ample Parking, large formal Gardens comprising level lawn, 
vegetable plot and copse. EPC Rating: D. £425,000 


GLOUCESTER HOUSE 


Gloucester House is a fine Grade II listed Georgian Town House which boasts a wealth of 
character features including Flag stone floors. Window shutters. Impressive Fire places and 
wonderful proportioned rooms as befits a house of this period arranged throughout the 3 fioors 
of accommodation. Benefiting from gas fired central heating, off road parking, 5 Double Bedrooms, 
4 Reception rooms and Living Kitchen / Breakfast Room. EPC Rating: F. This house must be 
viewed to be fully appreciated. £399,000 


KILMINGTON 


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This iargely extended 3 double bedroom semi - detached family house also has the benefit of a loft 
conversion, ample parking and large south facing front garden. Enjoying a quiet location with lovely 
countryside views offers oil fired central heating and double glazing, comprises Entrance Porch hall. 
Sitting room, Living room with woodburner, bespoke oak buiit Kitchen, Utiiity room and Cloakroom, 3 double 
bedrooms, attic conversion and bathroom. EDDC housing restriction appiies. EPC Rating: D. £ 


DUKES WAY 


This detached 3 bedroom bungalow benefits from full modernisation, spacious lounge with 
large patio doors leading to a south westerly facing rear garden. Accommodation comprises: 
Entrance hall, Living room. Kitchen/ Diner, Cloakroom, 3 Bedrooms, south west facing rear 
Garden, Detached Garage with Utility Area, Driveway. EPC Rating: D. £250,000 


KILMINGTON 


This 3 bedroom detached house is situated in a sought after East Devon Village and benefits from a 
master bedroom with an en-suite shower room, level south facing rear garden & detached double 
garage. Accommodation comprises: entrance Hall, sitting room, kitchen, dining area, utility room, 
downstairs cloakroom, master bedroom with en-suite, 2 further double bedrooms, bathroom, south 
facing garden, parking and double garage. EPC rating: C. Price £375,000 


MY RESIDENTIAL LETTINGS 


KILMINGTON 


Spacious 2 bedroom cottage in a desired east devon viiiage. Accommodation 
comprising: iounge with woodburner, kitchen, conservatory, 2 bedrooms & bathroom, 
. smaii rear garden. EPC Rating E. Asking Rent: £650pcm. 


THE CRICKETERS 


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This 2 bedroom end terrace house has just been recently re-decorated with new carpets 
throughout. Situated in a quiet cul - de -sac location close to Axminster town centre. 
Accommodation comprises: entrance hallway, kitchen, lounge with bay window, 2 bedrooms, 
s. bathroom, driveway provides parking. EPC Rating: D. Asking rent: £595pcni > 


TRINTY VIEW 


This purpose buiit ground fioor garden fiat offers a fitted Kitchen/Diner, Living Room, 
duai aspect Doubie Bedroom, Bathroom with bath & shower, gas centrai heating, 
doubie giazing, garden, parking space EPC rating B Asking rent: £525pcm . 








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PROPERTY VIEW 


Pennys 


01297 22224 

Seaton Office 


estate agents 



De La Pole Court, Seaton 


O.I.E.O £160,000 



■ A Grade Two listed cottage 

■ Three bedrooms 

■ Gas Central Heating 

■ Living Room 


■ Kitchen 

■ Potential for a downstairs 
shower room 

■ Located in the town centre 


■ Close to all all the towns amenities 

■ Ideal holiday home or holiday let. 

I NO ONWARD CHAIN 

■ Energy Performance is to be confirmed 


Riverview Drive, Colyton 


£230,000 



I A newly refurbished detached house 
I Three bedrooms 
I Living room with fire surround 
I Spacious refitted kitchen/dining room 


I Sealed unit double glazing 

■ Gas central heating 

■ Sun lounge and refitted 
family bathroom 


■ Attractive, surrounding gardens 

■ Driveway and single attached garage 

■ No onward chain 

■ Energy Perfomance is D 


Trevelyan Road, Seaton 


£175,000 






I First floor apartment 
I One bedroom 

I Lounge/Diner with stunning harbour 
and sea views 


■ Kitchen and bathroom with views 
of the harbour and Axe Cliff 

■ UPVC double glazing 

■ Located within a 'stones throw' 
of the beach 


■ Allocated parking space 

■ Viewing is highly recommended 

■ Ideal holiday home or investment 

■ Energy Performance is C 


Ash Hill Court, Beer 


£215,000 



I A modern end of terrace house 
I Two bedrooms 
I Living room with fire surround 
I Kitchen/dining room 


I Modern white suite bathroom 
I Gas central heating 
I Ideal investment property/second 
home or holiday let 


■ Two allocated parking spaces 

■ Attractive enclosed rear garden 

■ No onward chain 

■ Energy Performance is D 



Grove Hill, Colyton 

I Detached bungalow 
I Two bedrooms 
I Recently re-roofed 
I Sought after location 
I uPVC double glazing 
I Gas central heating 


£205,000 

I Single garage & parking 
for one vehicle 
I Well maintained gardens 
I Internal viewing essential 
I Energy Performance is F 



£375,000 


I Detached chalet style bungalow 
I Four / Five bedrooms 
I Master bedroom with En-suite 
I Living room and sun room 


■ Kitchen & separate dining room 

■ UPVC double glazing and 
under floor heating 

■ Beautiful rear garden with sun terrace 


■ Large driveway and single garage 

■ Located in a highly sought area address 
on the favoured Western side of Seaton 

■ Energy Performance is C ^ 


Centrally located in the lovely 
village of Beer 

Spacious Lounge/dining room 

with large balcony 

Kitchen, Utility Room & 

separate cloakroom 

Two large double bedrooms 

both with ensuite 

Further scope to develop STPP 


■ A garage and parking for two cars 

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

■ Private, patio seating area 

■ Upvc Doubie glazing and 
gas central heating 

■ Makes an ideal second home or 
holiday let investment 

■ Energy Performance is E ^ 


Honey Ditches Drive, Seaton 


O.I.E.O £350,00 



■ A well presented spilt level home 

■ Three / Four bedrooms 

■ Flexible living accommodation 

■ Gas Central heating 


I Upvc double glazing throughout 
I Living Room & Dining area 
I Kitchen 

I Beautiful rear garden 


Stunning views towards the 
Axe Valley & Lyme Bay 
Single garage & Studio / Office 
Energy Performance is D 


Ash Hill Court, Beer 


£154,950 




■ A well presented first floor apartment 

■ One double bedroom 

■ Spacious living room 

I Re-fitted modern white bathroom suite 


I Kitchen 

I Allocated parking space 
I Within short, level walking distance 
to the centre 


I Sealed unit double glazing 
I Ideal holiday home or investment 
purchase 

I Energy Performance is C 


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Axminster £199,995 

A superb three bedroom semi detached home beautifully presented throughout 
with over 8 year NHBC remaining. Built on a popular Wain Homes development, 
The Kernow provides comfortable living accommodation with an open plan 
kitchen / dining room overlooking the rear garden, lounge, master bedroom 
with ensuite, two further bedrooms, family bathroom and downstairs WC, garage 
and garden. EPC B 



Capper Close, Newton Poppleford £179,000 

Well proportioned, two double bedroomed, terraced bungalow with a single garage in 
block. This property provides bright, well planned, modern accommodation. To the 
front are delightful countryside views. This property would suit a variety of purchasers 
including Investment. The accommodation comprises: uPVC double glazed porch. 
Light and airy living/dining room. Well specified kitchen. Modern, generous shower 
room. Two double bedrooms. uPVC double glazing throughout. Combination gas 
boiler. Gardens front and rear. Single garage in block. Parking. EPC C. 



Winslade Road, Sidmouth £355,000 

We are delighted to bring to market this SUBSTANTIAL, four double 
bedroom, Edwardian, family home. A delightful property which has re¬ 
tained the original character of the house, which provides excellent, 
well proportioned accommodation over three floors. Set in an elevated 
position with lovely, far reaching countryside views. EPC D 



£140,000 

Boasting sea views from every window, this two bedroom first 
floor apartment would make an ideal investment or first time 
buy. Spacious well presented accommodation throughout. 
Allocated parking space. EPC E 



Burrow Road, Seaton 




Glenisla Terrace, Sidmouth £330,000 


We are delighted to market this delightful, three double bedroom,period property. 
Located in a SUPERB 'hidden away' location, opposite parkland with lovely views 
to the sea. Close to Town and beach. A rented garage and rented parking space 
will be made available to the purchaser. Planning permission has been granted for 
a forth bedroom and kitchen extension. This property would be of interest to 
families, second home owners and Investors. Accommodation comprises, A stylish 
Living/dining room with multi fuel fire. Well specified kitchen. Large, newly fitted 
bathroom. Combination gas boiler. Garden. EPC E 



Temple Street, Sidmouth £215,000 

We are delighted to market this characterful, period property which benefits from 
all the modern day requirements. A terraced house conveniently located within half 
a mile of the Town and seafront. Close to the Byes countryside walks. Features 
include, entrance lobby which leads into a well presented living room with feature 
fireplace. Modern, well fitted kitchen/dining room. Utility room. Attractive spacious 
bathroom with white suite. Two double bedrooms. A delightful courtyard garden 
with rear gated access. The property has Upvc double glazing. Combination gas 
boiler. Period features. 





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Valley View, Axminster 

■ A spacious two bedroom 
first floor over 60 's apartment 

■ Views across nearby 
countryside 

■ Communal gardens 



Upper Highfield, Sidmouth 


£310,000 Seaton 


A detached 2 bedroom bungalow with single detached garage and parking. This stylish bun¬ 
galow occupies an enviable position in a quiet Cul-de Sac and offers delightful countryside 
views. Located within walking distance of the Byes river side walks, beach, shopping and 
restaurant facilities. The accommodation comprises: Two double bedrooms. An attic room 
(currently used as a study) with further storage area, potential to extend subject to the required 
consents being obtained. Two Reception rooms. A well specified kitchen. Attractive modern 
bathroom. Spacious L shaped hallway. Upvc double glazed entrance porch. Double glazing 
and GCH EPC D 


■ A substantial 4/5 bedroom 
detached family home within 
walking distance of town 
and beach 

■ Kitchen/breakfast room and utility 

■ Large lounge 



£84,000 

■ Benefitting from emergency 
care line, secure entry 
system and part time 
house manager 

■ EPCC 



£274,000 


■ Dining room 

■ Study and downstairs cloakroom 

■ Driveway providing off road 
parking 

■ Enclosed rear garden 
. EPC D 


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Colyton 


Colyford 


Kingsholme 


Seaton 



Southleigh 


Seaton 


This beautifully presented semi detached 
property really must be seen to appreciate 
both the quality and quantity on offer. 
Comprises three double bedrooms, two 
bathrooms, kitchen and garden. 

Beer 


Sale agreed similar properties required 
please call 01 297 5291 75 for a free 
appraisal. 


Seaton 


Situated close to the town centre, this 
detached property with sea views is 
perfect for anyone looking to be close 
to local amenities. Comprises three 
bedrooms, large garage and rear garden. 


Colyton 



Sale agreed similar properties required 
please call 01 297 5291 75 for a free 
appraisal. 


Axmouth 


Sale agreed similar properties required 
please call 01 297 5291 75 for a free 
appraisal. 


Seaton 


Situated in the popular picturesque village 
of Beer, is this beautifully presented end 
terraced property. Comprises three 
bedrooms, two reception rooms, shower 
room and garden. 

Seaton 



£245,000 

Sale agreed similar properties required 
please call 01 297 5291 75 for a free 
appraisal. 


Seaton 




£235,000 

Sale agreed similar properties required 
please call 01297 5291 75 for a free 
appraisal. 


Seaton 






£225,000 

Situated in the popular village of Axmouth, 
is this three bedroom semi detached 
upside down property. Comprises two 
reception rooms, garden and viewing is 
essential. 


Sale agreed similar properties required 
please call 01 297 5291 75 for a free 
appraisal. 


OIEO£ I 75,000 

This link detached property is perfect 
for first time buyers or anyone looking 
to downsize. Comprises two double 
bedrooms, two reception rooms, kitchen, 
bathroom and garage en-block 


£ 125,000 

Situated on the ground floor of Jubilee 
Lodge, this one bedroom apartment is 
ideal for anyone looking to be close to the 
local amenities in Seaton Town Centre. 
Comprises lounge/diner and kitchen. 


£75,000 

This well presented one bedroom 
retirement apartment really is a must see. 
Situated on the first floor, the property 
has been well maintained by the current 
owner. 


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REPAIRS & INSTALLATIONS 


CLOCK REPAIRS 


LAPTOPS 


HONITON 
CLOCK CLINIC 

Clock & Barometer Restorers 
Established 

< For Over two Decades 

16 New Street, 

Honiton, Devon EX14 lEY 

For a Free Consultation or Just Some Friendly Free Advice, 

Telephone: 01404 47466 


DELL LAPTOPS 

Completely Refurbished, Tested & ready to go 

CLEARING OUT OLD STOCK 
Windows XP with wifi £50 
also Dell Laptops Vista £80 

12”- 14” - 15” - Widescreen 
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Repairs & Tuition Undertaken 
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For further details contact 
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Paid up to £300 for some vehicles 

Environment agency licensed 
DVLA Licensed for destruction certificates 


Woodbury Car Breakers 
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TAYLORS REMOVALS 


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Storage Facilities 
House Clearances 
AVAILABLE 7 DAYS A WEEK 


Tel: Dave or Dean 

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FREE HOUSE CLEARANCES 


Full or part house clearances - also garage, shed & loft 

Charge for rubbish disposal may apply 

Personal sympathetic service 

Environment Agency Waste Disposal Registered 
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Bath and 
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Bathrooms and Wetroom installations 

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DAVID BRIGHT 


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01404 42351/01404 850304 (outofhours) 
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SHEDS, SUMMERHOUSE AND GARDEN BUILDINGS 


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TIMBER FRAMED BUILDINGS 


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LOCAL SERVICES 


ORNAMENTAL IRONWORK 



P.R. DRIVER 

ESTABLISHED 1983 

Makers of Fine bespoke iron work 

• Automated • Handrails 

entrance gates • Single gates 

• Railings • Staircases 

• Structural steelwork • Balconies 

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2.5t JCB / 3t Swivel Tip Dumper 
All Groundworks - 
Incl. Ditching, 

Drainage, Footings, 
Landscaping, Grading, 

Post Hole Auger 

With or without driver 



Reasonable Weekly or Daily Rates 

CALL: MARCUS 07970 789 753 


GARDEN COMPOST 


GARDENERS 


Mushroom Compost 
Well Rotted Farmyard and 
Horse Manure 
Wood Chip, Top Soil 
Chicken Manure, 
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All available in bags or bulk 
£1.50 per bag 
and delivery at cost 


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PROPERTY MAINTENANCE 
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GENERAL BUILDING 
CARPENTRY 

Phone ROB MITCHELL 
Home 01297 35556 
Mobile 07974 490602 


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FOOT CARE 


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HPC Registered Chiropodist / Podiatrist 


3 Miltons Yard, West Street, Axminster EX13 5FE 

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Volkswagen Reveals All-New Passat Saloon and Estate Models 


VOLKSWAGEN has unveiled the all-new Passat at a cere¬ 
mony at the Volkswagen Design Centre in Potsdam, Ger¬ 
many. The latest car, which will receive its public premiere 
at the Paris Motor Show in October, is the eighth-generation 
of the Passat, which over the past 41 years has racked up over 
23 million sales worldwide. 

Everything in this car is new: its design, technologies and 
engines. The Passat sets new standards with an unladen 
weight that has been reduced by up to 85 kg and fuel econ¬ 
omy figures that have been improved by up to 20 per cent. 
Eor the first time, there will also be a Passat with a plug-in 
hybrid drive system. In its design and in the advanced fea¬ 
tures it offers, the new Passat bridges the gap between the 
upper medium and premium class. 

At 4,767 mm long, the saloon is two millimetres shorter 
than the previous model, while the wheelbase is 79 mm 


longer at 2,791 mm and therefore the body overhangs signif¬ 
icantly shorter. At the same time, the Passat is 14 mm lower 
at 1,456 mm, and 12 mm wider at 1,832 mm. 

Because of the optimised engine orientation, it was possible 
to lower significantly the bonnet and shift the windscreen to¬ 
wards the rear. This ‘cab backward design’ helps to create 
the impression of a premium-class car. Extremely precisely 
drawn edges and creases which develop individual light-re¬ 
flecting surfaces help to continue this impression. At the 
front, the new Passat’s radiator grille features four chrome 
bars which bend inward towards the headlights in a trape¬ 
zoidal shape. The lowermost chrome bar of the grille is con¬ 
tinued into the headlights. 

Immediately noticeable at the rear is that the cab has a 
strong inward sweep, and at the bottom it transitions into the 
wide, flared shoulder section. The rear lights have been 



made considerably wider and leaner. In this area, the Saloon 
looks like a young sibling of the Phaeton with its large 
bootlid surface, and a distinctive crease beneath the rear 
lights that extends across the rear. 

All models of Passat have LED rear lights, while the 
higher-specification versions feature a distinctive horizontal 
tail light signature that switches over to a vertically oriented 
brake light signature under braking. Headlights are halogen 


or LED. In conjunction with Dynamic Light Assist, one of 
the two LED headlight options automatically adjusts the 
beam for maximum illumination of the road without dazzling 
other traffic. 

Despite exterior dimensions that are actually marginally 
smaller than those of the previous Passat, interior space is 
improved, with more leg- and head-room, as well as in¬ 
creased luggage space. 


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1999 Avondale Dart 470-2 (2 Berth) 

Awning, Gas Bottles, 

New Battery, Water & 

Waste containers. Good 
clean condition 

£ 2,000 ' 

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2005 Nissan Primastar Campervan 

92,000 miles. New Cambelt 
(2013), New Clutch (2014), 2 
New Tyres, Fridge, Hob, 

Microwave, Bed Sink, Just 
had a Full Service, with 
Awning, Tax Nov 14, Ready 
to Go 

£10,500 ono 

Telephone 01297 22369 / 07598 323110 


Toyota Corolla 
1.3 GS1999 

64,100 miles, 5 
Months Tax 11 
Months MOT, Good 
Condition 

£795 

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04 Renault Clio 
Expression 1.5 
DCi 

Diesel, Lady Owner, Tax 
March 15, MOT March 15, 
Low Mileage 38,861, All 
Relevant paperwork. 
Looked after, VGC 

£6,475 

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Manual, Petrol, One Previous Owner, Low Mileage 32,546, Full Service 
History, Full Leather Trim, Mulitiple Airbags, Front Heated Windscreen, Air 
Con, ABS, Alloy Wheels, Remote Central Locking, Spare Key, Power- 
assisted Steering (PAS), Power Locks, Power Windows, Tilt Steering Wheel, 
Usual Ghia Refinements. £ 3 , 995.00 


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2009/09 VW TRANSPORTER 1.9 TDI 
PD 102PS PANELVAN. Manual, Diesel, 
White. 141,000 Miles. 13 Months War¬ 
ranty, Full VW Service History, One 
Owner From New, Full MOT, Bluetooth 
connectivity, Radio/CD, Side loading 

door. Remote central locking. 

.£7.495 


PETROLS 


2004/04 SUZUKI 1200 BANDIT 
GSF SK4 MOTORCYCLE, White. 
20,000 Miles. Very Well Main¬ 
tained, Please Call For A view¬ 
ing. £2,250 



Estate/MPV 



2003/53 SUZUKI IGNIS 1.5 GL VVT 
4 GRIP 5 DOOR MPV, Manual, 
Petrol, Red. 74,000 Miles. 13 Months 
Warranty, Good Servioe History, 
Lovely Example, Full MOT, Warranted 
Mileage. £1,750 



2008/08 VAUXHALL CORSA 1.3 CDTI 
CLUB 5 DOOR HATCHBACK. Manual, 
Diesel, Red. 79,000 Miles. 13 Months 
Warranty, One Previous Owner, Good 
Service History, Full MOT, Warranted 
Mileage, Stereo radio/CD player and 
MP3 facility. Electric front windows.... 
.£3,995 



2009/59 FIAT 500 1.2 POP 3DOOR 
HATCHBACK. Manual, Petrol, White. 
27,000 Miles. 13 Months Warranty, 
One Owner From New, Full Service 
History, Full MOT, Warranted Mileage, 
Electric front windows, MP3 compati¬ 
ble radio/single CD player.... £5,995 



2007/56 FORD FOCUS 2.0 TDCI TITA¬ 
NIUM 5 DOOR ESTATE. Manual, 
Diesel, Blue. 109,000 Miles. 13 Months 
Warranty, Full Service History, Superb 
Throughout, Full MOT, Warranted 
Mileage, Air conditioning. Alloy 
wheels. Electric front and rear win¬ 
dows, Sony RDS stereo radio/CD/MP3 
.£3,695 





2005/05 MITSUBISHI L200 DOUBLE 
CAB TD ANIMAL 4 DOOR 4X4, Man¬ 
ual, Diesel, Black. 97,000 Miles. 13 
Months Warranty, Full Service History, 
Full MOT, Warranted Mileage, 
Radio/CD, Air conditioning. Alloy 
wheels. Electric mirrors. Electric win¬ 
dows. Tow Bar. £5,495 NO VAT 



2004/54 HONDA JAZZ 1.41-DSI S 5 
DOOR HATCHBACK, Manual, Petrol, 
Grey. 87,000 Miles. 13 Months War¬ 
ranty, Superb Throughout, Good Serv¬ 
ice History, Full MOT, Warranted 
Mileage, Drivers window one touch 
up/down. Electric front windows, CD 
Tuner, Central locking. £2,495 



2007/07 FORD C-MAX 2.0 ZETEC 5 
DOOR MPV, Automatic, Petrol, Blue. 
28,000 Miles. 13 Months Warranty, Full 
Service History, 2 Previous Owners, Full 
MOT, Warranted Mileage, Stunning Ex¬ 
ample, Manual air conditioning, 16" 
5 spoke Y alloy wheels. £4.995 



2005/55 FORD MONDEO 2.0 TDCI 
115 SILVER 5 DOOR HATCHBACK, 

Manual, Diesel, Gold. 95,000 Miles. 13 
Months Warranty, Full Service History, 
One Previous Owner, Full MOT, War¬ 
ranted Mileage, Air conditioning. 
Parking distance sensor. Conven¬ 
ience Pack - Mondeo, 16" 7 spoke 
alloy wheels. £2,495 


2007/07 FORD FOCUS 1.8 ZETEC CLI¬ 
MATE PACK 5 DOOR HATCHBACK. 



Manual, Petrol, Blue. 60,000 Miles. 13 
Months Warranty, One Owner From 
New, Immaculate Throughout, Full 
Service History, Full MOT, Warranted 
Mileage, Alloy Wheels, Electric front 
windows, Radio/CD. £4,150 



1996/N MITSUBISHI RVR 2.0 DIESEL 
MANUAL 4X4 (2003 IMPORT), 

Black. 62,000 Miles. 13 Months War¬ 
ranty, Very Good Condition, Full 
MOT, Awesome 4x4, Radio CD 
Player, Eleotrio Windows And Mirrors 

.£2,495 


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2007/57 LAND ROVER DEFENDER 
2.4 TDCI PICKUP, Manual, Diesel, 
Green. 79,000 Miles. 13 Months War¬ 
ranty, Well Maintained, One Owner 
From New, Full MOT, Free HPI Report, 
HPI Clear, Radio CD Player. 4 seats. 
.£9,995+VAT 



2011/11 PEUGEOT 107 1.0 ENVY 5 
DOOR HATCHBACK. Manual, Petrol, 
White. 30,000 Miles. 13 Months War¬ 
ranty, Full Service History, One Previous 
Owner, Immaculate Throughout, Full 
MOT, Warranted Mileage, Alloy wheels. 
Electric front windows. Facia inte¬ 
grated, coded radio/CD. £5,495 



2007/07 AUDI 2.0 TDI TDV S LINE 
MULTITRONIC 5 DOOR ESTATE, Auto¬ 
matic, Diesel, Silver. 100,000 Miles. 13 
Months Warranty, Full Service History, 
One Previous Owner, Superb Condi¬ 
tion Throughout, Full MOT, Warranted 
Mileage, 17" 5 parallel twin spoke de¬ 
sign alloy wheels, CD Player With MP3 
.£6,895 


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1996/N MERCEDES-BENZ SPRINTER 2.3 
DAY VAN, Manual, Diesel, White. 
190,000 Miles. 13 Months Warranty, Im¬ 
maculately Well Looked After, Fully 
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Tuesday July 8 2014 


cricket tables 


Devon League 


Premier 

PId 

Pts 

SIDMOUTH. 

.10 

185 


10 

133 


10 

125* 


10 

121 


10 

115 

BoveyTracey. 

10 

109* 


10 

97 


10 

91 


10 

82 


10 

62 

Division B 

PId 

Pts 


10 

170* 


10 

140 


10 

132 


10 

128 

Thorverton 

10 

120 

AXMINSTER. 

10 

108* 


10 

102 


10 

99 

Barnstaple & Pilton. 

10 

70* 

Stoke Gabriel 

10 

58 

Division C 

PId 

Pts 


.10 

171 


.10 

161 

Clyst Hydon 

.10 

123 

Dartington STotnes. 

.10 

119 

OTTERY St MARY. 

.10 

111 

Shaldon Optimists. 

.10 

105 


9 

95* 

Chagford 

9 

79* 

Plymouth CS & Rob. 

.10 

72 



45 

Division D 

PId 

Pts 


.10 

150 

Yelverton Bohemians 

.10 

143 

UPLYME & LYME REGIS... 

.10 

117 


.10 

114 


.10 

109 

SEATON 

.10 

104* 

FENITON 

.10 

90 

Whitchurch Wayf. 

.10 

87 

HONITON 

.10 

76 

Clyst St George. 

.10 

69 

Division E 

PId 

Pts 


.10 

144 

KILMINGTON 

.10 

142 


.10 

138 

Countess Wear. 

.10 

126 


.10 

124 


.10 

122 

Halberton &SP. 

.10 

109 

Cullompton 

.10 

97* 

Kingskerswell 

.10 

95 

Topsham St James. 

.10 

39 

Division F 

PId 

Pts 

Tiverton. 

.10 

163 


.9 

122 

UPOTTERY 

8 

121 


9 

no 

Woodbury 

9 

108 

Lifton, 

9 

83* 

Culmstock . 

.9 

78 

CHARDSTOCK 

8 

74 

Buckland Monochm. 

9 

58 

Cheriton Fitzpaine. 

9 

56 

Newton St Cyres 

9 

31 

2nd XI Premier 

PId 

Pts 

SIDMOUTH. 

.10 

161 

Exeter . 

.10 

161 

Plymouth 

10 

119 

Plympton 

10 

116 

North Devon. 

10 

109 

Exmouth 

10 

108 

Paignton 

10 

96 

Sandford 

10 

78 

Heathcoat. 

10 

72 

BoveyTracey 

...10 

71 

2nd XI Division A 

PId 

Pts 

Cornwood 

...10 

174 

Budleigh Salterton. 

.10 

154 

Ipplepen . 

10 

143 

OTTERY St MARY. 

10 

133 

Plymsiock 

10 

129 

Hatherleigh 

10 

96 

Barton. 

10 

92 

Plymouth 3rds. 

10 

65* 

Bradninch 

10 

59 

Chudleighl 

10 

43 

2nd XI Division B 

PId 

Pts 

Exeter 3rds 

...10 

160 

Abbotskeisv.ell 

.10 

149 

SIDMOUTH 3rds. 

10 

144 

Brixham . 

10 

142 

Tavistock 

10 

93 

Braunton 

10 

91 

Cornwood 3rds. 

10 

85 

Plymouth CS & Rob. 

10 

76 

Alphington 

10 

68 

Thorverton 

10 

65* 

2nd XI Division C 

PId 

Pts 

Ivybridge 

10 

169 

Clyst Hydon 

10 

158 

Torquay 

10 

143 

Bideford. 

10 

117 

Kingsbridge. 

10 

111* 

South Devon. 

10 

107 

AXMINSTER 

10 

98 

Yelverton Bohemians. 

10 

98 

Barnstaple & Pilton. 

10 

76 

Stoke Gabriel 

10 

27* 

2nd XI Division D(E) 

PId 

Pts 

SEATON. 

.10 

178 

Whimple 

.10 

136 

Shobrook Park. 

.10 

126 

UPLYME & LYME REGIS... 

.10 

123 

KILMINGTON 

.10 

117 

Countess Wear. 

.10 

92 

HONITON 

.10 

88 

Kentisbeare 

.10 

85 

North Devon 3rds. 

.10 

77* 

Halberton &SP. 

.10 

67* 

2nd XI Division E(E) 

PId 

Pts 

Exmouth 3rds. 

.10 

140 

UPOTTERY. 

.10 

129 

Filleigh. 

10 

120 

Thorverton 3rds. 

10 

117 

OTTERY St MARY 3rds. 

10 

105 

Kenn.. 

10 

93 

Exwick 

10 

84 

Cullompton 

10 

76 

Topsham St James. 

10 

70 

FENITON 

10 

67* 


(*=Pts deducted) 


Somerset League Div8N PId Pts 


ALL SAINTS 

.10 

231 

230 

214 

205 

163 

Westlands3rds. 

Barrington 2nds. 

South Petherton 2nds. 

Wincanton 2nds. 

.10 

.10 

.10 

.10 

Temple Cloud 2nds. 

9 

155 

Cranmore 2nds. 

.10 

149 

Kilm & Stourton 2nds. 

.10 

145 

North Perrott 3rds 

.10 

92 


East Devon Cricket round-up 


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Sidmouth recovery extends lead 


SIDMOUTH extended their lead at the top 
of the Prennier Division to a mammoth 52 
points as they recovered from a night¬ 
mare start to chase down a victory target 
of 225 against visitors Bovey Tracy. 

The hosts lost two wickets without a run 
on the board and were floundering at 30 
for 4 before Matt Cooke guided them 
home to a tense three-wicket win with an 
unbeaten 69. 

It was a good weekend for Sidmouth 
with all three senior teams recording vic¬ 
tories. 

Seaton club also enjoyed victories for 
both teams. 

Joe Berry was the star of the 1st XI's 
home win taking 4 for 15 as Clyst St 
George were rolled over for 126. Mark 
Bray's 66 saw the Pirates cruise home at 
127 for 3. 

♦ The local cricketing fraternity was 
stunned by the news of the death of 
Seaton CC player Ryan Walker at the 
weekend. 

Mr Walker (24) is believed to have died 
froma massive asthma attack. 

In a statement of Devon Cricket Board 
website Seaton captain ben Morgan 
said: "Ryan just loved cricket and ever- 
thing about it - the coaching, the playing 
and the social side. 

"He was the sort of person who got on 
with everyone. I never heard a bad word 
said about him. 

"Our thoughts are with his parents and 
sister." 

Pemier Division 

North Devon 252 for 2 (Huxtable 127no, 
Curtis 89no) Exeter 237 (Lenygon 53, Hol¬ 
man 37, Viljoen 36no, extras 34; Overton 
3-17). 

Result: North Devon (20 points) beat Ex¬ 
eter (six) by 15 runs. 

Exmouth 88 (Parr 3-22) Heathcoat 89 for 
6 (Smith 52no; Anning 3-18). 

Result: Heathcoat (20 points) beat Ex¬ 
mouth (three) by four wickets. 

Sandford 224 for 7 (Small 54, Tucker 50, 
Discombe 41) Cornwood 209 (Lambert 79; 
Palmer 5-40, Morish 3-43). 

Result: Sandford (19 points) beat Corn- 
wood (eight) by 15 runs. 

Bovey Tracy 224 for 4 (P.Bradley 130no, 
Wyatt-Haines 38) Sidmouth 225 for 7 
(Cooke 69no, Dibble 53; Roberts 3-33). 

Result: Sidmouth (18 points) beat Bovey 
(seven) by three wickets. 

Plymouth 289 for 4 (Koopman 113no, 
Toms 69, Hagan-Burt 33no, Stein 30) 
Torquay 229 (J.Thompson 87, J.Hunt 48, 
M.Thompson 30) 

Result: Plymouth (20 points) beat 
Torquay (seven) by 60 runs. 

Division A 

Abbotskerswell 81 (G Penrice 16; D Ek- 
straal 3-27,T Drake 3-22, M Gilmour 2-12), 
Barton 82-1 (S Needham 53, S Bellamy 
20no). Barton (21 points) beat Abbots-ker- 
swell (nil) by nine wickets. 

Chudleigh 232-6 (S Galhenage 113, D 
Britcliffe 62; C Eaves 2-35), Brixham 156 (M 
Orchard 64, J Gregory 24, A Pugh 21; F 
Khaliq 3-14, S Galhenage 4-15). Chudleigh 
(22 points) beat Brixham (three) by 76 
runs. 

Hatherleigh 242-9 (D Forrester 38, J 
Cherrington 33, M Lake 29, A Bennett 45; 
M Ekstrom 3-45, C Ashworth 2-27), Paign¬ 
ton 202 (Z Hamza 64, R Shergold 35, M Ek¬ 
strom 34; R Fishleigh 3-28, C Jelley 3-14). 
Hatherleigh (22 points) beat Paignton 
(eight) by 40 runs. 

Lewdown 116 (M Marais 36; L Peterson 
3-28, J Burke 3-20, J Murphy 3-6), Budleigh 
Salterton 119-2 U Burke 63, E Rice 20). 
Budleigh (21 points) beat Lewdown (one) 
by eight wickets. 

Plympton 256-6 (W Hartslief 73, J 
Mailling 49, C Bunney 42, D Robotham 39; 
W Squire 2-55), Bradninch 228-9 (T Piper 
63, D Hardy 45, G Maher 36; J Lee 4-31, R 
Farrer 3-40). Plympton (20 points) beat 
Bradninch (eight) by 28 runs. 


Division B 

Barnstaple 176-7 (T Popham 58, G McEn- 
doo 52; D Beatty 2-26, J Crouch 2-43), 
Thorverton 156 (D Beatty 52, P Fielder 23, 
extras 35; S Moore 5-25, J Popham 2-44, P 
Schiller 2-25). Barnstaple (18 points) beat 
Thorverton (six) by 20 runs. 

Bideford 208-9 (P Heard 49, J King 48, J 
Roach 21; I Whalley 3-38, D Fulco 3-22), 
Plymstock 150 (J Nichols 37, A Richards 36, 
D Fulco 27; M Stewart 4-31, F King 2-18, J 
Atkinson 2-17, J Ford 2-28). Bideford (20 
points) beat Plymstock (seven) by 58 runs. 

Braunton 152 (C Mitchell 46, A Nyam- 
banje 26; T Peter 3-38, L Baker 3-16, J 
Stephens 2-29), Tavistock 153-3 (A 
Churchill 25,1 Gray 26, S Daymond 40no, 
S Cleeve 23no, D Manning 22). Tavistock 
(22 points) beat Braunton (four) by seven 
wickets. 

Ivybridge 151-9 (J de Silva 33; J Tolley 2- 
20, A Ball 2-29, B Luck 2-29, K Davis 2-30), 
Stoke Gabriel 54 (B Alcock 23; J de Silva 9- 
6). Ivybridge (20 points) beat Stoke (four) 
by 97 runs. 

Shobrooke Park 226 (N Prell 45, A 
Codling 42, D Pyle 37, C Simpson 33; M 
Pyle 2-26, G Larcombe 2-13), Axminster 79 
(B Trenaman 4-11, P Anning 2-8). 
Shobrooke (21 points) beat Axminster 
(five) by 147 runs. 

Division C 

Alphington v. Chagford. No details. 

Ipplepen 267-5 (H Lewis 94no, J Abbott 
56, C Gaylard 44no; C Whitehead 2-55), 
Shaldon 178 (K Blackburn 37, C Wool- 
nough 25, R Abrahams 36no; C Gaylard 4- 
43, K Wakeham 3-32, S Bowden 3-31). 
Ipplepen (20 points) beat Shaldon (six) by 
89 runs. 

Kingsbridge 104 (N Peach 27; J Colgate 
4-17, B Hartridge 2-20, D Carter 2-26), 
Dartington &Totnes 105-1 (R Stevenson 
51 no, J Colgate 40). Dartington (22 points) 
beat Kingsbridge (one) by nine wickets. 

Plymouth CS&R 149 (B Wilkinson 22, A 
Smith 26, D Saunders 22, D Windsor 22; D 
Haturusingha 3-13, 0 Besley 3-37, L Hine 
2-43, C Lewis 2-17), Clyst Hydon 151-7 (K 
Sercombe 36, H Wood 25, R Martin 22no, 
extras 32; J Sharpe 2-30, A Hawker 2-27). 
Clyst (21 points) beat Civil (five) by three 
wickets. 

South Devon 173-9 (J Martin 42, M 
Smith 26, R Maunder 20no; M Read 3-28, 
J Clements 2-26, R Crabb 2-46), Ottery St 
Maryl35 (M Wilkinson 33, J Clements 26; 
S Day 5-24, D Knowles 2-36). South Devon 
(18 points) beat Ottery St Mary (six) by 38 
runs. 

Division D 

Ashburton 121 (T Durman 35, A Berry 24; 
P Bates 6-17, A J Van Wyk 3-34), Babba- 
combe 122-2 (M Pugh 61, N Beech 25). 
Babbacombe (21 points) beat Ashburton 
(two) by eight wickets. 

Clyst St George 126 (S Cooper 29, extras 
38; J Berry 4-15, B Libby 2-21), Seaton 127- 
3 (M Bray 66, extras 21 ,S Perry 19; J McGre¬ 
gor 2-21). Seaton (22 points) beat Clyst SG 
(three) by seven wickets. 

Feniton 229-9 (M Kingdon 67, J Pyle 50; 
S Bray 3-16), Whitchurch 143 (MCredicott 
31; F Pyle 3-21, A Pullin 3-24). Feniton (20 
points) beat Whitchurch (six) by 86 runs. 

Honiton 151 (K Kelly 44, P Matravers 
30no; N Dinnison 3-11, H Brimacombe 3- 
19, C Warner 2-20), Uplyme & Lyme Regis 
153-8 (N Dinnison 60, A Bellworthy 53no, 
T Wellman 24; A Holmes 4-24). Uplyme & 
Lyme Regis (21 points) beat Honiton 
(seven) by two wickets. 

Yelverton 204 (R West 79, A Zubar 28, M 
Farnham 3-25, R Bowden 3-37), Filleigh 93. 
Yelverton (20 points) beat Filleigh (five) by 
111 runs. 

Division E 

Countess Wear 225-9 (J Bouge 106; M 
Cook 4-45); Kentisbeare 214 (C Gillett 72, 
S Chappell 53). Countess Wear (20 points) 
beat Kentisbeare (nine) by 11 runs. 


Cullompton 163 (J P Roben 47), Kilming- 
ton 164-6 (D Cook 77; A Cook 4-22 T 
Gooding 4-19). Kilmington (20 points) 
beat Cullompton (six) by four wickets. 

Kenn 206 (S Coler 101, P Chislett61;J 
Calloway 4-34), Halberton & SP 121 (R 
Venn 30; J Mason 3-30, P Chislett 3-19). 
Kenn (20 points) beat Halberton (six) by 
85 runs. 

Topsham St James 138 (RTreleaven 43; 
T Boother 5-26); Bridestowe 139-0 (S Ewan 
63, T Fogarty 52no). Bridestowe (22 
points) beat Topsham SJ (two) by ten 
wickets. 

Whimple 161 (P Lacey 3-27), Kerswell 
163-3 (S Waters 68no; S Lacey 66). 
Kingskerswell (20 points) beat Whimple 
(four) by seven wickets. 

Division F 

Chardstock v. Buckland. No details. 

Cheriton Fitzpaine 189-9 (G Squire 43, B 
Coe 39; H Rose 2-25, R Caryl 2-39), Exwick 
192-4 (R Grunsell 68no, K Calderhead 43; 
A Hartley 

2- 41). Exwick (21 points) beat Cheriton 
(six) by six wickets. 

Culmstock 150 (A Hayman 39 N Foster 
33, S White 3-19 I Hughes 3-24); Wood¬ 
bury 151-5 (J Kavanagh 58) Woodbury (20 
points) beat Culmstock (five) by five wick¬ 
ets. 

Lifton 130 (MVanstone 71; R Cunnett 6- 
32), Chelston 126 (M Faulkner 30; B West- 
lake 3-26). Lifton (17 points) beat Chelston 
(seven) by four runs. 

Tiverton 282-7 dec (B Parr 87no, J Reed 
66; S Withers 3-62), Newton St Cyres 71 (P 
Rendell 5-29). Tiverton (22 points) beat 
Newton SC (three) by 211 runs. 

2nd XI Premier Division 

Heathcoat 152 (W Thompson 61, J Davis 
28; I Taylor 2-25, S Butler 2-25), Exmouth 
153-7 (N Bolt 35, M Collinge 28,1 Taylor 25; 
WThompson 3-29, S Venn 4-28). Exmouth 
(19 points) beat Heathcoat (six) by three 
wickets. 

North Devon 169 (KC Elliott 52, J Hockin 
35; A Mead 2-21, J Tipper 

6-26), Exeter 172-6 (R Fern 54, B Searle 
71 no; KC Elliott 2-13). Exeter (22 points) 
beat North Devon (six) by four wickets. 

Plympton 147 (0 Gannon 33,T Rossouw 
31; T Williamson 3-35, T Gidney 3-25), 
Sandford 148-2 (S Hawkins 56no, A Baker 
27). Sandford (20 points) beat Plympton 
(three) by eight wickets. 

Plymouth 219-7 (A Hill 77, H Kerton 49, 
extras 30, S Luffman 27; M Pedley 2-30, T 
Ward 2-48), Paignton 156 (P Taylor 82, M 
Gill 5-14, J Hale 4-37). Plymouth (20 
points) beat Paignton (six) by 63 runs. 

Sidmouth 204-9 (M Hewer 46, A Dibble 
42; A deYoung 3-34, B Roberts 2-33, J 
Bishop 2-23), Bovey Tracey 167-9 (J 
Christophers 39, B Roberts 30; M Dalton 

3- 22). Sidmouth (18 points) beat Bovey 
(seven) by 37 runs. 

2nd XI Division A 

Barton 197 (S Lewis 43, D Calland 42, I 
Jarman 24; AThurgate 4-29), Ottery 195- 
9 (A Clements 84; N Baines 2-25, P Gartrell 
2-29, K Rabbani 2-24). Barton (18 points) 
beat Ottery (nine) by two runs. 

Cornwood 247-2 dec (J Horgan 39, D 
Boase 129no, A Richards 48), Bradninch 64 
(B Jones 23; M Petherbridge 5-8, R Dart 5- 
11). Cornwood (22 points) beat Bradninch 
(one) by 183 runs. 

Ipplepen 222-6 (T Cooper 45, S Tapley 
45, S Harris 53no), Hatherleigh 167 (N 
Leahy 29, R Chapman 29; A Boon 3-24, H 
Lewis 2-26). Ipplepen (20 points) beat 
Hatherleigh (six) by 55 runs. 

Plymouth 91 (J Cunningham 21, S Knap- 
man 15; J Marley 2-7; Lloyd White 2-22; 
Sean Mills 2-7), Budleigh XI 94-1 (L White 
35o,J Sharkey 31 no). Budleigh (22 points) 
beat Plymouth (nil) by nine wickets. 

Plymstock 159-9 (S Mansfield 43, D Dyer 
22), Chudleigh 150-9 (D Dyer 3-19). Plym¬ 
stock (17 points) beat Chudleigh (seven) 
by nine runs. 


2nd XI Division B 

Abbotskerswell 300-5 (M Green 95, P 
Mitchell 85no, C Mitchell 62; F Adams 2- 
58), Cornwood 223 (M Cooksley 70, B 
Nicholls 31, G Jones 30; S Green 4-37, 0 
Penrice 3-48). Abbotskerswell (20 points) 
beat Cornwood (seven) by 77 runs. 

Alphington 101 (L Rowe 32, T Collier 15; 
D Risk 4-23, J Taylor 2-20), Exeter 102-1 (C 
Evans 48, J Hurrell 36no). Exeter (22 
points) beat Alphington (one) by nine 
wickets. 

Plymouth CS&R 54, Brixham 55-2. Brix¬ 
ham (22 points) beat Plymouth CS&R 
(one) by eight wickets. 

Sidmouth 284-3 (R Powell 63, D Lines 
87no, A Chilcott 33no), Thorverton 63 (B 
Robson 5-21,TSeldon 3-2). Sidmouth (22 
points) beat Thorverton (one) by 221 runs. 

Tavistock 171 (AGauler35,S Willetts 21, 
C Worth 37, M Anderson 27; C Vander¬ 
burgh 2-39, E Holmes 2-23, T Latham 3- 
22), Braunton 121 (J Coles 26. M Hopkins 
3-18, S Willetts 3-30, C Worth 2-9). Tavis¬ 
tock (18 points) beat Braunton (six) by 50 
runs. 

2nd XI Division C 

Axminster 135 (J Whetlor 42, A Rockett 29 
R Beaumont 3-22, M Ellis 3-8), South 
Devon 136-3 (I Shepherd 51 no, R Beau¬ 
mont 29 D Fuzzard 3-35). South Devon (22 
points) beat Axminster (three) by seven 
wickets. 

Bideford 233 (A Webbe 60, A Wood 54, P 
Stevens 34, S Pettit 3-28, R Batagodage 3- 
46), Clyst Hydon 162 (SThevaraj 29, M Fitt 
26, S Holmes 25, P Earnshaw 24; T Farnell 
3-26). Bideford (20 points) beat Clyst 
(eight) by 71 runs. 

Kingsbridge 261 -5 (D Hardy 82, C Clarke 
61 o, extras 47; C Holm 2-46, M Jarvis 2-60), 
Barnstaple & Pilton 253 (J Russell 81, C 
Holm 48; D Hardy 3-18, F Ford 2-33). 
Kingsbridge (20 points) beat B&P (seven) 
by eight runs. 

Stoke Gabriel 105 (K Horsburgh 41, S 
Yates 23, P Veale 3-10, A Huxtable 2-13, C 
Greenhouse 2-3), Ivybridge 107-4 (D 
Solomon 34, N Lancaster 19no, K Hors¬ 
burgh 2-34). Ivybridge (21 points) beat 
Stoke (two) by six wickets. 

Yelverton 170-8 (M Symes 72, C Cottrell 
20, B Spear 20no; S Singh 5-15), Torquay 
172-0 (T Western 96no, T Francis 53). 
Torquay (21 points) beat Yelverton (three) 
by ten wickets. 

2nd XI Division D (E) 

Halberton & SP 146 (A Hills 48, B Chilcott 
26;TTucker 3-14, B Goodier 3-14, S Good- 
ier 2-15, J Thomas 2-33) Seaton 149-3 (W 
Mudd 79no, D Turner 46no; L Broomfield 
2-23) Seaton (22 points) beat Halberton & 
SP (three) by seven wickets. 

Honiton 161 (J.Hext54; A.Rattenbury 2- 
18, D.Holmes 2-47) Uplyme & Lyme Regis 
162-9. ( LThomas 47, W.Holmes 29, 
R.Holmes 29; C.Conway 3-35, B.Paverly 2- 
31) Uplyme & Lyme Regis (18 points) beat 
Honiton (seven) by one wicket. 

Kentisbeare 145 (E Halse 47; P Singh 3- 
35), Countess Wear 147-6 (M Bovey 50; J 
Parkin 3-18). Countess Wear (19 points) 
beat Kentisbeare (five) by four wickets. 

Shobrooke Park 205-8 (C Ford 58, 

M Blakeney 31, J Goodman 22; J Tatter- 
shall 3-40, D Lavender 2-41) Kilmington 
169-7 (L Baker 52, M Beviss 30, G Watts 26; 
M Blakeney 3-41, M Goodman 2-29). 
Shobrooke Park (18 points) beat Kilming¬ 
ton (seven) by 36 runs. 

Whimple 102 (D Van Grudgings 19, C 
Kidd 19; S O'Brien 4-32, F Biederman 3-14) 
North Devon 107-5 (J Green 45, J Hussell 
29no; J Bardot 3-10) North Devon (20 
points) beat Whimple (three) by five wick¬ 
ets. 

2nd XI Division E (E) 

Cullompton 184-9 (T Mortiboys 59, J 
Teape 34; R Simpson 3-25, J Khan 3-45, Eva 
Lloyd 2-22) Thorverton 187-7 (G Say 47, R 
Lloyd 26, J Khan 32; M Pavia 3-37, M Web¬ 


ster 2-15) Thorverton (21 points) beat Cul¬ 
lompton (seven) by three wickets. 

Exmouth 243-4 (D Grant 82, E Hurley 
73no, M Davies 31 no, J Page 23; C Robison 
2-39) Topsham St James 108 (M Tracey 18; 
M Wright 4-14, B Schaufler 2-19, T Hurley 
2-29). Exmouth (20 points) beat Top¬ 
sham St James (three) by 135 runs. 

Kenn 246-4 (K Hughes 31, J Gosling 71, 
P Boot 48, D Wride 71 no; M Priddle 3-30) 
Exwick 148 (J Stroulger24,T Cox 22, L Cox 
22; J Gosling 2-18, H Passmore 4-22, J 
Elson 2-26). Kenn (20 points) beat Exwick 
(four) by 98 runs. 

Ottery St Mary 119 (R Kigzinger 30; C 
Shelley4-17, W Cowley 3-17) Feniton 124- 
2 (M Salter 64no, G Tucker 23). Feniton (22 
points) beat Ottery St Mary (two) by eight 
wickets. 

Upottery 307-5 (J Kennard 109 no, D 
Woolacott 77, S Drew 33; R Yewdell 3-78) 
Filleigh 246-9 (K Jerrett 49, Milly Squire 
38no; B Inglis 3-54, D Prettyjohn 2-34). 
Upottery (19 points) beat Filleigh (seven) 
by 61 runs. 

FIXTURES 

TODAY (Tuesday) - Minor Counies Cham¬ 
pionship (Day three of three): Devon v 
Cheshire (at Sidmouth - 11 am). 

SATURDAY 

Francis Clark Devon League Premier 
Division: Bovey Tracey v Exmouth, Corn- 
wood V Sidmouth, Heathcoat v Exeter, 
North Devon v Torquay, and Plymouth v 
Sandford. 

A Division: Barton v Lewdown, Brixham v 
Paignton, Budleigh v Chudleigh, Hather¬ 
leigh V Bradninch, and Plympton v Ab¬ 
botskerswell. 

B Division: Braunton v Barnstaple, Plym¬ 
stock V Tavistock, Shobrooke Park v Ivy¬ 
bridge, Stoke Gabriel v Bideford, and 
Thorverton v Axminster. 

C Division: Chagford v Plymouth CS & 

Roborough, Clyst Hydon v 

Ipplepen, Kingsbridge v Ottery St Mary, 

Shaldon Optimists v Dartington &Totnes, 

and South Devon v 

Alphington. 

D Division: Babbacombe v Uplyme & Lyme 
Regis, Clyst St George v Filleigh, Feniton v 
Ashburton, Honiton v Seaton, and Yelver¬ 
ton V Whitchurch. 

E Division: Bridestowe v Kenn, Cullompton 
vTopsham St James, 

Halberton & SP v Whimple, Kentisbeare v 
Kilmington, and Kingskerswell v Countess 
Wear. 

F Division: Buckland v Lifton, Chelston v 
Newton St C, Culmstock v Cheriton F, 
Exwick V Chardstock, Upottery v Wood¬ 
bury; Tiverton, bye. 

2nd XI Premier Division: Exeter v Heath¬ 
coat, Exmouth V BoveyTracey, Paignton v 
North Devon, Sandford v Plymouth, and 
Sidmouth v Plympton. 

2nd XI A Division: Bradninch v Hather¬ 
leigh, Chudleigh v Budleigh Salterton, Ip¬ 
plepen V Plymstock, Ottery St Mary v 
Cornwood, and Plymouth v Barton. 

2nd XI B Division: Abbotskerswell v 
Thorverton, Alphington v Cornwood, Ply¬ 
mouth CS V Exeter, Sidmouth v Braunton, 
and Tavistock v Brixham. 

2nd XI C Division: Axminster v Kings¬ 
bridge, Barnstaple & Pilton v Yelverton, 
Bideford v Stoke Gabriel, Ivybridge v 
South Devon, and Torquay v Clyst Hydon. 
2nd XI D Division East: Countess Wear v 
North Devon, Kilmington v Kentisbeare, 
Seaton v Honiton, Uplyme & Lyme Regis v 
Shobrooke Park, and Whimple v Halber¬ 
ton & SP. 

2nd XI Division West: BAshburton v Bovey 
Tracey, Cornwood v Chagford, Dartington 
&Totnes v Paignton, Lewdown v Babba¬ 
combe, and Plympton v Clyst St George. 
2nd XI E Division East: Filleigh v Exwick, 
Kenn v Exmouth, Ottery St Mary v Upot¬ 
tery, Thorverton v Feniton, and Topsham 
St James v Cullompton. 



















PULMAN’S VIEW SPORT 


Tuesday July 8 2014 


swimming chard & district club BY Hannah Pullinger 

Top four finishes for trio in open water meet 


THIRTY one Chard swimmers aged nine to 17- 
years-old entered the Annual Clevedon & 
Chard Open Meet - now in its seventh year - 
held at Weston Super Mare on 22nd June. 

Many swimmers turned in excellent all-round 
performances in the events they entered, and two 
achieved Top Boy or Girl Awards for their age. 

Awards went to Cole Dickinson in the nine-year 
boys age group, Henry Taswell in the 13-year boys 
age group and lain Ross in the 14-year boys age 
group. 

Special mention also goes to nine-year-olds 
Caitlin Sloman, Grace Lambert and Jevan Hampton 
Rumbold who were swimming in their first ever 
open meet; Caitlin won a silver medal in 50m but¬ 
terfly, and a top eight medal in 50m freestyle, Grace 
won bronze in the 50m freestyle and top eight 
medals on 50m breaststroke and 50m butterfly, and 
Jevan won a top eight medal in the 50m freestyle. 

Top three positions were achieved by: 

Paul Harrison 15, 100m & 200m freestyle, 100m 
backstroke, 200m Individual Medley 

Jay Kindred 16,100 & 200m breaststroke 

Lewis Pearson 14, 100m butterfly, 100m back- 
stroke, 100 & 200m freestyle, 200m Individual Med¬ 
ley 

lain Ross 14, 100 & 200m butterfly, 100m breast¬ 


stroke, 100 & 200m freestyle, 200m Individual Med¬ 
ley 

Susan Ross 14, 100 & 200m freestyle, 100m but¬ 
terfly, 100m backstroke 
Leo Kindred 13,100 & 200m breaststroke 
Henry Taswell 13,100 & 200m freestyle, 200m In¬ 
dividual Medley, 100 & 200m backstroke. 

Joss Copeman 12,100 & 200m butterfly, 200m In¬ 
dividual Medley, 100& 200m freestyle, 100m back- 
stroke, 100m breaststroke 
Simon Davis 12, 100 & 200m breaststroke, 100 & 
200m backstroke, 100m freestyle 
Xanthe Dyer 12, 100 & 200m breaststroke, 200m 
Individual Medley, 

Megan Herbert 12,100m breaststroke 
Harriet Copeman 10,50m freestyle 
Louis Rood 10, 50m butterfly, 50m freestyle, 50m 
backstroke 

Millie Downes 10,50m breaststroke, 200m breast¬ 
stroke, 200m Individual Medley 
Jamie Porter 10,50m freestyle 
Cole Dickinson 9, 50m freestyle, 50m butterfly, 
50m backstroke, 200m butterfly, 200m freestyle 
Caitlin Sloman 9, 50m butterfly 
Grace Lambert 9,50m freestyle 
Other swimmers who competed, many gaining 
top eight medal positions and personal best times 


were: Grace Haskins 14, Moli Riley 13, Oliver Bright 
12, Sam Platten 12, Oliver Parry-Leyshon 12, Helen 
Underwood 12, Imogen Waterhouse 11, Ben Webb 
11, Briana Barrand 10, Jacob Hale 10, Abbie Herbert 
10, Mia Huntley 10, Jevan Hampton Rumbold 9. 

Three members of Chard and District Swimming 
Club also competed in the South West Open Water 
Swimming Championships held at Preston beach, 
Weymouth recently. 

Henry Taswell and Ben Greenslade swimming in 
the 13/14 years category took Gold and Silver re¬ 
spectively for Somerset in the 1500 metres whilst 
16-year-old Lauren van den Barselaar finished a 
creditable 4th in the girls 15-18 years category, 
improving on her 2013 time by three minutes. 

The Championships were made up of various 
race distances from 750 metres right up to the 
gruelling lOKm all held under FINA (The Inter¬ 
national Swimming Federation) rules which 
does not permit the wearing of wetsuits. 

Conditions were however perfect for the 
Chard trio with light winds and a sea tempera¬ 
ture of just over 17 degrees. 

For more information about Chard & District 
Swimming Club visit their web-site chardswim- 
ming.org.uk 



♦ SEA SWIM: Henry Taswell, Lauren van den 
Barselaar and Ben Greenslade who com- j 
t peted in the Open water Championship at I 
L Weymouth j 


running axe valley runners and honiton running club 

Ross rules hills of Charmouth Challenge 


HONITON RUNNING CLUB 

with Judy Davey 

THERE was a huge turnout for Honiton Run¬ 
ning Club's Woodland Relay last Wednesday 
at Core Copse on a perfect evening for run¬ 
ning. 

Honiton had about 60 adult members run¬ 
ning and another 20 Juniors taking part. 
Honiton were joined by Axe Valley Runners, 
The Met Office, N1 Tri Club, Exmouth and Sid- 
mouth Running Clubs. The three adults in 
each team ran a leg each of just under IVi 
miles before tagging their next team mate. 

The first team back overall was Axe Valley 
Runners'Young Uns'consisting of Chris Keefe, 
Matt Clist and Liam Roberts in a time of 42 
minutes seven seconds. 

Honiton had the winning mixed team 
which was made up of Suzanne Spiller, Ben 
Stone and Ian Stewart. They finished in 46:32. 
Honiton also took the vets prize made up of 
Steve Davey, Rod Inglis and Richard Harris. 

They finished in 50:30 and AVR had another 
success with their ladies'team which finished 
in 50:57 and was made up of Amy Green- 
halgh, Robin Carter and Eleanor Wood. 

The junior teams ran a shorter distance of 


approximately one mile each and this race 
was won by AVR's Bobbie, Ollie and lain in a 
time of 33:36. Honiton's girls won their cate¬ 
gory finishing in 39:38 with the team made 
up of Flo Swan, Morgan and Sasha Davy. 

Five Honiton runners went to Charmouth 
last Saturday to take part in the Charmouth 
Challenge organised by Charmouth Primary 
School. 

The race is the most southerly fell race in 
the country and includes two steep and long 
climbs. 

The first is within the first mile climbing the 
infamous Stone Barrow Lane and later on in 
the race runners climb up Golden Cap, the 
highest point on the South Coast at 191 m. It's 
all worthwhile though as racers are treated to 
the breathtaking views of the Jurassic Coast. 

The winner was Michael Robinson ofTamar 
Trotters in the amazing time of 52:09. Honi¬ 
ton's Steve Davey and Alasdair Moffett thor¬ 
oughly enjoyed racing each other spending 
much of the race vying to be in front of the 
other. T 

he finish line saw Steve as the victor of this 
battle; he came 45th in 1:09:32 with Alasdair 
one place and 21 seconds behind. 


Howard Bidmead had a much better race 
than last year coming 77th in 1:16:33 whilst 
Judy Davey put all her efforts into climbing 
the first hill and suffered as a result. She 
fought the urge to stop several times but did 
walk a lot more than she usually would. She 
finished 117th in 1:21:21 and couldn't wait to 
sit down at the finish. 

There were 234 finishers, lain Ross is too 
young to take part in the full Challenge so 
had to settle for the fun run of 1.8 miles. He 
showed them how it was done though and 
stormed home to win the race in 10:48 which 
is a huge achievement with 140 runners be¬ 
hind him. 

AXE VALLEY RUNNERS 

with Dave Mutter 

AVR had some good results in last Wednes¬ 
day's WOODLAND RELAY, a 3x2.5-mile off¬ 
road match between nearly 50 teams from 
local clubs. 

AVR Young 'Uns (Chris Keeffe, Matt Clist and 
Liam Roberts) were first overall in 42:07, AVR 
Girlies (Amy Greenhaigh, Eleanor Wood and 
Robin Carter) were first ladies in 50:57, and 
AVR 1337 (Bobbie Simpson, Ollie Caute and 


lain Ross) first juniors in 33:36 (shorter 
course). 

AVR Old 'Uns (Garry Perratt, Robin Britton 
and James Jackson) were 6th, 48:10; AVR 
Mixed (Phil Bayliss, Alan Morbey and Amy 
Greenhaigh) 13th, 51:32; AVR Juniors (Will 
Sachaleaze, Chris Watson & Will Watson) took 
54:07 on the senior course. 

The 2014 CHARMOUTH CHALLENGE was 
held on Saturday and is categorised as the 
most southerly fell race in England. 

The eight-mile course goes through breath¬ 
taking coastal scenery and includes an ascent 
of Golden Cap, the highest point on the south 
coast of England. 

Despite the hot and humid conditions 234 
entrants completed the race which was won 
by Tamar Trotter Michael Robinson in 52:09. 

First back for Axe Valley Runners was Tim 
Lenton, 4th in 55:24 (first male vet 40-I-). Mar¬ 
tin Lascelles was 17th, 1:02:03 (first male vet 
50-I-) closely followed by Lin Lascelles 22nd, 
1:03:09 (second lady finisher). 

Phil Bayliss was 27th, 1:04:40 (first male vet 
60-I-) Chris Keefe 31st, 1:06:50, John Black- 
ledge 40th,l :09:02, Neil Vincent 44th ,1:09:29, 
followed by Eleanor Wood 47th 1:09:58 (first 


female vet 50-I-). Next in was Robin Britton 
51 St, 1:11:00 then Nick Adams 89th, 1:18:12, 
Steve Reynolds 101st, 1:19:39 just ahead of 
Alan Morbey 102nd 1:19:47. 

Margaret Pearce was 121st 1:21:11, Ian 
Clements 122nd 1:22:11, Angela Kerr 217th 
1:48:47, Martin Kerr 221 st 1:49:48 and, in his 
first appearance for the club, Gary Readings 
was 222nd in 1:50:41. 

The AVR Juniors put in a fine performance 
in the tough 1.8 mile fun run. 

The course winds up the steep Stonebar- 
row Hill, cuts across a field then all the way 
back to the primary school. 

The winner, in 10:48, was lain Ross of Honi¬ 
ton Running Club, who is also a member of 
AVR. He was closely followed by four other 
AVR boys. 

In 2nd place Ollie Caute, 11:07, who won 
the 1 St boy Year 9 trophy; 3rd Bobby Simp¬ 
son, 11:19; 4th William Blackledge, 11:44 and 
in 5th place Arun Hawkes, 12:05, who won 
the 1 St boy in Year 8 trophy. 

William Watson was 13th in 13:31 chased by 
his brother, Chris, 30th in 14:56. Imogen Wa¬ 
terhouse, the only girl running for AVR fin¬ 
ished well in 15:56. 


Lambert's Castle sweep 



the board at Area Horse Trials 


THE Lambert's Castle Riding Club rid¬ 
ers won at all four levels and three of 
the four senior team events at the re¬ 
cent Area 12 Horse Trials held at Bic- 
ton Arena on 29th June. 

Jane Rogers and Kate Jupp did es¬ 
pecially well by both winning two 
classes each, Jane was riding Cor- 
rieview Merlin Magic and Corrieview 
Brynn both horses Jane has bred and 
trained herself, Kate riding Carry On 
Regardless was also a horse she bred 
and trained herself which made their 
successes even more fantastic. The 
teams won the 80cm, 90cm and 1 m-F 
team events. 

The open team competing at 1m-F 
level won both the area qualifier class 
and the Area 12 Championship by a 
huge margin. 

The team members were: Kate Jupp 
on Carry On Regardless, Georgina 
Ewell: Zoretto, Becki Churchill: Be 
Brief and Olivia Benger: Farney River. 
Kate won the class with Georgina 
Ewell coming a close 3rd, Becki was 


8th and Olivia 9th. The team has 
qualified for the riding club champi¬ 
onships which are held nr Banbury 
1st - 3rd August. 

In the 1m class Jane Rogers riding 
Corrieview Merlin Magic won as an 
individual, the team came 3rd, So¬ 
phie Benger, Steph Bere and Victoria 
Rickcord. 

The 90cm class was won again by 
Jane Rogers this time riding Cor¬ 
rieview Brynn, Jane also took the best 
overall score award. 

The team won the Area 12 Champi¬ 
onship and area qualifier team event, 
this has qualified them for the riding 
club championships as well, the team 
members were: Jane Rogers, Fiona 
Benger: Killarney, Olivia Benger: 
Quigley and Emily Wiegersma on 
Lenamore Sola da Cruise. Fiona was 
placed 3rd and Olivia 8th. Fran Sum¬ 
mers came 5th in her section. 

The 80cm team of Beci Brown on 
Quizzical, Holly Wells: Fairfield Fly 
Boy, Pippa Wyatt: Sidney and Alice 


Wyatt: Daisy won their team event for 
the Area 12 championships, with 
Kate Jupp riding Top Ticket winning 
the class and Alice coming 2nd, Holly 
6th and Pippa 7th. 

The juniors representing the club 
had a good day with Sara Wright on 
Mango coming 4th in the 90cm class, 
Georgina Ewell on Phil 7th and with 
her sister Henrietta the team came 
3rd. 

In the 80cm class Henrietta Ewell on 
Molly came 3rd, Indie Hansford on 
Billy 4th and Albert Steele on Faddie 
7th. 

This was an incredible achievement 
for the club especially as Lamberts 
Castle is one of the smallest clubs in 
Area 12. The area 12 Horse Trials at 
Bicton was very well run by the Sid & 
Otter Riding club. 

The club will be sending two teams 
and Jane as an individual to repre¬ 
sent Lamberts Castle at the Champi¬ 
onships in August, the club would 
like to wish them luck. 

















PULMAN’S VIEW SPORT 


skittles axminster 


SUMMER LEAGUE 
Week 9 

Axe Inn B 333 (Sally Gage 
66) Red Lion B 302 (A 
Thomas 58); Cloakham 398 
(J Crabbe 79) Lamb A 430 
(Jo Flint, D Jones 87); New 
Inn 339 (D Hodder 67) Con 
Club 290 (A Herbert 56); 
Red Lion A 400 (W Phillips 


79) Axe Inn A 393 (P Mar- 
getts 74). 

PId Pts 


Red Lion A.9 14 

Lamb A.9 14 

Axe Inn A.9 10 

New Inn.9 10 

Axe Inn B.9 8 

Red Lion B.9 8 

Cloakham.9 6 

Con Club.9 2 


darts round up 


NAGS HEAD SINGLES 


Current Table 

P 

+/- 

Pts 

Graham Knight. 

...17 

51 

30 

Mark Fisher. 

...17 

46 

30 

Terry Prowse. 

...16 

35 

27 

Wayne Doble. 

...17 

22 

25 

Ed Coutes. 

...17 

16 

23 

Wayne Singleton.. 

...17 

14 

21 

Ryan Cross. 

...17 

12 

21 

Beckie Dedman.... 

...18 

5 

20 

Tony Young. 

...17 

6 

19 


AXMINSTER 
Results, July 1st 
Division One: Axminster 
Inn 0-10 Tons of Bull, Red 
Lion A 6-4 Vault C, Vault B 9- 
1 PJs Seaton A, Thorncombe 
A 6-4 Vault A. 



PId 

Pts 

Red Lion. 

.8 

55 

Tons of Bull. 

.7 

54 

Vault B. 

.7 

43 

Thorncombe. 

.7 

35 

Axminster Inn... 

.8 

30 

Vault. 

.5 

27 

Vault C. 

.8 

24 

PJs Seaton. 

.8 

22 


Ray Powell. 

MervWackley. 

RobMillward. 

...15 16 
...16 3 

17 -11 

19 

15 

14 

Mark Barnett. 

14 -3 

13 

Tom Bond 

17 -17 

13 

Mark Bradley. 

18 -29 

10 

Martin Herbert. 

...16 -22 

9 

Moses Holbrook... 

...16 -25 

8 

Lisa Prowse. 

17 -38 

5 

Ben Coath 

16 -35 

5 

Dave Swift 

17 -46 

5 

Division Two 



Con Club 6-4 Red Necks 



Con Club. 

PId 

.7 

Pts 

47 

DP. 

.6 

42 

Thorncombe B. 

.5 

27 

PJs B. 

.5 

26 

Red Necks. 

.3 

21 

Lamb Shanks.... 

.5 

20 

Hook & Parrot... 

.6 

15 

Red Bulls. 

.5 

13 


^ Notice to Captains: 

Would all captains please 
make sure that they put the 
fixture date and players full 
names on result cards. 


boules axe valley 


LAST week saw the Finals 
night of the Singles and 
Pairs competitions held at 
The Kingfisher, Colyton. 

Congratulations go to our 
champions Graham Hayball 
of The Lamb (mutton), win¬ 
ner of a very tight Singles 
competition, and to Tim All- 
sopp and Steve Pomeroy 
(Golden Hind B), victors in 
the Pairs. 

SINGLES Results: 

Quarter-Finals: Graham 

Hayball (Lamb mutton) 9 
Gerard Wood (Golden Hind 
B) 8; John Crowe (Ship¬ 
wrecked) 9 Kim Tozer (Kings 
Arms A) 8; John Furber 
(Seaton FC A) w/o Mike 
Crooks (Kings Cavaliers) scr; 


Alan Kenworthy (Axe Cliff B) 
9 Tom Cook (Kings & 
Queens) 3. 

Semi-Finals: Graham Hay¬ 
ball 9 John Crowe 8; John 
Furber 9 Alan Kenworthy 8. 
Final: Graham Hayball 9 
John Furber 3. 

PAIRS Results: 

Semi-Finals: Golden Hind B 
9 Kingfisher Rebels 7; Axe 
Cliff B 9 Beer Club 7. 

Final: Golden Hind B (Tim 
Allsopp & Steve Pomeroy) 9 
Axe Cliff B (Mark Ward & 
Jack Ward) 3. 

LEAGUE Division 2: Seaton 
Town FC A 3 Kingfisher 
Rebels 2; Kingfisher Four- 
play 2 Lamb (mutton) 3. 


football pre-season news 

Rise drop confirmed 

HAVING finished in the bottom two of the Perry 
Street & District League Premier Division last season 
Millwey Rise PC's place in Division One was con¬ 
firmed last week writes Howard Larcombe. 

Rise will have had one eye on a possible reprieve 
with both Lyme Regis and llminster Town Reserves 
both heading off into the Devon & Exeter League and 
vacating their positions. 

But these hopes were dashed and the team, now 
under former Reserve team manager Simon Flint will 
line-up alongside; Barrington, Chard United, Farway 
United, Forton Rangers, Luso-Chard, Lyme Regis Ban¬ 
tams, Netherbury, Perry Street Reserves, Pymore and 
Winsham United. 


cribbage axminster 


RESULTS-June 30th 

Axminster Inn 1 Beer Club 
3, Axminster Con Club 0 
Old Inn Kilmington 4, 
Lamb Swans 2 New Inn 
Kilmington 2. 

Beer League 

Axminster Inn 5 Beer Club 
1, Axminster Con Club 4 

Week 9 PId Pts 

Old Inn Kilmington.9 20 

Axminster Con Club.9 19 

Beer Club.9 18 

Lamb Swans 9 18 

New Inn Kilmington.8 16 

Axminster Inn 8 13 


Old Inn Kilmington 2, 
Lamb Swans 4 New Inn 
Kilmington 2. 

Fixtures-July 7th 

Losers cup Final 
Axminster Con Club v 
Beer Club 

(at Axminster Con Club - 
7.30pm start). 

Tony Rocket Beer Lge Pd Pts 

Old Inn Kilmington.9 30 

Axminster Inn.8 30 

Axminster Con Club.9 26 

New Inn Kilmington.8 25 

Lamb Swans.9 23 

Beer Club.9 22 


Tuesday July 8 2014 


jack high news from around the local bowls clubs 

Chardstock through to final 


FENITON with Roger Smith 

DESPITE winning their two home rinks Feniton lost overall 72- 
88 to SEATON in their CountyTrophy match. 

The winning rinks were; D Sanders, S Goodenough, R Cooke 
and P Spreadbury 23-18 and E Cox, I Veitch, A Evans and a Kury 
22 - 20 . 

There was better news in the over 60s triples league with 
both teams winning. 

The A team defeated title challengers and local rivals OTTERY 
ST MARY 35-33 in a close match. The winning rink was; M 
Evans, A Smith and R Smith 23-9. 

Meanwhile, the B team comfortably defeated Bradninch A 
50-19. The winning rinks were; L Crook, L Ley and R Clarke 27- 
3 and T Young, C Maynard and D Evans 23-16. 

The ladies started the week well with a convincing 54-19 win 
against local rivals OTTERY ST MARY in the NBTL.The winning 
rinks were; G Blackmore, D Phillips and R Veitch 30-10 and G 
North, J Smith and A Coyne 24-9. 

However, they narrowly lost 33-38 to Topsham in the NBTL 
with one rink being tied. 

In their EDL match against HONITON they narrowly lost 38- 
39. The winning rink was G Blackmore, J Evans, D Phillips and 
R Veitch 24-12. 

The weekend was taken up with the finals of the MENS AND 
LADIES HANDICAP COMPETITIONS. 

In the ladies final Judy Smith defeated Ruth Clarke in a closely 
contested match by 22-18. 

In the men's final David Evans defeated Robin Cooke 26-14. 
SEATON with Linda Stone 

THE week began with a home friendly against TIVERTON. 
Seaton won 98-50. The top rink was Ruby Grigg, Ray Thomp¬ 
son and Jeremy Allison. 

The ladies played an over 50s triples league match away at 
TOPSHAM. After a close fought match Seaton lost by just three 
shots, 33-36. Seaton's top rink was Sheila Pike, Pat Whitworth 
and Marian Vessey. 

The first day of July saw Seaton taking on FENITON in the 
CountyTrophy competition - two rinks at home and two rinks 
away. The final score was Seaton 88 Feniton 72. Top rink was 
Peter Newton, Richard Whitworth, Alan Wood and LesTooze. 

On Wednesday, Seaton A entertained HEAVITREE C in an over 
60sTriples League fixture and managed to cling on to their un¬ 
beaten record this season, but only just. 

Heavitree put up a resolute display but were beaten overall 
by three shots (36-33). The Seaton A top triple was Peter New¬ 
ton, Ron Rowley and LesTooze. 

The Seaton B team played ST.THOMAS at home, winning on 
both rinks, top triple was Norman Stone, Doug Hislop and Je¬ 
remy Allison, while Seaton C team were due to play Pinces D, 
however they were unable to get a team together so Seaton C 
were given the match. 

A very close fought game with all players playing to a high 
standard took place at CHARD on Thursday. Seaton won 63 
shots to 49. Seaton's top rink was Ian Manchester, Hazel Smith 
and Pat Whitworth. 

The section final of the Foxiands was played on Thursday 
evening against MADEIRA. Seaton losing by just one shot over¬ 
all.The home team holding Madeira to a 17-17, draw while the 
away rink lost by just one shot 18-19. 

The last game of the week was a friendly against CLARENCE 
PARK. Seaton coming out on top, winning 119-106. Seaton's 
top rink was Lilian Hurley-Smith, Ray Thompson, Bob Scull and 
Malcolm Carvell. 

CHARDSTOCK with Gordon Bodily 

ON Wednesday, June 25th the mens over 60s A team were 
away to AXMINSTER, scores: Ken Warren, Albert Day, Ken 
Wakelin 13 D Looskan 18. John Porter, Mar Toms, Norman 
Denslow21 L Clark 16. Final score Axminster 34 Chardstock 34. 

On the same day the mens over 60s B team were home to ST 
THOMAS C, scores: Brian Howard, John Rolph, Jim Tucker 18 N 
Aitkin 19. Wallace Kerr, Marshal Davenport, Terry Dredge 30 R 
Dawe 6. Final score: Chardstock 48 St Thomas 25. 

On Thursday, June 26th 11 members of the mens section 
played a Top Club Semi-final against FENITON BC winning by 
1 shot overall and will now play Madeira BC in the final, scores: 
B Hill, J Tucker, J Porter 15 P Spreadbury 19. M Toms 21, D Evans 
16, R McDonald 21, J Skinner. P Compton, D Eldridge, W Kerr, 
N Denslow won 19-10. A Dredge &T Dredge 11 K Lovering 22. 
Final score: Feniton 86 Chardstock 87. 

On Saturday, June 28th our visitors were OTTERY ST MARY 
BC to play a mixed friendly, scores: L Liddle, P Compton, A Day 
14T House 15. Jeanette Porter, A Callagan, K Wakelin 11 J Ward 
20. Cynthia Bradford, D Eldridge, J Tucker 10 B Baker 16. R 
Wines, J Milford, Sheila Jeffery 15 M Phillips 17. Phylis Baldwin, 
B Hill, J Porter 16 S Hall 18. Final score: Chardstock 66 Ottery St 



♦ JO Sarton in action in Ottery St Mary's BC's 
President's Day. 


Mary 86. 

Finally, on Monday June 30th nine members of the Ladies 
section went SIDMOUTH BC to play a three rink friendly, scores; 
Phylis Baldwin, Ann Dredge, Sue Dando 17 Z Johnson 20. 
Jeanette Porter, Cynthia Bradford, Barbara Sluman 20 V New¬ 
man 19. Gill Campbell, Ann Sebright, Doris Emery 15 J Bishop 
18. Final score: Sidmouth 57. Chardstock 52. 

OTTERY ST MARY with Mike Smith 

MEMBERS celebrated their PRESIDENT'S DAY on Sunday. 

Current Club President Michael Potter got the proceedings 
off to fine start with a bottle of champagne to the player near¬ 
est the jack in the "Spider" competition, this was duly won by 
Peter Jones. 

Play then got under way with six rinks enjoying a glorious af¬ 
ternoon's bowling, with a much appreciated 'high tea' halfway 
through the match. 

Meanwhile, the ladies had an overall victory away to PHEAR 
PARK in the NBTL with Ann Howells, Joan Saunders and skip 
Sharon Kenny winning 21-7. 

All three mens over 60s teams suffered defeats this week, the 
A team losing to FENITON A by two shots, the B team losing 
overall to CHAGFORD, and the C team losing overall to TIVER¬ 
TON WEST END D, but with Don Dalton, Ken Dennis and skip 
Brian Bramley achieving a fine win 17-12 and their first points 
ofthe season. 

In a friendly match at home to EXONIA Ottery were the win¬ 
ners 67-60, winning on three rinks and just losing on one. 

Fortunes were reversed in a friendly away to STARCROSS, 
with Ottery just winning on one rink and losing on the other 
three. 

HONITON with Tony Broughton 

THERE have been Hot Shots galore this season - another was 
gained on Sunday when Honiton played a side of triples teams 
from the TAUNTON VIVARY CLUB. 

This time the successful team were June Lee, Stuart Crawford 
and TonyTooley winning 37-7 helping considerably on the way 
to a Honiton overall 107-35 victory. 

The men seem to have got their act together with a four rinks 
win over local rivals SIDMOUTH in the CountyTrophy series. 

There were home wins for Fred Cowey, Scott Eveleigh, Stuart 
Crawford and Kieran Daniels 37-10. Liam Crawford, Tony 
Broughton,TonyTooley and Trevor Pipe 26-21 whilst the away 
rinks were Peter Baker, Denis Hillyear, Ray Gregory and Eddie 
Sharman 26-22. Ken Clarke, Roger Binmore, Mike Smith and 
Malcolm Seaborne 21-16.The final result was Honiton 110 Sid¬ 
mouth 69 and maximum points for Honiton. 

Honiton now stand second in the league table with 59 points 
to Madeira's 75 points. With only one game left to play this is 
the best they can hope for. Madeira have dominated Devon's 
Section 3 bowling for some years with a huge core of top class 
players to call upon. 

Norman Brimson got some revenge for Sidmouth when he 
and his wife Jean, accompanied by Ray Hart and Susie Bonnell 
came to Honiton to play for the HOWARD COTTERELL TROPHY 
and won it. 

For this trophy Honiton invite seven other clubs to play 
against seven of their own teams in a round-robin competi¬ 
tion. 


Hawks win at eighth attempt 


UPLOWMAN still hold on to 
the top spot in the Honiton 
Netball League by virtue of 
goal difference and a game in 
hand over Flamingos who are 
in second place. 

Uplowman made it seven 
wins from seven games 
thanks to their comfortable 
73-51 victory over Blackdown 
Ladies a result which sees 
The Ladies drop to the foot of 
the table. 

Flamingos went second 
thanks to their 53-43 win 


over third placed Pixies. 

Sidmouth Toucans have 
had a good two weeks pick¬ 
ing up maximum points to 
climb to 8th in the table.They 
recorded victories against Tip 
Top Trees by 58-54 and JD 
Tyres 61-47. 

Meanwhile, The Tyres suf¬ 
fered another defeat at the 
hands of OPG by 53-41. 

But OPG had mixed for¬ 
tunes and, despite their win 
over Tyres, suffered an upset 
at the hands of Howden 


Hawks, who had lost previ¬ 
ously to Hi Q by 58-38, and 
started the game against 
OPG with seven straight de¬ 
feats. 

However they finally 
gained their first victory - by 
65-53 over OPG, and clam¬ 
bered off the foot of the 
table. 

There are now just three 
weeks fixtures left with can¬ 
celled fixtures, due to wet 
weather, to be played the 
week before the AGM. 


Results: Uplowman 73 Black- 
down Ladies 51, Sidmouth 
Toucans 58 Tip Top Trees 54, 
OPG 53 JD Tyres 41, Hi Q 58 
Howden Hawks 38, OPG 53 
Howden Hawks 65, Sidmouth 
Toucans 61 JD Tyres 47, 
Flamingos 53 Pixies 43. 


Table 

PId 

GD 

Pts 

Uplowman. 

.7 

142 

21 

Flamingos. 

.8 

62 

21 

Pixies. 

9 

13 

19 

OPG... 

8 

16 

18 

Signs South West. 

7 

53 

17 

HiQ.... 

7 

35 

15 

JD Tyres 

8 

-55 

15 

Sidmouth Toucans.. 

.8 

-66 

14 

Tip Top Trees. 

.8 

-38 

12 

Howden Hawks. 

.8 

-60 

10 

Blackdown Ladies... 

.8 

-92 

10 


golf round-up 

First for Phillips 

HONITON with Andy Wagner 

McClydemont Cup 

HOT on the heels of the Club Championship comes an¬ 
other 36 holer, the McClydemont Cup. 

The day looked fair and the course in perfect condition 
for some good scores. And so it proved with the Division 
One's Jake Phillips and John Tierney notching nett 69 and 
68 respectively only to see John Fleetwood fly round with 
an impressive 66. 

All rested and onto round two with Phillips and Tierney 
fighting it out to a standstill, this time with 70 and 71 re¬ 
spectively but Fleetwood fell away with a nett 78. 

The afternoon's sparkling round went to Max Nield with 
another impressive nett 66. 

The overall finishers were; Jake Phillips first 69, 68:139, 
John Tierney 68, 71:139 second with Stan Squire 73, 73: 
146. 

Division Two had Max Nield first 74,66:140, Darren Eng¬ 
land 67,76:140 second and John Fleetwood a respectable 
third with 66, 78:144 making Jake Phillips the overall cup 
winner on countback. 

Tuesday Mixed 

Dl and Phil Wall are the organisers of this month's Tuesday 
Mixed - and for their first competition the format was Rye 
Foursomes Stableford. 

Before teeing off players must decide which of the part¬ 
nership will take the second shot on the odds or even 
numbered holes. 

Twenty six players enjoyed the day with the winning 
score of 37pts on c/b carded by Lesley Farley and Chris 
Poole. 

In 2nd place, having lost on count-back, were Su Calver 
and Paul Ritchie. In 3rd place with 34pts were Linda 
Northover and Stan Squire. 

The prizes were presented by Jackie Seager and Chris 
Poole gave a vote of thanks. 

Ladies Section 

ALTHOUGH the format was the dreaded medal. In Silver 
Division Elizabeth Ward was once again top with net 74 
(c/b). Chris Pearce took 2nd place also with 74 (c/b) and 
Diana Gee was 3rd with net 76. 

In the Bronze One Division Sharon Dacre was in 1 st place 
with a terrific score of net 72. 

Second place went to Linda Northover with net 75, 3rd 
to Linda Blundell with net 76 and 4th to Ann Desmoulins 
with net 77. 

Winner of the Bronze Two Division was Julie Eyies who 
had the best overall score with magnificent net 71 while 
Jan Portlock was 2nd with net 83. 



♦ NATHAN Groves attempts a cut shot during 
Honiton CC's 1st XI's three wicket defeat at Up- 
lyme & Lyme Regis on Saturday. 

Photo by HOWARD LARCOMBE 


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