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Tuesday, October 16 2012 



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District council give gardens 
access all clear despite fears 


A LICENCE for 
access across Windsor 
Gardens is to be 
granted by East Devon 
District Council 
despite concerns from 
Seaton residents. 

At this month’s full town 
council meeting, members 
of the public, chamber of 
commerce, local busi¬ 
nesses and the United Re¬ 
formed Church on Cross 
Street expressed reserva¬ 
tions over the licence. 

The public forum con¬ 
cluded that the licence 
would cause great commo¬ 
tion in the town to both 
traffic and operating busi¬ 
nesses and services. 

Church representatives 
complained that funeral 
services and church occa¬ 
sions would lose dignity 
with noise pollution and 
eye sores from the build¬ 
ing site, whilst Marcus 
Hartnell of the Chamber of 
Commerce supported 
Seaton Town Council stat¬ 
ing that businesses on 
Cross Street were sure to 
suffer. 

Other concerns included 
congestion and noise pol¬ 
lution from traffic, the dif¬ 
ficulty of working vehicles 
and lorries reversing in 
Cross Street, the accuracy 
of Section 106 funds, the 
positioning of site welfare 
huts such as legally re¬ 
quired WCs and wheel 
washing facilities and the 
lack of tangible benefit for 
the town as a whole. 

Financial flaws to the 
plan were also criticised, 


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as in return for the 12- 
month licence across the 
gardens, Milkbere Proper¬ 
ties will be rebuilding a re¬ 
tained wall in the corner of 
the plot. 

Councillors said that this 
is not a balanced agree¬ 
ment and the value of the 
licence is worth more than 
rebuilding of a wall that 
was EDDC’s responsibil¬ 
ity to fix in the first place. 

Despite this, EDDC’s 
Deputy Portfolio Holder 
for the Environment, 
Councillor Phil Twiss, is 
now in agreement with the 
granting of the licence 
now that all reasonable ef¬ 
forts have been made to 
address concerns from in¬ 
terested parties. 

A practical test on Octo¬ 
ber 11th took place to 
prove the viability of 16 
tonne lorries reversing in 
the Cross Street area, amid 
major concerns from the 
town council that this was 
a difficult process for lorry 
drivers to complete. 

EDDC Streetscene man¬ 
ager, Andrew Hancock, 
said: “The test was 
deemed as successful and 
included a ‘margin of 
error’ of 1.5 metres with 
all the parking bays oppo¬ 
site the site fully occupied 
for the period of the test. 

“There were no issues re¬ 
versing on to the point of 
entry into the site. This 
was under the control of 


the banksman, who will be 
present on a full time basis 
on the gate into the site 
once the licence comes 
into force and works 
begin.” 

As the reversing was 
successful, it is difficult 
for EDDC to reject the li¬ 
cence and so finalising 
work will now go ahead 
with the EDDC legal team 
who will issue the licence 
without further delay. 

The work to build 13 
dwellings, an access road, 
parking, turning areas and 
a cycle track is set to take 
12 months to complete and 
the licence for access will 
cover these 12 months 
only, from the date of sign¬ 
ing with the developer. 

Mr Hancock continued: 
“Our engineer Keith Steel 
has met separately with the 
developer and Devon 
County Council to look at 
issues of access across the 
highway, and the devel¬ 
oper is still required to 
gain consents or approval 
from DCC to this affect. 

“The licence that we will 
grant only relates to tem¬ 
porary access across the 
strip of Windsor Gardens 
for 12 months, but it also 
requires the developer to 
gain all other necessary 
consents such as planning 
and highways. 

“However, as with any 
development, the holding 
of these consents are a sep¬ 



arate issues for which the 
developer is responsible 
and are dealt with outside 
of this licence by other de¬ 
partments or bodies. 

“Information boards to 
affix to the hoarding 
telling people why the strip 
of gardens is closed are in 
production, and the devel¬ 
oper has produced a sum¬ 
mary of works and lorry 
movements which has 
been sent to the town 
council and which we have 
on signs ready to go up in 
the gardens.” 

• SEATON town council¬ 
lors will collate all the nec¬ 
essary reasons to oppose 


the access, including those 
new issues, which arose at 
the town council meeting. 

Further worries from the 
lorry demonstration will 
also be added to the list of 
oppositions, when more 
than 25 cars queued 
through Cross street and 
Fore Street waiting for the 
lorry to reverse. 

Seaton Town Council 
will then write to clarify 
these reasons in one last 
bid to oppose the access 
and letters will be sent to 
the leader of EDDC, 
Councillor Paul Diviani, 
Councillor Phil Twiss and 
engineer, Keith Steel. 


RNLI sponsored walk 
all set for this weekend 

THE Seaton, Beer and District Branch of the RNLI 
are staging their annual sponsored walk on Sunday 
(October 21st). 

Registration takes place at 9:45am at the starting 
point - Money Acre Cross on the A375 Honiton 
road - and the walk starts at 10am. 

The route goes through Farway, Colyton and 
Colyford (approximately six miles) or to Seaton 
(approximately nine miles). 

For further details or to obtain a sponsorship 
form, call 01297 23040 or join in on the day and 
give a donation to the RNLI. 

There is a reserve date of October 28th in case of 
very bad weather, or for those who can’t make it 
on the 21st. 

By-election next month 

SEATON will be going to the polls to elect a new 
town councillor following the loss of former vice- 
chairman, Ray Morgan. 

The election will take place on Thursday Novem¬ 
ber 15th with polling stations open from 7am- 
10pm. Nominations must be received by Friday, 
October 19th. 


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RECITAL Bernard d'Ascoli will perform 
at the Minster 

□ FAN FAVOURITES AND UNUSUAL 
PIECES Axe Valley Orchestra to play 
this weekend 

□ ACOUSTIC TOUR COMES TO 
HONITON Cole Stacey and 

Joseph O’Keefe play Boston Tea Party 

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round-up of events in the area 

PAGES 23-26 



PEOPLE IN THE NEWS 



Quotes of the week... 

££ THESE people are true community champi- 
ons. They have all carried out so much work 
to help others and fully deserve the recog¬ 
nition the medal brings. I hope the dedica¬ 
tion and hard work they have provided to 
their communities will be an inspiration to 
all’ 

Eric Dancer CBE, Lord Lieutanant of Devon, 
when presenting the BEMto nine Devon 
residents, including Joy Seward of Sidmouth 
and Eileen Rooke of Off well. 


IN THIS 
WEEK'S 
PULMAN’S 
VIEW 


Sport 

Still tough for 
The Vikings 

SIDMOUTH Town's tough start to the season con¬ 
tinued on Saturday. The Vikings, looking all-set 
for a morale-boosting point from the visit of 
Galmpton United, suffered the heartache of con¬ 
ceding late-on to lose 2-1 (see report on page 61). 

The Vikings, with no fixture scheduled for this 
Saturday, have time to regroup as they continue 
their search for a first win of the season. 

Meanwhile, Feniton hammered Tipton St John 7- 
0 at Acland Park to reach the last eight of the East 
Devon Senior cup. Fenny are also rumoured as 
about to be boosted by the arrival of veteran 
‘keeper Brian Cann from Toolstation League outfit 
Willand Rovers. 

Fenny return to Devon & Exeter League action 
at the weekend when they entertain the Exeter 
University students Reserve team. 

Down in division one Sidbury United moved up 
to second spot after Sam Elstrub scored twice in 
a 4-1 home win over Culm United. 

In division three there were useful home wins 
for both Upottery and Offwell. 


SIDMOUTH: Joy Seward 
has been presented with 
the British Empire Medal 
in the Queen’s Birthday 
Honours for more than 
40 years of dedicated 
service to the Sidmouth 
in Bloom organisation 


HONITON: Offwell resi¬ 
dent Eileen Rooke has 
been awarded the British 
Empire Medal in the 
Queen’s Birthday Hon¬ 
ours for her service to the 
Honiton Support Group 
for Hospiscare. 


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SEATON: Genial Colin 
Pearce hosted a party to 
celebrate the Seaton 
Devon Air Ambulance 
Support Group raising 
£5,000 at the week of 
special events held on the 
seafront last August. 


AXMINSTER: Fishmon¬ 
ger Gerald Mills is cele¬ 
brating 30 years in 
business in and around 
Axminster, first as a mar¬ 
ket trader and then as 
owner of Macsorsons in 
South Street. 


FEATURES 

■ PHOTO SPECIAL 

Best Kept Village awards - page 12 

m COUNTRY SCENE: 

Beware of rutting deer - page 14 

■ IT’S CARNIVAL TIME: 

Honiton's Big Night - pages 17-19 

■ PROPERTY VIEW: 

16 pages of house sales - 27-42 


I DO acknowledge and apologise that I made 
errors out of ignorance rather than any mal¬ 
ice and regard the best way of showing re¬ 
pentance is by action rather than words’ 

Honiton councillor Mike Allen apologising for 
failing to treat two fellow members of East 
Devon District Council with respect following 
the decision by 
EDDC Standards 
Committee that 
he had brought 
his office as 
chairman of the 
Local Develop¬ 
ment Frame¬ 
work into 
disrespect 

I THINK they are 
ducking the 
issue. We are too 
soft on them. 

People don’t 
park cars in 
Colyton at all, 
they just leave 
them where 
they like’ 

Colyton council¬ 
lor Bob Collier on 
East Devon Dis¬ 
trict Council’s 
failure to agree 
to a request 
from the parish 
council to pro¬ 
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THIS WEEK 


AXMINSTER 

Do-it-yourself 
flood scheme 

AS A LOCAL authority struggles to identify the 
owner of a flood-prone culvert, an Axminster man 
has decided to build his own flood defence. 

Malcolm Reynolds labelled the inability to establish 
ownership as "disgusting” and hopes his wall will 
provide some protection. 

Mr Reynolds lives next to the Millbrook stream in 
Willhay Lane, which has been badly hit by flooding. 

A culvert under Willhay Lane is being blamed, but 
establishing who owns it has proved extremely dif¬ 
ficult. 

Network Rail accepts ownership of the culvert 
under the nearby railway, but the section under Will¬ 
hay Lane remains a mystery 

After the most recent case of flooding - on Septem¬ 
ber 23rd and 24th - Mr Reynolds said: "I have been 
again and again asking the authorities to do some¬ 
thing about the inadequate culvert underneath the 
bridge that spans the lane but I am falling on deaf 
ears.” 

He has since decided to take alternative action, and 
told Pulman's View. "I decided to build a complete 
wall at my own expense. 

"It is not covered by insurance and is costing quite 
a lot of money. I’m taking action as best I can but my 
property is still at risk from water having to pass by 
and breaching further up and down the stream." 

The quest to identify the owner of the culvert sur¬ 
faced at Axminster Town Council’s meeting 

Mayor Andrew Moulding, who is also a county and 
district councillor, said that that Devon County Coun¬ 
cil (DCC) was on the case. 

But town Jeremy Walden was afraid that could be 
the case for a long time, and asked: "When does DCC 
stop looking?" 

Councillor Moulding replied: "Don’t worry. We don’t 
want to let this disappear into an abyss." 

Crossing concerns 

A NEW pedestrian crossing in Axminster has been 
been blamed for causing tailbacks. 

The crossing outside Axminster Primary School in 
Stoney Lane came as part of a package also including 
a footpath after a long campaign by local residents. 
It was opened in time for the current school term, but 
not all are happy. 

Councillor Susan Spiller told Axminster Town 
Council that she had been toldby several motorists 
that the new arrangement was causing hold-ups to 
traffic. 


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Pulman’s View From, Tuesday, October 16th 2012 



From the editor's chair 
So richly deserved... 



THIS newspaper is never slow in recognising the 
achievements of those who go that extra mile to 
make our communities a better place to live and 
work. 

Many of such deeds, often carried out for dozens 
of years, often go unrecognised. 

That’s why we are pleased to report in this 
week’s Sidmouth and Honiton editions that the 
work of two of East Devon’s most respected citi¬ 
zens have been recognised. 

Joy Seaward, of Sidmouth, and Offwell’s Eileen 
Rooke have been awarded the British Empire 
Medal for their services to the community. 

Joy was recognised for her 40 years leading the 
town’s Britain In Bloom campaigns which has 
brought much publicity to Sidmouth and Ellen, 81 
years young, was honoured for her work over 
many years for the Honiton Support Group for 
Hospiscare. 

They were among nine such awards across 
Devon and received their medals from Devon’s 


Lord Lieutenant Eric Dancer CBE. Both awards are 
richly deserved. 

♦ I WAS castigated last week by an irate reader 
(rarely a week goes by when I’m not!) who ques¬ 
tioned my assertion that the former Axminster to 
Lyme Regis railway branch line was known as "The 
Bluebell Line". 

I was unable to discuss this with him because he 
rudely slammed the phone down before the call 
could be put through to me. 

I can’t remember whether the Axminster-Lyme 
line was officially known as "The Bluebell Line" but 
locals certainly referred to it as such because of the 
proliferation of bluebells along the winding route. 

The chap in question said I was getting mixed up 
with "The Bluebell Railway" from East Grinstead to 
Lewis in Sussex where, incidentally, one of the 
"Puffin’ Billy" steam trains that used to run be¬ 
tween Axminster and Lyme went on display. 

Philip Evans 


COLYTON SIDMOUTH/HONITON 

Council reject plea Two rewarded for 
for meeting change community service 


HONITON/ 

OTTERYStMARY 

Councillor forced 
to say 'sorry 9 

A DISTRICT councillor has issued a full apology after 
failing to treat two fellow councillors with respect. 
East Devon District Council (EDDC) standards com¬ 
mittee found that councillor Mike Allen (Cons, Honi¬ 
ton St Michael’s) had brought his office into 
disrepute. 

The complaints were filed in November last year 
and refer to meetings of EDDC's Local Development 
Framework Panel, chaired by Councillor Allen. 

The EDDC standards committee met in May and 
found that councillor Allen had failed to treat fellow 
councillors Roger Giles (Ind, Ottery Town) and Claire 
Wright (Ind, Ottery Rural) with respect. 

At the time, councillor Allen indicated that he did 
not accept the findings of a report prepared for the 
committee. 

After the verdict, the committee ruled that Coun¬ 
cillor Allen should write a formal letter of apology to 
the council as a whole for his "unacceptable treat¬ 
ment" of the two councillors and for his "failings as 
a chairman". 

It was also ruled that he should undergo relevant 
training, including media awareness. 


COLYTON parish councillors have refused to move 
their meetings to alternative venues, which would 
offer better disabled access. 

Councillors were asked to consider a proposal to 
move all their meetings from the upstairs board- 
room at Colyton Town Hall to the Peace Memorial 
Playing Fields Pavilion, to comply with the Equality 
Act. 

The proposal came from Councillor Alan Davis, who 
is currently suffering from leukaemia, but he em¬ 
phasised at last week’s meeting that the request was 
not for him - he had written the original report on the 
boardroom’s poor access two years ago, before he 
was diagnosed. 

Councillor Stehpen Real asked if Councillor Davis 
had looked into what bookings were made in the 
pavilion for Monday night. 

Councillor Davis said: "We own the pavilion. Sorry, 
but we do. Surely we could ask the users to move to 
another night or change the council meeting night to 
another day. 

"I think this council has to take full account of this 
proposal and must comply with the Equality Act." 

He emphasised that he would like to see all council 
meetings moved to the pavilion, including committee 
meetings." 

Councillor Collier received no seconder for his pro¬ 
posal, but the original proposal to move the meetings 
was still defeated, with just four councillors voting in 
favour of it. 

SEATON 

Access all-clear 
despite local fears 

A LICENCE for access across Windsor Gardens is to 
be granted by East Devon District Council despite 
concerns from Seaton residents. 

A ta town council meeting, members of the public, 
chamber of commerce, local businesses and the 
United Reformed Church on Cross Street expressed 
reservations over the licence. 

The public forum concluded that the licence would 
cause great commotion in the town to both traffic 
and operating businesses and services. 

Church representatives complained that funeral 
services and church occasions would lose dignity 
with noise pollution and eye sores from the building 
site, whilst Marcus Hartnell of the Chamber of Com¬ 
merce supported Seaton Town Council stating that 
businesses on Cross Street were sure to suffer. 

EDDC’s Deputy Portfolio Holder for the Environ¬ 
ment, Councillor Phil Twiss, is in agreement with the 
granting of the licence now that all reasonable efforts 
have been made to address concerns from interested 
parties. 


A SIDMOUTH in Bloom stalwart has received her 
British Empire Medal. 

Joy Winifred Seward was of nine Devon residents 
named in the Queen's Birthday Honours list in June. 

She was named in the list for her services to the 
community through Sidmouth in Bloom. 

The Queen's representative in the county, Devon 
Lord Lieutenant Eric Dancer CBE JP, hosted an 
awards ceremony in County Hall, Exeter, last week. 

He said: "These people are true community cham¬ 
pions." 

Joy has, for more than 40 years, served her com¬ 
munity in Sidmouth as the president and chief exec¬ 
utive of Sidmouth in Bloom. She has worked 
tirelessly, often at her own expense and in her own 
time, to facilitate, organise, encourage and motivate 
local townspeople, councillors, schools and other 
representative and trade bodies to engage fully in the 
objectives of Sidmouth in Bloom. 

A FOUNDING member of the Honiton Support Group 
for Hospiscare has been awarded a British Empire 
Medal for her work within the community. 

Eileen Rooke, 81, who lives in Offwell, first found out 
the news of her award in early May, and was pleased 
to finally accept the award. 

The grandmother of 12 has dedicated her life to vol¬ 
untary work supporting the Honiton Hospiscare 
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NEWS FROM SEATON & BEER 


■ Death Notice 


DOUGLAS (DOUG) KNIGHT 

passed away peacefully at his home in Musbury on 
the 12th October 2012, aged 86 years. Husband of the 
late Phyllis. Much loved dad of Irene and Paul, 
father-in-law of Dave and Jenny, 
grandad of Stuart, Michael and Michelle and 
a much missed brother and uncle. 

Funeral Service to be held at St. Michael's Church, 
Musbury on Thursday 25th October at 11.00am 
followed by Interment in the Churchyard. 
Family flowers only please but donations if desired, 
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■ GIVING HUNGER THE BOOT: Members of St Gregory’s Church in 
Seaton put their best foot forward, coming to church in their wellies, 
taking part in a sponsored walk and raising money for Farm Africa 


MEMBERS of St Gregory’s Church and FREEdom Cafe 
in Seaton ‘gave hunger the boot’ when they raised 
more than £440 for Farm Africa. 

The group took to church for a special harvest service 
in their welly boots to raise money for the charity 
which aims to support farming communities in Africa. 

Embracing the national appeal, youngsters decorated 
the church with flowers, harvest decorations and welly 
boots and £223.89 was raised during the service. 

Following the harvest celebration, the group contin¬ 
ued fundraising with a special soup and fruit crumble 
lunch supplied by volunteers of the FREEdom cafe. 

Then it was time to put their wellies to good use with 
a sponsored welly walk raising a further £218. One par¬ 
ticular youngster, Chris Evans, raised £31 alone in 


sponsorship. The day ended with a cream tea at the 
cafe. 

Mary Casey of the FREEdom Cafe said: “We had a 
fantastic day last Sunday with so many people coming 
in their wellies to support the event. 

“Thank you to everyone who got behind the appeal. 
St Gregory’s will be sending a grand total of £441.89 to 
the Farm Africa appeal.’’ 

Farm Africa works directly with rural communities, 
helping them to produce more food by farming more 
effectively. 

The charity works shoulder to shoulder with farmers, 
providing training and support to help improve the ways 
they manage their crops, livestock, forests and access 
to water, so they can build a future free from hunger. 


Your chance to be part of regenerating Seaton 


SEATON Town Council 
and Development Team 
will showcase develop¬ 
ment plans for Seaton dur¬ 
ing a public meeting on 
Thursday, October 18th at 
the town hall. 

The meeting will start at 
7pm and will feature pre¬ 
sentations on the planned 
discovery centre, the forth¬ 
coming public consulta¬ 
tions on the future seafront 
enhancement and plans for 
Jurassic Coast Waterborne 
transport. 

Information will also be 
available on the plans for 


the Elizabeth Road play 
park. 

A number of invited 
speakers will attend and 
Seaton mayor, Councillor 
Peter Burrows, said: “We 
are delighted to host this 
public meeting which will 
enable everyone to gather 
information on and give 
their views about the excit¬ 
ing plans we are currently 
considering for Seaton. 

“We are keen to seek the 
views of residents, busi¬ 
nesses and visitors. 

“The Discovery Centre 
in particular promises to 


be an excellent addition to 
our town and one which 
we hope the local commu¬ 
nity will embrace and gain 
much benefit from.” 


All are welcome to at¬ 
tend the meeting. Refresh¬ 
ments will be provided 
from 6:30pm ahead of the 
main presentation at 7pm. 


Christmas festival 
on December 7th 

SEATON and District Chamber of Commerce has 
revealed intial details of its special event for Christmas. 

Vice-chairman, Geoff Bennett, said: “The Christmas 
festival and late night opening this year will be on Fri¬ 
day, December 7th." 

More details will follow nearer the time. 


Modelling course is big success 


A RECENT railway modelling 
course held at Pecorama has been 
deemed a tremendous success after 
all 11 participants managed to suc¬ 
cessfully embrace the course and 
complete their own section of base¬ 
board to take home. 

Expert Peco modellers Andrew 
Beard and Bob Phelps were on hand 
to show the group the essential as¬ 
pects of railway modelling, including 
how to lay track, basic scenery tech¬ 
niques and building card and plastic 
kits. 

This was the first two-day course 
Pecorama has hosted and as the feed¬ 
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THE sun shone on the group of 28 
cyclists that left Axminster on Satur¬ 
day morning, heading for Italy. 

They had about 800 miles ahead of 
them on as they set off for the S alone 
del Gusto slow food festival in Turin 
- in memory of Philippa Corbin. 

Philippa worked at River Cottage 
Canteen but tragically took her own 
life at the age of 27 in January 2011 
when suffering from depression. 

Formally named Slow Ride To 
Turin, the ride has been organised in 
her memory and to raise awareness 
and acceptance of depression and 
funds for two charities; The Humans 
Given Foundation and The Charlie 
Waller Memorial Trust. Team mem¬ 
bers and supporters gathered in River 
Cottage Canteen for a breakfast and 
pep talk by River Cottage boss Hugh 
Fearnley-Whittingstall, who cycled 
along for part of the first leg. 

Gavin Tyte is the vicar of Uplyme 


and one of the 28 cyclists. The vicar 
and one of his fellow team members, 
Lis Harden from Fyme Regis met up 
with Pulman’s View to talk about 
their aims and preparations. 

Lis had just been for a swim in the 
sea and has been preparing for about 
a year. She used to do downhill 
mountain biking and is a keen gig 
rower. 

An injury has prevented her from 
rowing for a while, though, but she 
appears to be more than ready for the 
ride ahead. Apart from the physical 
challenge, she hopes the ride will 
help to rid depression of the stigma 
attached to it. 

She said: “It’s rife [depression]. 
There is an awful lot of publicity 
about obesity, for example, and it is 
almost accepted - but the acceptance 
of depression is not there. It is not a 
self-indulgent illness. 

“If, by doing the ride, we prevent at 


least one family from going through 
what the Corbins did, we won’t give 
a damn about sore bottoms and legs 
from the ride.” 

Vicar Tyte has been preparing for 
three months. He explained: “The 
physical bit has been quite a shock to 
the system and it has been a massive 
learning curve to get used to the bike 
as well.” 

Although they are yet to start, he 
feels the ride has already served its 
purpose to an extent. This is because 
so many people engage in conversa¬ 
tion about depression when they hear 
about Slow Ride To Turin. 

Gavin took Philippa’s funeral and 
both he and Lis said about the ride: 
“It is a great way of honouring a 
lovely girl.” 

All you need to know about the 
ride, including how to sponsor and 
regular progree reports, are available 
online at www.slowridetoturin.co.uk. 


Thirty not out 
for fishmonger 

A FISHMONGER has paid tribute to staff and cus¬ 
tomers after 30 years of trading in and around Axmin¬ 
ster. 

Gerald Mills was a fishmonher in Broadstairs, Kent, 
but moved to Axminster in October 1982 and bought 
market trading business Macsorsons. 

The family had friends in the area and had always en¬ 
joyed visits to the West Country. 

Gerald and wife Rosemary traded at markets and ex¬ 
panded their business in 1994 when they bought a fish¬ 
mongers in Axminster and renamed it Macsorsons. 

Rosemary has retired but their daughter, Tina Herbert, 
plays a leading role in the business. Gerald is past re¬ 
tirement age and is part-time - but has no plans to pack 
it in, and said: "Not unless they give me the sack." 

He clearly enjoys the customer service side to the 
business and, along with Tina, said: "We have been 
very lucky to have had loyal customers and staff." 


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General stores, IBCs, paint. Mowers, stores racking, 
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Vehicles: Bailiffs & liquidators: vans, cars, bikes. 

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Collectors kick-off party 



■ STAMP DUTY: Members Peter Motson, Richard Griffiths, David Speer, Les Berry, Brian Young, Reg 
Brown and Graham Rankin were among those attending the gathering in Axminster on October 9th 


A FOUNDING member of an 
Axminster club reminisced before 
members kicked-off 40th anniver¬ 
sary celebrations. 

Les Berry, born in Chard, re¬ 
members his father had started 
him on stamp collecting many 
years ago and he became hooked. 

National Service, finding a job, 
getting married and starting a 
family put his hobby on hold . 

“But I guess it’s once a collec¬ 
tor, always a collector,” said Les. 

“I realised meeting other stamp 
collectors added to the enjoyment 
so in 1969 I joined the nearest 
club to me, Bridport and District.” 

He spent 24 years filling several 
roles at the Bridport club before 
deciding he wanted a club a little 
closer to home. 

“It seemed a town the size of 
Axminster must have people in¬ 
terested in stamp collecting,” re¬ 
calls Les. 

So, he set about to try and 
launch a club. He had decided to 
put an advert in the local paper 
when an owner of an antique 
shops announced he was planning 
to buy and sell stamps. 

Les went along to see if there 
were other collectors like himself 
and met a small group. Telling 
the shop owner he wanted to start 
a club, Les was offered the use of 
the shop. 

“The antique shop advert in¬ 
vited collectors to come along on 
a certain evening and a small 


group turned up,” said Les. 

It was November 1972. And the 
name Axe Vale Stamp Club was 
decided on. Les became secre¬ 
tary and spent 10 years increasing 
the interest before switching to 
treasurer in 1982 (until 1997). 

As membership grew in the first 
years the antique shop was too 
small for a dozen regulars and 
several different homes were used 
before finding the Church Rooms 
where the club meets on the sec¬ 


ond Tuesday each month. 

Les, president since 1997, is not 
the only original member still 
with the club, Bob Everall being 
another one who was part of the 
club during the early years. 

The message from officers of 
the club is simple - why not pop 
into the town’s Church Rooms on 
the second Tuesday of a month 
and see what a friendly, inexpen¬ 
sive hobby you’ve been missing? 

Anyone interested in the club 


can call secretary David Speer on 
01404 892 787 for more informa¬ 
tion. 

Members come from a wide 
area including East Devon and 
South Somerset. A formal birth¬ 
day event will be staged in Chard 
later this year, but celebrations 
started with a gathering in 
Axminster on Tuesday, October 
9th to which guest speakers and 
members from neighbouring 
clubs were invited. 


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Bake and brew event raises £450 


MORE than £450 was raised at 
The Children's Society bake and 
brew coffee morning in The 
Church Room, Axminster, on 
Thursday October 4th. 

Jennifer Royle, who is a mem¬ 
ber of the society's Axminster 
branch, said: "The Children's So¬ 
ciety, formerly known as The 
Waifs and Strays, supports chil¬ 


dren and young people across a 
variety of programmes and in 
children's centres throughout 
England and Wales. 

"In addition to supporting vul¬ 
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a campaigning strand trying to 
tackle the causes of problems 
and injustices that face young 
people today. 


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helped us at our coffee morning 
to raise money that can be used 
for such important causes seek¬ 
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CUTS: A new carpet has been laid in Harry Dutfield Bowls Hall at Cloakham Lawn Sports Centre in Axminster. 
The playing surface was under two inches of water after the July floods, and had to be replaced along with the 
carpet surrounding the rink. An official re-opening ceremony of the hall was held on Sunday, September 23rd, 
with landlord Josh Dutfield cutting a ribbon to mark the occasion. Andrew Moulding, who chairs Cloakham Lawn 
Sports Centre s management committee, thanked everyone who had helped restore the venue to its former 
glory. Pictured, from left, Andrew Moulding (Cloakham Lawn Sports Centre), Lisa and Josh Dutfield and Ron 
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www.axminster-today.co.uk 


Tuesday, October 16th 2012 


Trip changes fundraiser’s outlook 


By Anders Larsson 

anders(®tindlenews.co.uk 


A YOUNG Axminster 
man says the generosity of 
people in one of the 
world’s poorest countries 
is second to none. 

“They have so little but 
they give so much. They 
are so generous and caring 
even if they don't have 
anything. They are richer 
than us in so many ways,” 
Martin Painter said of the 
people of Burkina Faso. 

Martin spent about three 
months in the African 
country and was hit by 
malnutrition and malaria 
along the way - losing 
about three quarters of a 
stone. 

He went there as a volun¬ 
teer for United Nations 
Association of Interna¬ 
tional Service, a charity 
which protects and pro¬ 
motes the rights of margin¬ 
alised people in 
developing countries. 

Martin had planned his 
visit for some time and be¬ 
came known in and around 
Axminster for his 
fundraising initiatives, 
which included a cycle 
ride from Land’s End to 
Axminster. 

He spent most of his time 
in and around the capital, 


Ouagadougou. After an 
initial period comprising 
basic language lessons, a 
cultural introduction and 
safety briefings, he was 
placed with Tigoung 
Nonma - a co-operative of 
disabled artisans. 

Lodgings were very 
basic and Martin had to 
support his mosquito net 
with chairs and it took a 
week until a bed was 
bought. Martin said that 
food was far from varied, 
the staples available being 
bread, egg, chicken and 
fish. As a result, he suf¬ 
fered from malnutrition 
and was also struck by 
malaria despite taking the 
correct precautions. 

He said: “People slate 
the NHS and take it for 
granted. But when you are 
ill in a different country for 
so long, you really appre¬ 
ciate it.” 

Another experience was 
using local taxis. Recalling 
the first time he got into 
one, he said: “It was like 
the most shabby automo¬ 
bile ever. I thought, this is 
so unsafe. There were no 
interiors and no seatbelts.” 

He lived to tell the tale, 
however, and it was also a 


taxi that provided another 
lasting memory. One day 
Martin travelled by taxi and 
left “an expensive coat” be¬ 
hind when getting out of the 
car. But about a week later 
the taxi driver spotted Martin 
in the street, pulled up and 
said: “I’ve got something in 


the boot for you.” 

He described his trip as 
“soul-touching” and said it 
had changed his perspective 
on the world. 

“As soon as I got back, I 
filled a suitcase of things and 
gave it to a charity shop. 
Money isn’t everything.” 


He hopes to carry on volun¬ 
teering and helping poor na¬ 
tions and their people one 
way or another. When asked 
if he can see a major change 
to the overall situation, in¬ 
cluding poverty and infra¬ 
structure, in Burkina Faso, he 
replied: “No one person can 


achieve what is needed. The 
only way is if we make a 
change there.” 

He stressed that means by 
sharing the wealth of food 
and money in the developed 
world. Details can be found 
at www.justgiving.com/mar- 
tinafricasupportl 2. 



News brie fs 

KARIZMA Majorettes of Axminster 
raised more than £1,000 from an auc¬ 
tion held at Talbot Arms in Uplyme on 
Friday, October 5th. 

Karizma Majorettes secretary Claire 
Hayball said: “It went incredibly well 
with a total of £1,063 raised for new 
carnival costumes next year. 

“Big thanks to the landlord and land¬ 
lady, and also to Jim Rowe for auction¬ 
ing our lots with a lot of laughs and 
humour. “Also a big thank you to the 
committee members - especially Heidi 
Wilbor and Sarah Causley - for organ¬ 
ising the majority of the event and to all 
the others who came on the night.” 

A MAN was taken to hospital after a 
domestic accident in Axminster on 
Tuesday, October 9th. 

A police spokesperson said: “Police 
and ambulance attended an address in 
Heal s Field after a man received burns 
following an accident at home. 

“He was taken by land ambulance to 
hospital for treatment, but not seri¬ 
ously injured.” 


A CAR parked in Millwey Avenue, 
Axminster, has been damaged by what 
is believed to be a sharp instrument. 

Police say the damage occurred at 
some point between 8am on Sunday, 
October 7th and 11am the following 
day. 

One of the doors was damaged, and 
anyone who witnessed the incident is 
asked to call the force switchboard on 
101 . 

The incident reference number is 


KA/12/507. 


The Cloth Shop first opened its doors in 1972. 
known ‘The Remnant Shop’ it was set up by Jack 
and Jill Vine and initially sold dress fabrics and 
haberdashery. Now owned by Mike and Kim Vine, 
The Cloth Shop specialises in made to measure 
curtains and blinds, offering a full service to help 
dress your windows in the style you are looking 
for. Advice and help is available to assist in both 
the choice of fabric and the design style for your 
window. There are limitless options available in 
curtain styles while the choice of blinds include 
Roller, Roman, Vertical, Venetian, Wooden 
Shutters and Velux Blinds. There is a huge range 
of fabric available from a wide choice of brands 
including Clarke and Clarke, Sanderson, 
Prestigious textiles, Blenheim, Fibre Naturelle and 
Concept for curtains and Decora and Rolite for 
blinds. The Cloth Shop service includes 
complementary measuring and quotations 
through to the final fitting in your home. 

Also available at The Cloth Shop is a large stock 
of fleece, craft fabrics, haberdashery, sirdar 
knitting wool, cottons, poly cottons, calico, 
hessian, felt, baize embroidery, thread... 
everything you need for your craft. On the top 
floor of the shop is The Aladdins cave rummage 
room with fabrics from £2 per metre. 

The Cloth Shop would like to thank its many loyal 
customers for their business over the last forty 
years and looks toward to continuing to provide a 
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New book tells how Bob lit up Blackpool 


A SEATON man has been named 
‘one of the most iconic designers 
of his time’ in a new book celebrat¬ 
ing 100 years of the Blackpool il¬ 
luminations. 

The new book Blackpool Illumi¬ 
nations - The Greatest Free Show 


By Laura Goldsbury Noy 

laura (a>pemedia, co.uk 

on Earth features up to ten pages shaw, who was once a designer of 
of illustrations created by well- the lights. 

known Seaton artist Bob Brad- As a designer from 1960-1963, 



■ REMEMBERING THE ILLUMINATIONS: Bob Bradshaw was proud to feature as an iconic designer of his 
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he created some of the most influ¬ 
ential work of his time, producing 
sketches based on a huge range of 
subjects to light up the six-mile 
stretch of promenade. 

Eighty-year-old Mr Bradshaw 
had the surprise of his life when 
the Head of Cultural Engagement 
and director of the National Fair¬ 
ground Archive, Professor Vanessa 
Toulmin, contacted him and asked 
if she could include him in the cel¬ 
ebratory book. 

After working with Professor 
Toulmin for several months, Mr 
Bradshaw received an invitation 
from the Mayor of Blackpool to at¬ 
tend the official book launch and 
celebratory reception. 

Mr Bradshaw drove the 300 
miles to Blackpool with his wife 
Audrey to attend the presentation 
and was greeted by a handful of 
old friends all of whom used to 
work alongside him to produce the 
mammoth illuminations. 

The Seaton artist explained: 
“When I arrived in Blackpool, it 
was very clear that things were dif¬ 
ferent and lots had changed, espe¬ 
cially when I took a tour with the 
current head of illuminations and a 
ride along the promenade in the il¬ 
luminated tram. 

“It was fantastic that out of the 
blue I was contacted about my role 
working on the illuminations as a 
designer, and it has been a pleasure 
to remember those times and rem¬ 
inisce with old friends who I 
worked alongside many years ago. 

“I guess the budget cuts and the 
change to LED lighting has af¬ 


fected how it appears now as it is 
very different, especially now the 
Rigby Road Works are long gone. 

“It used to be all hand drawn 
sketches, blown up to gigantic pro¬ 
portion, but now it is all comput¬ 
erised. 

“There used to be hundreds of 
men working to put up the lights 
and just me designing, changing at 
least a quarter of the lights every 
year, but now there are a few de¬ 
signers and the budget can only 
stretch to change about five per 
cent of the lights.” 

Mr Bradshaw’s work on the illu¬ 
minations began after he applied 
for the designer’s job and brought 
a vivid hand drawn sketch to the 
table - one that stuck in the memo¬ 
ries of the old management and got 
him his spot on the famous lights. 

His famous features from the 
1960s included themes on Toy- 


town, Birds & Bees, Romantica 
and Pantoland. 

Mr Bradshaw also worked with 
Disney, basing his work on trans¬ 
parent stills and photos sent in and 
interpreting designs for themes 
such as Disneyrama, The Sword in 
the Stone and The Castaways. 

He was even given the opportu¬ 
nity to have the Odeon Cinema all 
to himself for a private preview of 
101 Dalmatians prior to its nation¬ 
wide release to inspire his designs. 

Mr Bradshaw added: “It is a great 
and lovely feeling to hear my name 
being spoken about and for the 
book to state that I ‘produced some 
of the most iconic designs ever to 
appear on the promenade’. 

“I feel very proud of my time 
working on the Blackpool illumi¬ 
nations, and I am even prouder to 
feature in a book celebrating 100 
years of the lights.” 



■ BACK IN THE DAY: The Blackpool illuminations light up the town’s 
promenade in the early Sixties 


Jumble sale raises Lions’ tabletop 
more than £1,200 sale makes £330 


THE Seaton and Axmouth 
branch of Cancer Research 
UK held a jumble sale last 
month which raised more 
than £1,200. 

The sale was held in 
Seaton Town Hall on Sep¬ 
tember 29 th. 

Paula Vickers of Cancer 
Research UK said: “It 
went extremely well. We 


raised an amazing 
£1,248.55, which is one of 
the best amounts ever for a 
jumble sale. 

“As always we are so 
very grateful to all of those 
who attended and to all of 
our amazing volunteers 
and helpers without whom 
none of it would be possi¬ 
ble.” 


MEMBERS of Seaton and 
District Lions held a suc¬ 
cessful tabletop sale rais¬ 
ing £330 for their charity 
services. 

There were a number of 
stalls from local organisa¬ 
tions and groups as well 
refreshments and a 
tombola at the town hall, 
and a large number of peo¬ 


ple came out to support the 
group. 

Members of the Lions 
would like to thank all 
those who supported them 
and would like to remind 
people that their next 
tabletop sale and ‘Lions 
Cabaret Night’ evening 
will be held on December 
15th. 



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Kelvin picks up bronze for Seaton 

MEMBERS of Seaton Judo Club took part in a Devon 
Open Competition and scooped a bronze medal. 

The popular annual event held in Kingsbridge 
welcomed four competitors from the Seaton club to 
compete against around 120 senior martial artists 
and was the first competition for the group for many 
years. 

Despite not all of the group winning - and a snapped 
wrist for one unfortunate Seaton fighter - under 81 
kilo competitor, Kelvin Gurmin, picked up a bronze 
medal and was pleased to return home with a 
winning feeling. 

Following the win, the group are upping the inten¬ 
sity of their senior training and are hoping to attend 
more competitions on a regular basis in the future, 
including an open competition in Plymouth this 
November. 

The Seaton Judo Club welcome new members of all 
ages and abilities to their group with a junior and 
senior section and are particularly seeking more 
women to join, with none currently in the senior 
section. 

To find out more about Seaton Judo Club contact 
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Tuesday October 16th 2012 


Wet weekend for Scouts 


MORE than 500 young people from Devon survived 
a complete wash out as heavy rain hit the annual scout¬ 
ing camp at Woodlands Theme Park, Dartmouth. 

Held last weekend, the 1st Beer Scouts were just one 
of many groups from all over the county who had the 
chance to explore the facilities and fun at Woodlands 
w hil st making new friends. 

The group even endured some of the heaviest down¬ 
pours they had seen and, after a night of activities, they 
battled with heavy rain and winds as their tents were 
blown down and filled with water. 

But this didn’t stop the fun and the group pulled to¬ 
gether and put their scouting knowledge to the test. 

Thanks to the leaders and some fantastic young peo¬ 
ple, the scouts all took inspiration and put all their 
training to good use to set about making the best of 
the situation, with some scouts still taking to the rides 
whilst leaders and supporters helped put away the tents 
and rectify the damage as well as still managing to put 
on a warming feast for the returning adventurers. 

The group also invested one of their new scouts Kadi 

Sherpas win battle 
of the bands contest 

A TALENTED group of musical youngsters have been 
celebrating after they took first place at a recent ‘battle 
of the bands’ competition. 

Alternative rock band The Sherpas competed a few 
weeks ago at The Cavern in Exeter and were one of 
eight to compete in the final round. 

The five-piece band consisting of Jake Daniel, 18, 
James Fuke, 17, Ben Milverton, 18, Chris Tilke, 16, and 
Pierre Roxon, 19, have been going from strength to 
strength and the group were extremely pleased to win 
the battle and come out on top. 

After already winning battles and talent competitions 
in the past, the lads are no strangers to performing and 
have recently been gigging across the local area. 

The band also attended and performed on the 
seafront stage at Seaton’s Devon Air Ambulance Week 
to help raise funds; a perfect local place for some of the 
group with James coming from Beer and Jake from 
Seaton. 

Sidmouth College student and Seaton boy, Jake 
Daniel, said: “We were entered into the final quite late 
so we had little time to prepare and gather supporters, 
so we were really surprised when we won the battle of 
the bands. 

“It was fairly daunting as the other bands were much 
heavier and had more of a punk metal vibe in compar¬ 
ison to our own music, but we are pleased we were 
chosen as the winners. 

“We have a lot of support from friends at college and 
family and this has helped us to grab opportunities and 
throw ourselves into gigs." 

Band influences come from a range of musical genres 
including artists such as Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Tbe 
Maccabees and The Strokes, and the group are focused 
on producing their own original material. 

Upcoming performances for the rocking youngsters 
include a performance at the Dublin Castle in Camden 
Town, London later this month and a rock festival in 
Slovenia next year. 

Rhythm guitarist and backing vocalist, Jake, added: 
“It has been a really positive experience for all of us as 
we have been able to generate a bigger fan base in the 
Exeter and East Devon area. 

“It has definitely helped us to build up our status and 
get gigs further afield, as well as making us feel more 
prepared for bigger audiences." 

The next step for the group will be to embrace their 
prize - the chance to record their new single at a 
professional studio and take part in a band photo shoot. 

To find out more about The Sherpas visit www.face 
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By Laura Goldsbury Noy 

laura@pemedia.co.uk 

Pidgeon on the Trauma Tower. 

Eleven-year-old Kadi said: “I had an amazing time 
with all my friends and it’s certainly something I will 
remember.” 

Nigel Groves, Scout Leader from 1st Beer Scouts, 
said: “Despite the weather it was a fantastic weekend. 
It was great to see just how many young people were 
involved in scouting all in one place. 

“It was amazing to see how everyone pulled together 
when required and diverted what could have been a 
lot more dramatic incident into a positive experience 
that I know will last in the memory of many young 
people for years to come.” 



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■ A REAL ADVENTURE: The 1st Beer Scout troop in 
front of the Trauma Tower at Woodlands, all still 
smiling after a weekend of activities and battling 
with heavy rain 

Photograph by Scout Leader DAVID BLOUNT 

Carnival AGM set 
for next month 

SEATON Carnival Committee will be holding their 
Annual General Meeting and Presentation Night on 
November 9th, upstairs at The Gateway in Seaton 
Town Hall. 

The top three collectors at this year's carnival pro¬ 
cession were: 1st, RNLI member, £64.73; 2nd, Ian 
Manchester, £60.73 and 3rd, RNLI member, £60.59. 

In total £1960.79 was collected at the procession. 
Seaton Carnival Committee would like to thank 
everyone that collected on the night. 

Doors at the AGM will open at 5:30pm for a prompt 
6pm start. All are welcome to attend. 

There will be a barn dance with the band Long 
Odds and Short Straws following the AGM at 
7.30pm. Tickets are £6 per person, which can be 
purchased from Seaton Town Hall box office. There 
will also be a raffle, a licensed bar and food available 
for purchase. 

The barn dance will help raise much-needed funds 
for the carnival's running costs. 

Seaton Carnival Committee has also arranged a 
coach trip to Clarks Village (the outlet shopping 
complex in Street) and the Glastonbury Carnival 
procession on Saturday, November 17th. The coach 
will leave at midday and will pick up from Seaton, 
Axminster and Chard. 

All profits from the coach trip will go toward the 
2013 Seaton Carnival Queen's Float. Contact Roger 
Broom on 01297 24982 for more information. 

Seaton’s Citizens 
Advice set to stay 
after council grant 

THE Citizens’ Advice Bureau (CAB) will continue to 
have a presence in Seaton after East Devon CAB re¬ 
ceived a grant of almost £4,500 from Seaton Town 
Council. 

Co-chairman of East Devon CAB Jane Dauncey 
said: “We are absolutely delighted to receive this 
money as there is much need for a local CAB in 
Seaton and I am sure that it will be very well used.” 

The service is based in the Community Resource 
Centre at 23 Fore Street and can also be contacted on 
01297 24380. The opening hours are Wednesday and 
Friday from 9:30am-12:30pm. 

CABs can help anyone and the service is free, con¬ 
fidential and open to anyone. All CABs are registered 
charities and dependent on grants and donations. The 
main offices of East Devon CAB are in Honiton and 
Exmouth, with other smaller bases in Sidmouth and 
Ax min ster. 

Details and more information about the service, vol¬ 
unteering or donating can be found on www.citizens 
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NEWS FROM COLYTON & COLYFORD 


J Tuesday October 16th 2012 


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Colyton treated to 
its annual tea party 



■ COLTYON Link treated supporters to its annual tea party on Wednesday. The 
party was held in Colyton Town Hall, where about 65 tucked into sandwiches, cakes 
and tea.Musical entertainments was provided by Colyton Grammar School teacher 
John House and his sixth from students, who played jazz numbers. Colyton Link 
chairman, Wendy Cann said: “The event was quite successful!. People seemed to 
enjoy themselves and the music was very nice. Thank you to everyone who came 
along, the committee and helpers.” Although not a fundraising event, a collection 
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Church lights up for Son et Lumiere 


THE history of St An¬ 
drew’s Church in Colyton 
came to life last week. 

A unique Son et Lumiere 
was staged for packed au¬ 
diences over three nights. 

Unlike a usual play, the 
Son et Lumere did not 
have speaking characters. 
Instead, the story of the 
church and town’s history 
since the 12th century was 
told by the voice of a nar¬ 
rator and cleverley de¬ 
picted through music, 
special effects and lighting 
that focussed on one part 
of the church at a time. 

It is thought this was the 
first show of its kind in the 
East Devon area for about 
60 years, with the last 
being held at Exeter 
Cathedral in the 1960s. 

The Son et Lumiere 
started with the story of 
the first priest of St An¬ 
drew’s, Robert de la Hylle, 
who lived in what is now 
the bell-ringing chamber 
in the 12th century, where 
he could view the goings- 
on in church through a 
hatch. 

In the Middle Ages, suc¬ 
cession of priests were in¬ 
stalled, including Thomas 
Brerewood, who built a 
stone screen in the church 
named after him. 

A model of a schoolmas¬ 
ter in the Parvise above the 
church porch, with the 
sound of nursey rhymes 
and latin practice, was 
used to depict the origins 
of Colyton Grammar 
School, which began in the 
church in 1546. 

The audience moved for¬ 
ward to hear the story of 
the Pole Chapel and of the 
family after which it was 
named. The chapel in¬ 
cludes a tomb where Sir 
John Pole, Sheriff of 
Devon, MP and First 
Baronet, lies back-to-back 
with his wife. Many chil¬ 
dren of the family died in 
infancy and are also com¬ 
memorated in the chapel. 

In 1645 Colyton’s popu¬ 
lation was decimated by 
the bubonic plague. The 
panic of the Black Death 
was depicted by a poem by 
Bessie Rayner Parkes and 
the singing of “Ring-a- 
Roses” by children of the 
church’s King’s Club. 

During the interval, the 
audience enjoyed drinks 
and nibbles and were able 
to have a closer look 
around the church at sec¬ 
tions they had already 
learnt the history of. 

The second act began 
with the death of King 
Charles II in 1685 and the 
subsequent dispute over 
who should take over his 
reign - James II the 
Catholic or Charle’s ille¬ 
gitimate son, James Duke 
of Monmouth, the Protes¬ 
tant. 

Colyton chose the side of 
the Duke of Monmouth 
and became known as the 
most rebellious town in 
Devon for its role in the 


Francesca Evans 

francesca(a)pemedia.co.uk 


Monmouth Rebellion. De¬ 
spite their efforts, the re¬ 
bellion failed and many 
Colyton men were trans¬ 
ported or excuted. 

A poem by Malcolm 
Povey was read describing 
a mother’s fear as her son 
leaves to fight, while im¬ 
pressive lighting and 
sound affects recalled the 
town under attack. 

The calmer scenes of au¬ 
thor Jane Austen’s visit to 
Colyton in 1804 was de¬ 
picted with a scene from 
“Pride and Prejudice”. It is 
thought she based the 
book’s character Jane Ben¬ 
nett on the wife of then 
vicar, the Reverend 
Richard Buller, who was a 
family friend. “Sonata”, 
which is thought to have 
been written by piano en¬ 
thusiast Austen, was also 
played. 

The devastating church 
fire of 1933 was vividly 
described by a piece writ¬ 
ten by a resident of Coly¬ 
ton who overlooked the 
church at the time. The fire 
was started by faulty 
electrics, during a period 
of church renovations 
shortly after a successful 
harvest service. 

Renovations have con¬ 


tinued since the fire until, 
most recently, the West 
Window was completed in 
2010. Other modern addi¬ 
tions highlighted included 
the organ, installed in 
1973, with organist 
Nicholas Brown playing 
“Tocatta”. 

The Son et Lumiere fin¬ 
ished with the dawning of 
the new millenium, with 
focus on the cross of the 
central arch and Christ’s 
figure from Oberammar- 
gau, and an epilogue from 
the Reverend Hilary Daw¬ 
son. 

The show was devised 
by Christine Sansom, Jilly 
Spencer and Nicholas 
Brown, with the readers 
and singers including: 
Ernest Fox (narrator), 
Nicholas Arrow, Christine 
Sansom, Kate Barker, 
Clare Mulley, Emily 
Green, David Green, 
Matilda Board, Nicholas 
Brown, the Reverend 
Nigel Freathy, Leslie 
Baker, Angela Sansom, 
Jilly Spencer, Emily Mul¬ 
ley, Naomi Green, Oliver 
Board, Christopher Pole- 
Carew, the Reverend Hi¬ 
lary Dawson and children 
from the King’s Club. 



■ LIT UP: The church was lit in different colous for the 
Son et Lumiere Photos by Jane Dauncey 



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Tuesday October 16th 2012 


Seaton support for air ambulance 


O NE of the joys of this 
job is to see at first 
hand just how hard 
so many people work to im¬ 
prove the lot of others. 

Elsewhere in this column I 
write about the good deeds 
of the Rotary movement, es¬ 
pecially their support for 
Shelterbox, the interna¬ 
tional relief charity that de¬ 
livers emergency shelter, 
warmth and dignity to peo¬ 
ple affected by disaster 
worldwide. 

Another charity which re¬ 
ceives wonderful support 
from this area and which 
would come near the top of 


most people’s favourite 
causes is the Devon Air Am¬ 
bulance. 

The service which has 
saved a countless number of 
lives since its formation in 
1992 came about after an 18 
year-old cyclist died in a 
crash. 

When his mother asked 
doctors at the hospital 
whether there was anything 
that might have been done to 
save her son, she was told 
that the quicker a patient re¬ 
ceives emergency medical 
treatment, the better the 
chance there is of survival. 

Six years later the first 


EDITOR 
AT LARGE 


Philip Evans 



Hotel to celebrate raising 
£5,000 at last August’s event 
and to thank all those who 
had worked so hard. 

Colin and his team are al¬ 
ready planning next sum¬ 


mer’s week-long programme 
which they hope will be just 
as successful in the knowl¬ 
edge that every pound 
raised goes towards saving a 
life. 


I'M SPENDING most Saturday afternoons at Sector Lane 
covering the Tigers for our sports section which is never a 
chore. The Carpetmen play in Division One of the South West 
Peninsular League, the highest standard in this part of the 
world, and on Saturday found themselves in the giddy heights 
of second place. 

Although resigned to moving to their new ground in Chard 
Road at some time in the future, there's a real buzz around Sec¬ 
tor Lane this season. Good sized crowds and plenty of banter. 

Things are also going well down at Cloakham Lawn where 
Millwey Rise are playing for the first time in the Perry Street Pre¬ 
mier League and more than holding their own, despite losing 
to my home town team Lyme Regis 5-1 on Saturday (had to get 
that one in)! 

Both sides run a Reserves team and have burgeoning youth 
set-ups and with Beer and Seaton both in the Devon & Exeter 
Premier League, it makes me wonder whether football has ever 
been stronger in the Axe Valley. Long may it continue. 



Devon Air 
Ambulance 
went into 
operation. 

Now there 
are two 
helicop¬ 
ters flying 
seven 
days a 1 
week at a 
cost of £4.5 
million a 
year. 

That money 
comes entirely from 
voluntary contributions 
and fundraising events with 
hundreds of people around 
the county working tire¬ 
lessly to keep the helicop¬ 
ters operational. 

People like Colin Pearce 
(pictured) who has been col¬ 
lecting for Devon Air Am¬ 


bulance 
around 
years, 
couple 
years 
Colin got a 
few friends 
together to 
form the 
f S e a t o n 
Devon Air 
Ambulance 
Support 
Group to organ¬ 
ise a week of 
_ events to boost local 
financial support. 

The week was a great suc¬ 
cess, raising several thou¬ 
sands of pounds and has 
now become an annual 
event. 

On Saturday, Colin and 
his loyal supporters got to¬ 
gether at the Eyre Court 


Rotarians, always 
there, always helping 

■ I'VE always been a huge admirer of the Rotary movement. I 
shudder to think how many Rotary-organised events I have 
covered over the years and could not start to make an estima¬ 
tion of how much money they have raised in our community 
during that time. 

The Rotary movement is truly worldwide with more than 1.2 
million members in 34,000 clubs in 200 countries. In Great 
Britain and Ireland there are 1,850 clubs comprising 53,000 
members, men and women of all ages and backgrounds. 

East Devon has grown accustomed over the years to the good 
deeds of our local Rotary Clubs, supporting worthy causes, ho¬ 
nouring community leaders, encouraging others to help them¬ 
selves and collecting to ease pain and suffering all over the 
world. Their support for the brilliant Shelterbox charity has 
been awe inspiring. 

Rarely a week passes without Rotarians being seen out in the 
streets or organising an event such as the Swimathon at Sid- 
mouth on Saturday evening which has raised huge sums over 
the last five years. 

The swimathon attracted 24 sponsored teams who had to 
swim 55 laps of the pool, raising money to help Sidmouth 
Scouts in their move to new headquarters on Salcombe Hill. 

I popped over to Sidmouth to cover the event for our Sid¬ 
mouth edition and it was clear that the Rotarians had the or¬ 
ganisation down to a tee, always a hallmark of Rotary events. 


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NEWS FROM THE VILLAGES 


j Tuesday October 16th 2012 


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Villages rewarded for doing East Devon proud 




By Anders Larsson 

ander s(a)t indlenews .co.uk 


SIX villages have been 
congratulated by East 
Devon District Council for 
doing the area proud in the 
CPRE Best Kept Village 
Competition (Devon). 

The competition is run 
by The Campaign for the 
Protection of Rural Eng¬ 
land, and EDDC pays trib¬ 
ute to high-achieving 
entrants from the district. 

Representatives of 
Hawkchurch, Musbury, 
Upottery, Talaton, Dal- 
wood and Offwell were in¬ 


vited to a presentation cer¬ 
emony on October 10th 
along with CPRE compe¬ 
tition co-ordinator Diana 
Moyse. 

EDDC chairman Peter 
Halse congratulated all of 
the villages that had taken 
part in the 2012 competi¬ 
tion. He then invited Diana 
Moyse to address the 


meeting, who said that vil¬ 
lages are at the heart of the 
rural environment. 

She thanked EDDC for 
its support over the years 
and for acknowledging the 
villages within the district 
which had scored high 
points but were not neces¬ 
sarily Devon-wide win¬ 
ners. 


Over £900 donated from Hawkchurch Fete 


■ MEDAL SHARE: Dalwood was joint second best of 
the East Devon entries in the Small Village category. 
Kathy Laing and Wilf Slee collected the certificate, 
flanked by EDDC vice-chairman Frances Newth and 
EDDC chairman Peter Halse 


■ TOP OF THE TABLE: Talaton won the Devon-wide 
Past Winners’ category 


■ SO CLOSE: Upottery was the East Devon runner-up 
in the Large Village category with Kerry Kennell, John 
Cornish and David Key picking up the award. Below, 
EDDC leader Graham Godbeer accepted the certificate 
for being joint second among in the Small Village cate¬ 
gory on Offwell’s behalf, with EDDC vice-chairman 
Frances Newth and chairman Peter Halse. 




■ TRIUMPHS: Above left, Hawkchurch was the highest placed East Devon entry in the Small Village category, 
with Tim Greenshields and Peter Searle represented the village at the awards ceremony. Above right, Musbury 
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Despite a loss on the fete itself, which had to be 
moved to the Village Hall due to appalling weather in 
August, regular fundraisers throughout the year and 
other events during the fete week meant the commit¬ 
tee could donate £911 at the village’s harvest supper 
last Sunday. 

Daniel Bright handed out £171 to the Village Hall, 
£100 to the football club 
and £320 each to Devon 
Air Ambulance and 
Macmillan Cancer Sup¬ 
port. 

These donations follow 
£246 for Diamond Jubilee 
children’s mugs and 
£90.50 to Hawkchurch 
Tennis Club donated ear¬ 
lier in the year. 

Money raised at the vil¬ 
lage’s recent Harvest 
Auction in The Old Inn was 
also donated to the 
Church Tower Fund. 

Flowers and gifts were 
handed to Peter and Mar¬ 
guerite Searle. long¬ 
standing members of 
Hawkchurch Fete Com¬ 
mittee, who recently an¬ 
nounced their resignation. 



■ CHEQUE MATES: Daniel Bright presents Simon Card 
from Devon Air Ambulance with their donation (top 
left), and Jean Ramsford picks up a donation for the 
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FEATURES 


Pulman’s View 

■ from the ■ 

churches 

With NIGEL SPELLER 

AS PREVIOUSLY reported, the bi-yearly National Conference 
for Anglican Deaneries has just been held in Derbyshire with an 
attendance of over 100. 

The theme was ‘The Shape of things to come’ and shared ways 
in which resources of people and pounds can be found to assist 
the task of parishes in furthering God’s work, especially when fi¬ 
nances are critical. A full report will follow in due course. 

As a step about buying and saving for church work, news was 
given of a Church of England scheme offering advice on church 
costs of heat and light, stationery and office equipment. Email 
contact procurement@churchofengland.org for more details 

The Exeter Companion Diocese of Cyprus and the Gulf have 
places on a pilgrimage to Georgia in the Caucasus from April 
26th to May 5th 2013, led by their Bishop Michael Lewis. Flying 
is from and to Heathrow - email bishop @spidernet .com .cy for 
more details. 

The National Churches Trust, which funds church repairs, says 
the number of applications it has received for grants doubled last 
year. The trust has warned that historic churches are crumbling 
as the effects of metal theft and the recession take their toll. All 
possible precautions should be taken. 

The diocese said farewell to the Bishop of Crediton, Bob 
Evens, and his wife Sue, having been with us for the past eight 
years, at a well supported cathedral service in Exeter. His suc¬ 
cessor as Bishop of Crediton was announced last week. 

More news from Exeter, where the diocese has a new Youth 
Work Adviser called Paul Reisbach from September 2012. He 
will join with Katherine Lyddon who will be working part time. 
Those with youth issues or who simply wish to welcome him, 
can make contact at paul.reisbach@exeter.anglican.org 

The Offwell group of parishes in East Devon are looking for¬ 
ward to the arrival of their new incumbent from Maidstone, the 
Revd Peter Walker and his wife Diana, who will be licensed at 
Cotleigh Church on the evening of October 24th. 

Pastor Darell Holmes writes from Kilmington Baptist Church 
to say they have now submitted their planning application for a 
replacement chapel on a new site within the village. 

After months of negotiation, consultation and perspiration, they 
feel they have a building design and site layout which will serve 
the congregation and area for generations to come and that has 
the almost unanimous backing of the community. 

Pastor Darrell concludes: “Since the fire destroyed our chapel 
in March 2009, we have travelled a steep learning curve but hope 
that finally the prospect of the third chapel in the life of the con¬ 
gregation is now in reach.” 

We send them good wishes for this venture. 



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BORN a Geordie lad. Mayor of Colyford John Mills attended university in Hull, where he met his wife Vicky. 
They moved to Exeter in 1970 when Vicky started teacher training and John joined Devon County Council 
as a trainee accountant. The couple moved to their dream house in Colyford in 1987 with their three chil¬ 
dren. John said village activities have occupied much of his time since his first week in Colyford - he joined 
the Colyford Burgesses straight away and is now in his third year as mayor, which comes to an end this 
November. He was also recruited to the Colyford Goose Fayre Committee and has been involved ever since. 


• WERE you pleased with the success of this year's 
Goose Fayre? 

The fayre was again incredibly successful this year and 
attracted around 3,000 people. It is a great joy to me and 
everyone in the village that so many people have a lovely 
time. The fayre is also a very significant unifying force 
within the village, providing a wonderful opportunity for 
villagers to get to know each other, support each other and 
to work together for the common good. It is great to see 
and hear the banter between volunteers as they prepare 
for the fayre. It is also good to see the funds raised by the 
fayre to support activities in the village and local commu¬ 
nities. 

• WHAT do you enjoy about the event? 

I have had my trials and tribulations with the Goose Fayre 
over a long period of time, being secretary from 1991 to 
2001. Great joy when the stallholders and performers had 
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lice would turn up to stop the traffic to enable the proces¬ 
sion to start. My current role is much less onerous - as 
Mayor, I have great pleasure in leading the procession 
through the village with Vicky and in opening the fayre 
rather than doing all the hard work! 

• HOW long have you served in Colyford Burgesses? 

I have been a Burgess since moving to Colyford (all those 
living in the Colyford postal district can become a Burgess) 
and I'm now coming to the end of my third year as mayor. 
I am very proud to have persuaded the other Burgesses 
earlier this year that women, as well as men, should be en¬ 
titled to be Burgesses. While it has been immensely reward¬ 
ing to have been mayor, I am a firm believer that the 
position should be time limited and I do not propose to 
stand for re-election on November 2nd. Vicky and I will, 
however, give as much support as we can to the new 
mayor and his/her partner. 

• THE Burgesses have been working with Devon 
County Council on the Stop Line Way cycle route 
through Colyford. What are you hoping to achieve from 
this? 

For some time now the Burgesses have had serious con¬ 
cerns about the safety of the proposed Stop Line Way cycle 
route through Colyford. We were very pleased, therefore, 
when the county council gave us a six-month period in 
which to come up with an acceptable off-road solution and 
we are now working closely with local organisations, 
landowners and statutory authorities to see if this is possi¬ 
ble. Our dream is to have a complete off road cycle way 
from Seaton right up to Colyford tram station and possibly 
beyond. 

€ ARE you involved with any other local organisations? 

I have been involved with many other local organisations 
in and around Colyford - I audit the accounts of Colyford 
Memorial Hall and Colyford Garden Society, and was treas¬ 
urer to Colyton Scout group for many years. I'm also secre¬ 
tary of the Devon Historic Churches Trust and treasurer to 
the South West Coast Path Association. I also advise other 
charities on finance and investment matters. Contrary to 
popular belief, accountancy need not be boring! 

• WHAT are your personal interests? 

My personal interests are centred around the family and 
Vicky, and we spend as much time as we can with our 
children and grandson and eagerly await the birth of 
another grandchild in November. We also enjoy walking 
and gardening, and try very hard to play a half decent 
round of golf occasionally. 

€ WHAT do you like about living in Colyford? 

Colyford has given our family a lot of pleasure and joy over 
the years. It is also a very caring village, with people looking 
out for each other. It is great to be involved in such a vibrant 
community, with so much going on every day of the week. 
The physical location of the place is also stunning and from 
our garden we can see the sea, the meandering River Axe 
and the hills all around. It is very important, however, for 
new people to come forward to volunteer to take on 
responsibilities, otherwise much of what is good about 
village activities will disappear.The things we enjoy cannot 
always be left to "somebody else" to organise. 

• WHAT would you change about or add to the village? 

One thing I would like to add to the village is a proper foot¬ 
way with a safe crossing near to St Michael's and the village 
shops. The volume and speed of traffic is always a hazard 
for children and people with mobility problems. 

■ John is pictured with wife Vicky at his recent gradua¬ 
tion from the prestigious Sir John Cass Business School 
at City University, London, where he gained a Master 
of Science degree with Distinction in Charity Finance 
and Accounting 


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scene' 


Written by countryside 
correspondent 

Tony Jackson 

Beware of deer - 
it’s rutting season 

A WEEK or so ago, I heard the eerie whistling call of a rut¬ 
ting sika stag. It was a calm, clear evening and as the light 
faded and the colour was slowly leached from the meadow 
grass, I watched as a pricket with single spike antlers and 
four brown-coated hinds emerged from the cover of a deep, 
dark conifer forest with typical sika caution to graze spas¬ 
modically. 

These are the Japanese sika first brought to this country 
in 1860, when a pair was given to the London Zoological 
Gardens, and others were sent to Powerscourt in Co Wick¬ 
low. 

Here, within 24 years, the Irish herd had increased to over 
100 and a number of sikar were given away or sold, some 
coming to England to form small colonies in parks and from 
which many quickly escaped. 

Another type of sika, the Manchurian, was also imported 
to Britain sometime before the Great War. This deer is con¬ 
siderably larger than the Japanese sika, standing higher at 
the shoulder and with wider spreading, thicker antlers; rep¬ 
resentatives, displaying Manchurina blood, are still found 
in Lancashire. 

In our region, the deep, dark and damp conifer woods of 
West Dorset provide ideal habitat for the Japanese sika 
which were first introduced to the area in 1896 when a num¬ 
ber of the deer, brought to Brownsea Island, Poole quickly 
swam to the mainland to found the Purbeck side colony. 

Soon after the end of World War I another contingent es¬ 
caped from a park at Hyde, north of Wareham, to establish 
the sika herds which now colonise the Wareham side. 

Not so far away, in the New Forest is yet another colony, 
which is believed to have escaped from the Beaulieu estate. 
These deer carry antlers which are very different to those 
of the Dorset sika. 

At this time of the year, a stranger to the countryside and 
perhaps strolling through woodland, may be deeply alarmed 
to hear the strange piercing call of a rutting stag echoing 
through the forest. 

Loud, rising in pitch, repeated again and again to end in a 
grunt, to the unknowing it can be extremely alarming. 
These stags, during the time of the rut, can also be very 
aggressive and have been known to attack humans. 

They are also swift and savage fighters amongst them¬ 
selves, often breaking their antlers when fighting for dom¬ 
ination of hinds. 

A rutting stag at this time of the year is not a pretty sight! 
Coarse of hair, thick-necked and plastered with mud from 
wallowing in pools and splashes, his belly is stained and 
rank with urine. The venison is also to be avoided at this 
time of the year! 

Whilst watching the sika, I was surrounded by scores of 
house martins, hawking back and forth for insects life as 
they stocked up for their migration to tropical Africa. 

Shortly before they depart, huge flocks of martin, and 
swallows, gather in swarms to wheel and dart in their hun¬ 
dreds. Now they have all departed and we shall not see them 
again before next April. 

Meanwhile, ornithologist Ian Waite from Seaton tells me 
that amongst birds recently seen on the Seaton wetlands and 
migrating south have been several Little Stints, three 
Curlew Sandpipers, Wood Sandpipers and an American vis¬ 
itor, a Pectoral Sandpiper. 

Black-tailed Godwits included two birds ringed by the 
Axe Estuary Ringing Group and returning from their breed¬ 
ing grounds in Iceland. An elusive Spotted crake has also 
been seen. 

Several Ospreys have passed through, while a Marsh Har¬ 
rier also sent a day on the wetlands. Now the first of the 
wigeon have begun to arrive from Russia as the last of the 
Wheatears departs south. 

The year’s cycle is in full swing, trees are changing colour 
to autumn russets and reds and all too soon winter will be 
upon us. 



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

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YOUR LETTER COULD WIN £10 VOUCHER to spend at Archway Bookshop, Axminster 


On the contrary, EDDC 
has stood up for town! 


■ I HAVE read with lots 
of interest the coverage of 
the proposed 90 flats at 
the Seaton Quay / former 
Racal site on the edge of 
the Axe Estuary. 

I am dismayed that all 
the readers letters have 
focused on how EDDC 
has short-changed Seaton 
yet again. 

On the contrary; EDDC 
has stood up for Seaton, 
the youth of Seaton and 
average income 

households in the area. 

I would like to clarify a 
few points; originally the 
developers were required 
to provide 36 affordable 
units (40 per cent), £375k 
for employment land 
provision and £162,508 
contribution for recreation 
within the town. 

The developer wanted to 
revise these stipulations 
and replace them with a 
single contribution to the 
town of £500k and NO 
affordable housing at all. 

Therefore Seaton would 


miss out on 36 affordable 
units for the youth of the 
town and £37,508 towards 
employment land 

provision and recreation. 

The ‘local’, but not Axe 
valley-based developers, 
claim in the current 
economic climate the 
obligations placed on the 
development make it 
unviable - perhaps they 
are just wanting to 
increase their profits to the 
detriment of Seaton’s 


future? 

Ninety flats would yield 
a lot of profit for 
somebody and it wouldn’t 
be the people of Seaton! 

If the development is 
unviable then perhaps it 
should be revised to 
provide amenities for the 
town - give a reason for 
people to come to the 
town not just unaffordable 
flats. 

Some of your readers 
may not be aware of the 


plight of young people on 
average incomes and how 
difficult it is to get on the 
housing ladder. 

Colyton and Beer have 
had affordable housing 
developments in recent 
years - this is Seaton’s 
opportunity and I fully 
support EDDC for 
standing up for the town. 

Well done. I, as a young 
person living in Seaton, 
hope EDDC maintains its 
stance and doesn’t get 


railroaded by the wealthy 
developers. 

Louise Hancock 
Seaton 



Post Office closure is a blow to Colyton 


■ THE closure of Wilkies and the 
Post Office is a blow to the people 
of Colyton and those who tried to 
save it. 

Four year ago Trevor Colman 
MEP (UKIP) was warning in a 
pamphlet that 2,500 Post Offices 
would be closed, why? Well a 
decision was made by the then EU 
Competition Commissioner, Neelie 
Kroes a Dutch politician, that the 
Post Office network had to be 
reduced by 2,500 under a 


transformation programme which 
had to end. 

Her brief included “ensuring a 
level playing field for business in 
Europe, and fair prices and wide 
choice for consumers”, yes really. 

The Post Office had no choice as 
politicians did not oppose this 
measure all being committed to the 
EU Project. 

So Post Office Local was born 
which meant less money and 
services for former sub offices re¬ 


designated as local. 

Musbury’s Post Office will close 
soon and relocate in the garage shop 
but, of course, the same problem 
could occur here. 

I hope that someone will take on 
the Post Office in Colyton but in 
these difficult economic times it 
will not be easy. For information 
visit www.ukipdevon.org.uk. 

Alec Yates 
UKIP Axe Valley 
Colyford 


Hotel owner colls 
for review of rates 


■ I READ with interest your article in 
the edition of Tuesday, September 25th 
entitled “Lack of accommodation 
hindering market town”. 

As an accommodation provider 
myself, it is interesting to read that the 
forum’s findings show that there is a 
lack of accommodation in the Honiton 
area. 

Having taken ownership of Home 
Farm Hotel in July last year, I have 
found that, aside from a handful of days 
in the summer, the hotel is rarely full. 

We currently average 75 per cent 
during the summer months (when our 
trade is mostly holidaymakers and 
weekend breakers), and 30 to 40 per 
cent during the low season (when our 
guests are predominantly business 
people). 

Furthermore, as we are a midrange 
option in terms of price, we should be 
well positioned to attract a wide range 


of clientele coming to the area. 

Regarding the prohibiting effect of 
outdated business rates; your article has 
spurred me into discussions with the 
business rates valuation team regarding 
my current rates, and I would encourage 
other businesses to do the same. 

A final point: being a newcomer to 
this area of Devon, my impression of 
Honiton is that of a thriving market 
town with plenty to offer both locals 
and visitors. 

The question I would therefore like to 
ask, is whether more accommodation is 
required, or whether in fact we simply 
need a greater awareness of what 
accommodation is available, not just in 
Honiton, but also in the surrounding 
areas? 

Ashley Gray, 
Home Farm Hotel 
Wilmington 


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Tuesday, October 16 2011 HONITONCARNIVAL 17 




THIS year’s Honiton 
Carnival entries will line 
up in Ottery Moor Busi¬ 
ness Park ready fora 
7.30pm start. When the 
road closes at 7.00pm 
Majorette troupes will 
be parading up through 
the High Street to enter¬ 
tain the crowds while 
waiting for the carnival 
procession to start. 

From 7.30pm Honiton 
will come alive with 
music and lights, floats 
travel the length of the 
High Street up to Monk- 
ton Road. We ask that 
you please show your 
appreciation for the 
floats and walking en¬ 
tries that take part as so 
much work has gone 
into them throughout 
the year. 

Official collecting tins 
and floats will be going 
up and down the route 
to collect for local char¬ 
ities. If everyone watch¬ 
ing the carnival donated 
just £1 then we would 
be able to cover our ex¬ 


penses and donate more 
to charities such as this 
year's - Help for Heroes 
and the Baton Appeal. 
Collection tins are also 
in most pubs along the 
High Street. For safety 
reasons, please do not 
throw coins at any of the 
other floats. 

The Carnival Commit¬ 
tee would like to thank 
the sponsors of the car¬ 
nival who make the pro¬ 
cession possible. Also 
the businesses and asso¬ 
ciations that help in 
other ways with no cost 
the Carnival, these in¬ 
clude; 

Turks Head Lodge - 
for use of the venue and 
help organising events. 

Crudge Coaches - 
who provide transport 
for entries on carnival 
night. 

Town Council - for 
grant and support 

Honiton Business Park 
- for the use of the Busi¬ 
ness Park for the line up 
area 


Amity Hair - for 
styling the hair of our 
Carnival Queen and 
Princess for the proces¬ 
sion. 

ASH Safety - for pro¬ 
vision of radio equip¬ 
ment 

Pantomime, Twirl- 
stars and George Blake 
for children's entertain¬ 
ment. 

Honiton Golf Club - 
for organising an annual 
carnival competition. 

Landrover Experience 
of Awliscombe- For 
kindly lending us a' lan¬ 
drover every week. 

All of the local busi¬ 
ness that have agreed to 
display posters to adver¬ 
tise our events and help 
in any other way to 
make the carnival a suc¬ 
cess. 

We would like to ask 
for the support of people 
in the town by attending 
the events we are put¬ 
ting on which will help 
to ensure that the carni¬ 
val continues. 


Collection Tins 

If everyone watching the 
carnival donated £1 we would be 
able to cover our expenses and 
donate more to charities such as 
this year's - Help for Heroes and 
the Baton Appeal. Collection Tins 
are also in most pubs along the 
High Street. 


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CARNIVAL 

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Special thanks to the sponsors of this year's 

Honiton Carnival 


J R Layzell & Sons 
Slades 

Bests of Honiton 
Paul Richards Motors 
Honiton Garage 
FJ Jackson & Sons 
Thomas Wescott 
Archant 

To an Fro Car & Van Hire 
Martha Mockford 


Dorset Auto Spares 
The Bed Centre 
Michael's House of Hair 
Mr & Mrs Patrick Allen 
Delve Electrical 
The Paper Shop 
East Devon Garden Care 
Natural Beauty by Bev 
The Hair Lounge 
The Bale Group 


Your support is greatly appreciated 
THANK YOU without you we would not be able to put 
on such a successful carnival. Thank you also to 
Myrtle Harris for finding our sponsors. 

If any local business is interested in sponsoring the carnival 
in future please contact the Secretary - 07951 438598. 


SUNDAY 21ST OCTOBER 

Quiz Night - 7pm at Turks Head Lodge. 

Min. 2 per team. £2 per person. Food available. 

MONDAY 22ND OCTOBER 

Fashion Show by Travelling Trends - 7.30pm 
at Turks Head Lodge. Tickets £5 available from committee 
members or tel: 07951 438598. No ordering, try on and buy 
at prices to suit everybody. 

TUESDAY 23RD OCTOBER 

Children's Party Night (up to 7s-ish!) - 5.30pm til 7.30pm 
at Mackarness Hall. Entry £2 including Sausage and Beans supper. 
Fancy Dress Competition and entertainment. 

THURSDAY 25TH OCTOBER 

Ice Skating Disco (7s to 12s-ish!) 5pm til 8pm 
at Turks Head Lodge. Entry £1.50 

FRIDAY 26TH OCTOBER 

We will all be at Ottery St Mary Carnival 

SATURDAY 27TH OCTOBER 

Carnival Day - Grand Carnival Procession 
starting at 7.30pm 

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THE 2012 Honiton Carnival 
Queen is Chloe Broom and the 
Carnival Princess is Chloe's sister 
Kayleigh . The sisters have repre¬ 


sented the town at some of the 
East Devon Carnivals and will be 
on their float at the Ottery carnival 
and the Honiton carnival. 


Chloe and Kayleigh are pictured in 
the Land Rover which Land Rover 
Experience of Awliscombe kindly 
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Dairy Farm Worker 

Honiton outskirts 
48 Hours per week 
Permanent 

To care for milking cows and young 
stock. To assist with the milking and 
some tractor work in the yards and 
fields. Previous experience is essential. 
Wages will be reviewed after an initial 
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Milking assistant 

Honiton outskirts 
50 hours per week 
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BLACK & Decker Lawn Raker £25 01404 45260 
BATHROOM Wall Heater £5 01404 45260 
STEAM wall paper stripper £15 01404 45260 
VALOR Black Beauty Unigas balanced flue, gas fire. 
Excellent condition £20.Tel 07516 595163 
STAINLESS steel sink £15, Franke Calypso Fragranite 
oatmeal sink £20. Both complete with chrome tap. 
Tel 07516 595163 

BICYCLES, suit 7 to 12 year old boys. 15 and 21 
gears. £40.00 each. Telephone 01404 43725 
KAYAK-LIME green and white, Islander Calypso 
with fishing rod holder, Full package seat-i- top-of- 
the range paddle, Excellent condition as only 10 
months old, £310 tel Diane Earle: (01297) 445877 
CASHMERE Coat Italian Red unworn £34, Bow 
fronted corner unit, shelves on top medium colour 
wood £59 can deliver 01297 553064 
WOODEN fire surround, white, good condition. £10 
Tel 07516 595163 

ECKO Hostess table top food warmer with 4 food 
containers, only used twice £35 ono 01297 33045 
HOOVER upright vacuum cleaner, model Turbo 
Power2, including spares, hardly used £35 ono 
01297 33045 

EDWARDIAN bureau mahogany colour £55 01297 
24642 


ELECTRIC Golf trolley c/w battery, charger & golf 
bag , a seat can also be attached, trolley in good 
working order. £70 Axminster area 07544 730043 
SILK Lampshades x 2. Brand new would suit centre 
rose fitting or lamps. Colour is gold/neutral. £10 per 
lampshade. Call 01297 445877 
RALEIGH 10-speed girl's bike,twist grip change, ex¬ 
cellent condition, hardly used. Suit 10 yrs +. Ideal 
Xmas present £65 01297 631 805 
FOLDING slatted bed 34"x66"fire proofed mattress 
excellent condition £50 01297 553019 
YAMAHA electronic keyboard pristine condition £40 
01297 553019 

FIRE surround wood finish glass doors C/W electric 
wood burning stove and hood £50 01297 24600 
DOUBLE bed silent night four drawers excellent con¬ 
dition £75 solid pine headboard £25 01297 444773 
FULL cover weather protection for caravan / motor- 
man 14'x 17' in length, riviera cozi recently pur¬ 
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GOOD quality coarse fishing tac kale two carbon 
rods abu and mitcheil reels umbrella nets £150 
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THREE seater six cushion settee cream fabric beau¬ 
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Has the following vacancies, 

Part time carer’s 

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

Activity Coordinator(s) 

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

House Keeper 

5 Days per week inc alternate weekends 9am — 1pm 

Those interested please contact 
Judith on: 01297 22629. 


Position open to work for a 
small team based in Honiton and 
working in the woodland industry. 

You will be planting new woodlands on a 
commercial scale during the winter months. 

The successful applicant will be required 
to work in all weather and will be 
employed until April 2013. 
Chainsaw license desirable but not essential. 

8 hours a day Tuesday - Friday. 
Please email - 

daniel@drmtrees.orangehome.co.uk 
with your CV 


WANTED! Vinyl records, private collector wants rock 
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MATCHING SUITE 3 and 2 seater sofas with ad¬ 
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for all. Buyer collects. (Kilmington) 07598 385011 or 
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ART course painting and drawing made easy in fold¬ 
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MUSICAL and opera scores, de fledermause ...car- 
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Axe Vale Orchestra concert to feature 
unusual pieces and old favourites 


LYME REGIS 


Saturday 27th October 

SANDI 
THOM 

Doors 7.45pm 
Onstage 8.30pm 
£15.00 1 £13.00 Cones. 

bncoont Available 



A PREMIERE, an unusual piece by a classical 
composer, and well-known favourites make up the 
next concert by The Axe Vale Orchestra. 

Now starting its seventh year, the orchestra has 
again invited Anthony Halstead to run a workshop 
weekend on October 20th and 21st, which will end 
with a concert on Sunday, October 21st at 3pm in 
The Minster in Axminster. 

Local composer Gordon Langford has written 
several works for this orchestra and other local mu¬ 
sicians. Sketches for the ‘Axminster Overture’ 
were started some time ago, but were laid aside on 
account of other pressures and have been ‘re-dis¬ 
covered’. 

The orchestra are sure the piece with its fanfare 
opening, its melodies, interesting harmony and 
contrasts will delight listeners. 

An unusual piece will be Robert Schumann’s 
‘Concert Piece for Four Horns and Orchestra’ (Op. 
86), first performed in 1850 by the horns of the 
Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra. Schumann ex¬ 
ploits the possibilities of the (then) recently in¬ 


vented valve horn, and makes virtuosic demands 
on his players. The four soloists for this perform¬ 
ance will be the Otter Valley Horn Quartet (Hilary 
Gunn, Trevor Ives, Jonathan Stoneman and Joanna 
White) who have been playing together for almost 
5 years. 

The energy and melody of Dvorak’s Slavonic 
Dances (Op. 46 nos 4 & 7), evoking scenes of his 
native Bohemia and Moravia, made them immedi¬ 
ately popular when they were first published in the 
1870s, and they have remained in the orchestral 
repertoire (as well as in piano and band arrange¬ 
ments) ever since. 

Another well-known piece will be Beethoven’s 
Second Symphony in D major, a symphony which 
respects some classical traditions, but also broke 
new ground at the time and evoked both adulation 
and puzzlement at its first performance in 1802. 

Tickets for the concert are available from the 
Archway Bookshop in Axminster (01297 33585) 
or on the door at £9 (£5 for students). 


Local band release free download 

DEVON-BASED acoustic duo 
Simon & Rhys released a free song 
download last Friday. 

The song ‘Refuge’ is taken from 
their forthcoming EP entitled XIV, 
due for release in late October. 

‘Refuge’ showcases a lighter and 
more upbeat side to the band than 
their debut album, Angles, which 
was released in January. 

Refuge was release on Friday, Oc¬ 
tober 12th and is available for free 
from the band's website, www.si- 
monandrhy s. com 


Brain Gym 


No.191 


Codeword 


Each number in the grid represents a different letter of the 
alphabet and every letter of the alphabet is used. Use the 
given letter(s) to the right of the main grid to start you off. 



LAST WEEK’S SOLUTION: 


1 

D 

2 

G 

3 

E 

4 

J 

5 

u 

6 

Y 

W 

8 

R 

9 

P 

10 

o 

ii 

T 

12 

H 

13 

N 

Q 

15 

L 

16 

K 

17 

z 

18 

V 

19 

A 

20 

X 

21 

M 

22 

s 

23 

F 

24 

c 

25 

26 

B 


i 

14 

2 

15 

3 

16 

4 

17 

5 

18 

1 

6 

19 

7 

20 

8 

21 

w 

9 

22 

10 

23 

11 

24 

12 

25 

13 

26 


Double Crossword 


Choose either quick or cryptic clues - both 
fit the same grid. 


Cryptic Clues: 

Across 

1. It just goes to show 
how time passes! 

(5) 

4. Comes into line for 
clothes (7) 

8. A case for travelling 
light (7) 

9. A topping decora¬ 
tion (5) 

10. Dog food? (4) 

11. Feeling fed-up! (8) 

13. Saucy vessel? (4) 

14. Look equal (4) 

16. Ugly in an awkward 
way (8) 

17. The ship that ended 
the embargo (4) 

20. A number holding 
no end of wood (5) 

21. Made allowances? 

(7) 

22. Part of the meal 
you leave, we hear 
(7) 

23. One may slip and 
fall into it (5) 


Down 

1. Properly managed, 
as efficient orches¬ 
tras are! (4-9) 

2. Colour and leave 
the dance (5) 

3. List familiar to the 
last worker (4) 

4. No answer? (6) 

5. Grows about ten 
different wines (8) 

6. Unusual threats 
really surprise (7) 

7. Fixed rule deciding 
priority in a queue? 
(8,5) 

12. Opera featuring just 
one player? (8) 

13. They should be 
allowed to be them¬ 
selves, we’re told 
(7) 

15. Steps a brave man 
won’t take (6) 

18. A helicopter needs 
it, going up and 
down (5) 

19. Title from Latin 
America (4) 




Quick Clues: 

Across 

1. Trap (5) 

4. Lower (7) 

8. Titular (7) 

9. Subject (5) 

10. Greek love-god (4) 

11. To pain (8) 

13. Cease (4) 

14. Proceed (4) 

16. Birth (8) 

17. Got up (4) 

20. Drone (5) 

21. Assuage (7) 

22. Theft (7) 

23. Crush (5) 


Down 

1. Self-important (13) 

2. Speed (5) 

3. Suspend (4) 

4. Flood (6) 

5. Fatherly (8) 

6. Utter (7) 

7. Reticence (13) 

12. Talk (8) 

13. Colonist (7) 

15. Tempestuous (6) 

18. Corpulent (5) 

19. Applaud (4) 



Sudoku 




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LAST WEEK’S 
SOLUTIONS > 

Fill in the grid below 
so that every column, 
every row and each 
of the 3x3 boxes 
contains all the digits 
from 1 to 9. 


9 

i 

8 

7 

2 

5 

3 

4 

6 

5 

3 

4 

6 

9 

1 

2 

8 

7 

6 

2 

7 

4 

8 

3 

5 

1 

9 

2 

' 8 

3 

9 

1 

' 7 

4 

6 

5 

4 

5 

9 

2 

6 

8 

T 

7 

3 

~7 

6 

1 

3 

5 

4 

V 

2 

6 

1 

' 7 

5 

8 

4 

9 

6 

3 

2 

8 

IT 

2 

1 

3 

6 

7 

5 

4 

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7 

2 

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9 

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LAST WEEK’S CIRCLEGRAM SOLUTION: 

The letter represented by the question mark is 
A. Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, all Australian 
cities. 

LAST WEEK’S CROSSWORD SOLUTIONS: 
CRYPTIC - Across: 3 Lost heart; 8 Echo; 9 Sap¬ 
phires; 10 Parson; 11 Asset; 14 Races; 15 Saps; 
16 Aries; 18 Tier; 20 Clear; 21 Reams; 24 Martin; 
25 Paper clip; 26 Scum; 27 Still wine. Down: 1 
Temperate; 2 Character; 4 Oran; 5 Tapes; 6 Ex¬ 
iles; 7 Reed; 9 Sousa; 11 Amiss; 12 Take stock; 
13 Astronomy; 17 Scrap; 19 Reveal; 22 Macaw; 
23 Fast; 24 Mien. QUICK - Across: 3 Constable; 
8 Oven; 9 Associate; 10 Profit; 11 Glean; 14 
Total; 15 Leer; 16 Exits; 18 None; 20 Tells; 21 
Growl; 24 Single; 25 Constrain; 26 Once; 27 
Imprudent. Down: 1 Competent; 2 Revolting; 4 
Oust; 5 Stool; 6 Animal; 7 Late; 9 Aisle; 11 Grill; 
12 Negligent; 13 Prospered; 17 Stain; 19 Eraser; 
22 World; 23 Form; 24 Sign. 


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Tuesday October 16th 2012 £ 


Blind pianist Bernard d’ Ascoli 
to give recital in Axminster 


BLIND since the age of four, Bernard d'Ascoli won First 
Prize in the Barcelona International Piano Competition 
at the age of nineteen. His success in the Leeds Piano 
Competition, in 1981, has led to Bernard being in great 
demand, playing in many prestigious world-wide venues. 

His particular affinity with the music of Chopin, shared 
with Joanna Leach, led to their collabora¬ 
tion in recording the complete Scherzi and 
Impromptus and a double album of all the 
Nocturnes, produced and edited by Joanna 
for her Athene-Minerva label. The CDs 
were enthusiastically received by many 
critics. 

"Soak in Bernard d’Ascoli’s delight in 
flinging his deft fingers into dramatic bouts 
of virtuosity, yet never losing the overall 
shape and purpose of the musical architec¬ 
ture." Denby Richards, Musical Opinion. 

"Bernard's playing awakened us to all the 
infinite potential of the piano, beyond 
human limitations. The instrument lived 
under his hands as he invited us into his 
magic world." Yaltah Menuhin. 

We can experience Bernard's artistry for 


ourselves! He is giving the final recital this year in the 
Joanna Leach Memorial Recitals series in The Minster, 
Axminster on Saturday 3rd November at 7:30pm, in sup¬ 
port of Hospiscare. 

Tickets are now on sale (£10) at the Archway Bookshop 
and Honiton TIC. 



ACOUSTIC TOUR COMES TO HONITON 


The 'Crafted Acoustic' Tour featur¬ 
ing a bill of Britain's brightest 
acoustic musicians is staging one of 
its shows on Friday 19th October at 
'Boston Tea Party' in Honiton'. The 
nationwide Tour, now in its second 
year and described as "A Must See" 
by 'Acoustic Magazine' is a series of 
concerts from acoustic instrumental¬ 
ist Chris Woods and singer-song- 
smith Cole Stacey, each delivering 
their own individual and inspiring 
sets. 

Chris Woods offering "Creatively 


Stunning Compositions" ('Sounding 
Board Magazine') is one of the UK's 
most exciting instrumentalists. The 
last 12 months have seen Chris earn¬ 
ing a publishing deal with Hal 
Leonard, his own column in 
'Acoustic Magazine' & wowing au¬ 
diences across the globe with high 
profile performances in the likes of 
USA and Germany. 

Cole Stacey from Awliscombe has 
racked up gigs with the likes of 
Midge Ure, Cara Dillon and Hayseed 
Dixie and has been described by 


Steve Knightley (Show Of Hands) as 
"An Impassioned & Ambitious 
Songwriter" . For this concert he is 
joined by musical partner and virtu¬ 
oso multi-instrumentalist Joseph O'- 
keefe ("Stylish and timeless" - 
Woman's Weekly) just 2 weeks before 
they release their highly anticipated 
first full studio album together 'On 
Hire'. 

The concert begins at 7:45pm at 
'Boston Ta Party', Honiton on Friday 
19th October and tickets are £5 are 
available from Boston Tea Party. 



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WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 17th 

Seaton: Jurassic Folk Singers Night - All welcome, 

Free Admission. At The Grove Nite Club. More info 
01297 20064 or www.eastdevonfolk.org 
Ottery St Mary: ‘Looking good and feeling great’ 
with Lizzie Fox. Award winning image consultant 
and personal stylist. 7.30-10pm at the Tumbling 
Wear Hotel. Tickets £6 per person, available from 
Trip Office. Telephone 01404 46529 for more de¬ 
tails or to book. 

FRIDAY OCTOBER 19th 

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

Uplyme: Royal British Legion Women’s Section 
Jazz Concert by The Sunset Cafe Stompers. In 
Uplyme Village Hall from 8pm. Refreshmetns 
and bar. Tickets £9 from 01297 442435 and Up¬ 
lyme Stores. 

SATURDAY OCTOBER 20th 

Ottery St Mary: Crowning of the Carnival Queen 

and Princess atThe Institute, Yonder Street from 

2pm. 

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

Chardstock: Coffee Morning at St Andrews C of 
E School, from llam-lpm. Cakes and savouries, 
tombola, sweets for the children and a coin chal¬ 
lenge. Everyone welcome. Raising funds for new 
production curtains in the school hall. 

Honiton: Stand up for Cancer in association with 
Cancer Research UK Jumble Sale. At the Ma¬ 
sonic Hall, Honiton Northcote Lane (EX141NP). 
12-4pm. For more details call 01404 44002. 

SUNDAY OCTOBER 21st 

Colyford: Table Top Sale at Colyford Memorial 
Hall, 9am-2pm, call 01297 23591 for more details. 
Seaton: TTie Seaton Beer and District Branch An¬ 
nual Sponsored Walk is on Sunday 21st October 
with a reserve date of the 28th in case of very 
bad weather or for those who can't make it on 
the 21st. Walking from Money Acre Corner on 
the Honiton road going down through Farway, 
Southleigh, Colyton, Colyford to Seaton. Start 
time 10am. For further details and a sponsor 
form please telephone (01297) 23040 or join us 
on the day with a donation to the RNLI. 

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

TUESDAY OCTOBER 23rd 

Ottery St Mary: German Gospel Choir at Ottery 

St Mary Parish Church from 8pm. 

Colyton: Your chance to have a say on future 
housing developments in Colyton & Colyford. 

Local residents are invited to view proposals of 
development sites in the parish and give their 
views at Colyton Town Hall from 6-8pm. 

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 24th 

Axminster: Learn to Cook Healthily with Health 
and Local Food for Families (HALFF). Helping 
beginners in the art of cooking healthy TASTY 
meals. Especially aimed at men, or people at 
risk of heart disease, diabetes or high blood 
pressure, or the over 50’s. Learn 5 different skills 
over 5 different workshops. Held at: The Masonic 
Hall, South Street, Axminster. An enabling 
approach to give you confidence and cooking 
skills to suit you - and all for FREE. Call 01297 
631782 to book a place. Web: www.halff.org.uk 
Colyford: Your chance to have a say on future 
housing developments in Colyton & Colyford. 

Local residents are invited to view proposals of 
development sites in the parish and give their 
views at Colyford Village Hall from 6-8pm. 

SATURDAY OCTOBER 27th 
Ottery St Mary: Carnival Week Celebrations - 
dancing to Thick as Thieves at TTie Institute. 
Sidmouth: Sidmouth Lions Club Great Book Sale 
at St John Hall, Blackmore Drive from 9.30am- 

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12noon. Thousands of good quality books to 
choose from at very reasonable prices, plus 
Cakes stall and Coffees/Teas provided by Lions’ 
Ladies. All proceeds to Sidmouth Lions' charity 
activities. 

Uplyme: Mainly Ballroom at Uplyme Village Hall 
from 8pm-11pm. Entry £4 per person, in aid of 
hall funds. Ballroom, latin and some sequence. 
Telephone 01297 442439 for more details. 
Colyton: First Aid Training at Colyton St John Hall, 
King Street. From 9.30am, 3 hour course. £30 
(includes 3 year certificate, book and vat). 2 
hour talk also available for £10 and cert, of at¬ 
tendance. To book call 01297 553001. 

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Colyford: Table Top Sale at Colyford Memorial Hall, 
9am-2pm, call 01297 23591 for more details. 
Ottery St Mary: Carnival Week Celebrations - 
treasure hunt around the town. 

Clyst St Mary: Fabric & Craft Table Top Sale at 
Clyst St Mary Village Hall. Doors open 10am. 
Free admission. Light refreshments. For more 
call 01404 44151. 


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AUTUMN PROPERTY REVIEW 

With Mark Goodenough of Pennys Estate Agents 


PROPERTY / UNIT TO LET 


INDUSTRIAL UNIT TO LET 

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

Mobile: 07779550771 
Office: 01297 33S39 

www.hunthav.co.uk 


This time of year is al¬ 
ways key in the house 
selling season as people 
look to move before (dare 
we say it!) Christmas 
looms again. We asked 
Mark for some key point¬ 
ers for those property 
owners considering a 
move: 

Q l 

How has the Autumn 
market been faring with 
the continued uncertainty 
in the economy? 

A1 

In fact our Seaton Office 
had a very strong month 
in September for agreeing 
sales, with 14 properties 
going under offer during 
the period, this figure ex¬ 
cludes our Beer & 
Branscombe Office 
which also had a busy 
time. October has started 
strongly with viewing 
numbers holding up so 
far. Above £500,000, our 
Fine and Country brand 
has also seen a good num¬ 
ber of buyers registering 
with East Devon high on 
the list of desirable loca¬ 
tions to settle. 

Q2 

Specifically, what type of 
property is in demand? 

A2 


Abroad range of property 
has been selling, right 
from 1st time purchases 
such as 1 and 2 bedroom 
flats upto the larger, tradi¬ 
tional family homes with 
3 and 4 bedrooms. It ap¬ 
pears that the availability 
of credit is slowly becom¬ 
ing easier and we wel¬ 
come the return of first 
time buyers to the market 
who are taking advantage 
of the good value avail¬ 
able. 

Q3 

For those home owners 
considering a move, what 
advice can you give? 

A3 

The key to a successful 
sale in this market is a re¬ 
alistic asking price-buyers 
are out there but they are 
price sensitive and are 
looking to achieve good 
value on their purchase. 
Clearly, our role is to 
achieve the best price for 
our clients and to give ac¬ 
curate guidance on the 
pricing-we offer a free 
market appraisal to all 
clients thinking of selling. 
Q4 

So are you saying that if a 
realistic price is set then 
buyers will not look to ne¬ 
gotiate further? 


A4 

No, owners will still need 
to be prepared for an offer 
below their asking price 
as purchasers look to 
maximise value-having 
said that if the original 
price is sensible, the offer 
should generally be rea¬ 
sonably close-for exam¬ 
ple within 5% of the 
headline figure. 

Q5 

Where do you find most 
buyers are coming from at 
the moment, are they 
local or from further 
afield? 

A5 

Put simply, it is a mixture 
with upto 2/3rds of buyers 
moving into the region 
from out of the area-we 
are in a strong retirement 
area with many buyers 
drawn to the area by the 
coastal location and re¬ 
laxed lifestyle. We are 
part of The Guild Of Pro¬ 
fessional Estate Agents 
with over 700 agents lo¬ 
cated throughout the UK 
this allows us to ‘spread 
the net’ in our search for 
buyers. 

Q6 

How do you, as an agent, 
find the right buyer for 
the properties you sell? 


A6 

No two properties are 
identical and we work 
hard to market our in¬ 
structions as widely as 
possible-as you never 
quite know where the 
buyer may emerge from. 
We display all our proper¬ 
ties on the major websites 
including Zoopla, Prime 
Location, FIndaproperty 
and Rightmove. Allied to 
this we recently held a 
London Property Exhibi¬ 
tion in Park Lane, London 
which proved extremely 
successful with some 
keen interest shown from 
buyers looking to make 
their move to the West- 
country. Local advertis¬ 
ing, such as the View 
From is also conducted 
every week! 

For advice on buying or 
selling call 01297 22224 



Pennys 


Well Presented 
Ground Floor 2 Bed 
Apartment in 
AxminsterTown 
Centre 
Recently 
Refurbished, 
Quiet Location 
Private, Communal 
Gardens. Off Road 
Parking, £500 pcm 
07968 206309 
01297 553964 

SEATON 

1 bed apartment 
in town centre 
Available for 6 
month let 

Stowford 
Lettings 
01297 445949 


WANTED 

Private Cash 
Buyers Seek 
detached property 
Max £650,000 
3 Bedrooms, Large 
Garden, Land & 
Views 

PLEASE CALL 
02072 428 438 

PROPERTY 

WANTED 

£300,000- £400,000 
SEATON DEVON. 

Cash Purchaser, 
Immediate Decision, 
Short Purchasing 
period if required 

07726 611099 

TO 

ADVERTISE 
YOUR 
PROPERTY 
TO LET 
PLEASE CALL 
JEMMA ON 
01297446158 


MOAMS LfTTUGS 

HONITON 

2 bed cottage 
Living room, kitchen 
Bathroom, 
Courtyard 
Parking Space 
Unfurnished 

£595 

01395 519 598 


HOUSE FOR RENT 
IN HONITON, 

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

£625 PCM. 

brian_r_lock@yahoo.co.uk 
/ 07881 471 097 


SEATON 
Modern 1 Bed 
Apartment 

furnished, quiet location, 
parkingsuit professional 
person/couple 
available 
November-March 
Sorry no smokers, 
pets, children 
£550 pcm 
includes utilities 
01297 20969 


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Axminster 
5 mins walk 
to town centre 
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£165,000 
negotiable 
01271 870656 



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NEW BUSINESS PARK AT 
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Units for rent for industrial and office use. 

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

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


Please contact John Ledger 07970 795716 or 
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5 Cross Street, Seaton, Devon | 01297 24022 | www.frankproperty.co.uk 


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Uplyme £460,000 


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



Seaton £595,000 

A substantial and unique 5 bedroom detached home built 
in 1987, situated in semi-woodland. The property also enjoys 
views to the sea. 



Seaton £285,000 

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



Rousdon £695,000 


A substantial detached five bedroom home situated between 
Lyme Regis and Seaton with grounds extending to 
approximately 3.7 acres. 



Seaton £232,500 

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



Seaton £235,000 

A modern, detached three bedroom home situated in a 
popular cul-de-sac. 



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Lyme Regis £425,000 


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



Seaton £187,500 

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



Seaton £125,000 

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



Seaton £225,000 

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


Seaton £164,500 

An exceptional two bedroom terraced home that has been 
completely updated by the present owner to a very high 
standard. 


Seaton £125,000 

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


Seaton £245,000 

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


Most buyers look online for their new home, 
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PROPERTY 

ADVERTISING 

call 01297 446158 


SEATON, FIVE BEDROOM 
FAMILY HOME. £425,000 





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A SUPERB and very spacious five bedroom 
family home located at the end of a quiet cul-de- 
sac with the benefit of Axe Valley and sea views. 
Constructed with colour washed rendered eleva¬ 
tions under a tiled roof the property has been sig¬ 
nificantly extended and reconstructed to provide 
a superb kitchen/dining room, living room, four 
bedroom, master en-suite, family bathroom, bed¬ 
room 5 or study, conservatory and a ground floor 


cloakroom. The property has the usual benefits 
of uPVC double glazed windows and gas fired 
central heating. There are gardens to the front 
and rear, a detached single garage and additional 
vehicle parking on the block paved entrance 
courtyard. For more information or to view this 
property please contact John Wood & Co on 
01297 20290. 


SHELDON- £500 PCM 



STAGS Residential Lettings are delighted to be 
offering a two bedroom stone cottage attrac¬ 
tively converted from the farms original cider 
house, situated in the rural location of Sheldon. 
The property comprises of an entrance porch, sit¬ 
ting / dining room, fitted kitchen, one double 
bedroom, one single bedroom, and modern 
shower room. Outside there is a small terrace 
area and parking for one vehicle, and a commu¬ 


nal laundry room. 

The property is available on a 6 month renew¬ 
able tenancy and is available immediately for a 
rental of £500 pern. Regret No DSS, Smokers, 
Pets or Children. It would suit a single person. 
To arrange a viewing of Cider Cottage, please 
contact Stags Residential Lettings on 01404 
42553. 


COLYTON - £250,000 



THIS absolutely fascinating house will appeal to any¬ 
one who likes character and history around them. 
From unusual shaped rooms, to differing levels, the 
property is quirky and delightful. 

The property is one of the older houses in Colyton, 
its origins dating back to before the Monmouth Re¬ 
bellion, with some later additions. 

The accommodation is set over three floors and is 
quite flexible, currently providing three generous 
double bedrooms, large bathroom, spacious landing / 
study, sitting room, kitchen and dining room. There 


is a small outhouse for storage. The back door opens 
onto Bulls Court, a small no through pedestrian lane 
and this is currently used as the main entrance (the 
front door being off Dolphin Street). Situated very 
close to the town centre, the shops, restaurants, cafes 
and all amenities are within a short walk. 

The house is offered to the market with no onward 
chain and with an asking price of £250,000. For more 
information or to book a viewing, please call Gordon 
& Rumsby on 01297 553768. 


CHARDSTOCK, NEAR AXMINSTER - £289,950 



A DETACHED 3/4 bedroom bungalow in a 
tucked away location in the popular village of 
Chardstock. 

The property was built by Redraw Homes and 
has kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, sitting 
room, dining room/bedroom 4, bathroom, master 
bedroom with en suite shower room plus 2 fur¬ 
ther bedrooms all with double glazing and gas 


central heating. 

Outside there is a double garage and ample park¬ 
ing. To the rear are private gardens with pleasant 
views. There is no ongoing chain. 

If you would like any further information about 
the property or would like to make an appoint¬ 
ment to view, please contact Lawrence Residen¬ 
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West Street • Axminster • axminster@sequencehome.co.uk 01297 32323 



This attractive home is situated in the heart of the village of Membury. Dating 
from the early 19th century, it offers the high ceilings and solid structure one 
associates with the period. This property also has the benefit of front and rear 
gardens as well as a garage. 



An extremely well presented three bedroom home 
situated in a popular location on the northern edge of 
the market town of Axminster. The property benefits 
from approximately 8 years outstanding NHBC war¬ 
ranty and is comprehensively fitted with all modern 
conveniences throughout. 



An opportunity to purchase a character cottage, yet still 
have easy access to the facilities on offer in Axminster. 
This home offers all the comforts of modern life but re¬ 
tains the charm of a bygone age. Complete with a 
garage and secret garden, this property demands 
viewing to be fully appreciated. 



A light and spacious home, which is well positioned to take advantage of the 
facilities on offer in the village of Kilmington. Presented in superb condition 
throughout, and offering fine country views, this stylish property offers truly flexible 
accommodation and will suit a variety of purchasers. 



A well proportioned bungalow positioned within a cul de sac on the southern 
side of the market town of Axminster. Fine rural views can be enjoyed from the 
rear of this home, which comes to the market with the added benefits of central 
heating, double glazing and no onward chain. 


A spacious one-bedroom luxury retirement apartment 
located in the market town of Axminster. Situated on 
the 2nd floor, with careline facilities if required, lift and 
communal residents lounge. An ideal purchase for 
independent living with peace of mind, care, and 
security. 


A semi-detached bungalow, situated towards the 
end of a cul-de-sac on the southern edge of the 
market town of Axminster. This home comes to 
the market with the added benefits of central 
heating, double glazing & NO ONWARD CHAIN 


A well presented mid-terrace cottage located in the sought after village of 
Kilmington, with the facilities on offer in Axminster a short drive away. The property 
benefits from approximately 8 years of outstanding NHBC warranty, and comes 
to the market with NO ONWARD CHAIN. 





AXMINSTER NOW £182,500 

A superbly presented three bedroom home situated on the outer edge of Axminster. 
Designed and constructed by Morrish Homes to a high specification seven years 
ago and featuring slate roofs, generous living space and also has the benefit of 
three years remaining Zurich Guarantee. 


A two bedroom apartment situated in the sought after 
village location of Musbury in the heart of the East 
Devon countryside. The property is presented in very 
good order throughout with viewing highly recom¬ 
mended to appreciate the size of the accommodation 
on offer. 


NOW £279,950 

This detached bungalow is situated within a cul-de-sac, and is well placed to take 
advantage of the facilities on offer in the town. Ideal for the active retired or as 
a family home, viewing is essential to appreciate the scope and potential of the 
accommodation on offer. 


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 an age restriction. 


AXMINSTER 


£105,000 



UPLYME £375,000 

A detached bungalow of "Colt" construction situated in a tranquil location 
towards the end of a private drive, ideal for those purchasers who require peace 
and quiet. The property would benefit from some updating, but the undoubted 
feature is the superbly stocked gardens. 







AXMINSTER £184,950 

A modern three bedroom house situated in a popular location in Axminster. 


Offering gas central heating and double glazing as well as a garage and parking, 


this property must be viewed to be fully appreciated. 



AXMINSTER 


£124,950 


A recently refurbished cottage conveniently located A two bedroom semi-detached modern home 
within walking distance of the facilities on offer in the situated in a popular residential area, with easy 
heart of Axminster. Ideal as an investment, second access to the facilities on offer in the market town 
home or as a first time purchase. This home also has the of Axminster. This property would be ideal as either 
added benefit of no onward chain. an investment property or as a first time buy. 


An extremely well presented detached Longhouse, with its origins in the 16th century, situated 
in a rural location on the edge of the Blackdown Hills. Combining the convenience of 
contemporary living with the charm of a bygone age, this is an ideal purchase for buyers seeking 
a rural and tranquil lifestyle. 


A three bedroom semi detached bungalow situated in 
a convenient location only a short walk from all the 
amenities in the small market town of Axminster. The 
property benefits from lovely countryside views across 
the valley from the rear garden. 


A ground floor two bedroom apartment conveniently 
located within walking distance of all the amenities on 
offer in the market town of Axminster. Ideal as an 
investment or second home, this property comes to the 
market with the added benefit of NO ONWARD CHAIN. 


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01297 631199 


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

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


Zoopla Enquiry 

Property under offer, due 
to complete mid November. 

Looking for a detached 
property with paddock and 
large garden. Funds 
available up to £525K - 
no mortgage required. 


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Cash buyers 
looking for a 
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in a village location 
up to £250,000 


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Zoopla Enquiry 

Have sold their property and 
are looking for rural 3 bed 
bungalow/house from 
£250,000 to £425,000 
with coastal or countryside 
views with large garden. 


Zoopla Enquiry 

Cash buyers looking for property 
between £240,000 
& £290000 within 15 miles of 
Axminster; particularly like 
Kilmington. Bungalow 
preferred, not near a main road, 
with large garden. 


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Two Double Bedroom 
Detached Bungalow 
Situated In A Popular 
Residential Area of Axminster, 
With Private 
Enclosed Rear Garden, 
Conservatory, Garage & 
Driveway Parking 




FLAX MEADOW LANE 
£219,950 

• 3 Storey 4 Bedroom Mid 
Terraced Modern Family House 

• Parking, Single Garage and Part 
Rural Views 


uPVC Double Glazing and Gas 
Fired Central Heating 
Remainder of an NHBC 
Warranty 

Enclosed Rear Garden with Patio 


Coming Soon 

Versatile 3 Bedroom 
Semi Detached Family Home 
Enjoying Superb 
Countryside Views On The 
Outskirts Of Uplyme. 

Subject To An EDDC 
Housing Restriction. 



FLAX MEADOW LANE 
£189,950 

• The Brancaster Design 

• Three Bedroom Detached House 


• Parking, Single Garage 

• uPVC Double Glazing, Central Heating 

SPECIAL OCTOBER DISCOUNT - 
ALSO INCLUDES CARPETS 



FLAX MEADOW LANE 
£159,950 

• The Churchill Design 

• Three Bedroom Mid Terraced 


• Single Garage, Parking 

• uPVC Double Glazing, Central Heating 

SPECIAL OCTOBER DISCOUNT - 
ALSO INCLUDES CARPETS 




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estate agents 


01297 22224 

Seaton Office 



Harepath Road, Seaton £214,950 


■ Substantial four bedroom house 

■ Three spacious reception rooms 

■ Original features, including stained 
glass windows and parquet flooring 

■ Front and rear gardens 

■ Gas central heating 

■ Family bathroom 

■ Flexible accommodation 


i Within easy access of town and 
seafront 

i Within catchment area of good 
local schools including the 
renowned Colyton Grammar 
School 

i Internal viewing highly 
recommended 



m Beautiful ground floor apartment 
in the village of Beer 

■ Ensuite double bedroom and 

two further bedrooms 

■ Modern fitted kitchen 

■ Light, spacious lounge/diner 

with spectacular views across the village 
spanning towards the sea 

■ Family bathroom 

■ Upvc double glazing throughout 

■ Large hallway, currently used 
as a sitting/study area 

■ Electric central heating system 

■ A private roof terrace and courtyard garden 

■ NO CHAIN 



Belmont Terrace, Beer 

■ Substantial, end of terrace 
village cottage 

■ Many period, character 
features 

■ 4 double bedrooms 

■ 3 reception rooms 

■ Stunning contemporary 
shower room & separate 

k quality bathroom 


£350,000 

■ Gas central heating 

■ Off road parking for 2 vehicles 

■ Delightful front and rear 
gardens 

■ Ideal holiday letting 
opportunity/business 

■ Well presented throughout. 

No onward chain 


Fore Street, Seaton 

■ Terraced, spacious 
town centre cottage 

■ Three bedrooms plus 
useful attic room 

■ Many period and 
character features 

■ Spacious living room with 
large inglenook fireplace 

_ i- -kitchen 


£179,950 

i Gas central heating 
i Sealed unit double glazing 
i Family bathroom and ground 
floor shower room 
i Well presented throughout 
i Excellent, enclosed and good 
sized rear garden 
i No onward chain A 


Beach Road, Seaton 


£227,500 



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■ Three Bedrooms 

■ Recently Fitted Modern 
Kitchen/Diner 

■ Lounge 


■ Downstairs WC/ Utility Room 
i Brand new, fitted bathroom 

■ Gas Central Heating 

■ Upvc Double Glazing 


i Allocated Off Road Parking Space 
i Close to Seafront and Town Centre 
i Enclosed Front Loggia 



Woodfields Seaton 

■ Two bedroom detached bungalow 

■ Enclosed south facing garden 

■ Spacious lounge/dining room 

■ Fitted Kitchen 

■ Conservatory 

£ Single garage and driveway 


£225,000 

Within easy reach of bus route 
Nearby convenience store 
No onward chain 

Internal viewing recommended^ 



Higher Axmouth, Axmouth £310,000 


■ Three good sized bedrooms 

■ Ideal Family Home 

■ Large 'L' shaped 
Lounge/ Dining Room 

■ Double aspect kitchen 

■ Study 


■ In need of modernisation 

■ Single Garage and driveway 

■ Oil Fired Heating 

■ Lovely Village Location 

■ Large, sloping Rear Garden 


Sea Hill Seaton 


£135,000 


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■ Ground floor, one bedroom flat 
i Kitchen/diner 
i Lounge with bay window 
i Modern fitted bathroom 



■ Private rear courtyard garden 

■ Sea views 

■ Within easy access to the beach 
and local amenities 


i Original features 
i Internal viewing recommended 
i NO CHAIN 



Harepath Road, Seaton 


£ 220,000 


■ Brand new, high specification 
semi detached house 

■ Three good sized bedrooms 

■ Well designed living area 

■ Well appointed integrated kitchen 

■ Contemporary white suite bathroom 
& ground floor cloakroom 

■ Gas central heating and sealed 
unit double glazing 


i Open views, highly convenient 
location 

i Attractive low maintenance 
gardens & dedicated parking 
i Ideal second home, investment, 
retirement or family purchase 
i Available for immediate 
occupation 



Burnham Close, Seaton £151,000 


■ Perfect as an investment 
or for first time buyers 

■ Two bedrooms 

■ Extended Living Room 

■ Kitchen 

■ Bathroom 

■ Gas central heating 


i Upvc double glazing 
i Decked, rear garden 
i Two allocated parking spaces 
i Close to bus routes 
i Within the catchment area of 
Colyton Grammar school 


Barline, Beer 


£329,950 


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■ Well presented village cottage 

■ 3 bedrooms 

■ Far reaching village and 
countryside views 


■ Characterful living room & separate 
dining room 

■ Stunning re-fitted bathroom 

■ Recently re-fitted, integrated kitchen 


■ Tastefully modernised and refurbished 

■ Front and rear gardens 

■ Ideal holiday home or investment purchase 

■ Gas central heating 



Barnards Farm, Beer 


■ Attractive sheltered 
apartment 

■ Two bedrooms 

■ Living room with open outlook 

■ Fitted kitchen 

■ Superbly refitted shower room 

■ Gas central heating 


£130,000 

Sealed unit double glazing 
Delightful landscaped 
gardens 

Resident House Manager 
Ideal Retirement purchase, 
exclusively for the over 55's 



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Axminster, Seaton and surrounding areas 




Celandine Close, Seaton 


■ An exceptional opportunity to 
purchase this competitively priced 
four bedroom detached house 

■ Kitchen and dining room 

■ Lounge overlooking garden 

■ Family bathroom, en suite and 


downstairs WC 

■ Integrated Garage and off road 
parking 

■ Front and private rear garden 

■ Popular cul de sac location 


OIRO £230,000 



Lillington Way, Chard 



Beer 


■ An extensively refurbished and 
modernised three bedroom link 
detached house in the Glynswood area 

■ Brand new fitted kitchen with 
appliances 

■ Fully upgraded dining room and 


lounge 

■ Newly fitted bathroom and 
downstairs WC 

■ New GCH and double glazing 

■ Garage and off road parking 

■ Front and fully enclosed rear garden 

OIEO £190,000 


■ A substantial semi detached 
three bedroom house 

■ Ideal for extensions (stpp) 

■ Good sized front, rear 
and side gardens 

■ Attached garage 


■ Off road parking 

■ Kitchen and Utility area 

■ Dining room and Lounge 

■ Family bathroom and 
downstairs WC 

■ Gas central heating 

£295,000 



Axminster 


■ Two double bedrooms 

■ Lounge 

■ Kitchen / Dining area 

■ Downstairs WC 

■ Bathroom 


■ Front, rear gardens and 
off road parking 

■ Double glazing throughout 

■ Gas Central Heating and 
No onward chain 

£159,950 



Springfields, Colyford 


■ A three bedroom detached house 
now in need of modernisation 

■ Larger than average corner plot 
with good sized rear garden 

■ Kitchen / Diner 


■ Lounge and sunroom 

■ Bathroom and downstairs WC 

■ Double garage and off road parking 

■ No onward chain 

£275,000 



Seaton 


■ Refurbished ground floor flat 

■ Private front and rear gardens 

■ Two off road parking spaces 

■ Close proximity to beach and town centre 

■ Lounge 


■ Kitchen & Bathroom 

■ Double bedroom 

■ Fully double glazed 

■ Outside storage shed in block 

£99,950 


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Beer 


■ A three bedroom end terrace house 
with views over the village 

■ Open plan kitchen dining room with 
utility area overlooking garden 

■ Lounge with feature bay window 


■ Modern fitted family bathroom 

■ Scope to convert loft (stpp) 

■ Fully enclosed rear garden 

■ Off road parking for one 

■ GCH and double glazing 


£250,000 



Colyton 

■ A well maintained two bedroom 
terrace house with potential 

to extend 

■ L shaped kitchen and utility area 

■ Lounge and adjoining dining room 


■ Modern fitted family bathroom suite 

■ Fully enclosed landscaped 
rear garden 

■ Low maintenance front garden 

■ Consent to convert loft into 
third bedroom 


£174,950 



Seaton 


■ A spacious one bedroom 
ground floor flat 

■ Private entrance porch and hall 

■ Modern fitted kitchen / diner 

■ Lounge 


■ Shower room 

■ Fully double glazed with 
night storage heaters 

■ Close proximity and level 
walk to town centre and beach 

£99,000 



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Haven Court, Seaton 

■ A beautifully maintained one 
bedroom apartment in central 
over 55's development 

■ Private balcony and views over 
Axe Cliff 

■ Secure access system, 24hr care 



line, communal residents facilities 

■ Level access to amenities 
and sea front 

■ Residents parking and 
communal gardens 

■ No onward chain 

£99,000 




Seaton 


■ A well presented two bedroom end 
of terrace property in popular 
residential area 

■ Modern fitted kitchen diner 
overlooking rear garden 

■ Lounge and bathroom 

■ Good decorative order throughout 

■ Off road parking for two cars 

■ Low maintenance front and 
rear gardens 

■ Double glazing and GCH 

£172,950 


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Tuesday October 16th 2012^ 

Queen Street, Seaton, EX12 2RB 01297 20290 

Market Place, Colyton EX24 6JS 01297 553691 

Residential Sales & Letting 


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A superb and most appealing thatched 
character four bedroom home constructed in 
1999 to a very high specification and located in 
an idyllic setting on the edge of an estuary 
village and only a short level distance from 
Axmouth harbour and the sea. Comprising living 
room, separate dining room, study, 
kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and 
cloakroom, four double bedrooms, master en 
suite, en-suite shower to bedroom two and 
family bathroom. Parking and garage/workshop. 

Axmouth, Superb Four Bedroom Character Home. £575,000 


A stunning architect designed home 
located in the premier part of Seaton 
with outstanding sea and coastal views. 

Accommodation comprises four 
bedrooms, master en suite with walk in 
wardrobe, family bathroom, exceptional 
living area, dining kitchen and utility area. 
Double Garage. Landscaped gardens. 

Seaton, Stunning Architect Designed House. £610,000 



A third floor town centre retirement apartment for the over 55's constructed by 
McCarthy & Stone. The accommodation includes living room, kitchen, good sized 
entrance hall with storage cupboard, spacious double bedroom with built in 
wardrobe and a bathroom. Outside are communal gardens and grounds together 
with a communal car park. Residents lounge. House Manager. 

Seaton, Spacious Retirement Apartment. £94,950 


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

Seaton, Detached Bungalow. £399,950 

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

Colyford, Attractive Bed & Breakfast. £435,000 






An attractive, well presented semi 
detached home with views over the 
cricket fields to the hills beyond the Axe 
Valley. The accommodation includes 
living room, dining room and refitted 
kitchen, three bedrooms and a bathroom. 

The loft has been partly fitted out as a 
hobbies/storage area. Enclosed gardens, 
garage and parking. GFCH. DG. 

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


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

Beer, Delightful Listed Period Home. £730,000 


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

Colyton, Attractive Detached Bungalow. £269,950 





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

Seaton, Attractive Detached Bungalow. £224,950 


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

No onward chain. Ideal investment 
opportunity. 

Seaton, Facing South Close To The Sea. £99,950 




An attractive detached bungalow 
located in a convenient and level 
position for the town centre and 
beach. The accommodation 
includes living room, kitchen, 

3 bedrooms, one currently used as 
a dining room and a family 
bathroom. Gardens. Detached 
garage and parking. 
Seaton, Attractive Detached Bungalow. £220,000 



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


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

At the rear is an enclosed courtyard and 
steps rise to a terraced garden. 

Beer, Superb Terrace Home. £279,950 


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

Seaton, Attractive Detached Bungalow. £224,950 






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

Enclosed gardens to front and rear. 

Garage en bloc. 

Further extensive road parking. 


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


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

Colyton, Lovely Outward Views. £595 pcm 




A rare opportunity to purchase a 
superb and delightful Beer stone 
cottage located in an outstanding 
semi rural valley location on the 
outskirts of Beer and with the 
benefit of gardens and parking. 
Comprising lounge, kitchen/dining 
room, 3 double bedrooms, 
Courtyard gardens and parking. 
Beer, Character Terraced Cottage. £299,950 


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AXMOUTH £325,000 


SEATON £149,500 


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| countryside views. The property has 2 bedrooms, 
lounge/dining room, Kitchen/breakfast room and large sun 
room. The property also boasts a Guest suite comprising 
| 3rd Bedroom/living room with en-suite shower room. 

SEATON £87,500 


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A purpose built retirement apartment for the over 55’s with 
2 bedrooms, lounge/dining room, kitchen with plumbing 
for washing machine and bathroom. There is a non¬ 
resident warden and 24 hour alarm system connected. 
Situated in the heart of the town. 


COLYFORD £475,000 


A detached chalet bungalow with a 1/3rd of an acre of 
beautiful gardens and super countryside views. The 
property enjoys 5 bedrooms, 2/3 bathrooms, 3 reception 
rooms and has potential for an annexe or holiday/let. 2 | 
Garages and parking. 


SEATON £240,000 


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


A spacious, purpose built, 2-bedroom, ground floor 
apartment situated in a quiet location close to the 
town centre, shops & amenities with outlook over 
communal orchard. The apartment would now 
benefit from some updating. It benefits from double | 
glazing throughout and direct access to a communal 
| patio area. No chain. Communal parking. 


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SEATON £199,950 




COLYTON £139,950 


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- bathroom - parking - garden - ideal family home/ 
investment property. 


SEATON £269,500 


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A period one bedroom cottage in the heart of the town 
of Colyton. There is a pretty walled courtyard garden to 
the rear. The cottage would be suitable for First time or 
Investment buyer, or an ideal bolthole for a single 
person. 


SEATON £225,000 


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A substantial freehold commercial premises with 
maisonette over in a prime trading position within the heart 
of Seaton town centre. The accommodation comprises: 
restaurant/takeaway - preparation & store room - paved [ 
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Freehold commercial shop and maisonette in prime 
trading area of Seaton. Large retail area and storage with 
rear courtyard. Sizeable 3 bedroom maisonette over 
two floors above with huge potential. Must be viewed 
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SEATON £164,000 


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town, seafront & beach. Allocated parking. 


SEATON £335,000 


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


SEATON £99,950 


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


MUSBURY £690,000 


A beautiful barn conversion with superb far reaching 
I countryside views, annexe & land approaching 5 acres I 
with stabling. Both the Barn and the Annexe offer | 
spacious living accommodation with full double glazing. 
GFCH. Double garage/workshop & ample parking. 


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‘Super’ estate agency service 
launches in South West 


The Property Sharing Experts - a network of around 60 in¬ 
dependent estate agents across Cornwall, Devon, Somerset 
and Dorset - has launched this month offering more online 
and in office property marketing exposure than any other 
agent in the South West. As the name suggests, all of the local 
offices work together as a ‘Super’ agency, sharing properties 
with the others to sell more homes for clients - for a sole 
agency fee. 

Previously Westcountry team, the network has increased in 
numbers, expanded geographically and each office has had 
installed a brand new cutting edge state of the art cloud-based 
IT system, linking all branches and greatly enhancing the 
services provided to buyers and sellers. 

Each member agency has a brand new web site, allowing 
buyers to search from the huge choice of thousands of prop¬ 
erties available throughout the region at any given time on 
any of the 60 sites as well as at www.propertysharingex- 
perts.com and other top portals. 

Properties are listed in a clear format with the price and a 
photograph and when selected, the full description is dis¬ 
played along with all available photographs and the selling 
agent’s local dial telephone number as well as options to 
download a pdf version, request a viewing, register for up¬ 
dates, view the Energy Performance Certificate, email the 
details to a friend and see the location on a map using Google 
Maps. When viewed in Street View, the actual property is 
shown rather than the road. 

Having entered their search criteria, buyers are instantly in¬ 
formed of new properties as they come to the market and 
price changes as they happen by direct email and SMS and 
they also receive weekly updates. Buyers are able to log into 
the system to change their search criteria at any time and also 
receive SMS reminders for viewings appointments. 

With live data feeds and the widest marketing coverage 
reaching more buyers, homes have a better chance of selling 
more quickly and sellers also benefit from the convenience 
of a personal log-in to the system, allowing them to check 
on the progress of their marketing or sale online 24/7 with 
details on marketing activities, viewings information and 
feedback. 

Property Sharing Expert estate agents offer auction as a route 
to market for their clients’ properties, using the traditional 
method as well as the brand new Auction-i-, which opens the 
opportunity to buy at auction to a wider number of buyers 


and was introduced in the South West by the network earlier 
this year. And via a new panel of local, well-established and 
trusted solicitors including Coodes, Windeatts Solicitors, 
Ashfords and Gill Akaster, Property Sharing Expert estate 
agents offer competitive, fixed No Sale No Fee services with 
no hidden costs and the ability for the agents and their clients 
to track cases online so they know the stage their transaction 
is at every step of the way. 

Being a member of The Property Sharing Experts comes with 
benefits for the agencies too, with plenty of back office sup¬ 
port allowing the agents to concentrate on marketing and 
selling homes. 

Its headquarters - the administration and training centre - has 
moved to larger offices in Pinhoe with spacious air condi¬ 
tioned training rooms, high speed broadband and an out¬ 
standing new training programme designed to keep the 
agents up to date with changes in legislation, new and best 
practice, the latest technology and other aspects of running 
an estate agency business. Meeting rooms at the administra¬ 
tion centre are available for members’ use and the support 
team, which coordinates group marketing activities and ac¬ 
cess to marketing materials via an online ‘hub’, arranges 
training and an annual conference, negotiates partnerships 
and group discounts and liaises with service providers in¬ 
cluding human resources and public relations consultancies, 
has expanded. 

Steve Moir, chairman of The Property Sharing Experts, said: 
“We are delighted to launch as the Property Sharing Experts 
network with advanced technology as well as an expanded 
and enhanced range of services for buyers, sellers and extra 
support for our members, all of which are independently 
owned and run local estate agencies - totally committed to 
providing professional, friendly and efficient services as well 
as free, honest advice without obligation. The old team logos 
on For Sale boards, property particulars, web sites, legal doc¬ 
uments and advertising have been replaced with those of The 
Property Sharing Experts and office fascias will be replaced 
over time. This is a bigger, better network with an enhanced 
range of benefits for members and their clients. The decision 
to make the changes was unanimous and we’re looking for¬ 
ward to expanding the ‘Super’ agency further into Somerset 
and beyond.” 

Julie Wooding, Director of Fortnam Smith & Banwell, 
Seaton office said: “We are really excited to be part of the 


Property Sharing Experts network and are fully utilising the 
super efficient software, both of these elements combined 
will allow us to achieve more sales for our clients in the fu¬ 
ture" 

The Property Sharing Experts is on facebook and twitter and 
is about to launch an iPhone App, which will be available on 
the App Store soon. For more information or to find your 
local Property Sharing Expert estate agent, look for the Prop¬ 
erty Sharing Expert logo in your local newspaper or visit 
www.propertysharingexperts .com. 


Is your estate agent 
_ a Super agent? 



FORTNAM 

SMITH BANWELL 


Second floor flat in 
the town centre of 
Axminster 



ChampionHolmes is pleased to offer a second floor 
flat in the town centre of Axminster. 


Accessed via a communal hall and stairs, the front 
door leads into the Hall, with doors leading to all 
rooms. The open-plan Kitchen and Living Area, with 
window to the front aspect giving views over the Mar¬ 
ket Square and church, has an electric feature fire and 
surround to the living area, with fitted wall and base 
units incorporating a built-in electric oven, hob and 
extractor hood, and a free-standing under-counter 
fridge. Space and plumbing provided for washing ma¬ 
chine. Both the double size bedroom and the single 
size bedroom have windows to the rear aspect giving 
views over the rooftops towards the surrounding coun¬ 
tryside beyond. 

The Bathroom has has a modern white bathroom suite 
comprising bath with electric shower facility, pedestal 
wash hand basin and low-level WC. The property has 
electric heating. 

For further details please contact ChampionHolmes 
on 01297 598307 enquiries@championholmes.co.uk 
or visit our web site at www.championholmes.co.uk 


FSB Rentals Ltd 


SEATON LYME REGIS CHARMOUTH 

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Covering East Devon, 

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BEER £620 PCM 

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



SEATON £550 PCM. 

A town centre, character cottage set over three floors, has sitting/ 
dining room with wood flooring, small fitted kitchen with appliances. 
First floor double bedroom, fully tiled bathroom, narrow stairs to 
bedroom 2. Electric C/H, part double glazed, tiny garden and shed. 


SEATON £480 PCM 

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



WILMINGTON £650 PCM 

This apartment comprises Entrance/stairs to 2nd floor. Lounge/dining 
room, double glazed windows with stunning views across the gardens, 
Tiled bathroom, well fitted kitchen with appliances, two double bedrooms. 
NSH. Use of - Heated indoor pool, gym, tennis court and 10 acres of 
gardens/woodland. Reserved parking - regret no pets. 



COLYTON £850 PCM 

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



SEATON £450 PCM 

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


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Honiton 


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Luppitt 


2 bedroom cottage in rural location. Sitting/dining room, kitchen, 
shower room. Small terrace to front, parking for 1. Communal laundry 
room. E.N.S.H. No pets/children. Available now. 


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


2 bedroom unfurnished cottage in popular village. Sitting room, 
kitchen, bathroom. E.N.S.H. Garden (gardener incl). Parking, Oil fired 
Rayburn. No children. 1 small dog considered. Available now. 


2 bedroom character cottage. Dining room, kitchen, bathroom, utility, 
sitting room, cloakroom. Courtyard garden, parking, part garage. 
O.F.C.H. Children considered. Available now. 


£500 PCM 


Web Find: 56003 £595 PCM 


Web Find: 55783 £600 PCM 


Web Find: 34186 £650 PCM 


Web Find: 43646 



Cullompton 

2 bedroom un/furnished cottage within popular village. Kitchen/ 
living room, bathroom. Garden area, parking. E.N.S.H. Pets/ children 
considered. Available beg November. 



Membury 


4 bedroom unfurnished farmhouse with outbuildings, parking and 
gardens. Kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room, dining room, bathroom. 
E.N.S.H. Pets/children considered. Available now. 



Honiton 

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



Chard 

Detached cottage with gardens and garage. Sitting room, family room, 
living room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility, cloakroom, 4 bedrooms (1 
en-suite), bathroom. Available now. 


£695 PCM Web Find: 34189 £800 PCM Web Find: 34104 £1,100 PCM Web Find: 38078 £1,495 PCM Web Find: 55903 


The West Country Letting Agent 


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RENT REDUCED £250pcm UF 
STUDIO FLAT 

Town centre and near to seafront. 
Separate Bathroom and Kitchen. 
Electric Heating. 


SEATON & BEER 


NEW INSTRUCTION £495pcm UF 
SECOND FLOOR FLAT 

1 -bed. Town centre location and close to 
seafront. Kitchen with oven and hob. 
Shower facility. Electric heating. 


NEW INSTRUCTION £600pcm UF 
FIRST FLOOR APARTMENT 

2/3 bed. In town centre. Kitchen with 
white goods. Dining room or bedroom three. 
Shower facility. Secure entry. Gas CH. 


RENT REDUCED £450pcm UF 
FIRST FLOOR RETIREMENT FLAT 

1-bed. Edge of town. New electric oven and hob. 
Shower facility. Electric heating. Emergency alarm. 
Stair lift. Use of Communal garden and Conservatory. 
Over 40 age restriction. 


AXMINSTER 


NEW INSTRUCTION £470pcm UF 
SPACIOUS SECOND FLOOR FLAT 

1-bed. Quiet location just off town centre. 
Kitchen with built-in oven electric oven and 
hob. Shower facility. Electric heating 


£500pcm UF 
SECOND FLOOR FLAT 

2-bed. In town centre. Lounge with electric 
feature fire. Built-in electric oven and hob. 
Shower facility. Electric heating. 


760pcm UF 

SEMI-DETACHED HOUSE 

3-bed. On outskirts of town. Lounge with feature gas fire. 
Dining Area. Kitchen with built-in gas hob and electric oven. 
Cloakroom. Bathroom with ‘telephone’ style shower attachment. 
Rear enclosed garden. Single garage and Parking. 


NEW INSTRUCTION BEER £760pcm UF 
MODERN TERRACED HOUSE 

2-bed. On edge of village. Cloakroom. 

Built-in white goods. Feature Victorian style fireplace. 
Shower facility. Gas CH. Enclosed courtyard garden. 
Parking space. 


NEW INSTRUCTION 

CHURCHILL WINTER LET £500pcm PF 
CHARACTER COTTAGE ANNEX 

1 -bed. Attached to farmhouse in rural location. 
Living room / Dining room with woodburning Rayburn. 
Kitchen with white goods. Old Dairy Lounge with 
woodburning stove. Shower room. Large double 
bedroom with double bed and bunk-bed. Small courtyard 
garden and adjacent Lawn. Parking. 


NEW INSTRUCTION £595pcm UF 
END TERRACE HOUSE 

2-bed. Edge of town in favoured 
residential development. White goods. 
Shower facility. Electric heating. 
Enclosed rear garden. Shed. 
Allocated parking. 


DALWOOD WINTER LET 
MUST BE SEEN! £600pcm F 
LODGE in rural setting 

2-bed twin and double rooms. 
Kitchen with white goods. 
Shower facility. Garden. Parking. 


COLYTON 


NEW INSTRUCTION £760pcm UF 
MID-TERRACE HOUSE 

3-bed over three floors. In heart of town. Lounge and Dining 
rooms. Built-in oven and hob. Utility area. En-suite. 

Gas CH. Small garden to front. Rear enclosed garden with 
patio and Shed. 


£760pcm UF 
SEMI-DETACHED HOUSE 

3-bed. In heart of town. Built-in oven, hob and 
Dishwasher. Shower facility. En-Suite. Cloakroom. 
Rear enclosed Garden. Street Parking 


LANDLORDS - our FULL MANAGEMENT 
includes a Schedule of Condition and Inventory 

Championholmes 

are a member of APIP - The Association 
of Professional Inventory Providers 


NEW INSTRUCTION £795pcm UF 
GOOD SIZE SEMI-DETACHED HOUSE 

3-bed. Well presented. On elevated edge of town. Cloakroom. Kitchen has Leisure Rangemaster 
gas range cooker and integrated dishwasher. Contemporary Bathroom with shower Gas CH. Rear enclosed 
garden with patio, Lawn, Vegetable garden and garden shed. Front parking area for up to 3 vehicles. 


BRIDPORT 


NEW INSTRUCTION £580pcm UF 
MID-TERRACE COTTAGE 

2-bed. Northern edge of town. Kitchen with electric cooker. Lounge with ornamental cast-iron fireplace. Store room. 
Shower facility. Gas CH. Rear enclosed garden with Patio area. Street Parking. 


CHARD 


NEW INSTRUCTION CHARD £495pcm UF 
MID-TERRACE COTTAGE 

1-bed. On edge of town centre. Fitted Kitchen. Shower facility. 
Communal courtyard garden. Street parking. 


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Symonds 

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Axminster £690 pcm 

Three bedroom end of terrace house in very good order with enclosed 
rear garden and allocated parking for two cars. Pets and children 
considered. Available immediately. 

01297 32879 AXL070027 



Axminster £925 pcm Hawkchurch £875 pcm 

An immaculately presented modern four bedroom town house situated on the The house is situated in the very popular village of Hawkchurch . Comprising of 

outskirts of Axminster. Benefiting from enclosed rear garden and double garage. ,our brooms and a 2 storey annexe in the garden which could be used as an 

office or spacious storage area. Off road parking, pets and children considered. 
Available early November. Avaj|ab|e ear|y November 

01297 32879 AXL090043 01297 32879 AXM110134 



Axminster £525 pcm 

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

01297 32879 AXM120134 



Axminster 


£660 pcm Smallridge 


£895 pcm 


A modern three bedroom house in a quiet location on the outskirts of Axminster. 
Benefiting from fitted kitchen/diner and an enclosed rear garden, 2 allocated park¬ 
ing spaces. Regret no pets or DSS Available mid October. 

01297 32879 AXL100013 


A spacious and well appointed 3 bedroom detached house- Situated in the 
well favoured village- Master with en-suite- Separate lounge and dining 
room- Lovely gardens and gate into shared field- Garage- Pets and children 
welcome 

01297 32879 AXL100015 



Lyme Regis £850 pcm 

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

01297 32879 AXM120145 


Membury, Axminster £750 pcm 

A stunning barn conversion recently renovated to a very high standard. 
Comprising open plan lounge/diner and fitted kitchen with integrated 
appliances. Two double with en-suites, plenty off road parking, available 
immediately. Regret no Pets. 

01297 32879 AXM120294 


Axminster £670 pcm 

A delightful two bedroom semi-detached bungalow, close to town 
centre amenities. Benefiting from modern bathroom and kitchen, 
study/dining room and neat and tidy garden with shed and garage with 
off road parking. Available November. 

01297 32879 


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Millhead Road, Honiton £750pcm 

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

3 bedrooms, through lounge / diner,good 
sized conservatory fitted kitchen, bathroom, 
fgch and double glazed, OSP for 2 cars, 
enclosed rear garden. 

Conditions: No smokers pets or DSS. 



Ernsborough Gardens, Honiton £725pcm 

Much sought after mid terraced Georgian style town 


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



Hill Crescent, Honiton £725pcm 


Spacious 2 bed detached Bungalow in quiet and 
sought after residential location. 2 large double 
beds, through lounge, f/f kitchen/diner, guest 
cloakroom, bathroom with separate shower unit, 
gas central heating, double glazed, large 
enclosed rear garden, garage with driveway. 
No smokers or DSS, pet considered. 



Rosemount Gdns. Honiton £650pcm 

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

No children, pets or smokers. 



Kings Mews, Honiton £525pcm 

New build semi detached house offering modern 
2 bed accommodation ideally located minutes 
from town centre. Comprising: 2 beds, open plan 
living area, f/f kitchen, downstairs cloakroom, 
family bathroom, courtyard garden, allocated 
parking. No DSS or smokers, pets considered. 



Picadilly Lane, Ottery St. Mary £350pcm 


Centrally locatedl bed first floor flat 
comprising: bedroom, fitted kitchen, 
living room, bathroom, electric heating, 
outside drying area. Long term let 
available immediately. Conditions: No DSS 



Steel Close, Honiton £560pcm 


Very well presented semi detached property 
offering 2 bed accommodation within walking 
distance of town centre.This property has been 
completely refurbished with new kitchen and 
new fitted carpets throughout. 
Conditions: No DSS, or pets, (cat considered). 



Exeter Road, Honiton £675pcm 

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

2 bedrooms, living room, new kitchen, separate 
utility/laundry room, parking for 2 cars. 

No DSS, children or pets. 



Ridgeway House, Honiton £850pcm 

Stunning luxury apartment forming first floor of a substantial 
Georgian house ideally located close to town centre. 

This impressive residence comprises: 3 good size bedrooms, 
luxury en suite bathroom, dual aspect living room, large 
modern family bathroom, f/f kitchen/diner with integrated 
appliances, 2 parking spaces, attractive garden to rear. 

Conditions: No pets, smokers or DSS, children considered. 



Gronau Close, Honiton £730pcm 

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



Gronau Close, Honiton £595pcm 

Newly decorated unfurnished end terraced house 


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



Whitebridges, Honiton £675pcm 

Immaculate 3 bed family home in popular 
residential area. This good sized property is 
presented in excellent decorative order 
throughout and comprises: 3 good size beds, 
Lounge, modern kitchen, diner, modern 
bathroom, enclosed rear garden, FGCH, 
Double glazed. Condition: No DSS, 
cat considered, no smokers. 


DPS 

The Deposit Protection Service 


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LOCAL SERVICES 


LocalServices 


MAKE YOUR Jenna Wellman 
ADVERTISING call 01297 446147 
BUDGET GO FURTHER email jenna.wellman(a)pemedia.co.uk 


REMOVALS, CLEARANCE & STORAGE 




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Business’s, Homes, Garages, Gardens, Outbuildings, Shop 
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High quality, individual units. 
Good Access. 

Suit household or business use. 
Owner lives on site. 

Very reasonable rates. 
Telephone: 01297 33839 
Mobile: 07779 550771 
www.hunthay.co.uk 


Self Storage Units 


Large & small storage Units to 
rent in Sidmouth, weekly, 
monthly, yearly contract 
from £21 per week. 

Local removals for customers 
Phone 01395 571002 
or 07775 695687 


Starrs Storage 

Removal* ft Clearance* 

FULL HOUSE REMOVALS 


• Professional & fully insured service. 
SECURE INDOOR SELF-STORAGE 

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



CLEARANCES 

• Single items, Bereavement, Fire, Flood etc. 

MAN AND VAN SERVICE 

• Deliveries and collections 

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4 .111 Imho 01404 891490 / 07886 488634 

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Man and Van 

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

Call David: 01297 32765 or 
07759 099127 


MAN AND VAN 

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


\ Call Steve on 07508 752274 
\ 01404 234135 

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• House clearances 
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•Man and van service 
•Local national and European 
•Free quotation 
No job too big or small 
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Lyme Bay Removals 
and Self Storage 

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

Self Storage 

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

OWN PARKING ' 

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


Avid Move 

FOR ALL OF YOUR REMOVAL NEEDS 

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

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


TAYLORS REMOVALS 

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

Tel: Dave or Dean 

(Axminster) 01297 35740 


COMPUTER HELP & BUSINESS 


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CLEANING SERVICES 


CHIMNEY SWEEP 


CARPET CLEANING 


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

01297 598345 

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day and all I can say is Wow. the mutt was 
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CHIMNEY SWEEP 

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

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

Phone: 01404 813159 

Email: bookings# soor-sweep.co.uk 

Web: www.soot-sweep.co.uk 



DRY CARPET CLEANERS 


A True EARTH Friendly Process 


WINDOW CLEAN (EXTERNAL) 
WITH EVERY ORDER 


dry-as-a-bone.co.uk “forget wet” 

• No Wet Carpets • Safe Non-Toxic Natural 

• Zero Drying Time Biodegradable Product 

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


TEL: 01297 22862 


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Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning 


First Class Service 

• Free Survey with no 
obligation 

• Safe cleaning of both wool 
& synthetic carpets 

• Upholstery 

• Leather 

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

Tel: 01297 561505 


First Class Results 

• Safe insect/moth/fleas 
protection/extermination 

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

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

• Full member of the NCCA 

or 07970 060449 


CLEANING 


HOUSEPROUD 

NOTIMETO CLEAN GIVE MEA RING 

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

YOU NAME IT - WE CLEAN IT 

Experienced, Friendly, Reliable Service 
Free Quotes 

Tel: Jill 01297 34444 
07980 471981 



€31*010*8 

Domestic 
Service 

Weekly and Fortnightly cleans 

Hours are now available 
in Seaton, Colyton, 

Axminster and the 
surrounding areas. 

Trustworthy & highly 
trained staff 
You won’t be disappointed 

Tel CAROLE on: 01297 24202 



POPPIES 

of Lyme Bay 

N° 1 in the UK for Domestic Cleaning 

REGULAR HOUSEWORK 

SPRING & EMERGENCY 
CLEANING 

BEFORE OR AFTER 
REMOVAL CLEANING 

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

www.poppies.co.uk 

01297 561100 



HomeStead 

Carpet Cleaning 

• PRICES FROM JUST £20 
PER ROOM 

• PROFESSIONAL AND 
FRIENDLY SERVICE 

• FULLY INSURED 

• MONEY BACK GUARANTEE 

• FREE ESTIMATES 

• REFERENCES AVAILABLE 

Ring today for FREE 
no obligation quote 

TEL: 07957 661760 


The Carj 
Cleaning Se 

Carpet • Rugs • I'pl 
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REPAIRS, AERIALS & SATELLITES 


AERIAL VISION 
SOUTHWEST 

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

Visit our website for 

details and packages Re 9 No - 1 8265688 rdi 

www.avsouthwest.com 


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


Standard 
installation 
packages 
starting 
from £100 



AERIALS & CABLE 

7V & Radio Aerials 

Installations & Repairs 
Satellite Installation 
UHF&VHF 

Digi Upgrades & Boxes 
Multi Point Installation 

Established 42 years 

Tel:01297 443928 
Mobile 07814 481833 


TELEVISION REPAIR 

Your Local TV 
Repair Service 

LYME BAY 

TELEVISION SERVICE 

Repairs and Service to 
TV, DVD, VCR & AUDIO 



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


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LOCAL SERVICES 


GARDENS & LANDSCAPES 


GARDEN & LANDSCAPE SERVICES 



Tree Surgery and Fencing 

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

• Forestry maintenance and/or clearance 

• All types of fencing and decking • Grass cutting service 

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

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

Qualified and fully insured. 

Approved contractor for Devon and Somerset Fire and Resuce Service. 

www.threecountiesgroup.com 



E.D. GARDEN SERVICES 

• Fencing and gates 

• Clearance and maintenance 

• Hedgecutting and strimming 

• Tree felling, surgery and pruning 

• Turfing and seeding 

• Paths, patios and gravelling 

• Fully insured and registered 

All aspects of other garden work undertaken 

01297 625121 /07949 457995 

24hr Storm damage service 



Eden Garden Developments 


Design, Construction & Care of 
Landscapes & Gardens 

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

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


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POND SPECIALIST 


AQUATIC SOLUTIONS 

POND AND WATER FEATURE SPECIALIST 

Renovation ^ 

PAUL HILL HND FFFM 

Construction 

12 years experience in 

Aquatic Weed Control ■ 

L Aquatics & Water 

Disease Diagnosis V 

& Treatment 

Engineering 
References available 

Water Quality 

™ Tel: 01460 30770 

Aquarium Installation 

(Winsham) 

Garden Maintenance 

Mob: 07875 584226 




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Ornamental Ironwork 


Gates ♦ Balustrades ♦ Hand Railings etc 
Welding Repairs & Fabrication 


P.R. DRIVER 

105A Harepath Road, Seaton, 
Devon EX122DX 

Telephone: 01297 21109 


DAVID BRIGHT Garden & Fencing Service 


FENCING 

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

GARDEN MAINTENANCE 

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

We provide a service to meet all your garden requirements. 

Please phone David to discuss your individual needs 

Tel: (01297) 678498 





LOGS FOR SALE 



“ASHLEYS” ASH LOGS 

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

01297 680535 / 07807 455160 


Dorset Firewood 
QUALITY SEASONED 

LOGS FOR SALE 

AND KINDLING 
Hard wood or mixed 
loads available. 

Place your order now before the winter rush. 

Ring for Details and prices 

07773 845724 
01297 35638 

| www.threecountiesgroup.com' 


SEASONED 
LOGS FOR SALE 

Any size loads available. 

Ring anytime on 
07979 646110 or 
07815 755608 


DRY STORED 
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LOGS FOR SALE 




£55.00 per tonne collected 

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GARDENS & LANDSCAPES 


SHEDS, SUMMERHOUSE AND GARDEN BUILDINGS 


BEAMINSTER 

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




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

(based on easy access & level base) 

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


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


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


LUTON GREEN 
SAWMILL 

GREEN OAK FOR 

TIMBER FRAMED BUILDINGS 

Tel: 01404 841 504 


Sawmills 

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

LOOK BEFORE YOU BUY 

We come out and give FREE ESTIMATES 

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

www.allanbrightsawmills.co.uk 

HONITON TEL:01404 43411 

Sheds and 

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Summerhouses 

I* gajlden buildings 

• AJ garden timber building And structures 


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• Thatching vendee to ell garden products 


> Direct from the manufacturer 

• Dovecotes to workshops 

• living vans and shepherds huts 


QUALITY TONGUE , 

• Carpentry etc • Sbedre-4eta 


AND GROOVE ***•»* 

• Custom and standard builds 


SHEDS yi mi «••**!!• 

• Have preparation and installation 


6 a4' SHEDS FROM £240 F bmmt price 

TEL: 01297 34509 MOB 07773 182 929 


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r»6' SHEDS FROM 090 01404 031701 


TREE SURGEONS 




FULLY QUALIFIED & INSURED 


20 YEARS EXPERIENCE 

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Western Tree Services Ltd. 



Total Tree Care 

• FtJIngand Dtsmancftng 1 


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Specialising in Tree Surgery, 

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Felling, Pruning, Hedging 

a Hedfce Cutting For ihMwcniMieU 


Self propelled 6” chipper & man for hire. 

• Garden clearance TEL: 01404 841314 


Chip trees and branches in parts of your 

• Phrmnc Mobile: 07957 £58202 


garden wheeled chippers cannot reach. 

NfTC Quitted 5ca0 / ful Uabdqr Insurance 


Chips and Logs For Sale 

ALL ASPECTS OF DOMESTIC TREE WORK UNDERTAKEN 

1 Cirvch NCM Krb wmm uconnmyr com 


Contact: Mr K Williams on (01297) 445670 



BUILDING & PROPERTY MAINTENANCE 


ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES 


DAMP PROOFING 



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



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


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


Northcott Design 
& Management 

Architectural Design 
Management Services 

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


East Devon Damp 

Proofing, Timber 
Preservation and 
Property 
Maintenance Ltd 

Please call for a free quote 
Telephone 01297 20219 



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BUILDING & PROPERTY MAINTENANCE 


PROPERTY MAINTENANCE 




• Plastering • Painting • Decorating 

• Exterior & Interior 

-♦- 

Tel: 01297 - 21597 Mob: 07813 678430 


PROPERTY MAINTENANCE 
DECORATION 
GENERAL BUILDING 
CARPENTRY 

Phone ROB MITCHELL 
Home 01297 35556 
Mobile 07974 490602 


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Property 
General Bui 
Kit 

Restore 



MATT PAINES 

BUILDING & 

PROPERTY 

MAINTENANCE 


Tel: 01297-24220 
Mob: 07851749902 


www.mattdainesbuilding.co.uk 

i BUY WITH CONFIDENCE! 

DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL, TRADING STANDARDS APPROVED 1 


KITCHENS & BATHROOMS 


KITCHEN DOORS 

Replacement door 
and drawer fronts 
Any size - Many styles 
Lowest prices 

Free estimates • No VAT 
Telephone 01395 225190 
Economy Kitchen Doors 


mark simpson 

• KITCHENS • BEDROOMS • 

. BATHROOMS • 

6£MHAl NtOPfDTY MA/MTiHANC£ 

01297*23056 07837*393256 



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FLOORING 


MARK PIBWORTH 

CAIPF AN0V1NYIHTTH 
Over 25 pears ejperience 

No VAT 
Free ostimotts 
Free panning 

01404 44184 

Mob: 07977 271733 




Ross Lambert 

Carpet and Vinyl Fitting 

Professional carpet fitter 
with over 15 years experience 

Free measuring and estimating service 
No job too small! 

29 Park Road, Beer, 

Devon EX12 3HJ 

01297 625529 
07878 155894 

rosslambert 10 @ hotmail .co.uk 


COB, STONE & LIME WORK 


BUILDING SERVICES 


ROOFING 



BEN SANSOM - 01297 35906 07940 536383 


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01404 46539 • 07976 475229 


Building Maintenance 


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#11 types of boiidnc maintenance undertaken 
retudne carpentry , pjintrg. decorat**. re 
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00 )o6, cal on the number Detow tor an 
appointment and a free estimate. 

Dm Merten 

Phon* 0U17 6)1124 | MoW* 0774M72DS 


Castle Head Builders 



- Extensions 

- Renovations 

- New Build 

- General Building Work 

- Local 

- Reliable 

- References available 


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


A ROOFING SERVICES 
‘RAISING ROOFING 
STANDARDS’ 

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

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



GARAGE DOORS PLANT HIRE 


GARAGE DOORS 


Mini Digger 

Supplied & Fitted • Repairs 


and 

Remote Controls 


Driver for Dailey Hire 

Free Quotations 

9am to 7pm - 7 days 


01297 

01297 24137 


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HOME IMPROVEMENTS 


Professional Painting 

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

Ross Young 

01404 831540 07799334885 

Covering the whole of East Devon 


David Thomas 

Quality Decoration Service 

For all your painting, 
decorating and property 
maintenance requirements 

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


Scott Cooper 

Plastering 
and Tiling Ltd 

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


HANDYMAN 


Exterior House Painting 
garethrichgal972@hotmail.com 1 


07949 792125 
01297 24289 

4 Burnham Close 
Seaton, Devon 
EX12 2UW 


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MAKE YOURS 
AN ‘Al’ HOME 

Plastering 

The Local Reliable Quality 
Professionals 
GET THE 4 Al’FINISH 
For free quotation call 
01297 631481 
07746 648679 



T>ecOY;fitLlA,C) 

services 



Utimduoit 

Painting & Decorating 
Stonework & Brickwork 
General Masonry 
Extensions 
Plastering 




Colin Dolman 

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♦ ( (t’ttrraJ Repair* A MaiXmitrr 
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Interior / Exterior 

Painter & 
Decorator 


Est1988 
Leo 


01297 625676 


CARPENTRY 



maintenance 

Renovate & Protect ! 

FREE ESTIMATES 

NO JOB TO SMALL !! CONTACT GRAHAM. 

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

Paths, Patios, Conservatories 
Over 15 years Experience 

MAKING YOUR PROPERTY SMILE AGAIN 

! THUS ADDING VALUE TO IT ! 


FREEPHONE - 0800 084 2467 
VISIT OUR WEBSITE 

www.gbcmaintenance.co.uk 
mobile 07809603253 


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HANDY MAN 

VERY EXPERIENCED 
SEMI-RETIRED BUILDER. 


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


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


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Professional Handyman Services! 

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

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BLINDS 


Hopson Blinds 


VENETIAN 

ROLLER 

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REPAIRS 

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FITTING AND ADVICE 

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

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

01297 - 33488 

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Westgrove joinery Uimited 


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

For a free quotation call: 

01395 568123 


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C^jalrty bespoke wooden products 
Hardwood and softwood solid surfaces 
Staircases, Doors. Windows. Kitchens 
Furniture, Arches and Curved Icons 


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LOCAL SERVICES 


PLUMBING, HEATING & ELECTRICAL 


PLUMBING 


PATRICK WHELAN 

PLUMBING & HEATING 
SERVICES 

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

AXMINSTER & SURROUNDING AREAS 
01460 221424 or 07777622841 


EAST DEVON PLUMBING 

For all types of dome 

Mo job loo small 

BATHROOM & KITCHEN 
INSTALLATIONS 

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01404 85 00 99 



GAS CHECK 
SOUTH WEST 

*Gas Safe Registered* 

199190 

For all 

INSTALLATIONS • SERVICING 
PLUMBING/HEATING • REPAIRS 

07811129913 or 01404 45090 
FREEEPHONE 0800 0938169 


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GK Plumbing & 
Heating Services 

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

Bathrooms and Wetroom installations 

07896 344457 
Evenings 01297 32466 




Des Grant 

Plumbing & Heating 


QUALIFIED REGISTERED , - . 

ENGINEERS WORKING IN THE | 

PLUMBING INDUSTRY SINCE 1977 

GAS & OIL 

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

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




Contact: 07785 935177 0129735559 


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Installation and Repairs 


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Paul Harvey 


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• DOMESTIC • COMMERCIAL 

Commercial / Domestic Work 


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NICEIC Approved 


Tel: 01404 851155 


fl T: 01297 32700 

Mob: 07768 266731 


M: 07796 517702 


• Electrical 
Installations 

• Inspection & Testing 

• Security Systems 

• Fire Alarm Systems 

• Maintenance 

• 24 Hour Breakdown 
Service 


C* WESCO 

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

FREE ESTIMATES 

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

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Central heating 
systems 

Fires, boilers, 
cookers and hobs 

Landlords safety checks 

7 Year Warranty 
on Boilers 

LPG, Gas & Oil 

Bath and 
shower rooms 


LOFT CONVERSIONS 


DEVON & DORSET 
LOFT CONVERSIONS 


Internal and 
External 
, Alterations 


For a quote or advice please call 
01297 443061 07785 500603 

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




PETS 


PET SUPPLIES 


‘V GOSFORD 

ROAD, OTTERY 
• v ST MARY 

EX1IINU 

C&L PET HOME VISITING SERVICE 

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

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



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KENNELS AND CATTERY 


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



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Collection 
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HEALTH AND CARE 



NORDIC WALKING 

HYPNOTHERAPY 

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Clinical Hypnotherapy 
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energy levels 

problems 

• Tone up and lose weight 

• Sociable, safe 

• Suitable for all levels 

outdoor exercise 


Now available in your local area... 

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


Michelle Hague 

BA(Hons) Cert ed PDC Hyp PDCBHyp FBSCH 

Clinics in: 

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


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Clinical Hypnosis and Cognitive 

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

• Weight loss - Hypno-Band 

• Stress and anxiety 

• Self esteem / ego boosting 

• Confidence building 

• Nervous skin 
conditions i.e rashes 

• Healthy eating 

• Sleep problems 

• Relationship difficulties 

• Breaking unwanted habits 
such as smoking or nail biting 

• Fears and phobias and 
much more 

Michelle is an experienced 
therapist an international 
lecturer with the London 

College of Clinical Hypnosis. For 

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


FRENCH LESSONS 

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

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


TREATMENT ROOM 


To Let 

TREATMENT ROOM 

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

For full details: 07855 917795 


FOOT CARE 


Lindy Parry - Podiatrist/ Chiropodist 

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

A Private chiropody clinic Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at: 

Townsend House Medical Practice Seaton 

A wide range of nail and foot care treatments available, from the removal of corns and callosities 
to nail surgery. Foot health assessments also undertaken including those for diabetic patients. 
A nail cutting only service is available at these clinics. 

To make a booking please caff 

01297 22956 


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HEALER AND PSYCHIC MEDIUM 


HOME CARE 


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

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

HOME VISITS 

member of int.college of holistic medicine. 
Anne Walker S.N.H.S. [dip] & [adv.dip] 
e.mail userwlk746'@aol.com 



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CryfUl Milling ♦ Prlvtt# 

Reiki • Meditation Workshops 


PRIORY HOME CARE SERVICE 
in and around 
Ottery St. Mary 

Caring for someone? 
Living alone? 

Need a little help or 
support? 

We can provide 
all the help you need. 

Call us on 01404-815511 



MISCELLANEOUS 


HOUSE SITTING 


HOUSE SITTER 

Unexpectedly available 
October - March 

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

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

Contact: Robert 07779 584403 


CLOCK REPAIRS 


Clock Repairs 

FOR Al.l. VOt R 
CI.OCK \M) WATCH REPAIRS 

Free Eitimafes 

Collection and Delivery Service 

Steve Pratt: 01297 560942 


SK Drawing Services 


GRAPHIC DESIGN 


2D C AO Draughting 

Oawngs to rr«?l you* requirement* 

Coojr ptotting Verity l up to M size) 

3D CAD 

Pho1cr«aJtttic >mage* ana virtual model* 
of your dfefrgn or prodtoot 

CAD Training 

Coo’ses designed to sut your needs 
Learn at yeer orar pace 


01297 631622 tnailCdJskdrawco uk 



Northcott Design 
& Management 

Do you want to benefit from access to 
more than a century of building and 
construction experience? 

Northcott Design & Management is a local 
company based in Colyton and has been 
formed by its three directors coming to¬ 
gether to offer clients the opportunity to 
utilise their combined 100+ years of work¬ 
ing in the construction industry. 

Roger Brisley has been involved in archi¬ 
tecture, planning and building regulations 
for more than 35 years and likes to keep 
up with the latest construction techniques 
and designs. 

Paul FitzHenry is a specialist in contracts, 
tenders and project management and has 
run diverse projects locally and interna¬ 
tionally, small and large. 

Carl Northcott has been in construction 
and advising clients on design and build¬ 
ing issues for more years than he cares to 
remember, his local experience is invalu¬ 
able. 

These three vastly experienced construc¬ 
tion professionals have joined forces to 
offer the complete range of construction 
services that are essential to projects rang¬ 
ing from small domestic extensions and 
new builds to full commercial and public 
developments. 

Your project could be:- 

• At the conception stage - where you need 
help with design and planning issues. 

• Post planning - where you need assis¬ 
tance with the selection of the most appro¬ 
priate & cost effective builder, the 
administration of contracts or maybe some 
project management services. 

• During construction and your project is 
encountering some unforeseen problems 
that require the input and support of a trou¬ 
ble shooter. 

At Northcott Design & Management we 
will tailor our services to suit our clients’ 
requirements. Whatever stage your project 
is at Northcott Design & Management is 
here to help you achieve the best result in 
the most cost effective manner and deliv¬ 
ered in the best timescale. 

Please contact us to receive a free one hour 
consultation with one of our directors. 








































































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Motoring View 


MAKE YOUR Amy Down 
ADVERTISING call 01297 446157 
BUDGET GO FURTHER email amy(a)tindlenews.co.uk 


FREE TYRE SAFETY CHECKS AVAILABLE 
DURING TYRE SAFETY MONTH 


A record number of garages and tyre re¬ 
tailers in the region are showing their 
support for October’s tyre safety month, 
which is organised by not-for-profit or¬ 
ganisation TyreSafe, by offering free tyre 
safety checks to motorists. 

The safety inspections are just one part of 
this year’s campaign which is trying to 
help drivers stay safe on the roads as we 
approach the wettest and most treacher¬ 
ous months of the year. 

“It’s often said that the best things in life 
are free, and these important safety 
checks really are 
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▲ The 20p test to check tyres have sufficient 
tread depth 


great example of this,” said Stuart Jack- 
son, chairman, TyreSafe. 

“We’ve devised a number of ways to help 
people to check their own tyres, but there 
really is no substitute for having a quali¬ 
fied professional offer their expertise and 
make a significant contribution to helping 
make our roads a safer place.” 

To find your nearest tyre retailer or 
garage offering free tyre safety checks 
throughout October, drivers can call the 
campaign hotline on 0845 301 6852. 

As part of the checks, tyres will be in¬ 
spected to ensure they have adequate 
tread depth to make them safe and 
legal, are inflated to the correct and 
are free from any cuts, lumps or 
bulges which may indicate internal 
damage. 

For those drivers preferring to inspect 
their tyres themselves, TyreSafe has 
developed a range of online resources in¬ 
cluding a short animation showing how 
to take its 20p test. The campaign is also 
being supported with a new Facebook 
page - www.facebook.com/tyre- 
safeUK - which asks drivers to take 
the 20p pledge, meaning they com¬ 
mit to having their tyres inspected 
within the next week. 


For more information about TyreSafe and tyre safety, 
visit www.tyresafe.org. 


DALLAWAY'S GARAGE 

Servicing and MOTs to all vehicles 



♦♦SPECIAL OFFER! LABOUR RATE 
NOW E19.95+VAT PER HOUR!** 


• SERVICING • MAINTENANCE • MOTS • REPAIRS 
• DIAGNOSTICS • COURTESY CAR • WELDING 
• VALETING • REMAPPING & COMMERCIAL 
• COLLECTION AND DELIVERY 

Why not pop in to see Hayley & Tim 
and see how we can help you? 


Tel: 01404 831666 
Mobile: 07966 022999 


RAY-C-AUTOS 


CAR OF THE WEEK 


2004/04 CITROEN C3 LX 1.4 
5 DOOR HATCHBACK 



5 door hatchback, petrol, manual, multiple airbags, front 
and rear headrestraints, cloth trim, adjustable drivers seat, 
remote central locking, radio/cd, rear wash/wipe, body 
coloured bumpers, low tax, low insurance, good MPG, tax 
30.11.2012, service history. £2,195 


Phone 01297 444477 / 07768 255613 

www.ray-c-autos.co.uk 



4x4 PICK UP 


2006 56 NISSAN NAVARA 
Dl 4x4 DOUBLE CAB 
TURBO DIESEL 

Full Service History, superb condition 
throughout, 16,000 miles only since new 

£7,995 NO VAT 


LARGE VAN 



2009 VAUXHALL MOVANO 
3500 CDTI EURO 4 LONG 
WHEEL BASE 13FT LUTON 



Super condition, 1 owner, Sevice 
History, long MOT 

£7,500 +VAT 



TRUCK OF THE WEEK 


TIPPER 05 REG IVECO 
EUROCARGO 
7.5 TON TIPPER 

Ex Local council, very low recorded 
miles, MOT tested end of February 2012, 
very light useage all its life 

£5,995 +VAT 


LARGE VANS 

2009 VAUXHALL MOVANO 3500 CDTI EURO 4 LONG WHEEL BASE 13ft 

LUTON, Super conditon, 1 owner, service history, long MOT. 

.£7,500+VAT 

2008 FORD TRANSIT 350 100 BHP LONG WHEEL BASE HIGH ROOF, 

18,000 miles only, long MOT, Super van througout. £8,250+VAT 

2008 VAUXHALL VIVARO 2900 CDTI LONG WHEEL BASE, Turbo Diesel, 

EURO 4, only 28,000 miles, Full MOT, on sale. £6,500 NO VAT 

2008 FIAT SCUDO90 MULTI JET SHORT WHEEL BASE LOW ROOF 
TURBO DIESEL, A very well cared for vehicle in excellent condition 
throughout, 12 months MOT. £4,650+VAT 

2007 FORD TRANSIT CONNECTT230TURBO DIESEL, long wheel base, 
high roof, 42,000 miles, very light use. £4,650+VAT 

2007 FORD TRANSIT 100 BHP T 350 rear wheel drive 3.5 ton gross 
vehicle weight, very well maintaied (above average miles), 160,000 

miles recorded, long MOT. £3,500 NO VAT 

2006 FORD TRANSIT 260 TURBO DIESEL, short wheel base, low roof, 

very clean and tidy van, 12 months MOT. £3,250+VAT 

2000 FIAT DUCATO MAXI TURBO DIESEL LONG WHEEL BASE 6 
WHEELER (special purpose) misi bus partialy converted to motor 
home all parts to complete with vehilcles. £5,000 

SMALL VANS 


2008 PEUGEOT PARTNER 625 S HDI 75BHP TURBO DIESEL, new style 

with a side door, 1 owner, very nice condition, 12 months MOT. 

.£3,750+VAT 


2007 NISSAN KUBISTAR SE DCi TURBO DIESEL, same as Renault Kangoo, 
1 owner, 35,000 miles, long MOT, super condition. £3,500+VAT 

2006 CITROEN BERLINGO (ENTERPRISE) HDi TURBO DIESEL 2 LTR 

55,000 miles, PX bargain, long MOT, very clean and tidy van. 

.£2,250+VAT 

4x4, TRUCKS & PICK UPS 

2007 FORD RANGER TURBO DIESEL SUPER CAB 2 wheel drive pick up, 
newshape, 143PS, 57,000 miles only, full service history ..£4,250+VAT 

2006 FORD RANGER TURBO DIESEL SUPER CAB 4x4 PICK UP a 1 

owner well maintained vehicle, long MOT. £4,995+VAT 

2006 KUBOTA K008 3 DIGGER COMPLETE 3 digging buckets & 
galvanised trailer ready to go to work. £7,500+VAT 

2002 52 REG MITSUBISHI L200 WARRIOR TURBO DIESEL double cab 
pick up 4x4, very tidy condition, 12 months MOT. £3,250+VAT 

R REG MAZDA B3500, 4 WHEEL DRIVE, DOUBLE CAB PICK UP, 

Taxed and MOT, ready to go .£1,500+VAT 

HISTORIC DAVID BROWN 885 DIESEL TRACTOR runs and drive well, 
a very nice restoration project. £1,500+VAT 

HISTORIC FERGUSON T20 PETROL TVO TRACTOR all there need is 
some TLC, runs & drives well. £1,500+VAT 


CARS 

2007 PEUGEOT 207 S HDi TURBO DIESEL 5 door, hatchback, fitted usual 
Peugeot extras, 12 months MOT, 6 months tax. £4,250 

2005 KIA MAGENTIS LE AUTOMATIC 1997 CC, 4 door, saloon, 25,000 
miles only since new, full service history, MOT 23-9-13 taxed 31-1-13 
.£1,500 

2004 FORD FOCUS LX TDD TURBO DIESEL 5 door Estate car, a very 

clean tidy car in excellent condition throughout, service history. 

.£1,750 

WE HAVE LOTS OF SPARES 


1968 BSA 250CC B25 STARFIRE (a barn find on road since 2001) (A very 
easy restoration) complete with BSA owners club dating certificate. 

.£1,500 

55 REG VAUXHALL VIVARA all body panels 

55 REG FORD TRANSIT 280 engine, gearbox, axle x2 

FORD TRANSIT ‘190’ engine, gearbox 

04 REG LD 16 SEAT MINIBUS no engine 

TRANSIT DOUBLE CAB TIPPER body panels 

VIVARO 5 speed gear box 

VIVARO 6 speed gear box 

FORD IVECO 7.5 TON CHASSIS CAB no MOT 

S REG IVECO for scaffold truck extra long d/sode body, no MOT 

LEYLAND DAF FA45/150 spares or repair chassis cab, good engine g/box, sold 

as non runner due to MOT expeired 


EastDevonVans 

WANTED: Cars, vans & lorries (Minimum £100 cash on collection) 

Marcus Road, Dunkeswell, Honiton, Devon EX14 4LA 

Tel: 01404 890161 


We accept Credit + Debit Cards Finance Available 
OPENING HOURS 

Mon-Sat 9.00am-5.00pm Closed Sundays 
AFTER HOURS 
07716 788 148 / 07743 624515 
















































































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Tuesday October 16th 2012 


RAY-C-AUTOS 

Unit 1, Lyme Regis Industrial Estate DT7 3LS 


Opening Times 
Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm 
Sat 9am - 2pm 
Sunday and other times 
by appointment 


2009/09 HONDA JAZZ 
1.4 l-VTEC ES 




5 door hatchback. Manual, One 
Owner, low miles 32,895, Air Condi¬ 
tioning, Radio/cd/mp3, Multiple 
Airbags, Electric Windows, Electric 
Mirrors, PAS, ABS, Remote Central 
Locking, Adjustable Steering Wheel 
Reach and Rake, Isofix Child Seat | 
Anchor Points, Front and Rear Head 
Restraints, Cloth Interior, 15" Alloy | 
Wheels, lovely black metallic paint, 

with service history. £7,695 

SEE WEBSITE OR PHONE FOR 
SPECIFICATION 


2005/05 VOLKSWAGEN 
BORA 1.9 TDI 130 HIGHLINE 


2004/04 CITROEN C3 LX 1.4 
5 DOOR HATCHBACK 


2010/59 CITROEN C4 GRAND 
PICASSO 1.6 HDi 110 VTR + 


2002/02 MINI COOPER 
1.6 CHILI PACK 


Manual, diesel, one owner, service 
history, low miles 18890, Blue, ABS, 
ESP, A/C, AW, Cruise Control, Front 
Arm Rests, Folding Rear Seats, Mul¬ 
tiple Airbags, Roof Rails, Radio/cd, 
Front and Rear Headrests, Trip Com¬ 
puter, Electric Door Mirrors, Front 
and Rear Electric Windows, Audio 
Remote Control, RCL, Isofix Child 
Seat Anchor Points, Cloth Seat Trim, 
Front Fog Lights, Height Adjustable 
Drivers Seat, PAS, Solid Paint, Steer¬ 
ing Wheel Rake Adjustment, Service 
Indicator, 7 seats. Insurance group 7, 

Tax band F £135 a year. £9,995 

SEE WEBSITE OR PHONE FOR 
SPECIFICATION 


2009/09 FORD TRANSIT CONNECT 
1.8 TDCI 75T200SWBL 



4 door, Diesel, automatic, full service history 


. £4,995 

SEE WEBSITE OR PHONE FOR SPECIFICATION 



3 Owners, 83k Miles, Low Tax, 30.11.12, Low 

Insurance Group 2, Service History. £2,195 

SEE WEBSITE OR PHONE FOR SPECIFICATION 



3 Door, Manual, leather trim, long MOT Sept 

2013. £2,750 

SEE WEBSITE OR PHONE FOR SPECIFICATION 



One owner, service print, low miles 27,495, 


. £5,895 + VAT 

SEE WEBSITE OR PHONE FOR SPECIFICATION 


2007/57 VOLKSWAGEN CADDY 
C20 2.0LTR SDI PD 69PS 


2003/03 PEUGEOT 406 GLX 
1.8 ESTATE 


2009/59 SUZUKI SPLASH 
GLS+ 1.2 


2000/W REG VAUXHALL 
ASTRA 1.8 SXI 



5 door. Manual, Diesel, One Owner, low miles 


48,000 miles. £4,895+VAT 

SEE WEBSITE OR PHONE FOR SPECIFICATION 



5 door, Manual, tax 30/4/13, MOT 14/4/13, recent cambelt 
change only 71,6000 miles, just been serviced ...£1,695 
SEE WEBSITE OR PHONE FOR SPECIFICATION 



5 door. Manual, One owner. Low miles, 14,600, 
Service history. Low tax. Low insurance, tax 31/5/13 

. £5,995 

SEE WEBSITE OR PHONE FOR SPECIFICATION 



5 door. Manual, tax 31/12/12, MOT 24/4/2013, 

some service history, 112K. £1,095 

SEE WEBSITE OR PHONE FOR SPECIFICATION 









































































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Smaller price, bigger value: Micra 
now available from £7,995 


Nissan has made its Micra 
supermini range even better 
value for money by bringing 
the price down to a city car- 
rivalling £7,995. 

Despite the low price it still 
packs big car equipment 
with Bluetooth as standard 
as well as an auxiliary input 
for MP3 players, even on the 
entry-level Visia. It is also 
available for just £99 per 
month on a PCP deal. 

And the value story doesn’t 
end there; further up the 
range, the Acenta model is 
now £9,995. On top of the 
Visia’s equipment it adds 15- 
inch alloys, air conditioning, 
front fog lamps and a leather 
steering wheel among other 
items. It is also available for 
just £119 per month. 

The next rung on the Micra 
ladder is the Acenta Connect 
which has Nissan’s award¬ 
winning Connect touch¬ 
screen satnav system 
combined with Bluetooth for 
hands-free telephone calls 
and music streaming. The 
Acenta Connect costs 
£10,495 and is available for 
£129 per month. 

The good news also extends 


to the most stylish member 
of the Micra range, the 
ELLE; a special edition pro¬ 
duced with the world’s lead¬ 
ing women’s magazine. In 
addition to the Acenta Con¬ 
nect spec, it has climate con¬ 
trol, a glass roof, painted 
15-inch alloy wheels and 
ELLE badging as standard. 
The ELLE is now just 
£11,195 and available for 
£139 per month too. 

At the top of the range sits 
the flagship Micra Tekna, 
which adds a glass roof, 


parking space measurement, 
rear parking sensors, auto¬ 
matic headlights, rain sens¬ 
ing wipers and climate 
control to the specification 
of the Acenta Connect. An 
extremely well-equipped 
car, it doesn’t come with a 
hefty price tag, costing just 
£11,545 and available from 
only £149 per month. 

As well as taking advantage 
of these exceptionally low 
prices and deals, retail buy¬ 
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08 08 407 2.0 HDI, 136 SPORT, AUTO, MET GREY,1 88K.£4,495 

06 06 407 1.8 S 4 DOOR, MET BLUE, 92 K.£2,995 

07 57 308 2.0 HDI 136 GT, 5 DOOR, 6 SPEED, SILVER, 19K.£8,995 

06 55 307 1.6 HDI SE 110, 5 DOOR, SILVER, 52K.£POA 

05 55 307 1.6 HDI S 5 DOOR, WHITE, 57K.£3,750 

03 03 307 1.6 RAPIER 5 DOOR, MET BLUE, 91 K.£2,350 

02 52 307 1.6 SW SE AUTOMATIC, SILVER, 62K.£2,750 

01 51 307 1.6 LX 5 DOOR, MET GREEN, 45K.£1,595 

08 08 206 1.4 HDI LOOK, 5 DOOR, RED, 34K.£5,495 

01 Y 206 1.6 XSI (FULL LEATHER), CHINA BLUE, 89K.£1,850 

OTHER USED CARS 

73 L JAGUAR E TYPE V12 SERIES 3 TOURER, WHITE, 51 K.£49,500 

1111 FORD FIESTA 1.25 EDGE (82), 3 DOOR, PANTHER BLACK,13K.£7,995 

11 60 MERCEDES E350 CDI AVANTGARDE, 4 DOOR, CUPRITE BROWN, 7K ...£29,995 

1 0 59 CITROEN C3 1.4HDI VTR+, 5 DOORMET RED, 1 3K.£8,250 

08 58 VAUXHALL CORSA 1.3 CDTI CLUB, 5 DOOR, MET BLUE, 26K.£7,250 

08 58 RENAULT CLIO 1.5DCI DYNAMIQUE S (106), SILVER, 34K.£6,495 

08 08 RENAULT TWINGO 1.2 EXTREME RED, 37K.£4,450 

07 56 FIAT MULTIPLA 1.9 JTD DYNAMIC, 6 SEATS, MET BLUE, 93K.£4,250 

06 06 TOYOTA COROLLA 1.6 COLOUR COLLECTION 5 DOOR SILVER, 66K £4,995 
06 06 TOYOTA MR2 1.8 VVTI ROADSTER, SILVER 93K.£4,995 


06 06 VAUXHALL ASTRA ESTATE 1.6 DESIGN A/C, SILVER, 99K.£3,495 

06 55 FORD FOCUS 1.6 ZETEC CLIMATE AUTOMATIC, MET RED, 32K.£4,995 

05 54 FORD FOCUS 1.8 TDCI ZETEC, PALE MET GREEN, 78K.£3,495 

04 54 AUDI TT 1.8T 150 CONVERTIBLE, SILVER, 48K.£8,995 

04 04 CITROEN PICASSO 2.0 HDI DESIRE 2, SILVER, 74K.£2,995 

04 04 RENAULT CLIO 1.2 DYNAMIQUE, MET RED, 57K.£2,995 

04 04 NISSAN ALMERA 1.5 SE 5 DOORPALE MET BLUE, 84K.£2,495 

03 53 MAZDA 2 1.4SD DIESEL5 DOOR, SILVER, 48K.£3,450 

01 51 VW BEETLE 2.0 A/C, MET BLUE, 1 00K.£2,350 

00 X BMW 5201 2.2 SE AUTOMATIC, PALE MET GREEN, 143K.£2,495 

00 X MITSUBISHI SPACE STAR 1.8 GLX, BLUE, 75K.£1,495 

00 W VAUXHALL ASTRA 1.6 LS 5 DOOR, SILVER, 144K.£895 

99 T BMW 3281 SE 4 DOOR, MET GREY, 97K.£2,495 

84 A AUSTIN MAESTRO 1.6 HLS 5 DOOR (ONE OWNER) PALE MET BLUE, ONLY 
21 K.£1,995 

4 X 4 & VANS 

05 05 LDV CONVOY 400 2.4TD 17 SEATS MINIBUS, WHITE, 54K.NO VAT £4,495 

04 04 MITSUBISHI SHOGUN 3.2 Dl-D ELEGANCE, AUTO, LWB, SILVER, 101K.£8,995 

04 04 MITSUBISHI SHOGUN 3.2 Dl-D WARRIOR, AUTO, LWB, BLACK, 76K.£7,995 

04 54 FREELANDER TD4 SE AUTOMATIC, 5 DOOR, BLACK, 95K.£5,495 

02 52 MITSUBISHI SHOGUN EQUIPPE, AUTO, VAN, SILVER 118K.NO VAT £4,850 

01 51 DISCOVERYTD5 GS AUTOMATIC, 7 SEATS, MET RED, 122K.£5,250 


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D.A. 



WESTCOUNTRY JAGUAR 

Independent Jaguar & Daimler Specialists 

Tel: 01404 891999 Email: daleewestcountryjag@yahoo.co.uk 

Passionate aBout Jaguars for over 43 years 

All services are carried out to Jaguar published schedules exactly 



Customer TestimoniaCs 


Hi Derek, just to say thank you for the recent work carried 
out on my Jag. Everything was perfect and as I was so im¬ 
pressed with your service, I will without hesitation use you 
again, and will also recommend you to others. 

R&P.S Axminster 

Dear Derek, I was delighted with all aspects of the service I 
received from Derek Lee at Westcountry Jaguar. Derek's in- 
depth knowledge of all things Jaguar and his speedy and ex¬ 
pert diagnosis of the problem I had with my X-Type left me a 
very, very satisfied customer indeed. This was in contrast to 
a number of visits to various Jaguar main dealers which have 
often left me frustrated and occasionally less than happy 
with the service I received. On return, my car was valeted to 
a high standard and has since been running beautifully. What 
more can I ask! All my own words! M.M Wilmington 

Hello Derek, just thought I would drop you a line to says 
thanks for the excellent service carried out on my S Type last 
week. This is only the second time I've used you, but you can 
rest assured I will not be taking my car anywhere else now. 

L.R 

Greetings Derek, as you said it was like driving a new car. I 
delayed emailing you until today because I wanted to check 
my fuel consumption after a long M Road run. Yesterday my 
wife and I drove to Cheddar, we covered 150 miles of which 
120 would have been on the M5.1 averaged 35.1 mpg which 
I would assume was satisfactory. Thanks for all your skilled 
work on my car. D.S 


Dear Mr Lee, after bringing my car to you for the first time 
last week for a health check I wanted to let you know how 
pleased I was with the thoroughness, efficiency and courtesy 
I received. I was appalled by what you discovered, many and 
various parts that should have been replaced, maintained or 
at least brought to my attention by the local main Jaguar 
dealer who have regularly serviced the car since new 10 
years ago. I only wish I had brought the car into you sooner 
but rest assured it will be coming back to you from now on. 

K.W Sidmouth 

Derek, thought I would express my thanks regarding my re¬ 
cent service on my XK8. I was first of all delighted to find 
someone so enthusiastic and knowledgeable, and local. I am 
really pleased with your attention to detail, and your friendly 
approach. P.E 

Derek, just a quick note to say a very big thank you for look¬ 
ing after my Jag X Type so well over the past four years. It got 
put on the back burner, but you put it right for me, now going 
like a dream. Many thanks and I'll see you next year. 

G.G Honiton 

This is now the third time I have used Mr Lee's services and 
the quality and attention to detail of his work is quite extraor¬ 
dinary. I would not contemplate going elsewhere and would 
totally recommend his services to anyone who cares about 
their Jag. Thanks Derek, regards J.B 

Hello Derek, A quick note to say thanks for sorting out the 
problem with my car's handbrake. All is now well again. Car 
also now drives like new after the service you did. 

Cheers, L.R 


Hi Derek,great job, the car drives like a dream, thanks very 
much for your hard work and also for lending me your pride 
and joy. I'll be calling on your services again at the end of the 
summer for wax oiling as you recommended if your still up 
for it. Best regards, S.B 

Dear Mr Lee, I would just like to say thank you for the excel¬ 
lent work you carried out on my Jag when servicing it. As you 
know the car is new to me and I wanted you to look at it from 
front to back as well as service it. Your attention to detail and 
overall knowledge of the XKR ( or indeed any Jag) is stagger¬ 
ing. I have never had doorhinges and even the filler cap 
hinge greased as part of a service before, even by a main 
dealer. This just underlines your passion for Jaguars. 
Although this is the first time I have used your services, I will 
most definitly use you again for anything that is required for 
my XKR and would thoroughly recommend you to any Jag 
owner. You have given a better value for money and a better 
quality of service than I could have expected. 

Oh and thank you for cleaning the interior of the car, I didn't 
notice until I got home and didn't have a chance to say thanks 
(I had been meaning to do it for a while ). Best regards, A.L 

Derek, Just to let you know that I was very satisfied with the 
work carried out on my 'S' Type last week. I was really im¬ 
pressed with the professionalism and attention to detail 
which, coupled with your courtesy, obvious enthusiasm for 
the marque and reasonable prices, made the whole thing 
well worth a trip over the border to Devon. This was the first 
time we had met but I will certainly be back and will recom¬ 
mend you to others. Regards, J.V. Bridport, Dorset 


WWW.daCeeweStCOUntryjag.CO.U^ Unit 26, Flightway Business Park, Dunkeswell, Devon EX 14 4RD 

ARE YOU PLEASED WITH 
WHO MAINTAINS YOUR JAGUAR? 


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WDV 


SOUTH WEST 

LTD 


Part 

Exchange 

Centre 


AUDI DIESEL HATCHBACK A3 1.9 TDI SE 
MANUAL 6 SPEED 



2005 05 reg, Blue metallic with beige cloth interior, UPGRADE DIGITAL 
CLIMATE, elec win/mirrors, ELECTRIC GLASS SUNROOF, alloy wheels, 
CD stereo, UP TO 55 MPG! 1 PREVIOUS OWNER FROM NEW, F/S/H, 
ONLY 96K mis. Exceptional throughout and real value as only. 

. £4,995 part/x welcome 


CHEVROLET HATCHBACK AVEO 1.2 LS 
MANUAL PETROL 5 DOOR 



2009 09 Reg, Grey metallic with grey cloth interior, A/C, Electric windows 
/mirrors, trip Computer, Folding rear seats, srs airbags, ABS, 1 OWNER 
FROM NEW, FSH, ONLY 28K mis. Exceptional condition throughout, 
OWN THIS CAR FROM ONLY £14 PER WEEK SUBJECT TO STATUS OR 
CASH PRICE. £4,995 part/x welcome 


PEUGEOT DIESEL 7 SEATER 
ESTATE 308 1.6 HDI SE 



2008 58 Reg 7 SEATER, Grey metallic with BLACK FULL LEATHER INTERIOR, 
Climate control. Heated seats, FULL LENGTH GLASS PANORAMIC SUNROOF, 
IMPACT PROTECTION, alloy wheels, CD stereo system, 1 PREVIOUS OWNER 
FROM NEW, 86K mis, FSH, Cruise Control, Privacy Glass, Exceptional condition 
throughout, OWN THIS CAR FROM ONLY £19 PER WEEK SUBJECT TO STATUS 
OR CASH PRICE. £6,995 part/x welcome. 


NISSAN 4x4 DIESEL TERRANO 
2.7 CRD MANUAL 3 DOOR 



2003 53 Reg, 4WD, Silver/green metallic with cloth interior, A/C, 
elec win/mirrors, TOW BAR, ALLOYS, stereo system, 1 PREVIOUS 
OWNER, ONLY 67K mis, FSH, NO EXPENSE SPARED, Real value 
as only. £5,495 


PEUGEOT DIESEL SALOON 406 SE 
LUXURY PACKAGE MANUAL 6 SPD 



2005 05 Reg, Silver metallic with BLACK HALF LEATHER INTE¬ 
RIOR, CLIMATE CONTROL, electric windows / mirrors, alloys, 
CD stereo, 1 PREVIOUS OWNER, 113K mis, FSH, up to 
46mpg, Real value as only. £2,495 


VOLKWAGEN DIESEL ESTATE PASSAT 2.0L 
TDI SPECIAL EDITION MANUAL 6 SPD (140) 



Dec 2007 57 Reg, Dark blue metallic with black cloth interior, digital climate 
control, electric seats X2, electric mirrors, PARKING SENSORS, ALLOY 
WHEELS, Cd stereo, 1 PREVIOUS OWNER FROM NEW, ONLY 59K mis, 
TOTAL SERVICE HISTORY, OWN THIS VEHICLE FROM ONLY £21 per week 
or cash price. £7,995 


CHEVROLET HATCHBACK AVEO 1.2 LS 
MANUAL PETROL 5 DOOR 



2009 09 Reg, Black metallic with grey cloth interior, A/C, Electric win¬ 
dows/mirrors, trip Computer, Folding rear seats, srs airbags, ABS, 1 
OWNER FROM NEW, FSH, ONLY 28K mis, Exceptional condition through¬ 
out, OWN THIS CAR FROM ONLY £14 PER WEEK SUBJECT TO STATUS 
OR CASH PRICE. £4,995 part/x welcome 


VW DIESEL HATCHBACK POLO 
1.9 SDI TWIST MANUAL 



2004 04 Reg, Blue metallic with dark grey cloth interior, A/C, elec 
win/mirrors, traction control, SRS, ABS, CD stereo system, 90k MLS, 
FSH, Real value. OWN THIS CAR FROM ONLY £10 PER WEEK SUB¬ 
JECT TO STATUS OR CASH PRICE ... £2,995 part/x welcome 


VOLKSWAGEN DIESEL PASSAT 
HIGHLINE MANUAL (130) 



2004 04 Reg, Grey metallic with black leather cloth interior, A/C, 
elec wind/mirrors, alloys, CD stereo, 1 PREVIOUS OWNER, 140K 
mis, FSH, UP TO 55 MPG! Real value as only. £2,495 


VAUXHALL DIESEL 7 SEATER ZAFIRA 1.9 
DCTI SRI MANAUL 



Nov 2007 57 Reg, Blue metallic with grey cloth interior, A/C, elecwin/mir- 
rors, SRS ABS, SRI package, folding front facing extra seats, SRI alloys, CD 
stereo, 1 PREVIOUS OWNER, ONLY 28K mis, FSH, untouched example 
throughout and real value. OWN THIS CAR FROM ONLY £21 PER WEEK 
SUBJECT TO STATUS OR. £7,995 


RENAULT CLIO 1.2 DYNAMIQUE 
TOM-TOM MANUAL 5 DOOR PETROL 



2010 10 Reg, Silver metallic with grey cloth interior, A/C, elec win/mirrors, TOM-TOM 
SATELLITE NAVIGATION, trip computer, ALLOY WHEELS, ABS, SRS IMPACT PROTEC¬ 
TION, Cruise control, with speed limiter, CD stereo, 1 OWNER FROM NEW, ONLY 9,000 
MILES, F/S/H, Exceptional condition throughout, OWN THIS CAR FROM ONLY £21 PER 
WEEK SUBJECT TO STATUS OR CASH PRICE. £7,995 part/x welcome 


MAZDA DIESEL 8 SEATER BONGO 
HIGH-TOP AUTOMATIC 



1998 Reg, Grey metallic with grey cloth interior, CLIMATE CONTROL, elec 
win/mirrors, ELECTRIC RAISING HIGH-TOP ROOF, EIGHT SEATS, electric 
window blinds, FULLY FOLDING SEATS INTO VARIOUS SLEEPING 
POSITIONS, alloy wheels, CD stereo system, ONLY 80K mis, A RARE 
HIGH TOP EXAMPLE IN SUPERB CONDITION THROUGHOUT, real value 
as only. £4,995 


RENAULT CLIO 1.2 CLIO SPORT 
MANUAL 3 DOOR PETROL 



2006 06 Reg, Silver metallic with grey cloth interior, A/C, elec win/ 
mirrors, SRS impact protection, ABS, alloy wheels, CD stereo system 1 
PREVIOUS OWNER FROM NEW, ONLY 36K mis, F/S/H, Exceptional 
condition throughout, OWN THIS CAR FROM ONLY £10 PER WEEK 
SUBJECT TO STATUS OR CASH PRICE. £3,495 part/x welcome 


MERCEDES DIESEL 7 SEATER E220 
CDI AVANTGARDE AUTO 



2002 02 Reg, Silver metallic with BLACK LEATHER IN¬ 

TERIOR, A/C, elec folding mirrors, REAR FACING FOLDING 
EXTRA SEATS, alloy wheels, CD, 130K mis, FSH, superb 
throughout, real value as only. £3,995 


MITSUBISHI 4X4 SHOGUN PININ 
WARRIOR 2.0L PETROL 



2003 03 Reg, Black metallic with BLACK FULL LEATHER INTE¬ 
RIOR, A/C, elec win/ mirrors, alloys, CD stereo, same owner 
since 2005! only 68K mis, F/S/H, a great top spec example 
and real value as only. £3,495 



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We pride ourselves on providing 
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We offer a wide range of 
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Please call or book online 
via our website, 
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Price List 

High Detailed Full Valet.£90 

Full Valet.£70 

Full Interior.£50 

Full Exterior.£35 

Mini Valet & Polish.£50 

Mini Valet.£35 

Hoover Dash & Windows.£20 

Hoover & Wash.£12 

Wash.£6 

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cleaningmachine polishing , 
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OTTER VALE motor services 

YOUR COMPLETE MOTORING SOLUTION 


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Call 01404 861474 






2007/57 FIAT SCUDO 2.0 MULTIJET 
120 HI DELUXE VAN, Manual, 
Diesel, 51,000 miles, Red. 13 
Months Warranty Included In Sale, 
Full MOT, Faultless Drive, 6 Speed 
manual gearbox, Electric mirrors, 
Electric windows, Radio CD Player. 
Insurance Group:9. £4,999 


2005/54 AUDI A3 1.6 FSI Sport, 5 

Doors, Manual, Hatchback, Petrol. 
113,000 miles, Blue. 13 Months War¬ 
ranty Included In Sale, Stunning Vehi¬ 
cle, Good Service History, Full MOT, 
Warranted Mileage, Alloy wheels, 
Radio/CD. £4,750 

2002/02 FORD FOCUS 1.6 GHIA, 5 

Doors, Automatic, Estate, Petrol. 
127,000 miles, Silver, MOT-06-2013. 
13 Months Warranty Included In 
Sale, One Previous Owner, Good 
Service History, Taxed, CD Multi¬ 
changer, Air con, Insurance Group 
6.£1,495 Px To Clear 


2005/05 FORD FOCUS 1.8 TDCi LX, 5 

Doors, Manual, Estate, Diesel. 118,000 
miles, Silver, MOT-05-2013. 13 Months 
Warranty Included In Sale, Full Service 
History, One Owner From New, Radio 
/CD, Air conditioning, Alloy wheels, 
Front electric windows, Remote central 
locking. £2,250 

2002/02 NISSAN X-TRAIL 2.01 SE + , 5 

Doors, Manual, Station Wagon, Petrol. 
118,000 miles, Blue. 13 Months 
Warranty Included In Sale, Superb 
Throughout, Good Service History, Full 
MOT, Leather seats, Heated front seat, 
Radio/CD Multichanger, Air con, Alloy 
wheels. £2,895 


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2003/53 SEAT LEON 1.9 TDi 110 SX, 5 

Doors, Manual, Hatchback, Diesel, 
t 139,000 miles, Blue, MOT-05-2013. 13 
Months Warranty Included In Sale, 
Excellent Condition Throughout, Two 
Previous Owners, Faultless Drive, 
Recent Cambelt Change, Air con, 
Alloy wheels, Radio/CD. £2,350 



2004/04 FORD Mondeo 2.0TDCI 130 

Ghia, 5 Doors, Manual, Hatchback, 
Diesel. 80,000 miles, Black. 13 Months 
Warranty Included In Sale, Full Service 
History, One Previous Owner, Superb 
Throughout, Full MOT, Warranted 
Mileage, Radio/CD Multichanger, Alloy 
wheels, Cruise control. £3,495 

2004/04 NISSAN ALMERA 1.8 16V SXE 
[SAT NAVI, 5 Doors, Manual, Hatchback, 
Petrol. 56,000 miles, Silver, MOT-07-2013. 
13 Months Warranty Included In Sale, 
One Previous Owner, Excellent Condition 
Throughout, Navigation system, 
Radio/CD, Air con, Alloy wheels. £2,250 



1999/T TOYOTA LANDCRUISER 4.2 TD 
GX 5DR AUTO 8 SEATER, 5 Doors, 
Automatic, Station Wagon, Diesel. 
109,000 miles, Red, MOT-05-2013. 13 
Months Warranty Included In Sale, 
Superb Throughout, Taxed, Alloy 
wheels, Radio/CD Multichanger, Cruise 
control, Heated front seat. £7,995 

2005/05 CHRYSLER Grand Voyager 
2.8 CRD Limited XS, 5 Doors, Auto¬ 
matic, Estate, Diesel. 90,000 miles, 
Blue. 13 Months Warranty Included In 
Sale, One Previous Owner, Good Serv¬ 
ice History, Superb Example, Full MOT, 
In Built DVD System, Full Leather Interior, 
Heated front seat. £5,495 

2002/52 MAZDA 323 1.6 GXi, 5 Doors, 
Manual, Hatchback, Petrol. 55,000 
miles, Silver. 13 Months Warranty 
Included In Sale, Full Service History, 
One Previous Owner, Stunning 
Example, Full MOT, Radio CD Player, Air 
conditioning, Front electric windows, 
Electric door mirrors. £2,250 

2005/05 SKODA OCTAVIA 1.9 TDI PD 
ELEGANCE DSG, 5 Doors, Automatic, 
Hatchback, Diesel, 128,000 Miles, 
Blue, 13 Months Warranty Included In 
Sale, Full Service History, One Previous 
Owner, Superb Throughout, Full MOT, 
Warranted Mileage, CD Multichanger, 
Alloy Wheels, Cruise Control. .£3,250 

2005/54 HYUNDAI COUPE 2.7 V6, 3 

Doors, Manual, Coupe, Petrol. 
28,000 miles, Black. 13 Months War¬ 
ranty Included In Sale, Full Service 
History, One Owner From New, Su¬ 
perb Example, Full MOT, Warranted 
Mileage, Full Leather Interior, Air con¬ 
ditioning, Alloy wheels, Cruise control 
£3,999 

2001/X MITSUBISHI SHOGUN 2.8 

GLX TD, 5 Doors, Manual, Station 
Wagon, Diesel. 95,000 miles, Blue, 2 
Owners. 2001 MODEL IMPORTED 
FROM ARGENTINA IN 2008 13 Months 
Warranty Included In Sale, Full 
MOT, Good Service History, Well 
Maintained, Radio CD Player, 

Electric Windows, Electric Mirrors. 

£3,995 


2001/Y VOLKSWAGEN TRANSPORTER 
WINDOW VAN 2.5 TURBO, Manual, 
Diesel. 158,000 miles, Yellow, MOT-09- 
2013. 13 Months Warranty Included In 
Sale, Two Previous Owners, Faultless 
Drive, Recent Cambelt Change, 
Taxed, Radio CD Player, Alloy wheels. 

£6,995 





2002/02 HONDA CIVIC 1.61 VTEC SE, 

3 Doors, Automatic, Hatchback, Petrol. 
24,000 miles, Blue, MOT-03-2013. 13 
Months Warranty Included In Sale, 
One Owner From New, Full Service 
History, Warranted Mileage, Taxed, Air 
conditioning, Alloy wheels, Radio/CD, 
Front electric windows. £2,995 

1998/S RENAULT CLIO 1.2 GRANDE, 

5 Doors, Manual, Hatchback, 
Petrol. 93,000 miles, Blue, MOT-07- 
2013.13 Months Warranty Included 
In Sale, Good Service History, Two 
Previous Owners, Very Clean 
Example, Warranted Mileage, 
Road Tax Until July 2013. £1,250 

2005/05 SUZUKI GRAND VITARA 2.0 
16V 5DR, 5 Doors, Manual, Estate, 
Petrol. 74,000 miles, Silver, MOT-08- 
2013. 13 Months Warranty Included 
In Sale, Two Previous Owners, Good 
Service History, Excellent Condition 

Throughout, Air con, Radio/CD. 

£3,695 

2003/53 NISSAN NAVARA DOUBLE CAB 
PICK UP 2.5DCI 4WD, 4 Doors, 
Manual, All Terrain, Diesel. 90,000 
miles, Blue. 13 Months Warranty 
Included In Sale, One Previous Owner, 
Full MOT, Excellent Condition 
Throughout, Service History, Full Leather 
Interior, Radio CD Player, Alloy wheels 
£4,495 







« 2003/03 MAZDA MAZDA6 2.0 TS2, 5 

Doors, Manual, Estate, Petrol. 74,000 
miles, Silver, MOT-08-2013. 13 Months 
Warranty Included In Sale, Full Service 
History, One Previous Owner, Excellent 
Throughout, Warranted Mileage, 
Radio/CD Multichanger, Air con, Alloy 
wheels, Cruise control. £2,999 





1998/S JEEP WRANGLER 4.0 
SPORT, 2 Doors, Manual, Soft-Top, 
Petrol. 73,000 miles, Black. 13 
Months Warranty Included In Sale, 
Good Service History, Two Previous 
Owners, Superb Throughout, 
Faultless Drive, Full MOT, Radio CD 
Player. £4,499 

2000/X SUBARU LEGACY 2.5 GX, 4 

Doors, Manual, Saloon, Petrol. 
125,000 miles, Green, MOT-07-2013. 
13 Months Warranty Included In Sale, 
Very Clean Example, Taxed, Alloy 
wheels, Front electric windows, Rear 
electric windows, Electric door 
mirrors. £1,295 P/X To Clear 




2003/53 VOLKSWAGEN POLO 1.2 
TWIST, 3 Doors, Manual, Hatchback, 
Petrol. 90,000 miles, Black. 13 
Months Warranty Included In Sale, 
Full Service History, One Previous 
Owner, Full MOT, Taxed, Air 
conditioning, Alloy wheels, Front 

electric windows, Ins Group 3. 

£2,995 

2007/56 CHEVROLET MATIZ 1.0 SE, 5 

Doors, Manual, Hatchback, Petrol. 
40,000 miles, Silver. 13 Months 
Warranty Included In Sale, Full Service 
History, Superb Example, Full MOT, 
Warranted Mileage, Two Previous 
Owners, Radio/CD, Sports seats, Front 
electric windows, Insurance Group 3. 

£2,350 

2004/04 HONDA JAZZ 1.41-DSI SE 
SPORT, 5 Doors, Manual, Hatchback, 
Petrol. 50,000 Miles Silver MOT-06- 
2013. 13 Months Warranty Included In 
Sale, Full Service History, Superb 
Example, Two Previous Owners, Fully 
Kitted Out For Being Towed, Radio/CD, 
Air Conditioning. £4,495 

2003/53 LAND ROVER Freelander 
1.81 Serengeti Station Wagon, 5 

Doors, Manual, Station Wagon, 
Petrol. 88,000 miles, Gold. 13 Months 
Warranty Included In Sale, Two Previ¬ 
ous Owners, Good Service History, 
Full MOT, Warranted Mileage, Superb 
Condition, Air con, Alloy wheels, 
Radio/CD. £2,495 

1993/K MITSUBISHI PAJERO 2.5 TD 
AUTO 7 SEATS, 4 Doors, Automatic, 
All Terrain, Diesel. 140,000 miles, 
White, MOT-04-2013. 2006 Import, 
Very Good Condition, Full Leather, 
13 Months Warranty, Faultless Drive, 
Taxed Until End Of September, Alloy 
Wheels, CD Player. £1,750 


2004/04 FORD Mondeo 2.0TDCI 
»- 130 Ghia X, 5 Doors, Manual, 

Hatchback, Diesel. 72,000 miles, 
Silver. 13 Months Warranty Included 
In Sale, Full Service History, Excel¬ 
lent Throughout, Full MOT, Superb 
Throughout, Two Previous Owners, 
Taxed, Full Leather Interior, Heated 
seats, CD Multichanger. £3,695 


2003/03 LAND ROVER FREELANDER 
2.0 TD4 SERENGETI SW, 5 Doors, 
Automatic, Station Wagon, Diesel. 
130,000 Miles, Silver. 13 Months 
Warranty Included In Sale, Full Serv¬ 
ice History, Full MOT, Very Clean Ex¬ 
ample, Air Conditioning, Alloy 
Wheels Radio/CD. £2,995 

2003/53 ISUZU RODEO 3.0 TD DENVER 
DOUBLE CAB 4X4, 4 Doors, Manual, All 
Terrain, Diesel, 77,000 Miles, Maroon, 13 
Months Warranty Included In Sale, Full 
Service History, Full MOT, Faultless Drive, 
Warranted Mileage, Radio/CD Player, 
Alloy Wheels...... £5,695 


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WINTER MOTORINING SPECIALISTS 


Essential local businesses to help with your motoring requirement 



M&R Tyres 



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East Devon Business Park, 
Wilmington. Honiton, 
Devon EX14 9RL 


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• DIAGNOSTICS 


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BASED in Wilmington, just outside Honiton, M&R Tyres Batteries 
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will happily give you tips on tyre care to help you get the most out 
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However, it’s not just with tyres that they can offer their expertise. 
They can fix any problems with brakes, batteries, clutches, and 
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carry out your MOT test for you. 

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Why not pop in to see Hayley & Tim 
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Tel: 01404 831666 ~ Mobile: 07966 022999 ~ Unit 7, East Devon Business Park, Honiton EX14 9RL 


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equipped to repair everything from a small dent to major accident I 
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Please contact us for a free, no obligation quote. 


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A ^ 1 ^ FORD AUTHORISED REPAIRER 



GUARANTEED USED CARS VEHICLE TESTING STATION 

Ford Servicing, Spares etc 
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Hatherleigh Town. 

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Clyst Valley. 

Morchard Bishop. 

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Seaton Town. 

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Willand Rovers. 

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University. 

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Beer Albion. 

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Tiverton Town. 

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Westexe Rovers. 

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Colaton Raleigh. 

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Pinhoe. 

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Sandford. 

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Axminster Town. 

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Axmouth United. 

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1 

3 

12 

18 

7 

Clyst Valley. 

.4 

2 

0 

2 

10 

8 

6 

Westexe Rovers. 

.4 

1 

1 

2 

10 

7 

4 

Bow AAC. 

.4 

1 

0 

3 

5 

7 

3 

St Martins. 

.4 

1 

0 

3 

4 

8 

3 

Beer Albion. 

. 5 

0 

1 

4 

7 

13 

1 

Lapford. 

.4 

0 

0 

4 

4 

15 

0 

Uplowman Athletic. 

.4 

0 

0 

4 

2 

23 

0 

DIVISION SIX 

P 

w 

D 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 

Silverton. 

.7 

4 

1 

2 

21 

15 

1 

13 

Dawlish United . 

.4 

4 

0 

0 

10 

12 

Amory Park Rangers. 

.6 

3 

1 

2 

19 

9 

10 

Feniton. 

.4 

3 

0 

1 

23 

5 

9 

Langdon. 

.4 

3 

0 

1 

20 

10 

9 

Dunkeswell. 

.4 

3 

0 

1 

14 

9 

9 

East Budleigh. 

.6 

2 

2 

2 

9 

9 

8 


. 5 

2 

1 

2 

19 

20 

7 

.4 

2 

0 

2 

15 

9 

6 

Morchard Bishop. 

.4 

2 

0 

2 

13 

13 

6 

Topsham Town. 

.7 

1 

3 

3 

15 

34 

6 

Stoke Hill. 

.5 

1 

1 

3 

12 

18 

4 

Priory. 

.3 

0 

1 

2 

5 

9 

1 

Chagford. 

.3 

0 

0 

3 

2 

18 

0 

North Tawton*. 

.4 

0 

0 

4 

5 

23 

-1 

DIVISION SEVEN 

P 

W 

D 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 

Honiton Town. 

.5 

4 

1 

0 

22 

10 

13 

Halwill. 

.4 

4 

0 

0 

20 

6 

12 

Ottery St Mary. 

.7 

3 

1 

3 

21 

22 

10 

Fluxton. 

.4 

3 

0 

1 

15 

5 

9 

Cheriton Fitzpaine. 

.6 

2 

2 

2 

16 

16 

8 

Otterton. 

.5 

2 

1 

2 

18 

8 

7 

Met Office. 

.3 

2 

1 

0 

5 

0 

7 

Starcross Generals. 

. 5 

2 

1 

2 

18 

15 

7 

Tipton St John . 

. 5 

1 

3 

1 

9 

11 

6 

Tedburn St Mary. 

.6 

2 

0 

4 

15 

26 

6 

Open Space Int. 

. 5 

2 

0 

3 

12 

23 

6 

Colaton Raleigh. 

.5 

0 

2 

3 

8 

19 

2 

Newton St Cyres. 

.3 

0 

1 

2 

3 

8 

1 

Lympstone. 

.5 

0 

1 

4 

3 

16 

1 

DIVISION EIGHT 

P 

W 

D 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 

Sidbury Utd. 

.7 

5 

1 

1 

24 

14 

16 

Hemyock. 

.5 

3 

1 

1 

18 

11 

10 

Lapford. 

.6 

3 

1 

2 

16 

16 

10 

Pinhoe. 

.3 

3 

0 

0 

17 

5 

9 

Langdon. 

.4 

2 

1 

1 

15 

8 

7 

Bampton. 

.3 

2 

1 

0 

9 

5 

7 

Woodbury. 

.4 

2 

1 

1 

9 

5 

7 

Bickleigh. 

Offwell Rngrs. 

.3 

.5 

2 

2 

0 

0 

1 

3 

16 

23 

7 

15 

6 

6 

Sandford. 

.6 

2 

0 

4 

11 

14 

6 

Colyton. 

.5 

1 

1 

3 

11 

22 

4 

Alphington. 

.3 

1 

0 

2 

9 

12 

3 

Newtown. 

.4 

1 

0 

3 

7 

11 

3 

Folly Gate. 

.5 

1 

0 

4 

4 

29 

3 

Winkleigh. 

.5 

0 

1 

4 

4 

19 

1 









GOALS KEEP FLOWING FOR FENNY 


SW PENINSULA DIV 1(E) 


GOAL hungry FENITON smashed 
a magnificent seven goals for the 
third time this season. 

The latest team to be put to the 
sword were TIPTON ST JOHN 
who were beaten 7-0 as Mark 
Kingdon's side reached the quar¬ 
ter-final of the East Devon Senior 
cup. Paul Dowling (2), Dave O'¬ 
Connor (2), Julian Bolt (2) led the 
goal parade. 

Not such good news from Beer 
Albion. The Fishermen went 
down 2-1 at Exmouth Amateurs. 
An unfortunate Andy Foster own 
goal proved to be the decider. 
Matt Rowson had earlier 
grabbed the visitors'consolation. 

Sam Elstub netted twice to 
give SIDBURY UNITED an excel¬ 
lent 4-1 win against CULM 
UNITED in Division 1. 

OFFWELL RANGERS won a 
thrilling Division 3 contest 
against NORTH TAWTON 5-4, 
and just across the valley at 
UPOTTERY the home team were 
2-0 winners against THORVER- 
TON with Sam Winslade getting 
both goals. 

Elsewhere, FENITON Reserves' 
100 per cent record in division six 
perished at Silverton where they 
went down 2-1. 

RESULTS 

GRADDON VENDING 
DEVON COUNTY 
PREMIER CUP FIRST ROUND 
Hatherleigh 3 North Molton 5 
Ipplepen 0 Heavitree Social 5 
Tavistock Com 0 Plympton 4 
Totnes & Dart 4 Chaddlew'd 2 
FI RE WATCH 
DEVON SENIOR CUP 
SECOND ROUND 
Harbertonford 4 Hemyock 0 
Paignton Villa 4 Crediton 3 
Tipton St J w/o v Sham'shire 
BUDDENSWESTINSURE 
DEVON COUNTY 
INTERMEDIATE CUP 
Second round (east) 

Culm United 5 Sandford 0 
Second round (SOUTH) 


Riviera Utd 0 Roselands 5 
South Brent 3 Foxhole Utd 5 

FRESHA DEVON & 

EXETER LEAGUE 
PREMIER 

Budleigh Salt 2 University 2 
Thorverton 2 Heavitree SU 6 
DIVISION ONE 
Sidbury4Culm Utd 1 
University 3 Alphington 0 
DIVISION TWO 
Exeter CS 0 Westexe Rov 1 
DIVISION THREE 
Offwell Rang 5 N Tawton 4 
Upottery 2 Thorverton 0 
DIVISION FOUR 
Axminster 2 Heavitree Soc 3 
Newtown 6 Bampton 2 
University 2 Exmouth Amat 0 
DIVISION FIVE 
Countess W 3 Hatherleigh 1 
Sampford Pev 5 Lapford 2 
DIVISION SIX 

Dunkeswell 4 Exwick Village 3 

Silverton 2 Feniton 1 

DIVISION SEVEN 

Ottery St Mary 5 Tedburn 0 

DIVISION EIGHT 

All matches postponed 

EAST DEVON SENIOR CUP 

SECOND ROUND 

Bow AAC 7 Willand Rovers 1 

Clyst Valley 1 Tiverton Town 4 

East Budleigh 2 Chard Town 4 

Exmouth Am 2 Beer Albion 1 

Feniton 7 Tipton St John 0 

BILL SLEE CUP 

THIRD ROUND 

Colaton Ral 5 Woodbury 2 

Dawlish U 6 Sidmouth Town 1 

FOOTBALL EXPRESS CUP 

SECOND ROUND 

Cheriton Fitz 4 Bow AAC 0 

THIRD ROUND 

Beer Albion 1 Langdon 2. 

GEARY CUP 

second round 

Langdon 3 Woodbury 5 

THIRD ROUND 

Otterton 6 Colaton Raleigh 1 

FIXTURES 
FIREWATCH 
DEVON SENIOR CUP 


SECOND ROUND 
Cullompton RgsvYealm Utd 
(2pm) 

Honiton Town v Colyton (2pm) 

BUDDENSWESTINSURE 
DEVON COUNTY 
INTERMEDIATE CUP 

Second round 

Anchor Chiefs v Bradworthy. 
Chaddlewood v Bere Alston 
Folly Gate v Northside Atlant 
Halwill v Landkey 
LandkeyTn v Halwill 
Marldon v Buckfastleigh Rgs 
Newton St Cyres v Fluxton 
Preston SEnd v Dartmouth 
Woodford v Shakespeare 

FRESHA DEVON & 

EXETER LEAGUE 

(kick-offs 3pm unless stated) 

PREMIER 

Beer Albion v Topsham Town. 
Bud Salterton v Heavitree SU 
Exmouth Am v St Martins. 
Feniton v University 
Hatherleigh v Newtown 
Morchard Bish v Willand Rov 
Seaton Town v Thorverton 
DIVISION ONE 
Bow AAC v University 
Heavitree SU v Wellington 
Tipton St John v East Bud 
Tiverton Town v Culm United 
Witheridge v Chard Town 
DIVISION TWO 
Bickleigh v Westexe Rovers 
Chagford v Dawlish Utd 
Colaton Raleigh v Beacon Kn 
Pinhoe v Clyst Valley 
Sidmouth Town v Halwill 
DIVISION THREE 
Hemyock v Offwell Rangers 
Lympstone v Ottery St Mary 
Newton St Cyres v Winkleigh 
South Zeal United v Newtown 
Thorverton v Sandford. 
University vTedburn St Mary 
Upottery v Dolphin 
DIVISION FOUR 
Bampton v Okehampton Arg 
Chulmleigh v Exmouth Town 
Lords XI v Axminster 
Newtown v Heavitree SU 


University v Seaton Town 
Woodbury v Exmouth Am 
DIVISION FIVE 
Cheriton Fitz v Awliscombe 
Clyst Valley v Bow AAC 
Countess WD v Sampford Pev 
Culm United v Hatherleigh 
St Martins v Uplowman Ath 
Topsham Town v Lapford. 
Westexe Rovers v Beer Albion 
DIVISION SIX 

Amory Argyle v Morch Bishop 
Dawlish Utd v Chagford. 
Dunkerswell v Stoke Hill. 

East Budleigh v Feniton 
Langdon v Silverton 
North Tawton v Amory Park 
Priory v Topsham Town 
DIVISION SEVEN 
Met Office v Lympstone. 
Otterton v Cheriton Fitzpaine 
Tedburn St vTipton St John 
DIVISION EIGHT 
Alphington v Sandford 
Langdon v Bickleigh 
Lapford v Hemyock 
Newtown v Bampton 
Offwell Rangers v Woodbury 
Sidbury United v Pinhoe 

PERRY STREET LEAGUE 
Premier Division 
Lyme Regis 5 Millwey Rise 1 

LYME Regis took full advantage 
of Winsham United's postpone¬ 
ment at Farway to move to the 
top of the Premier division for 
the first time this season. 

The Seasiders, for the second 
week in succession, also laid 
down a significant marker 
against one of the newly-pro¬ 
moted teams from division one 
as they came from behind to 
beat highly rated neighbours 
Millwey Rise 5-1. 

Lyme thought they were de¬ 
nied an early penalty when in¬ 
form striker Julien Simier was 
felled by a trio of Rise defenders 
- but referee Jeff Farley thought 
otherwise. 

The Devonians, missing regu¬ 
lar centre-backs Michael Knight 
and club skipper Matt Hall, 


DIVISION ONE (EAST) P 

Newton Abbot Spurs.8 

Axminster Town.8 

Exmouth Town.7 

Budleigh Salterton.10 

Stoke Gabriel.8 

Teignmouth.9 

Exeter Civil Service.10 

Okehampton Argyle.9 

Totnes & Dartington.7 

Alphington.8 

Crediton Unted.4 

Appledore.7 

Exeter University.7 

Galmpton United.7 

Plymstock United.7 

Sidmouth Town.10 


struck first in a tight first-half 
when ex-Colyton striker 
Calum Somers surged onto a 
ball over the top of the home 
defence before deftly lob¬ 
bing over'keeperWill Meech 
on the half hour. 

But Lyme were level seven 
minutes later when Steve 
Batey nodded home midfield 
colleague Mark Bailey's pre¬ 
cise free-kick. 

Rise went close before the 
break with an effort that re¬ 
bounded off the crossbar. 

The Seasiders got their 
noses in front ten minutes 
after the restart when Simier 
netted into the bottom cor¬ 
ner from 16 yards. 

The killer third goal arrived 
soon after when Batey 
headed home his second off 
the game. 

And the hosts were finally 
away and clear when top- 
scorer Simier cracked a shot 
into the top corner for his 
sixth goal of the season. 

The scoring was completed 
five minutes from time when 
Danny Rudge latched onto a 
long punt from Meech be¬ 
fore slotting home for a clas- 


W 

D 

L 

GD 

Pts 

6 

0 

2 

7 

18 

5 

2 

1 

10 

17 

5 

2 

0 

9 

17 

5 

2 

3 

3 

17 

5 

1 

2 

17 

16 

5 

1 

3 

2 

16 

4 

2 

4 

-6 

14 

3 

2 

4 

-3 

11 

3 

1 

3 

4 

10 

3 

1 

4 

-3 

10 

2 

1 

1 

1 

7 

2 

1 

4 

-3 

7 

1 

4 

2 

-8 

7 

2 

0 

5 

-6 

6 

0 

2 

5 

-8 

2 

0 

2 

8 

-15 

2 


Premier 

Pld 

Diff 

Pts 

Lyme Regis. 

.5 

13 

13 

Winsham utd. 

....4 

9 

12 

Beaminster. 

....5 

1 

8 

Shepton Beau. 

.4 

1 

7 

CrewkerneTown. 

.4 

2 

6 

MILLWEY RISE. 

.3 

1 

6 

Combe Res. 

.5 

0 

5 

Perry Street. 

.5 

-1 

5 

South Petherton. 

.5 

-10 

3 

Ilminster Res. 

.2 

-6 

0 

FARWAY UNITED. 

....4 

-10 

0 

sic route-one goal. 

Division Three 




Millwey Rise Res 1 




Hawkchurch UnitedI 
A 75TH MINUTE goal from 
Shane Featherstone salvaged 
a point for Millwey Rise Re¬ 
serves at Harry's field on Sat¬ 
urday. 

The Hawks had broken the 
deadlock five minutes earlier 
when Tristan Wakeley put 
through his own goal. 
Division Four 
Barrtn Res 2 Farway Res 2 
GOALS from Paul Merchant 
and Dan Williams earned Far¬ 
way Reserves a point from 
their long trip to Shellway 
Lane. 


South West Peninsula League, 
Axminster Town 5 
Exeter Civil Service 1 

AXMINSTER Town moved into second 
place in Division One, their highest po¬ 
sition ever, with this five-star perform¬ 
ance before a big crowd at Sector Lane 
on Saturday (writes Philip Evans) 

After two games in which they have 
struggled to convert their chances, the 
Tigers'attack, with big Peter Knox up 
front for one of his rare appearances, 
put five past the side who beat them 3- 
1 earlier in the season. 

The victory boosted Axminster's 
points tally to 17 for the season and 
they now lie just one point behind 
leaders Newton Abbott. 

Axe looked much more potent up 
front with Knox, the Doncaster-based 
prison warder who married an Axmin¬ 
ster girl, testing the Civil Service 
'keeper early in the game with a sting¬ 
ing shot that was parried away, and 
Jonny Hurford looking his usual dan¬ 
gerous self. 

Both sides played some excellent 
inter-passing football in the opening 
exchanges but it wasn't until the 24th 
minute that Civil Service tested Luke 
Ashford, the home'keeper, steered the 
ball over the bar when Steve Morish 
forced the normally reliable Wes Tarr 
into a mistake. 

As the half progressed Axminster 
looked the more dangerous in front of 
goal with Alex Wheatley going close of 
two occasions before, in the 32nd 
minute, he made it third time lucky 


with a curling shot from the edge of 
the box to open the scoring. 

Civil Service did not look like they 
were about to capitulate and theTigers 
defence, with skipper Darren Stewart 
prominent, were tested on a number 
of occasions before the visitors were 
back on terms when Josh Burrell 
demonstrated excellent close ball con¬ 
trol before slotting the ball wide of 
Ashford in the 43rd minute. 

Then came three minutes of the 
most exciting football seen at Sector 
Lane this season. 

Axe regained the lead in the 44th 
minute when midfielder Jack Knight's 
stinging shot gave the keeper no 
chance followed by a decisive Stewart 
header from a Hurford corner which 
sent the Tigers in at half-time with a 
deserved 3-1 lead. 

After two dismal home attacking 
performances, the Sector faithful 
queued for their half-time cuppa and 
piece of cake in a much happier mood. 

The visitors started strongly after the 
break with Ashford soon in action, tip¬ 
ping a dangerous free-kick over the 
bar. Lewis Crouch had a great chance 
to make it 4-1 but his tamely lobbed 
the ball into the keepers arms and then 
the clever Richie Emmett brought ad¬ 
miring gasps from the crowd with a 
near-miss overhead kick. 

Axminster's superiority in front of 
goal was hammered home in the 70th 
minute when Know latched on to a 
through ball and slotted the ball home 
to make it 4-1 and five minutes later 
nearly made it five when he blazed 


wide. 

The 5-1 scoreline was completed in 
the 86th minute when Emmett 
demonstrated some exquisite skill in 
the box before being pulled back by a 
defender. Wheatley converted with 
ease from the penalty spot. 

Having finished second from bottom 
last season who would have thought 
that Axminster would be challenging 
for the top spot so early in the new 
campaign. 

But the Tigers were well worth this 
victory and with spirit riding high Paul 
Ashford's side are now real contenders. 
Axminster Town: Luke Ashford; Wes 
Tarr, Darren Dtewart, Corry Couch, Dan 
Beer; John Hurdord, Lewis Crouch, Alex 
Wheatley, Jack Night; Peter Knox, 
Richie Emmett. Subs: Eliott Dyer, Ben 
Vine; not used Tom Perryman, Ollie 
Hlghet, Ben Cole. 

Man-of-the-match: Jon Hurford 

Wednesday, October 10th 
CARLSBERG SOUTH WEST 
PENINSULA LEAGUE 
Division One East 
Budliegh Salterton 1 
Sidmouth Town 1 

ON A drizzly Wednesday evening Sid¬ 
mouth visited their neighbours for 
what turned out to be a keenly fought 
contest. 

The Vikings handed Peninsula de¬ 
buts to Dan Broom and Steven Ram- 
paul as they sought a first win of the 
season. 

The Robins started quickly and 
Town's defence had to be on their toes 


to keep the lively Robins'attack at bay. 

Town's strikers were looking danger¬ 
ous on the odd occasion that the side 
kept possesion. 

However just as the halftime whistle 
was to be blown the Robins deservedly 
took the lead when after great defend¬ 
ing by Mark Badcock, twice, the ball 
was cleared to Robins skipper Brett 
Wright who rifled it past 'keeper Jack 
Burgess into the top corner. 

Town made a few adjustments at the 
interval and straight from the restart 
put the Robins' defence under pres¬ 
sure. 

This resulted in a couple of corners 
by Darren Thomas in quick succession 
and from the second of these Dan 
Broom stroked home a superb left foot 
finish to square the tie. 

Both sides continued to press for a 
winner but neither side managed to 
add to their tally. 

Paddy's view 

"A fantastic effort from all 14 players of 
which the defence and keeper can take 
huge credit, with Mark Badcock the pick 
of the bunch." 

Saturdayday, October 13th 
CARLSBERG SOUTH WEST 
PENINSULA LEAGUE 
Division One East 
Sidmouth Town 1 Galmpton 2 
YET again the Vikings lost out by the 
odd goal at Manstone in their search 
for three valuable points. 

Town started brightly and took the 
lead on 15 minutes through Mike 


Stamp who was first to react to a loose 
ball in the visitors'penalty area. 

Matt Rasmussen then had his close 
range effort well saved by the visitors' 
'keeper and Alex Raistrick cleared off 
his own line at the opposite end. 

Half-time was imminent when the 
Vikings lost possession in their own 
half and 10 seconds later Galmpton 
were level with Vikings custodian 
Burgess given no chance. 

The second-half saw few chances 
with Rasmussen firing over on 60 min¬ 
utes and Galmpton hitting the bar on 
75. 

Just when all present thought the 
game was heading for a draw the visi¬ 
tors capitalised on sloppy play and the 
visiting striker raced through the home 
defence to beat Burgess to the ball and 
squeeze home at the near post. 

There was still time for the referee to 
disallow Stamp's effort as ball and 
'keeper ended in the net in what 
looked a fair challenge. 

Paddy's View: 

"THE players are a great bunch and 
spirit is high, we need to have more 
threat in the final third and sometimes 
our final pass lacks quality. 

"The mistakes we are making at the 
back are being highlighted by our in¬ 
ability to create a lot of chances at the 
opposite end. 

"We don't have a game next Satur¬ 
day the 2nds play Halwill at home 
(3pm ko) so we will use the break to try 
and strenghen the squad." 







































PULMAN’S VIEW SPORT 


J Tuesday October 16th 2012 


Netball Honiton 

RESULTS: Division One - Uplowman 59 Tip Top 

Trees 11. 

WITH the just the one game taking place in division 
one this week it was an opportunity for Uplowman 
to achieve a first - holding the top spot in the 
league. 

But in order to get there they had to beat the 
young Tip Top Trees side that has been struggling 
since their return to the top flight. 

With Viv Grant once again back to her best for Up¬ 
lowman they dominated the game from the start 
and despite hard work from the 3Ts, and especially 
Hayley Spiller, the Trees could not get back into the 
game. 

As it was Uplowman recorded their highest score 
of the campaign to date - their 59-11 win moving 
them clear at the top, whilst the defeat for Tip Top 
Trees left them still looking for their first points of 
this winter campaign. 


Division One Pld GD 

Uplowman.4 48 

OPG.3 76 

Signs South West.3 14 

Flamingos.2 22 

Met Office Weather Girls.3 -38 

Tip Top Trees.3 -126 


Pts 

10 

7 

7 

6 

2 

0 


Division Two - JD Tyres 34 Pixies 14, Sidmouth Tou¬ 
cans 29 Otter Valley Dairy 12, Hi Q 47 Water Babies 
3. 

Hi Q were up against Water Babes, and with Bev Par¬ 
ris once again orchestrating the moves for Hi Q they 
proved much too strong for the newcomers. 

Water Babes worked hard throughout the game, 
with Sam Clarke putting in a determined perform¬ 
ance, but Hi Q ran out winners by 47. 

The other unbeaten side Pixies did not fare so well 
when they came up against JD Tyres. 

Emma Griffin put in a good display for Pixies and the 
game started evenly. As the game progressed Tanya 
Broom got better and better for JD Tyres and Pixies 
were not able to find an answer as JD recorded a fine 
34-14 goal victory. 

The third game of the evening saw Sidmouth Tou¬ 
cans up against the division's other newcomers - 
Otter Valley Dairy. 

OVD, with Sarah Anscott in fine form, recorded their 
first score in double figures, in their 12- 29 defeat at 
the hands of theToucans with Sarah Burston playing 
well. 


Division Two 

Pld 

GD 

Hi Q. 

.4 

135 

Pixies. 

.4 

50 

Sidmouth Toucans. 

.3 

37 

JD Tyres*. 

.3 

36 

Howden Hawks. 

.3 

-45 

Otter Valley Dairy. 

.4 

-98 

Water Babies. 

.3 

-115 

(* points deducted) 



Pts 

12 

9 

7 

3 

3 

0 

0 


Boules Axe Valley 

THE first round matches are mostly completed and not 
a single away win so far though three drawn matches 
in the evening. 

Colyton started where they left off last season win¬ 
ning 8-0 while Awliscombe B, 6-2, and Sidford, 7-1, each 
made a good start to their season.The travellers gaining 
a point were Beer at Musbury, Sidbury at Upottery and 
West Hill at Awliscombe against the host's A team. 

In the afternoon the winners were Awliscombe, 6-2, 
Upottery, 5-3, and promoted Musbury, also 5-3 in Divi¬ 
sion 1, the Seaton Cliff A team, 8-0, their B team, 6-2, and 
Sidford, 7-1, in Division 2 and in Division 3 Chard A, 8-0, 
and Sidford 6-2. 


Evening 1 

Pld 

Diff 

Pts 

Beer. 

.1 

-17 

0 

Colyton. 

.1 

36 

2 

St Teresa's. 

.1 

-32 

0 

Upottery. 

.1 

11 

1 

Colyton. 

.1 

-40 

0 

Beer. 

.1 

6 

1 





Musbury. 

.1 

-6 

1 

Afternoon 2 

Pld 

Diff 

Pts 

Sidbury. 

.1 

-11 

1 

Sidford . 

.1 

44 

2 

Seaton Cliff. 

.1 

-36 

0 

Seaton Cliff A.. 

.1 

42 

2 





Seaton Cliff B.. 

.1 

18 

2 

Evening 2 

Pld 

Diff 

Pts 

Lyme Regis. 

.1 

-18 

0 

Sidford. 

.1 

23 

2 

Hemyock. 

.1 

-42 

0 

Awliscombe B. 

.1 

18 

2 

Seaton Cliff D.. 

.1 

-44 

0 

Awliscombe A. 

.1 

9 

1 





West Hill. 

.1 

-9 

1 

Afternoon 3 

Pld 

Diff 

Pts 

Sidbury B. 

.1 

-18 

0 

Chard A. 

.1 

68 

2 

Membury. 

.1 

-23 

0 

Sidbury. 

.1 

34 

2 





Chard B. 

.0 

0 

0 

Afternoon 1 

Pld 

Diff 

Pts 

Colyton B . 

.0 

0 

0 

Upottery. 

.1 

40 

2 

Seaton Cliff C... 

.1 

-34 

0 

Musbury. 

.1 

32 

2 

Hemyock B. 

.1 

-68 

0 

Awliscombe.... 

.1 

17 

2 






golf round-up 


AXE CLIFF with Janet Dock 

Senior Club 

SINCE losing to Long Sutton back in March 
the Seniors have gone unbeaten at Axe 
Cliff with eight wins and two drawn 
matches. 

The eighth was last Monday in the final 
home fixture of the season and with a four- 
and-a-half to one-and-a-half result 
avenged the defeat suffered at High Bick- 
ington in July. 

Although two games were comfortable 
wins the remaining four went to the final 
green with three being halved and the 
other a home victory. 

Winning pairings for Axe Cliff included 
Chris Walker / Peter Knighting, John Hanna 
/ Leighton Morgan and Jack Bannister / lain 
Bain. 

The half points were won by Rob Grove / 
Chris Jowett, Dave Weston / Gilbert Cox 
and Mick Tomes / John White. 

On Friday the Winter League got under 
way. The format is the same as last year, a 
pairs 15 hole Stableford with the best six 
scores from each team to count in the final 
analysis. 

The winners on Friday, posting an open¬ 
ing score of 36 points, were Dave Sam¬ 
mons / Peter Rollason. 

Two teams were one point behind with 
35 points and second place on countback 
went to Geoff Hubbard / Mick Tomes with 
Clive Davie / Roger Wright having to settle 
for third place. 

Main Club 

LAST Sunday the main club played for the 
October Medal where the winner of the 
first division was Peter Pertherbridge with 
Alan Morgan in second place. 

The second division winner was Alex 
Palmer with Stuart Dickson taking second 
place. 


Ladies 

THIS Wednesday, before the rain, the ladies 
competed to see who would represent the 
Axe Cliff Golf Club in the Daily Mail Four¬ 
somes Competition, a national event 
played during 2013. 

The winners were Helen Kenworthy and 
Sandra Walker with Pat Ayshford and Janet 
Dack in second place! 

HONITON with Andy Wagner 
Devonians v Foreigners 
THE annual Devonians v Foreigners com¬ 
petition took place last weekend under 
clear blue skies. 

This year introduced a twist to the com¬ 
petition as the 12 men’s teams were aug¬ 
mented by four ladies teams. 

It was they who had really gone to town 
on the event with the home team sporting 
’County’ green shirts and their bags deco¬ 
rated with Corn Dollies and madly waving 
County ’Saint Petroc’ flags. 

The Foreigners identified themselves in 
the traditional manner with sun hat’s and 
flip flops and acted like they owned the 
place. 

Anyone would have thought it wasn't a 
serious affair but believe you me nothing 
could be further from the truth! 

We played under strict Ryder Cup rules of 
match play teams with the victors gaining 
the most number of wins. If my own match 
was anything to go by the games were 
hard fought with our result ending in a 
'gentlemanly' half on the very last hole and 
although the games were still in the bal¬ 
ance right to the end the Foreigners finally 
came out on top. 

All that was left was for defeated Devon¬ 
ian Captain Paul Dimond to present the 
trophy to the victorious Foreigners Captain 
Dave Morgan. 

Monthly Stableford 


THE Monthly Sableford was played on a 
completely dry course without any run at 
all. 

The greens would hold a ball but that was 
no advantage if you were still 200 yards 
from the hole. 

Only one man managed to beat par with 
Divl's Ed Reece notching an impressive 
39pts. Julian Netherway came second with 
33pts leaving Jim Wallis in third with 31 pts. 

Div2 was a much tighter affair with Dave 
Wilson's 33pts beating Merv Blackmore 
and Tim Morris respectively on count back 

Seniors Section 

AFTER the downpours of the previous day 


PAUL DIMENTit was something of a sur¬ 
prise to find the course open (although 
only with hedgehog trolleys) for the Sen¬ 
iors Stableford and Eclectic 1. 

A few cried off, but 43 braved the wet 
conditions and a couple of them positively 
enjoyed themselves. Jim Wallis carried the 
day with 39 points to top Division 1. Alan 
Pollock did well with a 36, followed by 
Andy Sharland, John Kerr and John Dis- 
combe. 

Division 2 was won by Mike Jones with 38 
points, closely followed by Phil Faulkener 
and Dave Morgan with 37 each. 

Paul Ritchie and Ashley Murray took the 
last two prizes. 



SCRUM-DOWN rugby round-up with Keith Jenkin 

Depleted Sidmouth slayed by Saxons 


DEVONPORT SERVICES 31 HONITON 3 

I DID intimate after watching the Honi- 
ton/Bude game that the Allhallows side 
should concentrate on doing the basics 
well. They did not do so and this rather 
turgid encounter was laced with handling 
errors from both sides. 

Services scored an unconverted try and a 
penalty goal during the first-half, while 
Honiton responded with a Meadows 
penalty to trail 8-3 at the halfway stage. 

The encounter continued in the vein of 
the first-half throughout the third quarter, 
before the home side stretched away and 
put the issue beyond doubt by scoring 
three tries during the final ten minutes 
play, leaving Honiton rather bemused and 
disappointed by the end. 

The Honiton second side was left kicking 
its heels when opponents, Wessex with¬ 
drew from the fixture. 

PAIGNTON SAXONS 31 SIDMOUTH 15 

SIDMOUTH took a shored-up back division 
to Paignton but, although the home pack 
were efficient in going through the phases 
during a evenly contested first period, they 
showed little penetration, while the visitors 
backs looked threatening when in posses¬ 
sion. 

It was Paignton who drew first blood 
however, converting a penalty goal before 
the game was five minutes old, but Sid¬ 
mouth hit back with a similar effort, kicked 
by Whelan, around the end of the first 
quarter. 

He kicked another a couple of minutes 
later to give his side the lead, only for 
Paignton to equalise on the half hour. 

The home side took the lead just before 
the break when, having followed a kick 
ahead and caught the Sidmouth defence 
in possession, they won a penalty. They 
kicked the award to the corner, went for the 
catch and drive that was held up. 

They then tried to push the subsequent 
scrum over but were foiled, the referee said 
illegally, and a penalty try was awarded. 
The try was goaled and Paignton now led 


13-6 at the break. 

Another home try came immediately 
after the restart. Paignton regained posses¬ 
sion, drove forward through their eight be¬ 
fore putting width on the ball.Their winger 
was held up but they pushed the subse¬ 
quent scrum over. 

The try, although unconverted took the 
home side clear and, although Whelan 
then narrowed the gap from the tee, his 
three points was cancelled out by a similar 
home effort. 

Two subsequent long-range efforts by 
the Sidmouth place kicker did give his side 
hope and, with the score line standing at 
21-15 on the hour, they were certainly in 
the contest. 

The Paignton pack was becoming more 
dominant however and play was confined 
to Sidmouth's territory throughout the 
final quarter. 

The defence coped however but, after 
Pyne saw yellow for collapsing a maul, their 
seven-man pack was again pushed over. 

This try was converted and a last minute 
penalty goal took Paignton clear, leaving 
Sidmouth without even a losing bonus 
point to show for their afternoon's efforts. 

CHARD 24 CULLOMPTON 23 

QUITE simply this was one of the closest 
and most exciting games to be seen at Park 
Field for many a long day. It started on a 
sombre note as the big crowd stood for a 
minute in memory of Ryan Sparks. 

On a pitch that was unsurprisingly, just a 
little heavy, it was the visitors who drew 
first blood, kicking a penalty goal through 
Toms after just two minutes to lead 3-0. 

The home side however then embarked 
on something of a purple patch. They 
played some scintillating rugby but were 
matched by an excellent Cullompton de¬ 
fence. 

A try had to come however and it duly 
did when, after some ten minutes of pres¬ 
sure, Lee Carter the home seven drove over 
close to the posts for Nicholls to convert. 

Chard's 7-3 lead did not last long how¬ 


ever. Toms, whose place kicking was a real 
feature kicked another penalty around the 
end of the first quarter to reduce the ar¬ 
rears, and then went on to give his side the 
lead by converting a third effort on the half 
hour. 

Nicholls did respond in kind a minute 
later and Chard led 10-9 but the final few 
minutes of the half belonged to the visitors. 
They turned pressure into points when 
centre Pearce got over for Toms to convert, 
and when he converted Roberts' try just 
before the break he had given his side a 
very real cushion, for the score line now 
read 10-23 in Cullompton's favour at the 
halfway stage. 

Chard were looking down the barrel at 
this stage and it was imperative that they 
scored next. They did just that within five 
minutes of the restart. 

Having won a penalty they kicked the 
award to the corner, won the lineout and 
substitute prop Simon Jenkins bundled his 
way over from the ensuing maul. Nicholls 
landed the conversion and Chard were 
back to within a score. 

The home side tried to emulate this on 
the hour mark by kicking another penalty 
to the corner but were sent empty away by 
the Cullompton defence, and at this point 
their effort received something of a set¬ 
back when Carter saw yellow for some 
technical infringement or other. 

Toms, who had not looked like missing a 
place kick all afternoon was just wide with 
the ensuing place kick from some forty 
yard out and in front, and Chard breathed 
again. 

Their wide runners were beginning to 
give the visitors' defence the odd problem 
however, although the scoreboard re¬ 
mained at 17-23 until five minutes before 
the end. 

Out half Doak then made a break. He de¬ 
layed his pass before timing it well to put 
skipper Parsons into the gap. He took the 
ball at pace and charged over. 

Nicholls notched the vital conversion and 
Chard held on to claim the narrowest of 


wins after a game that was certainly too 
close for comfort. 

PREVIEW 

THE local league programme continues on 
Saturday next, with both sides having 
home games. SIDMOUTH entertain OLD¬ 
FIELD OLD BOYS, a side who have, 
strangely, conceded a game this season; an 
unusual happening at this level. 

They have won on a couple of occasions 
however, with one of their successes com¬ 
ing against North Dorset who lost by a dis¬ 
tance at the Blackmore a couple of weeks 
ago. Much will depend on how well Sid¬ 
mouth can continue to cope with their cur¬ 
rent injury list. In the normal course of 
events I would predict a home win. As for 
now...? 

Not too many years ago HONITON would 
regularly beat Saturday's opponents, EX¬ 
ETER SARACENS by demolishing them up 
front.Those days are gone however as both 
sides have climbed the divisions in recent 
times. 

The visitors, having enjoyed a good start 
to their current league campaign, have lost 
their three out of their last four games, in¬ 
cluding a heavy defeat at Bude. 

Honiton will certainly be targeting to win 
this one, but they will have to be at their 
best if they are to do so. 

As to the second sides, Honiton seconds 
should run out winners against visitors 
Tiverton thirds who are struggling cur¬ 
rently, while Sidmouth seconds will most 
certainly have their hands full at Torquay 
seconds. Sidmouth thirds are due to take 
onTopsham seconds. 

FIXTURES - 20th October 

Honiton v Exeter Saracens; Honiton 2nd v 
Tiverton 3rd; Sidmouth v Oldfield old Boys; 
Sidmouth 2nd v Torquay 2nd (away); Sid¬ 
mouth 3rd vTopsham 2nd (away). 



























































PULMAN’S VIEW SPORT 


Tuesday October 16th 2012 E 


cribbage round-up 


LYME REGIS LEAGUE 
RESULTS Monday, Octo¬ 
ber 8th: Stepps 4 Rocky II 
1, Beer Club 2 Gerrard 
Arms 3, Ship Inn LR 3 
Lamb Swans 2, Nags Head 
LR 3 Royal Oak2, New Inn 
Kilm 0 Axminster Con 
Club 5. 

Beer League: Stepps 2 
Rocky II 1, Beer Club 1 
Gerrard Arms 2, Ship Inn 
LR 0 Lamb Swans 3, Nags 
Head LR 3 Royal Oak 0, 
New Inn Kilm 1 Axminster 
Con Club 2. 


FIXTURES 

Thursday, October 18th 
(Losers Cup): Stepps v 
New Inn Kilm B, New Inn 
Kilm A v Gerrard Arms, 
Axminster Con Club v 
Nags Head LR, Lamb 
Swans v Royal Oak. 
League - Monday, October 
22nd: Rocky II v New Inn 
Kilm A, Gerrard Arms v 
Stepps, Lamb Swans v 
Beer Club, New Inn Kilm B 
v Ship Inn LR, Axminster 
Con Club v Nags Head LR. 


Table 

Ship Inn LR... 


Nags Head LR. 

Beer Club. 

.6 

.5 

Royal Oak. 

.6 

Stepps. 

.5 

Axminster Con Club 

.4 

Gerrard Arms. 

. 4 

New Inn Kilm B. 

. 4 

New Inn Kilm A. 

.4 

Lamb Swans. 

.4 

Rocky II. 

.4 


Pld Pts 

. 6 21 

18 
16 
14 
13 
11 


Beer League 


Pld Pts 


Nags Head LR.6 

....6 


HONITON LEAGUE 

FIXTURES October 18th: 

Feniton Soc B v Working¬ 
mens A, Honiton Inn B v 
Blacksmith Arms, New 
Fountain v Honiton Inn A, 
Thirsty Farmer v Vine Inn B, 
Vine Inn A v Kings Arms, 
Workingmens B v Feniton 
Soc A. 

Pld Pts 


Vine Inn A 


vine him n . 

Thirsty Farmer. 

.6 

Workingmens A. 

.6 

New Fountain. 

.6 

Winslade Club. 

.6 

Kings Arms. 

.6 

Workingmens B. 

.6 

Feniton Soc A. 

.5 

Blacksmith Arms. 

.6 

Honiton Inn B. 

.5 

Feniton Soc B. 

.5 

Honiton Inn A. 

.5 


Vine Inn B.... 


...5 


30 

30 

29 

27 

25 

23 

23 

20 

19 

17 

16 

15 

14 


Royal Oak. 

.6 


9 

New Inn Kilmington A. 

.4 


7 

Axminster Con Club. 

.4 


7 

Lamb Swans. 

.4 


7 

Stepps. 

.5 


7 

Rocky II 

.4 


6 

Beer Club. 

.5 


6 

Gerrard Arms. 

.4 


4 

New Inn Kilmington B.. 

.4 


4 

Workingmens A 4 Working- 

mens B 4. 

CAPTAINS CUP P 

W 

LPts 

Lionel Hawkins.6 

5 

1 

5 

Lorraine White.6 

5 

1 

5 

Rita Freemantle.5 

4 

1 

4 

Dave Field.6 

4 

2 

4 

Terresa Baldwin.6 

4 

2 

4 

Amelia Bath.5 

3 

2 

3 

Maureen Pendrick ...5 

3 

2 

3 

Hedley Hawkins.5 

2 

3 

2 

Brenda Flood.6 

2 

4 

2 

Steve Pettitt.6 

2 

4 

2 

Audrey Hawkins.5 

1 

4 

1 

Julie Davies.6 

1 

5 

1 

Mike Dent.5 

0 

5 

0 


RESULTS October 11th: 

Blacksmith Arms 3 Vine Inn 
A 5, Feniton Soc A 2 Thirsty 
Farmer 6, Kings Arms 2 Feni¬ 
ton Soc B 6, Vine Inn B 2 
New Fountain 6, Winslade 
Club 3 Honiton Inn B 5, 


RESULTS October 11th: 

Amelia Bath 1 Brenda Flood 
0, Dave Field 0 Maureen 
Pendrick 1, Hedley Hawkins 
1 Lionel Hawkins 0, Lorraine 
White 1 Julie Davies 0, Steve 
Pettitt 1 Audrey Hawkins 0, 
Terresa Baldwin 0 Rita Free- 
mantle 1. 


Footba youth 

Axminster U10 2 Millwey Rise 6 

A SECOND-HALF hat-trick from Archie Knox as Millwey 
Rise came out on top in this local-derby. 

Strikes from Josh Daines, Billy Knox and Zac Feather- 
stone saw Rise in contrail at 3-0 at the interval. 

Ax reduced the arrears to 3-1 before Archie Know 
bagged his triple, the second of which came after a jink¬ 
ing run that took him past five defenders. The Tigers 
bagged a late consolation. 

Seaton Town U11 3 Heavitree Typhoons 3 

SEATON Town showed great character as they battled 
back from 2-0 down at half-time to snatch a draw 
against visiting Heavitree Typhoons. 

Seaton, playing uphill in the second-half got back into 
level with Edward Kenworthy scoring two cracking 
goals,. 

However, Heavitree then converted a penalty for a foul 
to restore their lead. Seaton then soaked up the Heavit¬ 
ree pressure and counter attacked quickly with new 
signing Alfie Bullmore scoring to level the match. 

The excitement was not over with Heavitree being 
awarded another penalty in the last few seconds of the 
game but Seaton goalie AlfieTucker-Vincent made a fan¬ 
tastic save and earned Seaton a 3-3 draw. Man of the 
Match: Edward Kenworthy. 

Colyton 3 Seaton 1 

A LEWIS Cottam second-half goal couldn't save Seaton 
from a 3-1 defeat at neighbours Colyton. Seaton Man- 
of-the-Match: Ricky Littley. 

Sidmouth Raiders U11 s 1 Colyton 3 

TWO Tom Lambert goals and a late penalty from skipper 
Matt Patmore saw Colyton Cobras secure a well-de¬ 
served 3-1 win At Sidmouth on Saturday. 

Archie Rowe, in action against his old team, scored the 
Raiders consolation. 


running round-up 

Successful Cotleigh Canter 


HONITON RUNNING CLUB 

with Judy Davey 

HONITON Running Club held its own 
Cotleigh Canters last Sunday with run¬ 
ners blessed with good weather. 

Following a frosty start to the day, the 
sun soon showed it still had some 
warmth about it and this made ideal 
running conditions for competitors. 

The races were based at Cotleigh Vil¬ 
lage Hall and runners could choose be¬ 
tween a 3k fun run or the road 5k and 
10k races all running the quiet country 
lanes of Cotleigh. 

The 5k race was won by Cheltenham's 
Jon Bird in 13.43. HRC's junior members 
dominated the first few places in this 
race starting with Henry Riddle who fin¬ 
ished 2nd overall in 20.10 with lain Ross 
hot on his heels finishing in 3rd place in 
20.28. 

HRC juniors also had the first and sec¬ 
ond ladies home; Ruth Squires who fin¬ 
ished 8th overall in 21.38 and Anna 
Lamb 17th in 25.53. HRC's president 
Alan Rowe MBE ran with Wayne Spiller 
with The Baton finishing in 22nd place in 
27.51 .There were 32 finishers overall. 

Other HRC 5k finishers: 5th Jack Elsom 
20.41, 6th Reuben Heeler-Frood 21.18, 
7th Arthur Heeler-Frood 21.25, 9th Sam 
Taylor 22.14, 10th Rowan Westall 22.51, 
11 th Harry Whiteley 22.55,13th Thomas 
Lilley 25.02, 19th Morgan Davy 26.40, 
21st Jake Harvey 27.24 

The 10k race was won by Robert Orton 
in the great time of 35 minutes 1 second. 
HRC's own Ian Stewart had a great run to 
come 2nd in 38:12. Graham Reeves was 
next back finishing 7th in 41:17. 

Hadleigh Davies made his debut race 
for the club in style to come 8th in 42:33. 


The first lady overall was HRC's Ceri 
Oak who is well on the way to full fitness 
after battling an injury for almost a year. 
She came 16th overall in 46:33. 

Other HRC 10k runners: 22nd Nick 
Bradley-Carter 48:02, 25th Lesley 
Crocker 48:29, 35th Linda Pike 55:26, 
37th Sam Shute 57:20, 40th Kathy 
Layzell 59:38 and 41st Carol Turnham 
61:12. There were 43 finishers. 

The first runner across the finishing 
line in the3kfun run was Edmond Grier¬ 
son of Sidmouth Running Club in 13.43. 

Most of the older HRC juniors had 
taken part in the 5k but the younger 
members were well represented with 
Sasha Davy coming 2nd overall and 1st 
U13G and James Oak tackling this dis¬ 
tance for the first time to come 15th in 
17.43.There 48 finishers in this race. 

Thanks to the people of Cotleigh for 
supporting the run and providing the 
car park. Money raised will go to local 
causes. 

AXE VALLEY RUNNERS 

with Dave Mutter 

SUNDAY Morning started bright and 
crisp leading to perfect race conditions 
for the second running of The Cotleigh 
Canter's 3K, 5K and 10K road races. 

AVR had two Club Pup's - sister's Caitlin 
and Poppy Tooze (Junior's who are too 
young to join the AVR Junior Section) in 
the 3k and two AVR Juniors. Caitlin came 
11th out of 48 finishers in 16:52, 1st 
Under 8 Girl, with mentor Alice FitzHenry 
12th in 16:53, 2nd Under 16 Girl. Poppy 
was 37th in 22:31,8th under 11 Girl, with 
her mentor Jermaine Day 41 st in 23:03, 
3rd under 16 Girl; a super effort for her 
first run for the Club. 


Ethan Day was the first AVR finisher in 
the 5K, 4th out of 32 in 20:40. Ben 
Franklin was 14th in 25:17, just holding 
off Adam Burrough who was 15th in 
25:47. Caleb Sinclaire finished 20th in 
27:18, just ahead of his mum, Kathryn 
Alexander who was 25th in 30:08. 

Irene Croad ran well to finish 27th in 
32:50 and Liz Thomas broke her PB by 
finishing 31 st in 39:55. Harry Moore, still 
plagued by a calf injury was 32nd in 
50:14. 

There were 43 entries in the 10K and 
for the first time Chris Driver was the first 
AVR home, 10th in 43:53, he was just 
ahead of Dave Thomas, 12th, 44:32 and 
Ian Clements 14th, 45:07. 

Wayne Tooze ran well to finish 23rd, 
48:06 as did Steven Lewis 28th, 50:48. 
Sam Tooze was 34th, 55:13. Janette Mack 
has really improved lately and had an¬ 
other great run finishing 36th, 56:39 as 
did Sue Venn who was 38th in 57:35. 
Mike Venn completed in 1:07:40. 

Many thanks to Honiton RC for putting 
on another great event. 

♦ Tom Bland completed the 12K multi¬ 
terrain Studland Stampede 10th in 
52:15; a brilliant effort. 

♦ Lesley Adams and Carol Austin were 
each members of different teams of 4 
running the Coventry half-marathon. 

Congratulations to Carol's team that 
won the relay and received a splendid 
trophy from the Mayor of Coventry. Les¬ 
ley's team finished well up the order of 
the 22 teams as she describes it on a 
course that was rather hilly, more like 
Devon than the Midlands. 

Lesley had a busy weekend as on Sat¬ 
urday she completed the Cannon Hill 
park run 227th in 27:17, a considerable 
improvement over last week. 


skittles results 


AXMINSTER 

RESULTS Men's League Results 
Division 1 : Ax Con Rebels 288 (H Har¬ 
ris 61) v Lamb A 301 (A Day 54) Kings 
Arms Stk 320 (N Parris 62) v Col- 
combe A 332 (T Underdown 64) Un¬ 
derlays 330 (M Boniface Jnr 60) v Red 
Devils 369 (B Huntley 67) Lamb Spar¬ 
tans 343 (C Miller 62) v Ax Inn Jokers 
343 (D Churchill 64) Harbour Feds 416 
(L Tooze 85) v B&G’s 407 (D Board 
74). 

Division 2: Carpetbaggers 328 (M Pid- 
geon 60) v Axe Vale Stars 318 (J 
Crabb 60) Red LionD 389 (J Ellis 71) v 
W H Wilm A 420 (R Perkins,B Plastow 
74) Old Inn Kilm B 333 (J Smart,D 
Lavender 64) v Ax Con Club A 329 (S 
Hawkins 59) Ax Inn A 335 (A Brown 
65) v Red Lion C 319 (J Legg 70). 
Division 3: George Chdstk 346 (P Her- 
rod 71) v Tuckers Maggots 356 (D 
Montgomery 67), Old Hawk B 326 (M 
Bright 79) v New Inn Z 322 (G Bird 61) 
Colcombe B 348 (K Wyatt 64) v Old 
Hawk A 390 (S Ankers 73) Tuckers B 
328 (F Pulman Snr & Jnr 60) v Kings 
Arms Seaton 328 (G Copp 60). 
Division 4: PJ's Social 357 (M Snell 66) 
v Gerrard C 336 (B Knight 78) New Inn 
A 318(NCook,DHodder60) v Tuck¬ 
ers A 329 (R Collier 62) Kingfisher No¬ 
mads 332 (R Gush 63) v Kingfisher A 
339 (W Marshall 63) New Inn Hawks 
359 (K Quick 68) v Harbour Rotary 
328 (D Guy 67) Ax Inn B 316 (A Phillips 
58) v Old Hawk IV 318 (G,Herrod 62). 


Axevale Stars. 

. 4 

4 

Red Lion C. 

.4 

4 

Axe Con Club A. 

.3 

2 

Tuckers C. 

.3 

2 

Red Lion D. 

.4 

2 

New Inn Kilm C. 

.3 

0 

LambC. 

.3 

0 

Thorncombe A. 

.3 

0 

Division Three . 

.Pld 

Pts 

Old Inn Hawk A. 

.3 

6 

Old Inn Hawk B. 

. 4 

6 

Colcombe B. 

.4 

6 

Tuckers B. 

. 4 

5 

Kings Arms Seaton A. 

.3 

5 

Hawk Halfcuts. 

.3 

4 

Lamb D. 

.3 

4 

Tuckers Maggots. 

. 4 

4 

New Inn Z. 

. 4 

2 

George Chardstock.... 

. 4 

2 

Seaton Town FC. 

.3 

0 

Gerrad B. 

.2 

0 

Ship Spreaders. 

.3 

0 

Division Four . 

.Pld 

Pts 

Red Lion B. 

.3 

5 

PJ's Social Club. 

.3 

4 

New Inn Kilm A. 

.3 

4 

New Inn Hawks. 

. 4 

4 

Axminster Inn B. 

. 4 

4 

Kingfisher A. 

. 4 

4 

Old Inn Hawks IV. 

.3 

4 

Tuckers A. 

.4 

4 

Harbour Rotary. 

.3 

3 

Kingfisher Nomads.... 

.3 

2 

Gerrard C. 

.4 

2 

Seaton BCA. 

.2 

0 


Division One.Pld Pts 

Lamb Spartans.4 7 

Red Lion RD.4 6 

Lamb A.4 6 

Colcombe A.4 4 

Gerrard A.3 4 

Old Inn Kilm A.3 4 

Ax Con Club Rebels.4 4 

B&Gs.4 4 

Harbour Feds.4 4 

Axe Inn Jokers.4 3 

Thorn Drifters.3 2 

Kings Arms Stk A.4 2 

Underlays.4 2 

Thorncombe B.3 0 

Division Two.Pld Pts 

White Hart Wilm A.4 8 

Carpetbaggers.4 6 

Old Inn Klim B.3 6 

Axminster INn A.3 6 

Gerrard D.3 4 


Ladies Results 

Division 1 Lamb A 349 (L Kielen 63) v 
Ax Inn A 320 (R Crichard,C Banner 58) 
Ax Carpets A 309 (C Sampson 57) v 
Colcombe A 301 (A Ogden 69) Old Inn 
Mates 307 (L Hayball 60) v B's & J's 
Chdstk 312 (J Dunn 60) Seaton BC 
321 (BThompson67) v Red Lion Rab¬ 
ble 273 (D Hall 52) George Chdstk 
302 (D Salter 56) v Harbour A 300 (P 
Goodhew56). 

Division 2: Thorncombe Newtops 
293 (M Fursman 55) v Gerrard Guz¬ 
zlers 297 (R Hallworth 61) Tuckers A 
316 (A Lockwood 57) v Ax Carpets B 
311 (H Ebdon 59) Kings Arms(Tuckers) 
262 (M Fletcher 53) v Lambettes 278 
(S Vickery 52) New Inn A 299 (H 
Hopewell 57) v Kings Army Seaton 
270 (S Russell 49) Perfect Pins 296 (C 
Reynolds 60) v New Inn B 326 (P 
Clark,W Mitcham 62). 


Division 3: Colcombe B 340 (S Wilton 

67) v Wilm Wanderers 312 (C Hudson 
58) Ax Inn Allsorts 292 (L Pursey 55) v 
Tuckers B 251 (C Cole 59) Gerrard A 
271 (P Strawbridge,M Jenner 50) v 
Seaton FC 256 (L Smitham 52) Har¬ 
bour Antics 325 (J Scott 78) v Thorn¬ 
combe A 291 (B Harding 63) Seaton 
FC Madhatters 301 (G Jarman,J 
Quontley 53) v Axmouth Angels 340 
(SGush 67). 

Division One.Pld Pts 

Axe Carpets A.3 6 

B&A's Chardstock.4 6 

George Chardstock A.4 6 

Colcombe A.4 4 

Harbour A.4 4 

Axe Inn a.4 4 

Seaton Bowling Club.4 4 

Red Lion A.3 2 

Lamb a.3 2 

Red Lion Rabble.4 2 

Old Inn Mates.3 0 

Division Two.Pld Pts 

New Inn B.4 7 

Kings Army Seaton.4 6 

PJ's Social Club.3 4 

Gerrard Guzzlers.3 4 

New Inn A.4 4 

Axe Carpets B.3 3 

Tuckers Arms A.4 3 

Kings Arms Stklnd A.4 3 

Thorn Newtops.4 2 

Lambettes.3 2 

Perfect Pins.4 2 

Division Three.Pld Pts 

Old Inn Kilmington.3 6 

Harbour Antics.4 6 

Axmouth Angels.3 4 

Axe Inn Allsorts.4 4 

Seaton FC.4 4 

Wilm Wanderers.4 4 

Seaton FC Mad Hat.3 4 

Tuckers Arms B.3 2 

Colcombe B.3 2 

Gerrard A.3 2 

Thorncombe A.4 0 

COLYTON 

Division 1 

Honiton WMC A 338 (L Williams 61) 
Vine B 360 (R Blackmore 69); Offwell A 
341 (A Stamp 62) Three Tuns A 342 (J 
Bishop 67); Honiton Con D 376 (M 
Wakley 71) New Inn A 363 (P Banner 
69); Axminster Con A 348 (B Stuckey 

68) Axe Vale sc B 369 (L Summers 67); 


Division One 

P 

W 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 

Red Arrows. 

.18 

16 

1 

138 

42 

138 

Nags Head A. 

.18 

15 

2 

125 

55 

125 

DCs. 

.18 

9 

6 

102 

78 

102 

Vault A. 

.18 

8 

8 

89 

91 

89 

Red Lion A. 

.17 

7 

6 

87 

83 

87 

Axminster Inn. 

.18 

6 

11 

86 

95 

86 

Thorncombe B. 

.17 

5 

9 

73 

97 

73 

Vault B. 

.18 

5 

11 

72 

109 

72 

Thorncombe A. 

.18 

5 

11 

63 

117 

63 

PJs Seaton. 

.18 

3 

14 

56 

124 

56 

Division Two 

P 

W 

L 

F 

A 

Pts 

Vault C. 

.15 

15 

0 

126 

24 

126 

Nags Head B. 

.16 

11 

4 

103 

57 

103 

Lamb Shanks. 

.17 

6 

9 

86 

84 

86 

Red Necks. 

.16 

7 

8 

76 

84 

76 

Four Play. 

.13 

6 

5 

68 

62 

68 

Red Bulls. 

.10 

1 

9 

22 

78 

22 

Axe Murderers. 

.11 

0 

11 

9 

101 

9 


Red Lion A 398 (C Miller 74) Lamb A 
404 (M Farmer 82); Lamb B 336 (L Ellis, 
M Pidgeon 65) Red Lion Cavaliers 340 
(H Harris 65); Gerrard B beat Gerrard A 

Division 2 

Vine A 292 (P Eveleigh 61) Colcombe 
A 347 (S Marks 65); Sidbury sc A 359 (D 
Cody 81) Harbour A 377 (M Pavey 68); 
Mountbatten Whites 353 (S Martin 64) 
Tuckers Arms B 369 (A Davey 71); 
Axminster Carpets B 361 (C Coulson 
68) Sidbury Stones 351 (R Chambers 
71); Beer sc B 351 (D Hutchings 65) 
Eagle Tavern 324 (B Hutchings, C 
Hutchings 60); Tuckers Arms A 366 (M 
Huskins 65) Beer Vikings 368 (J New¬ 
ton 66); Winstons A 383 (G Foxwell 71) 
Harbour C 372 (VTrivett 65); 

Division 3 

Harbour Beerboys 354 (P White 76) 
White Hart B 379 (D Etherington 71); 
Volunteer B 297 (N Broom 55) Awlis- 
combe Harts 305 (J Woolacott, P 
Richards 57); Beer Albion 315 (C Driver 
59) Ship A 302 (P Hammett 56); Tuck¬ 
ers Arms C 348 (F Pearse 71); Seaton 
AFC A 332 (A Anning 62); Red Lion Sid¬ 
bury 375 (G Ruck, M Paver 71) Axmin¬ 
ster Carpets A 361 (P Stone 66); Axe 
Vale sc C 350 (G Miller 78) Volunteer A 
339 (S Thornton 73); 

Division 4 

Please note - Axminster Inn B have with¬ 
drawn from the league; Seaton Bowl¬ 
ing club 299 (P Greenwood 69) Beer sc 
A 345 (SWard 67); Honiton Con B 330 
(A Morris 60) Red Cow A 343 (M Joslin 
70); Kingfisher B 324 (B Dowell 70) 
Honiton WMC B 308 (Gareth Richards 
59); Rising Sun B 357 (M Clode 76) 
Heathfield A 311 (A Doble 62); Col¬ 
combe B 370 (V Wood 73) Kingfisher A 
355 (A Parsons 73); Kings Arms A 300 
(K Cooke 58) Honiton Con A 307 (F 
Crabb 63); 

Division 5 

Heathfield B 336 (C Francis, Marion 
Fletcher 58) Honiton Con BTP 368 (R 
Doble 71);ThreeTuns Hammers 384 (S 
Selway 78) P J'S A 308 (J Quantley, P 
Snell 59); P J'S B 332 (M Snell 59) Beer 
sc C 357 (N Gribble 66); White Hart A 
347 (C Brooker 69) Old Inn 295 (N Nex 
55); Seaton AFC B 356 (D Park 73) 
Tuckers D 350 (S Fuller 69); Ship B 334 
(R Woolland 70); Kings Arms B 340 (N 
Stone, M McGarrigle 62). 


darts round-up 


AXMINSTER SUMMER LEAGUE 


Please note that a large number of results were received at 
the last minute therefore all results are yet to be checked and 
final tables could be subject to change. 

COLYTON & DISTRICT LEAGUE 
RESULTS (1001 first, singles in brackets): Week 1 - 

White Hart 3 (2) Beer Club B 2 (4). Week 2 - Dolphin B 4 (5) 
White Hart 1 (1). Week 3 - Golden Hind 4 (2) Beer Club 1 
(4), Seaton FC 2 (4) Vault 3 (2), Beer Club B 2 (2) Dolphin B 
3 (4), White Hart v Kingfisher - no result received. 

180,9-dart-leg: Keith Smith (Golden Hind). 

1001/Pairs Singles 

P W L Pts P W D L Pts 

Golden Hind ....3 2 1 10 3 0 2 1 8 

Seaton FC.3 2 1 9 3 3 0 0 15 

Vault.3 3 0 7 3 1 1 1 9 

Dolphin B.3 2 1 7 3 2 0 1 10 

Dolphin A.2 117 2 10 17 

White Hart.2 1 1 4 2 0 0 2 3 

Beer Club B.2 0 2 4 2 1 0 1 6 

Kingfisher.2 0 2 3 2 0 1 1 3 

Beer Club A.2 0 2 1 2 1 0 1 3 

• Full details of the league, including fixtures, results, ta¬ 
bles, cup draws, rules and past winners can be found at 
the new website www.colytondartsleague.co.nr 

WHIMPLE LEAGUE 

P W L Pts 

Lamb & Flag'A'.5 5 0 45 

Kings Aces.5 3 2 34 

Volunteer Pirates.4 3 1 30 

Talaton Tally Ho's.4 3 1 26 

Volunteer Voluntears.5 2 3 25 

New Fountain Flyers.5 2 3 22 

Kings Young Guns.4 0 4 9 

Lamb Lambrusco's.4 0 4 7 

RESULTS October 9th: Kings Young Guns P Lamb Lam¬ 
brusco's P, Lamb & Flag A 8 Voluntears 1, Volunteer Pirates 
8 New Fountain Flyers 1, Talaton Tally Ho's 5 Kings Aces 4. 

FIXTURES Oct 23rd: Volunteer Voluntears vTalaton Tally 
Ho's, Kings Aces v Lamb & Flag A, New Fountain Flyers v 
Kings Young Guns, Lamb Lambrusco's v Volunteer Pirates. 

hockey Honiton 

Okes cut down 

Honiton Hornets 5 Okehampton Columbines 1 

AVERY mixed afternoon weather-wise (some sun with rain 
interspersed accompanied by a cold wind) hovered over the 
players for the past weekend's match; in which Honiton Hor¬ 
nets ladies' hockey team played host to Dartmoor-based 
Okehampton. 

Just three minutes into the game a penalty corner was 
awarded and the home side's Sophie George made no mis¬ 
take in opening the scoring. 

This was followed by two expertly taken goals from Katryn 
Tucker - the first again scored from a penalty corner; while 
the other resulted from very skilful stick work as she ma¬ 
noeuvred the ball around opposition before sweeping the 
ball to the backboard. 

But the visitors were not to be underestimated and came 
out all guns blazing for the second-half; which they began 
to do in short order when one of their players defeated the 
Honiton defence to put the ball over the goal line. 

However, Honiton recovered and scored a further two 
goals through KatTucker and Amy Phillips - both off penalty 
corners. 

Player of the Match: Amy Phillips 

PRACTICES continue on Wednesday evenings between 8pm 
and 9pm on the all-weather surface adjacent to Honiton 
Sports Centre. 

This surface is not the best for hockey sticks; and it is likely to 
cause damage to your stick so PLEASE, if possible, use an old 
stick for training, Cost is £2 per session 
All interested, regardless of current experience and skills - will 
be made most welcome, so just turn up. 




































































































































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CONFIDENCE is riding high at Sector Lane fol¬ 
lowing Axminster Town’s five star performance 
against Exeter Civil Service on Saturday. 

The Tigers were beaten 3-1 at Civil Service ear¬ 
lier in the season but in a few short weeks there’s 
a new impetus about the men in amber and black 
that has seen them climb to the giddy heights of 
second place in the South West Peninsular League 
Division One. 

After two lack lustre performances in front of 
goal, the Sector Lane crowd were cock-a-hoop 
with Saturday’s five-goal haul against Civil Serv¬ 
ice. 

New manager Paul Ashford has certainly got the 
Carpetmen believing in themselves and whilst it is 
early days, there’s a growing realisation in Axe 
Valley football circles that the Tigers could be real 
contenders for Division One honours this season. 

So what’s brought about the big change at Sec¬ 
tor? Well, one influencing factor, I believe, is that 
the team is still playing at Sector - and not ground 
sharing with Ottery St Mary, as was the intention 
whilst the Tigers’ ground at Chard Road is being 
constructed. 

The pending move to Chard Road has not been 
without its difficulties but its seems that most loyal 
Sector Laners believe it is in the long term interests 
of the club and are genuinely excited by the im- 


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proved facilities that the new home will offer. 

The playing surface at Sector is in amazing con¬ 
dition even after all the rain last week and with 
some glorious early winter Saturday afternoons the 
size of the crowd has been among the best in the 
lead. There’s a really friendly atmosphere around 
the ground, generated by little touches such as 
freshly baked cakes being offered at the tea hut. 

If Axe were playing at Ottery, not the most genial 
of places these days, the crowd would not be so 
large and certainly the spirit not so high. 

But the Tigers will have to vacate the much¬ 
loved Sector at some time and take up temporary 
residence at Washbrook Meadow before the new 
pitches in Chard Road are fit to play on and this 
will be a big test for supporters to maintain their 
enthusiasm. 

Whilst manager Ashford woud have been 
pleased to see the goals go flying in on Saturday, 
he will have been even more impressed with the 
quality of Axminster’s football. 

Alex Wheatley looks to be returning to form, 
Jack Night worked tirelesssly in midfield, picking 
up an excellent goal on the way, and skipper Dar¬ 


ren Stewart was in commanding form at the back. 
Jon Hurford is on fire and Richie Emmett contin¬ 
ues to demonstrate those deft touches that makes 
him such an exciting prospect. 

Axe looked sharper up front with prison warder 
Pete Knox in the starting line-up. Knox has played 
at a higher level and even appeared on Match of 
The Day once with Eastwood Town in the FA Cup. 
He also had a few games for Taunton Town last 
season. 

Knox, married to an Axminster girl, works in 
Doncaster but there are rumours that he wants to 
move south. He would certainly be a great asset if 
he was available to turn out more often for the 
Tigers. 

Axminster face a stern test when they travel to 
Exmouth Town this coming Saturday in the second 
round of the Throgmorton Cup. Exmouth sit just 
one place below Axe in Division One on goal av¬ 
erage but with a game in hand. 

Other games to watch out for in the Axe Valley: 
Beer Albion at home to Topsham Town in the 
Devon and Exeter Premier Division (kick-off 3 
pm); Seaton Town at home to Thorverton in the 
Devon and Exeter Premier (kick-off 3 pm); Coly- 
ton v Honiton in the second round of the Devon 
Senior Cup (having twice been postponed), kick¬ 
off 2 pm. 





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■ THEY SHALL NOT PASS: Axminster Town skipper Darren Stewart was 
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