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Tuesday, April 25th 2017 


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SEATON mayor Councillor Marcus 
Hartnell has announced he will not seek 
a second term in office. 

The announcement was made during the an¬ 
nual town meeting on Thursday, April 20th, 
and came as part of the mayor’s report. 

Cllr Hartnell, a family man who runs his own 
business and also serves as a district council¬ 
lor, said he simply does not have the time to do 
the job properly another term. 

Addressing the meeting, he said: “I shall not 
be seeking re-election as mayor in May. 

“I have been asked by some people, and I have 
given it much consideration. 

“But the past year has been exceptionally de¬ 
manding on my time, mainly because of cir¬ 
cumstances out of both mine and the council’s 
control. 

“I have always put the council first, often to 
the detriment of my personal life - and whilst I 
have largely enjoyed my experience as mayor, 
my commitments over the coming 12 months 
will not allow me the time or the dedication re¬ 
quired to do the job properly.” 

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Parish meeting tomorrow 

COLYTON Annual Parish Meeting will be 
held tomorrow (Wednesday, April 26th) in 
the town hall from 7.30pm. 

The meeting will include a review of the 
year by parish council chairman Andrew 
Parr and reports from the council's com¬ 
mittee chairmen. 

Updates will also be given by the Colyton 
Chamber of Feoffees, the Reece Straw- 
bridge Centre, Devon County Council, East 
Devon District Council and the Neighbour¬ 
hood Plan. 

This year's guest speaker will be Simon 
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from Tony Woodman last spring, added: “We 
have a wealth of expertise and experience 
within the council that I am certain will see 
good strong candidates for mayor come for¬ 
ward. 

“I hope you agree that, as I end my term as 
mayor, the council is in a far better position 
than it was when I was elected 12 months ago. 

“I wish my successor, whoever he or she may 
be, the very best of luck.” 

Previously in the speech, he looked back on 
the year and said: “It was last April we relo¬ 
cated to this building [Marshlands]. 

“Since then we have progressed our plans to 
refurbish Marshlands into a multi-use facility 
that not only serves the council as offices and a 
council chamber, but also as a function room 
for the community and commercial use, along 
with office space for local businesses. 

“The aspiration of the council is to generate 
further income by renting out all the space 
within the building to not only cover our own 
costs, but potentially generate a surplus.” 

He also recalled turbulent times, saying: “Op¬ 
erationally the council has been through some 
turbulence over the past 12 months. 

“Our former clerk departed in July 2016 and, 
following that, we also said farewell to two of 
our admin staff. 

“We were without a full-time clerk for six 



months, which did put a lot of strain on us all. 

“I am extremely appreciative of the work of 
councillors throughout this period, deputy 
mayor Cllr Rowland and also councillors San- 
ham, Squire, Beer and Pigott, who all went 
above and beyond the call of duty to ensure the 
council functioned during this time. 

“In February we welcomed Amy Tregellas, 
our new town clerk. Amy has hit the ground 
running and has lost no time in getting stuck 
into the role. 

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank 
Amy and all the council staff for their support 
and guidance during my term in office.” 


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NEWS FROM AROUND PULMAN’S COUNTRY... East Devon & South Somerset 


Somerset police rated as ‘Good’ in report 


AVON and Somerset Constabulary has been 
rated ‘Good’ in the annual State of Policing Re¬ 
port. 

Inspectors look at effectiveness, efficiency 
and legitimacy, and can give an overall grade 
of either Inadequate, Requires Inprovement, 
Good or Outstanding. 

Wendy Williams of Her Majesty’s Inspec¬ 
torate of Constabulary (HMIC), said: “I am very 


pleased with the overall performance of Avon 
and Somerset Constabulary. 

“I am particularly impressed by the force’s 
comprehensive understanding of the existing 
demand for its services, which is based on a 
wide range of information and a sophisticated 
appreciation of the capacity of the workforce 
and workload it carries. 

“The force is adept at restructuring and mod- 


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ernising its workforce to equip it with the skills 
to meet future needs. 

“It has achieved this through close alignment 
of the force’s financial and workforce planning, 
which has, for example, increased the force’s 
capacity to investigate child abuse and serious 
sexual offences. 

“I am pleased with the improved effectiveness 
with which the force keeps the people of Avon 
and Somerset safe and reduces crime. 

“In particular, the force has improved its re¬ 
sponse to missing children and domestic abuse 
and the quality of its investigations. 

“Since our inspection in 2014, the force has 
made concerted efforts to improve the accuracy 
with which it records crimes and it has made 
progress in placing the victim at the forefront 
of crime-recording decisions. 

“I welcome the progress the force has made in 
addressing some of the concerns that were 
raised by our inspection of police custody. 

“In summary, the force provides a good level 
of service to the people of Avon and Somerset. I 
commend the force for having maintained and 
in some respects, improved its performance, 


since my previous assessment.” 

Deputy Chief Constable Gareth Morgan was 
pleased with the report, which acknowledged 
the progress the force had made during the past 
12 months. 

He said: “We have been praised for being good 
at preventing crime, anti-social behaviour and 
keeping people safe; investigating crime and re¬ 
ducing re-offending; and protecting those who 
are vulnerable from harm and supporting vic¬ 
tims. 

“The past year has been a time of transition 
and HMIC inspectors have recognised the very 
hard work and commitment of officers and staff 
in achieving some significant improvement. 

“Keeping local communities safe, supporting 
vulnerable victims and reducing crime are the 
highest priorities for us. 

“Neighbourhood policing is central to that 
and we will continue to preserve the numbers 
of frontline officers and PCSOs.” 

The inspection report for Devon and Cornwall 
Police was published earlier this year, the 
grade being Requires Improvement. 


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Snap election 
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PRIME Minister Theresa May's decision to call 
a snap general election has everyone at 
panic stations as local political parties look 
to find a candidate to stand. 

And in another twist, Daisy Benson - who 
was announced as the Liberal Democrats' 
Yeovil constituency candidate last summer - 
has pulled out of the race for 'personal rea¬ 
sons'. 


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Tributes paid to Crewkerne headteacher 
David Carter after his sudden death at school 


TRIBUTES are pour¬ 
ing in for ‘inspira¬ 
tional member of the 
community’ David 
Carter following his 
sudden death. 

David was head¬ 
teacher at St Bartho¬ 
lomew’s First School 


in Crewkerne, a posi¬ 
tion he had held since 
2013, with Somerset 
County Council de¬ 
scribing him as ‘a car¬ 
ing, committed and 
inspiring member of 
the community who 
was passionate about 


providing the best ed¬ 
ucation for all school- 
children’. 

David, 41, was also 
known on the local 
football circuit as a 
referee and former 
manager of Hawkchu- 
rch Reserves. 



The chairman of 
governors and deputy 
head of St Bartholo¬ 
mew’s First School in 
Crewkerne jointly re¬ 
leased a statement 
last week. 

Beryl Eeles and 
Gemma Coward said: 
“We are deeply sad¬ 
dened and shocked by 
the sudden passing of 
St Bartholomew’s Fir¬ 
st School’s headteac¬ 
her David Carter. 

“Our thoughts are 
with his family and 
friends at this very 
sad time. 

“He was a highly re¬ 
spected colleague and 
friend, and will be 
sadly missed by all in 
the school commu¬ 
nity.” 

David leaves behind 
his wife, Kelly, and 
four children. 

Bob Brunt, former 
secretary of the Perry 
Street League, paid 
tribute to his friend of 
20 years. 

Mr Brunt said: “I 
first met Dave throu¬ 
gh refereeing him 
playing football as a 
goalkeeper for Hawk- 
church; I worked with 
him as the Maiden 
Beech sports co-ordi- 
nator at Hinton St 
George First School. 


“I persuaded him 
into refereeing when 
the Hawkchurch Re¬ 
serves side departed 
from the league, and 
watched his first 
game as an official at 
Uplyme. 

“We took part in a 
half marathon to¬ 
gether in Torquay, 
and ran with each 
other the whole way, 
which turned out to 
be his best time over 
the distance. 

“Everyone had great 
respect for Dave in 
whatever group he 
worked in; multi¬ 
talented with a love of 
life and people. 

“A great man who 
has gone far too early 
in life; cannot 
stop seeing his smil¬ 
ing face in most 
things I do at the mo¬ 
ment.” 

Mr Brunt said he 
will be taking part in 
the upcoming Torbay 
half-marathon as a 
tribute to David. 

A spokesperson for 
the South Western 
Ambulance Service 
said: “We were called 
out on Wednesday, 
April 19th at 5:43pm to 
St Bartholomew’s fir¬ 
st school. 

“One male casualty, 


having suffered a car¬ 
diac arrest.” 

He was pronounced 
dead at the scene. 

St Bart’s school was 
closed for the rest of 
the week and re¬ 
opened yesterday (Mo¬ 
nday, April 24th). 


Every incumbent MP across Pulman's Coun¬ 
try has announced they will be standing for 
re-election in an area that proved vital for the 
Conservatives' overall victory in 2015. 

Political parties have until May 12th to name 
their candidates, with the election taking 
place on June 8th. 

East Devon independent candidate in 2015, 
Claire Wright - who pushed Hugo Swire all 
the way - has said she is still considering 
whether or not to stand. 

Ms Wright said it is entirely dependent on 
whether or not she can muster an army of 
supporters to help with the campaign. 

So far across the country the decision has 
left the political powers reeling. Former 
Chancellor of the Exchequer George Os¬ 
borne has decided to choose journalism over 
politics and has announced he will not be 
standing for re-election in his constituency 
of Tatton. 

Former Labour Party leader Ed Milliband 
and former deputy prime minister Nick 
Clegg have both announced they will be 
standing again. 

But former Conservative Party chairman Sir 
Eric Pickles is standing down after 25 years 
of being the MP for Brentwood and Ongar. 

Lib Dem big guns that fell last time round, 
including Vince Cable, Simon Hughes and Ed 
Davey, will attempt to win back their seats, 
but no word yet on whether Daisy Benson's 
withdrawal as Yeovil candidate will affect for¬ 
mer MP David Laws' decision not to run. 


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Seaton Heights development 
could be back on the cards 


THERE is renewed optimism 
that the Seaton Heights up¬ 
market resort could be built 
after all. 

Plans for a hotel, holiday 
homes, a restaurant and spa 
seemed to have died when 
Lyme Bay Leisure put the site 
up for auction earlier this 
year, having failed to find in¬ 
vestors. 

The auction was held on 
March 24th, but the former 
motel site failed to reach its 
guide price of £2.5-£3million. 

Lyme Bay Leisure has since 
put renewed efforts into reviv¬ 
ing the plans. 

Company chairman David 
Sullivan has confirmed that 
investors have been found, 
but stressed nothing has been 
decided. 

On Wednesday, April 19th, 
he told Putman’s View From 
Seaton & Colyton: “Nothing is 
certain yet, but we are un¬ 
likely to sell the site through 
auction as the site didn’t 
reach its reserve price. 

“Therefore, we are pressing 
on and we have funding in 
place to complete the project, 
but there are many challenges 
ahead still.” 

Mr Sullivan was unable to 
say more, but hopes to be able 
to give a more detailed update 
in the next few weeks. 

The project, which the com- 


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pany says will bring 40 jobs 
when completed, has suffered 
a number of setbacks and de¬ 
lays. 

The original planning appli¬ 
cation had to be revised and 
East Devon District Council 
(EDDC) then refused planning 
permission after Natural Eng¬ 
land said a bat assessment 
was required. 

Lyme Bay Leisure said the 
request came out of the blue 
and posed a threat to the 
whole project. 

The subsequent delay was 
costly but planning permis¬ 
sion was eventually granted 


after MP Neil Parish facili¬ 
tated a meeting for those in¬ 
volved. 

The coast seemed clear when 
the company announced in 
March last year that contrac¬ 
tors had been hired and that 
the first phase of work was 
about to start. 

But this did not happen, 
Lyme Bay Leisure saying it 
was in negotiations with 
EDDC to make the scheme 
commercially viable. 

As the site and its derelict 
buildings stood idle, it became 
a popular hangout for youths 
and subsequent vandalism. 

The decision was then made 
to put the site up for auction, 
but there was no buyer. 



■ SEATON police 
are asking for wit¬ 
nesses and infor¬ 
mation after graf¬ 
fiti was sprayed 
along West Walk 
on the seafront. 

Neighbourhood 
beat manager PC 
Richard Jenkins 
said: "The graffiti 
is in eight or nine 
different places 
on walls, includ¬ 
ing the shelter 
and on the sides 


of an ice cre¬ 
am kiosk and 
cafe." 

The matter is 
treated as crimi¬ 
nal damage and 


anyone with infor¬ 
mation is asked to 
call 101 and ask 
for PC Jenkins (or 
leave a message 
for him). 


Former councillor Margaret Rogers dies 


A LONG-serving former cou¬ 
ncillor for the Seaton area has 
died, writes DAVID JOHNSON. 

Margaret Alison Rogers (nee 
McWilliam) died in Harrogate, 
North Yorkshire on April 9th, 
aged 87, of congestive car¬ 
diac failure, a progressive 
condition that she fought 
with her customary tenacity. 

She was born in New 
Malden, Surrey, on April 20th 
1929, the fourth child in a 
family of five. 

Alderman Mrs Rogers 
began her career in London, 
working first as a teacher, 
then training teachers. 

She spent several holidays 
in Branscombe from since 
she was a young child, and 
eventually retired there in 
1975. 

Her retirement proved to be 
an active one as Margaret 
and her husband Noel joined 
the East Devon Liberal Party 
and its successor, the Liberal 
Democrats. 

Both went on to become 
candidates and local council¬ 
lors. 

Margaret was elected to 
Devon County Council from 
1985 until 1989, and then 
again from 1993 for the 
Seaton Rural Division, serving 
until 2009. 

As a county councillor, she 
served on numerous commit¬ 
tees and outside bodies in¬ 
cluding the Executive, Educ¬ 
ation, Environment, Standa¬ 
rds, Commercial and Regula¬ 
tory and Public Rights of Way 
Committees and the Com- 


OBITUARY 


munity Services Scrutiny 
Committee. 

She represented the coun¬ 
cil on the Court of the Univer¬ 
sity of Exeter, the Devon Sea 
Fisheries Committee and the 
National Association of Areas 
of Outstanding Natural Bea¬ 
uty. 

She was chairman of the 
council from 1998 to 1999. 

At various times, she also 
chaired the Education Com¬ 
mittee and Community Ser¬ 
vices Scrutiny Committee 
and also sat as an Executive 
Member for the Environment. 

Margaret was first elected 
to East Devon District Council 
in 1982. 

She served for four years 
and was re-elected in 1995 
and served as Seaton Ward 
Member until her resignation 
in 2010 - a total of 19 years. 



She served on a range of 
district council committees 
including the Policy, Tourism 
and Transportation, Ameni¬ 
ties and Scrutiny Committees 
and was a member of the Ex¬ 
ecutive Board from 2003- 
2005. 

During her time on EDDC, 
Margaret was particularly ac¬ 
tive in promoting Seaton and 
sustainability issues. 

She was committed to serv¬ 
ing the local area and was 
held in high regard by the 
community she served at 
both district and county lev¬ 
els. 

She often spoke up for the 
most vulnerable in society 
and was not afraid to debate 
controversial issues or chal¬ 
lenge the status quo. 

Once she ceased to be a 
local councillor both councils 
conferred upon her the title 
of Honorary Alderman, a po¬ 
sition for former councillors 
who had rendered eminent 
service to the council. 

In her later years, following 
her husband's death, Mrs 
Rogers moved to Harrogate 
in North Yorkshire to be near 
her daughter's family, though 
she never completely cut ties 
with East Devon and retained 
a special affection for Seaton 
and Branscombe. 

She is survived by her chil¬ 
dren Alison Johnson (nee 
Rogers), Nicholas Rogers, her 
son-in-law David Johnson 
and grandson Matthew John¬ 
son (known professionally as 
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EAST DEVON 


Tuesday, April 25th 2017 5 


Recycling changes 


KEY information about im¬ 
provements to East Devon Dis¬ 
trict Council’s (EDDC) 
household recycling and waste 
collection service is in the post. 

Cardboard, plastics, cartons 
and small electrical items will 
be added to weekly recycling col¬ 
lections whilst the grey, wheeled 
waste bins are to be collected 
every three weeks. 

The new service will become 
effective on June 12th, and most 
households will be given an ad¬ 
ditional 75-litre reusable sturdy 
sack with a Velcro seal in which 
to collect their extra recyclables. 

These will be delivered by the 
council’s contractors, SUEZ, in 
May or June. 

Some properties, such as flats, 
may receive an additional recy¬ 
cling box instead of a sack, 
where storage is a problem. 

EDDC leader Cllr Paul Diviani 
said: “We are delighted with how 
well the service is operating in 
Exmouth [a pilot area] and it’s 
now the right time for the rest of 
our residents in the district to be 
able to recycle more items. 

“The council is determined to 
offer residents a more sustain¬ 
able method of recycling and 
waste collection that benefits the 
environment, helps our resi¬ 
dents do the right thing by recy¬ 
cling more and is financially 
sustainable.” 

The council has already 
started a series of information 
roadshows. 

Forthcoming ones will be held 
on Friday April 28th at Honiton 


Tesco from 10am to 2pm, 
Wednesday May 3rd at Seaton 
Library from 9.30am to 12.30pm, 
in Feniton [location and time 
tba] on Wednesday May 10th and 
in Budleigh Salterton Library 
on Thursday May 11th from 
9.30am to 12.30pm. 

Further events are also being 
organised. 

Cllr Diviani added: “We are 
here to help our residents 
through these changes and we 
will have a dedicated team of of¬ 
ficers who will be out on the 
streets of our district giving ad¬ 
vice and assisting wherever 
they can when the service be¬ 
gins.” 

Further information about the 
new service is available on the 
council’s website 
www.eastdevon.gov.uk/on- 
board - and includes a full list of 
what residents will be able to re¬ 
cycle. 

You can also follow the council 
on Facebook at East Devon Dis¬ 
trict Council and @eastdevon on 
twitter. 

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to-date about your new collec¬ 
tions, download the council’s 
really useful smart phone app 
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East Devon mobile app is free 
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Google Play Store. 

If you need assistance or ad¬ 
vice about the new service, call 
01395 571515. 


May starts with Bluebell Day 


EAST Devon District 
Council's Countryside 
team and the Holyford 
Woodland Trust are 
preparing for the an¬ 
nual Bluebell Day - 
which this year falls on 
May Bank Holiday - at 
Holyford Woods on 
Monday, May 1st. 

For those wanting to 
make the most of the 
day, there is a free 
Dawn Chorus Walk at 
6am starting from the 
Seaton Down Hill picnic 
site, opposite Seaton 
Tower Garage. The walk 
is led by experienced 
bird-watcher, Donald 
Campbell. 

The main Bluebell 
Day celebrations will 
continue in Holyford 
Woods from 11am - 


4pm. Visitors will 
enjoy a magical carpet 
of bluebells in the 
woods, as well as 
homemade refresh¬ 
ments and a variety of 
free walks and activi¬ 
ties to suit all ages. 

Activities start from 
the Countryside team 
display trailer, unless 
otherwise stated, and 
include guided wild 
flower and history 
walks, campfire cook¬ 
ing and a Stream Sa¬ 
fari. 

There will be stalls to 
browse and represen¬ 
tation from a range of 
local groups includ¬ 
ing; the East Devon 
District Council Coun¬ 
tryside team. Axe Vale 
and District Conserva¬ 


tion Society, Goren 
Farm and the East 
Devon Area of Out¬ 
standing Natural 
Beauty. 

Campfire snacks will 
be cooked in the 
woods, with refresh¬ 
ment proceeds going 
towards the manage¬ 
ment of Holyford 
Woods Trust. 

Chairman of Holy¬ 
ford Woodland Trust, 
Mike Elsey said: "This 
annual event is a real 
highlight in the East 
Devon countryside 
events calendar, it is a 
fantastic opportunity 
for everyone to enjoy 
the magnificent set¬ 
ting of this ancient 
woodland and a range 
of activities on offer." 

Visitors are encour¬ 
aged to walk to the 
site. There is no vehi¬ 
cle access on the day, 
and anyone planning 
on driving should park 
at Colyford Memorial 
Hall where a free shut¬ 
tle bus will be running 
throughout the day. 
The first bus leaves at 
11am and the last bus 
returns at 4.15pm. 
Overflow parking is 
available at Colyton 
Grammar School. 

For more information 
about Bluebell Day 
please visit wildeast- 
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THREE community organisations in Axmin- 
ster shared about £5,000 from Co-op’s Local 
Community Fund, launched as part of its new 
membership contribution scheme last year. 

Axminster Care Service (£1,739), Axminster 
Health and Wellbeing Centre (£1,578) and 
Cloakham Lawn Sports Centre (£1,569) were 
presented with cheques on Wednesday, April 
19th. 

The money was raised from purchases in 
Axminster’s two Co-op shops. 

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product purchases, and a one per cent contri¬ 
bution is also passed to a ‘pot’ for commun¬ 
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Rita Curryer and Ann Kilford collected a 
cheque for Axminster Care Service, and jointly 
said: “We are delighted and overwhelmed. 

“We would like to thank Co-op and customers 
for raising the money.” 

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when Axminster Rotarians 
and members of The Stroke 
Association set up a 'surg¬ 
ery' in The Minster. 

An annual event, the 
two organisations invited 
members of the public to 
have a free blood pressure 
check. 

Rotarian Barrie Castle 
said: "The 'Know Your 


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is helping to prevent stro¬ 
kes and save lives: high 
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A total of 45 tractors 
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When the tractors 
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There was a bar- 
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hunt, face painting, games for children and 
much more. 

Club chairman Ray Self said the event was a 
fundraiser for the club and thanked everyone 
who attended. 

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Action packed programme for RNLI’s Mayday appeal 


THE RNLI’s Seaton, Beer 
and district branch has a 
packed programme of events 
for their Mayday Appeal, 
which will run throughout 
the month of May. 

Branch secretary Wendy 


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Cummins said: “We will be 
holding a Mayday Appeal 
collection at Tesco, Seaton, 


on Friday May 5th from 
9.30am until 5.30pm. 

“The theme will be yellow 
and yellow wellies, and we 
are inviting children and 
adults of all ages to take part 
in our Colour-in-a-Welly 


New Seaton uke group 


A NEW ukulele group has 
started up in Seaton and 
will be performing their 
brand of music throughout 
the summer, including a 
regular spot at the town's 
artisan market. 

The Smugglers are an off¬ 
shoot of the Lyme Luggers, 
after founding member 
Paul Grinter took his talents 
to Seaton. 

The popular Lyme Lug¬ 
gers have quite a following 
and the Seaton arm of the 
group has already amassed 
a good group of members 
and are ready to start per¬ 
forming. 

The Smugglers meet 
every Tuesday afternoon 
between 2pm and 4pm 
when they practice a wide 
range of music. 

The band will be perform¬ 
ing on the first Saturday of 
every month at the Artisan 
Market in Seaton, through¬ 


out the season apart from 
July. 

The smugglers are also 
ready to perform other gigs 
and although they play for 
free they do ask for a dona¬ 
tion to a local charity. 


The group's motto has al¬ 
ways been 'Music4U. Money 
4 Charity'. 

For further information, 
contact Paul on 07810 278 
354 or find The Smugglers 
on Facebook. 



Poster Competition. 

“People can also bring 
their own drawing, painting 
or collage or a Wellington 
boot on the day.” 

Entrants can obtain a copy 
of the poster by emailing 
wac500@hotmail.co.uk or by 
calling in at Tesco during 
the day. 

The competition will be 
judged by a Tesco panel at 
approximately 4.30pm. 

Wendy added: “On Friday, 
May 12th, an illuminated 
yellow welly will be taking 
part in the Yellow Welly 
Relay around the coast from 
Portishead Lifeboat Station 
to Harwich. 

“It will be passing through 


our section on this day and 
calling at Sidmouth branch 
of the RNLI, visiting our 
shop at Beer and passing 
through Seaton. 

“We invite people to sup¬ 
port it on its journey.” 

Further details of the 
schedule will be available 
nearer the time. 

Wendy will play a very ac¬ 
tive part during the appeal, 
and explained: “On Sunday, 
May 14th I am inviting peo¬ 
ple to join me on my Mayday 
Appeal Walk. 

“It will be 40 years since I 
did my first walk for the 
RNLI with my late husband 
Nigel. 

“On May 13th 1977 we 


walked along the coast path 
on a very foggy day and I 
still have the original spon¬ 
sor forms and route instruc¬ 
tions. 

“This year the route will 
include some lanes due to 
the steep cliff paths. 

“The walk is due to start at 
Sidmouth Observatory and 
go via Branscombe to Beer 
or Seaton. 

“Walkers can email wac500 
@hotmail.co.uk or telepho¬ 
ne 01297 23040 for a sponsor 
form or give a donation to 
the RNLI on the day. 

“We look forward to our 
Mayday Appeal events and 
for the support to our 
branch of the RNLI.” 


Garage sale to raise funds for 
Karen's US cycle challenge 


A SEATON resident is holding a garage sale 
to raise money for her sponsored cycle 
challenge from Canada to the US border 
with Mexico along the Pacific Coast High¬ 
way. 

Karen Letherby's garage sale will be at her 
home, 106 Scalwell Lane in Seaton, on Sun¬ 
day (April 30th) from 9.30am to 12.30 pm. 

She has already received donations of 
items to sell and hopes that lots of people 
will attend, either to buy or to give a dona¬ 
tion to her chosen charity, Alzheimer's Re¬ 
search UK. 

More information is available online at 


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SEATON & BEER 


Tuesday, April 25th 2017 9 


Mayor: parkrun attracts visitors to town 


SEATON’S weekly parkrun is a great way to at¬ 
tract visitors to the town, Seaton mayor Mar¬ 
cus Hartnell thinks. 

He was recently invited to meet the volun¬ 
teers involved and start the run, and believes 
the event could grow even further in summer. 

No less than 124 runners were on the starting 
line on March 25th, the 20th Seaton Parkrun 
since the start last November. 

Seaton Parkrun is one of 446 nationally and a 
further 640 across the globe. 

All of them are free and take place every Sat¬ 
urday at 9am. 

More than 1,000 different runners have taken 
part in the 5k Seaton Parkrun. 


I Anders Larsson 

| Chief reporter \ anders@viewnews.co.uk 

Before starting the event, Cllr Hartnell met 
with many of the volunteers who help with tim¬ 
ing, marshaling and managing the results. 

He later told Putman’s View From Seaton & 
Colyton: “It is a very well-organised event. 

“It is obviously very good for the town in at¬ 
tracting people from surrounding towns and 
tourists. 

“As we approach summer I think it will get 
bigger and have an even more positive impact. 

“I heard many positive comments when I was 
there.” 


When asked if he’d take part, he laughed and 
said: “I’ll run it in June. 

“I walk it most of the days with the dog - and 
Ido pickup.” 

Co-event director Carol Austin said: “Visitors 
have come from far and wide including the 
USA and Australia. 

“Parkrun tourism is a big thing in itself and 
runners have visited from across the UK in¬ 
cluding Edinburgh, Cardiff, London, Carlisle, 
Sheffield and Brighton as well as from all parts 
of Devon, Dorset, Cornwall and Somerset. 

“Some people have said they have come to 
Seaton because of parkrun. 

“We are delighted with the response so far. 


“We have had all ages and abilities taking 
part, many have never run before. 

“The volunteers have been amazing, turning 
up week in week out, in all weathers, to make 
it happen. 

“This is what parkrun is all about - it is a 
very welcoming and inclusive community en¬ 
couraging a healthy lifestyle for everyone. 

“There is no age limit in parkrun and chil¬ 
dren under 11 can run so long as they are with 
a parent or guardian. The youngest runner so 
far completing Seaton parkrun was six, with 
the oldest more than 75.” 

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PARENTS connected with Kilmington Pre- 
School joined forces last month to carry out im¬ 
provements. 

Pre-school chairman Leaane Dean Stickles 
said: “We are very lucky at the pre-school to 
have a great outdoor space. But it needed a lit¬ 
tle spruce-up. We have had two amazing water 
walls made, a new footpath and patio laid. 


“Our playhouse and mud kitchen has had a 
good splash of paint, the children also have had 
a great bug corner made. I would also like to 
mention that Bradfords of Axminster, West- 
crete of Axminster, Travis Perkins of Lyme 
Regis and the children’s parents were all very 
generous in donating materials to help us 
achieve our new and improved outdoor area.” 



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COLYTON & COLYFORD 


Tuesday, April 25th 2017 11 


Annual Bluebell Day to be held 
over Bank Holiday weekend 


EAST Devon District Council's Coun¬ 
tryside team and the Holyford Wood¬ 
land Trust are preparing for the 
annual Bluebell Day at Holyford 
Woods on Monday, May 1st. 

With this year’s Bluebell Day falling 
on May Day Bank Holiday the annual 
event is set to be as popular as ever. 

For those wanting to make the most 
of the day, there is a free Dawn Chorus 
Walk at 6am starting from the Seaton 
Down Hill picnic site, opposite the 
Seaton Tower Garage. The walk, led by 
experienced bird-watcher Donald 
Campbell, will help participants to 
identify the birds they see and hear as 
they sing to welcome in the new day. 

The main Bluebell Day celebrations 
will continue in Holyford Woods from 
11am to 4pm. Visitors will enjoy a mag¬ 
ical carpet of bluebells in the woods, as 
well as homemade refreshments and a 
variety of free walks and activities to 


suit all ages. 

All activities will start from the 
Countryside team display trailer, un¬ 
less otherwise stated on arrival, and 
include guided wildflower and history 
walks, campfire cooking, stream safari 
and much more. 

There will be stalls to browse and 
representation from a range of local 
groups, including the East Devon Dis¬ 
trict Council Countryside team, Axe 
Vale and District Conservation Soci¬ 
ety, Goren Farm and the East Devon 
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 

As well as delicious campfire snacks 
cooked in the woods, homemade re¬ 
freshments will be available with all 
proceeds going towards the manage¬ 
ment of Holyford Woods Trust. 

Chairman of Holyford Woodland 
Trust, Mike Elsey said: “This annual 
event is a real highlight in the East 
Devon countryside events calendar, it 


is a fantastic opportunity for everyone 
to enjoy the magnificent setting of this 
ancient woodland and a range of activ¬ 
ities on offer.” 

East Devon Countryside Team 
Leader, Tim Dafforn, added: “Bluebell 
Day is always popular with local resi¬ 
dents and visitors. The woods are truly 
beautiful, particularly at this time of 
year and Bluebell Day is a great cele¬ 
bration and showcase of this.” 

Visitors are encouraged to walk to 
the site. There is no vehicle access on 
the day, and anyone planning on driv¬ 
ing should park at Colyford Memorial 
Hall where a free shuttle bus will be 
running throughout the day. The first 
bus will leave at 11am and the last bus 
returns at 4.15pm. Overflow parking is 
available at Colyton Grammar School. 

For more information about Bluebell 
Day please visit wildeastdevon.co.uk 
or holyfordwoods.org.uk 



Costumes for Civil War day 


COSTUME ideas for an English Civil War- 
themed day in Colyton will be shared at a 
meeting on Thursday, April 27th. 

A Living History Day with an English Civil 
War theme will be held in Colyton on Sat¬ 
urday, June 10th, and residents keen to 
take part in the costume procession are 
invited to this week's meeting to get ideas 
for their outfits. 

The social meeting will be held between 
6pm and 8pm at the Sunday School Build¬ 
ing next to St Andrew's Parish Church in 
Colyton. 


■ A RECENT fundraising stall in aid 
of the Bridge of Hope Children's 
Ministry raised £400. Organised by 
local fundraiser Judy Green, the 
event was held outside Colyton 
Town Hall and included a raffle, cake 
stall and information on the charity. 
Mrs Green (pictured far left) com¬ 
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and to all who contributed cakes, 
savouries and raffle." 


Fair raises £690 for National Trust 



■ THE Axe Valley Centre of the National Trust held its annual spring fair in Colyford on Sat¬ 
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plants, cakes, bric-a-brac, books and competitions. The National Trust Shop at Sidmouth 
also attended and took £50 on their newly-labelled products. The money raised at these 
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INSPIRING WOMEN 

■ BEER: Beer WI has had a good start to 
2017 and celebrated its 92nd birthday in 
March. We have enjoyed talks on book 
restoration and hand-binding, boat-build¬ 
ing using traditional skills and, this 
month, local resident Trevor Woods de¬ 
scribed his adventure to Shikoko Island, 
Japan, where he travelled 1,200km on foot 
to visit all 88 temples. 

Our programme for the year has been 
agreed, including more talks (to which 
guests are always welcome), regular ac¬ 
tivities and outings and additional 
events - some for fun as well as fundrais¬ 
ing. 

At our April meeting we discussed the 
NFWI Resolutions and are sending a rep¬ 
resentative to the national AGM in Liver¬ 
pool to vote on our behalf. 

We also discussed the arrangements for 
attending the County Spring Meeting in 
Torquay, the group meeting in Colyford 
and the 90th birthday celebration of Coly- 
ton WI where we are invited to help stage 
an exhibition of ‘Inspiring Women’ 
through the decades. 

Our next meeting in May is our AGM - 
for members only - but you are welcome 
to join us again in June when our talk will 
be on hedgerow medicine. 


■ ALL SAINTS: The agenda for the All 
Saints and District April meeting in¬ 
cluded discussing the resolutions to be 
put forward to the AGM in Liverpool and 
our own annual meeting to elect a new 
committee and president. 

The resolutions being discussed were 
‘alleviating loneliness’ and ‘plastic soup’. 

Both very worthwhile causes and after 
quite lengthy debates on both items votes 
were taken to put either one or both for¬ 
ward. 

After tea and cakes we began our annual 
meeting; all members of the committee 
agreed to continue in their existing posi¬ 
tions with Bev Walsh re-elcted as presi¬ 
dent. 

The Mrs Finzel Cup for the monthly 
competions was presented to Marian 
Nixon, second place going to Sue Coltham 
and joint third to Eva Schofield and 
Gypsy Vile. 

The Louise Doman Cup for flower of the 
month was presented to Juliet Ross, who 
also thanked the committee for all their 
hard work during the year. 

Our next meeting will be held on May 
9th at 2.30pm - with a talk from Simon 
Searle on ‘Undertaking: A Family Con¬ 
cern’. 

All visitors will be warmly welcomed.” 

■ AXE RIVER: Members of the Axe Riv¬ 
er WI recently enjoyed a trip to the Com¬ 
plete Meats factory in Axminster. 

The ladies described the trip as “a laugh 
a minute” and thanked managing direc¬ 
tor Shaun Vining for showing them 
around. 

Member Sue Gay commented: “Shaun 
was an amazing tutor, though I am afraid 
was not able to offer any of us a job!” 


Musical touch at flower club demo 


■ COLYFORD & DISTRICT 
FLOWER CLUB: The April 
meeting of Colyford and 
District Flower Club was 
held on April 4th and we 
had a musical touch to ac¬ 
company the beautiful ar¬ 
rangements done for us by 
Barbara Clatworthy of Coo- 
mbe Martin . 

The container for her first 
arrangement was a very 
large cup and saucer, filled 
with lots of greenery and 
some lovely orange roses, 
yellow spray carnations and 
very bright yellow germinis 
to complete; to accompany 
this we listened to Cat Stev¬ 
ens singing 'Morning Has 
Broken' with many of the 
audience joining in with all 
of the music. 

Following on, Barbara did 
a continental arrangement 
in a window box style using 
tall dried agapanthas that 
she had sprayed green 
along the back to look like 
trees, she placed iris, yel¬ 
low germinis and purple 
tulips with variegated holly 
round the base; music for 
this one was Katherine Jen¬ 
kins singing 'All Things Bri¬ 
ght And Beautiful'. 

A horizontal display using 
a tall white vase was next 
filled with fatshedera, cor- 
nus and curled phornium, 
giving it a lime colour; then 
with lovely bright red ger- 


beras and some slices of 
lime it made a very attrac¬ 
tive arrangement. 

Next was a very large Mar¬ 
tini glass filled with purple 
fabric. Barbara placed a 
most gorgous lime green 
and pink orchid in the mid¬ 
dle of it, and with dusky 
pink roses, purple alstroe- 
meria and pink carnations 
placed around the outside, 
it was absolutely stunning. 

Russell Watson was 
singing 'The Prayer' to ac¬ 
company this one. 

Then along with a couple 
of metal peacocks, with 
their feathers and tails all 
done in flowers, Louis Arm¬ 
strong singing 'What A 
Wonderful World' summed 


up the whole afternoon. 

The competition for a dec¬ 
orated hat was won by Joy 
Taylor in the Novice, Chris 
Penny in the Intermediate 
and Jean Underdown in the 
Advanced; Kay White was 
Highly Commended. 

Our next meeting will be 
on May 2nd at 2.15pm in 
Colyford Hall and we will 
have a demo by Pat Boundy 
from Holsworthy called 
'About Time'. 

The competition is 'Time 
and Rhythm' - so get your 
thinking caps on and let's 
have a variety of ideas to fill 
the table. 

Do come along and bring 
your friends and also enjoy 
tea and cake. 


Talk on Armed Forces charity 
at Hawkchurch Ladies Club 

■ HAWKCHURCH LADIES’ CLUB: The Soldiers, Sailors, 
Airmen and Families Association (SSAFA) was the topic for 
the April meeting. 

The talk was given by Pauline Homeshaw who came from 
Wiveliscombe to tell us about the work of the association. 

Anyone who has served in the military is eligible for 
SSAFA’s help in a multitude of ways - from support for fam¬ 
ilies in need, legal assistance, even aiding those who are de¬ 
tained at Her Majesty’s pleasure. 

Pauline exuded warmth and enthusiasm explaining the 
wonderful work done by the association. Definitely a 
speaker we will long remember. 

In May we have a surprise speaker and, as usual, all are 
welcome. For more information about HLC please contact 
Anne Gibbins 01297 678295. 


‘Life or death’ struggle for the NHS 


What about speeding in Axminster? 


■ AN OPEN LETTER TO TIVERTON & 
HONITON MP NEIL PARISH: I am very 
much in favour of a common front to resist cuts 
in local NHS hospital beds. 

I agree that the consultation has been a sham, 
though given the huge scale of the cuts imposed 
by secretive Sustainabilty and Transformation 
plans supported by the Secretary of State - es¬ 
timated at £540million in Devon - how could it 
be otherwise? 

I agree that the case for cutting local medical 
beds has not been made especially since there 
is also a major crisis in social care. 

The Institute for Fiscal Studies reports that 
spending has fallen by 11 per cent since your 
government took office. 

Thus we have the making of a ‘double wham¬ 
my’ for those needing care in local hospitals 
or at home. 

It is hardly surprising that many feel we can 
no longer trust those who claim to be acting in 
our interests and do not believe the promises 
made. 

This was clear as you tried to speak at the Red 
Line protest at Honiton hospital. Frankly, like 
many others, I found your remarks less than 
convincing given your loyal support for the 
government, NHS and Social Care Act, and cre¬ 
ation of CCGs and privatisation. 

According to the BMA, Kings Fund, etc, the 
government requires £22billion savings/reduc¬ 
tions in funding by 2020-21. 

Incredibly you suggested the bed cuts are not 
a matter of politics but are due to decsions by 
civil servants or ‘bureaucrats’. 

You must know that civil servants are an¬ 
swerable to policy makers. At very least your 


claim suggests the government has created a 
monster it cannot control. 

At a recent meeting of Honiton Senior Voice 
we heard this same mantra blaming civil ser¬ 
vants put forward by Cllr Phil Twiss of EDDC. 

You also mentioned once again that you had 
appealed to the Secretary of State. 

Why would you do this if you truly believe 
these cuts are not a result of political deci¬ 
sions? 

Many people have spotted the obvious contra¬ 
dictions in the position on NHS cuts adopted by 
you and others of your party at national and 
local level which are clearly causing difficul¬ 
ties for you and many of your council col¬ 
leagues. 

Might I suggest a way forward by taking four 
steps to ensure better transparency and ac¬ 
countability: 

1. You speak up in Parliament quite 
clearly rejecting these cuts; 

2. You vote against the government as 
a matter of conscience and to serve 
your constituents; 

3. You arrange a further meeting with 
the Secretary of State to be attended 
by representatives of local authorities, 
Support Our Hospital, League of Friends, etc; 

4. You then convene a public meeting 
to report back and are guided by the 
response of the communities you serve. 

In my view we are entering a life or death 
struggle for the NHS we helped to build. As the 
great architect of the NHS Aneurin Bevan 
said, the NHS will only last if we fight for it. 

TONY SIMPSON, 
Honiton 


■ IT'S GOOD news that action is being taken 
over speeding in Seaton, albeit solely in one car 
park. 

When will action be taken over speeding in 
central Axminster? 

Perhaps never, because the police have told 
me that there is no speeding problem in Axmin¬ 
ster. 

Apparently some roadside monitoring show¬ 
ed that there was very little infringement of the 
20 mph limit in the town centre. 

I wonder what the monitoring consisted of - 
officers in uniform visible to motorists or a 
more discreet monitoring? 

Flowever, the same officer told me that the 
general public are generally not capable of cor¬ 
rectly judging whether drivers are exceeding 
the speed limit as they are usually deceived by 
noisy engines. 

RNLI thanks to 
Musbury pub 

■ THE Seaton, Beer and District branch of the RNLI 
would like to thank The Golden Hind at Musbury 
for their support. 

A quiz night on Monday, February 20th raised 
£51.50 and a great evening of singing by the 
Chantry Buoys raised £136.75. 

WENDY CUMMINS, 
Seaton, Beer and District RNLI branch secretary 


Having been a driver for several decades I 
don't think I'd be fooled in this way. 

I'd love to do my own monitoring because I'm 
not alone in thinking that the central Axminster 
speed limit is often exceeded. 

Now, I know that initiatives have been pro¬ 
posed for members of the public to be trained 
on how to use the equipment. 

Wouldn't an easier option be for the police to 
do occasional random speed checks? 

The presence of the police would certainly 
have an influence on motoring behaviour. 

From my observations, many of those ex¬ 
ceeding the limit are not boy racers but older 
motorist who realise that the 20mph limit is not 
enforced and therefore is not serious, or per¬ 
haps they are just being thoughtless. 

RAY BRUNO, 
Axminster 

Don’t miss Fone 
Snap exhibition 

■ COULD I please encourage everyone in Ot- 
tery to drop into our new Library and Informa¬ 
tion Centre in Silver Street to see the photo¬ 
graphic exhibition on display through April? 

The exhibition is the results of the FoneSnap 
competition for local youngsters to take a pic¬ 
ture on the theme of ‘Who needs words?’ 

There are some really wonderful images. 

You can vote for your favourite picture and 
the people’s choice will be announced at the 
prizegiving on Tuesday, May 2nd at 7.30pm, 
also in the library. 

RICHARD BONNIE, 
Friends of Ottery Library committee 


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Sheep rescue interupts charity walk 


A CHARITY walker’s medical expertise 
came into good use when faced with a dis¬ 
tressed sheep struggling to give birth. 

Musbury resident Dr Nigel Starey is in the 
process of walking the South West Coast 
Path in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital 
Children’s Charity and Hospice UK. 

The 630-mile walk will be done in phases, 
and Mr Starey hopes to have completed it by 
August. 

He had the month of March off work and 


covered the stretch from Minehead to Fowey 
during that time. 

He has reached and passed the halfway 
mark and, because of work, will do the rest 
as day trips. 

Dr Starey is originally from High Wyco¬ 
mbe and worked as a family doctor in Essex, 
Derbyshire and Aberdeenshire. 

He retired to Musbury in 2010 but has since 
worked for the local out-of-hours health ser¬ 
vice and as a locum in medical practices 


Council appeals for more feedback 


MEMBERS of the local com¬ 
munity are being invited by 
East Devon District Council 
to provide further feedback 
on the latest version of the 
East Devon Villages Plan. 

The consultation includes 
details of the feedback re¬ 
ceived in response to the 
2016 consultation and 
shows how the council has 
listened to the views ex¬ 
pressed and amended the 


document. 

The public have until 12pm 
on Wednesday, May 10th to 
comment on the plan and 
the supporting documents 
and all comments will be 
sent to the inspector ap¬ 
pointed to examine the 
plan. 

The council is producing 
the plan to help guide deci¬ 
sions on where new devel¬ 
opment should take place 


in 15 selected larger vil¬ 
lages, as well as the town of 
Colyton. 

The Proposed Submission 
Villages Plan is available to 
view on the East Devon 
Council website: http:// 
bit.ly/2pGYuEV. 

Any comments received in 
response to the latest con¬ 
sultation will be taken on 
board when the plan is ex¬ 
amined this autumn. 


around the area. This was followed by a con¬ 
tract with the Care Quality Commission in a 
senior role, which has been extended. 

Dr Starey said about his walking adven¬ 
ture: “This was supposed to be the bridge 
into retirement, and that is still an element, 
but it was delayed by a few months because 
of a contract extension.” 

He decided to undertake the walk in Octo¬ 
ber last year and said: “I have had a wonder¬ 
ful life as a doctor - and want to give 
something back.” 

When asked why Great Ormond Street Hos¬ 
pital was one of his chosen causes, he said: 
“Because two of us Stareys owe our life to 
them.” 

He explained that his daughter suffered se¬ 
vere pneumonia at the age of five, and that 
the hospital saved 


“It was miles from anywhere with no farm¬ 
house in sight, so I just made sure they were 
alright.” 

Most of the walk is undertaken on his own, 
although friends and random walkers have 
joined him for parts of it. 

He said: “I’m more sociable with walkers 
than I normally would be.” 

With quite a few miles left to cover, he is 
still looking for company, and added: “I’d 
welcome company - possibly to discuss 
life and the future of the primary care sec¬ 
tor, and I’d like to raise some money for 
charity.” 

Anyone interested in joining him or mak¬ 
ing a donation can find out more online at 
www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Nigel- 
stareyl 


Cream tea at All Saints school 


ALL Saints Wise Owls Pre- 
School is to host a cream tea 
afternoon on Saturday, April 
29th. 

Cream tea will be served 
between 2pm and 4pm in All 
Saints Village Hall, just across 


the road from the school. 

A spokesperson said: "This 
event is open to everyone, no 
entry fee, so please come 
along and enjoy a great after¬ 
noon which will include a raf¬ 
fle, cake stall, drinks, face¬ 


painting, colouring and craft 
activities and plants. 

"All funds raised will go to¬ 
wards livening up the out¬ 
door area for the pre-school 
to benefit our lovely two to 
five-year-olds." 


her lung. 

His brother-in-law 
had a rare stomach 
condition as a child, 
and also had his life 
saved by the hospital 
and its staff. 

In addition, Dr 
Starey himself was a 
patient there in the 
1950s. 

The incident with 
the pregnant sheep 
happened at Hart- 
land Point, and Dr 
Starey said: “I deliv¬ 
ered a set of twin 
lambs. I came across 
a sheep in distress, 
in labour and unable 
to deliver - so I 
helped her. 


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LET THESE LOCAL BUSINESSES MAKE YOUR HOUSE A HOME & YOUR GARDEN GLORIOUS 


Chair Choice 


Are you comfortable sitting on your money? 

Would you like to enjoy a comfortable return on your money? 
Invest in a comfy new chair from Chair Choice and you can! 


TREAT yourself and replace your tired old 
chair with a luxurious new reclining chair 
now! We all deserve a bit of comfort some¬ 
where to put our feet up and relax. 

Easy to use two stage quality actions 
mean you can sit with just your feet up 
reading or watching TV then fully recline 
whilst Testing your eyes'. Compact models 
less than 36"(92cm) wide that fully recline 
just inches from the wall means these 
chairs will easily fit your room. Made in 
Britain with a 5 year guarantee (action, 
frame & motors) you can buy with confi¬ 
dence and enjoy years of comfort. 

Chair Choice are premier stockists for 
'Sherborne Upholstery' and 'Celebrity' both 
leading British manufacturers. Designs 
range from classic to contemporary with 
Chairs and matching 2 & 3 seaters available 
as reclining or non reclining versions. Elec¬ 
tric Rise and Recline chairs are also avail¬ 
able to match. 'Aquaclean' a fabric which 
you can simply remove stains with water 
and also shrugs off pet hairs and claws is 
now available on the Sherborne range at no 


extra cost. 

At Chair Choice we have over 100 chairs 
on display including reclining chairs, wing, 
fireside, high seat and electric rise and re¬ 
cline models plus matching settees. All 
available for you to see and try. 

Chair Choice is located at 52 Furnham 
Road (A358) Chard, just along from B&Q 
(next to the old Furnham Inn) with cus¬ 
tomer parking and easy level access to all 
parts of our spacious showroom. So come 
and visit us today, with lots of chairs avail¬ 
able from stock you will soon be sitting 
comfortably! 



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Manor Antiques 
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MANOR Antiques Restorations is a fam¬ 
ily run business with 20 years experi¬ 
ence in the restoration and 
preservation of antique and period fur¬ 
niture. 

The traditional craftsman's skills that 
they can offer range from veneering , 
marquetry, parquetry, cabinet making, 
wood turning, French polishing and 
sympathetic repairs, from the smallest 
scratch to the complete restoration of 
a piece of furniture. 

In Manor Antiques' fully equipped 
work shop they are able to take on 
commissions for pieces of new or re¬ 
production furniture made to the cus¬ 
tomers requirements. 

They have an extensive portfolio 
which shows the high standard of work 
which is available for customers to look 
at to see the transformation of a re¬ 
stored piece of furniture. Manor An¬ 
tiques also offer a carpentry and 
joinery service with items ranging from 
an ornamental oak front door, interior 
doors made from hard or soft wood, to 
fancy oak or pine plate racks. Their 
range is extensive and exclusive to 
your requirements. They can be found 
at Ellishayes, Coombe Raleigh which is 
on the Honiton to Dunkeswell road. 



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BRAMBLEMEAD UPHOLSTERY is running 
Summer Workshops each month in DAL- 
WOOD. Come along and learn traditional 
skills using finest materials to reupholster a 
favourite item that needs a new look. All the 
tools required will be supplied and materi¬ 
als available at a reasonable cost. 

Plenty of individual tuition as maximum 
group of five. Cost will include beverages 
and a light lunch. FIRST DATE: SATURDAY 
6th MAY 10AM TO 4PM. For further details 
and bookings please phone 01404 881312. 



Complete restoration of antique and 
contemporary furniture using traditional 
techniques and finest materials 


MARTIN FLOOR 

www.bramblemead-upholstery.co.uk 
Bramblemead, Dalwood, Axminster, Devon EX13 7BZ 
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Hopson Blinds Ltd 


HOPSON BLINDS are a professional family run 
business, established since 1965, offering a 
friendly and thorough service for domestic and 
commercial customers. 

Why choose Hopson Blinds? 

• Free measuring • Free quotations 

• Free fitting • Repairs/renovations 

• Manufacturers guarantee 
• Established in 1965 • Competitive prices 
10% discount with supply only products 

Are you looking for high quality blinds for your 
home? - At Hopson Blinds, they stock and install 
high quality blinds to suit your requirements. 

Whether you want a traditional roller blind, or 
a more modern Roman blind, Hopson Blinds 
have a variety of styles to suit your require¬ 
ments. Blinds are stylish, warm and add a fin¬ 
ishing touch to a room. They add privacy whilst 
being elegant. You can control the glare, heat 
and light with a range of their blinds. 

Do you want stylish blinds for your conserva¬ 
tory? - Hopson Blinds offer a wide range of 
functional and stylish conservatory blinds for 
sale. Their team of experts offers help from 
choosing the fabric, to manufacturing the 
blinds and then installing them. Conservatory 
blinds help control the heat and glare, which 
enable you to keep cool during the summer 
months and provide insulation during winter 
months. 

Do you need an expert to supply and fit a 
shutter for your home? - Hopson's shutters can 
compliment a contemporary look by adding 


that sleek, clean look to any living area, which 
can immediately transform your rooms by 
adding function and style or if you're looking for 
a more traditional look they have a choice of 
louvered or solid panels, natural stains and a 
carefully selected palette of painted finishes 
that will ensure your shutters blend into even 
the most traditional of surrounding. 

Do you want a tailor made awning for your 
home or business? - Hopson Blinds have a wide 
variety of interior and exterior awnings for you 
to choose from. 

They can also install your tailor-made awning 
for you. Whether you require a traditional shop 
awning or a folding awning for your home, they 
are on hand to supply and install the perfect 
one for you. Hopson Blinds offer a comprehen¬ 
sive range of blinds and awnings and provide a 
full repair, maintenance and recovering service 
for every domestic and commercial customer. 
You can be sure that with their high quality 
products and expert installation your new 
awning will be a great addition to your home or 
business. 

Do you want a new garage door for your home 
or business? - Hopson Blinds offer a wide range 
of designs and colours for you to choose from. 
They supply and install electric garage doors 
ensuring a first class service. 

Call us today on 01297 33488 to arrange a 
free, no obligation quotation. Alternatively, you 
can come and visit our showroom or on our 
website www.hopsonblindsltd.com for further 
details. 



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Desert to Jungle 



Exotic & large plants 

"DESERT to Jungle", at Henlade, Taunton, is 
not your average garden centre. 

Owners Rob and Dave have created an 
oasis of exotic looking plants with which 
you can turn your garden into a taste of 
your favourite holiday destination. Be it the 
tropical Caribbean, the colourful yet dry 
Mediterranean, or even the Arizona desert, 
there are plants to suit at the nursery. 

But here is the best thing of all.nearly 

all of them are hardy in an English winter! 

Owners Rob and Dave are passionate 
about their nursery and are a mine of 
knowledge and 

guidance as to the most suitable plants for 
the look you want and the budget you can 
afford. 

However the nursery is not just exotics. 
There is a large range of "bigger than aver¬ 
age" plants, and bamboos, particularly use¬ 
ful for an instant effect, of if you want to 
screen off your neighbours garage or ex¬ 
tension, or just cannot wait for your garden 
to grow." 

Wide range of hardy ferns and tree ferns. 


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Bamboos, Tree Ferns, Palm Trees and many 
more fantastic plants to give your garden the feel 
of your favourite holiday destination. 

Also large specimen plants for instant effect. 

Open every day except Wednesday I Oam - 5pm 
Lower Henlade, Taunton TA3 5NB 

(5 mins from J25, follow A358 to Yeovil, then signs to Mt Somerset Hotel) 

Tel 01823 443701 www.deserttojungle.com 


Church Street Art 
& Antiques 



CHURCH STREET ART AND ANTIQUES 
in Sidmouth is an art gallery which sells 
an eclectic mix of affordable art mostly 
by listed artists. Whether your taste is 
for traditional art or more abstract and 
quirky pieces, it is worth giving Church 
Street Art and Antiques a visit at the 
shop at 7 Church Street, Sidmouth, op¬ 
posite Sidmouth Parish Church. Sid¬ 
mouth is a popular coastal visitor 
destination, with a mix of largely inde¬ 
pendent shops and cafes. 

All the works are individual and origi¬ 
nal and the collection is ever changing. 
One particular emphasis is on Marine 
and Seascapes, which are very popular 
and reflect the area's special qualities. 
There are usually a number of works of 
this type on display in watercolour, oil 
or mixed media. We also have studio 
collections that we can show you im¬ 
ages of. 

Whether you are looking for that one 
special painting or seeking to furnish a 
property or premises with interesting 
and well priced art, it is worthwhile 
having a look at our website or shop. 
The shop is friendly and informal and 
we understand that people only buy art 
that they love. The store is open week¬ 
days, Saturdays and sometimes Sun¬ 
days but you may also contact Church 
Street Art and Antiques on 07854 
448503, by email: artgallerysid- 
mouth@gmail.com or view the website 
at www.artsidmouth.co.uk 



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H.R. Hodge 


HR HODGE is an independent 
Authorised Panasonic dealer 
in Somerset providing cus¬ 
tomers with trusted, local ex¬ 
pertise and offering the latest 
products for home entertain¬ 
ment. 

'We pride ourselves on pro¬ 
viding comprehensive cus¬ 
tomer service and product 
support, from purchase 
through to installation and 
have a reputation for QUALITY 
SERVICE. 

Service that can be relied 
upon", explains new business 
owner, Steve Spiers. "Our rep¬ 
utation is based on more than 
40 years of trading and today, 
we are totally committed to 
providing a personal service 
that not only exceeds expecta¬ 
tions but also keeps pace with 
the rapid development of 



Faraday Stoves 


WHATEVER your reason for 
wanting to bring a stove into 
your home Faraday Stoves have 
the experience, expertise and 
products to help you fulfill your 
desires. We not only sell most 


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leading brands of stoves we 
also have a full installation and 
repairs service so all your 
needs can be catered for under 
one roof. Our engineers are 
qualified and HETAS 
registered and have a 
wealth of experience to 
ensure your installation is 
undertaken with skill and 
care and most 
importantly of all is safe. 

We have a superb 
showroom in Honiton 
with over 60 stoves on 



technology in both sound and vision." 

See the very latest range of Pana¬ 
sonic products including TVs, 
Recorders, Blu-ray and Audio Sys¬ 
tems. We are also pleased to an¬ 
nounce as of July 2016 we have been 
appointed as an official dealer for 
SONOS wireless speakers. 

Please feel free to call in to our South 
Petherton showroom for any more in¬ 
formation on our range of products 
and services. 



IPanasonic 

H.R.Hodge 

South Petherton 


01460 240 645 

TV Sales - Service - Repairs 

Monday-Friday 9am-5pm 
Saturday 9am-1 pm 

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BD Garden & Pet Supplies 


BD GARDEN and Pet Supplies is an Al¬ 
addin's cave of all manner of items for the 
garden, as well as food, toys and treats for 
your pets. A great range of bird nesting 
boxes are also available. You will also find 
seasonal plants and shrubs in stock, and 
currently the shop has a fantastic range of 
vegetable plants. There are also plenty of 
cakes and sweets to choose from for those 
with a sweet tooth! BD Garden and Pet Sup¬ 
plies also stocks compost, garden orna¬ 
ments, tools, fertilizer, flowerpots, weed 
killer, grass seed and much more. Fifteen 
varieties of seed potatoes and 7 varieties of 


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Our plants are healthy and happy, 


Our service is friendly and snappy, 
You’ll come with a smile, 

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Then leave with a boot full of plants! 


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Open: Mon-Sat 9am-6pm, Sun I0am-6pm 


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' Lower Odcombe 

(on the Montacute - Yeovil Road) 

Telephone 01935 864166 


Westcrete 


onions and shallots are available now, so be 
sure to pop in and get ready for the plant¬ 
ing season. 

Brian currently has a special offer on Felix 
Cat Food (12 Mixed selection variety), 
where if you buy two boxes you can get a 
free box of Go Cat - the total cost is £6 
whilst stocks last! Visit BD Garden and Pet 
Supplies for a unique shopping experience 
and a welcome change from the larger gar¬ 
den centres. 


WESTCRETE is a small, friendly, family 
business that has offered a professional 
and dedicated service to trade and retail 
customers for over 50 years. Westcrete 
provides quality landscaping and build¬ 
ing supplies as well as ready mixed con¬ 
crete and screed for collection or 
delivery. Our comprehensive range of 
natural stone and concrete paving slabs 
are sourced from quality manufacturers, 
including an excellent budget range that 
offers great value for money! A beautiful 
range of natural limestone 
and sandstone paving ethi¬ 
cally sourced, is also avail¬ 
able at very affordable 
prices. 

Gardeners, landscapers 
and builders can benefit 
from our extensive product 
range including decorative 
aggregates, building and 
gardening materials. West¬ 
crete supplies a crane off¬ 
load delivery service and 
mini-mix truck allowing us to 
deliver locally especially 


where access is limited. 

Westcrete's excellent support service 
includes calculating quantities as re¬ 
quired and giving advice to those wish¬ 
ing to do their own construction work. 

Don't forget to check the Company's 
website www.westcrete-ltd.co.uk 
for their latest Special Offers, it also 
provides a useful selection of informa¬ 
tion and tips to customers from a 
beginners guide to laying a patio to 
technical advice. 




Your local, independent landscaping and building materials supplier 


We are stockists of Quality Natural Stone sourced from around the globe for 
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Colourfence 


The ONLY garden fence you will ever need! 


ANDY AND SHELLEY Stewart, launched Colourfence 
3 years ago in South Somerset & Dorset. They have 
been working hard towards promoting Colourfence 
and this is fast becoming a well-known product across 
their area. Great news for the area's homeowners who 
have become frustrated and tired of maintaining their 
traditional timber fencing! 

The feedback from their customers has been 
overwhelming and this has increased their 
recommendations from happy customers, who are 
extremely pleased with their new low maintenance 
fence, so they can now spend more time enjoying 
their gardens. 

Colourfence is the alternative to timber fencing. 

Our fence is guaranteed not to warp, chip or peel for 
up to 25 years*. Put an end to painting, an end to 
rotten posts - an end to constant maintenance! 
Colourfence goes up, stays up whatever the weather, 
even against wind gusts of 130mph! Virtually 
maintenance free, with an occasional wash down with 
water to keep it looking as good as new. Both sides of 
the panel are the same, so both you and your 
neighbour have a stunning fence to look at year after 
year, ensuring good neighbourly relations. 

Our fences and gates are available in a variety of 


heights and colours with or without trellis, our skilled 
installation team will make short work of transforming 
your garden. Starting costs are in line with 
comparable traditional systems but offer the ongoing 
peace of mind that Colourfence will continue to save 
you time and money year after year. 

Call today for a free no obligation visit 01935 481013, 
Website: www.colourfencesouthsomerset.co.uk 


Colourfence Customer Testimonials: 

New Garden Fence 

Hardworking fencers. Excellent job done. 

Well pleased with the result. From initial start 
with supplier to having fence completed I was 
really pleased with the work done. 

Customer in Shepton Mallet 

Boundary fence to rear of property. 

Excellent job done by efficient hard working 
installer. From first contact to completion of work 
we received courteous and professional service. 

Customer in Portland 

Proud members of 

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Where reputation matters 


WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK: 


by Hannah Stephenson, Press Association 


• Sow fast-maturing and late- 
flowering annuals directly into 
their flowering position. 

• Move overwintered hardy an¬ 
nuals to their final flowering 
position. 

• Water and feed plants in the 
greenhouse regularly. 

• Feed seedlings and young 
plants which are growing 
poorly or have pale, yellowing 
foliage. 

• Take leaf cuttings from plants 
with thick, fleshy leaves in¬ 
cluding African violets and 
sedum. 

• If you haven't yet done so, 
cover calabrese and cauliflow¬ 
ers with fleece or fine mesh to 
keep the pests out. 

• Remove blanket weed from 
the pond to let oxygen in. 


• Sow tender crops under 
cover including climbing 
French and runner beans, 
courgettes and sweetcorn. 

• Remove the top couple of 
inches of compost in estab¬ 
lished permanent container 
plantings and refresh the pot 
with fresh compost. 

• Feed newly-planted hedges. 



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Colourfence are transforming gardens across Dorset 
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A garden fence built to last, with colourfence once it's 
up it stays' up, resisting wind gusts of up to 130mph! 

Colourfence panels are made from innovative 
Colorbond Steel and are guaranteed to last at least 
25 years**, an occasional wash down with water will 
leave your fence looking beautiful year after year. 

Available in a variety of heights and colours, with or 
without trellis. 


A fence that requires no painting or treatment! 


6 Simple facts that make colourfence 'TICK' all the boxes 

Guaranteed not to rot, warp, chip or peel for 25 years** (T&C's apply) 
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Fit & forget - 'no worry', low maintenance fence 
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Ensure good neighbourly relations, both sides the same! 
Beautiful to look at year after year 

* apart from an occasional wash down 



The Fence that repairs itself. 


If you scratch or cut 
Colourfence, the 
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reacts with moisture to 
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Fora free no-obligation site visit, please call Andy & Shelley. 


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West of England Laser Centre 


Moles, sunspots and other blemishes... 



Michelle Hague Clinical Hypnotherapy 


Stress at home and in the work place? 


THE West of England Laser Centre situated 
at Nuffield Health Taunton Hospital, can treat 
these plus other skin conditions by laser. 

Sun spots and freckles - sometimes known 
as 'liver' or 'age' spots - exist where the body 
collects more pigment, called melanin. For 
removal of moles, short bursts of high laser 
light are applied, thus removing precise lay¬ 
ers of superficial skin layer by layer until the 
lesion is significantly diminished/no longer 
visible. The precision of modern-day lasers 
minimises risks of scarring - unlike the older 
version lasers of the past. 

Also available is laser removal of: facial 
thread veins, warts, veruccas, "blood spots", 
excess hair and tattoos. In addition various 
injection treatments are used to smooth 
away fine facial lines and/or to add volume 
and definition, eg. to the lips. Baggy eyelid 
problems can also be solved at the centre by 
a minor surgical procedure. 



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Some motes are more 
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telephone 01823 331773 or e-mail us at 
lasercentre@lineone.net. 


Terry New 

Denture Clinic 


Dentures from the 
comfort of your home 

TERRY New's Denture Clinic offers a 
service that few can compete with. 
Terry has been in the denture business 
for more than 30 years, and got intro¬ 
duced to the business by a relative who 
was a technician as well. 

He visits a lot of homes, and is one of 
the few practices in the country who is 
legally qualified to make dentures with¬ 
out the involvement of a dentist. He 
can make dentures straight to the pub¬ 
lic, which saves a lot of time and has¬ 
sle. 

"I do a lot of home visits, and meet a 
lot of people and go to a lot of residen¬ 
tial homes/Terry said. "I offer one on 
one service, at competitive prices.' 

Prices are extremely competitive 
even for those with a limited budget. 
Terry also offers a den- ture repair ser¬ 
vice, while customers wait. 

"As I work from home, I do offer ser¬ 
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Based near Ashcot in Somerset, Terry 
can do home visits within a 25 mile ra¬ 
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call 01458 210039 or cut out and keep 
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DID you know that reducing stress in the 
workplace is a must in any industry today? 

It is now a statutory obligation that health 
and safety procedures are addressed within 
the workplace, and take account of mini¬ 
mizing unnecessary stress causing factors. 

Studies have shown that businesses are 
finding their employees are under perform¬ 
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pressures and these businesses are suffer¬ 
ing a serious loss of revenue due to employ¬ 
ees being off sick. 

We all know that stress can cause poor 
work performance, personal and profes¬ 
sional relationship difficulties and health 
problems and if not dealt with long-term 
stress can result in fatality. 

Michelle has developed a three-session 
approach to working directly with Stress 
Anxiety and associated reactive Depres¬ 
sion. A simple strategy that teaches some 
basic techniques to help give you control 
and increase wellbeing and stability. 

For businesses there is a One-day course, 
to help recognise and avoid potentially 
stressful situations and minimise exposure 
to stressful situations at work and in your 
personal life. 

Both managers and employees can min¬ 
imise stress and improve the working envi¬ 
ronment to improve performance both 
individually and for their team. A win / win 


situation leading to a happy environment 
and increased profitability. 

As a result of working with Michelle either 
privately on an individual basis or through 
her training days you can feel more empow¬ 
ered and able to deal with periods of high 
workload in a calmer more confident man¬ 
ner. It will provide a very valued resource 
for you or your staff and help improve inter¬ 
personal relationships and personal rela¬ 
tionships. You will learn coping and 
relaxation techniques that have been tried 
and tested over the years. For more infor¬ 
mation call 07761 773 563 or email 
michelle@haguemail.co.uk 



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Bowen Therapy 
& Energy Healing 


A LIGHT TOUCH 
THAT GOES DEEP 

IS any of this YOU? - Living with 
Chronic or Acute Pain in your Body? 
Hard to trust how you are going to feel 
on a daily basis? You don't feel well 
enough to fully engage with your life? 
Tired all the time? Difficult to create any 
true momentum and are forever not 
seeing things through? You know you 
can feel much better but you don't 
know how to commit to it? 

BOWEN THERAPY & ENERGY HEADING 

Bowen Therapy combined with En¬ 
ergy Healing harnesses not only your 
own ability & capacity to take on your 
life with a true power of strength and 
continuity but will also empower you to 
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up in the form of: 

• Chronic or Acute Back/Neck/ 
Shoulder Pain 

• Sciatica 

• Autoimmune conditions 

• Hormonal Imbalances 

• Migraines/Headaches 

• Stress/Overwhelm/Anxiety/Insomnia 

• Known or unknown pains and aches 

Melanie leads you to and supports: 

• Clearly Understanding how to get 
your Energies Humming and 
working for you. 

• Alignment with your body systems 
and self healing processes. 

• Gently Bring you out of pain and 
inflammation long term. 

• Restoring forgotten vitality and 
vibrancy. 

• Embracing change and 
experiencing your own strength 
when new pathways open up. 

• Becoming proficient with quick and 
highly effective Energy Techniques 
that will enhance your performance 
Physically and Mentally and bring 
about strong Emotional Health. 

• Moving you away from flight and 
fight into more ease, calm and 
clarity, releasing the happy 
chemicals. 

• Learning how to Tap into your own 
inner wisdom and ability to Self Heal 
and direct your energies positively. 


BOWEN THERAPY 
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SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER 
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includes a complete 90 minute Energy 
Assesment and Bowen Treatment 

Offer ends 31 st May 2017 

To make an appointment call Melanie on 

07715-952896 

www.bowentechniqueindevon.com 


Axminster Health & 
Wellbeing Centre 


WE are delighted to announce that the 
prestigious Clifton Practice Hypnotherapy 
Training Centre has awarded the Advanced 
Hypnotherapy Diploma (AHD) to Health 
and Wellbeing Centre Hypnotherapist, 
Deborah Pearce. 

On congratulating Deborah, Deborah 
said 'It was hard work, but like anything 
worth doing, was immensely satisfying'. 

Deborah qualified as a clinical 
hypnotherapist in 2008 and since then has 
built a thriving practice in East Devon, 
working at the Health & Wellbeing Centre 
on Wednesdays. 

She co-founded the Association for Solution 
Focused Hypnotherapy, is a qualified 
supervisor and a lecturer for CPHT. 

Deborah can be contacted as 
follows: dpearcehypno@gmail.com, 

01404 813388, 07939 840788 and further 
details can be found at www.deborah 
pearce.co.uk 

Mindfulness Meditation Drop-in dates for 
your diary: 

Mon 8th May, Mon 5th June, Mon 3rd July, 
Mon 11th Sept, Mon 9th Oct, Mon 6th Nov 
and Mon 4th Dec at Axminster Health & 
Wellbeing Centre and from 7:30-9:00pm. 
Admission to the drop-in is by 
donation. This is a great introduction to 
Mindfulness or a positive way to keep your 
regular meditation practice alive. Call Kath 
Woods 01404 831605 or email 

kath.woods2012@gmail.com for details. 

'You have more power over your mind 
than you realise. The time to strengthen it is 
now' www.axminsterwellbeing.com/events 

The Healing Power of Essences with Karen 
Stead-Dexter PhD: Karen is an Advanced 
Practitioner in Flower and Vibrational 
Essences and is running the clinic every 
2nd and 4th Friday of the month at which 
people can learn a little bit more about 
essences and how they work. Visit 
www.kingfisherhealth.co.uk for further in¬ 
formation or call in to the Centre on May 
12th between 10am and noon to find out 
more. 

Community Projects: Axminster Food 
Bank is delighted to announce that it has 
been awarded over £1,500 from Co-op's 
Community Scheme. The Centre would like 
to thank the community as this kind of con¬ 
tinued support helps us to ensure that peo¬ 
ple in need have access to food and 
essential household items. 

Axminster Family Wellbeing is currently 
hosting Massage and Yoga Classes for 
parents and their babies. There are many 
benefits to these activities, both emotional 


To advertise call Lillie 

01297 446160 




and physical. Some studies have even 
shown that women with severe postnatal 
depression bonded to their babies 
much more quickly if they incorporated 
baby massage into their daily routine. 
For more information see www.axminster 
wellbeing.com/events 

The Centre is not just about therapies... 

We also cater for small meetings or larger 
gatherings for talks, workshops, training 
or exercise. Our room hire prices are 
very competitive, starting from £6.50 per 
session. 

The Centre has 5 therapy rooms of vary¬ 
ing sizes on the first floor and a large room 
on the ground floor. 

All treatment rooms have access to a toi¬ 
let and some rooms have their own sinks. 
Room hirers and their clients have use of 
our library; kitchen and private garden. 

There are spectacular views from the rear 
of the building stretching across the valley. 

Call 01297 32331 to book a viewing or sim¬ 
ply call in, we would be delighted to see 
you. www.axminsterwellbeing.com/room- 
hire 

NEW to the Centre for May will be Life 
Drawing Classes - you may like to give 
these a try? These classes are suitable for 
all abilities and may appeal particularly to 
people studying for qualifications in art & 
design or to people wishing to brush up 
their skills. Please do ring 01297 32331 to 
find out more or to register. 


Samantha Davey 

Clinical Hypnotherapy 


HYPNOTHERAPY is helpful in four main 
areas: 

• Emotional difficulties including anx¬ 
iety, stress, depression and confidence 
building. 

• Habitual problems and behavioural 
issues, e.g. nail biting, smoking, 
overeating. 

• Physical conditions including irrita¬ 
ble bowel syndrome, persistent pain, 
headaches and high blood pressure. 

• Performance enhancement 
whether it's for sports, business, public 
speaking, your driving test, exams or 
anything else where you need to give 
your best. 

Hypnotherapy is a practical, down-to- 
earth therapy, backed up by research 
and based on sound scientific princi¬ 
ples. If you feel ready for change hyp¬ 
notherapy empowers you to take 
control of your 
life, tap into your 
inner resources, 
overcome prob¬ 
lems and live life 
to the full. 

Samantha says, 

"we all experience 
light states of 
hypnosis every 
day - like when 
you're driving on 
autopilot, ab¬ 
sorbed in a cre¬ 
ative activity, or 
even just daydreaming. In hypnother¬ 
apy we amplify that state and use it to 
help you achieve your goals." Saman¬ 
tha's hypnotherapy sessions are tai¬ 
lored for your unique needs, helping 
you to create lasting, positive change 
through simple yet powerful imagery 
techniques and suggestions. 

Hypnotherapy can help with a wide 
range of issues, so please call even if 
your problem is not listed here. 
Samantha offers a professional and 
supportive service in Seaton and 
Axminster. Free consultations. Call 
07809 447720, or email 

info@hypno4freedom.co.uk. 



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AXMINSTER Health and Wellbeing Centre 
Hypnotherapist Deborah Pearce has been 
awarded the Advanced Hypnotherapy 
Diploma (AHD) by the prestigious Clifton 
Practice Hypnotherapy Training Centre 
(CPHT). 

The AHD has been accredited by the NCFE 
as having measurable learning outcomes 
that have been benchmarked at level 5 
(using Ofqual's Qualification and Accredita¬ 
tion Framework). It is at an equivalent level 
to a Foundation Degree. 

To qualify, practitioners need to have at 
least 3 years' experience after gaining their 
Hypnotherapy Practitioner Diploma (HPD), 
itself a highly regarded qualification within 
the profession. They also need to attend 
post-qualification CPD training courses on 
subjects as diverse as Hypnotherapy for 
Childbirth, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder 
(OCD), Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), 
Obesity, Psychoneuroimmunology and a 
range of other related topics. 

As well as meeting these criteria, Deborah 
also participated in the Clifton Practice Re¬ 


search Programme, gathering evidence of 
clients' progress via specially written soft¬ 
ware. 

Deborah explains, "In addition to the ongo¬ 
ing training and the practical experience of 
helping hundreds of clients over the years 
since I first qualified, I also prepared a com¬ 
prehensive portfolio of written evidence for 
evaluation by external assessors. It was hard 
work, but like anything worth doing, was im¬ 
mensely satisfying. I am delighted that I can 
now put the letters 'AHD' after my name". 

Deborah qualified as a clinical hypnother¬ 
apist in 2008 and since then has built a 
thriving practice in East Devon, with therapy 
rooms in Axminster, Ottery St Mary and Sid- 
mouth, working at the Axminster Health and 
Wellbeing Centre on Wednesdays. She co¬ 
founded the Association for Solution Fo¬ 
cused Hypnotherapy, is a qualified 
supervisor and a lecturer for CPHT. 

Deborah can be contacted as follows: 
dpearcehypno@gmail.com, 01404 813388, 
07939 840788 and further details can be 
found at www.deborahpearce.co.uk 


cT 


Deborah Pearce 

HYPNOTHERAPY 


Hypnotherapy can help with: 

Reducing anxiety Improving sleep Gaining confidence 
Reducing stress Improving stress-related conditions 
Regaining motivation for life Overcoming fears and phobias 
Self-hypnosis for calmer childbirth Motivation for weight management 



Solution Focused Hypnotherapy 

Appointments available at: 

•Axminster • Ottery St Mary •Sidmouth 


t: 01404 813388 m: 07939 840788 
e: dpearcehypno@gmail.com www.deborahpearce.co.uk 



The Foot Friendly Clinic 


THE Foot Friendly Clinic is based in Mil- 
tons Yard, a small shopping area be¬ 
hind the Barclays bank in West Street, 
Axminster. Mary McPadden worked as 
a registered nurse( RGN)in the NHS for 
many years, before training as a Chi¬ 
ropodist/Podiatrist. Mary is registered 
with The Health and Care Professions 
Council (the government body which 
regulates health care professionals in 
the UK) and has been practising in the 
local area since 2001. 

Mary specializes in the management 
and treatment of foot disorders and of¬ 
fers simple orthotics at reasonable 
prices as well as a range of footcare 
products. The aim of The Foot Friendly 
Clinic is to make clients comfortable 
and at ease whilst finding efficient so¬ 
lutions to their problems. Mary also 
visits care homes and works in the local 
community. If you would like to make 
an appointment please call into Unit 3 
at Miltons Yard or 
phone 01297 625515 
or 07946213310. The 
clinic is very accessi¬ 
ble for customers 
with mobility prob¬ 
lems. 


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For all your footcare needs 

Mrs M. Mcpadden 

HCPC Registered Chiropodist / Podiatrist 

3 Miltons Yard, West Street, Axminster EX13 5FE 

CALL 01297 625515 OR 07946 213310 




Lindy Parry 

Podiatrist/Chiropodist 


I HOLD my private chiropody clinic at 
Townsend House Surgery in Seaton. 

I offer a range of treatments from a simple 
nail cut to nail surgery, and each treatment 
plan is priced accordingly. 

The nail cutting only service is a shorter 
appointment and is ideal for those that 
don't have any other foot care needs. 
Others like to alternate nail cuts with 
chiropody treatments as it best suits their 
requirements. I always aim to work with the 
patient to find the best treatment plan to 
suit each individual. Patients feet are then 
monitored during treatment so that 
changes can be made should the need 
arise. 

Diabetic patients who attend for 
chiropody will also have a diabetic foot 
assessment carried out during their first 
treatment, and will then be monitored and 
re-assessed as necessary. 

My chiropody clinics are available to 
anybody seeking help with their feet and 
Townsend House and I look forward to 
welcoming you. 

Bookings can be made by calling 01297 
22956. 



Lindy Party 

Podiatrist / Chiropodist 

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

Townsend House Medical Practice Seaton 

To make a Booking please call 

0129722956 














































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Dorset Facial Aesthetics Clinic 


Axminsler Clinic for fine lines 
and wrinkles is moving! 


AS WE are now based in the 
beautiful setting of Char- 
mouth, Dorset, we are chang¬ 
ing our name to Dorset Facial 
Aesthetics Clinic! 

We are excited to be relocat¬ 
ing to the calm and peaceful 
Stillwaters Therapy Centre in 
the heart of the village. There 
is on street parking outside the 
centre and also a large car park 
a few minutes walk away. Our 
new address is The Elms, The 
Street, Charmouth, Dorset, 
DT6 6PJ. 

Our clinic was established in 
1999 and our Doctor is an asso¬ 
ciate of the famous Knights- 
bridge Clinic of Dr Rita Rakus. 
In addition to our various in- 
jectables and fillers, our Doctor 
has introduced some exciting 
new wrinkle reducing, skin 
tightening and up-lifting treat¬ 
ments. Our most popular treat¬ 
ments are Ulthera, Sculptra 
and Rejuvapen. All of our treat¬ 
ments are suitable for both 
men and women. 

Rejuvapen is a microneedling 
system for skin rejuvenation 
that can help repair deep skin 
damage without causing fur¬ 


ther scarring or discomfort. 
The skin will become firmer, 
pores smaller, pigmentation, 
texture and the overall condi¬ 
tion of the skin improved. 

Ulthera is a non-surgical, 
non-invasive procedure for the 
face that lifts, tones and tight¬ 
ens loose skin. The treatment 
will gradually stimulate the 
growth of new collagen over 
time to strengthen and tone 
your skin from within with no 
downtime. 

Sculptra works differently 
from traditional fillers gradually 
reducing lines giving a fuller 
natural look that can last up to 
24 months. 

To find out more information 
on our treatments, please visit 
our website. 

We welcome clients old and 
new to our friendly clinic for a 
free no obligation consultation 
with our highly qualified and 
experienced Doctor. 

For further information, 
please call Janis on 07710 
707202 or 07906 786246 or 
email janis@anti-ageing- 
clinic.co.uk or visit our website 
www.anti-ageing-clinic.co.uk 


Wrinkle Reduction, 

Frown Line Treatment, 
Skin Tightening and Lifting 

We have moved! 

The clinic is now based in Charmouth, Dorset 


Advanced treatments for fine lines, wrinkles, lip enhancement, 
facial contouring are available from our Knightsbridge doctor. 


Ulthera 

Ulthera is a non-surgical, non invasive 
procedure for the face, that lifts, tones 
and tightens loose skin. The treatment will 
gradually stimulate the growth of new 
collagen over time to strengthen and tone 
your skin from within, with no downtime. 


Next Clinic 
Sunday 
14th May 2017 

www.anti-ageing-clinic.co.uk 


Sculptra 


The volumiser, designed to stimulate collagen 
with results that can last over two years. 


Rejuvapen 


Rejuvapen is a new microneedling system for 
skin rejuvenation that can help repair deep skin 
damage. The skin will become firmer, pores 
smaller, pigmentation, texture and the overall 
condition of the skin improved. 



Phone for an appointment 

07906 786246 
or 01243 698823 


Dorset Facial Aesthetics Clinic 

Stillwaters Therapy Centre 

The Elms, The Street, Charmouth, Dorset DT6 6PJ 


Healthy Feet 


Start getting your feet, beach ready now! 


DO YOU suffer from Fungal Nail infections, also 
known as Onychomycosis? Are your Toenails dis¬ 
coloured/thickened/crumbling? 

Treatment options include the revolutionary 'Clear- 
anail'. The pain free, in-expensive, non-invasive and 
most importantly effective solution to resolve dis¬ 
colored, thickened and crumbling nails. Clearanail 
is a highly effective treatment for advanced infec¬ 
tions and is only available through your podiatrist. 

At Healthy Feet, based in Axminster, Devon, JANE 
qualified at Plymouth School of Podiatry in 1983 and 
since then has worked in both the NHS across the 
South of England and Cambridgeshire, as well as 
working Privately across Bridport, Beaminster and 
Cambridge. Jane has a broad range of Podiatry and 
Chiropody experience and specializes in the treat¬ 
ment of Foot and Heel Pain. Offering Appointments 
for both Adults and Children including treatments 
for all foot related Conditions. 

Clearanail is safe and painless and has been devel¬ 
oped by professionals using controlled micro pene¬ 
tration. Creating micro pathways in the nail plate 
allowing deeper access to the areas of infection 


without damaging the nail bed beneath. Daily treat¬ 
ment is then applied after the initial process leading 
to healthy looking nails. Clients are seeing changes 
in a matter of two or three weeks after spending 
years hiding their feet due to being ashamed of how 
they looked and trying to solve the issue with nu¬ 
merous alternative treatments. With only trained Po¬ 
diatrists being able to offer this innovative new 
concept it is the sure stop to get your feet looking 
beach ready in time for the summer. 





Be confident this summer! 
Start getting your feet, 
BEACH READY NOW 


Now offering - CLEARANAIL 


I Tel: 01297 631043 
Road, Axminster, Devon EX13 5BE 


This creates micro pathways in the nail plate allowing deeper 
access to the areas of infection without damaginging the nail bed 
beneath. Each tiny holes can be drilled in less than five 
seconds. Daily treatment can then be applied leading to clearing 
of the infection and healthy-looking nails in a short space of time. 

Visible results are guaranteed within two weeks and the average 
cost to the patient for complete treatment is available at a 
fraction for that of painful laser treatments! 


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FERNE ANIMAL SANCTUARY 


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£**> Feme Animal Sanctuary 

rLMH PROVIDING REFUGE FOR UNWANTED ANIMALS 


www.ferneanimalsanctuary.org I 01460 65214 I infofdferneanimalsanctuary.org 


The Magnificent Seven! 


‘MIDDLE AGE’ can be a tricky time for some, as 
Arnold, Logan, Kitty, Marley, Ernie, Ollie and Alan 
are finding out. Passed over for adoption time and 
time again for ‘younger, fluffier, cuter’ cats, they are 
wondering if they will ever find love again? 

With the kitten season nearly upon us, their de¬ 
pression and fear of the future have taken hold, 
and it can only get worse. How will they compete 
with these younger, more attractive models that 
everyone seems to fall in love with so quickly? 
r-v Despite their good manners, undemanding 


ways and expert use of cat flaps, they just don’t 
seem to get a look in. They don’t even demand 
your attention with trinkets and toys, instead just 
calmly reward your love with loyalty, friendship 
and adoration. 

“They are mature, calm and very loving, so just 
coming into their prime!” said Tara Nirula, Re-hom¬ 
ing Manager at Feme. “However, at some stage in 
their lives they have been unwanted or abandoned, 
so trust is an issue and they will need experienced 
and patient owners. Once that trust is gained you 


will have a friend for life.” 

These seven cats have now been with Feme for a 
long time and it’s important we find them forever 
homes soon. Unfortunately for them, older cats 
don’t adjust well to life in the cattery surrounded 
by strange cats and missing their home comforts. 

Our featured cats can be found on our website 
www.ferneanimalsanctuary.org. If you are inter¬ 
ested in any of them, please give us a call at the 
Sanctuary on Tel: 01460 65214. 

Feme Animal Sanctuary is a registered charity and 
relies on the support of the public and dedicated 
volunteers to continue its vital work. Feme has 
been caring for unwanted and abandoned animals 
for over 75 years. 



Hello there! ]*• 

My name is Ollie! ** 

I am a sweet cat who was originally a stray but I was in a 
home recently and was very well behaved! I am really loving 
once I get to know you but I take a little while to gain your 
trust as I was out on the streets. I can be very chatty once I 
am happy and really love attention! I would be happiest as 
the only pet in the home and I haven’t met any children yet. 
I am litter trained and non-destructive in the cattery. 


B. Gibbs 

Funeral Services Ltd. 


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I am, as you can see, quite frightened at the moment but 
I am very affectionate and really like to be made a fuss 
of once I get to know you (which doesn’t take long). I have 
lived with children aged 6 years old before, but I would 
prefer to be the only pet in the home. I would also 
% like a rural home where I can go out and explore 
when I feel like it! 


Hi! I’m Arnold! & 

I am an independent cat who was abandoned by 
my owner and left to fend for myself. I am ok with 
other cats but am not keen on dogs. I would be 
happy to live on a farm or a home in the countryside 
where I could earn my keep and also be able to explore 
as I love being outside! 

I am not happy being kept inside and really need 
a second chance in life and somewhere I can 
call home! 


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Specialising in caring for elderly cats 
and for those with special needs 

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Feme Animal Sanctuary 

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KINGFISHER 

erinary practice 



Call in to ask about our new Pet Health Plans 
spread the cost of routine procedures and receive 
discounts on many goods & services 

Tower Hill Road, Crewkerne, TA1 8 8EQ - Tel 01460 72443 
Furnham Road, Chard,TA20 1AF-Tel01460 66111 
Stapleton Road, Martock,TA12 6HH - Tel 01935 825199 
Mountfields Road, Taunton, TA1 3BQ - Tel 01823 327272 

www.kingfishervets.co.uk 

office@kingfishervets.co.uk 
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Hello, I’m Ernie! 3$ 

I am an independent cat who was abandoned by my owner 
and left to fend for myself for several years! I am still quite 
worried by people but I am slowly becoming more confident 
due to regular contact with people. I would prefer to be the 
only cat in the home with lots of outdoor space for me to 
explore as I love being outside! I am happiest to live in 
the countryside in a home without any children and where 
I can have a fuss on my terms. I am litter trained and not 
destructive in the cattery. 



Nice to meet you! * # 
I’m Kitty! % V 

I am a nervous cat who is looking for a home in the 
countryside as this is what I am used to. It will take a while 
to get used to you, but once I do I can be very loving. I would 
prefer to be the only cat in the home with lots of outdoor 
space for me to explore as I love being outside! I am happiest 
to live in a home without any children, and where I can have 
a fuss on my terms. 


Hey! My name is Logan! 

I am a little worried at the moment after being brought 
into the Sanctuary as my owner can no longer care for me. 

I absolutely love human attention and really enjoy being 
made a fuss of so I am looking for a home with owners who 
have time to give me the care and attention I crave. I am 
looking for a quieter home without children or other pets and 
I will also need an owner who has the time to groom me 
regularly in order to prevent me from getting matted. ^ 

I am litter trained and not destructive in the home. * 


Howdie! I’m Marley! $ 




I am a sweet cat who is looking for a second 
chance for a home after my owner could no longer ^ 
look after me I am a little worried at the moment but 

once I get to know you I am very affectionate. 
I have lived with older children before but I would 
prefer to be the only pet in the home. I would 
4 0 prefer a quiet rural home away from busy 
roads as I am not used to living in a 
built up area. 


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Require another team member to join 
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The role will be tailored to the qualifications and 
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Typically you will have experience in practice and be 
either A AT qualified or part/fully qualified AC A/ACC A. 
An individual qualified by experience will be considered. 
We act for a wide variety of owner managed businesses 
and provide a comprehensive range of services. 
Full/part time considered. Salary - dependent on 
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following jobs available: 

Night Care Assistant -36hrs per week, every other weekend. 
Roles include: assisting our Residents to maintain a happy and 
healthy lifestyle. You will assist with personal care, activities and 
general duties as required. We pride ourselves on our homely 
atmosphere and welcome interest from anyone who has a caring, 
compassionate personality. 

• Part Time Cleaner - 24hrs a week, every other weekend. 
Roles include: maintaining the properties cleanliness, 
carrying out set daily tasks, an eye for detail, knowledge on 
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• 2 x Care Assistant - 36hrs per week, every other weekend. 
Roles include: assisting our Residents to maintain a happy and 
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atmosphere and welcome interest from anyone who has a caring, 
compassionate personality. 

Fairfield House provides a friendly and positive working 
environment. Full training provided, including NVQ's 
For further information please contact Sarah or April on 
01297 443513 or email admin@fairfieldhouse.co.uk 


CANNON 

An opportunity to work within a Care Home Group 
which provides outstanding care for older people. 

MINIBUS DRIVER 

Do you have a driving license which enables you 
to drive a 14 seat minibus? We are looking for 
a part time minibus driver for regular trips out in 
the local area. Includes 1 weekend day. Applicants 
must be motivated, with good inter-personal skills 
and must be able to work as part of a team. 

For an application form, please contact: 

The Check House Nursing Home, Seaton: 01297 21858 


Experienced Assembly 
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• Plan work, supervise and deliver training whilst working alongside the team. 

• Set mechanical press tools, ensure correct use of hand tooling, resolve technical issues, 
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• Working to ISO 9001 procedures maintain a high standard of 5S workplace organization. 

Requirements: 

• Knowledge of electro mechanical assembly, soldering,looming and tool set up. 

• Previous experience managing a team and allocating work in a cellular environment. 

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Computer literate, familiar with 
MRP/ERP systems and able to read technical drawings. 

Package: 

Salary commensurate with skills 

Holidays - 20 days (rising to 25 days after 5 years) + statutory holidays 
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SENIOR CARER - DAY DUTY 

We are looking for a Senior Care Assistant to join our team at 
Thornfield with a minimum qualification of NVQ Level 3 in 
Health & Social Care. Must have proven skills and experience in 
organising and running a shift, administering medication and 
have a hands on approach. The ideal applicant will need to have 
a sense of humour whilst also maintaining a professional 
approach at all times. Full-time hours to include a weekend day. 
Great training opportunities and staff loyalty scheme. 
Starting from £10.50 per hour. 

For an application form, please contact: 

Thornfield Care Home, 

Seaton: 01297 20039 


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We are recruiting an Advertisement 
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Lyme Regis office where we publish 
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We are looking for an 
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player who wants to 
make their mark in 
the challenging 
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publishing, 


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on 01297 
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or email 
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To work alternate weekends. 
Training provided 

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email: shire@sentrycare.co.uk 
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on the job training 
r in newspaper sales and 
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and paid a basic salary 
with opportunities for rapid 
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FINISHED in medium oak colour, it 
comprises 2 off 6” shelves and a 7” 
dropdown door. A superb piece of 
furniture and perfect for either 
modern or traditional setting. In 
very good condition.£85 Tel: 01297 
32967 

WELL SEASONED hardwoods suit¬ 
able for woodturning. A substantial 
and varied quantity mainly raw cut 
but some cut ready for turning. In¬ 
cludes oak, mahogany, walnut, yew, 
cherry, birch and laburnum.£45 for 
the lot, Tel: 01297 32967 
MODERN DOUBLE bed and mat 
tress in white hardly used Give away 
at £50 or near offer. Tel: 
07719072611. Axminster. 

TWO large red sofa’s equivalent to 4 
seaters with matching storage 
pouffe. Lovely condition - £300 ono 
for the lot but will have to collect 
them yourself. Tel 07929 006061 
DISPLAY CABINET. Two glass 
doors, four shelves and large cup¬ 
board with doors under. VGC. A 
lovely piece of substantial furniture. 


H 2m; D 37cm ; W 89cm. £75. 
Tel: 07881502098 
ELECTRIC ILLUMINATED make 
up mirror on chrome stand. Perfect 
condition. £15. Tel: 07881502098 
HEAVY DUTY battery 
charger. 6/12 volt 8 amp. As new con¬ 
dition. Will sell for £20. Tel: 07881 
502098 

32" LED TV just over 1 year old. 
Freeview/HD Ready. £80.00. Tel: 
01460 78214. 

3 SEATER and 2 seater settee in 
mink colour cloth and good clean 
condition only 4 years old. £200. Tel: 
01404 548461 

WOODEN BOOKCASE with three 
shelves in excellent condition. 30" 
wide x 32" x 81/2". £20.00 o.n.o. Tel: 
01460 57416 Ilminster. 

GUITAR, 3/4 Herald Classical. Model 
number HL34. This model has re¬ 
ceived fantastic reviews, showing 
value for money. It is in almost new 
condition, and includes a gig bag. 
First to see will buy. £30. Tel: 01404 
46451 Mob. 07976 533520 


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Tatworth Primary School 

School Lane, Tatworth, Chard, Somerset TA20 2RX 
Principal: Mr Stephen Clarke 
Tel: 01460 220565 Fax: 01460 221390 

Email: tatworth@educ.somerset.gov.uk 
www.tatworth.somerset.sch.uk 

TEACHING ASSISTANT 

Hourly Rate between: £7.97-£8.54 per hour - depending on experience. 

We are looking to appoint a Teaching Assistant to support the children's 
emotional well-being. The work will involve working one to one with 
children and supporting children at lunchtimes (Monday to Friday) you will 
be working across the school which will include children from Reception to 
Y6. We are looking to appoint someone who can cover lunch breaks 
Monday to Friday (6hrs) and an additional 16 hrs of individual support. 
These hours can be worked flexibly to suit the individual. We would prefer 
candidates to hold at least a NVQ Level 2 qualification in Teaching 
Assistant/learning support qualification. 

The closing date is 12 noon Friday 12th May and interviews will be held on 
the week of the 15th May. We are looking for someone to commence work 
on Monday 5th June. 

The school has a commitment to safeguarding children, and has a culture 
of vigilance to support this. 

Please contact the school office for an application form on 
01460 220565 or email tatworth@educ.somerset.gov.uk 

Closing date: 12 noon Friday 12th May. Interviews: Week of 15th May 
Start date: Monday 5th June 


The Old Rectory Care Home 

Musbury, Axminster, Devon, EX13 8AR 

Permanent and maternity 
cover Care Assistant 

Full and part time flexible positions available 
Support and enable adults with learning disabilities, autism, 
epilepsy and complex needs. 

A thorough training and induction programme provided 

For an informal discussion about the post and to get an 
application pack, contact, Vicky Joy, Susan Mackay, 
or Emily Farrington on 01297 552532 
orvictoria.joy@oldrectorymusbury.co.uk 
Application closing date: 22nd May 2017 



CURRENT VACANCIES 

Millwey Rise Industrial Estate, Axminster 

Experienced Butcher required for 

Night Shift 

Permanent position for a very experienced 
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experience. Block test given at inteview 

Manufacturing Operative - Day Shift 

Producing sausages, burgers, bacon etc. 
Permanent, full time position. Monday - 
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training given. 

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approx. 25 hours per week. 

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The ultimate leisure guide for 
East Devon and South Somerset 



Riviera Dogs ready 
to rock the Gateway 




Choral Society concert to feature 
two twentieth century pieces 


MEMBERS of the Axmin- 
ster and District Choral So¬ 
ciety are excited at the 
prospect of performing two 
choral works from the 20th 
century at their forthcom¬ 
ing concert on April 29th. 

John Rutter’s Gloria was 
composed in 1974 and is well 
established in the choral 
repertoire. It is in three 
movements, which corre¬ 
spond roughly to traditional 
symphonic structure. The 
accompaniment of brass en¬ 
semble with timpani, per¬ 
cussion and organ makes a 
joyful noise in the outer 
movements, but is used 
more softly and introspec- 
tively in the middle move¬ 
ment. Rutter’s range of 
influences spans both classi¬ 
cal and popular traditions. 
Rutter has said: 

“We can all learn from 
each other. I listen to all 
sorts of music - not just 
choral. -I pick up 
sounds and ideas from 
many parts of the 
world. The wonderful 
thing about choirs 
around the world is 
that they don’t all 
sound alike, because 
singing is related to 
speech and, for exam¬ 
ple, Russian choirs 
don’t sound like 
Swedish or Cuban or 
South African choirs. 

Long live the differ¬ 
ences.” 

The Gloria will be 
conducted by Director 
of Music Peter Par- 
shall and the soloist 
will be Harriet Mount- 
ford, who is welcomed 
back after her fine 
performance in the 
autumn concert 
“Alexander’s Feast.” 

A first class honours 
graduate from York 
University, Harriet 
lives in Berkshire with 
her husband, John, 
where she enjoys a 
varied career of orato¬ 
rio, recital and con¬ 
sort singing, alongside 
her teaching commit¬ 
ment at The Abbey Ju¬ 
nior School in 
Reading. Harriet will 


be in Axminster again in 
June to give a recital of 
Lieder, Melodie and English 
song, depicting ‘A Lover’s 
Journey’, as part of the 
Axminster Lunchtime 
Recital Series Music at the 
Minster. 

Joseph Jorgen’s Messe en 
Vhoneur du Saint-Sacre- 
ment, Opus 130 is a work of 
great lyrical and melodic 
power. It is a harmonically 
rich piece in six movements, 
part of the French tradition, 
with musical ties to Faure 
and Franck . Jongen began 
to write this mass in 1945. It 
was composed in memory of 
his brother Alphonse, who 
had died after a difficult op¬ 
eration. It had been a bad 
time for Joseph. His son had 
been arrested by the 
Gestapo and was in a con¬ 
centration camp. “Jacques 
was in Buchenwald ... Sud¬ 
denly ... we learnt that he 


was in Weimar and was 
soon to be liberated by the 
Americans—What A Resur¬ 
rection! It was then that I 
began to write the Mass.” It 
will be performed, as writ¬ 
ten, by full choir with organ 
and brass ensemble. 

The solo parts will be sung 
by four young members of 
the University of Exeter 



Chapel Choir. Anna Shar- 
man - Soprano, Olivia Parr 
- Alto, Sam Foster - Tenor, 
Jacob Harrison - Bass. 
Judy Martin, Associate 
Director of Music, will 
conduct. 

Tickets are £15 and £12 
from Archway Books, 
Church St, Axminster, from 
members of the choir or 
phone 01404 881 838. 
For more information 
visit the website at 
www.axminsterchor 
al.co.uk 


RIVIERA DOGS are a seven piece 
band based in South West Eng¬ 
land delivering a polished set of 
quality music. 

They have all performed in 
some of the most popular and 
longest running bands in the area 
but wanted to do something dif¬ 
ferent; to play the music that we 
loved in our teens, to tackle some 
more difficult stuff, and to have a 
good time. 

Not the easy ones, not the obvi¬ 
ous ones, but the ones that will 
make you go “oh, I remember 
this”, and definitely full blown 
rockin' and bopping! 

Riviera Dogs play live at The 
Gateway, Seaton on Saturday, 
April 29th. Doors open 7.30pm, 
with a licensed bar. Tickets are 
£13, available from The Gateway 
Box Office on 01297 625699. 

♦ ♦♦ 

ON THURSDAY, May 11th, The 
Gateway will be streaming Na¬ 
tional Theatre’s performacnce of 
Obsession, starring Jude Law ( The 
Young Pope, Closer, The Talented 
Mr Ripley ). The stage production 
will be broadcast live from the 
Barbican Theatre in London. Ivo 
van Hove (NT Live: A View from 
the Bridge, Hedda Gabler) directs 
this new stage adaptation of 
Luchino Visconti’s 1943 film. 

Gino is a drifter, down-at-heel 
and magnetically handsome. At a 
road side restaurant he encoun¬ 
ters husband and wife, Giuseppe 
and Giovanna. Irresistibly at¬ 


tracted to each other, Gino and 
Giovanna begin a fiery affair and 
plot to murder her husband. But, 
in this chilling tale of passion and 
destruction, the crime only 
serves to tear them apart. 

The stage production of Obses¬ 
sion is produced by Barbican 
Theatre Productions Limited, 
London and Toneelgroep Amster¬ 
dam; co-commissioned by Wiener 
Festwochen and Les Theatres de 
la Ville de Luxembourg; co-pro- 
duced by Holland Festival and 
David Binder Productions; and 
supported by the Embassy of the 
Kingdom of the Netherlands. 

Doors will open on May 11th at 
6.30pm. Tickets are £12.50 in ad¬ 
vance or £15 on the door. 

♦ ♦♦ 

THE GATEWAY will hold a film 
night on Saturday, May 13th, 
showing Collateral Beauty. 

When a successful New York ad¬ 
vertising executive suffers a great 
tragedy he retreats from life. 

While his concerned friends try 
desperately to reconnect with 
him, he seeks answers from the 
universe by writing letters to 
Love, Time and Death. But itis 
not until his notes bring unex¬ 
pected personal responses that he 
begins to understand how these 
constants interlock in a life fully 
lived, and how even the deepest 
loss can reveal moments of mean¬ 
ing and beauty. 

For more details visit the web¬ 
site at seatongateway.co.uk 


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Doors 7.30pm 

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Daily specials available Wednesday - Friday 
11.30 - 2.30 


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Full lunchtime menu and light bites also available 


Sunday Carvery 12pm-3pm 


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Collateral 

Beauty film night 


Saturday 13th May 


Doors 6.30pm 
i Tickets £5 




reductions for seniors and children 


EOXOFHCE 01297 625699 


Dunkeswell Airfield, Honiton, EX14 4LG 
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UNTIL MONDAY MAY 1st 

Sidmouth: Art Exhibition by Peter Coates at 
Kennaway House. 10am-4.30pm daily. Pic¬ 
tures to make you smile! 

TUESDAY APRIL 25th 

Seaton: Cooking For One Demo with HALFF 
(Health and Local Food for Families), 11am- 
1pm. Free healthy cooking demonstrations 
giving hints and ideas for cooking for one and 
covering nutritional advice for type 2 dia¬ 
betes, heart disease, high blood pressure and 
modified diets (eg puree/fork mashable). New 
venue The Marshlands Centre, Harbour Road, 
Seaton, EX12 2LT. No need to book, just turn 
up, it's free. Call Laura on 01297 631782 for 
more information or email laura@halff.org.uk. 
TUESDAY APRIL 25th 
Crewkerne: Computer Drop-in at Henhayes 
Centre - Questions answered and help pro¬ 
vided. 10.00 am to 12 noon, £2/£3. 

Crewkerne: Tuesday Welcome Group at Hen¬ 
hayes Centre. £2.50 incl coffee per session. For 
people 50+ who like to meet other people and 
enjoy a few activities like painting, pottery, 
music, quizzes and occasional bingo. Trans¬ 
port can be arranged (£3.00) and members 
usually stay for a cooked lunch priced at £6.50 
including tea or coffee. Please call 01460 
74340 for further details. 

Crewkerne: Henhayes Knitters at Henhayes 
Centre. Come and enjoy a knit and natter after¬ 
noon and make items for yourself or for sale at 
the Centre. 2 - 4pm. 

WEDNESDAY APRIL 26th 

Seaton: Seaton and District Probus Club. Talk 

by David Duke with advice on legal matters. 

10 am at Seaton Methodist Church small hall. 
The club is open to retired or semi-retired 
men over 55. New members/prospective 
members welcome - come and give us a try. 
Please contact Stephen Lord on 01297 21872 
for more information. 

Seaton: Yoga with a chair 1.30 to 2.30 at the 
Gateway, Fore St. Yoga for EVERYbody £5. All 
welcome. Contact Yvonne 01297 20326 or email 
waite@relaxatseaton.co.uk for more details. 
Colyford: An illustrated talk and exhibits on 
the discovery of The Seaton Down Hoard, 
speaker Thomas Cadbury of RAMM, Exeter. 
Come along and also meet the local man who 
discovered it, and find out more about this 
nationally important find. At Colyford Memo¬ 
rial Hall. Presented by Colyton Parish History 
Society. 7.30pm, Members £1, Non-Members 
£2 refreshments included. 

Uplyme: Uplyme and Lyme Regis Horticultural 
Society monthly talk in Uplyme Village Hall, 
7.30pm. "What to do with an overgrown gar¬ 
den", given by a speaker from the Gardens 
Group - so if the garden has already got away 
this Spring, this may help! There will also be 
the Chairman's Bulb competition - bring along 
a pot of flowering bulbs, or a vase of flowers 
from bulbs, to show how well you have done 
this year. Tea and coffee, plus biscuits, will be 
available to buy - members free, visitors £3. 
Crewkerne: Bingo - Cash prizes - "eyes 
down" at 2.30pm. £5.30 (£4.80 for members) 
for 6 books of 12 games. 

Ilminster: Meditation at the Minster St. Mary's 
Church. 20 minutes of silence. Wed. evening 
7:00p.m. Open to everyone regardless of prior 
experience, faith or beliefs 
Sidmouth: Blundells School Young Musicians 
at Sidholme music Room, Elysian Fields, 7.30- 
8.30pm. Solo instrumental, ensemble, choral, 
piano and organ items. Director of music Dr 
Oliver Leaman. Retiring collection for 
Restoration Fund. 

Seaton: Yoga with a chair 1.30 to 2.30 at the 
Gateway. Fore St. Yoga for EVERYbody £5. All 
welcome. Contact Yvonne 01297 20326 or email 
waite@relaxatseaton.co.uk for more details 

THURSDAY APRIL 27th 

Ilminster: Heritage of the lie Trust Annual 
Meeting at the Shrubbery Hotel, 7.30pm. 

After the short AGM there will be a slide show 
presentation and talk by Robin Gilbert from 
the South West Airfields Trust which will in¬ 
clude when and why Merrifield Aerodrome 
was built and how important it was in WW2. A 
further slideshow and display of old pho¬ 
tographs will continue during the Buffet. The 
cost is £10pp which includes the optional 
buffet (£8) and annual membership of £2. For 
further details please contact Rowland Gar¬ 
land on 0146052673 or Allan White on 
0146053928 

Colyton: English Civil War Costume Evening - 
come along and find out what Colyton towns¬ 
folk will be wearing for the 10th June histori- 


Young at Art 


YOUNG artists, aged from 2 to 
9, are the stars of the latest ex¬ 
hibition at Ilminster Arts Cen¬ 
tre. This is the second time 
that pupils from Greenfylde 
Church of England First 
School have showcased their 
work at the Arts Centre - the 
first time proved so inspira¬ 
tional that they couldn’t wait 
to make it a regular date in the 
school calendar! 

Greenfylde pupils have been 
hard at work preparing for the 
exhibition, which opens on 
Tuesday 2 May, and they are 
looking forward to showing 
artworks in a range of media to 


the local community. 

Art provision at the school 
has received a recent boost 
when Greenfylde won the op¬ 
portunity to take part in train¬ 
ing and workshops with the 
Royal Academy of Arts 
through the National Pupil 
Premium Award. 

Explaining Greenfylde’s art 
philosophy, Headteacher 
Claire Oaten, says, ‘Art brings 
out many skills that children 
can use in other areas of their 
lives, and gives our pupils an 
outlet for their style, emotions 
and personality, as well as 
teaching them resilience to 


keep experimenting until they 
create the finished piece they 
envisaged. 

“Allowing our pupils to share 
their work within the wider 
community shows them how 
much we value their work and 
our belief in them as artists.” 

Claire Oaten thanked the 
Arts Centre for hosting the ex¬ 
hibition, adding ‘We hope that 
many in Ilminster will show 
their support by coming to see 
the exhibition - our pupils are 
proving that the artistic future 
of the town is flourishing in 
their hands.” 

Greenfylde Art Alive 2017 is 
at Ilminster Arts Centre at the 
Meeting House from Tuesday 
2nd to Saturday, May 13th. 
Monday-Friday 9.30am- 
4.30pm, Saturday 9.30am- 
2.30pm. Admission is free. 


Axminster Town FC ) Events 


Saturday 29th April at 7.30pm 

Murder Mystery Night 

Tickets £12.50 including a ploughmans supper 

Friday 12th May at 7.30pm 

Quiz Night 

Teams up to 4 - £3.00 a head 

All entry fees paid out in prize money 

Friday 19th May at 8.00pm 

BINGO 

Saturday 20th May at 7.00pm 

End of Season Presentation Night 

Tickets £10.00 including Buffet & Disco 

Saturday 10th June at 8.00pm 

Justin Daish Musician Extraordinaire 


Further details call 07816 234392 or 07393 189940 

Tiger Way Chard Road Axminster EX13 5HN 


Justin Daish to 
play Henhayes 

THE Henhayes Community Centre in Crewkerne will 
be hosting an evening of entertainment by Justin 
Daish, a professional solo guitarist who will be playing 
songs and instrumentals from across the decades, on 
Friday, April 28th. 

If you like the Shadows you will enjoy this! Justin was 
lead guitarist for the legendary musician Jet Harris before 
Harris’ death in 2011 and has performed with the Shad¬ 
ows’ Bruce Welch and Brian “Licorice” Locking. ‘A re¬ 
markably proficient guitarist’ - Guitar & Bass magazine. 

A supper of Mild Chicken or Vegetarian Curry fol¬ 
lowed by a Raspberry & Lemon Tray Bake will be served 
before the concert. Tickets priced at £18 to include sup¬ 
per or £10 without supper are available from the Hen¬ 
hayes Centre. Tickets must be purchased in advance. 
Supper is at 6.30pm and the concert starts at 7.45pm. 
There will be a licensed bar open from 6.00pm and a raf¬ 
fle. All proceeds will support the work of the Centre. 

lFor further information call the Centre on 01460 
74340 or email henhayescentre@btconnect.com 





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what’s on this week... 




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AYESHA HAZARIKA: THE 
STATE OF THE NATION 

Friday 5th May: 

8.00pm 

£1 4/£l 2 (+£1 on the door) 
Politics, power, and how 
we lost the clot 


OTHELLO 

Monday 15th May: 

1,30pm and 7.30pm 
£12/£11 (+£1 on the door) 
Shakespeare's tragedy 
reinterpreted with inspiration 
from the life and work of 
Jean-Michel Basauiat 


Box Office: Lyme Regis TIC 01297 442138 
or buy online at www.marinetheatre.com 

Please note that a 10% booking fee applies to all online and TIC bookings 


FoSSil Festival 


Thursday 27th - Sunday 30th April 


Friday 28th April: 6.00pm. Free 

A costumed historical presentation by David Sebborn 


coming soon! 


MMmuflj 


MONMOUTH EVENTS PRESENT: 


PARSON PASCHALL’S TALE 


Diary Dates 


cal community event. Costumes, information 
sheets, advice - all welcome. 6-8 pm at Sun¬ 
day School, St Andrews Church in Colyton. 
More Information - 01297 552626 
Honiton: Honiton Probus Club. A talk by 
Christine Wallach B.sc an experienced 
speaker recently moved to the South West. 
1130 for 1200 at The Heathfield Inn. The Honi¬ 
ton Probus Club is open to retired or semi-re¬ 
tired men. New members/prospective 
members welcome - come and give us a try. 
Please contact Mike Underdown on 01404 
234195 for more information. 

Crewkerne: Over 50s Keep Fit at Henhayes 
Centre - 10.00am to 11.00am. £2.50 for 
members/ £3.50 for non-members 
Crewkerne: Physio Fit at Henhayes Centre - 

10.30 am to 11.45 am. £2.00 for members/ 
£3.00 for non- members. 

Crewkerne: Short Mat Bowls at Henhayes 
Centre. 2 - 4.30pm. New members wel¬ 
come, come and give it a try 

FRIDAY APRIL 28th 
Seaton: Free Cooking Demonstrations For 
Heart & Diabetes with HALFF (Health and Local 
Food for Families). 10.30-12.30. Free healthy 
cooking demonstrations giving hints and ideas 
for cooking and covering nutritional advice for 
people with, or at risk of, type 2 diabetes, heart 
disease and high blood pressure. New venue 
The Marshlands Centre, Harbour Road, 

Seaton, EX12 2LT. No need to book, just turn 
up, it's free. Chat, learn, eat. Call Hannah on 
01297 631782 for more information, email han- 
nah@halff.org.uk or go to www.halff.org.uk. 
Crewkerne: Sequence Dancing at the Victoria 
Hall, 1.45-4pm. Tea and biscuits. Raffle. £2 per 
person. For more details call 01935 415520 or 
01308 862866. 

Tatworth: Film: A United Kingdom' (cert 12a). 
At Tatworth Memorial Hall. Doors 7.15pm, film 
8pm. Organised by T&F Movies. For more de¬ 
tails call 01460 220339. 

Ilminster: Somerset Wildlife Trust Ilminster/ 
Chard group:- "A year in the life of the RSPCA 
Wildlife and Rehabilitation Centre at West 
Hatch".Arminel Scott a Wildlife Supervisor at 
the centre will give an overview of the 
species, average numbers of annual admis¬ 
sions, seasonal orphans, their support and re¬ 
leases. RSPCA West Hatch is the country's 
specialist oiled bird rehabilitation centre. 
7.30pm Parish Hall, North St, TA19 ODG. Mem¬ 
bers £2, non-members £3, no charge for chil¬ 
dren. Refreshements available.The meeting 
will be followed by a short AGM 
Crewkerne: Concert at Henhayes Centre with 
Justin Daish on Guitar. Bar open 6pm. Supper 
at 6.30pm & Concert £18, Concert only at 
7.45pm £10. Supper must be pre-booked. 
Honiton: Hospiscare Bingo Evening. Mackar- 
ness Hall, Honiton. Doors open 6.45pm, Eyes 
down 7.30pm. Refreshments & Raffle. 
Crewkerne: Live music from Silverback, play¬ 
ing rock covers. 9 til late. At The George Hotel. 
Ottery St Mary: Live Wise Age Well Sessions, 
free for the over 50s. Six week course, 10.30- 

12.30 at The Station, Mill Street. Call 01404 
813041 to book. 

SATURDAY APRIL 29th 
South Petherton: Thai Supper Club from 
6.30pm. Frogmary Green Farm, South Pether¬ 
ton, TA13 5DJ. For more information please 
phone 01460 242775 or visit our website 
www.frogmarygreenfarm.co.uk 
Crewkerne: Breakfast/Brunch at Henhayes 
Centre, 10 - 12noon (last order 11.30am) Basic 
breakfast £4.00, extras available at 50p each. 
Everyone welcome, no need to pre-book. 

Lyme Regis: Local Crafts and Collectables at the 
Baptist Church Hall, Silver Street. From 
10.30am. Free admission. Well behaved dogs 
on leads welcome. Supporting FORCE Cancer 
Charity. For more details call 01297 445232. 
Axminster: Disco at Axminster Guildhall, 8pm 
til midnight. Entry £10 per person. 

Honiton: Hospiscare Bargain Sale, 9am-12 
noon. Mackarness Hall, Honiton. Homemade 
refreshments served. 

Axminster: The Axminster and District Choral 
Society presents Rutter's Gloria and Jongen's 
Mass Opus 130 at The Minster Church, Trinity 
Square, Axminster EX13 5AQ, at 7.30pm 
Merriott: Bingo in aid of Asthma UK at Merriott 
Social Club, eyes down 7.30pm. All welcome. 


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SATURDAY APRIL 29th 
Axminster: World Tai Chi Day Event at Wey- 
croft Bridge B&B, Weycroft, EX13 7LN 10 to 12 
noon. This is a charity event supporting 
Macmillan Cancer Support. An opportunity to 
discover some of the health benefits that tai 
chi has to offer in a relaxing setting in our 
riverside garden. We are also running a coffee 
morning with homemade cakes and an op¬ 
portunity to explore our very private stretch 
of the river where we have an abundance of 
kingfishers and a family of four otters fre¬ 
quenting our river garden. 

SUNDAY APRIL 30th 
Colyton: Axe Vale Point to Point Race Day 
with pony races at mid day followed by horse 
racing at 1.30pm. A great family day out, food 
& beer tents, stalls, on course betting. £10pp 
or £25 per car. Stafford Cross (nr Seaton) on 
A3052 EX24 6HZ 

Sidmouth: Sid Vale Folk with Leader Tess Bis¬ 
son. Choir and instrumental items. At Sidholme 
Music Room, Elysian Fields, 3.30-4.30pm. Re¬ 
tiring collection for Restoration Fund. 

MONDAY MAY 1st 

Seaton: Seaton & District Memory Cafe, first 
Monday every month at Seaton Methodist 
Church (EX12 2ST) 2-4pm. For more details call 
07827 813776. 

Seaton: Seaton Royal British Legion Street Mar¬ 
ket on the seafront. 

Axmouth: May Day Celebration at Combe 
Farm, Axmouth EX12 4AU from 2-5pm 
Dance round the Maypole with live music, sing 
in the Spring, walk the Spiral amid the apple 
blossom, enjoy Storytelling & Face Painting, 
visit our Community Woodland Orchard, ex¬ 
plore the library in the Sanctuary, buy some 
second-hand books, receive some healing and 
of course enjoy our wonderful teas, cakes and 
the famous nettle scones! Entrance £1, children 
free. Contact Christina Bows on 01297 23822 
for further information or visit 
thespiralcentre.wordpress.com 
Crewkerne: Short Mat Bowls at Henhayes Cen¬ 
tre. 7 - 9.30pm. New members welcome, come 
and give it a try. 

TUESDAY MAY 2nd 

Chard: Chard Camera Club will be away at 
Mid Somerset in an inter club competition of 
Digitally Projected Images. 

Crewkerne: Computer Drop-in at Henhayes 
Centre - Questions answered and help pro¬ 
vided. 10.00 am to 12 noon, £2/£3. 

Crewkerne: Tuesday Welcome Group at Hen¬ 
hayes Centre. £2.50 incl coffee per session. For 
people 50+ who like to meet other people and 
enjoy a few activities like painting, pottery, 
music, quizzes and occasional bingo. Trans¬ 
port can be arranged (£3.00) and members 
usually stay for a cooked lunch priced at £6.50 
including tea or coffee. Please call 01460 
74340 for further details. 

Crewkerne: Henhayes Knitters at Henhayes 
Centre. Come and enjoy a knit and natter after¬ 
noon and make items for yourself or for sale at 
the Centre. 2 - 4pm. 

Chard: Chard Ladies' Evening Guild will wel¬ 
come local woodturner. Bob Selway, to its 
next meeting at Manor Court School, Chard. 
Mr. Selway will demonstrate woodturning and 
generously donate the finished piece of work 
to towards the guild's raffle. All are welcome 
to join us at 7pm. 

WEDNESDAY MAY 3rd 
Seaton: Jurassic Folk and Jam Club at Eyre 
Court, 2 Queen Street, 8-10.30pm. Music and 
song for all to enjoy. Free admission for musi¬ 
cians, singers and spectators. For more de¬ 
tails call 01404 46451 or 5403, or visit 
www.jurassicfolkandjam.com 
Colyton: Colyton, Colyford & District Memory 
Cafe St John Hall, King Street 2pm to 4pm 
Ilminster: Meditation and Speaker: Rev. Nigel 
Done. 'My recent Journey to India: Places of 
spiritual enlightenment, unique wildlife and 
the beauty that is Kerala'. Visual presentation 
including personal paintings, photographs, 
and sketches. At St Mary's Church, 7pm. 
Clapton: Clapton & Wayford Village Hall - 
sew, knit & natter, 10.30am. All welcome; de¬ 
tails from Jill (01460 72837) 

Seaton: Yoga with a chair 1.30 to 2.30 at the 
Gateway, Fore St. Yoga for EVERYbody £5. All 
welcome. Contact Yvonne 01297 20326 or email 
waite@relaxatseaton.co.uk for more details 
Kilmington: "A Street Cat Named Bob (12a)" 
2017 The true story of a busker who had his 
life transformed by a stray cat. Kilmington Vil¬ 
lage Hall, doors and bar open (wine & soft 


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Serving morning coffee 
& afternoon teas. 

Open Friday - Sunday 11 am -5pm 
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Call Jo 07596 715203 
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Colyton, Colyford and District Memory Cafe 
St John Hall King Street Colyton 
The first Wednesday of each month 2 - 4pm 

If you, a friend or a loved one is suffering from memory loss or has 
been diagnosed with early dementia we offer an afternoon of 
friendship and support for you and your carer. 

Our volunteers are available to carers for a quiet chat and can 
provide information, leaflets and signposting advice. We also aim to 
have regular visits from health professionals. 

Why not come along to share opportunities with others to 
reminisce and enjoy some music, talks and quizzes, or just come 
along for a cup of tea and some cake! 

We welcome friends from all the surrounding villages. 

Some parking is available plus a large drop off point 

For more information, ring Sue on 01297 599477 


The Henhayes 
Community Centre 
in Crewkerne 

Open to all 5 days a week 

for lunch, tea or coffee 9am to 4.30pm 
and Saturday mornings 
for coffee or tea and cakes 
from 10am to 12 noon 
Licensed premises 
The Centre can also be hired 

LOOK WHAT’S ON 


Justin Daish 

Wizard on the Guitar 
Friday 28 th April 

Bar open 6pm. Supper (at 6.30pm) 
and Concert (at 7.45pm) £18.00 
Concert only £10.00 
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Saturday Breakfast 

29th April at 10 - 12noon 

Last order 11.30pm 
Basic Breakfast £4, extras 50p each 

Everyone Welcome 


The Henhayes Community Centre, 
South Street Car Park, Crewkerne 
Tel: 01460 74340 
www.henhayes.co.uk 



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Until 29 April 

Last chance to see. 

ALAN BARNES & JULIAN STRINGLE 
Friday 28 April 8pm 

Classic jazz, plus the Craig Milverton Trio. 
Tickets £18 (pre-show supper £14 at 7pm, must be 
pre-booked). 

GREENFYLDE ART ALIVE 
Tues 2 - Sat 13 May 

Work in a range of media by the pupils of 
Greenfylde Church of England First School. 


Box Office: 01460 54973 
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Open Mon-Fri 9.30-4.30, Sat 9.30-2.30 


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Every Sunday 1-4pm 
Plus Bank Holiday 
Monday 1st May 

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

£8 for as much room as required. 

No Dogs allowed on site 
Strictly no helpers or buyers before 1pm 
Car parking £1 

No need to book, gates open to sellers 11am 

For further information tel: 

07511195858 or 07979 845914 


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drinks) at 6.45 Film starting 7.15pm. For more 
details or advance booking see the village 
web site Kilmingtonvillage.com/moviola.html 
or phone 01297 32335. Tickets £5 booked in 
advance or £5.50 on the door. 

Crewkerne: Bingo - Cash prizes - "eyes 
down" at 2.30pm. £5.30 (£4.80 for members) 
for 6 books of 12 games. 

WEDNESDAY MAY 3rd - SATURDAY MAY 6th 
Crewkerne: CUDOS presents Bazaar & Rum¬ 
mage by Sue Townsend, a comedy drama 
from 3rd - 6th May 2017 at 7.30 pm in Victoria 
Hall, Crewkerne, by kind permission of 
Samuel French. Tickets cost £7, £6 conces¬ 
sions available now on www.cudos.org.uk or 
01460 74380. This is an adult production and 
not suitable for children. 

THURSDAY MAY 4th 

Chard: Straightforward, welcoming, and free 
relaxation and meditation sessions in Eleos 
Coffe Shop, Chard. First Thursdays April to 
September, 7pm-9.15pm. 
Facebook.com/stompyrelaxation. Email: 
stompy@cheerful.com. 

Chard: Chard Camera Club will be holding 
Tuition evening on Portraiture for members 
not fully up on portraiture in a hope to help 
them improve their knowledge of the subject. 
Axminster: Music at the Minster: Lunchtime 
concert. Clive Smith and his Jazz Quartet. At 
the Minster, 12.30pm. Lunch at 1.05pm. For 
more details call 01297 32927. Donations to¬ 
wards the upkeep of the church. 

Crewkerne: Over 50s Keep Fit at Henhayes 
Centre - 10.00am to 11.00am. £2.50 for 
members/ £3.50 for non-members 
Crewkerne: Physio Fit at Henhayes Centre - 
10.30 am to 11.45 am. £2.00 for members/ 
£3.00 for non- members. 

Crewkerne: Short Mat Bowls at Henhayes 
Centre. 2 - 4.30pm. New members wel¬ 
come, come and give it a try 

FRIDAY MAY 5th 

Crewkerne: Sequence Dancing at the Victoria 
Hall, 1.45-4pm. Tea and biscuits. Raffle. £2 per 
person. For more details call 01935 415520 or 
01308 862866. 

SATURDAY MAY 6th 
Sidmouth: Dancing with the Dancing Duo 
Henry & Jeannie. Theme 'Lilactime', at Stow- 
ford Centre (A3052). 8-11pm. Free parking. 
Bring your own snacks. Tea/coffee and bis¬ 
cuits provided. Pay on the door £6. 

EastChinnock: Cambridge Voices - Light 
Blue. Friends of St Marys Church fundraising 
concert in the church, starting 7.30pm. Tick¬ 
ets are £10 including a glass of wine, and 
more details available by calling 01935 
864408. 

Seaton: Walk Seaton Labyrinth on World 
Labyrinth Day at 12.30pm at Cliff Field Gar¬ 
dens, Seaton EX12 2PH. Take steps for peace 
and be part of a global walk to 'Walk as One 
at 1" in the afternoon, joining others around 
the world to create a wave of peaceful energy 
washing across the time zones. Contact 
Christina Bows on 01297 23822 for further in¬ 
formation or visit 
thespiralcentre.wordpress.com 
Seaton: Seaton and Axmouth branch of Can¬ 
cer Research UK a Jumble Sale at The Gate¬ 
way, Seaton Town Hall. Doors at 10.00 am. 
Entrance 30p, children under 14 free. Raffle, 
books, jewellery, clothes, bric-a-brac, linens, 
cakes and refreshments. For more details call 
01297 23217 

Donyatt: Fun dog show at Donyatt bowling 
club from 2:30pm, in aid of One plus one car¬ 
nival club. 10 fun classes to enter at £1 per 
class. All well behaved dogs on leads wel¬ 
come. Many prizes and rosettes to be won in¬ 
cluding best in show. No registration just turn 
up on the day. 

Merriott: Merriott's Charity Monthly Market 
at Merriott Social Club, open at 10am until 
1pm, over 20 stalls, more info call Lola on 
07885424588. 

Merriott: Bingo in aid of Breast Cancer at 
Merriott Social Club, eyes down 7.30pm. All 
welcome. 

Dunkeswell: Charity Event at Dunkeswell 
Bowls Club and Annual Open Day. Charity 
breakfast in Throgmorton Hall, 9pm onwards. 
£5 for full English breakfast to include toast 
and tea or coffee. Open day from 1.30pm - in¬ 
formal clothing and flat shoes. 

MONDAY MAY 8th 

Crewkerne: Short Mat Bowls at Henhayes Cen¬ 
tre. 7 - 9.30pm. New members welcome, come 
and give it a try. 






































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lav, April 25th 2017 35 


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ON THE SHOWBIZ BEAT 


A fond farewell to 


Broadchurch at 


Bridport screening 


WHEN I tell people that I 
live in Lyme Regis but 
spend part of my week 
working in London, I 
think most assume I lead 
a bit of a charmed life. I'm 
not going to say it isn't 
brilliant, but what people 
don't quite understand is 
that I’m not even a bit af¬ 
fluent and I don't actually 
own a property in either 
place. 

When I'm in London I 
lodge in some of the 
dodgiest places you could 
ever find and when I'm in 
Lyme - like hundreds of 


other locals- I privately 
rent. Sadly - as local coun¬ 
cillor Cheryl Reynolds 
quite rightly stated at a 
meeting last week - that 
means my housing status 
is not secure. 

It’s a fact that was made 
brutally evident last 
week when I was served 
with notice on my house 
giving me just eight 
weeks to find somewhere 
for my family to live. 

It's a predicament 
countless local families 
find themselves in and 
with low wages and high 


house prices, many are 
forced to leave the area. 

My grandmother was 
born in Hay Lane in 1913 
and although I haven't 
lived in the town for my 
whole life, I feel like I can 
call myself a local and 
would very much like to 
be able to stay. 

Anyway, with all of the 
personal upheaval I de¬ 
cided to take the week off 
and so my show biz en¬ 
gagements were fewer 
but I did pop along to the 
final screening of Broad¬ 
church at the Electric 



I Nicky Sweetland and comedian Pam Ann 


Palace in Bridport and it 
was a real occasion. 

We were treated to the 
first showing of a docu¬ 
mentary about the show 
before the last pro¬ 
gramme was broadcast. 



Cast members Julie Hes- 
mondhalgh, Andrew 
Buchan and Arthur 
Darvill joined writer 
Chris Chibnall for a post¬ 
show Q and A, which was 
entertaining partly due 
to the questions, which 
were asked by the Brid¬ 
port audience. At one 
point a well-known Brid¬ 
port local commandeered 
the microphone and 
didn’t look as if she was 
going to give it up with¬ 
out a fight. 

I did also pop up to Lon¬ 
don to see a few shows 
and was cheered up by 
some of my favourite 
stage spectaculars in par¬ 
ticular Kinky Boots, 
which never fails to raise 
a smile. 

I also howled with 
laughter at the stand up 
comedian Pam Ann, 
whose irreverent mus- 
ings were just what I 


needed to help stave off 
my woeful feelings of im¬ 
pending doom. 

I also did interviews 
with a few lovely chaps 
including former Easten- 
ders star Neil McDermot 
(who will soon be star¬ 
ring in The Wind in the 
Willows at the London 
Palladium) and Michael 
Xavier, who’s currently 
appearing opposite Glenn 
Close in Sunset Boule¬ 
vard on Broadway. 

Next week I’m off to the 
Lyric Hammersmith to 
see a play called City of 
Glass and then to The 
Vaults at Waterloo to 
take part in some immer¬ 
sive theatre. I’ll be sub¬ 
mersing myself into 
Alice’s Adventures Under¬ 
ground, which looks like 
it’s gong to be a real treat. 
With so many theatres to 
visit, who needs a house 
anyway? 


■ Margery Hookings, who hosted the Q and A, Julie Hesmondhalgh, writer Chris Chibnall, executive producer Jane Feather- 
stone, Andrew Buchan and Arthur Darvill. Photo by James Dawson 


You can read all of my reviews 
and interviews on our websites 
londonnewsonline.co.uk and 
viewnews.co.uk or you can 
follow me on Twitter for regular 
updates @NickySweetland 



















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Jeremy Smith, Partner of 
Symonds & Sampson has just 
brought to the market what he 
feels is one of the best bungalows 
in the area. Jeremy commented, 
such properties very rarely 
arise. 

This particular home has been 
beautifully extended and mod¬ 
ernised and lies on the outskirts 
of Beaminster. There are good 
size lawned gardens and a real 
feature is the detached lodge 
with annexe over which could 
provide either secondary accom¬ 
modation or a supplementary in¬ 
come. 

There is parking possibly for 15 
- 20 vehicles and further benefits 
from Upvc double glazing, oil- 
fired central heating and early 
viewing is essential. 

The accommodation comprises 
a large reception hall leading to 


the super dual aspect sitting 
room with French doors to the 
garden, the kitchen/dining room 
is absolutely fantastic being a 
very good size, triple aspect with 
a lovely vaulted beamed ceiling 
and a number of fitted appli¬ 
ances. There are three double 
bedrooms which are all dual as¬ 
pect and an en-suite 
bath/shower room to the master, 
there is also a family bathroom. 

The gardens as previously 
mentioned are also a particu¬ 
larly good size laid predomi¬ 
nantly to lawn with a number of 
mature trees including conifer 
and copper beech hedging. 

Symonds & Sampson are quot¬ 
ing an asking price of £695,000 
for the freehold and early view¬ 
ing is advised. Please call us on 
01308 863100 for an appointment 
to view. 






BEAMINSTER'S JEREMY SMITH RUNS THE 
YEOVIL HALF MARATHON FOR SANDS CHARITY 


Jeremy Smith, Partner of Symonds & 
Sampson has just brought to the mar¬ 
ket what he feels is one of the best bun¬ 
galows in the area. Jeremy 
commented, such properties very 
rarely arise. 

This particular home has been beau¬ 
tifully extended and modernised and 
lies on the outskirts of Beaminster. 
There are good size lawned gardens 
and a real feature is the detached lodge 
with annexe over which could provide 
either secondary accommodation or a 
supplementary income. 

There is parking possibly for 15 - 20 
vehicles and further benefits from 
Upvc double glazing, oil-fired central 
heating and early viewing is essential. 

The accommodation comprises a 
large reception hall leading to the 
super dual aspect sitting room with 


French doors to the garden, the 
kitchen/dining room is absolutely fan¬ 
tastic being a very good size, triple as¬ 
pect with a lovely vaulted beamed 
ceiling and a number of fitted appli¬ 
ances. There are three double bed¬ 
rooms which are all dual aspect and an 
en-suite bath/shower room to the mas¬ 
ter, there is also a family bathroom. 

The gardens as previously men¬ 
tioned are also a particularly good size 
laid predominantly to lawn with a 
number of mature trees including 
conifer and copper beech hedging. 

Symonds & Sampson are quoting an 
asking price of £695,000 for the free¬ 
hold and early viewing is advised. 
Please call us on 01308 863100 for an ap¬ 
pointment to view. 


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Celebrating 40 Years 


1977 - 2017 




Attractive 2 Bedroom 
Semi-Detached 
Bungalow. £215,000 

A spacious two bedroom 
semi-detached bungalow 
located in a convenient 
level position for the town 
centre and seafront. 
EPC rating TBC. 



Seaton, 3 Bedroom 
Semi Detached 
Home. £240,000 

An attractive three bedroom 
semi-detached house 
benefiting from a most 
pleasing aspect with views 
over the cricket fields to the 
hills beyond the Axe Valley. 
Enclosed gardens, garage 
and parking. EPC rating C. 



Beer, Stunning 3/4 
Bedroom Detached 
House. £575,000 

A truly exceptional three/four 
bedroom chalet style home 
with breath-taking views over 
the cliffs, village and Lyme 
Bay in delightful gardens. 
EPC rating C. 



Colyton, A Superb 
3 Bedroom Bungalow. 

£375,000 

A beautifully presented 
three bedroomed renovated 
bungalow with lovely outward 
views, landscaped gardens, 
garage and parking. 

EPC rating TBC. 



Beer, Appealing 3 
Bedroom Chalet Style 
Home. £375,000 

An attractive three bedroom 
chalet style home in an 
elevated position with 
outstanding panoramic views 
over the village, Heritage 
Coast and Lyme Bay. 
Gardens, garage and 
parking. EPC rating F. 



Seaton, 4 Bedroom Detached House. £290,000 

A most attractive and beautifully presented four bedroom 
detached house located in a very convenient position for the 
town centre and sea front. Enclosed garden to the rear, 
garage with additional on-site parking. EPC rating C. 


Kilmington, 2/3 Bedroom Period Cottage. £320,000 

A delightful and most appealing two/three bedroom 
cottage period cottage in an idyllic location close to the 
village centre of with appealing outward rural views. 
Landscaped gardens, garage and onsite parking. EPC rating F. 



Seaton, Attractive 5 Bedroom Family House. £650,000 

An attractive and very substantial five bedroom family house 

located on one of the premier roads in Seaton with outstanding 
views over Lyme Bay. Gardens. Double Garage. EPC rating D. 



Beer, Attractive 4 Bedroom Detached House. £489,000 

An attractive and spacious 4 bedroom detached home located on a 
corner plot with delightful panoramic views sweeping round from Lyme 
Bay and the Heritage Coast. Landscaped gardens, onsite parking and 
an attached garage/workshop. No onward chain. EPC rating D. 



Beer, Substantial Shop and Spacious Flat. £450,000 

A substantial commercial freehold property at the heart of 
the village, comprising a spacious shop unit with a large three 
bedroomed owners flat above. Shop EPC rating E, Flat EPC rating F. 



Seaton, Detached 2/3 Bedroom House. £895 pern 

Avery spacious two/three bedroom chalet style home located 
in a quiet cul-de-sac with parking, garage and easily maintained 
gardens. EPC rating TBC. Long term let. Fees apply. 


49 Queen Street, 
Seaton, EX12 2RB 
01297 20290 


Residential Sales & Lettings 
www.j ohn wood .co .uk 


Market Place, 
Colyton EX24 6JR 
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ORGAN 


01297 33375 


ORK 


ESTATE 

AGENTS 


St George’s, Victoria Place, Axminster, Devon 
EX13 5NQ 


APRIL COTTAGE - £169,950 


Two Bedrooms | Semi-Detached Cottage | Close To Town Centre | Period 
Features | Sympathetically Extended | Gas Fired Central Heating 


WOODBURY PARK - £175,000 


CWB . 


Three Bedrooms | Semi-Detached House | Good Cul-De-Sac Location 
Elevated Position | Own Off Street Parking 


CHURCHILL RISE - £269,950 


Three Bedrooms | Detached House | Built in 2015 | Kitchen/Diner 
with Integrated Appliances | Bay Window in Lounge | Master 
Bedroom with En-Suite | Garage Included 


FLAT 8, ST GEORGES - £98,000 


Founded on 

Email: MYestagent@aol.com succes s & built on 

Fax: 01297 35288 recommendations 


BROADWAY COTTAGES - £169,950 


Two Double Bedrooms | Cottage | Edge of Axminster Location | Outstanding 
Countryside Views | Quiet Location | Potential Third Bedroom 


HOLME LEA, KILMINGTON - £260,000 


Two Bedrooms | Detached Bungalow | Requires Some Modernisation | Adjoins 
Open Countryside | Large Garden | Driveway and Garage 


FOXHILL-£225,000 


Four Bedrooms | Terraced House | Spacious Accommodation | Range of 
Outbuildings | Double Parking Space | EDDC Restriction 


JEFFS WAY 




One Bedroom | Apartment | Ideal Investment Opportunity 
Can Include Furniture | Communal Courtyard 


mu 


Three Bedrooms | Detached Bungalow | Well Presented | Garage 


BARN END, CASTLE HILL 


Three Bedrooms | Cottage | Town Location | South Facing 
Garden | Stone Outbuilding 


THE CRICKETERS - £169,950 


Three Bedrooms | Semi-Detached House | Ample Off Road 
Parking | Conservatory | Rear Garden 


SHAND PARK-£99,950 




One Bedroom | First Floor Flat | Close to AxminsterTown Centre | Modern 
Kitchen | Gas Fired Central Heating | Allocated Parking Space 


PLOT 96, DUKES WAY - £299,950 


Five Bedrooms | Detached House | Three Storey ] Detached 
Double Garage | Two Reception Rooms 


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_ FORTNAM _ 

SMITHS BANWELL 


Charmouth - 01297 560945 
Lyme Regis - 01297 445666 
Seaton - 01297 23939 
Rentals - 01297 21120 


CHARMOUTH £299,995 


LYME REGIS £550,000 




Three/four bed mid terrace house in a quiet cul de sac with the centre of the village. 
*Three bathrooms (one en suite)* Fitted Kitchen* South facing Kitchen/diner* 
Parking* Patio garden* Small Conservatory EPC band TBC. 

CHARMOUTH £415,000 




Three bedroom house with integral garage & garden in a quiet cul de sac 
*Easy walk to beach & shops* extensively refurbished to a high standard 
throughout* viewing essential to appreciate fully. EPC band C. 


For more information call 01297 560945 




SEATON £285,000 






Well presented, detached two bedroom bungalow with 
outstanding panoramic views across the Estuary, 
Axe Cliff and towards the Sea. EPC rating D. 

SEATON £375,000 





Substantial, 7 bedroom, Victorian former Guest House, 
situated in a central location within easy reach of both seafront 
and town with enclosed rear courtyard garden. EPC rating D. 


For more information call 01297 23939 







An individual three bedroom cottage style property situated 
on the western side of the town of Lyme Regis with views 
of the sea and West Dorset Coastline. EPC Band D. 

TRINITY HILL £265,000 




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Bk&o 4 * 




A light and spacious two bedroom apartment situated in 
a tranquil woodland setting with its own private 
garden, garage and parking. EPC Band G. 


For more information call 01297 445666 


BRANSCOMBE £585 PCM 




Charming 2 bedroom unfurnished, terraced 
| cottage in sought after village of Branscombe. 
Property consists of: Open plan kitchen/living 
room with wood burning stove, bathroom, 
NSH & small garden. Situated within 10 
minutes walking distance of the beach. 
EPC Rating E. Tenant fees apply. 

AXMINSTER £725 PCM 




A spacious 2 bedroom maisonette in Lyme 
Regis town centre. The property consists of: 
Large living room with feature bay window, 
spacious kitchen/diner, 2 bedrooms & family 
bathroom. EPC rating F. Tenant fees apply. 

COLYTON £475 PCM 



A3 bedroom semi-detached house comprising: | 
Lounge with fitted gas fire, Kitchen, Utility Room, 
Cloakroom, 3 Bedrooms, all with built-in 
|cupboards, Bathroom, GFCH, Garage with power| 
& light, Front & rear gardens. Children & pets 
considered. EPC Rating D. Tenant fees apply. 



2 bedroom ground floor flat in converted 
house. Property comprises of good size 
lounge with wood burner, kitchen, bathroom, 
one double bedroom, one small single 
| bedroom. Electric heating & 1 parking space. 
EPC Rating F. Tenant fees apply. 


For more information call 01297 21120 


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MAYFAIR 

TOWN & COUNTRY 




BARN STREET CREWERNE 


£1 14,500 DAIRY COURT CREWKERNE 


£129,950 


Tucked Away | Character Cottage 

Sitting Room | Kitchen | Bedroom | Bathroom 

Lovely Garden |No Chain | Viewing Advised 


If your after views look no further | Recently Decorated 
Two Bedrooms | Character Features 
No Chain 


Mayfair Crewkerne 

V 01460 74200 ISI crewkerne@mayfairproperties.net 


Mayfair Crewkerne 

01460 74200 El crewkerne@mayfairproperties.net 








LYME ROAD CREWKERNE 


O.I.E.O £159,950 

MIDDLE STREET MISTERTON 

£225,000 

Deceptively Spacious Character Cottage Sitting/Dining Room Kitchen 

Rear Utility/Cloakroom | Three Bedrooms | En-Suite 

Bathroom Long Rear Garden Roadside Parking Viewing Advised 



Detached Needing Updating | Sitting Room 

Dining Room | Kitchen | Rear Lean-To | WC 

Three Bedrooms Bathroom | Garage | Gardens 


Mayfair Crewkerne 

01460 74200 E crewkerne@mayfairproperties.net 



Mayfair Crewkerne 

T> 01460 74200 E crewkerne@mayfairproperties.net 



BOWER HINTON £ 152,500 


Character Cottage | Sitting Room | Kitchen/Dining Room 
Rear Lean-to | Two Bedrooms | Wet Room 
Long Rear Garden | No Chain 

Mayfair Crewkerne 

01460 74200 E crewkerne@mayfairproperties.net 



NORTHBURN, STOCKLINCH £450,000 


Updated and Improved | Detached Bungalow | Lovely Plot | Master 
En-Suite | Two Further Bedrooms | Double Garage | Further 
GarageAA/orkshop | Ample Parking | No Chain | Viewing Advised 

Mayfair Crewkerne 

01460 74200 E crewkerne@mayfairproperties.net 





WEST STREET HINTON ST GEORGE £325,000 


Lovely Character Cottage | Popular Village | Three Bedrooms 
Three Reception Rooms | Lovely Rear Garden | Possible Barn/Garage 
Available Viewing Advised 

Mayfair Crewkerne 

01460 74200 E crewkerne@mayfairproperties.net 


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ILMINSTER 

CREWKERNE 

BEAMINSTER 

DORCHESTER 

01460 55155 

01460 74200 

01308 862606 

01305 269200 


WANTED 

More properties for waiting 
applicants contact us for 
a free market appraisal 



THE ANTELOPE, NORTH STREET £550 PCM 


A well presented converted 2 bedroom apartment 
Vaulted Ceilings | Fully Fitted Kitchen with Island 
2 Double Bedrooms | Utility Room | Shower Room 

Mayfair Crewkerne 

01460 74200 ISI crewkerne@mayfairproperties.net 



VINE HOUSE, STURMINSTER NEWTON £2250 PCM 


Substanial Building Located In Sturminster Newton | 6 Double Bedrooms | 4 Reception Rooms | Self Contained Annexe 
Entrance Lobby | Drawing Room With Open Fireplace | Dining Room | Sitting Room With Fireplace 
Family Room | Fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room | Utility Room | Pantry Garden | Garage And Parking 

Mayfair Crewkerne 

01460 74200 El crewkerne@mayfairproperties.net 



FAIRFIELD, BEAMINSTER £825 PCM 


Spacious 3 Bedroom House | Newly Renovated 
3 Bedrooms | Conservatory | Attic Room With En-Suite 
Parking | Garden 

Mayfair Crewkerne 

01460 74200 El crewkerne@mayfairproperties.net 



2 THE OLD MILL HOUSE £650 PCM 


Querky 2 Bedroom Semi Detached House 
Close To Local Amenities | 2 Double Bedrooms 
Off Street Parking | Dimplex Heating 

Mayfair Crewkerne 

01460 74200 E crewkerne@mayfairproperties.net 



WEST STREET CREWKERNE £550 PCM 


A Quaint 2 Double Bedroom Mid Terraced Property Located in The Heat 
Of Crewkerne | Lounge | Kitchen | Utility Room | 2 Double Bedrooms 
Bathroom | Gas Central Heated 

Mayfair Crewkerne 

01460 74200 E crewkerne@mayfairproperties.net 



CASTLE MEWS, CREWKERNE £450 PCM 

This Gorgeous One Bedroom End Of Terrace House Benefits From 
Electric Heating And Double Glazing | Fully Fitted Kitchen 
One Double Bedroom | Bathroom | Shared Outside Space 


Mayfair Crewkerne 

01460 74200 E crewkerne@mayfairproperties.net 


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Ryalls Court, Seaton - 
£525,000 

A characterful, spacious village house | Four double bedrooms | Living room 
and separate dining room | Highly convenient, central yet tucked away 
location | Gas central heating | Characterful, refitted kitchen | Excellent level 
of presentation throughout | Enclosed level, rear garden | Ideal holiday let, 
2nd home or family residence | NO ONWARD CHAIN | EPC: E 


Cross Street, Seaton | 01297 22 224 

M E 






Wychall Orchard, Seaton £159,950 

A well presented ground floor flat | Two bedrooms 
Kitchen | Living room | Bathroom with separate WC 
Double glazed throughout | Benefiting from gas central 
heating | Attractive rear south facing garden | Garage and 
parking space | EPC: D 


COMING SOON... 

A two bedroom link-detached 
bungalow located within easy 
walking distance of the town centre. 


To find out more information or to 
arrange a viewing, please call/email 
Pennys - 01297 22224 
or seaton@pennys.net 




Homebaye House, Seaton £69,950 

First floor apartment | One double bedroom | Open plan 
living | Sealed unit double glazing | Electric heating 
Electric heating | Communal gardens & parking area 
(unallocated) | Highly convenient position on sea front & close 
to town | Sea Views | NO ONWARD CHAIN | EPC: TBC 




Berry Hill, Beer £380,000 

A substantial detached, modern house | Highly convenient, 
desirable location | Four bedrooms-master with en-suite | Living 
room, dining room & study | Family shower room and ground floor 
cloakroom | Spacious, well appointed kitchen/breakfast rooms 
Gas central heating & sealed unit double glazing | Driveway and 
parking | Attractive surrounding gardens including detached 'folly' 
Attractive surrounding gardens including detached 'folly' | Triple 
sized garage with excellent potential STPP | EPC: C 




Harepath Road, Seaton £340,000 

Interesting development opportunity | Two bedroom chalet 
style property | Further one bedroom flat | Also includes a 
development site with planning approved | Popular location 
towards the edge of town | Good scope for further 
development subject to PP | Chalet benefits from parking & 
garden | Easy access to town & beach | Would suit developer 
or builder | To be sold as one lot | EPC: E 




Terry Holt, Branscombe £187,500 

Outstanding mid terrace stone cottage | Double bedroom 
with en-suite bathroom | Superbly presented throughout 
Highly convenient village centre location 11/4 mile to beach & 
coastal footpath | Established holiday letting income | Ideal 
investment,2nd home or holiday let | Electric central heating 
& sealed unit double glazing | Attractive kitchen & bathroom 
No onward chain & inventory available | EPC: E 



- SOLD IN APRIL - 


LAST REMAINING 
PLOT RESERVED 


- SOLD IN APRIL - 


Celandine Close, Seaton - 
Asking price: £284,950 


Thornfield Park, Seaton - 
Asking Price: 475,000 



Burnham Close, Seaton - 
Asking Price: £149,950 











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REMOVALS, CLEARANCE, STORAGE 


MAN & VAN 




SELF STORAGE 


MAN & VAN 

Rubbish clearances 
within the hour 
House, garage 

& attic clearances & removals 
Garden & Wood waste 
Trees taken away 
We take Tools, 

Clothing & Brie 'a' brae 

Discount for old 
age pensioners 

Fully insured 
Offering weekend work 
We do not fly tip 
Waste carriage licence 
if wanted 
01297 639120 
^ 074809 39419 ^ 

VAN & 

MAN 

Removals, Local, National 
Tip & Recycle Runs 
Cheaper than local Authority 

Call Chris on 01404 758966 
or 07967 759246 



House and garden clearances 
including trees and brambles 
All types of clearance, 
no job too big or too small 
Licensed waste carriage holder 
Cheaper than a skip 
Will buy precious metals 
e.g. copper and brass 
There is no rubbish 
we don't take! 


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TO ADVERTISE IN LOCAL SERVICES 
CALL JODIE ON 01297 446166 



LYME BAY STORAGE 

Fosseway Park, Harepath Road, Seaton EX12 2WH 

SELF STORAGE 

All units inside secure building 
From £10 + VAT per week 
Packing materials available 
Telephone: 01297 22007 

Email: info@lymebaystorage.co.uk 
www.lymebaystorage.co.uk 


Hunthay Storage 

of Axminster 
Secure Self Storage. 

Suit business or domestic use. 

Easy, long day + weekend access. 
Owner lives on site. Close to A35. 

Industrial Units To Let 

Phone: 01297 33839 or 07779 550771 

www.hunthay.co.uk 


Self Storage 


Large & small storage units 
to rent in Sidmouth. 

Caravan and Campervan stored. 
Weekly, monthly, yearly contracts. 


SEATON S FI F 

STORAGE 

SECURE SELF-STORE SOLUTIONS 


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Tel: 01395 571000 
or 07775 695687 


Tel: 01297 22777 - 34 Fore St, Seaton EX12 2AD 

Secure, dry building covered by CCTV & electronic access 
Business & Domestic storage 
Access 7 days a week / Long or short term stay 

www.seatonselfstorage.co.uk 



REMOVALS 


FREE HOUSE CLEARANCES 


Full or part house clearances - also garage, shed & loft 
Will also collect any brica a brae, clothes, tools etc 

Charge for rubbish disposal may apply 

Personal sympathetic service 

Environment Agency Waste Disposal Registered 
Certificate Number: CB/FM3741TR 

Contact Jacqueline on 

01297 625121 / 07525 763809 



Honiton Removals 

House Hold and Commercial 
Removals 


Packing Service Available 
Local/Europe (France/Spain) 
Local Reliable Service 
Man and Van Service 


Competative Rates 


07947 518807 



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LORS REMOVALS 


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(Axminster) 01297 35740 


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Properties prepared for sale: 
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Saleable items entered into our 
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PLASTERING, PAINTING AND DECORATING 


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Painting & Decorating 
Stonework & Brickwork 
General Masonrf 
Extensions 
Plastering 

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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 444513 07778 039404 



Whitewater 

Property Services Ltd 


Traditional & modern Building Restorian 
Bathroom & Kitchen Installations 
Traditional & modern plastering Techniques 
Plumbing & drainage 


Tel: 01297 34638 Mob: 07917 116564 
Email: dentry@btinternet.com 



CURTAINS & BLINDS 


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Made to measure curtains, 
tie-backs , valances , cushions, 
roman blinds and alterations 
Free measuring and quotes 
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ALL BLINDS MADE TO MEASURE 
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Decorating Services 

• Fully Insured 

• All aspects of internal and external decorating 
• Tiling, general repairs and maintenance 
Established 1981 

Free Quotations 
01297 22434 

www.eastdevondecorating.co.uk 

barryseaforth@gmail.com 


Alexander 

Property Services 

Plastering | Painting | Decorating 





Pawel 

Plastering 


Experienced, Skilled, High Quality 
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Reliable | Fully Insured | No VAT 


Tel: 01297 22735 



Call Pawel for a 
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Quality Reliable Professionals. 

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Call Tony For a Free Quotation 
01297 631481 or 07746 648679 


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- General Repairs & Maintenance 
- Painting & Decorating 

- Tiling (kitchen/Bathroom) 

- Rendering - Glassfibre Flat Roofing 

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Tel: 01935 891662 
Mob: 07792 804412 



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CAD Training 

Bespoke courses - learn at your own pace 
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Advice given on systems and software 


Building Maintenance 


With 30 years of experience in the building trade, 
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Phone 01297 631324 | Mobile 07748672235 


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New GT and GT Sport models 
spearhead updated Mazda2 range 


MAZDA has announced a host of 
updates and changes to its highly 
acclaimed Mazda2 range. High¬ 
lights across all models include the 
introduction of Mazda’s G-Vector- 
ing Control technology and de¬ 
tailed improvements to the 
suspension and steering to deliver 
improved ride comfort and steer¬ 
ing response. In addition, interior 
upgrades include new seat fabrics, 
a new steering wheel and enhanced 
sound insulation. 

Thanks to its KODO: Soul of Mo¬ 
tion design and SKYACTIV technol¬ 
ogy, the current Mazda2 set new 
standards for a Mazda supermini. 
Launched in 2015, its combination of 
sharp handling, attractive styling 
and efficient engines helped it stand 
out in the ultra-competitive small car 
sector. Now subtle enhancements 
and the launch of two new models - 
GT and GT Sport - are designed to 
keep the Mazda2 at the forefront of 
this ever popular segment. 

Now exclusively offered with 
Mazda’s 1.5-litre SKYACTIV-G 
petrol engine, the simplified eight- 
model Mazda2 range starts at just 
£12,695 for the 75ps SE, while the 
75ps engine is also offered in SE-L 


trim. Making up the bulk of the 
range the 90ps version of the 1.5- 
litre SKYACTIV-G engine is of¬ 
fered in SE-L Nav, Sport Nav and 
GT trim, while the 115ps output en¬ 
gine is exclusively matched to the 
flagship GT Sport and a six-speed 
manual gearbox. 

All models feature new seat 
fabrics, a new steering wheel and 
revised door mirrors with 
wraparound indicators. Enhanced 
refinement across the range is 
achieved thanks to the adoption of 
noise-insulating glass in the wind¬ 
screen and additional under bon¬ 
net sound proofing. Plus, to reduce 
high-frequency noise entering the 
cabin from the rear, sound absorb¬ 
ing material has been added to the 
inside of the tailgate, the parcel 
shelf and the spare wheel well. 

This improvement in refinement 
is matched to subtle enhancements 
to the Mazda2’s already driver-fo¬ 
cused dynamics. Front and rear 
damper settings have been revised 
to enhance ride quality, while to 
improve body control the front 
anti-roll bar bushing has changed 
and the structure of the front lower 
suspension arm has been modified. 


Additionally, a small recalibration 
of the electric power steering has 
resulted in improved steering feel. 

The upgraded Mazda2’s dynamic 
enhancements also see the introduc¬ 
tion of G-Vectoring Control (GVC). 
Having made its debut on the 2017 
Mazda3, GVC is now standard 
across the Mazda2 range, the first of 
Mazda’s SKYACTIV-VEHICLE DY- 
NAMCIS technologies it varies en¬ 
gine torque to optimise loading on 
the wheels when cornering to indis- 
cernibly provide more precise han¬ 
dling and improve comfort. 

Across the key trim levels the 
upgraded Mazda2 now features 
additional equipment: SE-L and 
SE-L Nav cars now feature LED 
front fog lamps, auto power-folding 
mirrors and passenger seat height 
adjustment, while Sport Nav 
models benefit from subtle visual 
enhancements including new 
16-inch alloy wheels and a shark 
fin antenna. 

However, thanks to new Deep 
Crimson Mica and Eternal Blue 
Mica paint colours that are both 
exclusive to the GT and GT Sport, 
it’s these models that really stand 
out. LED headlights, LED daylight 


running lights, a contrasting 
black rear spoiler and 16-inch 
silver alloy wheels further distin¬ 
guish these new flagship models, 
while inside both the GT and GT 
Sport feature black leather seats 
with a brown dash insert, a colour 
head-up display, Mazda2 scuff 
plates and on the 115ps GT Sport, a 
reversing camera. 

As before, the Mazda2 features 
excellent active safety equipment 
with all 90ps and 115ps powered 
cars featuring Smart City Brake 
Support and Lane Departure Warn¬ 
ing System. All cars outside of the 
entry-level 75ps engine models 
come with Mazda’s 7” Colour 
touch-screen display with MZD- 
Connect infotainment system, inte¬ 
grated navigation, DAB radio and 
cruise control, while Sport Nav 
and GT-Line models feature high- 
end equipment like privacy glass, 
rear parking sensors, climate con¬ 
trol air-conditioning and smart 
keyless entry. 

Commenting on the revisions to 
the Mazda2 Jeremy Thomson, 
Managing Director Mazda Motors 
UK said, “with annual UK sales of 
over 10,000 cars, the Mazda2 is a re¬ 


ally important car in our line up. It 
may be the smallest car we pro¬ 
duce, but it has at its heart the 
same values of style, driving in¬ 
volvement and quality that mark 
out all our products. These updates 
come just two years after the cur¬ 
rent Mazda2’s launch but they are 
designed to ensure the Mazda2 re¬ 
mains a class-leading contender in 
what remains the biggest selling 


segment in the UK car market.” 

Adding, “our simplified eight- 
model line-up has been created 
based on feedback from our cus¬ 
tomers and dealers, and with the 
new GT and GT Sport models we 
have two standout models that de¬ 
liver the high-end equipment, pre¬ 
mium looks and high-quality 
discerning small car buyers are 
looking for.” 



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New Hyundai Santa Fe Endurance: Unleash your 
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HYUNDAI Motor UK announces 
the launch of a highly-equipped 
SUV perfect for those who consider 
every drive an expedition - the 
Sante Fe Endurance Edition. 

Sitting at the top of Hyundai’s 
range, it celebrates a recent history¬ 
making drive by Patrick Bergel, the 
Great Grandson of legendary polar 
explorer, Sir Ernest Shackleton. 

In December 2016, Bergel com¬ 
pleted a 30-day expedition in a near¬ 
standard 2.2-litre diesel Santa Fe, 
driving across Antarctica from 
Union Camp to McMurdo and back 
again, commemorating the cente¬ 
nary of Shackleton’s heroic Trans- 
Antarctic expedition of 1914-16. 

This was the first time a passenger 
vehicle had ever traversed the 
Antarctic continent and the stan¬ 
dard 2.2-litre Santa Fe used by 
Bergel featured only a handful of 
modifications to counter the tough 
Antarctic conditions, such as the 
fitment of large, low-pressure tyres, 
a 250-litre fuel tank and a pre-heater 
for the cold. 

To commemorate this incredible 
achievement, Hyundai Motor UK 
will make just 500 Endurance Edi¬ 


tion models available. 

Each car is based on the 2.2 diesel 
7 seat 4WD Automatic Sante Fe in 
Premium SE trim with Convenience 
Pack, which boasts Smart Electric 
Tailgate, Panoramic Sunroof, Au¬ 
tonomous Emergency Braking, 
Smart Cruise Control and Around 
View Monitor. In addition, the 
Santa Fe Endurance will also fea¬ 
ture additional special equipment. 

Customers can choose from five 
limited colours: solid Creamy 
White, pearl White Crystal, metallic 
Titanium Silver, pearl Phantom 
Black and metallic Mineral Blue - 
the same colour as that of Bergel’s 
expedition car. 

Endurance Editions are further 
marked out by 19-inch alloy wheels 
- wrapped in 235/55 R19 tyres - Side 
Bar Sport running steps. The final 
touch is a special Endurance logo, 
which can be found on the B-pillar 
and interior floor mats. The 
eye-catching logo commemorates 
Shackleton’s Endurance expedition 
and features the Shackleton Family 
Motto and a 28-point compass repre¬ 
senting the 28 crew that survived. 

The Santa Fe Endurance will be 


priced at £38,995, representing a 
saving of £2,400 over a standard Pre¬ 
mium SE with Convenience Pack 
and Automatic transmission and 
can be ordered from 18 May 2017. 

Tony Whitehorn, President and 
CEO of Hyundai UK said: “This new 


Endurance Edition offers cus¬ 
tomers an incredibly well-equipped 
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Sport - East Devon round-up wi,h 


football the local round-up 

Finishing line in sight for Honiton Town 


Big day on the horizon at Mountbatten Park next Saturday with first ever premier title up for grabs 


football tables 

SW Peninsula DIE (34)Pld Pts 


Teignmouth.34 71 

Stoke Gabriel.32 69 

Newton Abbot Spurs.34 66 

Appledore.33 65 

BrixhamAFC.33 61 

AXMINSTER TOWN.34 60 

CreditonUtd.34 57 

Torridgeside.33 54 

Exeter University.32 49 

St Martins.33 43 

Sidmouth Town.33 43 

Alphington.34 41 

Bovey Tracey.34 35 

Galmpton Utd.34 33 

LivertonUtd.33 33 

Totnes & Dartington.32 26 

Budleigh Salterton.32 24 

Exwick Villa.32 18 

D&E Premier (28) Pld Pts 

Honiton Town.27 66 

Newtown.26 63 

Elmore.25 55 

Okehampton Argyle.28 51 

HeavitreeUtd.25 50 

Seaton Town.27 43 

Feniton.26 37 

Beer Albion.26 37 

Topsham Town.28 35 

Upottery.26 28 

Clyst Valley.27 28 

Exmouth Amateurs.26 26* 

Newton St Cyres.28 26 

Hatherleigh Town.28 19 

BowAAC.25 4 

D&E Div 1 (20) Pld Pts 

Cronies FC (C).20 53 

Exeter University Res... 19 38 

Exmouth Town Res.20 35 

Witheridge Reserves.18 32 

Sidmouth Town Res.19 31 

Lyme Regis.20 29 

Colyton.20 27 

Wellington Reserves.20 16 

Alphington Reserves.20 15 

Willand Rovers Res.20 14 

Bickleigh.20 10 

D&E Div 2 (26) Pld Pts 

Lapford (C).24 61 

CullomptonRangRes....24 53 

Heavitree Utd Res.23 42 

Chagford.22 41 

University 3rds.23 41 

Dawlish Utd.24 41 

Woodbury.23 35 

Axmouth Utd.25 35 

Dawlish Town.25 30 

Halwill.24 25 

Newtown Reserves.24 23 

Tipton St John.26 23 

Lympstone.25 23 

Budleigh Salt Res.26 13* 

D&E Div 3 (20) Pld Pts 

Perry Street (C).20 53 

Exeter Univ 4ths.19 44 

Bampton.19 39 

Axminster To wn Res.20 35 

Honiton Town Res.20 30 

East Budleigh.20 29 

Newton Poppleford.20 24 

TedburnStMary.20 23 

Clyst Valley Reserves....20 16 

Exmouth Amat Res.20 16* 

Culm Utd.20 4 

D&E Div 4 (24) Pld Pts 

Kentisbeare (C).23 63 

Thorverton.23 55 

Uplowman Athletic.24 48 

Exeter Univ 5ths.24 40 

OtteryStMary.24 36 

Priory.24 35 

Countess Wear Dyn.23 33 

Sandford.24 32 

Pinhoe.24 30 

Otterton.24 30 

Morchard Bishop.24 15* 

St Martins Reserves.23 13 

Sampford Peverell.24 10 

D&E Div 5 (24) Pld Pts 

Royal Oak (C).24 68 

CreditonUtd Res.24 63 

Whipton & Pinhoe.24 51 

Winchester.24 48 

Millwey Rise.24 34 

South Zeal Utd.24 27* 

North Tawton.24 27 

Beer Albion Reserves... .23 25 

Newton St Cyres.24 25 

Feniton Reserves.24 22* 

Starcross Generals.24 22 

Alphington 3rds.24 16* 

Awliscombe Utd.23 12 


SW PENINSULA 
LEAGUE 

Division One (West) 
Axminster Town 1 
Exwick Villa O 
AXMINSTER Town com¬ 
pleted their season with an¬ 
other three points against 
relegation threatened 
Exwick Villa to secure a 
sixth-placed finish. 

Ax manager Jon Hurford 
took the opportunity to ex¬ 
periment with a 3-5-2 forma¬ 
tion that he is keen to put 
into place next season. 

The Tigers took some time 
to settle and Villa had the 
best chance of a scrappy first 
half but keeper Brett Garner 
got down well to save. 

Garner, standing in for the 
unavailable Scott Wells- 
Burr, was also called upon to 
make two more good stops 
early in the second period. 

However, the Tigers then 
wrestled the momentum 
back from their battling vis¬ 
itors and began forging 
chances at the other end. 

But they had to wait until 
the 87th minute for the win¬ 
ner when Nathan Warren 
burst through and netted 
with a crisp drive from the 
edge of the area. 

“We were adjusting to the 
new formation in the first 
half, but improved after the 
break -1 think the 3-5-2 suits 
the personnel we’re likely to 
have for next season,” said 
Hurford. 

Axminster: Brett Garner, 
Chris Duchenski, Elliot Dyer 
(Dan Beer 75), Ben Clay; Cal- 
lum Garrett, Nathan War¬ 
ren, Ben Vine, Liam Cleal, 
Jamie Barfoot; Tony Pinder, 
Jon Hurford. 

D&E Round-up 

with Collin Goodwin 
THE Premier Division champi¬ 
onship race door is still slightly 
ajar after second placed NEW¬ 
TOWN finally laid their bogey 
team FENITON to rest. 

Town had not beaten Fenny in 
the Premier for nearly eight 
years, losing seven times and 
drawing twice in that time, but 
they managed to claw their way 
to a 2-1 victory which means 


they still have a chance of the 
title. 

Goals from Aaron Land and 
Ben Howard had Newtown two 
up, but Fenny deservedly hit 
back with a Charlie Selley 
penalty, his third spot lack in 
four days, among the five goals 
he scored in Fennys 7-1 win 
against Beer Albion on Wednes¬ 
day. 

Newtown also finish with 
home matches against Bow AAC 
on Wednesday and Beer next 
Saturday. 

However, HONITON TOWN 
are eyeing the winning post 
after beating BEER ALBION 4-2 
with a hard working, but solid 
effort. 

The Fishermen gave it their 
best shot but did not quite have 
the finishing accuracy of the 
Mountbatten Park side whose 
Aiden Barrett struck twice. 

Chris Long and Joe Mulhall 
also scored while Chris Long 
and Jack White replied. Victory 
against Exmouth Amateurs next 
Saturday will clinch the Hippos 
first ever Premier title and prob¬ 
able promotion to the SWPL. 

ELMORE saw their outside 
chance wrecked at HEAVITREE 
UNITED where they were 
beaten 3-1, and the Heavies can 
still yet rob the eagles of third 
place. 

WITHERIDGE RES were de¬ 
nied a last minute penalty at 
home to BICKLEIGH and had to 
settle for a 2-2 draw. Tom 
Williams and Reece Jordan were 
the Withy scorers but the 
dropped points might prove 
costly in their chase for third 
place in Division One. 

LAPFORD are Division Two 
champions after crushing AX¬ 
MOUTH UNITED 8-0. Six goals 
from Mark Tucker were the 
highlight, with Harry Leach and 
Dom Stapleton adding singles, 
and with their only challengers 
CULLOMPTON RES slipping to a 
2-1 reverse at home to DAWLISH 
UNITED, the race is over. Tom 
Broome was the Rangers sole 
marksman. 

CHAGFORD were 3-1 winners 
at LYMPSTONE, and if they can 
win their last two games will 
overtake current third place oc¬ 
cupants Heavitree Res. The Lym- 
pets slip down into the bottom 


two after TIPTON ST JOHN 
pulled off a 2-2 draw at 
DAWLISH. 

Division Four runners up 
THORVERTON were beaten 4-3 
by PRIORY who must now hope 
that COUNTESS WEAR DY- 
NAMOES, 2-0 winners against 
the bottom side SAMPFORD 
PEVERELL, do not win their 
final match to snatch sixth place 
from their City neighbours. 

Division Five champions and 
Devon Intermediate cup win¬ 
ners ROYAL OAK ended their 
league season with a 3-3 draw at 
WHIPTON & PINHOE who finish 
third behind CREDITON RES 
whose opponents FENITON RES 
failed to turn up. 

Division Six champions WIN- 
KLEIGH won their penultimate 
match 4-3 at HALWILL RES, 
while runners up EXWICK VIL¬ 
LAGE romped to an 8-2 win at 
HATHERLEIGH RES. 

LYME REGIS RESERVES took a 
giant stride towards claiming 
their place when they dislodged 
HEMYOCK 5-1. Declan Ellis 
bagged a hat-trick, including two 
in the opening nine minutes, 
and Julien Simier and Ally Rat- 
tenbury had the others for the 
Davey Fort side. 

TEDBURN ST MARY are into 
the semi finals of the Bill Slee 
cup following their surprise 1-0 
win against HEAVITREE RES. 

NORTH TAWTON made it into 
the Football Express Cup final 
after an exciting 4-3 success at 
CENTRAL, and the final of the 
Geary Cup will be between EX¬ 
MOUTH SPARTANS and UPOT¬ 
TERY RES. 

* The League were rocked in 
midweek when referee Dave 
Carter (41) collapsed and died of 
a heart attack. 

Dave had officiated at Honiton 
Town in Premier Division match 
the previous week, the former 
Hawkchurch United goalkeeper 
was a Head teacher in Crewk- 
erne. 

The League send their heart¬ 
felt sympathy to his family and 
many colleagues. Seepage three 
for full story 

MIDWEEK RESULTS 
Monday, April 17th 

PREMIER 

Heavitree Utd 9 Exmouth Amateurs 1, 



iinAdi t: jacK turner 
Regis Rovers team 
which upset the odds to beat favourites 
Forton Reserves 1-0 in the Bill Bailey Cup 
Final at Beaminster on Satureday 
evening. Jack is pictured with dad Kevin 
and granddad Graham and the trophy 
Photo by HOWARD LARCOMBE 



■ GET A GRIP: The Exwick Villa defence take ex¬ 
treme measures to stop goalscorer Nathan Warren in 
Axminster Town's 1-0 win on Saturday. 

Photo by ANDREW GRAHAM 


Topsham Town 1 Seaton Town 3. 
DIVISION TWO 

Axmouth Utd 4 Tipton St John 1, 
Chagford 0 Heavitree Utd Res 7, 
Halwill 1 Lympstone 1, 

Woodbury 1 Dawlish 1. 

DIVISION FIVE 

Crediton Utd Res 8 Starcross Gen 0. 

DIVISION EIGHT 

Upottery Res 3 Amory Green 0. 

Wednesday, April 19th 

GEARY CUP SEMI FINAL 
Upottery Res A-A Cheriton Fitzpaine 
PREMIER 

Feniton 7 Beer Albion 1, 

Newtown 4 Okehampton Arg 3, 
Elmore H-W Exmoutn Amateurs. 

Thursday April 20th 

DEVON SENIOR CUP FINAL 
Cronies FCvRoselands 
(at Coach Road-7.30pm) 

Friday April 21st 

DIVISION ONE 

Witheridge Res v Bickleigh (7pm) 

RESULTS 

MACRON DEVON & EXETER 
PREMIER 

Heavitree United 3, Elmore 1. 
Honiton Town 4, Beer Albion 2. 
Newtown 2, Feniton 1. 

DIVISION TWO 
Axmouth United 0, Lapford 8. 
Cullompton Rgs 1, Dawlish United 2. 
Dawlish 2, Tipton St John 2. 
Lympstone 1, Chagford 3. 

Woodbury 2, Halwill 1. 

DIVISION FOUR 

Countess Wear 2, Sampford Pev’ 0. 
Thorverton 3, Priory 4. 

DIVISION FIVE 

Beer Albion 2, Awilscombe Utd 1. 
Crediton United v Feniton, HW. 
Whipton & Pinhoe 3, Royal Oak 3. 
DIVISION SIX 
Elmore 6, Stoke Hill 3. 
Halwill3,Winkleigh4. 

Hatherleigh Tn 2, Exwick Village 8. 
Lyme Regis 5, Hemyock 1. 

Tiwy Pam 4, Dunkeswell Rovers 1. 
DIVISION SEVEN 
Bickleigh 3, Wellington Town 5. 
Colyton 2, Woodbury 3. 

Sidmouth Town 4, Seaton Town 1. 
DIVISION EIGHT 
Sandford 2, Bampton 6. 

Bill Slee cup 

Tedburn St Mary 1, Heavitree Utd 0. 

Football Express Cup 
Central 3, North Tawton 4. 

Geary Cup 

Exmouth Spartans 3, Bravehearts 1. 
Upottery 2, Cheriton Fitzpaine 1. 

FIXTURES 
Last night (Monday) 

DIVISION 2 

Newtown v Heavitree United 
DIVISION 6 


Elmore vSilverton 

Tonight (Tuesday) 

DIVISION 2 

Woodbury v Cullompton Rangers 

Wednesday April 26th 

PREMIER 

Beer Albion v Upottery 
Elmore v Clyst Valley 
Heavitree United v Feniton 
Newtown v Bow AAC 
DIVISION 2 

Dawlish United v Axmouth United 7.30 
DIVISION 6 

Lyme Regis v Offwell Rangers 

Saturday, April 29th 

PREMIER 

Bow AAC v Elmore 

Heavitree United v Seaton Town 

Honiton Town v Exmouth Amateurs 

Newtown v Beer Albion 

DIVISION 1 

Witheridge v Sidmouth Town 
DIVISION 2 

Chagford v Lympstone 
Cullompton Rangers v Dawlish 
Halwill v Newtown 
Woodbury v Heavitree United 
DIVISION 4 

Kentisbeare v St Martins 
Thorverton v Countess Wear Dynamoes 
DIVISION 5 

Awliscombe United v Beer AlbionDIVI- 
SI0N6 

Elmore v Central 
Hemyock v Halwill 
Lyme Regis v Tiwy Park Rangers 
DIVISION 7 

Colyton v Exmouth Spartans 
DIVISION 8 

Bravehearts v Seven Stars Kennford 
EAST DEVON SENIOR CUP 
SEMIFINAL 

Cronies v Exmouth Town 

PERRY STREET LEAGUE 
KEN HODGES CUP 
SEMIFINAL 

South Petherton Reserves O 
Farway Utd 4 

FARWAY United reached their 
second cup final of the season 
with a comfortable victory at 
Lightgate Lane. 

Jack Murrell (2), Fabio Souza 
and Josh Gamble netted for the 
Devonians. 

Farway’s opponents in the 
Final at Drimpton FC on 
Wednesday, May 3rd will be 
Kingsbury Episcopi (6.15pm ko). 

FARWAY RESERVES com¬ 
pleted a fine weekend for the 
club with a 5-0 drubbing of Five- 
head at Eastlee park in the PSDL 
Diviison Three. Ross Chatwood 
led the way with a hat trick 
while Jacob Murphy and Kai 
Fletcher had the others. 


football tables 

D&E Div 6 (24) 

Pld 

Pts 

Winkleigh (C). 

....23 

64 

Exwick Village. 

....24 

53 

Central FC. 

....22 

45 

Lyme Regis Res. 

....20 

42 

Hemyock. 

....22 

40 

Halwill Reserves. 

....22 

36 

Offwell Rangers. 

....22 

36* 

Elmore Reserves. 

....20 

28 

Tiwy Park Rangers....22 

23 

Stoke Hill. 

....24 

22* 

Dunkeswell Rovers. 

....23 

18 

Hatherleigh Res. 

....24 

10* 

Silverton. 

....23 

5 

D&E Div 7 (22) 

Pld 

Pts 

Ilminster Res (C). 

....22 

56 

Cranhrook . 

....22 

54 

Wellington 3rds. 

....22 

51 

Sidmouth Town 3rds ..22 

42 

Exmouth Spartans.. 

....21 

37 

Bickleigh Reserves. 

....22 

29 

K&M Polonia Exeter...22 

25 

Cheriton Fitzpaine.. 

....22 

23 

Woodhury Reserves....22 

23 

Seaton Town Res. 

....22 

20* 

Colyton Reserves. 

....21 

10 

HT Dons. 

....22 

7 

D&E Div 8 (22) 

Pld 

Pts 

Upottery Res (C). 

....22 

54 

Bravehearts. 

....21 

49 

Axminster 3rds. 

....22 

44* 

Queen’s Head. 

....22 

37 

Bampton Reserves.. 

....22 

36 

Kentisbeare Res. 

....22 

34 

Lapford Reserves. 

....22 

34 

Newton Popp’d Res. 

....22 

26 

Amory Green. 

....22 

20 

Seven Stars Kenn’d. 

....21 

12* 

Bradninch. 

....22 

11* 

Sandford Reserves.. 

....22 

11 

D&E Div 9 (Final) 

Pld 

Pts 

St Martins 3rds (C).. 

....18 

37 

Witheridge 3rds. 

....18 

35 

Chagford Reserves.. 

....18 

34 

Millwey Rise Res. 

....18 

29 

East Budleigh Res... 

....18 

29 

Honiton Town 3rds. 

....18 

29 

Tedhurn St Mary Res..l8 

21 

Amory Green Res. 

....18 

20 

Central FC Reserves ...18 

15 

Feniton 3rds. 

....18 

7 

Perry St Prem (18) Pld 

Pts 

Barrington. 

....17 

41 

Beaminster. 

....16 

37 

South Petherton. 

....17 

37 

Shepton Beauchamp... 15 

29 

Misterton. 

....16 

27 

Winsham Utd. 

....16 

20 

Chard Utd. 

....16 

15 

W&MChinnock. 

....17 

13 

Netherhury. 

....17 

9 

Comhe Reserves. 

....17 

6* 

Perry St Div 1 (18) Pld 

Pts 

Waytown Hounds. 

....17 

35 

Merriott Rovers. 

....15 

32 

Pymore. 

....16 

30 

Forton Rangers. 

....16 

29 

Hawkchurch Utd. 

....13 

28 

Ilminster Colts. 

....16 

28 

Uplyme. 

....16 

20 

Shepton Beau Res... 

....18 

14* 

Comhe A. 

....18 

10* 

South Petherton Res...15 

2 

Perry St Div 2 (18) Pld 

Pts 

Halstock. 

....15 

36 

Chard Rangers. 

....16 

32 

Winsham Utd Res. 

....16 

31 

Farway Utd. 

....14 

30 

Charmouth. 

....16 

26 

Crewkerne Rangers 

....17 

20 

Dowlish&Donyatt.. 

....16 

18 

Thorncomhe. 

....17 

15 

Kingsbury Episcopi 

....16 

15 

Chard Utd Reserves 

....17 

7 

Perry St Div 3 (24) Pld 

Pts 

Misterton Reserves. 

....20 

50 

Forton Rangers Res 

....17 

45 

Uplyme Reserves. 

....17 

42 

Merriott Dynamos.. 

....19 

30 

Thorncomhe Res. 

....20 

29 

Ilminster Town A . 

....20 

27 

Crewk Rangers Res. 

....18 

26 

Fivehead. 

....19 

26 

Lyme Regis Rovers. 

....17 

20* 

Farway Utd Res. 

....19 

15 

Chard Rangers Res. 

....21 

11 

Chard Utd All Stars 

....19 

2* 










































































































































































54 Tuesday, April 25th 2017 


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jack high bowls round-up 

Sun shines on busy start to outdoor season 


OTTERY ST MARY 

with Mike Smith 

EASTER Sunday saw the start of 
the 2017 summer season for Ottery 
St Mary Bowling Club. Club Presi¬ 
dent Gerry Beighton got proceed¬ 
ings underway by bowling the first 
wood of the ‘Opening Drive’ in front 
of over 40 members. 

Before that Dave Rose had the 
nearest wood to the jack in the first 
‘Spider’ competition winning a bot¬ 
tle of wine in the process, kindly do¬ 
nated by Clive & Celia Russell. 

Club Captain Terri Ward pre¬ 
sented the best winning rink with 
an Easter Egg for each member, 
once again Dave Rose was the win¬ 
ning Skip with his team of Margaret 
Trayhurn, Derek Hunt & Chris 
Hawke. 

Ottery got off to a great start to 
their friendly fixtures winning on 
all four rinks away at PHEAR 
PARK, Frank Jones, Dave Rose & 
skip Terry House and Eric Richard¬ 
son, Sharon Kenny & skip Brian 
Baker both had 12 shot victories in 
an 87-43 win. 

This was followed up by a 79-48 
win at SEATON where the best win¬ 
ning rink was that of Eric Richard¬ 
son, Celia Russell, Steve Hall & skip 
Mike Smith 25-9. 

This Friday sees the start of our 
Open Weekend. Proceedings begin 
at 4pm with “ Bowls 4 Fun ’ when 
John & Terri Ward, our BDA 
Coaches will be on hand with expert 
advice and help to anyone who 
would like to try this great game of 
bowls - all ages are welcome, our 
youngest member is 13 and our old¬ 
est is 92! 

“Bowls 4 Fun” continues over the 
weekend, from 11am on Saturday 
and from 10am on Sunday. For more 
information contact John & Terri 
Ward on 01404 814651 or Mike Smith 
on 01404 811195. 


HONITON with Julie Grant 
CLUB President Joan Heard opened 
the outdoor bowling in front of 36 
members season with a ‘toucher’ 
and the mixed teams continued this 
good start with victories in all the 
friendlies. 

Visitors CHARDSTOCK were 
beaten 89-64, away at TORQUAY 
VICTORIA it was 78-69 and at Phear 
Park 73-60. Two top rinks, both scor¬ 
ing 26-12 were; against Chardstock - 
Berry Maynard, Ian Peel & Gerry 
Stafrace and against Torquay - Joan 
and Bob Mackintosh, Barrie Single- 
ton & Jimmy Smith, while June Lee, 
Barrie Singleton & Gerry Stafrcae 
won 22-13 against Phear Park. 

Bowls is a sport for all so Honiton 
bowling club in Streamers Meadows 
EX14 2DP is opening up the green 
for all to try on Monday, May 1st 
from 10am to 2pm, all equipment 
provided, everyone is welcome to 
come and have a try. 

SEATON with Alan Nicholas 
FORTY seven members turned out 
on Saturday, April 15th for the 
Opening Drive of the new season. 

Mayor, and Chairman of Seaton 
Town Council, Marcus Hartnell 
opened proceedings by delivering 
the "Silver Jack" to signify the start 
of the new outdoor season. Club 
Captain, Graham Thomas then de¬ 
livered he opening wood to the jack. 

The winning rink of the 18-end 
opening drive Roger Woolland, Lil¬ 
ian Hurley-Smith, David Ford & 
Carol Armitage, with +17 points. 

At the halfway point each player 
delivered a single wood at a target 
set up in the centre of the green at 
precisely the same time from 
around the edge of the green, each 
player to have one foot on the green 
and the other foot in the ditch. The 
winner, who finished closest to the 
target, was Reg Pluck. 

The next event at the club, are the 


Free Open Days on Saturday 6th 
and Sunday 7th May, from 10am to 
Midday. All ages are welcome and 
all equipment is available for free 
loan, other than shoes, but totally 
flat-soled shoes are required. For 
more details ring Graham on 01297 
625974 or Margaret on 01297 792212. 

CHARD with Peter Avery 
Wellington were the visitors on 
Sunda, in Fred Ward's first game as 
lawn bowls captain, and Chard had 
the better of a close contest winning 
73-63. 

Details: Doris Finch, Dennis Finch 
& Doug Hislop 21-11; Barbara 
Nichols, Keith Johnson & Alan 
White 15-12; Pauline Small, Dave 
Wilkinson & Clive Small 19-19; Lynn 
Beale, Peter Avery & Fred Ward 18- 
21. 

The Club are holding an Open Day 
on Sunday, 7th May between 10am 
and 4pm when equipment and 
coaching will be provided. 

Anyone considering taking-up 
bowls is invited to come along and 
try it out; please wear flat shoes. 
The Club can be found off Bond's 
Close which is along Glynswood. 

SOUTH PETHERTON 

with Bob Dickie 

SOUTH Petherton Bowling Club 
kicked off their 2017 season with the 
traditional Opening of the Green 
ceremony performed by Club Presi¬ 
dent Rex Corbet who bowled the 
first wood. Outgoing Captain 
Lawrence Symes handed over to the 
new incoming Captain Sue Boer. 

The opening was followed by the 
usual spider competition played by 
the attending members with the 
prize of a bottle of whiskey going to 
Bill McSweeney who managed to 
get his wood closest to the jack. 

The afternoon was completed 
with a President's versus Captain's 
team match which was won by a 


very narrow margin by the Cap¬ 
tain’s team. 

Any readers interested in finding 
out more about Lawn Bowls is wel¬ 
come to come along to the two free 
open evenings being held tomorrow 
(Wednesday) and Wednesday, May 
3rd. 

Just bring a pair of flat soled shoes 
and the rest of the kit will be pro¬ 
vided along with free coaching. 

New also players can drop in on 
any Monday or Friday afternoons 
from 2pm where you will find Club 
members rolling up in the weekly 
umbrella competition. Failing that 
you can turn up on the weekly 
Wednesday evening Club nights 
from 6pm. 

You can find us in the Recreation 
Ground, Lightgate Lane, South 
Petherton, TA13 5AU. For more in¬ 
formation email southpetherton- 
bowling@gmail.com or give Club 
Captain Sue Boer a call on 01460 
240701. 

MERRIOTT with Jean Crisp 
MERRIOTT started their 2017 sea¬ 
son with a tour to Portugal when 22 
bowlers travelled to the Algarve for 
a very enjoyable 11 days trip, play¬ 
ing 4 matches during their stay. 

The home season started on 18th 
April with a friendly club match 
when a President’s side played 
against a Captain’s team. This 
turned out a very close competition 
with the President’s side winning 
by just one shot. 

Merriott are always looking for 
new members so if you fancy trying 
out bowls you would be most wel¬ 
come at one of our club ‘roll-up’ ses¬ 
sions on either a Tuesday afternoon 
or a Thursday evening. 

If you are interested please con¬ 
tact our Secretary, Ian Kendall, on 
01460 73029 for more details. 


on the f ronter around the local skittles leagues 


COLYTON 

Mike Hussey Memorial 
Pairs Cup Qualifying. 

Top two pairs to final on pre¬ 
sentation night at Cloakham 
Lawns (Millwey Rise, Axmin- 
ster), on 5th May 8pm start. 
Draw prizes would be appreci¬ 
ated for this night. 

Honiton WMC group: Gor¬ 
don Parsons & Brian Pike 
(Colcombe A) 94; Steve Thorn¬ 
ton & Mike Gillard (Volunteer 
A)92 won play-off V Dave Hed- 
ditch & Anthony Down (Con- 
verts)14-13; L Burke & M Clode 
(Rising Sun B)90; J Woodford 
& R Chambers (Sidbury 
Stones)82; T Reynolds & M 
Bleaken (Colcombe B)82; B 
Stuckey & E Wraxhall (Axe 
Con A)81; D Blackmore & K 
Gush (Vine B)77; T Bennett & 
M Richards (Hon Con A)77; 

Axminster Conservative 
Club: Colin Coulson & Gra¬ 
ham Hayball (Cloakham Wan- 
derers)101; Tom Patch & 
Frank Pearse (Tuckers Arms 

C) 96; S Kowal & B Dicks 
(Lamb B) 88; T Wills & 
Michelle Wills (Colcombe No- 
mads)86; D Park & C Ziemann 
(Seaton FC B)86; P Garner & P 
Miller (Cloakham B)83; J Hart¬ 
nell & G Greenslade (Colyton 
club A) 81; N Cook & Janet 
Cook (New Inn B)80; D Crabb 
& J Willis (Heathfield A)78; A 
Hurford & B Dowell (King¬ 
fisher B)78; A Palmer & D 
Morgan (Axminster Inn A)76; 
M Johnson & J Williams (Ger- 
rard A)76; 

Red Lion Sidbury Group: 

John Beaton & Paul Warren 
(Red Lion Sidbury)102; Derek 
& Malcolm Wakley (Hon Con 

D) 98; J Gostling & M Hoskins 
(Tuckers Arms A)95; S & O 
Fuller (Sidmouth Arms 


Kings)92; Annie & D Bennett 
(Tuckers Arms D)75; R Webb 
& N Jones (New Inn A)71; J 
Richards & M Berry (Colyton 
Club B)66; 

Colcombe Castle Group: 

Mike Griffiths & Rob Collier 
(Kingfisher A)129; Steve & 
Justin Somers (Kings Arms 
Beers)110 won play-off V 
Joanne Flint & Andrew Beer 
(Red Lion A)20-17; K Munt & P 
Norman (Vine Nomads)103; J 
Lockyer & J Monkhouse (Of- 
fwell A)101; D Purrington & 
Sally Denning (Winstons 
KOOTS)97; Hazel Smith & 
Ann Wright (Seaton Bowl- 
ing)92; M Parkinson & D Jones 
(Hon Conartists)91; P Gibbins 
& P Bowler (White Hart B)88; 
L Stubbs & M Riggs (Offwell 
B)87; 

Honiton Conservative 
club Group: Richard Seward 
& Lorna Gould (Tuckers Arms 
B)101; Harry Harris & Mike 
Summers (Red Lion Cava- 
liers)95; Margi & C Maher 
(Vine A)91; Jenny Broom & M 
Glaeser (Heathfield B)90; P 
Squire & C Hammett (Wheel¬ 
wright A)89; G Ruck & J Smith 
(Village Inn)86; C & B Hutch¬ 
ings (Eagle Tavern)85; P 
Richards & S Land (Wilming¬ 
ton Harts)82. 

AXMINSTER 
Play off Results 
Divison Three Champions - 

Ax Inn B 337 (A Beer 65) Ax 
Con A 315 (P Banner 69). 
Divison Four runners-up - 
Lamb Shanks 314 (P Herrod 
62) Colcombe Nomads 304 (S 
Cross 59). 

Notice to Captains: The 
League AGM will now be held 
on Wednesday, May 17th at 
The Axminster Inn at 8pm (not 
10th May as shown in the fix- 


tures book). 



Division One 

Pld 

Pts 

Ax Con Club Rebels.... 

... .26 

40 

Lamb Spartans. 

... .26 

38 

Sidmouth Arms . 

,.. .26 

34 

B & Gs. 

... .26 

33 

Wooton Cowboys. 

... .26 

30 

Tuckers C. 

,.. .26 

28 

Green Army . 

... .26 

26 

Red Lion Red Devils ... 

... .26 

24 

The Feds (Kingfisher) .. 
ThorncombeB . 

,.. .26 
... .26 

24 

22 

Thorncombe Drifters .. 

,.. .26 

19 

Red Lion D. 

... .26 

18 

Old Inn Kilmington A .. 

... .26 

16 

GerrardD . 

... .26 

12 

Division Two 

Pld 

Pts 

Thorncombe A . 

... .26 

40 

Wooton Sherberts . 

... .26 

36 

Axe Inn Jokers. 

,.. .26 

30 

Tuckers Maggots . 

Thorncombe C . 

... .26 
... .26 

30 

30 

New Inn Kilmington C . 

... .26 

28 

Colcombe A. 

... .26 

28 

Red Lion C. 

,.. .25 

26 

White Hart Wilm A .... 

... .26 

22 

NewInnKilmA. 

,.. .26 

22 

White Hart Warriors... 

... .26 

21 

GerrardA . 

,.. .25 

20 

Cloakham Stars . 

,.. .26 

16 

Lamb A. 

... .26 

13 

Division Three 

Pld 

Pts 

Axminster Inn B. 

,.. .24 

32 

Axe Con Club A . 

,.. .24 

32 

Gerrard B. 

,.. .24 

30 

King Wingers . 

,.. .24 

28 

Axminster FC IV . 

,.. .24 

26 

Kings Arms Seaton A .. 

,.. .24 

24 

Old Inn Kilmington B .. 
Axminster Haircuts.... 

,.. .24 
,.. .24 

24 

24 

White Hart Wilm B .... 

,.. .24 

24 

Axminster Inn A . 

,.. .24 

19 

Axminster FC A. 

,.. .24 

18 

Axminster FCB. 

,.. .24 

16 

Colcombe B. 

,.. .24 

15 

Division Four 

Pld 

Pts 

Lamb 49s . 

... .23 

37 

Lamb Shanks . 

,.. .23 

30 

Colcombe Nomads. 

... .23 

30 

Seaton Bowling Club ... 

... .22 

26 

Bev’sBoys. 

.. .22 

24 

New Inn Hawks . 

,.. .23 

22 

Winston Wobblers. 

,.. .22 

20 

Kingfisher A. 

... .23 

20 

Ship Rotary. 

Tuckers Y . 

,.. .22 
.. .23 

19 

16 


Gerrard C.22 14 


White Hart Colyford ... 

...21 

14 

Bottle Inn (Withdrawn). 

...11 

8 

ILMINSTER & 

DIST 

Division One 

Pld 

Pts 

Flying Turkeys. 

...16 

113 

Flying Turkeys A’Stars 

...16 

106 

Cricketers . 

...16 

104 

Crown Crusaders. 

...16 

102 

Rockey’s Rollers. 

...16 

97 

Ashill Inn. 

...16 

96 

Wyndham Warriors.... 

...16 

93 

Hatch Beagles. 

...16 

83 

Nomads . 

...16 

70 

Division Two 

Pld 

Pts 

Bell Broadway . 

...16 

134 

Royal Oak Faces. 

...16 

117 

Floaters . 

...16 

109 

Bell A . 

...16 

107 

Ashill Boys . 

...16 

103 

Kings Head . 

...16 

102 

Ilton Choppers . 

...16 

87 

Wyndham Clangers.... 

...16 

68 

Hatch Eggs. 

...16 

25 


CREWKERNE & DIST 
Division One . Pld Pts 

Super Sexy Six.21 199 

Lost Boys.21 194 

Headhunters.21 159 

The Coachmen .21 133 

Mighty Ducks.21 133 

Stray Cats .21 130 

Football Club .21 122 

Odd Bobs .21 109 

King Willy Dogs.21 97 

Rollers .21 89 

Royal Oak Drimpton.21 76 

Sports 92.21 65 

Division Two Pld Pts 

Brewers Bees.20 160 

Pinbusters.19 131 

Perrott Monkeys.18 128 

Rugrats.19 124 

Ugly Ducklings.19 112 

Skimmers.19 109 

Hillbillys .19 107 

Raptors.19 102 

Muppets.18 98 

Fuaders .19 97 

Fryers.19 74 

Division Three Pld Pts 

Admiral 6.21 167 

DBST.21 163 

The King’s Jesters .21 160 

Royal Chokers.21 143 


Willy Low Flyers .21 131 

Concorde .21 124 

Chis Colts.21 120 

Sandbaggers .21 115 

Rotary.21 107 

Beer Leg Boys.21 102 

King’s Men.21 91 

The Likely Lads .21 89 

Top Score; J.Fullerton 66, T.Cham- 
pion & V.Ball both 65. 


EAST DEVON HUNT 


Division One 

Pld 

Pts 

Marvels . 

.26 

36 

Culm Vale . 

.26 

34 

Talaton. 

.26 

30 

Honiton Clyst. 

.26 

30 

Ur Arrs. 

.24 

28 

Blacksmiths . 

.25 

28 

Sutton Wanderers .. 

.25 

26 

Foxenhole . 

.26 

28 

Night Owls. 

.26 

25 

Auctioneers. 

.26 

23 

Marsh Green. 

.26 

20 

Stags . 

.26 

20 

Sidford . 

.24 

14 

Upottery. 

.23 

10 

Division Two 

Pld 

Pts 

Keepers . 

.24 

32 

Latecomers . 

.24 

32 

Jack’s Lads . 

.24 

30 

A Team. 

.24 

30 

Perkins Village. 

.24 

29 

Zulu Warriors. 

.23 

27 

Cocks & Hens . 

.24 

24 

Top Cats. 

.22 

21 

Awliscombe Shoot.. 

.23 

21 

Breakaways. 

.24 

21 

Tuckers Arms. 

.23 

21 

Brooksiders. 

.23 

12 

Bakers 8. 

.24 

8 

Division Three 

Pld 

Pts 

Bashers . 

.21 

34 

Yetties . 

.21 

30 

Broadclyst. 

.23 

30 

New Inn. 

.22 

28 

Guys & Gals. 

.23 

24 

Here for the Beer ... 

.23 

24 

Goldtops. 

.24 

23 

Axe Valley. 

.23 

21 

Maynards. 

.20 

20 

Yoyo’s. 

.23 

18 

Cee Dee’s. 

.24 

15 

Alley Cats . 

.23 

14 

Earth Stoppers. 

.22 

11 

Top Score; Andrew Knight, Charlie 

Maher and Mark Vinnicombe all 86. 


rugby chard rfc 

Chard end on a high 

Chard 35 Teignmouth 24 

South West One 

THIS was a really entertaining game with both 
sides throwing the ball around at every opportu¬ 
nity writes Glyn Hughes. 

The visitors missed an early penalty in front of 
the posts before Chard took the lead with a try 
from Will Hopkinson following an excellent catch 
and drive from a lineout. Oesman converted. 

Chard were then gifted two tries when timely 
interceptions by resulted in Oesman and then 
Johnson crossing for a try a piece. Oesman added 
the extras and Chard led 21-0 after just 20 min¬ 
utes’ play. 

But shortly before the break the hosts were 
pegged back when Lidstone and Luffman crossed 
for tries to bring Teignmouth right back into the 
match. Laventure, who didn’t have the best of af¬ 
ternoon’s with the boot, added one conversion 
and at the interval Chard led 21-12. 

Ten minutes into the second half Chard lost the 
ball after some wild handling and were caught 
out by a kick ahead and Luffman made the most 
of the opportunity with his second try. Laventure 
bisected the uprights and Teignmouth were 
within two points of the lead. 

They went ahead for the first time when flanker 
Patterson drove over and at this point were good 
value for their 21-24 advantage. 

However, Chard ended the game as they had 
started it and clicked into gear in the final quar¬ 
ter. Johnson got his second try and Siljeur fin¬ 
ished things off with a typically brilliant 
individual effort. Oesman converted both to give 
Chard a fine victory. 

Chard will be particularly pleased with the ef¬ 
forts of their young front row in this game and 
finished up with three players aged 20 or under. 
Hooker Ben Robinson who played excellently 
throughout before being substituted late in the 
game also really showed that he has improved his 
all round game with some lovely passing and 
strong running. 

With such another good performance at home 
Chard will be wondering why an earth they have 
been unable to produce the same on their travels 
with poor away results ultimately costing them 
their place in South West One. 

Chard will play next season in either Western 
Counties West (WCW) or Western Counties 
North (WCN) although even Southern Counties 
is a possibility. 

The understanding is that the club would prefer 
the WCN because it will mean slightly less trav¬ 
elling but the WCW is probably a more attractive 
league. 

But it is all subjective and the final decision will 
be made by SWRFU and will no doubt depend on 
the relegation and promotions from the other 
leagues involved. 

Chard 2nd xv, who have had an up and down 
season, finished on a high with a resounding 72- 
12 win at Midsomer Norton. They will certainly 
be looking to improve on their mid table position 
next season. 

The Club awards dinner was held at the week¬ 
end with THOMAS WALDRON of Exeter chiefs 
the main guest. 

The Club AGM is this coming Thursday at 
7pm. 

Chard set for Tesco windfall 

CHARD RFC is bidding to bag a cash boost from 
the Tesco Bags of Help initiative. 

Tesco teamed up with Groundwork to launch 
its community funding scheme, which sees 
grants of £4,000, £2,000 and £1,000 - all raised from 
the 5p bag levy - awarded to local community 
projects. 

Three groups in every Tesco region have been 
shortlisted to receive the cash award and Chard 
RFC is one of the groups on the shortlist. 

CRFC Chairman Gavin Smillie said he was de¬ 
lighted that Chard Rugby Club have been short¬ 
listed as the club continues to provide rugby 
coaching and facilities in Chard and the grant 
would go towards much need lighting at the 
training ground. 

Voting is open in stores throughout May and 
June. Customers will cast their vote using a 
token given to them at the check-out in store each 
time they shop. 


boules axe valley 

Division One: Axe Cliff B 0 Kingfisher A 5; Kings 
Arms A 1 Kingfisher Rebels 4; Golden Hind B 5 
Ship Castaways 0; Fishers 3 Colyton FC 2; Whit- 
ford Warriors 3 Gerrard Arms B 2. 

Division Two: New Inn Flyers 3 Eyre Court A 
2; Shipwrecked 1 Golden Wonders 4; Kingfisher 
Stars 1 New Inners 4. 

Division Three: Lamb (mutton) 2 White Hart 
Movers 3; Cloakham Lawns 2 Axe Cliff Mixed 3. 























































































































































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darts colyton & district 


LAST Thursday was 
the last week of the 
league season. Once 
again, it's congratula¬ 
tions Halesy's Bar A & 
B, who take the win¬ 
ners/runners-up spots 
in both leagues. 

This Thursday we have 
the Pairs Qualifying at 
Halesy's Bar - note 8pm 
start. The same applies 
to the Singles Qualify¬ 
ing the following week 
at the same venue. 


League Results 

(1001/Pairs first): 

1001 pairs Tucker Cup 

Pld 

Pts 

Halesy’s Bar A. 

.22 

93 

Halesy’s Bar B. 

.22 

82 

Kings Arms . 

Vault A. 

.22 

72 

. 22 

68 

Dolphin A. 

.22 

59 

Golden Hind. 

.22 

52 

Kingfisher A . 

.22 

52 

Kingfisher B. 

.22 

49 

Vault B. 

. 22 

49 

Dolphin B. 

. 22 

37 

Clarence A. 

. 22 

26 

New Inn. 

. 22 

21 

Singles - Maundrill Cup Pld 

Pts 

HalesysBarA. 

. 22 

105 

Halesy’s Bar B. 

. 22 

90 

Kings Arms . 

. 22 

84 

Vault A. 

. 22 

77 

Dolphin A. 

. 22 

76 

Kingfisher A . 

. 22 

68 


Week 25: Vault B 3(2) 
Dolphin A 2(4); Dolphin 
B 1(3) Vault A 4(3); 
Halesy's Bar B 5(6) 
Kingfisher B 0(0). 
Week 26: Golden Hind 
2(2) Halesy's Bar B 3(4); 
Kingfisher B 5(2) Dol¬ 
phin B 0(4); Clarence A 
3(2) Vault B 2(4); Dol¬ 
phin A 3(4) Kingfisher 
A 2(2); Halesy's Bar A 
4(5) New Inn 1(1). 
Highest Makeouts: 
116 Pete Letten (Vault 
B). 

9-dart-leg: Pete Letten 
(Vault B). 

Vault B.22 68 

Golden Hind.22 55 

Kingfisher B.22 53 

Dolphin B.22 45 

Clarence A.22 35 

New Inn.22 35 

Inviduals WinsLegs 

A.Anning.21 34 

F. Jones.19 32 

S.Hayes .19 28 

V.Sweeny.19 27 

KSearle.18 32 

S.Vincent.18 25 

J.Mclennan.17 24 

M.French.17 23 

D.Hales.17 19 

C.Wantling.16 21 

G. Wood .16 21 

A.Smart.16 21 


Please send your sports 
news and photographs to; 

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cribbage round-up 


HONITON LEAGUE 

Results 13th-20th April 
Doubles Competition 
(at the Vine Inn); Win¬ 
ner -Workingmens 
Club A, runners up; 
Blacksmiths Arms. 
Knock Out Cup Final 
first leg (at the Vine 
Inn ) - Honiton Inn B 2 
Vine Inn A 6. 


Dan Down Plate 
Final - Blacksmith 
Arms 8 Workingmens 
A 16. 

FIXTURES 
Knock Out Cup Final 
second leg Thursday 
(April 27th) Vine Inn A 
v Honiton Inn B. 


AXMINSTER SUMMER LEAGUE 
Week One: Axminster Cons A 3 Axminster 
Cons B 1, Lamb Swans 2 Cloakham Lawns 2, 
Dolphin Beer 2 new Inn Kilmington 2. 

Beer Leg: Axminster Cons A 5 Axminster Cons 
B1, Lamb Swans 4 Cloakham Lawns 2, Dolphin 
Beer 2 new Inn Kilmington 4. 

Fixtures (Monday, May 1st); Losers Cup 
Round one - New Inn Kilmington v Lamb 
Swans, Dolphin Beer, Axminster Cons A. 


League Table Pld Pts 

Axminster Con Club A.1 3 

Cloakham Lawns.1 2 

Dolphin Beer.1 2 

lamb Swans .1 2 

New Inn Kilmington.1 2 

Axminster Con Club B.1 1 


Tony Rockett Beer Lge Pld Pts 

Axminster Con Club A.1 5 

Lamb Swans.1 4 

New Inn Kilmington.1 4 

Cloakcham Lawns.1 2 

Dolphin Beer.1 2 

Axminster Con Club B.1 1 


petanque honiton 

Edged out by neighbours 

HONITON'S third league match of the season 
ended in a 3-2 home defeat by early pacesetters OT- 
TERY ST MARY. 

The match followed an identical pattern to the 
previous loss to Chudleigh - standing all square at 
1-1 after the triples round before Ottery took a de¬ 
cisive lead by winning two of the doubles and 
Honiton winning the final closely fought doubles 
game. 

Triples: Cecily Young, Tony Prior & Larry Halli- 
well lost 13-9, Jenny Lavender, Chris Bigmore & 
Charlie O'Reilly won 13-8. 

Doubles: Young & Halliwell lost 13-7, Prior & 
O'Reilly lost 13-10, Lavender & Bigmore won 13-12 

Honiton captain Chris Bigmore said: "They are a 
strong team but our home advantage was nullified 
as Ottery fielded a side that had extensive experi¬ 
ence of playing on our terrain, in 2015 they shared 
our facilities. But we still took two points and are 
third place in the league, so we can't be disap¬ 
pointed with that". 

The club have an early chance of revenge as the 
next match is away at Ottery's Strawberry lane 
ground. 


tee off golf 

Honiton second in Jurassic Challenge 



HONITON 

with John Pawley 
A SENIORS team played in 
the Jurassic Challenge last 
Tuesday at LYME REGIS 
where 11 clubs entered four 
pairs each. 

Long Sutton were the win¬ 
ners with 161pts with Honi¬ 
ton second with 159. Duncan 
Hepburn & Ray Cavill fin¬ 
ished second in the pairs in¬ 
dividual, Tony Williams 
won the longest drive and 
Jim Wallis was nearest the 
pin on the eighth. 

On the same day the se¬ 
niors defeated visitors 
LONG SUTTON 3%-2% in a 
friendly. 

The Ladies recently played 
a combined foursomes and 
Killard Leavy competition - 
with the winning pair being 
nominated to represent the 
club in the Killard Leavy tro¬ 
phy at Saunton. 

The winning pair was Liz 
Rogers & Jan Portlock with 
34 points. Second were Sue 
Ritchie & Janet Hughes (32) 
followed by Liz Wood & Gill 
Johnson (31) on count-back 
from Tricia Swindell & 
Jackie Seager. 

The competition last week 
was the annual 4BBB chal¬ 
lenge between the Lady Cap¬ 
tain’s team (dressed in pink) 
and the Lady Vice Captain’s 
team (dressed in blue). The 
honours went to the Lady 
Captain’s team 5-4. 

The senior men were 
beaten 3%-2% at Sidmouth 
last Thursday, the return leg 
will be played in a few weeks 
time. 

The Anniversary Salvers 
were the prize on offer for 70 
seniors on Friday in a pairs 
competition with one to 
score off 90 per cent of hand¬ 
icap. 

Straightforward winners 
were Eric Short & Kit 
Barker with 46pts. Three 
groups followed, all with 45, 
but separated on count-back 
- Robert Canterbury & Tony 
Proudfoot came next with 
Vic Wood & Derek Herring¬ 
ton ahead of Mike Sennitt & 
John Pawley. 


With the good scores came 
a bucket of two’s - at the 2nd 
by Vic Wood, Dave Maggs, 
Alan Pollock and John Fleet- 
wood whilst the 12th gave 
birdies to Bob Cockett, 
David Pearson, Peter Clarke 
and Alan Devenny. Eric 
Short carded one at the 10th 
hole. 

The Ken Beake Trophy 
was presented to the winner 
of the Eclectic which is run 
over the winter months over 
eight rounds which allowed 
the members to record their 
best score at each hole. 

The cumulative best score 
was that of Peter Clarke, 
winning by virtue of achiev¬ 
ing his score with one round 
less than Stan Squire who 
had the same score. Prizes 
were also given to Squire, 
David Scott, Peter Blake and 
Alan Devenny. 

CRICKET ST THOMAS 

with Bert Robinson 
DUE to course maintenance, 
the scheduled monthly 
medal was postponed on 
Wednesday and the seniors 
opted instead for a three- 
man Texas scramble. 

Two teams managed sub 60 
totals with the spoils going 
to John Wandless’s side who 
fared one shot better than 
Keith Potter’s trio who fin¬ 
ished in second spot. 

A fighting finish by the trio 
led by Bob Hollingsworth 
saw them sweep through the 
field finishing in third place. 

Result: 1st John Wandless; 
Bob Rees & Ian Fielder 58.33, 
2nd Keith Potter; Mike Burt 
& Ian Housham 59.33, 3rd 
Bob Hollingsworth; Des Den¬ 
ning & Nick Gabb 60.30. 

On Tuesday the Saints’ se¬ 
nior team travelled to LONG 
SUTTON in the first round 
of the Somerset Bowl. 

Results: Danny Dowell & 
Rod Stevens won 3&1, Bob 
Barrow & Frank Martin won 
2&1, Chris Gingell & Alan 
Chance won 4&3, Roger 
Stone & George Wallace 
halved, John Wandless & 
Mike Hone won 3&2. Saints 
won4%-% overall. 


Finally, 52 Seniors at¬ 
tended the annual St 
George’s Day Bash on Fri¬ 
day a 4 Ball Better Ball com¬ 
petition. 

The fine spring conditions 
ensured that the scoring 
would be competitive which 
proved to be the case as over 
half of the 26 pairs scored 40 
+ points. 

Result: 1st Barrie Heath & 
Chris Basterfield 44 points, 
2. Martin Bargery & Bob 
Rees 43 (better back 9), 3rd 
Bob Barrow & Ian Fielder 43. 

AXE CLIFF 

with Peter Motson 
STUART Mackie won the 
Men’s section’s April Stable- 
ford with 37 points after a 
countback, from David Mor¬ 
gan. 

Meanwhile, the men 
played in the recent Easter 
Bowl competition, in medal 
format. The winner, on back 
nine countback, was Alan 
Morgan with a nett 68 from 
Alan Kenworthy also 68, and 
Gerry Binmore (69). 

The Ladies section played 
their second Medal of the 
year, combined with the 
Centenary Cup, the start of 
the summer eclectic and the 
first round of the Freddie 
Newbery putting competi¬ 
tion, so there was a lot to 
play for. 


The course was in beauti¬ 
ful condition and the compe¬ 
tition was very closely 
fought. 

In first place Margaret 
Kenchington with a net 76 
from Jo Donmall (77), Jill 
Wellington (78) and fourth 
on countback, Helen Ken¬ 
worthy (78). 

Barbara Cummings & Jill 
Wellington played the first 
round of the County Inter 
Club Doris Wills Foursomes 
at Sidmouth against East 
Devon and had a convincing 
win to go through to the next 
round. 

The Axe Cliff EASTER 
EGG competition attracted 
39 competitors and results 
were as follows (with the 
best two scores per team to 
count): Best Overall were: 
Ronnie Reed, Jason Farrant 
& Ian Griffin with 83 points 

Best Men winners were: 
Alan Kenworthy, Paul Clode 
& Matt Coburn 79, Best 
Mixed team: Sandra, Chris & 
Gavin Walker 78, Best 
Guest: Margaret Kenching¬ 
ton, Anna Jacobs & Simon 
Matthews 74, Best Seniors: 
Nigel Garwood, Adrian 
Bishop & Richard Orsman 
(71, on countback). 

Axe Cliff played their first 
Emerton Court match at 
Dawlish Warren with a team 
of 10 plus two reserves and 


led by our single handicap- 
per Tony Strong. 

Axe Cliff lost 3-2 which but 
are in a good position for our 
return match at home on 
25th May. The winning pairs 
were; Peter Hornsby & John 
Hanna and Gilbert Cox & 
Rob Grove. 

The ladies played their 
Foursomes Cup competition 
as stroke play format with 
half the combined handicap 
to count. Pairs were drawn, 
high and low handicap to¬ 
gether. 

The winners were Stella 
Thompson & Janet Dack 
with a net 79.5. Jo Donmall 
& Diane Rogers were second 
with 80.5. 

The Ladies won a Sheelah 
Creasy fixture 5-2 at home 
against YELVERTON. 

Meanwhile the Seniors 
went down 4 V 2 -IV 2 against 
Woodbury. Malcolm Glass & 
Chris Walker managed the 
win while Bill Polley & 
Leighton Morgan halved. 

The Seniors played a 
medal match last Friday 
which was won by R Cook 
(HC 23) with a net 71. In 2nd 
place was A Morgan (HC 14) 
net 72 followed by J Pugh 
(HC 21) net 75 and Rob Grove 
(HC 18) also scored a net 75. 
T Strong, R Groves, M 
Tomes and A Vincent all 
carded 2s. 


starter's orders running news 


Axe Valley Runners 

with Dave Mutter 
THERE was glorious weather, if 
anything a bit too hot for the 
iconic LONDON MARATHON. 

Duncan Staddon was first AVR 
home 5,169th out of over 39,000 
finishers in 3:24:03 followed by 
Graham Newton 6,052nd, 3:34:38. 
Graham was 21st in the 65-69 age 
category. Emma Kiernan was 
9,783rd, 3:46:59. Margaret Pearce 
was 10,471st, 3:49:59; Alan Mor- 
bey 13,799th, 4:01:54; Angela Kerr 
21,071st, 4:31:35; Kirstin Harwood 
26,552nd, 4:54:08; Anthony Bailey 
27,097th, 4:56:25 and Fiona Pyle 
29,843rd, 5:10:1. 

Chard Road Runners 

with Paul Masters 
CHARD Road Runners headed 
off to take part in the LONDON 
MARATHON on Sunday. 

Results: Dan Cahill 2:58:34, 
Bernie Genge and Jeremy Taylor 
both 3:13:25, Nina Wagstaff 
3:21:14, Paul Masters 3:37:42, 
Addie Douglass 4:19:37, Matt 
Baker 4:37:42 Simon Halls 4:52:07. 

Meanwhile, Gavin Wyatt took 
part in the BOLT HEAD 2 HEAD 
CHALLENGE finishing in 
02:05:34 in a firld of 93 runners 
who enjoyed te South West Coast 
Path around Hope Cove. 



T HE Presentation evening for 
all organisations that helped 
make the Grizzly yet another 
success was held on Friday 
evening at Winston's in Seaton. 

A total of 75 organisations re¬ 
ceived a percentage of the 
£29,450 AVR were able to donate. 

The total amount since 1997 that 
AVR have donated to charities var¬ 


ious is £364,450. 

Each representative was invited 
to say how their money would be 
spent and varied from illuminated 
batons for Seaton Majorettes, Um- 
borne Village Hall kitchen exten¬ 
sion, a multi-sensory garden at the 
back of Seaton library and British 
Lung Foundation. 

An AVR spokesman said: "The 


Grizzly would not be possible with¬ 
out all the help, but it is organised 
by a small band of volunteers 
headed by race director Tony 
Smith along with marshal maestro 
Rick Wood, Steve Haines, Carol 
Austin, Tim Sibley and Phil Bayliss 
with Eleanor Wood keeping the 
group well fed and watered during 
the long committee meetings." 



































































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