Tuesday, March 28, 2017

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Campaigners try to raise £75,000 for judicial review into Honiton Hospital...

A FUNDRAISING campaign has been launched in Honiton to pay for a judicial review into the NEW Devon CCG’s decision to remove inpatient beds...

Honiton theatre group boost for three local charities

HONITON Community Theatre Company presented three local charities with generous donations following collections from their latest productions. ‘Private Peaceful’, which was staged last November, and...

Weymouth’s Waterfest axed

IN a shock announcement Weymouth BID say that this year’s Waterfest event will not be taking place in September. The Business Investment District has backed the...

Man rescued from bramble filled ditch

A FIRE engine from Chard was sent to Glynswood to assist the police in the rescue of a male person who was stuck in a...
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Tommy Tabberer cup final slots up for grabs

THE Perry Street & District League’s Tommy Tabberer Cup Finalists are set to be decided on Saturday. Barrs Lane is the venue for the Charmouth...

Membership growing as Honiton angling club celebrate successful season

HONITON Sea Angling Club recently held its annual presentation evening at the Hare & Hounds public house to celebrate a successful year. The main...

Honiton gymnasts show strength-in-depth at South West Prelims

  ONE after the other Honiton gymnasts stepped onto the podium to collect honours at the weekend, as 19 partnerships medaled at the annual South...

National call-up for Holyrood Academy’s Szydetko

HOLYROOD Academy Sixth Form BTEC Sport student Emil Szydetko was recently selected to represent the Poland U20 National Rugby team. Szydetko, who recently joined...

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ENTERTAINMENT

On the showbiz beat: Acting isn’t just kept on the stage

Shakespeare said "All the world's a stage" and for most of us, daily life involves a series of roles we have to portray in...

On the showbiz beat: It’s not all song and dance at...

In theatre, just like in life, it’s good to occasionally be taken out of your comfort zone and this is something I’ve had to...

Lyme’s West End star lands lead role in Jersey Boys

Former Woodroffe School student Luke Street will be learning how to “Walk Like a Man” over the next few months as he has landed...

On the showbiz beat: Time to turn the mobiles off, theatregoers

My theatrical enjoyment was once again hampered this week by the scourge of the mobile phone. It comes in a week when the government has...

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Honiton theatre group boost for three local charities

HONITON Community Theatre Company presented three local charities with generous donations following collections from their latest productions. ‘Private Peaceful’, which was staged last November, and...

Honiton runner inspired deaf students for Escot Mud Run

A DEAF student careworker from Honiton challenged students from Exeter Deaf Academy to test their grit determination and physical endurance by training them for...

Jacqui and Mike celebrate five years at The Volunteer

JACQUI and Mike Down, owners of The Volunteer Inn in Ottery St Mary, are celebrating a successful first five years at the pub. The couple,...

Campaigners try to raise £75,000 for judicial review into Honiton Hospital bed closures

A FUNDRAISING campaign has been launched in Honiton to pay for a judicial review into the NEW Devon CCG’s decision to remove inpatient beds...

Testudo Players kicked out of Seaton venue after 50 years

HALL MANAGEMENT SAYS GROUP FAILED TO DEMONSTRATE "POSITIVE PARTNERSHIP APPROACH" TESTUDO Players claims to have been forced out of Seaton Gateway (a/k/a the town hall) for...

Axminster Guildhall back in the black

AXMINSTER Guildhall has bounced back from difficult times by recording a £20,000 plus profit. Those attending Axminster Annual Parish Meeting last week (March 20th) heard that...

Weymouth’s Waterfest axed

IN a shock announcement Weymouth BID say that this year’s Waterfest event will not be taking place in September. The Business Investment District has backed the...

Beaminster man given county-wide CBO

A BEAMINSTER man has been made the subject of a county-wide Criminal Behaviour in Dorset. Daniel Oliver Williams, aged 41 and of Hogshill Street, was...

West Bay dredging works delayed

DREDGING works at West Bay have been rescheduled due to unforeseen circumstances. Works at West Bay will start again today (Monday, March 27th) and run...

Police appeal after failure to stop collision near Weymouth

OFFICERS are appealing for witnesses after a fail-to-stop collision near Weymouth. The incident happened at around 2.30pm on Tuesday, March 21st on the B3157 near...

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