Bideford, England Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. Children's Hospice South West celebrates record-breaking... 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 11 | This Is North Devon

    A RECORD number of cyclists have powered through North Devon on their way to raising nearly A 100,000 for Children's Hospice South West. Taking place across three day and through three counties, Ride for Precious Lives sees cyclists from across the country peddle the 205 miles between each of the region's three children's hospices.

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  2. Yeo relative seeks assistance in locating filmRead the original story

    Monday Jul 11 | The Guardian

    My name is Chris Dyke and I am a distant relative of James Yeo by way of the Ings Clan. Ten years ago I purchased a taped movie from the Canadian Film Board showing the arrival of James Yeo from Bideford, England as he came ashore at Richmond Bay, P.E.I. The date would be roughly 1820.

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  3. Bowser century seals T20 win for North DevonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 11 | North Devon Gazette

    The Instow side beat Bideford by 105 runs at the North Devon area final, which was held at Barnstaple and Pilton Cricket Club. Bowser scored 100 from 64 balls on the way to the his team's total of 185-2, seeing out the innings after opening alongside Ed Yeo.

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  4. Which North Devon towns offer the best chance of a long life?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 11 | This Is North Devon

    PEOPLE in North Devon must take more responsibility for their own wellbeing in order to live healthier lives for longer. That's the message of a new report which has delved into the status of the county's public health, and what can be done to improve it.

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  5. North Devon invited to draw up new seaside 'wish lists'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 8 | North Devon Gazette

    A further A 200,000 has been pledged to help set up to 20 new Coastal Community Teams across Britain, joining the 118 teams already formed. CCTs have already been established in Barnstaple, Bideford, Fremington, Ilfracombe and Lynton and Lynmouth - but more communities are now encouraged to apply.

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  6. North Devon band find each other through letters pageRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | North Devon Gazette

    Soul Intention : Mike Bartholemew, Penny Carless, Terry Thorpe, Andy Vowles, Chris Line, Alan King, Jim Pryor, Chris Broadhead, Arther Popham, Tom Norden, Trevor Davis. Not picture: Vic Wattley.

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  7. North Devon volunteers honoured for football contributionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | North Devon Gazette

    Devon FA gave long service awards to Alan Stevens, Dave Langford, Michael Brennan, Ian Hart, Gina Maynard and Peter Evans at its AGM, held last month at the Barnstaple Hotel. Stevens was honoured for his role at Barnstaple AAC, where he was involved in many playing and coaching roles from 1978 until the club's final game in May. Langford was given the award for his work coaching players of all ages at Hartland and Exeter City's North Devon Academy.

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  8. PICTURES: Fire fighters rescue 'casualties' from Westward Ho! flatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | North Devon Gazette

    Shocked residents watched on as 30 fire fighters attended a 'fire' in Westward Ho! - which turned out to form part of a training exercise. Residents of Westward Ho! may have been shocked to see smoke coming from the Horizon View flats on the seafront yesterday evening .

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  9. Ford steers Bideford to seven wicket winRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | North Devon Gazette

    Hatherleigh were the latest side to fall by the wayside against in-form Lewdown, going down by 41 runs to the A Division's second-placed side. Lewdown opener Johannes Wessels had a rare failure - he was bowled by Sean Leatheren for 17 - but there were runs elsewhere down the order.

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  10. Smoke and flames issuing from Croyde chimneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 4 | North Devon Gazette

    Fire fighters were called out to Croyde this morning and had to call for backup after discovering flames issuing from chimney. A crew from Braunton arrived at Combas Farm at 8.53am to find smoke and flames issuing from the chimney.

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  11. Consultation on taxi licences in TorridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 1 | North Devon Gazette

    The council's last survey in 2012 showed there was a reduction in passengers using the Bideford taxi rank since 2008. The last report also found there was no significant, unment demand for taxis and the council currently only provides 49 metered taxi licenses.

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  12. Football League constitution unveiledRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | North Devon Gazette

    Nine new teams will enter the league, partly due to the folding of the Kingsley League last week, bringing the total number of teams up to 61. There will be 16 teams in the Premier Division this season, with 15 in the Senior, Intermediate One and Intermediate Two. Hartland and Georgeham and Croyde go up from the Senior, and with Torridgeside leaving for the South West Peninsula League, no teams were relegated.

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  13. Your chance to become lord of the manor on the cheap: Seven-bedroom ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 1 | Daily Mail

    Your chance to become lord of the manor on the cheap: Seven-bedroom Georgian country house goes on the market for just A 350,000 because it's in such a decrepit state The chance to buy a seven-bedroom Georgian country house set among beautiful surroundings for just A 350,000 sounds exciting. But just wait until you see the amount of work required to restore this time capsule of a property in Buck's Mill, Devon, to its former glory.

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  14. LOT 1 at ShebbearRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 30 | FarmingUK

    Moortown Court Farm is a beautiful ring fenced grassland farm that also has very attractive areas of woodland across the holding offering a combination of commercial farmland and land high in conservation and amenity. The main 4 bedroom farmhouse sits in the centre of the farm surrounded by traditional stone farm buildings and modern farm buildings in a courtyard setting.

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  15. Police praise 'life-saving' duo in Bideford bridge dramaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 29 | North Devon Gazette

    Police have praised the actions of two men who 'potentially saved a life' during a rush hour drama on the Torridge Bridge. RSPCA fundraiser 'Russ' - who prefers not to give his full name - was driving over the bridge on Tuesday of last week when he saw a man apparently trying to climb over the fence.

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  16. Filleigh edge out Barnstaple in North Devon derbyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | North Devon Gazette

    Budleigh were second from top going into the game - and Hatherleigh third from bottom - so the outcome was a surprise. Opener Matt Thomas carried his bat for 162 - his second league ton of the season - as Hatherleigh amassed 273 for six.

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  17. Young citizen of the year award for Bideford manRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | North Devon Gazette

    His nomination said: "Scott is a remarkable young man who has overcome personal challenges and freely gives his time to volunteer and help others." Only people who register and sign up to our terms and conditions can post comments.

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  18. Police seek man spotted 'interfering' with seagull nestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | North Devon Gazette

    The man, described as white with long hair in a ponytail and a beard, was seen interfering with seagulls in the Highfield Road area on June 3 and 14. It is an offence to intentionally injure or kill any gull, or to take, damage or destroy an active nest or its contents . Only people who register and sign up to our terms and conditions can post comments.

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  19. Volunteers are invited aboard Torrington's heritage railwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 22, 2016 | North Devon Gazette

    The Tarka Valley Railway is looking for new volunteer as it works on laying track on the old Torrington to Bideford line. The Tarka Valley Railway charity has the ultimate aim of reopening the old line from Torrington to Bideford, working from its base on the platform of Torrington Station, next to the Puffing Billy.

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  20. Furry football fan is looking for her perfect matchRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 22, 2016 | North Devon Gazette

    This playful staffie at Ilfracombe Dogs Trust loves nothing more than a good kick-around and is looking for her forever home. As England approaches the next stage of the Euro 2016 competition, one furry fotball fan is hoping to find her perfect match.

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