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  1. BOXING: Tiverton holding bumper show at the Heathcoat Club tomorrowRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2014 | This is The West Country

    TIVERTON ABC are all ready for their open show at the Heathcoat Club on Saturday which will feature a bumper card of 17 bouts. Tiverton 's Alex Jones will top the bill, boxing over 3x3 minute rounds without headguards against Holland Park's Sam Malone.

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  2. North Devon October half term activities: your family friendly guideRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2014 | North Devon Gazette

    Looking for half term activities in North Devon? Find out what family-friendly fun is occurring during October half term week here... School's out, Halloween and Bonfire Night are around the corner, and there is plenty of half term fun in North Devon this coming week. Here's our go-to guide for things to do in North Devon this half term week for all the family.

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  3. North Devon League Premier Division: Emilio Bennett wins Bideford...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2014 | This Is North Devon

    Appledore 2 Bideford 3: It was a debut to remember for Emilio Bennett as the Bideford player sprung from the bench and earned his side a match-winning penalty. Phill Kelly and Greg Holland scored for the away side before Tom Barton and Marc Clark drew Appledore game level.

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  4. Court listings: Find out who has been sentenced in North Devon...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 22, 2014 | This Is North Devon

    Stuart Polhill, 68, of Rectory Farm, Halwill, Beaworthy, was fined A 4,969.36 for failing to stop using a dwelling house on land he owned, demolish it and remove all resulting materials after being ordered to do so by Torridge District Council. David Sumner, 40, of Tarry Lane, Ilfracombe, was fined A 150 and ordered to keep his Bull Mastiff named Cooper under proper control for not keeping the dog under proper control in High Street, Ilfracombe.

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  5. North Devon youth football round-up: Braunton's perfect startRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 22, 2014 | This Is North Devon

    BRAUNTON Wanderers Under-16s beat Kilkhampton 4-1 to maintain their perfect start to West Country Cleaning Services North Devon Youth League season. Doubles from Sean Hudson and Ollie Stevens gave Braunton the win but it could have been more but for a fantastic performance from the Kilkhampton goalkeeper, including a penalty save.

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  6. North Devon Football: Torridgeside up to third with Shebbear winRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 22, 2014 | North Devon Gazette

    Torridgeside's impressive start to the North Devon Gazette Football League Premier Division season continued on Saturday as they dispatched Shebbear United. Torridgeside have become a force in the top tier again this season after an indifferent 2013/14 season, and racked up a fifth win in their opening eight games this weekend.

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  7. Four North Devon schools come together for Shakespeare Schools...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 22, 2014 | This Is North Devon

    FOUR schools from across North Devon are teaming up to perform a series of plays as part of the Shakespeare Schools Festival next month. On November 3, pupils from Pilton Community College, Park Community School, Braunton Academy and Bideford College will join forces to put on four plays at The Queen's Theatre in Barnstaple.

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  8. Disaster for North Devon fishing industryRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 20, 2014 | North Devon Gazette

    A ban on ray fishing could well spell the death of fishing in North Devon and cost the region 100m a year... Local fishermen are facing selling their boats and Appledore Fish Dock has closed down after the unexpected ban left the industry contemplating the loss of almost three quarters of its revenue. The Marine Management Organisation has levied the ban, which includes the Bristol Channel, after the country as a whole went over its quota for the year.

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  9. lynbarefoot63 created A deep tissue massage for only 20 saving ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2014 | Bideford People

    After winning a voucher I was looking for treatment for myself and my 14 yr old daughter who has autism .Having lyn come to our house was perfect.Her treatments have been amazing and to say a HUGE success is an understatement.It has helped my daughter to relax.reduce anxieties and sleep better.As a mum it has been lovely to witness and of course i have enjoyed some pampering time too.Lyn has been fantastic.professional and showed a genuine interest.We now have regular quality evenings and brilliant prices.I highly recommend this to eveyone. A deep tissue massage for only A 20 saving you A 10. This is a great massage if you have aches and pains caused by poor posture or your occupation.

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  10. Exmouth Town all set for League Cup tie against AppledoreRead the original story

    Oct 16, 2014 | Exmouth Journal

    Exmouth Town are in cup action this Saturday when they entertain Appledore in the Walter C Parsons Cup, the league cup competition for the South West Peninsula League, writes John Dibsdall. They despatched Premier side Bovey Tracey in the first round 3-1 and Town will be looking to avoid the potential banana skin they slipped up on last year when they were defeated by Budleigh Salterton in the same competition.

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  11. Bideford move for South Molton Recycle centreRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2014 | North Devon Gazette

    South Molton Recycle Centre has put in plans to move its waste transfer operations to East the Water in Bideford. The Keystone Centre in Gammaton Road was used by TE Connectivity but has stood vacant since the factory shut down last year with 250 job losses.

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  12. Barefoot Nails and Beauty located in BidefordRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 7, 2012 | This Is North Devon

    Lyn Barefoot, of Barefoot Nails and Beauty, is a mobile therapist offering treatments in the comfort of your own home. Having gained diplomas at The Carlton Institute and being fully insured, Lyn works in Bideford and surrounding areas offering manicures, Gel polish tinting, facials, bridal make-up, massage and spray tans.

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  13. Referee abandons Appledore v Brixham Devon Premier Cup fixtureRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 13, 2014 | This Is North Devon

    REFEREE Mark Chance surprised everyone as he abandoned the Carl Throgmorton Devon Premier Cup fixture between Appledore and Brixham with 20 minutes to play. Goals from Danny Jenkins and Sam Fishwick had put the home side into a comfortable 2-0 lead but the game was called off after the referee sent off Brixham manager Jason Couch and had a discussion with an away fan.

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  14. River runs through it to put spring in the step of family farmers ;...Read the original story

    Oct 12, 2014 | Customer Interaction Solutions

    Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Diversification is a buzzword in agriculture. Farmers are always being told to try something else or add value to their products.

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  15. North Devon League Premier Division: Five sent off in Braunton...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2014 | This Is North Devon

    Sam Box and Ross Maynard opened the scoring for Braunton before Harry Stevens hit back for Torridgeside on 60 minutes. The game soon descended into mayhem with Braunton's Tom White and Torridgeside's Nathan Walters, Neil Bettiss, Marc Bettiss and Ian Cockwill all seeing red over the course of the last 20 minutes.

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  16. Torridge District Council members reject controversial 'merger' with South Hams and West DevonRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 10, 2014 | North Devon Gazette

    There are fears Torridge District Council's reputation has been left in tatters after the councillors rejected a radical proposal to join forces with district councils in the South Hams and West Devon. Members considered three cost saving plans at a packed meeting in Bideford Town Hall on Thursday night, one of which could have resulted in 72 job losses at the council.

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  17. Rugby preview: Chard v BarnstapleRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 10, 2014 | This Is North Devon

    BARNSTAPLE will be hoping to put their worst start to a National League Three South West season behind them when they visit Chard tomorrow . Not since 2009 have the North Devon side lost four of their first five games but they were three bonus points better off at this stage five years ago.

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  18. Top 10 things to do in North Devon this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 10, 2014 | North Devon Gazette

    Discounted entry to wildlife park, watching One Direction, entering our Cute Pet Competition and plenty of foodie fun will keep you entertained this weekend! Photographer Andy Casey, pictured with his dog Sprocket and Trelawney@Ashford's Steph Batstone, is urging animal lovers to enter their pets in this year's Cute Pets competition, taking place at the garden centre on Sunday, October 12. Picture: Submitted The weather might be turning autumnal but there is still plenty to do in North Devon. From foodie fun to special discounts just for Gazette readers, you'll find something for all the family this weekend.

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  19. Bideford woman involved in A39 crash near Barnstaple diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 8, 2014 | North Devon Gazette

    Police have closed the A39 between the Westleigh junction at Bideford and the Roundswell roundabout at Barnstaple. Picture: Andy Casey Photography The 49-year-old, named locally at Linda Horrell, died in hospital yesterday night as police continue to appeal for witnesses.

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  20. Fears for major Torridge job lossesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 7, 2014 | North Devon Gazette

    Unions have expressed 'shock and dismay' at proposals by Torridge District Council to cut 72 jobs as part of a merging with two out-of-area councils. On Thursday a special meeting of the full council at Bideford Town Hall will consider three options as it bids to save A 1.1million.

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