Bideford, England Newswire (Page 9)

Bideford, England Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. The family of Clive Colling say he has been found after body discovered in riverRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2017 | North Devon Gazette

    Subject to identification, the family of Clive Colling believe it was his body found in the river at Bideford on Good Friday. Picture: AW Photographic 'RIP Clive you are with my mum/your wife now' - step daughter says subject to formal identification, the person found in the river on Friday is their missing father Clive Colling The step daughter of missing Bideford man Clive Colling has taken to Facebook to say that subject to formal identification their dad's body has been found.

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  2. Candlelit vigil at Bideford Quay after body is found in riverRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2017 | North Devon Gazette

    Bideford Quay is lit by candles after news the person found in the river on Friday might be someone who went missing in January People gathered at Bideford Quay to pay their respects after a body was recovered from the river earlier in the day. Picture: AW Photographic & Effects People gathered at Bideford Quay this evening to place candles and tributes in memory of the person whose body was recovered from the river earlier in the day.

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  3. PICTURES: Torridgeside edge Appledore in South West Peninsula derbyRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2017 | North Devon Gazette

    Appledore keeper Jimmy Thorne had saved Kenneally's 80th-minute spot-kick, but unwittingly parried the ball straight back to the substitute, who side-footed the ball into the net. But for the home side, in front of the biggest league crowd of the season, it's a welcome lift after what was looking to be a somewhat flat end to the season.

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  4. Woolacombe nurse wins top travel grant to help people with diabetesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 13, 2017 | North Devon Gazette

    A North Devon nurse has been awarded a prestigious fellowship to travel abroad to learn about new ways of tackling diabetes. Gayle Richards, from Woolacombe, has won a Travelling Fellowship from the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust after beating 1,031 other applications and 285 people at interview stage.

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  5. Body pulled from River Torridge in BidefordRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2017 | North Devon Gazette

    Police say body found in River Torridge in Bideford could be that of a person reported missing from Bideford in January. This body was subsequently recovered and property located in clothing suggests that this may be a reported missing person from the Bideford area that has been missing since early January 2017.

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  6. Cardboard Boat Regatta is coming to BidefordRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 13, 2017 | North Devon Gazette

    Will you be entering a cardboard boat racing team at Bideford Water Festival? Pictured: Libby Worley, assistant manager at Aldi Bideford; Sam Lindsey, Aldi area manager; Judy Whitmore, graphic designer at Atlas Packaging, and Jacqui Willoughby, president of The Rotary Club of Bideford Will you be entering a team into the new Cardboard Boat Regatta, in a bid to be the last boat floating on the River Torridge? A new boat race will be taking place on the River Torridge in Bideford this July - but with a quirky twist. Water Festival committee chairman, Jacquie Willoughby, said: "We have been inspired by a wonderful cardboard boat race held annually by a Rotary club in Florida.

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  7. SWP League: Appledore get back on track with win over Crediton UnitedRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 11, 2017 | North Devon Gazette

    The Fishermen went some way to getting over last week's shock 9-1 defeat to University of Exeter by beating Crediton United 5-1 at Marshford. The win takes Appledore back into third in Division One East, although wins for Teignmouth and Stoke Gabriel have left them seven points from the top.

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  8. Teenage girl pinned down and mugged in Bideford - for A 13 and tobaccoRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 11, 2017 | North Devon Gazette

    The girl was walking in an alley behind Geneva Court between 8.15pm and 8.30pm on Wednesday, April 5, when she was approached from behind by two people. The Bideford girl was grabbed and pinned to the ground as the two rifled through her pockets and removed her jacket.

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  9. Football League: Seven goals for Damian Green keeps Sporting Barum's run goingRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 8, 2017 | North Devon Gazette

    Two wins in two days took Braunton back to the top of the North Devon Gazette Premier at the weekend. Jordan Evans scored two in the win, with Russell Harrison, Ross Maynard, Luke Austen, Scott Maynard and Dan Roberts also netting.

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  10. Art exhibition and free gift cards at Atlantic Village in Bideford this EasterRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2017 | North Devon Gazette

    Atlantic Village in Bideford will be hosting an art exhibition this Easter weekend, as well as giving away free gift cards on Easter Sunday. Torridge Arts and Crafts, a new association of artists, will be showing off their work in the mall from Friday, April 14, until Monday, April 17. As well as an array of different artwork, different local artists will be working in the mall and answering any questions.

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  11. Ricky Barrow and Jim Capron win Bideford Bay 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 4, 2017 | North Devon Gazette

    Saunton captain Graham Davidson and Royal North Devon president David Miller present the Bideford Bay trophy to winners Ricky Barrow and Jim Capron. Saunton Golf Club's Ricky Barrow and Jim Capron negotiated the two courses with a score of 74 points to win.

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  12. Could you take on the Ultimate Team Challenge in Bideford?Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 6, 2017 | North Devon Gazette

    Teams are invited to compete to be fastest round the Ultimate Adventure Centre in aid of Children's Hospice South West. The event, at the Ultimate Adventure Centre in Bideford, is being held in aid of Children's Hospice South West .

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  13. Freemasons donate teddy bears to North Devon victims of domestic abuseRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 6, 2017 | North Devon Gazette

    They handed them over to North Devon Against Domestic Abuse at the Re:store charity shop in Bideford on Wednesday, April 5. "The teddy bears will be on the children's pillows when they arrive, and it's something they can take with them when they leave. David Glaholm, master of the North Devon Freemasons lodge, said: "A few senior members of the North Devon Freemasons lodge made a substantial donation to TLC.

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  14. Vandals destroy pavilion of cricket club in WestleighRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 6, 2017 | North Devon Gazette

    Almost every pane of glass in Westleigh Cricket Club's pavilion was smashed overnight on Tuesday, with four sliding doors and three other windows destroyed. Westleigh captain, James Starkey, said: "It was only a few years ago that someone decided that they wanted to burn it down, and now, someone has decided to smash all of the windows.

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  15. Interactive: Find your North Devon and Torridge county election candidatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2017 | North Devon Gazette

    Will you be voting when elections are held for Devon County Council on Thursday, May 4? Find your local candidates here Do you know who your local North Devon and Torridge candidates are for the Devon County Council elections this May? Scroll down and search our interactive table for the people standing for election - just type in your ward, such as 'Bideford' or 'Ilfracombe' and our search function will do the rest. There are a total of 13 county council seats up for grabs across both districts, with 38 hopeful candidates in North Devon and 26 in Torridge.

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  16. Football League: Boca Seniors smash Bideford with 14-1 winRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 4, 2017 | North Devon Gazette

    Three points for both Boca Seniors and Braunton kept things tight at the top of the North Devon Gazette Premier. Boca did so in some style, more than hitting double figures in a 14-1 win over Bideford CAFC at Mill Road.

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  17. How much is the new 12-sided A 1 coin costing North Devon?Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 4, 2017 | North Devon Gazette

    The new 12-sided 1 coin came into circulation last week - but how much has it cost the councils, hospital and North Devon businesses to upgrade their machines? The new, 12-sided A 1 coins are in circulation - but local councils will need tens-of-thousands of them to pay off bills to update their parking machines. North Devon Council and Torridge District Council have had to spend a combined total of more than A 14,000 to upgrade their parking meters to accept the new-shaped coin.

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  18. Police investigate criminal damage in BidefordRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 4, 2017 | North Devon Gazette

    It is thought the damage was caused by a person or several people throwing stones between 11pm on Saturday, April 1, and 1am on Sunday, April 2. PCSO Dan Hirst said: "The garden in question borders the grounds of The Old Rectory building on Abbotsham Road, and it would appear that the offending party has caused further damage here after first gaining entry to the building. "The area of The Old Rectory is private property and members of the public are not permitted to be there.

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  19. Braunton's Caen Street reopens as roadworks endRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 1, 2017 | North Devon Gazette

    The first phase of a two-stage scheme to reduce flood at Caen Street in Braunton has now been completed. Larger diameter drainage pipes have been installed and an improved outlet which will allow surface water to flow from the middle of the road toward the river.

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  20. Pictures and Video: Red line demo against hospital cuts in BidefordRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2017 | North Devon Gazette

    It was part of the countrywide 'You can't Fool Us' day organised by Save Our Hospital Services Devon amid fear of cuts to services under the looming NHS England Sustainability and Transformation Plan . Similar protests were also held around North Devon, including one with hundreds of protesters marching on North Devon District Hospital.

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