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  1. Honiton Colts bag fine cup success over SidmouthRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Midweek Herald

    Honiton Colts confirmed their place in the Devon Colts Cup League with a convincing 39-0 win over Sidmouth, writes Paz Parratt. However, quick delivery allowed the ball to find its way out to Ben Kidson who ran in under the posts within the first minute of the game to give Honiton the perfect start! Dion Warner was next in with a strong run through the centre and another successful Oaten kick extended the lead.

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  2. Honiton Bowling 25th anniversary goes very wellRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Exmouth Journal

    The Honiton Bowling Club celebrated the 25th anniversary of their indoor rink on Sunday afternoon. Ref mhsp 1794-48-14SH Picture: Simon Horn Honiton Bowling Club staged an Australian Pairs meeting in conditions that were certainly not as hot as in the antipodes, writes Julie Grant.

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  3. EDDC set to ditch SkyPark moveRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Sidmouth Herald

    Significant changes to the preferred location of new council offices in East Devon will be discussed at cabinet next week . Cabinet will hear the latest developments since it was last reported in February and how changing market conditions mean that SkyPark is no longer the preferred option.

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    14 hrs ago | This Is Exeter

    EAST Devon District Council has announced its U-turn decision to relocate to Honiton and Exmouth instead of SkyPark on the outskirts of Exeter. A spokesperson for the council confirmed that the final decision to relocate to SkyPark was only going to be made once all the pieces of the "complex jigsaw" were known, and "market conditions" mean that SkyPark is no longer the preferred option.

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  5. Ottery St Mary Short Mat Bowls stage successful charity competitionRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Sidmouth Herald

    The Sunday winners at Ottery St Mary; ; Brab Hallowes, Val and Phil Lucas, Motley Crew. Mary Bolshaw Arthur Cuff, Motley Crew.

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  6. Bed losses 'tip of the iceberg'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Sidmouth Herald

    Ottery protesters arrived at Devon County Council HQ at County Hall on Monday afternoon. Ref sho 1135-47-14SH Picture: Simon Horn A coachload of campaigners staged a protest on the steps on County Hall this week in opposition to proposals which will see Ottery's hospital lose its inpatient beds.

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  7. Sidmouth bag superb victory ovger OkehamptonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Sidmouth Herald

    Sidmouth Chiefs continued their good run of home form with a well-deserved bonus point 32-17 win against Okehampton, writes Terry O'Brien. Despite heavy rain during the week, the conditions were good, allowing the talented Sidmouth backs to flourish.

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  8. Sidmouth Toucans edged out by Signs South WestRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | Sidmouth Herald

    Sidmouth Toucans returned to action and competed well against Signs South West before going down by just five goals. The ladies had been scheduled to resume their league campaign the week before, but rain washed out the game and they travelled to Honiton in more bad weather which, thankfully, has settled by the time the match began.

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  9. Madeira ladies enjoy success in national competitionsRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 19 | Exmouth Journal

    In the mixed fours there was a 25-14 win for Jan Roberts, Ken Roberts, Janine Orchard and Mike Orchard when they came up against a four from Kingsley. mates Jean Rainton and Janine Orchard whilst in another pairs encounter Jan Roberts and Catherine King won 21-16 against Yvonne Rainer and Carole Binmore from Honiton.

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  10. Rugby Cornwall & Devon: Withycombe host Hayle looking to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 19 | This Is Exeter

    The long-time Cornwall & Devon leaders were knocked off top spot last time out when they went down 37-35 at Saltash. Saltash are the new leaders, but only by virtue of a plus-10 points difference as the teams are level on wins and bonus points.

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  11. HONITON: Sports leaders must speak up for facilitiesRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Pulmans Weekly News

    A RALLYING call has been issued to sports leaders to "stand up and speak up" for improved facilities in Honiton. East Devon District Council is in the process of creating a 'strategy' document for future pitch provision, and the views of club representatives could "make the difference" between winning and losing funding for certain projects.

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  12. Honiton mum launches campaign for improved safety at town libraryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | Midweek Herald

    A Honiton mother is campaigning for improved safety measures at the town's library after quick-thinking staff saved her son from potential disaster. Mum-of-two Chloe Tupper, of Hale Lane, is hoping to raise enough money for a safety gate to be installed across Honiton Library's children's area.

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    Monday Nov 17 | This Is Exeter

    Around 650 streetlights in residential streets in Duryard and Pennsylvania in Exeter will be converted to part-night lighting from Wednesday. Streetlights previously on all-night will be switched off from about 12:30am to 5:30am, before coming on again until dawn.

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  14. Crews tackle Colyton cooker blazeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | Midweek Herald

    Fire officers from Colyton, Honiton and Sidmouth were mobilised to a report of an aga on fire inside a thatched property in Farway, Colyton last Friday . The incident involved a small fire in the aga [a cast iron range cooker], which was on the ground floor of the detached property in Ball Lane.

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  15. Sidmouth powering on in Sidmouth Leisure Centre Indoor LeagueRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 13 | Sidmouth Herald

    Sidmouth have beaten all that have come before them, winning their first six games and they top the table by six points from a trio of teams sharing second place. The Sidmouth success story began on match day one with an 85-run win over Newton Poppleford.

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  16. Sidmouth Ladies bag Masons Trophy joyRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 13 | Sidmouth Herald

    It's a big hooray for Sidmouth Ladies this week as they bounced back from cup disappointment to net success sin another cup, writes Susie Bonnell. After the disappointment of an early exit from the Yetton Trophy the ladies sent their B team into Masons Trophy second round action against Honiton B. The format was one team home and one team away, but given the fact that Honiton ladies are always a force to be reckoned with, it was never going to be anything other than a very difficult hurdle to overcome! Sidmouth ladies certainly found their form at home, racking up a splendid 27-9 success.

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  17. Sidmouth bowlers entertain the president's menRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 13 | Sidmouth Herald

    The highlight of the Sidmouth bowling week was a visit from the Devon County Indoor Bowls Association president, Tony Berry, writes David Fairclough. The president brought three rinks of the County's more experienced bowlers from a number of clubs, including Honiton, Madeira, Torbay, Torquay and ISCA.

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  18. Honiton RC presdent Alan Rowe MBE runs well at Marine Crops Marathon in the USARead the original story

    Thursday Nov 13 | Midweek Herald

    Honiton Running Club's president, Alan Rowe MBE ran the Marine Corps Marathon at the end of last month as part of the Allied Forces Foundation's SideXSide Team, writes Judy Davey. The AFF are the Baton's spiritual partners in the USA and custodians of the US Baton.

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    Wednesday Nov 12 | This Is Exeter

    Mary George, left, of Bishop Fleming, and Sarah Page, of Fidelius Insurance Services, both work in Exeter Business Park's Stratus House - and both have been shortlisted for the 2014 Venus Award for Customer Service in Devon Two women who work for different businesses in the same Exeter office building have found themselves in competition as finalists in the 2014 Venus awards for Devon. Mary George, of accountancy firm Bishop Fleming, and Sarah Page, of Fidelius Insurance Services, work on different floors of Stratus House at Exeter Business Park.

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  20. Red Doors Farm in Devon offers idyllic winter and Christmas breaksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 12 | Daily Mail

    Hotel room prices fall by up to HALF across Europe... except in the UK, where prices have jumped by 6% Horror on board flight to Birmingham as bird strike destroys plane propeller but pilot continues to fly for an hour to destination on just ONE ENGINE British Airways unveils giant red poppy on side of a Boeing 747 in tribute to fallen servicemen ... and asks passengers to observe two-minute silence Deckchair-style seats and wider TV screens as Singapore Airlines spends A 200million revamping first class to compete with rivals Inside the world's SEXIEST hotel room! Vietnamese beach-side villa described as 'a room ripe for seduction' scoops top award British family sue tour operator after all 20 fall ill on Ibiza 'holiday from hell', blaming 'raw chicken dinners, urine left on corridor floors and algae in swimming pool' Hard Rock Cafe fan spends A 30,000 visiting 243 themed restaurants ... (more)

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