Mid Devon, England Newswire

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  1. Homeless boost for Exeter and DevonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Mid Devon Star

    HOMELESS people across Exeter and parts of Devon have been given a boost with the awarding of crucial funding to tackle the ongoing problem of homelessness. The successful bid was lead by Exeter City Council and includes Exeter, Teignbridge, East Devon, Mid Devon and Torbay.

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  2. Upottery set for revenge mission with visit of Culm UnitedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Midweek Herald

    Upottery were hit by a fifth postponement of the Fresha League Division Two season when their game at Sidmouth fell to the rain. On Saturday the villagers play the last, and only, team to beat them in the league this season, Culm United.

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  3. 'Super council' could be on the cards for northern Devon if...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 18 | This Is North Devon

    A super council could be on the cards, with North Devon's MP saying the current system of rural district councils is broken. North Devon Council will soon be sharing a joint IT manager with Mid Devon Council for six months and, while a more extensive merger is not officially on the cards, the region's MP says the current system of rural district councils is broken.

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  4. Ottery St Mary march on as Harris passed 30 goals for the seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 16 | Sidmouth Herald

    Ottery St Mary chalked up a 14th victory in 15 Fresha League Division Six matches with a 5-0 triumph at Silverton that sees them now hold a healthy dozen point lead at the top of the table. In seeing off the Mid Devon side the Otters passed 75 goals for the season - this in just 20 outings - and leading scorer Adam Harris bagged a brace taking him to 30 for the season.

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  5. Exmouth Under-13s below-par, but still too strong for TivertonRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 15 | Exmouth Journal

    Exmouth Under-13s proved too powerful for hosts Tiverton who they defeated convincingly, but the first half performance was less than impressive with dropped passes and missed opportunities at the breakdown. On arrival in Mid Devon the Cockles found the hosts to be short on numbers and so Blu Sandy and Toby McConaghy stepped forward to pull on a Tiverton shirt.

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  6. Madeira duo make county and national pair's progressRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 15 | Exmouth Journal

    Nicky Fiddimore and her team were 16-11 winners whilst Jenny Smith and her team won 17-12. However there was a 21-18 defeat for Jean Healey and her team and a 20-10 loss for May Dyson and her team.

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  7. Exmouth Amateurs bag third successive clean sheet - but its also points dropped at hoem to BickleighRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 15 | Exmouth Journal

    For the first time this season, which for them is 17 games, Exmouth Amateurs were involved in a game that yielded no goals as they drew 0-0 with Bickleigh at Warren View. The draw means the Ammies sit sixth in the second tier of the Fresha Devon and Exeter league, though the draw is the sixth time this term they have ended a league match with honours even.

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  8. Clothing for cyclistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | This Is South Devon

    TORBAY cycle shop owner Simon Aske has enlisted the off-road talents of two top riders - Jon Tiernan-Locke and Yanto Barker - to help launch a new line of merchandise. The 'Aske' clothing range at Paignton's Colin Lewis Cycles features shorts, jerseys and jackets designed by Jon and supplied by Yanto's well-established 'Le Col' company.

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  9. Culm Valley Sports Centre gets makeover in time for birthday celebrationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 14 | This is The West Country

    A MID Devon sports centre is all set for a new lease of life after being given a fresh new makeover. Culm Valley Sports Centre has undergone a refurbishment of the customer areas and fitness studio, in time for its 30th birthday celebrations from February 7-13 - its new image is fresh and inviting and it is hoped the impressive new equipment in the fitness studio will now rival every other facility in the Mid Devon area.

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  10. Mid Devon District Council appeals for help to tackle fly-tippingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 9 | This is The West Country

    Several of the incidents have involved large quantities of textiles being dumped - and the district council is now appealing to residents for help and information in a bid to tackle the problem. A statement from Mid Devon District Council said: "We're appealing to residents for help to give us information about a spate of fly tipping incidents which have occurred recently across Mid Devon.

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  11. Ottery St Mary continue march towards Fresha Division Six titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 8 | Midweek Herald

    Ottery St Mary began the second half of their Fresha League Division Six campaign just as they ended the first half - victorious, after a 6-2 home win over Langdon. The Otters have now won all eight of their home league matches taking their goal tally to an impressive 41 at Washbrook Meadow with just five conceded.

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  12. Doctors urge people to make healthy changesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 8 | Mid Devon Star

    MID Devon doctors are encouraging people to make a small change this January to improve their health for years to come. A very simple New Year's Resolution such as quitting smoking, cutting down on alcohol intake, or exercising more can go a long way to improving a person's health.

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  13. Upottery suffer double dose of frustrationRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 6 | Midweek Herald

    There was more frustration for Upottery as they were forced to sit out a the first Fresha League match day of 2015 with Glebe Park unfit for action and unable to stage the home game with Cullompton Rangers Reserves. The cancellation denied Dan Prettejohn's team the opportunity to claim a tenth successive Fresha League Two success and the manager's frustrations will have been further increased by news that East Devon rivals Colyton were able to play, and win, and it is they who sit top, a dozen points better off than Upottery who have played six games fewer! The villagers are away on each of the next two Saturday's.

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  14. Over 30 percent of Devon's primary pupils 'overweight or obese'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 6 | This is The West Country

    New data reveals over 30 per cent of children in their last year of primary school in Mid Devon are already overweight or obese. A new campaign launched today by Public Health England encourages parents to cut down the amount of sugar their children consume by making one or more simple swaps.

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  15. David Balchin Chimney SweepDevon-based Qualified Chimney Sweep for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 30 | This Is North Devon

    Devon-based Qualified Chimney Sweep for all your Chimney Needs A friendly sweeping service for all domestic and light commercial installations Having your chimney regularly cleaned is vital to the safe running of solid fuel, oil and most gas appliances. Whether it be an open fire, a wood burning stove or an oil fired Rayburn, David Balchin has experience sweeping installations in everything from small cottages to large country houses.

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  16. Ottery St Mary all set to continue march towards Fresha glory in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 30 | Midweek Herald

    Ottery St Mary rounded off the year with a 3-0 success at Dunkeswell Rovers to continue their seemingly clear run to the Fresha League Division Six title. Goals from Connor Swingler, Phil Paddison and Jonny Baker saw the Otters to what was a first clean sheet away success of the season.

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  17. New housing development completed on Tiverton hospital siteRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 29 | Western morning News

    Steve Russell, Managing Director Devonshire Homes; Janet Johnson, Area Manager HCA; Rt Hon Neil Parish MP ; Jane Pearce, Sales Manager Devonshire Homes; James Cleverley, Site Manager Devonshire Homes; in front of the Ginkgo Biloba tree that is centrepiece of the completed Ginkgo Court development. The Devonshire Homes-built scheme was given the thumbs up by local MP Neil Parish during a recent visit to the site.

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  18. Honiton Town prepare for Fresha One Match of the Day at home to Newton St CyresRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 28 | Midweek Herald

    Honiton Town were unable to play their final game of 2014 when the bad weather saw their scheduled match at Wellington one of many called off. There was action in the section at just two venues with East Budleigh winning 2-1 at fifth placed Lympstone and Newton St Cyres winning the meeting of two of the morning's top four in Fresha Division One, after a 2-0 success at Witheridge Reserves.

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  19. Town set for Boxing Day visit of Cullompton RangersRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 24, 2014 | Exmouth Journal

    Both Town and the Mid Devon side were winners last Saturday, Town claimed a 2-0 Southern Road 2-0 success over Elburton Villa and Rangers were 3-2 home winners over Callington Town. Rangers have won three times on the road this season, at Bovey Tracey, Elburton Villa and Newquay, the latter their last away success on December 13. They've drawn one and lost the other seven.

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  20. Dunkeswell Rovers beaten 2-0 at SilvertonRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 24, 2014 | Midweek Herald

    Dunkeswell Rovers failed to score for the first time in a Fresha League outing this season as they were beaten 2-0 at Silverton. The Dunks travelled to Mid Devon hoping for a reversal in fortunes after they had got nothing fro their previous two games and had done enough in both contests to take something for their efforts! However, the home side played their pitch to perfection and scored two first half goals that ultimately won the game.

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