Paignton, England Newswire

Paignton, England Newswire

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Paignton, England.

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  1. RUGBY: Chard's league fate confirmed for next seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2017 |

    CHARD Rugby Club have confirmed they will play their 1st XV fixtures in Western Counties West next season, following relegation from South West 1 last term. The other teams in this division are Burnham-on-Sea, Crediton, Devonport Services, Falmouth, Kingsbridge, Paignton, St Ives, St Austell, Sidmouth, Tiverton, Torquay, Truro and Wadebridge.


  2. Here's a chance to live in one of South Devon's most sought-after villagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 9 | This Is South Devon

    This modern detached bungalow in need of a little tlc is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac in the sought after village of Marldon on the outskirts of Paignton.


  3. Julie and her film crew also spent three hours chatting to Torquay businessman Lionel DigbyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 4 | This Is Exeter

    THE TV spotlight turns on Torbay again at the weekend when Julie Walters brings her new series on Coastal Railways to town. The series features a journey on the picturesque steam line between Paignton and Kingswear.


  4. Woman pulled from sea alive off Paignton seafront after large-scale search operationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 4 | This Is North Devon

    Torbay RNLI were called by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency to initial reports of a woman in the water. Berryhead Coastguard were also tasked to back them up and pull the woman from the water.


  5. Bassett hat-trick as Robins run riot at AppledoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 1 | Exmouth Journal

    Budleigh Salterton are now the leading scorers in this season's South West Peninsula League Eastern Division after a 9-0 mauling of hosts Appledore took them to 46 goals from their 15 games so far this term. The next best return in terms of goals scored is the 45 scored by University, who have played two games more than the Robins.


  6. Dartmouth Naval College steward in court over alleged internet groomingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 23 | This Is North Devon

    Michael Watton, aged 56, was not required to enter a plea when he appeared before Judge Geoffrey Mercer, QC, by video link from Exeter Prison. Watton, of Church Road, Dartmouth, is alleged to have tried to meet someone he believed to be an under age girl in Paignton after exchanging messages online.


  7. Sidmouth Chiefs into Devon Cup semi-finals after Crediton victoryRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 18 | Sidmouth Herald

    Sidmouth Chiefs continued their winning run win with a 27-20 Devon Intermediate Cup victory at Crediton, writes Terry O'Brien. Both teams spent much of the warm-up introducing their player to each other such were the number of changes from the teams, which played each other in the league match the previous week.


  8. Pictures and video shows remains of barn destroyed in fire near PaigntonRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 18 | This Is South Devon

    These pictures show how a barn has been totally destroyed by a fire that has been raging for more than eight hours. The incident was first reported to fire control by Torquay fire crews, who were returning to their base following an early incident involving a kitchen fire in Paignton As they drove past Compton Pool Cross at 1.48am, they noticed from the road that a barn was on fire and thus changed course and attended the incident in Compton.


  9. Heart-wrenching video shows volunteers surveying homeless people in TorbayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | This Is North Devon

    A heart-wrenching video by a Torbay-based campaign street homelessness shows their volunteers surveying people living on the streets in Torquay and Paignton. The Torbay End Street Homelessness campaign surveyed 29 people who were sleeping rough on Connections week.


  10. Torbay homeless charity chairwoman 'can't sleep at night'...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | This Is North Devon

    Ellie Waugh, chairwoman of Humanity Torbay, says that Torbay Council need to take action and help homeless people in the area or could end up with 'blood on their hands' The chairwoman of a homeless charity in Torbay says that she is losing sleep worrying about the possibility of someone dying on the streets in the area. Ellie Waugh said that Torbay Council don't seem to be listening to pleas for help from people living on the streets in Torquay, Paignton and Brixham.


  11. Poole reach third successive National Arena League West finalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 15 | Bournemouth Echo

    PREMIER Division Poole booked their ticket to their third consecutive National Arena League West final with second place in round two at Bristol. They started as they meant to go on with junior internationals Jazz McCrea and Jacob Peters taking second places in the women's and men's 200m individual medley .


  12. Police are appealing after an unknown driver verbally abused a woman outside the McColl's in PrestonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 15 | This Is North Devon

    A woman was verbally abused by a man in Paignton, and police are appealing for witnesses or anyone with information. An unknown man driving a car verbally assaulted a woman driver on November 9 outside the McColl's in Preston.


  13. Netball Update: Cirencester U16s open South West Regional League campaign with a winRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 14 | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    CIRENCESTER FLAMES made the perfect start in the Netball South West U16 Regional League with a narrow but well deserved 39-33 home win over Exeter. Victory left them joint-top of Division Two with Lawn, Plymstock and North Dorset after the first round of matches.


  14. Large Marks & Spencer out-of-town food store coming to Paignton's old Nortel siteRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 13 | This Is South Devon

    Store giants M&S have their eyes on a site on the outskirts of Paignton for a major new food store, Torbay planners have been told. Today's meeting of Torbay Council's development control committee heard that M&S are behind plans for the old Nortel site off the ring road.


  15. New operators are being sought for The Old Toll House in Torquay and Harbour Light in PaigntonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 13 | This Is North Devon

    Continental style cafe-bars and restaurants are planned for two Grade II listed properties Torquay and Paignton in a bid to boost trade. New operators are now being sought for Harbour Light on Paignton Harbour and a former gardener's cottage close to the Abbey Crescent development opposite Abbey Sands in Torquay.


  16. Man broke police officer's leg in Devon racist attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 9, 2017 | BBC News

    Forsythe, of no fixed address, launched the attack on 13 October in Badger Close, Paignton, where he was detained for breaching a restraining order. The officer posted a picture of her injuries on social media after the incident, using the hashtag #protecttheprotectors, which has been used by emergency workers in a similar position.


  17. Truro City defender and barber Ed Palmer plots cup shockRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2017 | Daily Mail

    Ed Palmer is Truro City's burly, no-nonsense centre-back with a shot so fierce that he once broke an opposing goalkeeper's wrist. Beware stereotypes, however, because the man at the heart of the Cornish club's defence in their FA Cup first round game at Charlton earns much of his living cutting hair and grooming men's beards.


  18. Danielle has persuaded him to come to Totnes for a daffy duck raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2017 | This Is South Devon

    Pudsey is coming to Devon, to watch a river duck race. The fundraising event on the River Dart arranged by a Paignton teenager could be one of the stars of the 2017 BBC's Children in Need appeal.


  19. Agatha Christie 'would have been proud' of Devon premier of Murder on the Orient ExpressRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2017 | This Is North Devon

    Dame Agatha Christie would have been "amazed, humbled and flattered" to see the regional premier of the latest blockbuster film held in Paignton - a town where she often went to the cinema, her grandson has said. The day after the star studded premier of the latest reboot of Murder on the Orient Express at the Royal Albert Hall in London, grandson Matthew Prichard joined a packed crowd at the high tech Vue Cinema on Paignton seafront for a special black tie screening attended by the great and the good of Torbay.


  20. Drugs runners flooded areas of Dorset with cocaine and heroin from LiverpoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 30, 2017 |

    The defendants - some of whom were part of infamous Merseyside gang The OCG, or Organised Criminal Group - recruited a teenager as a courier during their campaign to sell class A drugs to local dealers. Drugs worth A 22,000 were found at one courier's home address, while the boy, then just 17, was snared by police boarding a train with a kilogram of heroin in a backpack.