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AXMINSTER: Youngsters rewarded for their stage commitment

WOULD-BE thespianTobi Rouse has won Axminster Drama Club’s Gwyn Llewellyn Memorial Shield For Young Talent. Committee members felt he deserved the award because of his recent stage performances and his really positive attitude, even when being in th... read on

NOW in its 67th year, Whitford and District Village Produce Association continues to go from strength to strength. read on...
FROM six-year-old Tilly Adkin to 91-year-old Eileen Boalch, age was no barrier to success in the 89th annual Beer & Horticultural Society Flower Show at the Mariners’ Hall in Beer. read on...
Members of Honiton Town Council’s planning committee have urged a housing developer to ensure its proposed new homes at Ottery Moor Lane are more affordable for first-time buyers. read on...
Staff were in for a soaking when Axe Valley Community College student Lydia HartnelI organised a fundraising event for The Cystic Fibrosis Trust. read on...

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The Devon & Exeter Football League gets under way at the weekend with an almost a full programme but nowhere will there be more excitement than at BOW AAC writes Collin Goodwin. The mid-Devon village team have finally been allowed to move up to Premier status, having been denied by a limitation of their facilties, but there is now massive excitement within the club especially as their opening game is against TIVERTON TOWN RES. SIDBURY UNITED are also playing Premier football for the first time and they too can hardly wait for the season to start. Sidbury open their account with the visit of WILLAND ROVERS RES and expect both new clubs to do well in a Premier division which looks totally wide open. One controversial move has been the promotion of Division Seven champions Henrys Cronies up four steps to Division 3. This is an unprecedented move from the League but one they felt justified in doing. Time will tell if it was a wise decision. A number of new teams have entered ... read on

FENITON with Roger Smith IN the over 60s triples league the B team secured two points against Marina C when they lost narrowly by 33-35. The winning ... read on
Axe Cliff with Helen Kenworthy LAST Wednesday the Ladies played The Scratch and Handicap Cups. Despite the occasionally wet conditions, The Scratch ... read on
A special week of activities for the cadets (ages 7-17 years) of the Axe Yacht Club started on Sunday, August 3rd. The sea was too rough for sailing... read on
DESPITE an 85-run defeat at coastal neighbours Exmouth, Sidmouth secured enough points to clinch their fifth Francis Clark Devon Cricket League title... read on

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