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COLYTON: ‘Let down and betrayed’

COLYTON residents and councillors feel “let down and betrayed” by East Devon District Council’s planning system, as they will not be able to object to new information in a controversial planning application when it is considered today (Tuesday).
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A social media war erupted at Axminster Town Council when one councillor labelled another one’s Facebook conduct “an absolute disgrace”. read on...
The long-awaited development of the derelict Seaton Heights Hotel site has. read on...
COUNCILLORS have pressed ahead with a controversial decision to grant a long-term lease and charity status to the company behind the Beehive. read on...
BOSSES at South West Water will be asked to explain. read on...

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DEVON?PREMIER?CUP
Sidmouth Town 2 Plymouth Marjon 3
Town slipped to a narrow 3-2 defeat at home to a confident Plymouth Marjon outfit.
Next up for the Vikings is Saturday’s visit by St Martins (3pm ko), positioned one place above them in the league.

Seaton Town 3 Axminster Town 7
“SEATON deserve all the credit – they battled like Trojans,” said Axminster Town joint-manager Keith Somers after his side eventually broke down their youthful hosts after extra-time.
The Greens led three times but were pegged back each time before subsiding in the extra half-hour.
Alex Wheatley, Ben Vine, Gary Macauley - a superb volley netted for Axminster in normal time.
Substitute Adam Cowling bagged two in extra time with the others coming from Pete Knox and a precise chip from Vine for his second of the match.
“Seaton made things hard for us but they ran out of steam in extra-time where our fitness and fresh legs of subs Knox and Cowling made a difference,” said ... read on

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