Taster day at Port Royal, Sidmouth and other news

07:00 24 February 2013

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The clubs that use Port Royal will be open for a taster day following the building’s refurbishment, on April 14. Read this and more.

MALLET MANIA: Sidmouth Croquet Club is offering a taster session next Saturday (March 2) from 10am at the cricket pavilion.

There will be an introductory talk before a chance to have a go.

For more information call Rob Mitchell on 01395 578736.

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VEHICLE DAMAGE: Police are looking for witnesses after a vehicle in Betjeman Close was damaged between 10pm on Saturday, February 16 and 2pm on Monday, February 18.

Officers said damage was caused to the paintwork and bumper of a green Citroen Picasso. Anyone with information should contact police on 101, quoting KS/13/86.

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SEAFRONT TASTER: The clubs that use Port Royal will be open for a taster day following the building’s refurbishment, on April 14.

There will be a wide range of activities, including chances to try sailing, fishing, running and gigging, and Sidmouth Lifeboat and the new life-saving team will be putting on demonstrations. The organisers hope to get as many people as possible to experience the facilities and see what happens there.

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