Dr Svensden loss
SIR - I felt I had to write to you following the sad death of Dr Svendsen. What a wonderful lady she was.
Without her help, many donkeys would still be living in bad conditions. Instead, they are being cared for and loved in The Donkey Sanctuary.
I have visited Sidmouth many times and my first stop is always The Donkey Sanctuary.
My husband and I honeymooned in Sidmouth 32 years ago. I would love to come more often, but my husband is disabled and would be unable to visit.
I would love to come again soon, but have no transport. I have to come by taxi. I am unable to have holiday there now as my husband would be unable to come.
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I receive the Sidmouth Herald each week and read it from cover to cover.
I have adopted four donkeys. They are so humble and the donkey goes back to biblical times.
- 1 Hayman's Butchers 'had been my life' - Stewart Hayman
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- 3 Town is spruced up as excitement is in the air for future
- 4 Show of Art set to captivate Kennaway House visitors
- 5 The more we work together the better it will be
- 6 Claire leaves political spotlight
- 7 Sidmouth garden show to take place as lockdown eases
- 8 Golfing season underway at Sidmouth GC
- 9 Property of the Week: Ridgeway in Ottery St Mary
- 10 I want seafront cafe and restaurant to be something Exmouth can be proud of
Anyway, I felt I had to write to you. I am pleased to hear that Dr Svendsen’s son is carrying on, God bless them all and I hope it won’t be too long before I visit Sidmouth again.
Mrs Fiona Davis
5 Leonard Hackett Court, 13 St Winifred’s Road, Bournemouth