Anti-social behaviour concerns Sidmouth residents and more news

PUBLISHED: 07:00 08 February 2012

(c) Erik Snyder

Anti-social behaviour is still a top concern for Sidmouth residents, according to police. Read this and more.

BEHAVIOUR BLIGHT: Anti-social behaviour is still a top concern for Sidmouth residents, according to police.

Townsfolk want officers to particularly tackle the rowdy exploits of people under the influence of alcohol. A police spokesman said members of the Local Policing Support and Neighbourhood Policing Teams have been tasked to patrol areas of concern.

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COFFEE: Sidmouth branch of the Royal British Legion will hold a coffee morning and table top sale at St John Ambulance hall, Blackmore Drive, from 9am on Saturday, February 18, in aid of branch funds.Chairman, Dave O’Connor, said: “If anyone would like to book a table (£5) they should call 01395 516160.”

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LIVE MUSIC: Sidford Methodist Church is inviting people along for an evening of music from the Swing Band of Queen’s College Taunton. Starting at 7.30pm on Friday, March 9, tickets cost £7 and are available from Paragon Books in Sidmouth, call 01395 514516.

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JUBILEE COFFEE: To raise money for diamond jubilee celebrations, there will be a coffee morning in Colaton Raleigh Village Hall on Saturday, February 25. There will also be a cake stall and bric-a-brac on sale. Admission is £1, for more information call 01395 568074.

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COUNCIL: As there is a pantomime rehearsal going on in Newton Poppleford village hall, the parish council is moving its meeting on Monday, February 7 to Harpford village hall, starting at 8pm.


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