Barn bid approved in Salcombe Regis and other news
An application to build a new barn for calf rearing at a farm in Salcombe Regis has been approved. Read this and more.
PLANNING: An application to build a new barn for calf rearing at a farm in Salcombe Regis has been approved. The owners of Chelson Farm put in plans in April, which were passed by planners at East Devon District Council last week, subject to conditions over preventing pollution from the new barn.
NEW HOUSE: Plans to build a single-storey dwelling on land adjacent to a house on Woolbrook Road have been approved. The existing outbuildings on the plot next to number 119 are to be removed and replaced with the new home, which was granted planning permission by East Devon District Council last week.
COASTGUARD: Sidmouth Coastguards investigated a report from the public of a small boat thought to be in trouble off the seafront on Wednesday, June 13. A boat matching the description was found to have landed safely earlier, according to a fisherman.
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- 2 'Leave our banners alone!'
- 3 Urgent appeal for collectors as Sidmouth Airshow approaches
- 4 Body of woman found near Sidmouth
- 5 Otterhayes home rated 'good' after improving 'in leaps and bounds'
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- 7 Hospice at Home moves into new premises
- 8 National Trust Supporters' Group outing
- 9 Garden and crafts show makes successful comeback
- 10 Decision on Straitgate's appeal funding deferred
OLYMPIC TICKETS: Sidmouth College has a number of tickets for women’s football events at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, including for Great Britain matches, to give away to students who write the best statement in support of Olympic values.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE: Swiss students have been hosted by year nine language students from Sidmouth College this week. A number of recreational activities culminated with a traditional fish and chip supper on Thursday.