Cash kitty for Sidmouth and other news
Sidmouth could be set to benefit from an �80,000 cash kitty after civic leaders agreed to team up with other places. Read this and more.
0K KITTY: Sidmouth could be set to benefit from an �80,000 cash kitty after civic leaders agreed to team up with other places.
Town councillors were asked if they would be prepared to work with resorts like Exmouth, Budleigh Salterton and Seaton in pooling the Parishes Together Fund money.
They were unanimously in favour of the move.
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CARE COUP: Care services for people approaching the end of their lives in Devon are top in the country, according to a national survey of the bereaved by the Office of National Statistics.
NHS Devon scored in the top 20 per cent of nine of 11 key areas, placing them as the top performing area in the UK.
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- 6 Veterans called to muster in tribute to Prince Philip
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Aspects of the survey included levels of dignity and respect shown by doctors and nurses, patient involvement in decision making about where and how they would die and support given to carers while patients were at home.
LEGAL SURGERY: A Sidmouth solicitors firm has announced details of special evening legal surgeries in the town.
Richard Molyneux from Every’s will be available for thirty-minute individual consultations every second and fourth Wednesday between 5pm and 7pm at the firm’s office at 104 High Street, Sidmouth.
To book a free initial consultation contact 01395 577983 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or alternatively visit the office in the High Street.