Kennaway House to close over Christmas and more news
Kennaway House, Coburg Road, Sidmouth, will be closed for two weeks over Christmas and New Year. Read this and more.
LOST: Did anyone find a lost camera at Sidmouth’s late-night shopping last Friday? The Canon model, in a red case, was lost in the vicinity of Browns around Old Fore Street on December 2. The owners say it has sentimental value, and would like to hear from anybody who found it on 01395 519430/514694.
CHRISTMAS FAIR: Sidbury Primary School’s Christmas fair will take place from 2.45pm to 4.30pm in the school hall on Wednesday, December 14.
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TREES: Sid Valley schools are taking part in a fundraiser through Sidmouth Garden Centre. For every Christmas tree bought using the voucher printed on page 4 of this week’s Sidmouth Herald, at the centre, �3 will be donated to schools.
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YOU-TUBE: Councillor Mark Healey, Chairman of Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Authority, is featured on a new YouTube clip promoting the use of mains powered smoke alarms. The internet video shows the importance of landlords in the private and social rented sector installing mains-wired smoke alarms in all the properties they are responsible for.
CLOSED: Kennaway House, Coburg Road, Sidmouth, will be closed for two weeks over Christmas and New Year from Wednesday, December 21 at 5pm, re-opening on Thursday morning, January 5.
This means that Sidmouth Herald reporters will not be manning their office at the building on Friday, December 23, Boxing Day, December 26, Friday, December 30, or Monday, January 2. The office re-opens 9am on Friday, January 6.
TOILETS: A mothballed public toilet in Otterton is set to be demolished – and replaced with a new home.
Exmouth’s Paul Humphries Architects has submitted a plan for the toilet block in a conservation area in Ottery Street to build a single detached three-bedroom home.
The design statement reads: “The appearance of the building, by virtue of scale, massing and utilisation of vernacular materials, is in harmony with the immediate area and locale. It is, therefore, in character and appearance with the area.”
Otterton Parish Council will debate the plan before district planners decide.