Knotweed concerns in Sidmouth and more news
Japanese Knotweed has sparked fears in Sidmouth. Read this and more news.
INVASION: Fears an aggressive super weed has invaded a Sidmouth street sparked civic leaders into action. Town councillors heard on Monday how a Long Park resident expressed concern over an outbreak of Japanese Knotweed in her garden. Members gave the town clerk permission to nip the problem in the bud.
FOUND: An MP4 player was found at the Ham play park, Sidmouth, on Friday, September 30. To retrieve the item contact police on 101.
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