Memorial cycle race to Rodney Pyne in Sidmouth and more news
Cycle race to be held in memory of Rodney Pyne. Read this and more.
BOWD COLLSION: A road traffic accident involving children at the junction of the Bowd, Sidmouth, left the busy A3052 congested for an hour-and-a-half on Tuesday morning. Devon Air Ambulance, paramedics and police raced to the scene at 9am following the two-car collision. Five people, including youngsters, were taken to hospital suffering minor injuries, said police.
SCAFFOLD FEAR: A concerned member of the public called the police when they spotted someone on scaffolding at a property in Fore Street, Sidmouth, at 8pm on Monday. Officers attended the scene to find it was the owner of the premises who was carrying out repairs. The well-meaning caller was praised by Sergeant Andy Turner despite the false alarm. “We encourage people ringing in at the time in circumstances like this,” he said.
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CYCLE RACE: The annual Peak Hill Climb in memory of Rodney Pyne will take place on Sunday. October 9. The Sid Valley Cycle Club race starts at Jack’s Bar below Bedford Hotel at 10am. No pre-entry is required it costs �3 to enter on the day. Signing up starts at 9am, club riders set off at 10am and novice riders follow. There are trophies and cash prizes with spot prizes for novice riders. For more information contact Ron on (01395) 578297.
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