Ottery PCSO looks to reunite lost bike with it owner and other news
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Ottery PCSO Maria Clapp said she is still looking to reunite a local child with their lost bike after finding it abandoned in November. Read this and more.
BRAINS NEEDED: Teams of up to six people are invited to take part in a quiz to find the ‘Brains of Ottery’ on Saturday, March 2.
Held in the Institute, tickets cost £3 per person, and all proceeds will go to Ottery Scout group’s building appeal.
Doors open at 7.30pm for registration, and advance tickets can be purchased by calling 01404 815339 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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LOST BIKE: Ottery PCSO Maria Clapp said she is still looking to reunite a local child with their lost bike after finding it abandoned in November.
She said it was left insecure at the Chineway and Longdogs Lane junction on November 4, and she took it in for safe keeping due to the Tar Barrel event the following day.
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PCSO Clapp said nobody has yet come forward to claim the bicycle and she would very much like it returned to its owner, who should leave a message at the police station so she can contact them.
PLANT TALK: A TV ethnobotanist with a passion for growing weird and wonderful crops is coming to speak at Otter Nurseries on Wednesday, March 27.
James Wong will be bringing his range of seeds for people to buy and grow their own tomatillos or blue sausage fruit at home, and teach people about new foods they can produce in their own gardens.
For further information visit www.otternurseries.co.uk.
NETBALL: A ladies’ netball club in Ottery is looking for new players to boost its flagging membership.
Caroline Packer, who organises the group who meet at the Colin Tooze sports centre, said it is fun session with teenagers also welcome.
Anyone interested should contact her on 01404 815910
BIKE THEFT: Police in Ottery are looking for information after a mountain bike was stolen from the Chineway Gardens area between Friday, February 1 and Wednesday, February 6.
Officers said it is a unique black and white model built by the owner, and anyone with information should call 101 with reference KO/13/81.