Police investigate tyre slashing in Sidmouth and other news
Police are investigating after the nearside tyre of a silver Audi estate car was slashed in a Sidmouth street. Read this and more.
TYRE SLASHED: Police are investigating after the nearside tyre of a silver Audi estate car was slashed in a Sidmouth street.
The offence took place in Manstone Avenue some time between 9pm on Wednesday, December 5, and 9am the following day.
Anyone with information is urged to contact police on 101, quoting crime reference number KS/12/639.
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SOS MEETINGS: Campaign group Save Our Sidmouth has organised a pair of public meetings as it fights proposals to redevelop Knowle and for a business park on Sidmouth’s outskirts.
The Save Sidmouth, Sidford and Sidbury events will be held on Wednesday, December 19, in Sidford Social Hall and at Knowle on Monday, January 7.
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- 5 It's our time to share our fortune and 'do our bit' as we start to re-open
- 6 There will be sunshine after the rain as the town re-opens
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- 9 Dreams and nightmares at the Grand National
- 10 Ottery retirement community with Easter thank you for keyworkers
Both start at 7.30pm.
E-PETITION: People in Devon are being encouraged to support a campaign to make bus travel more accessible for people with a disability by signing an e-petition.
The Epilepsy Society, backed by disability organisations, is campaigning for the government to make changes to the disabled person’s bus pass – to include travel during peak hours and a free companion pass where needed.
The society said the pass was a ‘vital’ concession for people with epilepsy who have been refused a driving licence because of their condition.
For more information about the Epilepsy Society’s bus campaign and to sign the e-petition go to www.epilepsysociety.org.uk/bus.