Sidford breakfast event raises �700 and other news
A great Devon breakfast in aid of Force cancer charity at Sidford Social Hall netted a record �700. Read this and more.
RECORD RAISED: A great Devon breakfast in aid of Force cancer charity at Sidford Social Hall on Saturday, September 22, netted a record �700.
Organisers expressed their gratitude to all who attended and supported the event – in particular staff from Fort Caf� who cooked the food.
Next year’s event has been booked for Saturday, September 21.
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PATHS PLEA: Residents with views on footpaths in the Sid Valley have been urged to take part in a consultation over their future.
The plea comes after only 20 people attended a recent meeting of the Public Rights of Way Definitive Maps Review at Stowford Community Centre.
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Responses to the review need to be made by November 30.
These can include requests to downgrade or upgrade, delete or amend routes.
Contact Nick Steenman-Clark at Devon County Council on 01392 382856.
HOMES BID: Town councillors supported plans to allow a Sidmouth guest house to become a pair of homes.
At meeting last week, Councillor Ann Liverton said of Ryton Guest House in Winslade Road: “It’s sad to lose a bed space in the holiday industry. It’s been a guest house as long as I can remember.”
The district council will decide if the plans go ahead.
SCHOOL VISIT: Sidmouth College principal Kenny Duncan visited Sidbury Primary School yesterday to explain to parents of year six pupils why they should choose his secondary school for their children.