Sidford pub to host race night and more news
Sidford pub to host race night, organised by Sidmouth Rotary Club. Read this and more news.
RACY EVENT: A charity race night, hosted by Sidmouth Rotary Club, will take place at the Blue Ball Inn, Sidford, on Thursday, November 10, at 7.30pm. Tickets (�10) include a lasagne supper and are available from the Blue Ball, or by calling (01395) 542544.
BLANKET WARNING: Colder weather has seen fire safety chiefs issue an electric blanket blaze warning to residents in Sidmouth and Ottery areas. Devon and Somerset Fire & Rescue Service bosses want householders to be safe by taking simple precautions – like having blankets tested. Community safety officer Carol Frances said: “In previous years, 40per cent of all blankets we tested failed checks. Faulty electric blankets can cause serious fires but they can be prevented.”
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