Sidmouth Museum to get parking spaces and other news
Sidmouth Museum has been given the go-ahead to create a pair of parking spaces behind the attraction. Read this and more.
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MUSEUM PARKING: Sidmouth Museum has been given the go-ahead to create a pair of parking spaces behind the attraction.
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Museum bosses want two spaces at the back of Hope Cottage, in Church Street, so that stewards can park their cars close to the building.
The spaces will be created in what is now the garden and storage area behind the museum. Proposals were awarded planning permission by the district council and were approved by Sidmouth Town Council, which owns the property, at a meeting last Monday.
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BIN AND GONE: Police are investigating the theft of a green wheelie bin in Fore Street, Sidmouth, between 5pm on July 4 and 10am on July 5.
Officers have appealed for information and can be contacted on 101, crime reference: KS/12/339.