Windscreen smashed in Newton Poppleford and other news
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Police have appealed for information after the rear windscreen of a parked car was smashed in Newton Poppleford. Read this and more.
FOOTBALL FUN: Exeter City is looking to net a fun footballing half term for youngsters with a roadshow that will visit to Sidmouth.
The team, together with the Football in the Community charity, is putting on events in and around Exeter for three- to 14-year-olds, as well as a day for disabled sports fans.
Scott Walker, sports development officer for the charity, said: “We are really excited to be offering such a comprehensive programme of events this half term.
“It’s a great way of making sure kids stay active during the half term and equips them with skills they can carry on practising at home.”
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Sidmouth Football Club hosts the course in the town on February 20 and 21, which costs £27.
For further information, call 01392 255611.
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MUSICAL OUTLOOK: Speaker David Baldock will talk on ‘mechanical music’ at the next Outlook 4 Friday event at St Luke’s Church in Newton Poppleford on Friday, February 22, at 2.30pm.
All are welcome. Contact Audrey on 01395 568742 for more information.
CAR DAMAGED: Police have appealed for information after the rear windscreen of a parked car was smashed in Newton Poppleford.
The damage was inflicted on the blue Volkswagen Golf in the car park of The Cannon Inn, in High Street, between 7pm and 10pm on Saturday, January 19. Contact police on 101, or Crimestoppers in confidence on 0800 555 111, quoting crime reference: KS/13/25.