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Union says workers ‘betrayed’ 
as GKN plant announces closure 


THE planned closure of the GKN Yeovil 
plant, which will see more than 200 jobs 
lost, has been described as a “wholescale 
betrayal” by the UK’s largest union. 

Reports that the factory is set for closure by the 
end of 2017 has sent shockwaves through South 
Somerset in the lead up to Christmas. 

The GKN workers make airframes for Italian- 
owned Leonardo Helicopters, formerly AgustaWest- 
land, which is on the same site, and GKN has 


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blamed the impending closure on Leonardo’s deci¬ 
sion to take all future AW 159 Wild Cat work back 
“in house”. 

Heathcliffe Pettifer, regional officer for the UK’s 
biggest union, Unite, said: “This announcement is 
the latest chapter in the wholescale betrayal of these 
workers. A year ago, Unite negotiated about 30 re¬ 


dundancies at GKN - and at the time, the manage¬ 
ment pledged this was to make the business more 
viable for the future. 

“As a union, we don’t believe that the business 
case for closure has been made and we have never 
received satisfactory answers from the top GKN 
management on that score. 

“In the weeks ahead, we will explore options to 
keep the plant going as a viable business. 

“This is cruel news for the highly skilled and loyal 
workers at GKN Yeovil and their families in the run 
up to Christmas. It is 
very bad for the Somer¬ 
set economy in particu¬ 
lar and for UK 
manufacturing more 
generally. 

“It reinforces the ur¬ 
gent need for ministers 
to formulate a coherent 
and robust industrial 
strategy to safeguard 
UK manufacturing, es¬ 
pecially as the complex 
negotiations on Brexit 
loom. 

“Unite has repeatedly 
called for such a strat¬ 
egy and next week’s au¬ 
tumn statement by 
chancellor Philip Ham¬ 
mond is an excellent 
opportunity to put flesh- 
on-the-bones of this 
strategy. 


“We will be giving our members maximum sup¬ 
port at this difficult time and will be talking to GKN 
about redeployment of this skilled workforce within 
this multinational business and negotiating the best 
possible terms for those affected by redundancy.” 

Local MP Marcus Fysh has urged the Ministry of 
Defence to keep helicopter engineering equipment 
based in South Somerset. 

Mr Fysh said: “I’ve written to the Minister seeking 
clarification as to the ownership rights to the plant 
there. If as I understand the Ministry of Defence 
does own it, then it absolutely must insist that the 
work is not allowed to be moved from where it is. 

“Essentially, the kit and the s kil ls are already in 
Yeovil and that’s where they should stay, as I am 
working with other firms to see whether there is a 
future for the GKN site and its employment under 
different scenarios and ownership structures.” 

In the summer, Leonardo lost out to Boeing in its 
bid to gain the majority of the work for the latest 
generation of Apache attack helicopters for the 
British army. 



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Suzanne Tracey 


SUZANNE Tracey is the new chief executive 
of the Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation 
Trust. 

The trust, which manages community hospi¬ 
tals in East Devon, has recruited Ms Tracey 
from within. 

She has been the trust’s director of finance & 
business development, deputy chief executive 
and chief financial officer and, more recently, 
acting chief executive. 

Ms Tracey will take up her post with imme¬ 
diate effect. 

RD&E chairman James Brent said: “Suzanne 
has been a key member of the trust’s well-re¬ 
garded executive team for almost eight years 
and has made a significant contribution to the 
success of the RD&E during this time. 

“She brings with her extensive NHS experi¬ 
ence having worked at a senior level in a num¬ 
ber of acute trusts and a commissioning 
organisation. 

“She also has in-depth local knowledge of the 
trust and the wider health economy and a com¬ 


pelling vision for how she would like the trust 
to develop over time. 

“Suzanne has done an outstanding job over 
the last few months as interim chief executive 
and I believe the trust will continue to go from 
strength to strength under her leadership.” 

Commenting on her appointment, Suzanne 
said: “I am honoured to be appointed to this 
role and it will be a privilege to serve our pa¬ 
tients and staff. 

“I know full well that the RD&E is a superb 
organisation that delivers the very best care 
to the people who need it, largely because we 
have incredibly committed and compassionate 
staff who do their utmost for the people in 
their care. 

“This is a time of profound change in the 
NHS but I and my fellow board members are 
fully committed to helping to steer the trust 
through the challenges we face so that we con¬ 
tinue to provide safe, high quality care deliv¬ 
ered with courtesy and respect to the 
communities we serve.” 


Mother and child left fighting 
for their lives after A35 smash 


POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a six- 
year-old girl and her mother were left fighting for 
their lives following a collision on the A35 last Fri¬ 
day (November 18th) evening. 

The pair both sustained life-threatening injuries. 
The girl was taken to Southmead Hospital in Bris¬ 
tol, while her mother was taken to Derriford Hos¬ 
pital in Plymouth. 

Six people in total were taken to hospital and 
three ambulances were called. 

Two cars were involved in the collision near 
Kilmington at 11:50pm. 

A spokesperson for Devon and Cornwall Police 
said: “A silver BMW car travelling towards Axmin- 
ster was in collision with a green Renault Megane 
car, which was travelling in the opposite direction. 

“As a result of the collision, the driver and be¬ 



lieved sole occupant of the BMW suffered serious 
injuries, including a broken neck. 

“The Renault had a driver and four passengers. 
Two of the passengers, including a six-year-old 
child, sustained life threatening injuries. The 
driver and another passenger sustained life 
changing injuries.” 

Police say they would like to speak to anyone 
with information regarding the accident. The po¬ 
lice can be contacting on 101 quoting log number 
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■ AUTUMN IN THE COLY VALLEY by Richard Austin 



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Tourism’s £3.5 million boost 
to the economy in East Devon 


NEW figures recently released re¬ 
veal that the value of tourism in 
East Devon is on the rise. 

In 2015 alone, tourism contributed 
£3.5 million more to the local econ¬ 
omy than it did in 2014, rising to 


£252.5 million. 

The figures come from a new re¬ 
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trips in 2015, compared to 502,000 
trips 2014. The average number of 
nights per East Devon trip rose by 
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Commenting on the findings, 
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to continue marketing all the many 
attractions of East Devon to visi¬ 
tors, both domestically and interna¬ 
tionally. Despite a drop in day trips, 
which can in part be explained by 
the unsettled weather over the main 
school holidays, the average 
amount spent on day trips was up 
overall.” 


Associated spend by tourists visit¬ 
ing from outside the local area leapt 
by £7.6 million to £117.3 million in 
2015, however income from day trips 
fell by £4.1 million to just over £135 
million, equivalent to a three per 
cent drop. 

Looking forward to the 2016 
tourism figures, Visit South Devon 
believes that the upward trend in 
visits to East Devon, and overall 
spend, is likely to continue. 

Ms Stride added: “2016 has been a 
solid year for tourism aided by the 
long Indian summer and growth in 
demand for ‘staycations’ following 
Brexit. East Devon’s captivating 
countryside, its stunning Jurassic 
coastline and many tourist attrac¬ 
tions have helped to entice visitors 
back year after year, and with new 
reasons to visit, such as the Pig at 
Combe and Seaton Jurassic, we 
have every confidence that the up¬ 
ward trend will continue, especially 
once the new super Area Tourism 
Partnership website for Mid, East 
and South Devon launches later this 
year.” 


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MP calls for 
more money 
for social care 

Peter Hodges 

East Devon reporter 

EAST Devon MP Sir Hugo Swire has called on the Gov¬ 
ernment to provide extra funding for social care in East 
Devon. 

In the House of Commons last week, Sir Hugo tackled 
Health Minister David Mowat on the subject, asking: 
“Northern, Eastern and Western Devon clinical commis¬ 
sioning group is already consulting on the possible clo¬ 
sure of community beds across 
Devon. The social care budget in 
East Devon, an area of elderly peo¬ 
ple, and the rest of the county is al¬ 
ready under severe pressure. That 
pressure will inevitably increase if 
community beds are closed. Will the 
Secretary of State therefore commit 
to putting those points to the Chan¬ 
cellor of the Exchequer in the run¬ 
up to the autumn statement?" 

In his response the Minister ex¬ 
plained that whilst he was unable to 
provide a "running commentary"'on 
discussions with the Treasury, he 
had taken Sir Hugo's comments on 
board. 

The East Devon MP also wrote to the Chancellor of the 
Exchequer, Philip Hammond, on the issue of social care 
budgets. Sir Hugo said:"The NEW Devon Clinical Commis¬ 
sioning Group has recently published proposals to close 
a number of beds across East Devon. I am not against a 
reconfiguration of our local NHS per se - few could dis¬ 
pute the fact that a great number of people, and espe¬ 
cially elderly people, could avoid having to be admitted 
to hospital if effective preventative treatment were given. 
When sufficient preventative treatment is not in place, 
however, our community hospitals are often used as a 
very expensive social care service. Indeed, it is undeniable 
that the hospital bed provision is expensive - the Lead 
Chief Executive of Devon's Success Regime, Angela Ped- 
der, has said that the cost of running a 16-bed community 
hospital ward is £75,000 per month but care at home 
could look after 82 people per month for the same money. 

" I am concerned that we are putting the cart before the 
horse. Before removing the hospital beds, we need to en¬ 
sure that the social care provision which prevents people 
from needing those beds in the first place is sufficient. As 
it stands at the moment, with council budgets for social 
care falling behind demand by £5 billion nationally, I am 
concerned that the loss of hospital beds will not be com¬ 
pensated by the social care system, resulting in an overall 
and unacceptable loss of healthcare provision. This would 
be particularly damaging in East Devon, where 27.7% of 
people are aged 65 or over compared to 17.7% nationally. 
'In my opinion, the only answer to this complex issue is 
an increase in the social care budget which would not 
only be good for patients but, ultimately, reduce the pres¬ 
sure on the NHS budget. I would be grateful if you could 
seriously consider this matter prior to the Autumn State¬ 
ment" 



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Killer in Wells-Burr case will 
serve full sentence in UK 


THE family of murdered Chard woman Catherine 
Wells-Burr has spoken of their relief after it was 
announced that one of their daughter’s killers will 
stay in Britain to serve his life sentence. 

Miss Wells-Burr was murdered in September 
2012 by her boyfriend Rafal Nowak, Anna Lag- 
winowicz and Tadevsz Dmytryszyn in a premedi¬ 
tated life-insurance scam. 

Nowak smothered the 23-year-old as she slept at 
their home. Lagwinowicz and Dmytryszyn then 
drove Miss Wells-Burr’s body in her red Ford 
Focus to an isolated lane in Ashill, where they 
placed her body in the driver’s seat and set fire to 
the car, 20 minutes after Nowak had clocked into 
work, hoping it would provide him with an alibi. 

All three were sentenced to a minimum of 32 
years in prison and Miss Wells-Burr’s family wel¬ 


comed news last week that a bid for Dmytryszyn 
to be deported to serve a shorter sentence in Poland 
had been rejected. 

A post on Facebook said: “Today we can share 
with you after a lengthy wait for a decision to be 
made on Tadeusz Dmytrysyzn from the Ministry 
of Justice, that he will remain here in Britain along 
with Anna Lagwinowicz to serve out his minimum 
32 years sentence. 

“Phil, Jayne and Leanne would like to say thank 
to everyone who signed the petition and for all 
your ongoing messages of support which means 
so much to us. 

“Our beautiful Catherine’s killers will serve their 
full sentences.” 

Nowak was previously granted permission to 
serve most of his sentence in Poland. 


‘Scumbag’ thieves target poppy collection 


THE Poppy Appeal organiser in Chard has said 
she has been undeterred in her collecting in 
memory of those who served their country - de¬ 
spite being the victim of “scumbags" trying to 
steal donations. 

Marryanne Adams was left “tearful, but angry" 
following the incident at the Guildhall in the cen¬ 
tre of Chard earlier this month on Saturday, 
November 5th. 

“We’d had a brilliant day collecting for the 
Poppy Appeal with the Chard Army Cadets and 
the Scouts and various others collecting around 
the town," she said on social media. 

“But as we were packing up the caretaker saw 
a couple of lads acting a bit strangely and they 
stole my handbag." 

The following day Maryanne was out collecting 
again and was worried about being targeted for 
a second time by crooks. 

“I was tearful, but then very angry that some 
can stoop so low to try and steal charity money 


for the soldiers that their great-grandads proba¬ 
bly fought for to give them a better life. 

1 T will not stop collecting because of little scum¬ 
bags who have no respect for themselves or 
other people." 

Maryanne has gained widespread support from 
people on social media and the culprits have 
been slammed. 

"I know most youngsters would find what they 
did disgusting," said one person on social media. 
1 ‘But unfortunately there are those who just have 
no idea what is right or wrong." 

And another said: "What the hell is wrong with 
these kids and if their parents were worth any¬ 
thing they should have been made to apologise." 

Another added: ‘ ‘Hopefully they will realise that 
they did something really awful." 

Police have arrested two teenagers in connec¬ 
tion with the incident and they have been re¬ 
leased on bail pending further investigations. 


Police looking for victim of assault 


AVON and Somerset Police have launched an ap¬ 
peal for witnesses after a man in his eighties was 
assaulted on Sunday, November 13th in Chard. 

The assault is alleged to have happenedlast 
Sunday and a police spokesman said: "We be¬ 
lieve a man, described as being in his eighties, 
was assaulted by two young men outside the toi¬ 
let block opposite Lidl Supermarket on Boden 
Street at approximately 3.10pm. 

"We suspect the man was also robbed in addi¬ 
tion to being assaulted and we very much want 
to speak to him." 

DS Chris Palmer from the Somerset Investiga¬ 


tions Team, said: "We have reason to believe that 
an elderly man was attacked in Chard and we are 
obviously very concerned for him. We would ask 
that he gets in touch with us." 

The victim is described as being white and pos¬ 
sibly in his 80s. He had dark hair and a little facial 
stubble, and was wearing a black baseball cap, 
grey jumper and grey jogging bottoms, which 
had a logo/symbol on them. He was also possibly 
wearing a hearing aid. 

Police are asking him to get in touch with PC 
Matt Turner on the 101 number and quote refer¬ 
ence number 5216252613. 


Pupils make harvest donation to food bank 



■ PUPILS at Ashill Primary School recently donated groceries to the llminster Food Bank to celebrate 
the Harvest Festival. Their harvest assembly reflected on the joy of harvest but also remembered those 
less fortunate around the world and closer to home. The School Council sold cakes after the assembly, 
raising more than £30, which was used to purchase additional items for the food bank. 













































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MP pushes for improvements on A303 


NEW safety measures could be installed sooner 
than expected to try and cut down on the number 
of accidents on the dangerous Ilminster bypass. 

Yeovil MP Marcus Fysh has led a series of meet¬ 
ings with government ministers and Highways 
England to co-ordinate local road issues involving 
the A303. 

Highways England has confirmed to Mr Fysh 
that police investigations into accidents on the 
Ilminster bypass had produced some positive pos¬ 
sibilities for interim safety measures. 

Mr Fysh has been pushing for such measures and 
urged them to be implemented as soon as possible. 

“There have been some terrible accidents on this 


stretch of road in recent times and it sounds like 
we could be nearing agreement on some measures 
which will improve safety whilst the plans for the 
main works are being drawn up,” he said. 

“Of course, it is frustrating that it takes so long 
to schedule the road works, although following 
this meeting with Highways England I do have a 
better understanding of why certain stages take the 
time they do. 

“However, I have kept stressing that something 
must be done now about the Ilminster bypass and 
it’s encouraging to hear the investigations have 
produced some tangible results.” 

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling reaffirmed 


his commitment to the South West road upgrades 
programme including the A303 dualling as well as 
discussing increasing rail capacity between Yeovil 
and Salisbury. 

Highways England are at the options analysis 
stage of planning the roads, which they hope to put 
to initial consultation early next year. 

This options stage must be full and thorough to 
lessen the chance of costly judicial review appeals 
at a later date. 

Mr Fysh also met with Roads Minister John 
Hayes to talk in detail about the best route choices 
for Yeovil and surrounding villages. 


Chard co-op to close 

THE Co-operative store on Chard’s High Street 
is set to close in the new year, the supermarket 
has confirmed. 

A statement from Co-op said: “We can con¬ 
firm that our food store in Chard is to close on 
February 11th 2017. 

“The decision to close the store has been 
made as part of our ongoing store review pro¬ 
cess, and is in no way a reflection on the hard 
work and commitment from the 20 colleagues 
working at the store. 

“We would like to thank our shoppers for their 
valued custom over the years." 


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Lord Heseltine gives radio 
interview on Westland Affair 

A COMMUNITY radio station in Yeovil landed an 
exclusive interview with former Defence Secre¬ 
tary, Lord Michael Heseltine, to discuss the 
Westland Affair of 1985-86. 

The Westland Affair is described as the biggest 
financial crisis to affect the Yeovil helicopter 
manufacturer in its long and proud history. 

It led to the resignations of two Cabinet Minis¬ 
ters and faced Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher 
with the gravest crisis of her career. 

Speaking to Radio Ninesprings for the West- 
land 100 Oral History project, Lord Heseltine ex¬ 
plained his role in the crisis and blamed “shady 
deals” in the city and “dirty tricks” in the corri¬ 
dors of Whitehall for what happened. 

The interview can found online at www.radion- 
inesprings.com, by clicking ‘Latest Programmes 
2016’. 



■ EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Former Defence 
Secretary Lord Michael Heseltine and radio pre¬ 
senter Steve Haigh 


Man charged with llton murder 
says he was protecting family 

A MAN accused of murder in llton has claimed he 
was acting like a “superhero" when he leapt over a 
fence and shot two people with a shotgun. 

Charlie Broadway is accused of murdering Wilfred 
Isaacs Snr, alongside his brothers William and John 
Broadway, and the three are among six on trial at 
Bristol Crown Court following the incident on May 
5th at the Chubbard's Cross Caravan Site, near 
Ilminster. 

Charlie Broadway said the death of Wilfred Isaacs 
Snr and the wounding of his son, Wilfred Isaacs Jr, 
were the result of “two unfortunate accidents”. 

He told the court he felt he was acting like a su¬ 
perhero, protecting his family from an imminent at¬ 
tack from the Iscaas. 

Prosecutors allege that 37-year-old John Broad¬ 
way gave the order to younger brother Billy, 18, to 
get a gun who then passed it to the third brother 
Charlie, 24, to shoot the Isaacs. 

The court heard that tensions had been running 
high between the Broadways and the Isaacs for 
nearly two years. The trial continues. 



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Chard School pupils meet 
with astronaut Tim Peake 



■ TALKING SPACE: Pupils from Chard School meet with astronaut Tim Peake 


FIVE lucky pupils from Chard School were 
given the opportunity to meet the UK’s most 
famous astronaut, Tim Peake. 

The pupils attended the UK Space Agency’s 
first ever Schools Space Conference in 
Portsmouth, along with the school’s head of 
science, Richard Lucas. 

Mr Peake was the special guest at the con¬ 
ference and the children were thrilled to see 
him speaking about his time aboard the Inter¬ 
national Space Station and to meet him face- 


to-face. 

The pupils gave a presentation to a large 
group of children and adults on the exciting 
work that they have been doing throughout 
the year at Chard School, inspired by the Prin- 
cipia Space Mission. 

They were fortunate enough to talk person¬ 
ally with Tim about his mission and ask him 
questions about his time on the ISS. 

It was described as “an unforgettable day for 
all involved". 



■ THE team at Pure Beauty in Chard helped to raise money for Breast Cancer Care by holding a cake 
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all those who took part and contributed and they are delighted to announce that they raised a whop¬ 
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TWO local brass bands, Chard Concert Brass and 
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Meningitis Research Foundation, in memory of 
Roger Newton. 

The event looks set to be an exciting night of 
music and everyone in the community is invited 
to come along. 

The show starts at 7.30pm on Friday, November 
25TH at St Mary's Church in Chard. Tickets cost 


£5 and can be bought from Barron's in Chard in 
advance or on the door on the night. 

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you to the Chard and Crewkerne brass bands for 
joining forces for this one-off combined show. 

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Students were curious to explore the 
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with some students specifically remember¬ 
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in the First World War; they were Ryan 
Healy, Tabitha Liddiat and Cerys Llewelyn. 

Mr Stuart Roper and Ms Jacquie Wheatley 


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those present the historical significance of 
the commemorative gravestones which 
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Defibrillator installed at pavilion 


AN innovative local campaign, which has been 
cited as a' ‘world first" by the Fairtrade Foundation, 
was launched by Ilminster Fairtrade this week. 

The ‘Fair Hair' campaign is a unique project that 
has sought a commitment from local hairdressing 
salons to serve Fairtrade tea, coffee and other re¬ 
freshments when offering complimentary drinks 


to their customers. 

Most of Ilminster's hairdressing salons have 
signed up to the project and will be displaying the 
famous ‘‘Ask for Fairtrade here" sign on their win¬ 
dows. 

Roger Gurner, chairman of Ilminster Fairtrade, 
said: ‘‘Small changes such as this can make a big 
difference. Fairtrade 
encourages people to 
support local traders 
who are working to put 
Ilminster on the Fair¬ 
trade map. 

“Fairtrade is not just 
about bananas or 
chocolate from devel¬ 
oping countries, it is 
also about treating our 
own farmers fairly. In¬ 
deed, Ilminster Fair¬ 
trade’s motto is ‘If you 
can't buy local, buy 
Fairtrade'. So please do 
support those hair¬ 
dressers who are sup¬ 
porting Fair Hair." 


A POTENTIAL life-saving machine has been in¬ 
stalled at the Archie Gooch Pavilion in Ilminster and 
fundraisers have thanked everyone who has sup¬ 
ported the project. 

It was only earlier this year that a group of friends 
in Ilminster decided to raise funds to pay for two pub¬ 
lic defibrillators to be placed in the town, which could 
be used in the event of somebody suffering a cardiac 
arrest. 

Now the first of the two defibrillators has been lo¬ 
cated at the newly-built Archie Gooch Pavilion at 
Britten’s Field. 

“We would like to sincerely thank everyone who 
has got behind the scheme and supported us with both 
time and money,” said a spokesman for the organis¬ 
ers. 

“We hope to have news on the installation of the 
second device very soon and this will be located in 
the town centre.” 

A public training session on the use of the defibs, 
which is free of charge and available to all, has been 
arranged at the Shrubbery Hotel in Ilminster on Tues¬ 
day, November 29th at 7.30pm. 

“We hope that this session is well supported and 
would also like to reassure those unable to attend that 
the defibs are very easy to use even without training 
because audible instructions are delivered automati¬ 


NOMINATIONS are being sought for elderly and 
isolated people in the community who could do 
with some festive cheer - courtesy of the team 
at Monks Yard, near Ilminster. 

Monks Yard is a business, conference and party 
venue and wants to bring some Christmas food, 
music and laughter to those who may not neces¬ 
sarily get the chance to enjoy such things. 

A special Christmas lunch - with all the trim¬ 
mings - will be held at Monks Yard on Sunday, 
December 18th but suggestions are needed for 
those to invite. 

A Monks Yard spokesman said: “This year we 
would love to put on a Christmas lunch for the el- 


cally once the lid of the device has been lifted,” added 
the spokesman. 

“You will also receive help and advice from Ambu¬ 
lance Service control room staff whenever an emer¬ 
gency call is made.” 

The Ilminster Public Defibrillator scheme came 
about after local nurse Emma Rutter posted a simple 
question relating to the locations of public defibs on 
social media. 

The response was amazing and despite having such 
a small fundraising team the town has managed to 
purchase two defibs in such a short space of time. 

The fundraising team has been overwhelmed by the 
support they have received and is really proud to have 
been able to get the scheme up and running. 

The defibs have been purchased on a four year lease 
from South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foun¬ 
dation Trust, and it is hoped that local support will 
continue during the time of the lease, so they can be 
renewed in four years. 

The training session on November 29th at the 
Shrubbery Hotel will be run by staff from South 
Western Ambulance Service, and questions about the 
scheme and defibs are welcome. 

Help will also be provided for anyone wanting to 
learn or refresh CPR skills. 


derly and isolated in our community. 

“If anyone knows someone who deserves a bit 
of festive spirit, a scrumptious Christmas lunch 
and a chance to join together for a few carols then 
please nominate them." 

Forms are available at Monks Yard based at 
Horton Cross from cafe manager Carol or pop into 
the Tesco store in Ilminster and speak to its com¬ 
munity champion Helena Jones or contact via 
email mycommunity@themonksyard.co.uk. 

Completed forms must be received by the team 
at Monks Yard by Friday, November 25th. 



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A good selection of quality modern office furniture & equipment. PCs & printers. 

House clearances: sofas, tables, chairs, chests of drawers, bedroom furniture, wardrobes, books, 
ornaments, TT table, pool table. Fishing tackle. TGA VitaX mobility scooter. Gifts & toys. Rocking horses, 

Commercial & Domestic Catering items from pubs & restaurants. Carpets / runners. 

Liquidated stock: Designer Classic Reproduction & Contemporary Furniture & Lighting, 

chairs & sofas incl. Egg & Swan chairs, Eames DSW / DAR. Arne Jacobsen, Corona & 

Barcelona chairs. Tulip tables. Stools. Le Corbusier, Florence Knoll, Hans Wegner style sofas. 

Many designer lamps & lights: hanging, pendant, floor standing, wall, table & desk lamps. 

Deceased Estate: A private collection of approx 10,000 LPs & singles: 50s, 60s & 70s, 

incl. Elvis, Beatles, Rolling Stones, Bobby Vee, Lulu, Searchers, Georgie Fame, Cliff Richard, 

Beach Boys, Billy Fury, Tommy Steele, Hollies & 100s of others, many signed by the artist. 

Also 150 Boys Annuals 50s / 60s / 70s incl. Rupert, Dandy, Victor, Eagle, Hotspur. 

100s Autographed photos. Star Trek & Star Wars collector's items. 

Fine Antique & Period Furniture: Brass mounted dining table & 6 mahogany chairs, 

18thC walnut gate leg table, Louis XVI style ormolu bureau plat, inlaid mahogany sideboard, 

18thC bureau bookcase. Escritoire, Chests of drawers, coffers, dressing mirrors, mercury banjo 
barometer, Qing dynasty gilt mirror vase, early whatnot, pr of bronze lamp bases, oil paintings, prints, 

Rare silk Qianlong painting, bronzes, collectables, ornaments, china, glassware & silver. 

Day 2: Wednesday 7th December at 10.30 

Electrical Contractors in Liquidation: Tools, Test Equipment, Electrical Stock & 6 Vans.. 

Incl. Bosch, Hilti, Makita, Rems power & cordless tools. Generators, step ladders, lighting, cut off saws. Test Equip¬ 
ment: 8 x Megger MFTs, Fluke/Robin MF testers. PAT tester. 15 pallets of mixed electrical items incl. light fittings, 
ducting, consumer units, sockets, LED panels, bulbs etc. A large qty of 9 pallets of rolls of various electrical cable. 
Vehicles : 5 x Renault Kangoo SL17 DCi 70+ Panel Vans 04 - 07. Transit Connect T200 TDDi 03 
Warehouse : Electric forklift reach truck by Jungheinrich, high lift pallet trucks by Ekwo, powered pallet trucks by 
Jungheinrich, ladders, steps, work benches, flight cases, gas bottle cage, racking. Engineering: Rank Taylor 
Hobson pantograph engraver, Selson Senior horizontal mill, Ucimu circular saw, Startite band saw type 316, com¬ 
pressors by Ingersoll-Rand, Hydrovane, Comp Air, Pressure washers by Karcher, Demon, inverter arc welder by 
IFL ARC250, space heaters, hand tools, submersible pumps, Woodworking: 2 spindle moulders 2 dust extractors, 
Dominion chisel mortiser, circular saws by DeWalt, Elektra Beckum & Fox, various demo machines. Durox blocks, 
Heras type fencing, roofing slates, boards, faux stone, IBCs, cement mixer, timber, paddle mixer, 2 x SRL Radiolight 
traffic light sets, Ifor Williams Double Horse Box. Wooden Garden & Farm gates, fence panels. 500+ Rose plants 

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Tuesday, November 22nd 2016 9 



■ WELCOME: Helen Gilzean and Gordon Doble are presented with their certificates and badges by 
club president Alan Rudkin 

Lions Club welcomes new members 


THE Lions Club of Ilminster and District have 
welcomed two new members to their organi¬ 
sation, with the club presenting the duo with 
badges and certificates to mark the occasion. 

Helen Gilzean and Gordon Doble had been in¬ 
vited by Lindsey Poole and Martin Smith to 
come along to a few meetings to find out what 
Lions organisation is all about and decide if it 
was something they would like to join in. 

On November 7th both were presented with 


their badges and certificates of membership 
by club president Alan Rudkin and member¬ 
ship chairman Dave Case. The club wished 
Helen and Gordon a long and happy connec¬ 
tion with the Lions. 

New members are always welcome and if 
anyone would like to know more about the 
club activities, information is available on the 
website ilminsterlionsclub.co.uk or telephone 
0845 833 9936. 


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Family of local sporting legend 
thanks community for support 


THE family of legendary Ilminster sportsman Tony 
Rice has thanked everyone for their messages of sym¬ 
pathy and support following his recent death. 

There was standing room only at the Minster when 
his Thanksgiving Service was held on Thursday, 
November 3rd where family, friends and sporting col¬ 
leagues from football and cricket came to celebrate his 
life. 

Mr Rice’s son Craig said: “We were totally over¬ 
whelmed by the turnout at the Minster and all of the 
comments we received before and about the day since. 

“I was really dreading the funeral, but in fact it 
turned out to be a great tribute to dad and it was fan¬ 
tastic to see so many old faces. 

“We would like to thank everyone who attended 
dad’s funeral and for everyone who has sent us lovely 
messages of sympathy. It means a lot.” 

Mr Rice’s coffin was carried into the Minster by 
pallbearers and was followed by his family, led by 
widow Ann, children Claire and Craig, and daughter- 
in-law Jane, with the church filled with the sound of 
Eva Cassidy’s “Fields of Gold”. 

The service was led by the Reverend Nigel Done 
and the chosen hymns were “Bread of Heaven”, “Lord 
of All Hopefulness” and “Jerusalem”. 

Readings were made by Mr Rice’s daughter Claire 
and his godson Duncan Hansford. 

A tribute was read by Paul Knight, chairman of 
Ilminster Cricket Club, who said that Mr Rice was a 
real legend of the local sporting scene. 

Rod Stewart’s song “Sailing” was played following 
a commendation and blessing as Mr Rice’s coffin was 
carried back out of the Minster and was taken to 
Moolham Churchyard for a private family interment. 

Mourners were invited to attend a wake at Ilminster 
Bowling Club where many of Mr Rice’s former sport¬ 
ing team-mates and opponents joined together and 
reminisced with memories of on and off the pitch sto¬ 
ries from years past - something Mr Rice would with¬ 
out question have approved of. 

Craig said: “Dad would have loved it and he would 
have been the last to leave for sure!” 



Mr Rice died on October 19th following a long and 
brave battle with Parkinson’s Disease. 


Mr Rice, who suffered a stroke in 1995, enjoyed a 
successful non-league career in football and he had 
been involved with Ilminster Cricket Club for 60 
years. 

After his playing days, he took on a more spectator 
role and watched son Craig enjoy his own sporting 
success at football and cricket. 

Now the Rice sporting dynasty continues with 
grandsons Callum and Lachlan who were last week 
selected for the Somerset County Cricket Under-10 
training squad. 

Earlier this year Craig and his two sons played 
league cricket for the first time in the Taunton Sunday 
League. Mr Rice, as father and grandfather, was 
hugely proud. 



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Hospital League of Friends donate 
£2,500 to the Yeovil Freewheelers 



■ VALUED SERVICE: Ron Bond, chairman of the League of Friends of Crewk- 
erne Hospital, presents a cheque to Martin Surrey of Yeovil Freewheelers 


A CHEQUE for £2,500 
has been presented by 
the League of Friends of 
Crewkerne Hospital to 
Yeovil Freewheelers, 
which carries out vital 
out-of-hours medical 
deliveries. 

“The service they 
provide to our commu¬ 
nity is invaluable," said 
league chairman Ron 
Bond, who made the 
presentation to Martin 
Surrey, chairman of 
Yeovil Freewheelers, at 
the hospital on Sunday, 

November 6th. 

Ron also said he was 
delighted that the 
money will be used to improve the safety and pro¬ 
tection of the motorbike riders as they make their 
deliveries throughout Somerset and Dorset, and 
sometimes as far afield as London and Manch¬ 
ester. 

Through no fault of their own, they have been in¬ 
volved in several accidents in the last couple of 
years. 

Thanks to the League of Friends five airbag 
vests, which can be used by all the charity's vol¬ 
unteer motorbikers, will be bought at a cost of 
about £500 each. They are attached to the bike and 
automatically inflate if a rider falls off. 

Rebecca Miskin, matron of Crewkerne Hospital, 
said: “It is an organisation you can depend on in a 
crisis. I love the way they are always there and 
ready to respond. And let's remember that they 
provide this vital service free of charge." 

Yeovil Freewheelers is a charity that delivers 
blood supplies, drugs, documentation, samples 
and equipment. It operates an out-of-hours ser¬ 
vice between 7pm and 7am during the week and 
24-hour cover at weekends. 


Established 38 years ago, it is the oldest blood 
bike group in the country that is still fully opera¬ 
tional. Currently there are some 30 volunteers, of 
whom 22 carry out the deliveries using three mo¬ 
torbikes based at Yeovil Hospital. 

Deliveries are made to hospitals, hospices, nurs¬ 
ing homes as well as urgently needed medication 
to the homes of patients often living in isolated 
areas. 

“Support from the community is very important 
to the continued operation of Yeovil Freewheel¬ 
ers," said Mr Surrey, who thanked the League of 
Friends for their donation. 

The charity estimates that it costs £20,000 to 
buy and run the three motorbikes all the year 
round - but the service provides savings to Yeovil 
District Hospital alone of some £85,000 a year in 
transport costs. 

A hidden value of their out-of-hours delivery 
service of medication is the ability to release a pa¬ 
tient from hospital at the earliest opportunity and 
free up a bed for someone who may need it more 
urgently. 



A CHAIN of fundraising events for a second defibrillator in Misterton got off to a flying start with a big 
breakfast in the village hall. Cheryl Newman and her fellow event organiser, Carol Walker, laid on the 
breakfast and said this was the first event of the campaign and a total of about £1,500 needed to be 
raised. Held in the village hall on Saturday, November 12th, the breakfast enjoyed good support. Cheryl 
said: “It was full on at 10am. The amount made was £280 for the breakfast, and the football club of Mis¬ 
terton collected and donated £400 for the cause - so we are very grateful to them and appreciate this 
very much.” There is already a defibrillator at the Wl hall in Misterton, and the second one will be placed 
at the village hall/recreation ground. 



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Tuesday, November 22nd 2016 11 



The fledgling South Somerset Community 
Choir will perform its debut concert on De¬ 
cember 9th in Crewkerne Methodist Church. 

Formed in September this year by musical 
director Jonathan Delbridge, the choir already 
attracts around 40 singers to rehearsals on 
Monday evenings at Speedwell Community 
Hall in Crewkerne. 

The choir has been busy preparing an excit¬ 
ing and varied programme for its debut con¬ 
cert. 

The programme will include “Hallelujah" as a 
tribute to the late songwriter Leonard Cohen, 
as well as folk song “0 Danny Boy". 

There will also be plenty of Christmas music 
including “Ding Dong Merrily on High", “Hark 
the Herald Angels Sing", “In the Bleak Mid- 
Winter" and other favourites. 

Tickets for this concert are expected to sell 
fast and are available for £5 from Crewkerne 
Local Information Centre on 01460 75928 or 
visit the website www.wegottickets.com. 

Drinks and refreshments will be available 
during the interval. 



Special anniversary 
for Rotary member 

CREWKERNE Rotarians organised a get-to¬ 
gether to celebrate a fellow member’s 65th 
wedding anniversary. 

Rotary Club of Crewkerne member Ron 
Spencer and his wife Margaret celebrated their 
anniversary on November 10th. 

Ron and Margaret met in Bishop Waltham, 
Hampshire, when they were both 13. 

Ron said that he knew then that he would 
marry her one day. 

They are photographed with a happy set of Ro¬ 
tarians celebrating the occasion. 


U3A enjoy holiday to 
Norfolk and Suffolk 

THE Serendipity group of Crewkerne & District 
University of the Third Age (U3A) travelled east 
for a five-day holiday. 

A total of 44 members took part in the jour¬ 
ney to Norfolk and Suffolk earlier this month. 

U3A spokesperson Rob Wells said: “It was 
rated a success. It only rained once - and that 
was on the last day and they were all sitting on 
the coach at the time. 

“Among the places they visited were Great 
Yarmouth, Norwich and Lowestoft." 


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■ FESTIVE TUNES: Pupils from West Coker School with teacher Mrs Cottle sang in the Market House 


ILMINSTER got into the Christmas spirit at the 
town's annual Victorian evening, as residents 
came out in force to see the town lit up for the 
holidays. 

The annual event saw residents and shop 
owners don their finest 1800 togs to bring 
some Victorian style to the town. Businesses 
in Ilminster stayed open late to help create the 
buzz before the lights were switched on at 
7pm. 

On the evening, there was plenty of fun to be 
had, with a fun fair, puppet show and appear¬ 
ance from Father Christmas to keep the chil¬ 


dren entertained. Ilminster Majorettes per¬ 
formed and the town even received a dusting 
of snow - albeit from a snow machine. 

The evening also saw the announcement 
that Ashcombe Development had been victo¬ 
rious in this year's Christmas Window Display. 

There was also the usual lantern display 
which this year boasted increased numbers. 
There was music throughout the day, as school 
choirs from local schools including Greenfylde, 
Hambridge and Swanmead, entertained local 
residents with carols and Christmas songs. 















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Tuesday, November 22nd 2016 13 


Pupils compete in cross country 


H0LYR00D Academy in Chard 
welcomed 143 local primary 
school pupils to compete in the 
annual cross country event held 
in the academy grounds. 

The children raced against one 
another in their respective cate¬ 
gories and were led around the 
courses by the very enthusiastic 
Liam Wollington and Kenan Dunn 
from Holyrood's sixth form. 

The talent of such young chil¬ 
dren was clearly evident, with 
some races being fiercely fought 
right up to the finish line during 
the event held on Tuesday, 
November 8th. 


Congratulations to Tatworth Pri¬ 
mary School, which won the 1,000 
metres Years 3 & 4 Cup and to 
Combe St Nicholas which won the 
1,400 metres Years 5 & 6 Cup. 

School sports co-ordinator, Rich 
Evans, said: “I would like to thank 
Avishayes, Buckland, Combe, 
Manor Court, Neroche, Redstart 
and Tatworth and for taking part 
and for supporting competitive 
sport events such as these. 

1 ‘It is such a great opportunity for 
local children to represent their 
schools and enjoy an afternoon of 
exercise and team spirit!" 



■ WINNER Tom Boyland (centre), of Manor Court, with runner-up Tom 
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■ WINNER Darcie Cockburn (centre), of Combe, with runner-up Megan 
Vaughn (left), of Neroche, and third Kendra Druce, of Tatworth. Below, winner 
Holly Sunnick (centre), of Avishayes, with runner-up Ruby Smitham (left), of 
Combe, and third Megan Turnbull, of Redstart 



Christmas tree festival 
to light up Minster Church 

ILMINSTER Christmas Tree Festival will once again 
light up the Minster Church at the start of Decem¬ 
ber. 

Each year, about 50 decorated Christmas trees 
are placed around the church by local organisa¬ 
tions, individuals and families who take part to 
raise money for their nominated charity. 

A spokesperson for this year's festival said: "This 
year for the first time we have suggested, as an 
alternative to a decorated tree, a traditional crib 
scene can be displayed instead." 

The festival is open from Monday, December 
5th, 11am to 6pm and then from Tuesday, Decem¬ 
ber 6th to Friday 9th, 9.30am till 6pm; and finishes 
on Saturday, December 10th from 9am to 4pm. 

A dedicated team of volunteers have organised 
the event, led by parishoners Marie Jewson and 
Elizabeth Ferriss. 

The festival will be opened on December 5th 
with the Reverend Nigel Done, the Mayor of llmin- 
ster Councillor Val Keitch, town crier Andrew Fox 
and students from local schools all in attendance. 

For further information, contact Elizabeth Fer¬ 
riss 01460 53955, or email elizabeth- 

ferriss(a>hotmailco.uk 

Choir to hold festive concert 

THE Chard-based Zembard Singers will be provid¬ 
ing an informal evening of enjoyable festive music 
early in December. 

The choir will be holding an event entitled "Sing 
Christmas" at St Mary's Church in Chard on 
Wednesday, December 7th from 7.30pm. 

The evening will have a programme of well- 
known traditional music, gallery carols and new 
music to celebrate Christmas. 

Refreshments will be available during the inter¬ 
val and a retiring collection will be held in aid of St 
Margaret's Somerset Flospice. 


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SOUTH SOMERSET 


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Council repeats warning 
over council tax scam 

SOUTH Somerset District Council is repeating 
its warning, asking residents to be aware that 
bogus emails are being sent by someone 
claiming to be the HMRC. 

The email claims that there is a refund of 
council tax due and asks the recipient to click 
on a link and enter their bank details. Only 
South Somerset District Council can issue re¬ 
funds of council tax and does not contact res¬ 
idents in this manner. 

In South Somerset, if you pay your council 
tax by direct debit, the council will already have 
your bank details. If you pay another way, the 
council sends you a refund cheque. This is also 
true for business rate payers. 

If you get an email about a council tax refund 
from someone saying they are from an HMRC 
team, asking you to click on a link to get your 
refund, stop and think. Do not click on the link 
and do not give out your bank details. 

The council's finance spokesman, Councillor 
Peter Seib, said: “This is a particularly wicked 
scam. We are passing on this warning but if 
anyone comes across something similar please 
do let SSDC and the police know about it. 

“Many scams are highlighted to the council 
and we try to inform residents when they are 
brought to our attention because ultimately it's 
you, the resident, who may lose out.” 

If you have given over personal details, the 
council would advise that you call the police 
straight away on 101 and report the matter as 
an identity theft scam. The police will also di¬ 
rect you to the Action Fraud helpline on 0300 
123 2040. 


Hospice fundraiser gives talk on trip to Nepal 


MEMBERS of a Crewkerne & Dis¬ 
trict University of the Third Age 
(U3A) heard how St Margaret's 
Hospice volunteer Ian Williamson 
extended his Nepal stay to help 
build a house for a homeless fam- 
ily. 

What made it such a remarkable 
achievement was that he and the 
others in his group finished the 
job in just three days and a family 
was able to move in right away. 

A volunteer with St Margaret's 
Hospice, which has sites at Yeovil 
and Taunton, Ian wanted to mark 
his retirement by joining a group 
of other hospice volunteers on a 
fundraising trek to Nepal. 

At the end of the trip he joined a 
mercy mission on a three-day 
trek to a village reduced to rubble 
by the massive earthquakes that 
struck the Himalayan foothills 
last year and flattened entire vil¬ 
lages, killing nearly 9,000 people 
and injuring 22,000 more. 

Ian and the group had two slices 
of good fortune, he told the 
November meeting of the U3A. 

There were materials ready to 
hand that they could use and 
some members of the group were 
professional builders. 


1 ‘In three days we finished build¬ 
ing the new house, hopefully one 
that will withstand earthquakes 
in the future better than the old 
one,” he said. 

“A delighted Nepalese family, 
who had been living in a cowshed, 
moved in immediately.” 

Earlier in the trip Ian and the 
other walkers had helped to carry 
out repairs at a local cancer hos¬ 
pital, the only one for miles 
around. 

He undertook the trek to give 
something back to society, to help 
others and to keep fit. He was able 
to achieve all three goals. 

Ian, who lives in Yeovil, told the 
meeting, attended by more than 
100 U3A members at the Hen- 
hayes Community Centre, that he 
was humbled to see how very 
basic life was in Nepal - frequent 
power cuts, very hot days and 
freezing nights, and limited food 
supplies. 

■ Pictured top right, Ian Williamson 
works on building a new home for a 
Nepalese family in a village devas¬ 
tated by an earthquake and, bot¬ 
tom right, visiting Kathmandu 
during his trek in Nepal 


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Tuesday, November 22nd 2016 15 


Annual tree of light ceremony 


FIRMLY fixed on the Crewkeme Christmas calendar is the 
very popular annual tree lighting ceremony at Antiques 
Bazaar, Crewkerne. 

This year it is planned for Thursday 1st December at 6pm 
in conjunction with Crewkerne Lions Club who are 
presenting the “TREE OF LIGHT”. This great event offers 
local residents the opportunity to sponsor a light in memory 
of a loved one no longer with us. The lovely locally grown 
tree will then be prominently displayed outside Antiques 
Bazaar on the corner of Kithill for the whole of the 
Christmas period. 

The lighting up ceremony will be supported by Crewkerne 
Community Church who, after a blessing from the Minister, 


will then lead the carol singing. Antiques Bazaar and The 
Home Bakery will remain open, with complementary mince 
pies and mulled wine on offer. 

To sponsor a light please complete the form on this page and 
send it with your sponsorship money to CREWKERNE 
LIONS C/0 Clapton Farm, CrewkemeTA18 8PR or drop it 
into Antiques Bazaar. 

Then Santa arrives on SATURDAY 3rd DECEMBER 

.he will be in his grotto at ANTIQUES BAZAAR from 

10.30 TIL 4. Bring along your youngsters for a bit of fun - 
£3 ENTRY and a gift for every child. CHRISTMAS 
RAFFLE; LIVE MUSIC; CAFE CULTURE; ANTIQUES 
BAZAAR OPEN ALL DAY; 


MORE THAN ENOUGH TO MAKE A DAY OF IT. 

For more information please contact ANTIQUES BAZAAR 
ON 01460 77121. 

Crewkerne Lions Club are a very friendly and inclusive 
group, busy raising funds for local causes. Their major project 
currently is to provide defibrillators for public use, 
strategically placed around Crewkerne. 

More details regarding Crewkerne Lions Club can be 
viewed at www.crewkernelions.org.uk or 
www.lionsclubsinternatonal.org. If you feel you would like 
to know more about Lions and possible membership please 
contact Lesley Chudley on Crewkerne 72035. 


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Sponsor a light lit 
memory of a loved one 

Supported by 
Antiques Bazaar 

The tree will be lit at ^ 

Antiques Bazaar on 
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Tree of Light 

(Minimum donation £5) 

Please complete the form below and return 
with your donation to: 

Lion Lesley Chudley, Clapton Farm, Clapton, 
Crewkerne, TA18 8PR Tel: 01460 72305 or 
email: lelseychudley@hotmail.co.uk 




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SOUTH SOMERSET 


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‘Little Shop of Horrors’ wows the crowds 


MEMBERS of Broadway Amateur 
Theatrical Society wowed the audi¬ 
ences with their recent production 
of ‘The Little Shop of Horrors'. 

The cast put on a superb show as 
they brought the horror musical 
about a blood-thirsty, carnivorous 
plant to life at Broadway Village Hall. 


The show centres around flower 
shop assistant Seymour Krelborn, 
played by Kieron Wilce, who nur¬ 
tures the plant he calls Audrey II 
after his crush on fellow shop 
worker Audrey, played by Hannah 
Thurston. 

But his life ends in turmoil as Au¬ 



drey II takes over his world with its unquenchable 
thirst for human blood. 

There were some great performances with 
Kieron and Hannah, while they were ably sup¬ 
ported by the ever-dependable Ben Overd in his 
excellent and comical portrayal of crazed dentist 
Orin Scivello. 

Top marks also go to Richard Baker as florist 
shop owner Mr Mushnik, who became one of Au¬ 
drey II's victims. 

The trio of Nicola Langhorn, Alice Shearman and 
Lisa Souster kept the show moving as singing 
narrators, while the close-knit chorus line played 
their part in the overall success of the show. 

And Hannah Cumming should take a bow as the 
booming voice of Audrey II with the help of pup¬ 
peteers Heidi Warren, Lorna Warren and Lily 
Cumming. 

Director Jo Warren said: “The BATS cast are get¬ 
ting stronger and stronger each year and it has 
been an absolute pleasure to work with them all 
again. 

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank 
backstage, costume, prompt, sound and lighting 
crews who whole heartedly supported our amaz¬ 
ing cast. 

“An extra special thanks must go to Christine 
Trueman, our producer, who worked tirelessly to 
create a fabulous set and bring ‘the plant' to 
Broadway." 

Cast: Seymour, Kieron Wilce; Audrey, Hannah 
Thurston; Mr Mushnik, Richard Baker; Orin Scriv- 
ello, Ben Overd; Crystal, Nicola Langhorn; Chiffon, 
Alice Shearman; Ronnette, Lisa Souster; Audrey 
II (Voice), Hannah Cumming; Audrey II pup¬ 
peteers, Heidi Warren, Lorna Warren, Lily Cum¬ 
ming; Wino 1/Patrick Martin, Christine Truman; 
Wino 2/Mrs Luce, Joss George; Customer 1, Phil 
Hunt; Bernstein/Interviewer, Karin Cumming; 
Customer 2/Skip Snip, Lisa Shearman; Chorus - 
Karin Cumming, Joss George, Christine Trueman, 
Lisa Shearman, Phil Hunt, Hannah Cumming. 



■ THE singing trio of Alice Shearman (Chiffon), Nicola Langhorn (Crystal) 
and Lisa Souster (Ronnette) Photos by Christine Jones 


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Open days in Village Schools - 
come and visit 

HAWKCHURCH C of E Primary School is 6 
miles from Axminster in a beautiful rural village 
setting with panoramic views. The school con¬ 
sists of 2 classes - KS1 & KS2 - with a newly 
opened Nursery which takes children from 2 years 
of age. We accept Early Years Funding from 2 
years of age and non-funded hours are available. 

The school joined the Two Valleys Federation in 
September 2015 and was inspected by Ofsted in 
the Autumn term and was rated as “Good”. Since 
then, working alongside Musbury Primary and 
Sidmouth Primary has enhanced the teaching and 
learning for all children. The federation became 
the Genesis Academy Trust in September 2016 
and both Musbury and Hawkchurch have the twin 
benefits of being village schools whilst enjoying 
the wider resources and expertise offered by the 
academy. 

Hawkchurch children enjoy the benefits of: Out¬ 
door learning - very large grounds, with access to 
village field for sports, Fruit and vegetable garden, 
pond, wildlife area, bug hotel and a willow dome, 

New library, Close community ties, strong links 
with local toddler group and the church, Popular 
professional guitar lessons once a week, Various 
after school clubs, Residential opportunities and 
trips, Plays, concerts and celebration assemblies, 

Focal volunteer helpers, Enthusiastic PTFA mem¬ 
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The school logo has been modernised, making 
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You are welcome to visit by appointment by 
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Musbury Primary School enjoys an idyllic set¬ 


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miles from Axminster and Seaton, 3 miles from 
Colyton and less than 7 miles from Lyme Regis - 
so it is in a handy location. 

As part of the Genesis Academy Trust, the 
school’s pupil numbers are growing and the future 
is bright. Like its sister school Hawkchurch, Mus¬ 
bury enjoys excellent links with the local commu¬ 
nity and works alongside the Musbury Moles 
Pre-school group which is based on site. We are 
supported by many local volunteers who enhance 
the life of the school with their enthusiasm and 
knowledge of the local area. 

Musbury children benefit from Outdoor learn¬ 
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tunities and trips, Plays, concerts and celebration 
assemblies, Local volunteer helpers, Enthusiastic 
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vegetable areas, Willow structures, Choir 

Musbury has a new image - the logo has been 
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smart new school uniform! 

You are welcome to visit by appointment, tele¬ 
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open day on Wednesday 23rd of November. 
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CHRISTMAS IN SOUTH PETHERTON 


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windchimes, mobiles and lanterns. 

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see what One World has to offer you. Whatever 
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Christmas Light Switch On and Lantern 
Parade - Sunday the 27th November 



ON Sunday the 27th November South Pether¬ 
ton village centre will be a hive of festive ac¬ 
tivity in anticipation of the light switch on at 
4.30pm. 

The majority of the village's shops will be 
open (most from 2pm, some earlier) for the af¬ 
ternoon come and let the shop keepers say 
thank you for your custom and support over 
the past year, some will have special offers, 
tasters and nibbles and will be a great oppor¬ 
tunity to do some Christmas shopping. There 
will be festive music in the Market Square, 
The Brewers arms have their annual Christ¬ 
mas craft fair, The David Hall will have fes¬ 
tive refreshments and live music, Real 


reindeer in the Churchyard, The Blake Hall 
will play host to many local community 
groups with stalls of activities, crafts and gifts, 
and Lots More! 

After the lights have come on, for those who 
wish to take part there will be a short lantern 
parade through the Churchyard, Burnworthy 
gardens and back to the Market Square. 

Feel free to bring your own lantern or 
make/buy one on the day - please for safety 
no real flame candles - we have battery 
tealights available. 

Please save the date in your Diary - Sun¬ 
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CHRISTMAS IN CREWKERNE 


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CREWKERNE’S LIGHTING 
UP FOR CHRISTMAS! 



CREWKERNE’S Annual Lighting Up event, organised by the Crewkerne 
Christmas Committee, is on Friday, 25 November 2016. This is always a popular 
event and this year should be no exception. 

Many shops and cafes will stay open and there will be charity stalls in 
Falkland Square and The George Shopping Centre. Stalls selling bacon butties, 
roast chestnuts, mulled wine, hog roast and mince pies will also help 
to keep you fed and watered. The craft fair will be open in the 
Victoria Hall from 5.30pm. 

For children there will be a Christmas treasure hunt 
and biscuit decorating at the Library from 4.30 pm and 
don’t forget to enter the children’s Christmas hat 
competition. The theme this year is “pom poms and 
Christmas”. Judging will take place in Market Square 
at 5.55pm and entry is free. Just turn up wearing your 
creation. 

There will be entertainment around the town; music in 
Market Square will be provided by Steve Carpenter and 
Phoenix Brass Band will play in Falkland Square from 
6pm. Join the Carol singing with CUDOS, in Market 
Square from 6.30pm. 

As usual the highlight of the evening will be when 
Santa makes his way down Market Street, escorted by 
the Merriott Majorettes, to help the Mayor and Town 
Crier turn on the Christmas lights at 7pm. Santa will 
then be in his Grotto in the Town Hall from 7.15pm to 
hear all your Christmas wishes. 

Market Street will be closed to traffic from 6.45pm 
to 7.30pm to ensure public safety during the arrival of 
Santa and whilst the lights are switched on. Diversion 
routes will be signed and the road will be opened as 
soon as it is safe to do so. 

If you would like information on any of the 
evening’s events please contact Laura Gowers on 
01460 74001 or e-mail deputytownclerk@ 
crewkerne-tc .gov.uk. 


James Hardware 

Everything for the home and more.. 


Jrwe! 


Plumbing, tools, electical, hardware 

DIY, homewear, gardening and much more! 


We sell everything you will need for the Winter months! 






01460 73133 
DIY/Plumbing - 01460 271131 

29B Market Street 
Crewkerne, Somerset 


lameshardwareltd@hotmail.com 
www.jameshardware.co.uk 


Labumhams Kennels 
& Cattery 

- HINTON HILL, CREWKERNE - 

Open everyday of the year 8am - 5pm 
10am - 4pm for viewings 

• Heated pens • Cater for all special diets and all 
sizes of dog and cat • Every dog is walked every day 
• Family mn business 

MERRY CHRISTMAS 

Telephone 01460 75526 



Rodfords Florist 


RODFORDS the Florist have been providing 
high quality, fresh flowers to Crewkerne and 
surrounding areas for over 30 years. 

They have an excellent reputation for sup¬ 
plying creative floral arrangements for every 
occasion, and can make each one more per¬ 
sonal with the addition of balloons, teddies, 
chocolate or even champagne. 

For a lasting floral display in your home 
Rodfords have a fantastic array of beautiful 
silk flowers, which have often been mistaken 
for the real thing. 

They are also able to provide you with a 
wide range of vases and glassware. Rodfords 
can be contacted at: 

17 Market Square, Crewkerne, 
Somerset TA18 7LG 
TEL: 01460 72584 



17 Market Square, Crewkerne, Somerset, TA18 7LG 

01460 72584 

www.rodfordstheflorist.co.uk 



Kims Curtains 



KIM Larcombe runs her own business from a 
workshop at home and has been making curtains 
for nearly 30 years. 

Customers can choose from a large selection of 
samples or use their own fabrics. Kim offers a free 
measuring service and is happy to give you a 
quote. Her soft furnishing service includes 
curtains, ties backs, roman blinds, cushions, seat 
cushions, pelmets ands alterations. Customers have 
a choice of design for the tops of their curtains, 
including normal and pinch pleat. Curtains can be 
either lined, interlined or blackout lined. 

Kim will take on both private and commercial 
work; no job is too big or too small! Call Kim 
on 01460 72820 or 07814 459106 for more 
information. 



KIM'S CURTAINS 

Made to measure curtains, 
tie-backs, valances, cushions , 
roman blinds and alterations 

Free measuring and quotes 
No job too big or small 

Would like to wish my customers 
old and new a ve, 

Happy Chris 



Telephone 01460 71 
or 07814 45910( 
kimlarcombe5@aol.com 






















































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Regency Care & Mobility 


For quality Scooters, Chairs and Beds 
come and see Regency Care & Mobility 


REGENCY Care and Mobility stock a large and 
var- ied range of products from small aids to 
Scooters, beds, rise and recline chairs and bath- 
lifts. 

Anything we do not have on display can al¬ 
ways be ordered in for any persons individual 
needs after initial assessment. We offer excep¬ 
tional serv- ice with compatible prices includ¬ 
ing free call outs. 

Our services cost £39.00 with a free pick up 
and return. All scooters, chairs and beds 


brought from us come with a free after care ser¬ 
vice as well as free home demonstrations if re¬ 
quired. Not only do we accept part exchange on 
scooters, chairs and beds, we will also take 
away your old beds and chairs when we deliver 
your new one. 

We are open Monday to Saturday 9.00am to 
4.00pm so come and see us or call us on 01460 
271172. 

We also have a website: www.regency-care 
andmobility.co.uk. 



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Options include type of seat, tyres, colour, etc. 
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Call in and see our extensive range 


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• Free home demonstration 



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Call in and see us at... 


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Elswoods Cleaning Supplies & Servicing 


ELSWOODS Cleaning Supplies is a family 
business that has been trading in Crewkerne 
for over 40 years. We can supply 
everything you would need to keep 
everything sparkling and it’s all under one 
roof on the Blacknell lane Industrial Estate. 
We cater for all domestic commercial and 
Industrial applications and everybody is 
welcome to visit our showroom. From 
home cleaning to office cleaning, pub 
cleaning to factory cleaning, Elswoods 
have it all. 

We are main service agents for Numatic, 
Sebo, Rugdoctor,Prochem and can also 
service,maintain and supply spares for most 
makes of cleaning machinery including 
Dyson, Panasonic, Bissell, Hoover and 
Electrolux. Elswoods also keep a full range 
of specialist cleaning chemicals in stock so 
whatever you need to clean you can be 
sure that we have the right tools 
for the job. 

We also have a great 
range of window clean¬ 
ing equipment and of 
course can supply all 
types of new cleaning 
machines including vacu¬ 
ums, steamers, floor polish 


ers, carpet cleaners and floor scrubbers. 

Elswoods would like to wish everybody 
a Merry Christmas and a great new year 
and we look forward to seeing you all 
soon. 


Glares 



Telephone: (01460) 73423 

Fax: (01460) 75451 

E-Mail: service<®elswoods.com 


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Chalmers & Co 


CHRISTMAS IS COMING 
...but so is the Self 
Assessment deadline 

Advice from Chalmers & Co 

IT is that time of year when we are all starting 
to concentrate on the festive season. But as a 
small business owner with year end accounts 
and a self-assessment tax return to do by 31 
January 2017, it is also time to make sure that 
your affairs are in order. 

You need to remember Santa is never late 
and neither should you be where the Tax Man 
is involved. 

So, if you need help, we at Chalmers & Co 
would be happy to assist you. All you need to 
do is give us a call or send us an email now 
and then relax at Christmas in the knowledge 
that your accounts and tax returns are in good 
hands. 



Chalmersf 

chartered accountants 



• Personal & Business Tax Advisors 

• Business Start Ups 

• Payroll Bureau 

• Accounting & Audit Specialists 

• Full Business Support Services 

• VAT Returns & Advice 


Free initial 
consultation 

A personal and friendly 
approach to business 
that will work for you 


Visit our website at www.chalmersaccountants.co.uk 
or email us on info@chalmersaccountants.co.uk 


Offices at Yeovil, Crewkerne & Langport 01460 279000 


doffee ^)bop 


OPEN LATE 

For the 

Christmas Lights 


All Handmade by Bilbvs.. 

Cjood quality home cooked food 


Wishing a Merry Christmas 
to all our customers! 


Orders now being taken 
Lots more Christmas Fayre to order! 
Open Monday to Saturday 9am - 5pm 


"Traditional family Run Coffee ^hop 
in the Heart of your Jown 


Market Street, 
Crewkerne 
01460 72622 



Take a Peek Boutique 


Searching for the perfect Christmas present? 


POP down to "Take a peek boutique" - we can help 
you find the perfect presents for all your family 
members. 

From handmade jewellery, bath bombs, candles, 
girls and boys accessories, we even have gifts for 
men too. We handmade many of our items includ¬ 


ing; Bath bombs, Soaps, Candles, Jewellery, Tutu 
dresses, Hampers and much more... 

We have a wide range of stocking fillers now in, 
from as little as 49p! 

AVON is also now available from us too. 

So pop in and take a peek! 





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CHRISTMAS MARKET 


Saturday 10 December 2016 

10am - 3pm 



Market Square, Crewkerne. 

For Information: 01460 74001 




Handmade Jewellery, mens, 
ladies & childrens accessories, 
bespoke gift ideas 

Handmade Jewellery from 99p 
Mens accessories from £3.99 


London House, Market Street 
Crewkerne, Somerset, TA18 7JL 


Tel: 01460 271 065 




Crewkerne Pharmacy 


CREWKERNE Pharmacy would like to wish 
all their customers, old and new, a very Happy 
Christmas and a healthy and prosperous New 
Year. Thank you for supporting us in 2016 
and we look forward to helping you and your 
family stay well throughout 2017. 

We are open as normal from 7 am to 
10.30pm on Christmas Eve and closed on 
Christmas Day, Boxing Day and 27th Dec. 
We open as normal from 7am to 10.30pm on 
New Year’s Eve and from 10am to 5pm on 
New Year’s Day, and closed on 2nd January. 

Our normal, early til late opening hours will 
begin again on 3rd January 2017. 

Remember to order your prescriptions in 
time for the festive period and stock up on 
your over the counter medicines. Why not 
take advantage of our FREE Medicine Man¬ 
ager service and save yourself time by letting 
us deliver your medicines to you FREE of 
charge? 

We offer full support and solutions for stop¬ 
ping smoking, provide emergency hormonal 
contraception, dispense private and NHS pre¬ 
scriptions, stock a wide range of over the 
counter medicines, dispose of unwanted in¬ 
halers and medicines and give advice and 
treatment through the Minor Ailments 
Scheme. 

Find us inside Crewkerne Health Centre, 7 
days a week. We welcome EVERYONE at 
Crewkerne Pharmacy. 






























































































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Boudicca Hair 

BOUDICCA Hair is a new and luxuriously ap¬ 
pointed salon in the heart of Crewkeme. They are 
dedicated to professionalism and creativity, along 
with great customer service. 

They strive for perfection every time using the 
latest techniques accompanied with the best prod¬ 
ucts to compliment every service. 

Creative Director Hollie Myall (nee Price), who 
has over 14 years experience, in salons across the 
Lyme Regis and Axminster areas, established 
Boudicca Hair in 2014. 

Stephanie Mant and Daria Rozumiecka have 
joined Hollie at Boudicca Hair, both of whom have 
previously worked in salons in the Yeovil area. 

At Boudicca Hair they love to inspire you with 
their ideas and expertise. Everything they do is to 
make you feel special and be the best that you can 
be. The team of top hair stylists at Boudicca are 
dedicated to delivering the very best service pos¬ 
sible. They know that every- one has different hair 
types, lifestyles and styles, therefore they allow 
more time for consultations to achieve the best 
haircut, colour or treatment for you. 

Boudicca Hair are stockists of Joico, Cloud Nine, 
Tangle Teaser and Invisibobbles products, and 
which act as perfect stocking fillers starting from 
£2.95! With the festive season fast approaching, 
Christmas appointments are now available, with 
late night appointments being offered on Wednes¬ 
days until 8pm. Gift vouchers are available to act 
as great Christmas presents, so please do enquire 
as to what is on offer. 

Contact them on 01460 73336 or visit their web¬ 
site for opening times and prices www.boudicca 
hair.co.uk 



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HAIR 




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Opening Haul 
- 5pm Tuesday 


9.30am - 5pm Tuesday to Friday, 
Saturday 9am - 4pm, Wednesday 9.30am - 8pm 
Tel: 01460 73336 • www.boudiccahair.co.uk 
21 Market Street, Crewkerne, TA18 7JU 




Stokes Partners LLP Solicitors 


Stokes Partners LLP wish you all a very 
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! 


A FORWARD thinking niche law firm, Stokes 
Partners LLP retains the traditional core values of 
a solicitor and client relationship, with dedicated 
and experienced top class lawyers providing a spe¬ 
cialist and personal service, to look after your busi¬ 
ness and personal legal needs. 

We deliver a quality service at a reasonable price 
and do not believe in cutting comers in order to cut 
the price. 

Our lawyers have specialist 
accreditations and are rec¬ 
ommended by the Legal 500. 

Our clients value the per¬ 
sonal and tailored legal ser¬ 
vice we provide, without the 
mystery of technical jargon. 

We are based in an attrac¬ 
tive location in Somerset and 
look after local, regional and 
national businesses and pri¬ 
vate individuals. We are 
recognised nationally and 
well known in the West 
Country for our commercial 


services in property development and dispute res¬ 
olution. Our Family team is one of the largest in the 
region with an enviable reputation. 

We invest continuously in technology as we 
recognise that it plays a vital role to ensure effi¬ 
ciency and compatibility in service delivery, with 
our clients’ requirements and convenience foremost 
in mind. 




PARTNERS llp 


SOLICITORS 


Specialist legal advisers who provide a 
professional and personal service to our clients 


• Buying & selling your home 

• Commercial property 

• Divorce, cohabitation 
& separation 

• Agricultural law expertise 

• Wills, tax and probate 

• Contract disputes 

• Employment advice 

Contact 

01460 279279 

mailbox@stokespartners.co.uk 


Lexcel 

Legal Practice Quality Mark 
Law Society Accredited 


Business litigation 

Equestrian related issues 

Corporation transactions 

Dispute resolution 

Business restructuring 

Issues concerning 
children 

Landlord & tenant 




www.stokespartners.co.uk 

Kingfisher House, Market Square, Crewkerne, Somerset TA18 7LH 
































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MA QIC A L MOMENTS IN 
SEATON THIS CHRISTMAS 

CHRISTMAS is just around the comer and we’ve got a fantastic festive line up 
in Seaton this year. Celebrations get underway on Dec 2nd when our Xmas lights 
are turned on and the Seaton Carnival heralds in the arrival of Father Christmas. 
The following day Dec 3rd Seaton’s traditional Christmas Artisan Market will 
start at 10am on Windsor Gardens offering beautiful hand-crafted Christ¬ 
mas with everything from artisan glass work, wood carving and beautiful 
jewellery though to artwork. 

^. On Saturday December 10th Queen Victoria will be arriving at the 

R Victorian Artisan Market on Windsor Gardens and the Town Square 
at 10am. She will be accompanied by her friends Scrooge - who is 
rumored to be on stilts! and Victorian characters on traders stands 
and roaming around. There will be a host of entertainment during 
the day including dancing characters, music from Seaton Primary 
School Choir, Victorian musicians and more. 

Shoppers will also have the chance to win over 100.00 in 
shopping vouchers and goods this year by taking part in the 
FREE to enter Seaton Christmas Trail. 

See www.seatondevon.org/xmas-2016/ for full details. 



RAY’S 

Ray and Maree wish 
their customers a 
Merry Christmas and 
a Happy new Year 

11a Queen Street, Seaton 

Telephone 01297 24211 




Hair & Nails 


SPARKLE FROM HEAD 
TO TOE THIS CHRISTMAS 


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THE CHRISTMAS TIMETABLE 


Fri 2nd Dec 

Seaton Christmas Carnival Festival 
including Late Night Shopping & Turning 
on Xmas Lights from 4pm, Windsor Gardens 
& Town Square (see full listing below*) 

Fri 2nd-4th Dec, 9th-llth 
& 16th-24th 

Seaton’s Polar Express Tram from 4pm, 
Thury Harcourt, Seaton Tram Station 

Sat 3rd Dec 

Seaton Christmas Artisan Market 

10am to 2pm Windsor Gardens & Town Square 

Sat 10th Dec 

Victorian Artisan Fayre 10am to 2pm Windsor 
Gardens & Town Square 


Seaton Christmas Carnival 
Festival including Late 
Night Shopping & Turning 
on Xmas Lights 

PICK UP YOUR PROGRAMME, with Carol 
Sheet included FROM SHOPS IN TOWN from 
Friday 25th November 

The evening includes: 

• 4.00pm Seaton Eats Boutique on Windsor 
Gardens with hot chocolate, mulled wine and 
mulled cider, German hot dogs and the infa¬ 
mous Persian Chicken wrap. PLUS vegetarian 
options. Departure of The Polar Express from 
Seaton Tramway (book tickets in advance) 
Tram Station Thury Harcourt. 


• 4.15pm Seaton Primary School Choir (Town 
Square Stage) 

• 4.30pm Christmas Make & Play at Seaton Li¬ 
brary, Queen St. including Thomas the Tank 
Engine Goes to Brides Bay - model railway 
layout provided by Bridport Model Railway 
Club which can be operated by anyone who 
would like to try it out. 

Shadow Puppets - make your own puppets and 
have a go at putting together a short play. 
Christmas Craft activities for children. 

Face Painting. 

Departure 2 of The Polar Express from Seaton 
Tramway (book tickets in advance) Thury Har¬ 
court. 

• 5pm Late Night Shopping in Town Centre 
Pet Santa, at Animal Botanical, Queen Street. 

• 530pm Seaton Majorettes (Town Square). 
Departure 3 of The Polar Express from Seaton 
Tramway (book tickets in advance). 

• 6pm Axe Valley Choir and Seaton Carnival 
Queen switching on the Xmas Lights (Town 
Square). 

Christmas Shopping Fair, Seaton Town Hall. 
Departure 4 of The Polar Express from Seaton 
Tramway Thury Harcourt (book tickets in ad¬ 
vance). 

• 6.30pm Seaton Illuminated Carnival (starting 
from Harbour Road). 

Arrival of Seaton & District Lions Father 
Christmas. 

• 6.45pm Seaton Illuminated Carnival arrives 
in the Town Square. 

• 7.00pm Departure 5 of The Polar Express 
from Seaton Tramway (book tickets in advance) 

• 7.15pm Axe Valley Choir Christmas Carols. 

• 730pm Final Departure of The Polar Express 
from Seaton Tramway (book tickets in advance) 


GIVE THE GIFT OF A 
FRESH CLEAN HOME 
THIS CHRISTMAS 


Poppies 
of Lyme Bay 


Providers of 
professional, reliable 
& properly insured 
services throughout 
the UK since 1980 


• Regular Housework 

• Spring Cleaning 

• House Move and 
Second Home 
Cleaning 


For more information on any 
of our services or to purchase 
a gift certificate, call... 

01297 561100 

lymebay@poppies.co.uk 
www.poppieslymebay.co.uk 

MINIMUM GIFT CERTIFICATE VALUE £40 



.AUTO SERVICE, 



62/70 Queen Street, 
Seaton, Devon, EX12 2RJ 

Tel: 01297 20104 
Fax: 01297 24374 

Established 1934 


• SERVICING & REPAIRS 
TO ALL MAKES OF CARS 


• FREE FIT ON TYRES, BATTERIES 
& FULL EXHAUST SYSTEMS 


• SUPERTRACKER COMPUTERISED 4 WHEEL 
ALIGNMENT SYSTEM 


• ENGINE DIAGNOSTICS & 
FAULT CODE READING 


• MOT TESTING STATION - WELDING 
& MOT REPAIRS 


f JEREMY, ADRIAN & STAFF 
^ WISH ALL OUR CUSTOMERS 
A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS & 
^ 0 A HAPPY NEW YEAR 

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SEATON LIONS CLUB CHRISTMAS CAROL CONCERT 


AN EVENING OF CHRISTMAS CAROLS 



SEATON and District Lions Club are organising 
an evening of Christmas Carols on Saturday 10th 
December in Seaton Methodist Church. 

Music will be provided by the Exeter Salvation 
Army Brass Band with singing led by the Salva¬ 
tion Army Choir. Of course this is a community 
event and everyone will be encouraged to j 
join in singing the carols. Tickets will be ^M 
£3 for adults with children under 14 free, 


Tickets will be on sale from Byrne Jones shop in 
the Square in Seaton. Teas, coffees and mince pies 
will be on sale during the break and there will be a 
special visit by Father Christmas who will be giv¬ 
ing out presents to the smaller boys and girls. Doors 
will open at 7pm with the carol singing starting at 
7.30pm. For more information phone Roger on 
L 07980 626999. 


Seaton a District Lions Club 
Presents 



PINK Hippo is Seaton’s outstanding 
pre-school and nursery, providing high 
quality childcare and education for children 
from birth to five. 

We operate Monday-Friday 8am-6pm 
for 51 weeks a year and have a range of 
flexible booking options to meet parents’ 
needs. 

Our setting has been designed with the 
needs of children in mind and encourages 
them to be creative, confident learners. 

The commitment and dedication demon¬ 
strated by the whole nursery team enables 
us to offer an outstanding standard of care 
to all the children, where they can play in a 
stimulating environment, where they are 
very happy, and there is a happy buzz of 
activity, songs and laughter throughout the 
nursery. We ensure all children experience 
high quality care and education. 

Phone Debby or Sue on 01297 23535 or 
email us at pinkhippoday nursery @ 
live.co.uk to arrange a visit. 

Alternatively take a virtual tour at 
www.pinkhippodaynursery.co .uk. 



pinK Hippo 

Day Nursery ^ Pre-School LTD 

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"Play, Learn and 
Grow... Together'” 

We would u'Ke to wish all our 
children, parents and staff 
a wonderful Christmas 
and New Yean 

01297 23535 

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pinKhippodaynursery@iive.co.uK 
www.pinKhippodaynursery.co.uK 


SEATON ANGL 
& KAYAK CENTRE 


SEATON Angling and Kayak Centre is set to help 
with all your angling and Kayak needs. Seaton An¬ 
gling Centre sells all types of angling items for sea, 
carp and freshwater fishing. 

All items sold from the centre are high quality 
and are bought in bulk, guaranteeing the best pos¬ 
sible price around. With this in mind, keen anglers 
are free to call and arrange the purchase of bulk 
items as well as one-off buys. 

Seaton Angling and Kayak Centre are suppliers 
of Daiwa Grauvells, Okuma, Penn, Black rock and 
imax & Prologic and many more, perfect for all 
sorts of angling equipment. 

As well as the basics, the centre has a delivery 
three times a week of fresh live bait such as fresh 
dug rag, lug, live peelers and a variety of frozen 
baits. Our angler kayaks are from £325 and in¬ 
cludes: Comfortable delux seat, 4 built in fixed rod 
holders, 1 adjustable rod holder, 2 piece, adjustable 
angle, quality pro paddle, 2 hatched storage lock¬ 
ers, Elas- tic storage net, Carry handles in various 
colours. And if you don’t fancy fishing, you can 
enjoy the water with the, ‘Hi Marine Kayak’ which 
is fun at the beach, lakes or rivers. Kayaking is a 
rapidly growing sport in the UK - suitable for be¬ 
ginners and ex- perts alike; it is light stable and ma¬ 
noeuvrable. You can take a picnic in the storage 
pouch or cargo net and go and explore. 

The Hi Marine range is suitable for children and 
adults up to a weight of 140KG. The Angling and 
Kayak Centre have Hi Marine kayaks on sale, 
complete with seat and paddles from just £260. 

Open seven days a week, 7am until 6pm; Seaton 
Angling Centre is the one stop shop for all your sea 
and fresh water fishing. 

SEATON ANGLING & KAYAK CENTRE 

THE HARBOUR, AXMOUTH, DEVON 

TEL: 01297 625511 MOBILE 07930 398313 J§| 

VISIT OUR WEBSITE: WWW.SEATONANGLINGCENTRE.CO.uk 


WE WOULD LIKE TO WISH OUR CUSTOMERS 
A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS 

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HOT DOGS £11 BACON BAPS 90P I AND MUCH MORE 
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SEATON €r DISTRICT LIONS 
CLUB ARE COMING YOUR WAY 
WITH FATHER CHRISTMAS! 


THE Seaton & District Lions will be making 
their annual street collection again this year in 
the company of Father Christmas and his illu¬ 
minated Sleigh, playing Christmas carols and 
giving out sweets to the children who go out 
and see him. 

The Seaton & District Lions try and visit 
nearly all of the streets in, Axmouth, Beer, 
Colyford, Colyton and Seaton during Decem¬ 
ber. They set off with Father Christmas early 
evening starting at 6pm and finishing at 8pm. 
Details of the streets the Lions will visit each 
night will be posted daily on the Seaton and 
District Lions Facebook page. 

The Lions cover a different route each night 
starting this year on Monday 5th December in 
Colyford working their way through the village. 

The 6th of December will see them in Coly- 
vale starting at Courtenay Drive and finishing 
at Brookfield Drive. 

On Wednesday the 7th December the Lions 
and Father Christmas will be in Seaton starting 
at Boundary Park/Drovers Way and finishing at 
Scallwell Lane. 

Thursday 8th sees the Santa Float back in 
Colyton starting at Bumards Field Road round 
the town centre and finishing at Grove Hill. 

Friday the 9th the Lions will start off in Ax¬ 
mouth and after going around the village will 
move to Seaton Sea front, Royal Observer Way 
and Harbour Road. 

Monday the 12th the Lions will be in Beer 
starting at the Causeway then down Fore Street, 
Park Road, Underleys through the rest of the 
village. 

On the 13 th of December they will be back in 
Seaton starting from Churston Rise and Honey- 


ditches Drive and finishing in York Road. 

On Wednesday 14th December Father Christ¬ 
mas will be starting at Riverdale finishing at 
Manor Gardens. 

Thursday 15th December it will be the turn of 
Valley View through the streets down to Ly¬ 
dgates. 

Friday 16th sees the Lions Christmas float 
start from Harepath Road at the junction with 
Popular Tree Drive finishing the evening in 
Court Lane. 

On Monday 19th December the Lions and Fa¬ 
ther Christmas will be starting from Popular 
Tree Drive on the other side of the road working 
their way down to Roman Way. 

Tuesday 20th and Father Christmas will start 
off at the top of Marlpit Lane driving around the 
neighbouring streets and finishing at the bottom 
of Marlpit Lane. 

Wednesday 21st December and the Lions will 
start off from Fisherman's Gap going up Castle 
Hill and the Beer Road coming back down and 
finishing in Sea Hill. 

Friday 23rd December sees Fathers Christmas 
back in the Square in Seaton and on Christmas 
Eve you will be able to see him on the Plaza 
outside Tesco's. 

This annual street collection by the Seaton & 
District Lions Club is their biggest fund raiser 
of the year with all of the money collected 
going into the Lions Charity Fund. The Lions 
donate this money to help local people who 
need assistance and to local worthy causes. 

So when you see the Lions out with Father 
Christmas, give him a wave, come out to get 
some sweets and please put some loose change 
in the Lions collecting buckets. 




ANN PENGELLY 
STA NED GLASS 


ANN has been running stained glass courses 
for Adult Education colleges throughout 
Devon & Somerset for several years. 

She is now running more classes, courses 
and work- shops at The Good Shepherd 
Studio, which is well equipped with etching 
& kiln facilities. Beginners, inter- mediate and 
advanced students will all be catered for. 

The studio and shop are open on Thursdays 
and Fridays from 10am to 5pm. 

Saturdays are open by arrangement only - 
please ring. The studio and shop are closed 
for lunch between 1pm and 2pm. 

Please ring first before dropping in to check 
that Ann is not out “on-site.” 


GIFT VOUCHERS AVAILABLE 



OWL & PYRAMID 



After Black Friday 
comes Civilised 
Saturday... 

FROM 10.00am on 28th November come into Owl 
and Pyramid Bookshop on Fore Street, and enjoy 
a cup of tea and a piece of cake while you take time 
over your Christmas Shopping choices. Browse 
through our "Books for Christmas" brochure to 
choose presents for the children and adults in your 
family. Help, advice and recommendations are al¬ 
ways at hand. If the books you want are not in 
stock, the ordering service is free and speedy, usu¬ 
ally arriving in the shop by the next day, and ready 
for you to collect when convenient. We are of 
course also open for late night shopping on Friday 
2nd December with special "on the night offers" 
and maybe a mince pie or two. 

SEE YOU THERE! 


MERRY CHRISTMAS 
& HAPPY NEW YEAR 


To advertise call 
Jenna on 

01297 446147 

or email 


j enna @ vie wne ws .co .uk 



Cut Y Curl 

Merry Christmas to all our customers 

Opening Times: 

Mon 9am - 12pm - Tues 9am - 5pm 
Weds 9am - 7pm - Thurs 9am - 5pm 
Fri 9am - 5pm - Sat 9am - 1pm 

Phone 01297 625035 

50 Queen Street, Seaton, Devon, EX12 2RB 



ANN PENGELLY 
STAINED GLASS 

The Good Shepherd 
Stained Glass Studio 

Christmas Decoration Workshop 

Thursday 8th December, 10am - 4pm 
£25 plus materials 
- with complementary mince pies 
Evening & Day Classes in STAINED GLASS 
Beginners & Advanced welcome 
49 Queen Street, Seaton, Devon, EX1Z zRB 
Tel: 01297 21443 Studio: 07979 013641 
www.annpengellystainedglass.co.uk 




Owl and Pyramid 

rens Books Z Educational Toys 


Happy Christmas to everyone in Seaton 
from Jemy at Owl and Pyramid 

01297 588030 

10 Fore Street, Seaton, Devon, United Kingdom 































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LYME BAY LAW 


LYME Bay Law provide a fresh, friendly and 
personal approach to all clients seeking 
advice and assistance to deal with their 
private legal matters confidently. We favour 
personal meetings to ensure we have a clear 
understanding of the advice you require, the 
outcome you seek and how that might best be 
obtained. Our services include advice and 
assistance relating to Powers of Attorney, 
Wills, Probate, Court of Protection and 
Care for the elderly and vulnerable. Initial 
meetings and home visits are free. Fees are 
very competitive with no VAT. You can 
contact us on 01297 24606 or email 
Elaine@lymebaylaw.co.uk to arrange an 
appointment to meet when we can discuss 
your needs and provide a no obligation quote 
on costs. You will be pleasantly surprised at 
the savings. Lyme Bay Law wish all clients 
past, present and future compliments of the 
season. 



Lyme Bay Law 

PRIVATE CLIENT MATTERS 


Wills 

Elderly Care 
Powers of Attorney 
Court of Protection 
Administration of Estates 


II initial discussions are FREE of charge. 

Contact us for a very competitive quote 
(no additional VAT)- 


STEP , © 

www.lymebaylaw.co.uk 

48 Queen Street, Seaton EX12 2RB. 

This firm complies with the IPWCode Practice. 


Cal new on 01297 2460b 


GENES $ VINTAGE 
NTEMORS 



GENESIS Vintage Interiors are proud to be an 
official Autentico paint dealer, the worlds most 
advanced paint company, selling a large range of 
chalk and lime paints, waxes and Autentico 
sundries. 

We also stock a large range of refurbished furni¬ 
ture painted in stunning Autentico colours. 

We are trained to offer advice on all Autentico 
products as well as offering a bespoke painting 
service for revamping your old tired looking 
furniture, transforming your home or workplace. 

Contact us for more details or pop in for a chat. 
We're open Monday to Saturday 10 till 4. 




Vintage Boutique selling beautiful new, 
old, vintage & hand painted furniture, 
accessories & gifts. 

Come and say hello on December 2nd 
during late night Christmas shopping. 

Mferry Christmas to all our customers 
present and future and thank you for 
your continued support throughout 2016 ' 

Proud stockists of 

@ 01297 625801 
@GenesisVintage 
H genesis vintage interiors 
Elgenesisvintageinteriors@hotmail.com 


A SEATON SUCCESS STORY 


AN evening of Christmas shopping was held 
in Fore Street on Wednesday 16th November, 
involving Owl and Pyramid Bookshop, Gene¬ 
sis Vintage Interiors, and Gallery Usala. The 
shops were open from six, and customers were 
able to shop in a relaxed atmosphere with 
drinks and nibbles on hand. 

"We've found these evening shopping times 
really successful", says Jenny, of Owl and 
Pyramid. "People are able to take time to 
browse and choose. And with a glass of some¬ 
thing lovely and something to eat, customers 
can make an enjoyable evening of their shop¬ 
ping" 

This was certainly the case at Genesis Vin¬ 
tage Interiors. As well as offering a range of 
beautiful gifts and home furnishings, ideal for 
Christmas shopping, owner Wendy was also 
celebrating four years of trading in Seaton. The 
shop was packed with regular customers who 


had come with good wishes and enjoyed a 
chance to browse and buy. "We had a wonder¬ 
ful evening," says Wendy. "It was lovely to see 
so many customers and friends, some had come 
a long way to be with us, to celebrate our four 
years, and we're looking forward to many 
more". Wendy sells hand painted furniture, 
home furnishings and Autentico Paint, and also 
undertakes personal commissions. 

If you missed out on this Christmas Shopping 
event, you can catch up with these shops and 
many more on Friday 2nd December, when the 
Christmas lights are switched on, and late night 
shopping will be available all over Seaton. 
(Probably with mince pies and other goodies). 
Come and explore the shopping potential of 
this town, which is almost entirely independent 
shops. Seaton Shopping Christmas gifts sorted, 
and a well deserved coffee or bite to eat in one 
of our lovely cafes and restaurants. 

















































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VICTORY EMPORIUM 
& TEA ROOM 


THE Victory Emporium is a new cafe in 
Seaton that brings back nostalgic memories 
from the 1940s. The tearooms feature posters 
from World War Two and many other items 
from the era. 

Run by Mark Hankey and partner Sue, the 
cafe offers many items including an afternoon 
tea and homemade cakes. 

There’s ‘Home Front’ Assam tea and ‘Lady 
Churchill’ Earl Grey, as well as ‘Off The Ra¬ 
tion’ hot chocolate accompanied by deli¬ 
ciously decadent chocolate cake with cream. 
The gluten free lemon drizzle and the carrot 
cake are equally as impressive. 

But if savoury is more your thing, there are 
‘Evacuee’ Marmite sandwiches and delicious 
Run Rarebit Run (that’s cheese not rabbit!). 



VICTORY EMPORIUM 

& TEA ROOM 

OPEN TUESDAY TO SATURDAY 
9.30AM - 4.30PM. 

14 Cross Street Seaton Devon EX12 2LH. 
01297 22800 * victorytearooms@outlook.com 



Sarah Hellier 



Spa & Beauty treatments 

Beauty by the Sea 


01297 21201 
07495565089 

sarahhellier@outlook.com 

Knight & Maiden 
31 Fore Street Seaton EX 12 2 AD 

NOW on sale £10 gift vouchers 
for any occasion 

Merry Christmas to Seaton 
and our customers! 



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PAINTING & DECORATING 
STONEWORK & BRICKWORK 
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EXTENSIONS • PLASTERING 

WisAihq aCC out customers 
a Happy CAristmas and a 
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RPM MOTOR SERVICES 



Established in 2007, RPM Motor Services are the 
leading garage for Seaton and the surrounding 
area. Regularly investing in the latest tools and di¬ 
agnostic equipment, RPM are a friendly and mod¬ 
em garage business 


22772 or visit the website at www.rpmmotor 
services.co.uk 

Winter is looming, don't get caught out! Book 
your winter safety check with us for just £19.99. 


that offers every¬ 
thing from regular 
servicing and MOT 
testing, to diagnos¬ 
tic fault finding and 
general repairs such 
as brakes, exhausts 
and tyres. We can 
diagnose and repair 
problems with air 
condition systems 
too. We also supply 
and fit Parrot 
hands-free tele¬ 
phone systems, 
parking sensors and 
towbars and offer a 
free local collection 
and delivery ser¬ 
vice. For more in¬ 
formation, please 
call us on 01297 




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at Unit 3, Fosseway Park 
adds to the range of services we 
are able to offer our customers. 
Also welcomes commercial 
vehicles and 4x4s 

Wishing all our 
customers a very 
Merry Christmas! 




RAC Appro 

Honest pricing - All work will be 
explained clearly and the cost will be 
transparent 

Quality work - Any repairs done will 
meet the high standard set by the 
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rations and unique gifts or order bespoke commissions. All hand 
crafted in Seaton by Gill with a Gee. The Studio and Shop is open 
10am-4pm Tuesday-Fridays and 10am-lpm Saturdays, with extended 
hours during December. "Walking into your shop is like walking into 
a rainbow!" said one delighted customer. Visit and browse at No 1 
Cross Street, near the Town Hall. The shop is even sunnier now that 
the leaves are off the trees in the park across the road. 

Gill will also be at these Christmas Markets 
: Sidford Christmas Tea Party, Wednesday 
23rd November, The Village Hall, 2:30- 
4:30pm; Lyme Regis Christmas Arts and 
Craft Fair, Saturday 27th November, the 
Courtyard Gallery near the Town Mill, 10am- 
8pm; Seaton, in the studio at WithaGee Glass 
Art, Friday 2nd December from 10am-8pm, 
and Saturdays in December from 10am-5pm. 

Closed on Mondays. 

Check online www.withagee.com for the 
website. See Facebook WithaGee Glass Art 
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GANIC WORX 


ORGANIC Worx is an health food business 
dedicated to sustainability and organic living. 
It was bom out of a desire to create a business 
that promotes seasonal, sustainable, organic 
living. Living and eating with our planet’s 
natural yearly cycle, eating food that nature 
provides through the seasons, for our health 
and the health of the planet and future gener¬ 
ations to come. 

I have been in the health food retail trade for 
15 years and a lot has changed in that time. 
My aim here now is to get as much local and 
UK grown food into the shop as I can and 
support local Organic produce, and promote 
local sustainability. We currently have Elbow 
farm (Beer) vegetables (when available), Lo¬ 
cally roasted coffee from the Coffee Factory 
(Whitford) and Durassic Coffee company, 
local organic eggs from Bulstone farm at 
Branscombe who are now in the process of 
working towards rearing and processing or¬ 
ganic chickens for the table. 

I also offer naturopathic health advice from 
30 years of knowledge gained from using 
Naturopathy and natural medicine to keep 
myself and my own family healthy. I am 
trained in Naturopathy and am now in my 
final year of a diploma in Herbal Medicine at 
the College of Naturopathic Medicine in Lon¬ 
don. Come and join us for a very warm wel¬ 
come. I look forward to meeting you. 




Organic shop dedicated 
to local sustainability 
and fair trade 

10% off 

on Friday 2nd December 
Late night 

Christmas Shopping! 


Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm, Saturday 9am - 4pm 
Shop 2 - Tanyards Court - Beer Road - Seaton EX 12 2PA 

Telephone 01297 24891 


Felt Christmas Tree 
Ornament Tutorial 


www.buddlycrafts.com 
Handmade by Josie Day 


STEP 1. Trace around the wooden Christmas tree 
shape onto your green and brown felt and cut out 
the required number of pieces. You will need two 
green tree fronts and one brown trunk for each or¬ 
nament. I used a light green felt which, combined 
with bright buttons, gives a really modem feel to 
the project. Should you prefer a more traditional 
theme, simply use a darker felt and scarlet buttons. 

Step 2. Place the mini buttons into a pleasing ar¬ 
rangement and then stitch securely using matching 
thread. 

Step 3. Using green thread stitch around the tree 
shape, inserting a burlap loop at the top and the 
brown trunk piece at the bottom. 

Step 4. If you are making the free standing ver¬ 
sion, colour a craft stick with brown felt-tip pen 
and insert along with your stuffing. 

Step 5. Insert the craft stick into a large wooden 
bead or wooden sewing bobbin. 

Step 6. That’s it! Now simply give your new 
handmade ornament pride of place amongst your 
other decorations! 




SEATON TRAMWAY - THE POLAR EXPRESS 


“ALL ABOARD!” The Polar Express is com¬ 
ing to Seaton Tramway in Devon this Decem¬ 
ber! Why not treat your loved ones to a once in 
a lifetime trip to the “North Pole” as Seaton 
Tramway invites you to be a part of everyone's 
favourite Christmas film! Families are sure to 
enjoy this magical tram ride to Santa’s home in 
one of the specially decorated single deck tram- 
cars. Enjoy a cup 
of hot chocolate, a 
delicious treat, 
speak to Santa and 
admire the awe¬ 
some lights of the 
“North Pole”. 

Children will also 
receive the first 
gift of Christmas 
from Santa him¬ 
self. 

The Polar Express 
Tram Ride will be 
running from De¬ 
cember 2nd-4th, 

9-11th and 16- 
24th, with trams 
departing from 


Seaton at 16.00,16.30,17.30,18.00,19.00 and 
19.30. Fares start from £19.95 each for Adults, 
£15.95 each for Children (3-15yrs), £55.85 for 
a Family Ticket (2+2) and children under 3 go 
FREE. 

To avoid disappointment, please book your 
place in advance either online at 
www.tram.co.uk or by phoning 01297 20375. 




















































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Make your own Super Santa Cupcake 


Preparation time 30 mins Cooking time 25 mins • Makes 12 cupcakes 


Ingredients 

For the Cupcake 

200g Unrefined golden caster sugar 
200g Butter (unsalted) softened • 3 eggs 
200g Self-raising flour • ltsp Vanilla extract 

For the Father Christmas Topper 

250g each of Sugar paste icing in red, chocolate, 

white & black • 60ml Water • Apricot Jam 

Preparation method 

1. Preheat the oven to 180°C (160°C fan, gas mark 
4) and line a 12 hole cupcake tin with cases. 

2. Cream together the butter and sugar until pale 
and fluffy, then add the eggs one by one mixing in 
well in betweenm then add the vanilla extract. Fold 
in the flour then spoon into the cases. 

3. Place in the oven for 20-25 minutes or until 
golden and a skewer come out clean. 

4. To make the father Christmas cake 
topper, use the red sugar paste icing and 
roll out a ball about 5cm in diameter 
then flatten the base. Next roll out a 
sausage about 10cm long znd 1.5 cm di¬ 
ameter for his arms and finally make a 
cone shape for his hat and squash the 
pointed end over to one side. 

5. Take some of the white icing and a 


little of the red and roll them together until the red 
blends in to give you a pink colour for his head. 

6. Next take some black icing and roll 2 small 
balls for eyes, 2 larger balls for his gloved hands and 
then roll out a little for a belt. 

7. To assemble, use a little water to glue the black 
belt onto the red body. Next finish the arms by at¬ 
taching the black hands to the ends of the red 
‘sausage’ shape. Then roll out some of the white 
icing until is around the end of the arms for his 
cuffs, using some water to glue. Then cut the arms 
leaving a diagonal edge. Attach these using a little 
water, squashing the arms around the body. 

8. Next make a small ball using the white icing for 
a pom pom and attach to the top of the hat. 

9. To finish, cut a disc of white icing and cut out 
a small edged piece for his beard, and 2 smaller 

pieces for his moustache. Make a 
small ball using red icing for nose. 
The attach 2 small balls of white icing 
and small black icing balls for his 
eyes. 

10. To decorate your cupcake, roll 
out some chocolate icing and cut into 
disc, place this on the cake using some 
warm apricot jam to stick. Then place 
the jolly father Christmas on top. 




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JUST FLOWERS 


JUST Flowers has been serving the Seaton 
and Axe Valley area with floral designs for 
nearly 100 years, specialising in floral 
arrangements for every occasion. Located in 
Queen Street we are easy to find in the town 
centre. Our florists design and make arrange¬ 
ments and hand-tied bouquets to meet your 
specific requirements. 

Just Flowers can offer a beautiful selection 
of Wedding Bouquets, Button JJoles, and 
arrangements for your special day and are 
happy to discuss your needs with an in-shop 
consultation. Just Flowers can help you 
choose your flowers and design. They cater 
for all sizes of weddings from small informal 
ceremonies to larger celebrations involving 
the church and reception venues. We can also 
create thank you gifts for those who have 
helped organise your perfect day. 

Whatever the occasion we can create a 
beautiful display just for you. Please call: 
01297 20662 or come in and see us we will 
be happy to help. 



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SERENDIPITY opened earlier this year and has 
already become a firm favourite with those who 
enjoy a good quality cup of locally sourced coffee 
in a serene and tranquil setting. Whether you 
choose to sit inside and gaze out onto the beauti¬ 
fully landscaped town square and Windsor gar¬ 
dens, or take a break from the hustle and bustle of 
the world within the secret courtyard garden, 
the stylish cafe will offer you a place to rest and 
recuperate. 

The exposed brickwork and painted wood of the 
interior, offer a contemporary backdrop, to sample 
homemade cakes, toasted sandwiches, Panini, 
crumpets and teacakes within the sophisticated sur¬ 
roundings. 

The coffee shop opens from 8.30am-4.30pm, so 
early birds can grab their morning beverage and 
with the option of takeaway also available, what 
better way to start your day? 

Well-behaved children and dogs are also wel¬ 
come and you can build up points with a customer 
loyalty card. Credit, and debit cards are accepted 
along with contactless payment. If you woud like 
any further details, you can visit the website 
www.serendipitycoffee.co.uk or the Facebook 
page at Facebook.com/serendipitycoffee 






























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AL FESTIVAL STARTS FRIDAY 2ND DECEMBER C ( 




ANIMAL BOTANICAL 


Pet Santa Returns 
to Seaton! 

WE are very lucky here at Animal Botanical 
that Pet Santa has chosen to visit us again this 
year at Animal Botanical on Queen Street in 
Seaton. He will be meeting our local four 
legged friends between 5 and 7pm in his 
grotto, with treats galore to keep tails wag¬ 
ging! 

He will also have FREE Christmas goodies 
for all pet owners which surely makes Animal 
Botanical the BEST place to do your Christ¬ 
mas shopping for all your pets this year. 

We look forward to meeting you if you are 
new to the shop, and hope we can help you 
with anything you might need for any pet; 
large or small, old or young, scaly or furry. 

A very Merry Christmas to all our lovely 
customers. 



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LYME BAY MOBILITY 


Scoot down to our Fosseway Park showroom! 


THIS is our second Christmas trading and we 
have had a great year.... 

LYMEBAY MOBILITY sell scooters and 
accessories, lift chairs, walking and bathing 
aids, wheelchairs and cushions. 

To Celebrate we are offering 10% off all shop 
prices up to Christmas 

There are lots of Christmas gift ideas here. 

This includes; classic canes, walking sticks, 
umbrella sticks, walking trolleys and rol- 
laters, wheelchairs, and all showroom 
scooters, scooter covers and bags, capes, 
and winter protective scooter clothing. 

We offer a come to you visit consulta¬ 
tion service, or come and collect you to 
visit our showroom, if you are thinking 
of buying a mobility scooter. Usually 
15 or more models to choose from dis- 
play. 

Existing scooter owners, please take 
note... our annual service is now only 
£30.00 collected and returned with full 
report. 

END OF YEAR OFFERS 

There are one or two clearance offers 
on scooters including a new Roma Solva 


medium sized folding scooter for only £525 sav¬ 
ing £200, (no Vat if disabled). 

SAVE £2,000 

There is one only new Rascal Vision top of the 
range 8MPH scooter for £2,999 (List price 
£4,995). Yes £2,000 saving! 

Part exchange upgrades or replacement 
mobility scooters are always welcome, and we 
will buy good condition scooters. 






A huge thanks to all of you 
that have been part of 
making our first year in 
Seaton into an amazing and 
successful experience. 

www.affar.co.uk 



Shop: 01297 20656 
Mobile: 07584063980 
email: info@affar.co.uk 


4 Cross Street, Seaton, 
Devon EX12 2LH 




SALES - SERVICES - REPAIRS 


NEW and USED 
Mobility Scooters! 


10% Price increase as of December 1st 2016 

ORDER NOW TO BEAT 
THE PRICE INCREASE! 


Phone: 

01297 792 804 

Unit 1, Fosseway Park, 
Harepath Road, Seaton 








































































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LYME BAY AUCTIONS 



IT’S a busy time of year for Lyme Bay 
Auctions who have their monthly sale on the 
Monday 28th November followed closely by 
their Christmas sale on Monday 12th Decem¬ 
ber. This marks the end of another fantastic 
year for the Seaton-based auction house. The 
business goes from strength to strength with 
its auctions selling over 1,000 lots each month 
globally using online bidding and locally at 
their purpose-built auction rooms. 

If you are looking to sell furniture, antiques, 
vintage items, jewellery or collectables then 
why not give Lyme Bay Auctions a call on 
01297 22453. 

With a full calendar of auctions planned for 
next year, 2017 certainly looks set to be busy 
for Lyme Bay Auctions! 

The team at Lyme Bay Auctions and 
Removals would like to wish everyone in 
Seaton a very happy Christmas and a 
prosperous New Year. 


THE MANOR HOUSE 
CARE HOME 



THE Manor House Care Home is run as a small 
family home with the emphasis on the provision of 
quality individual care in a comfortable, safe and 
cheerful environment. The organisation and man¬ 
agement of the home are the means to achieve that 
end. 

Dr. S.H. and Mrs. S.E.C. Curry have owned, 
managed and resided at The Manor House since 
April 1996. 

Dr. Curry is a chartered psychologist with many 
years experience dealing with the rehabilitation of 
brain-injured individuals, whilst Mrs. Curry is an 
RGN with many years of specialist practice. Her 
experiences as ward Sister have been invaluable 
training in the management of staff and resources. 

The Manor Houses latest Care Quality Commis¬ 
sion inspection report was rated as a 3 Star or Ex¬ 
cellent Care Service. The Manor House is a private 
residential care home which strives to provide the 
highest standard of care and permanent accommo¬ 
dation for 15 elderly individuals. 

At The Manor House it is their aim to provide in¬ 
dividual care in a comfortable, safe and cheerful 
environment where residents' individuality, pri¬ 
vacy, dignity and freedom are respected. 

At any point in time The Manor House will have 
between 14 and 18 members of staff additional to 
the proprietors. The proprietors fully recognize the 
crucial role that staff play in the welfare of the res¬ 
idents and therefore have had a long-standing com¬ 
mitment to continuous staff development and 
training. This is evidenced by the high level of staff 
qualification. 

Please visit our website, where you will find all 
the information you need to determine if our home 
would be suitable for you or your relative. How¬ 
ever; if you feel you need any additional informa¬ 
tion about any aspect of life in our home, please 
feel free to contact us at any time. 

If you are able, we would like you to visit so we 
can show you what our home has to offer you or 
your relative. 



SO SOPHIE is a brand new shop in Seaton, 
based in the Grove development (off the Co¬ 
op carpark). 

The shop offers gifts for the home, shabby 
chic furniture, Christmas decorations and a 
selection of handmade soft furnishings, hand¬ 
bags, bunting and aprons. 

A selection of beautiful locally made 
wreaths are available for Christmas and the 
shop is now taking orders for fresh wreaths 
ready for collection. Fresh wreaths are £15 
each with artificial wreaths from £21. 

The shop also sells works by local artists 
Vivienne Littley and Brian Eastmond. 

Vivienne is a talented artist from Axminster 
who paints beautiful canvases and slate 
plaques - both of which are available to buy 
in the shop. 

Brian is a talented photographer from 
Seaton who captures the most amazing im¬ 
ages. His photos are also available to buy in 
the shop - ideal presents. 

The shop is open Tuesdays to Sundays 
(closed Mondays) and has lots of Christmas 
gift ideas, so why not pop in and say hello? 




MICHELLE HAGUE 
CLINICAL HYPNOTHERAPY 


Christmas is Coming, 
whether you like it or not! 

Christmas is coming 
Are you getting fat? 

One to many mince pies 
To much of this and that, 

Like a glass of wine or two 

Before the TV sat while not taking any exercise 

Then fat is where you’re at. 

Michelle the hypnotherapist 
Can do something for you. 

She’s worked with many people now 
and knows a thing or two. 

She doesn’t promise magic or gimmicks games or tricks 
But helps you to take control, in ways that make it stick 
So if you want a shapely bod or change some other thing, 
Then just pick up your telephone and give Michelle a 
ring. 

07761 773563 

michelle @ haguemail .co .uk 

www.takecontrolofyourlife .co .uk 

Adapted from a poem by George Houguez 2012 
with his kind permission. 




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Wishing our residents and Seaton 
a very Merry Christmas 
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CHRISTMAS IN SEATON 


Tuesday, November 22nd 2016 33 




4 SEASONS, Hats, Hiking, and Lifestyle, sit¬ 
uated at The Grove complex Seaton success¬ 
fully opened its doors on Sat 12 th November. 
The shop is owned by Mother and Daughter 
Janet and Liza Phillips who have relocated from 
Panic Design on Marine Place, a shop,that has 
traded in Seaton for 20 years. Janet and Liza 
specialise in hats that give sun protection and 
are the countries no 1 outlet for the world fa¬ 
mous Tilley that offers 98% protection from the 
Suns harmful rays, and a lifetime guarantee. 22 
different styles are available. They also have a 
range Sunday Afternoon hats, that also give pro¬ 
tection and lifetime guarantee plus Australian 


and South African leader hats. Their extensive 
range of rainwear includes award winning Tar¬ 
get Dry/ Lighthouse and Jack Murphy, and 
walking boots, shoes and wellingtons are Gri 
Sport who were awarded best outdoor manu¬ 
facturer by the footwear industry. The old shop, 
was often referred to as an Alladins cave and 
most of the popular lines have been transferred 
so you will still find of quality products. As in 
Panic Design all products in 4seasons are either 
made in UK, Fair Trade or sourced from very 
ethical companies. 

Janet and Liza wish all their customers old and 
new a very happy Christmas. 


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of 20 years in Seaton 


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We have an amazing selection of beach, rain & hiking wear 
for all ages, plus walking boots, sandals, clogs etc. 
Tilley, Barmah and leather hats, deal clothing, hiking poles, 
shooting sticks and much, much more! 


CENTRAL 1 STEVES NEWS 


STEVE’S News has extended its range of 
fresh vegetables since the closure of Natures 
Harvest and are now able to order in specific 
vegetables as required. 

They have many offers on wines, beers and 
spirits, with Christmas special offers includ¬ 
ing Celebrations tubs at £5, Mr Kipling’s 
mince pies at £1 per box of six and McVitie’s 
Family Circle for £2.50 (all while stocks last). 

Excellent Jack’s Beans take away coffee 
machine is also available at £2 for a 12oz 
mug. 

The shop offers many great value products 
to help you keep the cost of your daily shop 
to a minimum. There are weekly offers, 
always changing, including something for 
everyone. 

With the support of customers old and new, 
plus the encouragement they get on a daily 
basis, it makes it all worth while. 

Steve said: “We offer a friendly service and 
our staff have high standards to keep up. You 
only have to ask for help and they will assist 
you. 

“We would like to take this opportunity to 
say a big thank you to all the businesses and 
people who have continued to support us. 



Central @ Steves News 

www.stevesnews. uk 



i Street, Seaton,Devon EXI2 2AD T:0I297 * 21IS8 

A family run Convenience Store, jl 

with personal service. jL 


• Magazines & Newspapers 
•Lottery'Scratch Cards 

• Take away Coffee 

• Frozen & CNIler Foods 



•Fresh Produce 
• Wines, Seers & Spirits 
•Agents for Dry Cleaning 



OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 


® Mon - Sat 6.30am - 8.00pm. 
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FINISHING TOUCHES 


FINISHING Touches cafe will provide the perfect 
prelude or fancy finale to a day out in Seaton this 
summer. The family run coffee shop offers nour¬ 
ishing wholesome food and fabulous fluid refresh¬ 
ment within their contemporary and spacious 
retreat on Harbour Road. 

The cafe opened eight years ago and has become a 
popular pit stop with locals and visitors, offering a 
range of quality comestibles for every size of ap¬ 
petite, including healthy breakfasts with grilled 
bacon, beans and scrambled eggs; light lunches, 
homemade soups and freshly baked cakes. 

The vintage decor and large lounge area provide 
an ideal atmosphere in which to while away the 
hours, while you sup on speciality teas, coffees or 
one of the luxurious milkshakes, made with real 
dairy ice cream. 

If the sun is shining, you can enjoy a Devon 
Cream Tea outside on one of the roadside 
tables as you keep an eye on the bustling little sea¬ 
side town, or perhaps just enjoy the sound 
of the sea lapping the shore, while you indulge 
in some homemade gateau or a slice of lemon driz¬ 
zle cake. 

Finishing Touches is open all year round and 
offers a warm and friendly welcome, whatever the 
weather. 




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SWEET HEAVEN 



SWEET Heaven is a traditional family sweet 
shop based on Fore Street in Seaton. Supply¬ 
ing an array of old fashioned and modem day 
sweets for all occasions or if you just fancy 
something sweet for yourself. 

Sweet Heaven will have been in business for 
7 years in May and in that time have supplied 
Children’s Parties, Weddings and many 
Seaton shoppers just fancying something 
sweet! 

Always available to help for any events or 
occasions that you have lined up. Whether it 
is Party packages or bags through to supply¬ 
ing those who are buying something to say 
Thank you or Get Well to a loved one. 

With a sugar free selection of sweets avail¬ 
able, Cath and Jeoff want to ensure that they 
have something for everyone to enjoy. 

Be sure to pop in and see us and sample 
some of your old favourites today and treat 
yourself to a few you’ve never tried before. 




Wishing our customers a 


Happy Christmas and New Year ^ 

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you on December 2nd 



SEATON CHRISTMAS MARKET 


Seaton Artisan Market Christmas 


SHOPPERS are in for a treat again in the run up 
to Christmas. Alongside Seaton’s Xmas Light cel¬ 
ebrations Seaton’s traditional Christmas Artisan 
Market will be back Saturday December 3rd from 
10am on Windsor Gardens. Beautiful hand-crafted 
Christmas gifts and products from high quality 
traders with everything from artisan glass work, 
wood carving and beautiful jewellery though to 
hand-made fudge and well as traditional mulled 
wine will be available. Santa Claus 
will also be making an appearance at 
the market. You’ll find him in his 
grotto in Sweet Heaven in Fore St. 

On Saturday December 10th a 
royal visit will take place. Queen 
Victoria will be arriving at the Vic¬ 
torian Artisan Fayre on Windsor 
Gardens and the Town Square at 
10am. She will be accompanied by 
Scrooge - who is rumored to be on 
stilts! and Victorian characters on 
traders stands and roaming around. 

There will be a host of entertainment 
during the day including dancing 
characters courtesy of JMDancefit, 


music from Seaton Primary School Choir and Vic¬ 
torian musicians and more. 

While you are at the market why not pick up a 
leaflet from local shops and enter the Seaton 
Christmas Trail for your chance to win over 100.00 
of Christmas goodies and vouchers. 

More information about the Christmas Markets 
and the Christmas Trail are available on 
www.seatondevon.org/xmas-2016 






























































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REHABILITATION • 


Tuesday, November 22nd 2016 35 




41 Fore Street, Seaton, EX12 2AD 
01297 598605 

www.eastdevonsportstherapy.co.uk 



Priscah Jeptoo, Kenyan 
Olympic Champion, during 
a WalkerView gait analysis 
session. 



Alex Lane, England 
badminton No.4 singles 
player testing his gait 
following an injury. 



Paula Radcliffe at the lab with her 
custom orthotics 



Anthony Joshua, world 
heavyweight champion 
using AlterG for recovery 



Gareth Bale, recovering from 
a calf injury on the anti¬ 
gravity treadmill 


Laser Therapy 


Anti-Gravity Treadmill 


Plantar Pressure Analysis 


Photobiomodulation is the application of 
red and near infra-red light over injuries to 
increase the speed, quality and tensile 
strength of tissue repair; resolve 
inflammation and relieve pain. 

The effects are photochemical (like 
photosynthesis in plants). When the 
correct intensity and treatment times are 
applied, red and near infrared light 
reduces oxidative stress and increases 
ATP. This improves cell metabolism and 
reduces inflammation. 

PBM Therapy appears too good to be 
true as it does many things, but really it 
does just one thing very well, reduces 
oxidative stress. This is accepted as the 
underlying trigger for most diseases and 
degenerative conditions. It is also a 
component in the inflammatory phase of 
acute and chronic injuries. 

It is popularly used for acute and chronic 
pain on soft tissue injuries, joint 
conditions such as osteo and rheumatoid 
arthritis, neuropathic pain, post operation 
recovery and general body aches. 


We are the only private clinic in the South 
West and one of only fifteen private 
clinics in the UK to offer this therapy to 
the public. 

Engineered by NASA, the Anti-Gravity 
Treadmill 'unweights’ the user by as 
much as 80% in precise 1 % increments 
allowing them to move at a reduced 
bodyweight. This accurate, safe and 
comfortable partial weight-bearing 
therapy promotes normal gait patterns, 
unlike hydrotherapy, whilst significantly 
minimising the impact on joints and 
muscles to aid a smooth recovery. The 
system provides a safe and pain-free 
environment for use in physical therapy 
sessions at any stage of the rehabilitation 
process, including: 

- Soft tissue injuries 

- Post operatiion rehabilitation 

- Weight loss 

- Coordination (motor neuron, parkinsons) 

- Performance training 



Our system offers analysis of walking and or running over the 
RS footscan mat. With over 4000 sensors embedded into it 
we gain in depth analysis of your foot positions, pressure and 
force distributed during the motion, in both 2D and 3D. The 
advanced software allows automatic division of the foot into 
specific regions. This allows force and pressure distribution 
within these areas to be analysed and associated with certain 
foot mechanics and functions which may affect the kinetic 
chain of your gait. 

Custom 3D Printed Orthotics 


Offering the world’s first dynamic 3D printed orthotics as the 
UK’s opening distributor. They are customised to support the 
every move of an individual from our pressure plate analysis. 


It is this 3D print system that gave Paula Radcliffe a come 
back in 2015 "Without the support of these orthotics, I 
would have been incapable of recovering this quickly after 
my operations, this would have probably been i 
my career." 'Paula Radcliffe 2015' 


Our custom insoles found their way to the games! | 

12 athletes using Phits in appeared in Rio. They came from 10 
different countries and participated in the marathon, th e hig h 
jump, basketball, road cycling, badminton and tennis. 


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PETS PANTRY 


PETS Pantry is situated in Holyrood Street and has 
been Chards favourite pet store for many years. 
Stocking everything from pet carriers, toys, feeds, 
treats, leads, flea-treatments and much more, they 
really have absolutely everything you and your pet 
will ever need! 

Now in stock are some fantastic festive dog toys 
and chew toys to keep your four-legged friend en¬ 
tertained over the Christmas period. Also, so your 
pet isn’t left out, there are Christmas stockings for 
cats, dogs and small animals. Functional and fash¬ 
ionable dog coats are also available to help your 
best friend stay warm as the cold nights draw in, 
as well as cosy beds to ensure complete comfort 
and a perfect nights rest. 

Our pets are family and give so much love and 
enjoyment throughout the years, so why not give 
something back this Christmas? 

Visit Pets Pantry and make all your pets Christ¬ 
mas wishes come true! 




BARRONS, situated on Holyrood Street in 
Chard, Barrons has been serving South Som¬ 
erset for nearly 30 years and continues to grow 
from strength to strength as time goes on. 

Stocking the finest fleeces, knitwear, walk¬ 
ing boots, footwear, wax jackets, polo shirts, 
Doctor Martens, socks, hats, walking sticks 
and many more items, you are sure to find at 
least one or two perfect presents for your 
loved ones (or even yourself!) in this fantastic 
store. 

Christmas deals are available with Peter 
England long sleeve winter shirts, normally 
£45, NOW ONLY £25! But be quick as there 
are limited stocks! 

Also with a cold and wet winter ahead of us 
why not treat yourself to wellingtons for all 
occasions by Barbour, Toggi and Grubbs, ideal 
footwear for the impending snow! 

With a wide variety of high quality stock at 
great value prices, Barrons is a fantastic Christ¬ 
mas shopping destination to visit this winter. 



Barrons 

- Outdoor Wear - 

Choose from the quality 
range of clothing and 
footwear 

§ berghaus 

Walking Boots 

Barbour dubarru® 

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Chord/ Christmas Lights Switch On 

Saturday 26 th November 


CHARD is gearing up for another spectacular 
illuminated festive display this year, with the 
addition of 99 Christmas trees, set to make the 
annual Christmas light switch on the biggest 
and best yet. 

The grand ceremony to unveil the decora¬ 
tions and light up the town for yuletide will 
take place on Friday 25th November, with the 
evening of revelry commencing at 6pm. 

Father Christmas will be making an appear¬ 
ance as well as the Chard Evolution Ma¬ 
jorettes, who will entertain the crowds with 
their usual exuberance alongside 
Chard’s Carnival Princess, Kelly 
Leigh. 

There will be a magnificent craft 
fair in the Guildhall so 
you can pick up some 
unique Christmas gifts 
and a number of differ¬ 
ent rides on the High 
Street to entertain the 
younger visitors, as 
well as snow machines 
for an added magical feel. 

There will also be a treat for 
Star Wars fans, when 
Darth Vader and some of 
his Storm Troopers join 
the fun. They will be 


fighting it out with the Carnival Princess for 
the honour of performing the grand switch on. 

For a festive and fulsome evening of fun, 
you can bring your friends and family to the 
Guildhall in Chard from 6pm and start you 
yuletide in style. 

If you would like any further details, you 
can visit the Facebook page 
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Emery News 


Emery Newsagent 
Christmas Room now open 
wrap, cards, cake decs, costumes, tags, 
bags, decorations and lots more 

Open from 

5am Monday - Saturday 
and from 5.30am on Sunday 


6 HOLYROOD STREET, CHARD 
TELEPHONE 01460 63027 














































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CARAVAN & MOTORHOME 
SOLUTIONS 


WITH our wealth of knowledge and experi¬ 
ence, Caravan & Motorhome Solutions pro¬ 
vide an independent and individual service. 
Old or new, we have the experience and 
knowledge to diagnose and repair any fault on 
your touring vehicle. All work is carried out 
by qualified staff and fully guaranteed. 

We can help from fitting extra lights and 
plugs, major accident or damp damage, gas 
installations, servicing, body work and habi¬ 
tation checks. 

We also supply and fit solar panels, revers¬ 
ing cameras and reversing sensors and much 
more. 

We are also able to offer an approved insur¬ 
ance quote for all your insurance needs, as 
well as shower tray repairs, or for just some 
advice and quotations we are here to help, so 
why not benefit from our knowledge and ex¬ 
perience and call us on: 01460 63320. 






Your one-stop service and repair centre 


• Damp repairs 

• GRP repairs 

• Shower trays 
repaired 

• Sink repairs 

• Plastic welding 

• Habitation checks 


• Vehicle servicing 

• Accessories 
fitting including: 
Solar panels 
Reversing 
cameras 


01460 63320 ^ 
www.caravanmotorhomesolutions.co.uk 

Unit 8b, Millfield Industrial Estate, 
Chard, Somerset TA20 2BB 


OAK LODGE CARE HOME 


Dignity is a basic human right, not an optional extra 


PHYSICAL comfort is just one measure of quality of lifestyle. Your needs, 
your preferences, and your well-being are what come first at Oak Lodge. The 
house is registered to provide personal and nursing care for older people, with 
a very successful, separate area dedicated for the provision of specialist de¬ 
mentia care. Twenty-four hour cover is provided by a qualified, experienced 
and committed care team. They have recently been individually recognised 
as a company and a home, for their high standards and attention to detail that 
differentiates Oak Lodge from other homes. Oak Lodge isn’t just a place to 
stay, but a place to call 
home. 

At Oak Lodge we 
believe that another 
important aspect of 
maintaining our high 
standard of accommoda¬ 
tion is redecoration when 
it is needed. Many of 
our rooms have been 
refreshed in recent 
months, including our 
new quiet room. This is a 
beautifully decorated 
lounge area with views of 
the garden where resi¬ 
dents may spend time 


with visiting loved one, or simply relax. 

Staff at Oak Lodge are also supporting the national initiative of Dignity 
Champions. A Dignity Champion is someone who believes passionately that 
being treated with dignity is a basic human right, not an optional extra. They 
believe that care services must be compassionate, person centred, as well as 
efficient, and are willing to try to do something to achieve this. 

Please don’t hesitate to call for advice, or for an information pack, with no 
commitment necessary. Our telephone number is 01460 67258. 



GAte 

PLASTIC PRODUCTS LTD 
PLASTIC PRODUCTS 

Fascias - Soffits - Guttering - Cladding 
UPVC windows, doors & conservatories 
(Supply only or supply & fit) 

GLASS PRODUCTS 

Glass cut to size - Sealed units - Framing glass 
Greenhouse replacement glass - Mirrors 

^ ACCESSORIES 

Trims - Sealants - Fixings 
Hedgehog gutter guards 


Wishing a very Merry Christmas 
to all of our customers! 


OPENING TIMES: 

Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm 
Saturday 9am - 12noon 
Unit 4 Millfield Close, Millfield Ind. Est. Chard, 


Somerset TA20 2DJ 


T: 01460 63402 

E: galeplastics@aol.co.uk 



ARM 51 

Antiques and collectables 


Due to expansion , we now have cabinet and 
shelf space available 

22 Holyrood Street, Chard TA20 2AH 

Patrica & Neil Ling 

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Majesticare 

Luxury Care Home 


Oak Lodge Care Home 

Fresh challenges, new opportunities and 
a superlative quality of life 



WISHING EVERYONE A MERRY CHRISTMAS 


Respite Care Available - Please Call For Details 
MOVING TO A NEW HOME AT ANY TIME CAN BE 
CHALLENGING, WE UNDERSTAND WHAT A BIG 
DECISION THIS IS FOR YOU, AND FOR YOUR FAMILY 
AND FRIENDS. TO ORGANISE A VISIT OR ENQUIRE 
ABOUT FEES OR AVAILABILITY PLEASE CONTACT 

www.majesticare .co .uk 

TEL: 01460 67258 FAX: 01460 68068 
E-mail: oaklodge @ majesticare .co .uk 

OAKLODGE, LORDLEAZE LANE, CHARD, SOMERSET TA20 2HN 































































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AVALON CARPET & 
UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS 




AVALON Cleaning are among the leading 
and most trusted carpet cleaning providers in 
the area. Our carpets see everything in our 
home life: laughs, spillages, accidents and 
muddy feet. Over the lifetime of a carpet, it 
can gather many dangerous microbes and 
bacteria, as well as have its original colour 
darkened. 

If you or any member of your family suffers 
from Asthma, our deep down hygienic clean 
can help to alleviate symptoms. Regular 
cleaning of your carpet can reduce wear and 
prolong life by removing the grit and dust that 
damage the fibres. 

We also offer ScotchGard treatment, which 
helps prevent staining and repel dirt by form¬ 
ing an invisible barrier and protects against 
water-based liquid stains, such as coffee and 
red wine. Please ask for prices, or visit the 
website www.avaloncleaning.co.uk 


..Avalon.. 

Carpet & Upholstery Cleaners 
Call Steve 

01935330052 / 01460210027 
w w w.avaloncleaning .co.uk 


Holyrood Cars 


Merry Christmas to one and all 
Furnham Road, Chard, 
Somerset, TA20 1BE 
Tel: Chard (01460) 64178 
Mob:07850305655 
www.holyroodcars.co.uk 




CHARD DOMESTIC 
APPL ANCES LTD 


CHARD Domestic Appliances offer a friendly, 
professional and knowledgeable service to all, and 
will help customers choose the right appliances for 
their needs. All items are competitively priced, and 
can be delivered locally free of charge at a time 
suitable and convenient. They will even deliver on 
Saturdays, to suit the requirements of busy work¬ 
ing people. 

If they do not have items available in the show¬ 
room, special orders can be placed from a wide 
range of manufacturers and suppliers. They are 
open six days a week, right on your doorstep. Why 
go anywhere else! 



CHARD DOMESTIC 
APPLIANCES LTD 


DISHWASHERS, 
WASHING MACHINES, 
FRIDGES, COOKERS, 

1 FREEZERS & MORE 


SAME DAY DELIVERY OFTEN POSSIBLE 


Open Mon - Sat 9am - 5pm 

OLD TOWN CHARD Tel. 01460 63698 

All major credit cards accepted 



FOTO FINISH CHARD 


ALCHEMILLA 
ARCHITECTS LTD 



ALCHEMILLA Architects Ltd is a RIBA 
Chartered Practice based in rural Somerset in 
the Blackdown Hills. Our focus is on one-off 
houses, extensions and high-end residential 
projects but we are currently also working on 
the re-development of a large animal shelter 
as well as a Passivhaus-certified office build¬ 
ing. 

We see architecture as integral to the built 
environment, and pride ourselves in providing 
a full service from inception to completion. 
Part of this is a strong commitment to energy 
efficient buildings including the in-house 
skills of a certified Passivhaus designer. 

• Feasibility Studies 

• Site surveys 

• Planning, Listed Building and 
Conservation Area Application 

• Building Regulations Applications and 
working drawings 

• Contract Administration and Site 
Inspections 

• Passivhaus Design 

We offer a practical, modem fresh approach 
with a traditional twist. Your vision remains 
at the heart of the project, whilst our expertise 
in sustainable building methods and technol¬ 
ogy ensures that your building will be com¬ 
fortable, economical to run and beautiful to 
look at. 

We would like to thank all our existing 
clients for entrusting us with their exciting 
projects this year and wish them a Merry 
Christmas and a Happy New Year. 


alchemilla architects ltd 

passivhaus/ecological refurbishment/energy ef 

ficiency 

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Alchemilla Architects Ltd is a RIBA Chartered Practice 
based in rural Somerset offering a practical, modern fresh 
approach with a traditional twist. 


T 01460 234149 
M 07825 155504 

E info@alchemillaarchitects.co.uk 
W www.alchemillaarchitects.co.uk 



B.GIBBS FUNERAL 
SERV CES LTD 


B. GIBBS Funeral Services Ftd. is a family 
business covering the local community of Chard 
and the surrounding area. 

We are proud to be an independent family run 
firm, offering a range of traditional, green and 
bespoke funerals. 

Barry Gibbs is a member of the National 
Association of Funeral Directors (NAFD) and 
holds the NAFD Diploma in Funeral Directing, 
giving families the peace of mind that their 
arrangements are carried out to the highest 
standard. Being born and raised in Chard, Barry 
understands the local area and the needs of the 
local communities within. 

We guarantee a 24 hour a day, all year round 
service and are happy to discuss arrangements 
wherever you feel most comfortable either in the 
comfort of you own home or at our office in the 
main street of Chard. 

A funeral service should reflect the life of the 
person who has passed away and must be 
carefully planned and tailored to those individual 
requirements. Whether it is to be a simple funeral 
service or something more elaborate, we can 
provide you with the guidance and support to 
make this special occasion as unique as the person 
who has passed away. 

Barry and his dedicated staff are always on hand 
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd 
Sidmouth: Tea Dance at All Saints EX10 8ES, 2.30pm 
Seaton: Cooking For One Demo with HALFF 
(Health and Local Food for Families), llam-lpm. 
Free healthy cooking demonstrations giving hints 
and ideas for cooking for one and covering nutri¬ 
tional advice for type 2 diabetes, heart disease, 
high blood pressure and modified diets (eg 
puree/fork mashable). At the United Reformed 
Church, Cross Street, Seaton EX12 2LH. No need 
to book, just turn up, it’s free. Call Laura on 01297 
631782 for more information or email 
laura(a)halff.org.uk. 

Cotleigh: Christmas Edible Gifts, with Wendys 
Cookshop (Aprons and all Ingredients Included £40 
per person) Cotleigh Village Hall 6.30-9pm, con¬ 
tact 01404 45940 to book. 

Sidmouth: The Big Band at Christmas, with Five Star 
Swing. Playing live at Sidmouth’s Manor Pavilion. 
The show also features Simone from the Ivy Ben¬ 
son Orchestra, and Chris Smith (Jnr) composer and 
arranger for the BBC Radio Big Band, Herb Miller Big 
Band (Glenn’s brother), plus Tony Bennett’s trom¬ 
bonist - tickets will be selling fast! - Call Box Office 
01395 514413 or www.manorpavilion.com 
Crewkerne: Computer Drop-in - Questions an¬ 
swered and help provided. 10am to 12 noon at Hen- 
hayes Centre, E2/E3. 

Crewkerne: Tuesday Welcome Group at Henhayes 
Centre. £2.50 incl coffee per session. For people 
50+ who like to meet other people and enjoy a few 
activities like painting, pottery, music, quizzes and 
occasional bingo. Transport can be arranged 
(£3.00) and members usually stay for a cooked 
lunch priced at £6.00 including tea or coffee. Please 
call 01460 74340 for further details. 

Crewkerne: Henhayes Knitters at Henhayes Centre. 
Come and enjoy a knit and natter afternoon and make 
items for yourself or for sale at the Centre. 2 - 4pm 
Axminster: Have your say coffee morning' Come 
and give your thoughts and feedback on the first 
season of The Axminster Heritage Centre. 10am - 
12 The Bradshaw Meeting Room, Axminster Her¬ 
itage Centre, Silver Street. 

Sidmouth: ‘The Big Band at Christmas’ with Five 
Star Swing Big Band. At Manor Pavilion. For more 
details call the box office on 01395 514413 or visit 
www.manorpavilion.com 

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 23rd 

Uplyme: Uplyme and Lyme Regis Horticultural Soci¬ 
ety AGM, followed by a talk from Mike Burks of the 
Garden Group on ‘What to Grow in your Green¬ 
house’. As several Committee members are 
standing down after giving long service, new 
members are urgently needed to help keep the 
Society's activities going so well - can you give a 
little of your time? 

Rousdon: Combpyne Rousdon Social Club Annual 
Turkey Bingo. At Peek Hall, Rousdon. Doors 7pm, 
eyes down 8pm. Half time tea, coffee, pasties and 
hotdogs. For more details call 01297 443235. 
Crewkerne: Bingo with cash prizes at Henhayes 
Centre. Eyes down 2.30pm. 

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24th 

Chard: Chard Camera Club. The club will be away at 
Lyme Camera club for an inter club competition. 
Images will be in the Open category and the event 
brings out the best from each club. 

Seaton: Greg’s Music Makers, lOam-llam at St 
Gregory’s Church Centre, Colyford Road. Come 
along and enjoy music and activities, and play. For 
families with children aged up to 4 years old. Toys, 
stories and refreshments. Donations of £1 per 
family are invited, www.coastalchurch.org.uk 
Honiton: Honiton’s Millennium Green committee 
Annual General Meeting at the Vine Inn on Honiton 
High Street. 7pm start, all are welcome. 

Crewkerne: Friends of Wadham School Quiz Night, 
7pm for 7.30pm start. Wadham School. Teams of 
max 6 people, £2 each. All welcome. 

Crewkerne: Over 50’s Keep Fit -10.00 am to 11.00 
am. £2.50 for members/ £3.50 for non- members 
Crewkerne: Physio Fit -10.30 am to 11.45 am. 
£2.00 for members/ £3.00 for non- members. 
Crewkerne: Short Mat Bowls. 2 - 4.30pm. New 
members welcome, come and give it a try. 

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 25th 

Seaton: Free Cooking Demonstrations For Heart & 
Diabetes with HALFF (Health and Local Food for 
Families). 10.30-12.30 Free healthy cooking 
demonstrations giving hints and ideas for cooking 
and covering nutritional advice for people with, or 
at risk of, type 2 diabetes, heart disease and high 
blood pressure. At The United Reformed Church 
Hall, Cross Street, Seaton EX12 2LH. No need to 
book, just turn up, it’s free. Chat, learn, eat. Call 
Hannah on 01297 631782 for more information, 
email hannah(a)halff.org.uk or go to 
www.halff.org.uk. 

Crewkerne: Sequence Dancing at the Victoria Hall, 
1.45pm-4pm. Tea and biscuits. Raffle, £2 per person. 
For more details call 01935 415520 or 01308 862866. 
Tatworth: Film: ‘Love & Friendship' (cert U) at Tatworth 
Memorial Hall. Doors 7.15pm, film 8pm. Organised by 


Deck the Halls at Forde Abbey 


MAKE your house a home this Christmas, using 
foliage foraged from the Abbey estate to create 
festive wreaths, table decorations and 
hand-crafted accessories to bring some extra 
sparkle to the holidays. 

Join us in the Great Hall at Forde Abbey, by the 
family Christmas tree, for a pick-and-mix selection 
of workshops, using the very best of what’s in sea¬ 
son along with velvet ribbons and all the trim¬ 
mings to make your home-made Christmas extra 
special. We’ve got some lovely ideas to share with 
you and all the ingredients for some homemade 
gifts you might not want to give away. 

We’ll be hosting three very different workshops 
throughout the day on Saturday, December 3rd, 




Deck the Halls 
Saturday 3 rd December 
Join us for workshops to 
I create festive wreaths, 
table decorations & 
hand-crafted accessories. 


n Audience with Father Christmas 


Saturday 10 th December 


Join Father Christmap by the fireside 
to be entertained by festive tales 
with some tasty treats - & a present 
if you’ve been very good! 


www.fordeabbey.co.uk 
4m SE Chard TA20 4LU 


The Henhayes 
Community Centre 
in Crewkerne 

Open to all 5 days a week 
for lunch, tea or coffee 9am to 4.30pm 
and Saturday mornings 
for coffee or tea and cakes 
from 10am to 12 noon 
Licensed premises 
The Centre can also be hired 

LOOK WHAT’S ON 


We are considering setting up a 

Men’s Shed 

Where activities such as woodwork, 
greenhouse gardening and craft would take 
place, or just to meet and socialise. 

We would like to hear from anyone who could 
assist, take part or help in any way. 


Breakfast / Brunch 

Saturday November 26th 

10 - 12noon (last order 11.30am) 

Basic Breakfast £4.00 

(Sausage, bacon, egg, beans or tomatoes, 
toast and tea or coffee) 

Extras available at 50p each 


The Henhayes Community Centre, 
South Street Car Park, Crewkerne 
Tel: 01460 74340 
www.henhayes.co.uk 


each lasting 90 minutes and including all the in¬ 
gredients for your hand-made home along with 
mince pies, mulled wine, tea and coffee. 

Either book individual workshops, or all tliree for 
a combined price of £90. 

Workshop: Festive Wreaths 
Time: 9.30am - 11am. Price: £45 
Learn how to make a wreath from start to finish 
using a copper wreath ring, hay, an abundance of 
opulent estate-grown foliage, berries and whatever 
accessories match your door or your mood. 
Workshop: Table Decorations 
Time: 12 noon - 1.30pm. Price: £45 
Set the scene for a perfect family gathering and 
learn how to make a Christmas table centrepiece 
using British flowers, foliage and berries. 
Workshop: Gift tags and place settings 
Time: 2.30pm - 4pm. Price: £25 
Sometimes it’s the little things that count and the 
personal touches that can transform a wrapped-up 
parcel or a place-setting at the Christmas table. 

An Audience with Father Christmas 

CHRISTMAS at Forde Abbey is a magical time of 
year, and we’re inviting you to share in the joy and 
wonder of the season with our very special ‘Audi¬ 
ence with Father Christmas’ on Saturday, Decem¬ 
ber 10th. 

Join him by the fireside in the Great Hall and be 
entertained with stories of Christmas merriment and 
mirth. He’ll be sharing his favourite festive nibbles 
with you and might also have a very special present 
if you’ve been good! 

You will receive a very warm welcome at Forde 
Abbey this Christmas, so why not bring the family 
for a day to remember. We’ll be decking the halls 
with boughs of holly, and much more besides! 

An ‘Audience with Father Christmas’ lasts ap¬ 
proximately 40 minutes and younger visitors will 
receive a very special present after the show. Per¬ 
formances at: 11am and 2pm. Tickets: Adult £8, 
Child £10, including garden entry. Full details of 
how to book are on the website 
www.fordeabbey.co.uk or please call the Office on 
01460 220231. 


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AT THE MEETING HOUSE 


MADE IN GLASTONBURY 
Until Sat 26 November 

Last chance to see! 

CHRISTMAS COLLECTION 
Mon 28 Nov - Fri 23 Dec 

A cornucopia of beautiful gift ideas 
from local makers. 

THE CORNISH ARMADA JAZZ BAND 
Friday 2 December 8pm 

Tickets £14 (pre-show supper £13 at 7pm, 
must be pre-booked). 

Tip-top trad jazz from “the best in the West”. 

Box Office: 01460 54973 
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Chard: Joint concert by Chard Concert Brass and 
Phoenix Brass (Crewkerne) in aid of Meningitis Re¬ 
search Foundation. At St Mary’s Church, 7.30pm. 
The concert is in memory of Roger Newton, who 
played with both bands. Roger passed away sud¬ 
denly in January 2016 after contracting Meningitis. 
Tickets are £5, available from Barrens or on the 
door on the night. 

Crewkerne: Crewkerne Country Market Christ¬ 
mas table has homemade cakes and puddings, 
handmade cards and decorations, available to 
buy and order. Come and see us at The Speed¬ 
well, Abbey Street, 9-11.30am every Friday. 
Ilminster: Somerset Wildlife Trust llminster/ Chard 
group meeting at Parish Hall, North Street TA19 
ODG. Dr Tom Brereton, Research director of Dorset- 
based charity "Marinelife" will give an illustrated pre¬ 
sentation entitled "Whales, Dolphins and seabirds 
off South-West England". Results of twenty years 
of Marinelife-at-sea surveys reveal the remarkable 
diversity of species seen in our waters including 
globally endangered Balearic Shearwaters, rare 
White-beaked dolphins and ocean giants such as 
the Fin whale. £2 members, £3 non-members, no 
charge for children. Refreshments available and 
SWT items on sale. 

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 26th 

Sidmouth: Weekend Dancing with Dancing Duo 
Henry & Jeannie. Sparklers Evening (so make it 
glitter!). At Stowford Centre, 8-11pm. Free parking. 
Bring your own snacks. Tea, coffee and biscuits 
provided. £6 on the door. For more details call 
01803 325905. 

Beer: Wurlitzer Theatre Organ Show - the popular 
Chris Powell will return to play at the Congrega¬ 
tional Church, Fore Street Beer. The show will start 
at 2pm, admission is £7 on the door, includes re¬ 
freshments, children free, everyone welcome. The 
AGM of the Friends of the Beer Wurlitzer will follow 
the show. For further info visit www.beerwurl- 
itzer.org.uk or phone 01297 24892. 

Horton Cross, near Ilminster: The popular Annual 
Christmas Craft Fair at Monks Yard, Horton Cross 
will take place from 10am to 4pm in aid of Dorset & 
Somerset Air Ambulance. You are assured of a 
warm welcome from over 30 local stallholders sell¬ 
ing their high quality, unique hand made gifts. 
Wonderful refreshments available in Monks Yard 
Eating Place. Free Entry. Free Parking. 

Seaton: Christmas Fayre at Seaton Town Hall. 
9:30am to 1pm. Large selection of Christmas dec¬ 
orations and gifts, handmade gifts, cakes, raffle 
and refreshments, including bacon rolls! In aid of 
Seaton Hospital and Seaton Friends Hospiscare at 
Home. Admission FREE. For more information or to 
have a stall please contact Seaton & District Hos¬ 
pital League of Friends' manager, Lycia Moore on 
01297 20143 or SeatonLOF(a)nhs.net 
Tipton St John: Tipton St John PTFA Christmas 
Fayre, 2-4pm. Raffle, Tea & Cake, various Christ¬ 
mas stalls. At Tipton St John Village Hall 
Ilminster: John De Barra live at The Crown Inn, 9pm. 
Merriott: Bingo at Merriott Social club in aid of the 
clubs refurbishments, eyes down 7.30pm. 

Merriott: Live music "One Tree Hill" at Merriott Social 
Club, 9.30pm til late, open to everyone, free entry. 
Colyton: Axe Valley Friends of FORCE coffee morn¬ 
ing, Colyton Town Hall, 9.30am to 11.30am, free entry 
Stoke Sub Hamdon: Tbe Triangle Trust Christmas 
Bazaar at Memorial Hall. 2pm - 4pm. Seasonal 
stalls, crafts, toys, books, tombola, teas, Father 
Christmas and much more. Grand Raffle. (in aid of 
the Triangle Trust. Buying equipment for Hamdon 
Medical Centre.) Contact 01935 881718. 

Axminster: Exhibition of STAMP competition en¬ 
tries from Somerset and Dorset at Axminster 
United Reformed Church Hall, Chard Street. Also 
stamp sales. Free entry. Advice available. 10am till 
4pm. More details from Axe Vale Stamp Club 
01404 892787. 

Dalwood: Dance to “Just Misbehavin’” Dalwood 
Village Hall 8pm. Whatever your style, come along 
and Dance to the Lively Swinging Band "Just Mis¬ 
behavin’". Dalwood Village Hall, EX13 7EG, Near 
Axminster. Ticket £7.50 info: 01404 831280 
www.dalwoodvillage.co.uk 
Crewkerne: Breakfast at Henhayes Centre -10 - 
12 noon (last order 11.30). Basic Breakfast £4.00, 
extras available at 50p each. 

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 27th 

Colyford: Indoor Boot Sale at Colyford Memorial 
Hall, 9am-2pm. To book a table (£5) or for more 
details call 07891486839. 

Sidmouth: Pete Allen's Jazz in the afternoon. The 
Reeds N Rhythm, featuring Pete Alle, James Clemas, 
Richie Bryant and Dave Hanratty, with special guest 
Enrico Tomasso. At Kennaway House Cellar Bar. 3- 
5.30pm (doors 2pm). Licensed bar, light snacks 
available. Admission £12.50 at the door. 


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A traditional folk Feast 



BELSHAZZAR’S 
Feast start with tra¬ 
ditional English 
music, add a touch 
of classical and jazz, 
throw in a bit of pop 
and music hall, and 
top it off wry hu¬ 
mour for a unique 
live experience that 
has made them one 
of the most popular 
duos in folk music. 

They take to the 
road this November and December 
with their much-loved seasonal show. 

Now in their twenty-first year to¬ 
gether, Paul Sartin and Paul Hutchin¬ 
son of Belshazzar’s Feast bring a 
wealth of talent to the stage. 

Paul Sartin was a member of the 
multi-BBC Radio 2 Award-winning big 
band Bellowhead, and of Faustus. Con¬ 
sultant and Director of the Andover Mu¬ 
seum Loft Singers, he is author of 
‘Community Choirs Collection - Folk’ 
publshed by Faber Music, an editor of 
music publications, and a BASCA- 
nominated composer whose commis¬ 
sions include works for the Central 
School of Speech and Drama, the Choir 
of Somerville College, Oxford, Street¬ 
wise Opera, and most recently, the BBC 
Radio 4 series ‘Playing the Skyline’. 

Paul Hutchinson’s love of fusion 
music originates from his days in the 
renowned Celtic jazzers, Hoover the 
Dog. Pagoda Project, with jazz clar¬ 
inetist, Karen Wimhurst, is the next ex¬ 
citing chapter in his musical journey 
providing a vehicle for his own compo¬ 
sitions. Their debut album received the 


only 5 Star review in the March edition 
of Songlines and glowing tributes from 
amongst others, FRoots. Paul is resi¬ 
dent tutor at Cecil Sharp House, Hal¬ 
sway Manor, Benslow Music Centre 
and Marlborough College. He has a 
keen interest in and knowledge of 17th 
and 18th Century dance music which 
has resulted in tours to Europe and 
America. 

Belshazzar’s Feast received a coveted 
nomination for the Best Duo Award at 
the 2010 BBC Folk Awards and are 
regulars at folk festivals across the 
summer, with touring including a pop¬ 
ular annual Christmas tour of seasonal 
songs and tunes. They have released a 
series of critically acclaimed albums 
across their career, the latest being The 
Whiting’s On The Wall (2014/Un¬ 
earthed) , a live album recorded over the 
course of two concerts at The Pound in 
Corsham. 

Belshazzar’s Feast play live at The 
David Hall, South Petherton on Satur¬ 
day, December 17th. Tickets are avail¬ 
able by calling 01460 240340 or from 
www.thedavidhall .org .uk 



Time for 
Misbehavin' 

WHATEVER your style, come along and dance to 
the lively swinging band Just Misbehavin’ at Dal- 
wood Village Hall this Saturday, November 26th. 

Fabulous Singer Lynn Thornton will have you 
rocking the night away! 

Tickets are £7.50, available by calling 01404 
831280 or on the door. For more details visit 
www .dalwood village .co.uk. 


Vintage, with a 
modern twist 

the Christmas gift buying season gets off to a crafty 
start at Ilminster Arts Centre, with a new fair dedi¬ 
cated to West Country makers who are inspired by 
vintage textiles. 

The show, curated under the umbrella of the ‘Talent 
for Textiles’ group, will be feature some vintage hab¬ 
erdashery and textiles as usual but the focus will be 
on skilled artisans who use vintage textiles in their 
work, incorporating fragments of vintage embroidery, 
linens and haberdashery to create unique and charac¬ 
terful pieces. 

Some of the makers use age-old techniques but 
combine them with a modem twist to make items that 
sit happily in the contemporary home setting. All the 
artists are from the West Country 

The fair will appeal anyone who loves beautiful 
things, as well as being an ideal place to discover 
unique, handcrafted Christmas presents, of the sort 
that you really cannot find on the high street. 

Come along and enjoy unusual, top quality local 
craftsmanship, and don’t forget the Cafe will be open 
too, serving tea, coffee and delicious light lunches! 

The fair takes place on Thursday, December 1st, 
9.30am-3pm, and admission is free. 


Jazz Armada sails 
into Ilminster 


IT’S TIME to light the 
beacons, and finish that 
game of bowls ... The 
Cornish Armada Jazz Band 
sails into Ilminster Arts 
Centre on Friday, Decem¬ 
ber 2nd for an evening of 
top notch traditional jazz. 

Led by Roger Marks, the 
band have been together 
for more than twenty-five 
years and have long en¬ 
joyed the spotlight at the 
forefront of Britain's tradi¬ 
tional jazz scene, attracting 
enthusiastic audiences 
around the jazz festival 
scene. Now it’s Ilminster’s 
turn to experience the ‘best 
in the west’. 

With the ‘crew mem¬ 
bers’ of this musical Ar¬ 


mada being drawn from a 
number of orchestras, 
bands and groups based in 
the southwest, the band is 
revered for the musician- 
ship of its players. Roger 
Marks’ philosophy as a 
leader (or should that be 
‘skipper’?) is to use his 
musicians' fulsome talents 
to create a unique style of 
traditional jazz, free from 
constraint or taboo, and to 
perform it with great skill, 
verve and enthusiasm. 

The Cornish Armada 
Jazz Band play at Ilminster 
Arts Centre at the Meeting 
House on Friday, Decem¬ 
ber 2nd, at 8pm. Tickets 
are £14, and a pre-show 
supper is available at 7pm 


for £13, but must be pre¬ 
booked. 

Advance booking is 
strongly recommended for 
what promises to be a 
hugely enjoyable night for 
trad jazz fan. For tickets 
please contact the Box Of¬ 
fice on 01460 54973. 



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Heads will Roll 

Wednesday 23rd November, 7.30pm 

Full price: £12/Concessions: £10/Schools £8 

A dark epic comedy by Told by an Idiot 
Season highlight! 


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Saturday 26th 
from 7pm 


Marine Cinema: 

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All tickets £5 /1989 / Cert 12A 
Kenneth Branagh's war hero in action 


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CHRISTMAS PARTY NOW!! 


Coming soon! Puppetcraft: The Tin Forest / 26th-29th December 
Full price: £8.00 Concessions: £6.00 in advance / +£2 on the door 
Charming wooden puppets and live music in a magical show for all ages 


Box Office: Lyme Regis TIC 01297 442138 
or buy online at www.marinetheatre.com 




Tomato & Basil Soup served with Crusty Bread 
Creamy Garlic Mushrooms served on Puff Pastry 
Prawn Cocktail with Brown Bread & Butter 
Breaded Brie served with Red Currant Jelly 

***** W 

Traditional Roast Turkey with all the Trimmings 
Served with Cranberry sauce 
Roast Beef & Yorkshire Pudding 
Served with Red Wine Gravy 
Roasted Cod Loin Provencale 
With a rich Tomato Sauce 
Oven Baked Vegetable Nut Roast 
Served with Vegetarian Gravy 

All are served with a selection of 
Seasonal Vegetables & Roast Potatoes 

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Raspberry Meringue Bomb 
Chocolate Yule Log with Cream 
Traditional Christmas Pudding with Brandy Sauce 
Chocolate Chip Minty Fresh Sundae 
Cheese & Biscuits 

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MONDAY NOVEMBER 28th 

Axminster: Carnival Bingo at the Guildhall. Doors 
open 7pm, eyes down 8pm. 

Misterton: Bingo at Misterton Village Hall. Doors 
open 6.30pm, eyes down 7.30pm. 

Awliscombe: Wl Christmas Bingo in Parish Hall. 
Doors 7pm, eyes down 8pm. 

Crewkerne: Physio Fit - 2 sessions 9.40 -10.40, 
and 10.45 - 11.45am. £2.00 for members/ £3.00 
for non-members. 

Crewkerne: Short Mat Bowls. 7 - 9.30pm. New 
members welcome, come and give it a try. 

TUESDAY NOVEMBER 29th 
Honiton: Hospiscare Turkey Lunch, 11.30-1.30 at 
Mackarness Hall, Honiton. Main course £5.50, pud¬ 
ding £2.50. Coffee & mince pies from 9.30am. No 
booking required, do come and join us. 

Crewkerne: Computer Drop-in - Questions an¬ 
swered and help provided. 10am to 12 noon at Hen- 
hayes Centre, £2/£3. 

Crewkerne: Tuesday Welcome Group at Henhayes 
Centre. £2.50 incl coffee per session. For people 
50+ who like to meet other people and enjoy a few 
activities like painting, pottery, music, quizzes and 
occasional bingo. Transport can be arranged 
(£3.00) and members usually stay for a cooked 
lunch priced at £6.00 including tea or coffee. Please 
call 01460 74340 for further details. 

Crewkerne: Henhayes Knitters at Henhayes Centre. 
Come and enjoy a knit and natter afternoon and make 
items for yourself or for sale at the Centre. 2 - 4pm 

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 30th 

Rousdon: Combpyne Rousdon Social Club Annual 
Turkey Bingo. At Peek Hall, Rousdon. Doors 7pm, 
eyes down 8pm. Half time tea, coffee, pasties and 
hotdogs. For more details call 01297 443235. 
Seaton: Seaton & District Probus Club. Talk by 
Susan Moores: Christmas - Pagan or What?. 10.00 
a.m at the Small Hall, Seaton Methodist Church. 
New members welcome - come and give us a try. 
Telephone Steve on 01297 21872. 

Seaton: Devon Senior Voice (Seaton area branch) 
meeting, 2pm and 4pm at Seaton Methodist 
Church Hall. The speaker will be district nurse Terry 
Burrows. For any other information please contact 
Roger/Tina Trapani 01297 21788. 

Seaton: Devon Senior Voice, Seaton Area meeting, 
2-4pm at the Seaton Methodist Church Hall. The 
speaker will be Terry Burrows (District Nurse). For 
any other information please contact Roger/Tina 
Trapani 01297 21788. 

Ilminster: Light up a Life Service at Minster Church 
St Mary’s the Virgin, 7.30pm. Join our community 
service to remember someone special this Christ¬ 
mas. Tea and cakes afterwards and a chance to talk 
to a member of our team. 

Crewkerne: Bingo with cash prizes at Henhayes 
Centre. Eyes down 2.30pm. 

THURSDAY DECEMBER 1st 

Chard: Chard Camera Club WCPF DPIC selection 
evening and will be receiving the results of their 
'Walking Hunt' competition set by member Mr 
Malcolm Brocklehurst. 

Crewkerne: Over 50’s Keep Fit -10.00 am to 11.00 
am. £2.50 for members/ £3.50 for non- members 
Crewkerne: Physio Fit -10.30 am to 11.45 am. 

£2.00 for members/ £3.00 for non- members. 
Crewkerne: Short Mat Bowls. 2 - 4.30pm. New 
members welcome, come and give it a try. 

FRIDAY DECEMBER 2nd 

Crewkerne: Sequence Dancing at the Victoria Hall, 
1.45pm-4pm. Tea and biscuits. Raffle, £2 per person. 
For more details call 01935 415520 or 01308 862866. 
Crewkerne: Crewkerne Country Market Christ¬ 
mas table has homemade cakes and puddings, 
handmade cards and decorations, available to 
buy and order. Plus a jewellery making demon¬ 
stration. Come and see us at The Speedwell, 
Abbey Street, 9-11.30am every Friday. 

FRIDAY DECEMBER 2nd & SATURDAY DEC 3rd 

Crewkerne: CUDOS Chirstmas Concert, 2nd & 3rd De¬ 
cember, Victoria Hall, Crewkerne. 7.30 pm. Cost £6 to 
include glass of mulled wine/orange juice and mince 
pie. Tckets from www.cudos.org.uk or 01460 74380. 

SATURDAY DECEMBER 3rd 

Musbury: Christmas Craft Fayre 10am - 1pm Mus- 
bury Village Hall. A good selection of stalls selling 
Christmassy Craft items also cake stall, tombola 
and raffle. Refreshments including delicious bacon 
buttys. Enquiries 01297 552440/ 552711. Profits 
to St Michaels Church Musbury. 

Seaton: Friends of St Gregory’s Parish Church pre¬ 
sent am Advent and Christmas Organ Concert by 
David Dickinson and Gabrielle Lewis. 2pm at St 
Gregory’s Church. Admission free. Retiring collec¬ 
tion for Sense Friends of St Gregory’s Church 
organ maintenance fund. Mulled wine and mince 
pies will be available. 

North Perrott: Christmas Concert with Parnham 
Voices at St Martin’s Church, 3.30pm. Songs both 


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HONEY 

FARM 




it Honey shop selling 
our own honey and 
beeswax products 


& Pollinator-friendly garden, 
orchard, and meadow 

it Beekeeping display and 
information on planting 
for pollinators 

it Home-made cakes, 
cream teas and light lunches 

Come and be part of this 
special place 

Open 10am - 5pm, Thursday 
- Friday - Saturday - Sunday 

Follow signs for Blackbury 
Camp, EX24 6JF 
Tel: 01404 871600 
www.blackburyfarm.co.uk 


Christmas 
at Blackbury 
Honey Farm 

ALL IS peace and quiet up here with people 
coming in to enjoy a leisurely lunch or tea as 
a break from the hurly - burly of Christmas 
preparations. Our home - made mincepies 
and slices of Christmas cake are proving 
very popular. 

Whilst here, why not take the opportunity to 
do a little gentle gift shopping in an unhurried 
atmosphere. We have our luscious local 
honey, honey chutnies and marmalades, 
beeswax candles, honey cosmetics and many 
more gorgeous and unusual presents. Why 
not make up your own very personal gift bag 
and complete it with a special card and 
wrapping paper. 

For many groups and organisations,this is 
the time of year for getting the diaries out and 
planning next year's programme. We have al¬ 
ready taken several bookings for 2017 so if 
your group is seeking a fantastic location with 
good food, lovely gardens and an interesting 
talk, get in touch with us now. Alternatively, 
one of our beekeepers can come out to you. 

We will be open until December 18th De¬ 
cember so still time to get out here, soak up 
our special ambience, enjoy some seasonal 
delights in the tearoom and shop for that spe¬ 
cial gift. We look forward to seeing you soon. 
Come and be part of this special place. 

Blackbury Honey Farm follow the new 
brown signs from the A3052 ) EX 24 6JF 
01404 871600 








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sacred and secular, ancient and modern and popu¬ 
lar carols interspersed with seasonal readings. 
Tea/coffee, sandwiches and cakes will be served 
after the concert. Tickets £8 adults, £516- 
18years, free under 16s. For more details call 
0146076457 or 01460 72883. 

Chard: Chard Royal Naval Association will be get¬ 
ting together at the Ridgway Hotel for their an¬ 
nual Christmas Dinner. Meeting at 7pm for 
7.30pm dinner. 

Combe St Nicholas: Christmas Craft Fair is taking 
place from 10am to 4pm at Combe St Nicholas Vil¬ 
lage Hall, Combe St Nicholas, Near Chard, TA20 
3NY. Don’t miss a unique and unusual mix of 
parish artisans selling their beautiful hand-made 
arts, crafts and delicious food - it’s your chance to 
buy lovely Christmas presents! Free entrance and 
nearby parking. Supporting this event will help 
raise funds towards much-needed new village hall 
chairs. 

Merriott: Christmas Market at Merriott Social 
Club, 10am until 1pm, free entry, contact Lola for 
more info on 07885424588. 

Donyatt: Donyatt Christmas Bazaar at Donyatt Vil¬ 
lage Hall, 2-5pm. Stalls, cakes, plants and produce. 
Bric-a-brac, crafts, books, tombola, lucky dip, re¬ 
freshments, raffle and more. Tables available (£6 
for one 6ft table, £10 for two). For more details call 
01460 249734. 

SUNDAY DECEMBER 4th 

Honiton: Vine Social Club Christmas Bingo at Honi¬ 
ton Con Club. Doors 7pm, eyes down 8pm. 

MONDAY DECEMBER 5th 

Axminster: Carnival Bingo at the Guildhall. Doors 
open 7pm, eyes down 8pm. 

Axminster: Simple Healthy Cooking Demo with 
HALFF (Health and Local Food for Families). 10.30- 
12.30. Free healthy cooking demonstrations offer¬ 
ing nutritional advice and cooking hints and tips for 
people who care for others. Includes a free meal to 
take home! At the HALFF Food Hub, South Street, 
Axminster. No need to book, just turn up, it’s free. 
Call Ros on 01297 631782 for more information or 
email admin(a)halff.org.uk. 

Misterton: Bingo at Misterton Village Hall. Doors 
open 6.30pm, eyes down 7.30pm. 

Yarcombe: Yarcombe Christmas Bingo Monday 5th 
December at Yarcombe Village Hall Doors open 
7pm. Eyes down 8pm 

Crewkerne: Short Mat Bowls. 7 - 9.30pm. New 
members welcome, come and give it a try. 

TUESDAY DECEMBER 6th 

Crewkerne: Computer Drop-in - Questions an¬ 
swered and help provided. 10am to 12 noon at Hen¬ 
hayes Centre, £2/£3. 

Crewkerne: Tuesday Welcome Group at Henhayes 
Centre. £2.50 incl coffee per session. For people 
50+ who like to meet other people and enjoy a few 
activities like painting, pottery, music, quizzes and 
occasional bingo. Transport can be arranged 
(£3.00) and members usually stay for a cooked 
lunch priced at £6.00 including tea or coffee. Please 
call 01460 74340 for further details. 

Crewkerne: Henhayes Knitters at Henhayes Centre. 
Come and enjoy a knit and natter afternoon and make 
items for yourself or for sale at the Centre. 2 - 4pm 

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 7th 

Seaton: Jurassic Folk and Jam Club at Eyre Court, 2 
Queen Street, 8-10.30pm. Music and song for all to 
enjoy. Free admission for musicians, singers and 
spectators. For more details call 01404 46451 or 
549903, or visit www.jurassicfolkandjam.com 
Colyton : Devonshire Association Axe Valley 
Branch at the The Pavilion, Peace Memorial Playing 
Fields, 2:30pm An illustrated talk “The Three 
Hares". Dr Sue Andrew will reveal the story of this 
enigmatic medieval motif. Not only found in 17 
churches in Devon, but, intriguingly, also in Bud¬ 
dhist, Islamic and Jewish contexts. All welcome, ad¬ 
mission £1 for DA members, non-members £3. 
Details from 01297551529 or 
brian_denham(a)talktalk.net 
Rousdon: Combpyne Rousdon Social Club Annual 
Turkey Bingo. At Peek Hall, Rousdon. Doors 7pm, 
eyes down 8pm. Half time tea, coffee, pasties and 
hotdogs. For more details call 01297 443235. 
Kilmington: Film: "Eddie the Eagle (PG)". Moviola 
screening at the Village Hall (Whitford Rd), doors 
and bar (wine and soft drinks) open at 6.45pm Film 
start 7.15pm. For more details or advance booking 
contact: 01297 32335. Tickets £5 if purchased in 
advance or £5.50 at the door. 

Chard: The Zembard Singers ‘Sing Christmas’. An 
informal evening of enjoyable festive music. A pro¬ 
gramme of well-known traditional music, gallery 
carols and new music to celebrate the Christmas 
Festival. Refreshments available during the inter¬ 
val. A retiring collection in aid of St Margaret’s 
Hospice. At St Mary’s Church, Church Street, 
Chard. Contact telephone - 07768 028572, email 
- zembardsingers@)gmail,com 















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Arts Centre’s Christmas cracker 


ILMINSTER ARTS CENTRE’S annual Christmas 
exhibition returns with an enticing display of con¬ 
temporary crafts by selected local makers. This 
year’s edition opens its doors on Monday, Novem¬ 
ber 28th and offers a cornucopia of unusual gift for 
all ages, including presents for children and items 
that will delight even the hardest to buy for friend 
or relation. 

Choose from beautiful jewellery and silverwares, 
tactile textiles, exquisite handmade toys, stunning 
decorative art, attractive accessories for the home, 
and much more. 

Featured exhibitors include Tania Alcock (textile 
kits); Jane Alexander (enamels); Tammy & Mark 
Betson (small pictures); Jean Chisholm (embroi¬ 
dered pictures & books); Mike Coleridge (silver 
jewellery); Caron Coldwell (pictures); Sarah & 
Mike Crook (textiles/pottery); Lizzie Drake (silk 
scarves); Kizzia Fuller (cushions); Little Paper Fac¬ 
tory (pictures); Andy Millar (wooden pens and ac¬ 
cessories); Gillian Norris (beaded jewellery); John 
Payne (glass for chaps); Amber Pritchard (cloth 


bags); Rosie Shapter (teddies and dolls); Natasha 
Smart (felted bowls, jewellery and bags); Jill 
Thompson (silver and jewellery); Jan Tomes (pot¬ 
tery), Pat Victor (decorated boxes); Jackie Williams 
(scarves and throws from the Blackdown flock of 
Shetland sheep); Sue Williams (Raku pots); calen¬ 
dars by Oliver Hello well, and Nancy Farmer; can¬ 
dles by Ethos. 

Based in an historic 18th-century former Unitarian 
Meeting House in the heart of Ilminster, the Arts 
Centre is worlds away from the usual, hectic High 
Street shopping experience. With free parking right 
on the doorstep, visitors can browse and buy at their 
own pace without having to worry about the parking 
meter, while the Arts Centre’s popular Gallery Cafe 
is a destination in its own right and the perfect place 
to admire your purchases over a light lunch and a 
cup of freshly brewed Fairtrade coffee or tea. The 
well-stocked Craft Shop offers further shopping op¬ 
portunities and its large selection of artists’ cards is 
ideal for all those post-Christmas thank you letters! 

The exhibition continues until December 23rd. 


Cantamus presents ‘All so still’, a concert of Christmas songs 


WEST DORSET choir Cantamus 
will be giving three concerts across 
the area during December. 

The programme, ‘All so still’, is 
packed full of beautiful seasonal 
songs that are sure to get audiences 
in the mood for Christmas. The 
earliest offering is three pieces for 
men’s voices from the Montpellier 
Codex, an intriguing compilation 
of 13th-century polyphonic works; 
in a sublime contrast this will be 
followed by three pieces for 
women’s voices from Benjamin 
Britten’s haunting Ceremony of 


Carols. The concert will also in¬ 
clude a tribute to composer and ar¬ 
ranger David Willcocks, who died 
last year; the eponymous ‘All so 
still’ and two other carols by 20th- 
century composer Richard Lloyd; 
and the favourite of many Canta¬ 
mus members, ‘O Magnum Mys- 
terium’ by Morten Lauridsen. 
Lovers of more traditional music 
will enjoy ‘Wachet auf!’ (‘Sleepers 
wake!’) by JS Bach and ‘A tender 
shoot’ by Otto Goldschmidt. 

Cantamus was formed in 2012 
and gives three series of concerts 


each year - spring, summer and 
Christmas - across the area. 

The concerts are as follows: The 
Church of Our Lady, Queen of 
Martyrs, and St Ignatius, North 
Chideock, Saturday, December 3rd 
at 7pm; The Church of St Mary 
Magdalene, Loders, Saturday, De¬ 
cember 10 at 7pm; St John the Bap¬ 
tist Church, Hawkchurch, Tuesday, 
December 20th at 7.30pm. Tickets 
are £8 on the door and include re¬ 
freshments. 

For more details please visit 
www.cantamus-dorset .org 


A Very Victorian 
Christmas in Exmouth 


It’s not all about the 
men in The Full Monty! 



BESIDES lots of fantastic 
performances by the men in Axmin- 
ster Musical Theatre's forthcoming 
production of The Full Monty , there 
are also plenty from the ladies of the 
Society and here are some pictures 
showing just who is in the show! 

They are all ready to entertain you 
at Axminster Guildhall from Tuesday 
22nd to Saturday, November 26th at 
7.30pm with a matinee on the 
Saturday at 2.30pm. 

Get your tickets soon as they are 
selling fast either on line 
tickets.axmt.co.uk or from The 
Archway Bookshop on 01297 33595. 





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CHRISTMAS is coming to World of Country Life! 
Come along and visit Santa - and a whole lot 
more! You will ride Santa's Deer Train Safari 
Special to hand feed the red deer (Santa’s 
back-up herd!) 

Then step back in - 


crafts - and don’t forget to meet the animals in 
their festive petting pen before you leave! 

For full details and to secure your place visit 
www.worldofcountrylife.co.uk. This is a ticket 
only event, and tickets are on sale now. 


time and wander along 
the traditional Victo¬ 
rian Christmas street, 
beautifully lit in a real 
cosy festive theme. 
Enjoy roast chestnuts, 
mince pies and join in 
with some cheery 
Christmas carol 
singing before meeting 
Santa in his cottage 
workshop. 

Have a go at making 
traditional Christmas 


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MOTHERCARE Jive 
Safari' green stroller 
pushchair. Unwanted 
gift, new and com¬ 
pletely unused. Cost 
£29.99, it’s a bargain 
at only £15. Tel 01404 
44180 

NUTRIBULLET 
JUICER: Still boxed 
complete with 12 piece 
set and recipe book. 
The Nutribullet has 
only been used once. 
Comes in a green 
colour for the bargain 
price of only £25. Tel 
0140444180 
ROCKING HORSE: 
Full size, blocked out 
and partly carved. 
Ideal project to finish. 
Now only £150. Tel 
01460 234534 
KING SIZE BED: A 
great looking sleigh 
style bed in brown 
faux leather. Aged less 
than a year old, the 
bed comes in as new 
condition. Now selling 
due to move to a 
smaller place, the bed 
comes a with new 
mattress still in it’s 
wrapping. Bed frame 
easily comes apart for 
moving. Yours for only 
£180. Tel 01460 220165 
CHRISTMAS TREE: 
A majestic pine tree 
with natural pine 
cones, hingedbranches, 
flame retardant foliage 
and metal stand. Sized 
6.5ft, the tree is now 
selling for only £45. Tel 
01297551375 
HOOVER Constella¬ 
tion Model 862 in a 
grey colour. Use for 
spares only, the hoover 
does not tools. Selling 
for £15 o.n.o. Tel 01297 


551375 

PARKER KNOLL 

winged fireside chair 
for upholstery. All 
comes with wooden 
arms all at a price of 
only £15 o.n.o. Tel 
01297 551375 
LAMP TABLE: Arts 
and Crafts style, oak 
cl900. Sized 46cm x 
46cm x 68cm (h). 
Now only £45. Tel 
01395 577690 
BEDROOM chairs 
made from wood with 
caned seats (two total, 
but not a pair). Comes 
in an Edwardian style 
and is now selling for 
only £10 each. Tel 
01395577690 
FIRE GUARD made 
from a black metal 
mesh. Now only £2. 
Tel 01395 577690 
DAD S ARMY DVD 
(the new DVD not a 
copy) for only £6. Tel 
01297 23258 
THE DRESSMAKER 
DVD: Really worth 
watching, it stars 
Kate Winslet and is 
now selling for only 
£3. Tel 01297 23258 
STIHL helmet with 
ear defenders and 
visor, all in perfect 
condition. Ideal for 
using with a brush- 
cutter, etc. Now only 
£15. Tel 01297 23258 
BED: A 3ft wooden 
bed, a good quality 10'' 
mattress and folding 
legs that will store flat 
when not needed. 
Only used as spare, 
the bed is ideal for use 
at Christmas. Now 
only £45 o.n.o. Tel 
01460 57416 
EXERCISE BIKE: No 


longer required and 
selling for only £10. 
Tel 01460 57416 
HP DESKJET F2100 
all-in-one series 
printer, complete 
with new black car¬ 
tridge. Now surplus 
to requirements, the 
price is only £20 
o.n.o. Tel 01460 57416 
FAUX LEATHER 
‘bomber’ style black 
jacket, with a padded 
lining for warmth, in 
chest size 38" - 40". 
Made in Italy, the 
jacket looks and feels 
like the real thing. 
Never worn, the jacket 
would suit both men 
and women. Now only 
£16. Tel 01404 871465 
SLOW COOKER: Cor¬ 
don Bleu 3-litre model 
with twin heat set¬ 
tings. The slow cooker 
comes with instruc¬ 
tions & a recipe book¬ 
let. Comes in good 
condition at a price of 
only £7. Tel 01404 
871465 

PANASONIC com¬ 
bined telephone, an¬ 
swering machine, fax 
and photocopier with 
operating manual. The 
phone can store up to 
100 telephone num¬ 
bers and comes in 
perfect working order 
for a price of only £7. 
Tel 01404 871465 
PINE ovaltwinpedestal 
dining table, sized 5' 
by 3'7" extending with 
a flip top to 6’4". Was 
£664 new, it's now 
only £200. Tel 01297 
631330 

BOSCH battery hedge 
trimmer (41 ACCU) 
with battery and 


charger. Now only 
£40 o.n.o. Tel 01297 
631330 

ROAD ANGEL Pro¬ 
fessional safety cam¬ 
era used in cars and 
vans for covering ac¬ 
cident black spots, 
etc. Now only £45 
o.n.o. Tel 01297 631330 
DRUM STICKS (x4) 
some with nylon tips 
for only £10. Tel 07932 
765355 

MILLENIUM four 
channel stereo head¬ 
phone amplifier £25. 
Tel 07932 765355 
NEW and still in the 
box, large wooden 
bathroom wall cabi¬ 
net. It cost over £200 
from Bathstore, it's 
selling for just £60. 
Tel 07932 765355 
LARGE old trunk for 
only £30. Tel 07932 
765355 

EDWARDIAN 
CHAIR: A beautiful 
carved wood piece 
with caster feet, cov¬ 
ered in a dark red 
damask material for 
only £35. Tel 07932 
765355 

NEW Met Posts (xll), 
suitable for 50mm 
timber posts. Price 
£45 for all 11. Tel 
07932 765355 
GOLF BAG and two 
golf trolleys for only 
£50. Tel 07932 765355 
OLD PRINT of Lord 
Nelson in an nice 12" 
x 15" old oak frame. 
Now only £20. Tel 
07932 765355 
GARMIN NUVI 2595 
LM satnav with a 
large 5" screen. Still 
in it's original box, 
the satnav includes 



Pine wood 4 — 


Part-time Lodge Cleaner 

required for cleaning of lodges. 

Flexible hours. But permanent 
- Minimum 16 hrs per week 
Must be reliable, efficient and 
be able to meet our high standards. 
Experience preferred but not essential. 

Immediate start - £7.20 per hour + free use of 
the swimming pool. 

Telephone Wendy on 01297 22055 
or email info@pinewood.uk.net 


leads, Garmin case & 
windscreen mount. 
Now only £68. Tel 
07932 765355 
VAX FLAIR total clean 
vacumm cleaner with 
all accessories. Little 
used, it's now only 
£35. Tel 01460 72870 
INDIRECT copper hot 
water cylinder 117L 
with fitted insulation 
jacket and immer¬ 
sion heater. Used for 
less than 2 years, it’s 
now only £50 o.n.o. 
Tel 01404 42153 
BRAND NEW Wallis 
mushroom pleather 
jacket in a size 16. 
Paid £60, now selling 
for only £35. Tel 
01404 891464 
BRAND NEW Gar¬ 
deners Mate gal¬ 
vanised incinerator. 
Made from steel, the 
incinerator comes 
with detachable feet. 
Sized 32in high x 
22in deep x 18in 
wide, it’s now selling 
for only £23. Tel 
01929 401300 
SINKS: Two white 
china sinks, sized 
18in x 15in at a price 


of only £12 each. Tel 
01929 401300 
BEAUTIFUL gold and 
toppaz pendant on a 
gold twisted chain 
with matching topaz 
earnings. All in as 
new condition, the 
set would make a 
lovely present at a 
price of only £60. Tel 
01460 52023 
POLISHED oak bu¬ 
reau-bookcase with a 
sloping drop front, in¬ 
terior compartments, 
one long drawer with 
two cupboards and a 
shelf underneath. Ex¬ 
cellent condition and 
now selling at a price 
of only £75. Tel 01460 
52023 

THERMOS vacuum 
food jar (boxed). Still 
in excellent condi¬ 
tion at a price of only 
£8. Tel 01460 52023 
TEA TROLLEY: A 
polished wood tea 
trolley with two drop 
leaf sides and shelf 
underneath, that con¬ 
verts to a small table 
when opened. Comes 
in excellent condition 
at a price of only £30. 


Wanted 


VINYL 

RECORDS 

WANTED 

Albums and Singles. 
Rock, Pop, Folk, Metal 
and Reggae. Cash 
Paid, Can Collect. 
Whole collections 
considered 

07990 938198 


WANTED 

Jazz, Soul, 
Reggae & 
Rock Lps 
& 45s 

will pay cash 
& collect. 

07832 943805 


ARE YOU AGED 16 TO 24 VRSP 
WANT TO STODY AND WORK WITH HORSES? 

Woodhouse Stables in Hawkchurch are currently offering a 
position for a full time apprentice. Study and work alongside 
us and Kingston Maurward College to achieve your British 
Horse Society (BHS) qualifications, a world-wide known 
qualification to start your career path into the equine world. 

GREAT BENEFITS INCLUDE: 

*Studying and working in an equine environment 
*Hands on experience in a riding yard 
*No need to attend college 

*Have your own tutor to guide you through your chosen course 
*Complete your course in half the time it would take you at college 
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*NO exam to take at the end of your course 

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Tel: 07977 381379 or 01297839202 

Web: www.woodhouseridingstables .co .uk 
Email: woodhousestables @ yahoo .co .uk 

We look forward to hearing from you, 

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(Woodhouse Stables) 


Tel 01460 52023 
ORIGINAL 1950’s 
formica topped 
kitchen table in a 
retro style. The table 
iS very sturdy and 
comes in excellent 
condition. For a price 
of only £55. Tel 01460 
52023 

G-PLAN illuminated 
teak corner unit, with 
three shelves and a 
cupboard base. Comes 
in good condition at a 
price of only £60 o.n.o. 
Tel 01297 624191 
DINING TABLE: A 
teak drop leaf dining 
table, sized 2ft 8in x 
4ft when extended. 
Now only £60. 01297 
553135 

HOZELOCK killa 
spray (5L) for only 


£8. Tel 01297 553135 
KINDER coal effect 
gas fire (6.9kw). Only 
5 years old, the gas 
fire is under lifetime 
guarantee. Cost £450 
new, win accept £199 
o.n.o. Tel 01460 68493 
ELECTRIC reclining 
chair in a beige colour. 
Comes in excellent 
condition at a price of 
only £65 o.n.o. Tel 
01404 371468 
BRAND NEW and 
unridden ladies Dutch 
style bike. Would 
make an ideal Christ¬ 
mas present for the 
bargain price of only 
£190. Tel 07541312961 
NEW oil filled radia¬ 
tor, selling for only 
£20. Tel 07541312961 


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www.viewnews.co.uk PROPERTY Tuesday, November 22nd 2016 45 



5 TIPS FOR BUYING A PROJECT 


By Julia Gray, Press Association 


1. When prices have risen and buyers on a 
budget have been pushed further and further 
out, this can lead to once undesirable areas be¬ 
coming more popular and improving as a re¬ 
sult. If you can spot improving areas, or areas 
subject to investment and infrastructure 
changes, it often pays to get on the local prop¬ 
erty ladder before prices rise. However, if 
you're concerned about resale values, be care¬ 
ful not to spend more on a property than it's 
worth. 

2. Even if an unmodernised property seems 
like a steal, remember that it may cost more to 
buy and renovate than somewhere that's more 
expensive to buy but needs less work. This is 
where research comes in. You'll need to find 
out how long the property's been on the mar¬ 
ket, what position the seller's in, what compa¬ 
rable properties are selling for and what 
property prices are doing locally, etc, as well 

as how much the property will cost to renovate. Ideally, pay for a full structural survey (the 
RICS Building Survey) and then get quotations for the work needed so you're realistic about 


the cost. To get an idea of the cost before making an offer, go round the property with a good 
builder. 

3. Some properties are in such a bad state only cash buyers are welcome. This can also be the 
case with properties of unusual construction, so if you need a mortgage, you're more limited to 
what you can buy. Mortgage lenders usually expect the property to be habitable and although lots 
of people buy unmodemised properties with a mortgage without a problem, lenders sometimes 
retain some of the loan until essential repairs are done. 

4. Property repossessions are one way to find a bargain, although you may not want to cash in 
on someone else's misery. You have to move quickly when buying a repossession, as the seller 
usually wants to exchange contracts and com¬ 
plete the sale within weeks. They'll check 
you're in a position to do this before accept¬ 
ing, or even considering, an offer, so it's not 
a route open to all buyers. It's also a stressful 
way to buy, as the property remains on the 
market until exchange of contracts. 

5. Moving quickly applies to buying prop¬ 
erties at auction too. You have to exchange 
contracts on the spot, and complete within a 
set time, often 28 days, so buying with a 
mortgage isn't always possible. Auctions are 
full of renovation projects and can be a good 
place to find bargains, providing you don't get 
carried away in the heat of the moment and 
pay too much. 




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SEATON £570 PCM 


A ONE BEDROOM UNFURNISHED RETIREMENT APARTMENT 
WITH SEA VIEWS. IT IS LOCATED ON THE 5TH FLOOR & 
CONSISTS OFLOUNGEWITHABALCONY,KITCHEN,ONE 
DOUBLE BEDROOM & A BATHROOM. RESIDENTS HAVE 
THE USE OF ALIFT & COMMUNAL AREAS, INCLUDING A 
LAUNDRY ROOM. EPC RATING C. TENANT FEES APPLY. 


LYME REGIS £800 PCM 


A3 BEDROOM, UNFURNISHED,TOP FLOOR APARTMENT 
WITH SEA& COASTAL VIEWS. COMPRISING OPEN PLAN LIVING 
AREA WITH MODERN FIT I El) KITCHEN AND APPI .TAN G E S , 2 
DOUBLE BEDROOMS, BOTH BENEFITING FROM EITHER 
COASTALOR TOWN VIEWS,SINGLEBEDROOM; BATHROOM 
WITH SHOWER OVER BAIH, BALCONY OFF OF LIVING ROOM 
AND MASTER BEDROOM, UNDERCOVER PARKING SPACE, 
EPC RATING E. REGRET NO PETS. TEN ANT FEES APPLY. 



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BEDROOM, UNFURNISHED, 
TERRACED COTTAGE IN 
SOUGHT AFTER VILLAGE 
OF BRANSCOMBE. 
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OPEN PLAN KITCHEN / 
LIVING ROOM WITH WOOD 
BURNING STOVE, 
BATHROOM, NIGHT 
STORAGE HEATING & 
SMALL GARDEN. 
SITUATEDWITHIN 10 
MINUTES WALKING 
DISTANCE OFTHE BEACH. 
EPC RATING E. 
TENANT FEES APPLY. 


A TWO BEDROOM 
DETACHED BUNGALOW I 
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THE PROPERTY 
COMPRISES OF: LARGE || 
KITCHEN & LOUNGE 
WITH DOWNSTAIRS 
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SIZED DOUBLE 
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LYME REGIS £595 PCM 


ATWO BEDROOM FURNISHED FIRST FLOOR APARTMENT OFF 
BROAD STREET WITH PARKING SPACE. COMPRISES: 
ENTRANCE HALL; OPEN PLAN LIVING ROOM/FITTED 
KITCHEN; DOUBLE BEDROOM WITH FITTED WARDROBES; 
LARGE SINGLE ROOM WITH FITTED WARDROBES; WELL 
APPOINTED BATHROOM WITH SEPARATE SHOWER & 
CUPBOARD HOUSING WASHING MACHINE; SEPARATE WC; 
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Phase II comprises 5 luxurious town houses, 
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£11,000 PA + VAT 




Subdivided with reception 
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for 6 cars and shared WC 
Stunning views 



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NEW HOMES CLOAKHAM LAWNS AXMINSTER FROM £189,950 



I We are delighted to be marketing a selection of impressive two, three and four bedroom houses. Designed to offer elegant, spacious and practical homes, the contemporary designs perfectly blend convenience and comfort for any modern family. All plots come with the added 

benefit of fitted kitchens with integrated appliances, enclosed gardens and parking. Please ask a sales advisor for more information. 


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£134,950 II PROPERTY OF THE WEEK lyme regis 


£228,000 || NEW PRICE CHARDSTOCK 


£189,950 




Only a short level walk to the beach and local amenities, this much loved family home 
offers three bedrooms, open plan living/dining room, kitchen/breakfast room and a 
family bathroom. Further benefiting from enclosed front & rear gardens and off-road 
parking. Local housing restriction applies. Tenure: Freehold EPC: D 



A three bedroom family home situated in the popular village of Chardstock which is 
located on the edge of the Blackdown Hills. Tenure: Freehold EPC: D 



RAYMONDS HILL £575,000 

A well-proportioned detached bungalow, which has 
been the subject of renovation and extension over 
the past 50 years, and now provides a welcoming 
home within a sought after location. Tenure: 
Freehold EPC: E 


NEW INSTRUCTION dunkeswell 


PRICES FROM £120,000 




AXMINSTER £239,950 

A generous detached family-sized home located in an 
enviable position, with open countryside views, in a new 
development within the market town of Axminster. 
Benefitting from countryside views, enclosed garden, 
garage and parking. Tenure: Freehold EPC: C 



This unique and bespoke three double bedroom 
detached house has recently been built to the highest 
specification combining contemporary fixtures and 
fittings to create a stylish quality home with versatile and 
spacious accommodation. Tenure: Freehold EPC: C 



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AXMINSTER £369,950 


A detached four bedroom family home, situated in a popular location 
on the southern edge of the market town of Axminster. This substantial 
property dates from the 1930's and offers well-proportioned 
accommodation including a master en-suite. Worthy of note is the large 
kitchen and lounge/diner area, which has been thoughtfully modernised 
to create a social hub for the family. Tenure: Freehold EPC: D 



CHARD JUNCTION £359,950 


Single garage measuring 15'11 x 7'11 with up and 
over door. Ideally suited for someone requiring 
additional parking/storage in the area. Please call for 
further information. Tenure: Freehold 



AXMINSTER £157,500 


Situated in splendid isolation is this wonderful 
character property, which is presented in superb 
condition throughout. Tenure: Freehold 

EPC: Exempt 



SMALLRIDGE £425,000 


Ideal as a first time buy or investment property, this two 
bedroom apartment is located within walking distance of 
Axminster town centre and comes to the market with the 
added benefit of no onward chain. Tenure: Leasehold 
EPC: C 



AXMINSTER FIXED PRICE £275,000 


A detached three bedroom home, situated towards the 
outer edges of Axminster. With a garage and driveway 
parking it would appeal to a wide spectrum of purchasers, 
as it would make an ideal retirement, investment property, 
or family home. Tenure: Freehold EPC: D 



AXMINSTER £365,000 


A detached home, which is situated in a popular location on the 
southern edge of the market town of Axminster. This 
thoughtfully extended property offers well proportioned 
accommodation, which would be ideal for a growing family. 
Worthy of note is the large kitchen, which offers additional dining 
space and a social hub for the family. Tenure: Freehold EPC: C 


A substantial four bedroom detached property offering 
spacious accommodation, which would suit a variety of 
purchasers and purposes. This fine property benefits 
from level front and rear gardens, twin garages as well 
as ample parking. Tenure: Freehold EPC: C 


A two bedroom family home which has been 
tastefully upgraded, now offering well-proportioned 
accommodation. Further benefiting gardens to the 
front and rear and no onward chain, EDDC restriction 
applies. Tenure: Freehold EPC: D 


Newly-built by an experienced local builder is this 
farmhouse style three bedroom house, set on a level 
plot with far reaching views to the front and the rear. 
Set on the edge of the village, this unique home offers 
potential purchasers the opportunity to input the final 
fixtures and fittings. Tenure: Freehold EPC: Exempt 


This 1950s detached bungalow, situated on the s 
outhern edge of the market town of Axminster, 
comes to the market for the first time in 25 years with 
no onward chain. Tenure: Freehold EPC: F 


A superbly presented three bedroom bungalow 
conveniently situated close to the facilities on offer in the 
market town of Axminster. Offering good size 
accommodation, integral garage, parking and with 
well-tended gardens, this modern home demands 
viewing to be fully appreciated. Tenure: Freehold EPC: D 


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John 

Coast & Country 

Since 1977 

Wood 


&Co 



Seaton, Detached 2 Bedroom Bungalow. £280,000 

An attractive two bedroom detached bungalow 
located in a quiet cul-de-sac in the popular 
Boundary Park area. EPC rating D. 



Colyton, 2 Bedroom Grade II listed Cottage. £249,500 

A delightful Grade II listed two bedroom semi detached cottage 
located in an idyllic area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the 
outskirts of Colyton with superb panoramic views over the 
Axe Valley and out over Lyme Bay. EPC exempt. 



Colyton, Detached 2 Bedroom Bungalow. £289,950 

An attractive and Delightful well presented two bedroom 
detached bungalow, located in a quiet cul-de-sac with 
appealing outward rural views over Colyton to the 
hills and fields surrounding the town. EPC rating D. 



Seaton, 3 Bedroom Detached Bungalow. £375,000 

An appealing three bedroom bungalow built in 2002 
in a small cul-de-sac with excellent sized garden 
and only a short level distance to the town 
centre and beach. EPC rating D. 



Colyford, 3 Bedroom Detached Bungalow. £470,000 

A superb and stylish three bedroom detached 
bungalow located in a quiet cul-de-sac close 
to the centre of Colyford with all the 
village amenities. EPC rating D. 



Seaton, 2 Bedroom Semi-detached Bungalow. £195,000 

At attractive two bedroom semi-detached bungalow located 
in a quiet cul-de-sac with pleasing distant rural views 
and with the advantage parking and a well planted 
enclosed landscaped rear garden. EPC rating D. 



Beer, Superb Period Semi-Detached House. £475,000 

A most attractive period four bedroom semi-detached 
house designed by Carr, a well known local architect, 
in the early 1900's with outstanding sea and 
village views. Garden. Parking. EPC rating D. 



Beer, 4 Bedroom Cottage. £415,000 

A superb and most attractive stone fronted former 
fisherman's cottage in the heart of Beer. Landscaped 
gardens providing a Mediterranean feel, garage 
and additional vehicle parking. EPC rating D. 



Beer, 2 Bedroomed Period Cottage. £320,000 

A delightful and most appealing cottage located at the heart of the 
village with the benefit of a courtyard garden and a parking space. 
The property is presently a successful holiday let and could continue in 
the role or would make an ideal main or second home. EPC rating D. 



Seaton, Attractive 
Detached 2 Bedroom 
Bungalow. £285,000 

An attractive two bedroom 
bungalow located at the end 
of a quiet cul-de-sac and 
surrounded by appealing 
landscaped gardens. Single 
garage en-bloc and additional 
onsite parking. EPC rating D. 



Seaton, 4 Bedroom Detached House. £299,500 

A most attractive and beautifully presented four bedroom 
detached house located in a very convenient position for the 
town centre and sea front. Enclosed garden to the rear, 
garage with additional on-site parking. EPC rating C. 



Seaton, 2 Bedroom Holiday Chalet. £42,500 

An attractive two bedroom timber holiday chalet in a 
very convenient location for access to the A3052 to 
Sidmouth or Lyme Regis and approximately 1.5 miles 
from Seaton town centre and the sea front. EPC Exempt. 



Beer, To Let Ground Floor 1 Bedroom Flat. £645pcm 

Avery well presented ground floor one bedroomed unfurnished 
flat with views across Beer to the sea and Cliff Gardens. 
Gas CH. uPVC double glazing. Parking. Garden. 

EPC rating C. Available immediately. Fees apply. 


Beer, Long Term Let 2/3 Bedroom Fisherman's Cottage. £950pcm 

A superb unfurnished fisherman's cottage in an idyllic setting, 

available to let from the beginning of January, with panoramic sea views 
over Lyme Bay, the beach and cliffs. EPC rating E. Fees apply. 


Seaton, Detached 3 Bedroom Bungalow. £265,000 

An appealing three bedroom detached 
bungalow located in a quiet cul-de-sac in the 
western part of the town and having south facing 
gardens with some sea views. EPC rating F. 


49 Queen Street, 
Seaton, EX12 2RB 
01297 20290 


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Fees: when you rent a property through us we will 
charge each tenant a one off £125 admin fee. 
Other fees may apply. 

See our website or contact the office 
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Lyme Regis £795 pcm 

A spacious three bedroom cottage in the sought after coastal town of Lyme Regis. Situated only a short walk from the town and beaches. Offering two 
reception rooms, kitchen, bathroom, shower room, garage and fully enclosed rear garden (gardener included). Available immediately. EPC band E. 

Web Ref: AXM150303 Axminster 01297 32879 



A detached two double bedroom bungalow with far reaching 
views. Offering sitting room with a wood burner, kitchen, bathroom, 
garden and parking. Available December. EPC band E. 

Web Ref: AXM150120 Axminster 01297 32879 


A well presented three bedroom semi-detached bungalow 
in a quiet location. Offering enclosed garden, garage and 
parking. Available immediately. EPC to be confirmed. 

Web Ref: AXM160269 Axminster 01297 32879 


A pretty three bedroom character cottage, in a rural location. 
Overlooking extensive mature gardens and parking. Pets & 
children considered. Available January 2017. EPC band F. 

Web Ref: ACC100203 Axminster 01297 32879 


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Honiton £1,150 pcm 

A detached spacious bungalow on the outskirts of Honiton. 
Offering, three double bedrooms with master en-suite, 
garage and parking. Available immediately. EPC band D. 

Web Ref: AXM160282 Axminster 01297 32879 


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A brand new, semi-detached, three bedroom house set in a small select development within easy reach of town centre. Finished to a 
high standard offering good sized accommodation, engineered oak flooring, fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances. Large through 
lounge, cloaks, Two double bedrooms, the master with en-suite, single bedroom and family bathroom. Good size enclosed rear garden 
and off road parking for two vehicles. EPC rated B, Pet maybe considered, Available immediately. Tenant fees apply:- 


A superb opportunity to rent a detached four bedroom thatched cottage with lots of character features. To include 
extensive gardens of approx. 4 acres. Situated in a stunning location in the beautiful Yarty Valley. 4 miles from Axminster 
& 10 miles from Honiton, offered part furnished. Gardens fees to apply, EPC rated F. Pets considered, available Mid 
January. Tenant fees apply. 


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Telephone 01460 72820 
or 07814 459106 
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JIM ROSE 

Qualified Window Service Engineer 
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MISTY DOUBLE GLAZED SEALED 
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Free Quotations Call The Care & Repair Company' 
T: 01460 72142 W: www.doubleglazingrepairsco.co.uk 


LOFT CONVERSION 



DEVON & DORSET LOFTS 






Converting lofts into 
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We supply and fit Q2EE1 roof windows 


A local building company, working for local people 


Got cl question,? Gall Pete/i an 07785500603 


ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES 


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Building Regulations • Site Supervision 
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BUILDING, CARPENTRY & OINERY 



Specialists in Listed Buildings 
Over 35 years Experience 
www.cmtoms.co.uk 


+ GENERAL BUILDING 
+ RENOVATIONS & REFURBISHMENTS 
+ BARN 8c LOFT CONVERSIONS 

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MOBILE: 07790 709126 
Email: info@cmtoms.co.uk 



MARK PIBWORTH 

CARPET AND VINYL FITTER 
Over 25 years experience 

No VAT 
Free estimates 
Free planning 

01404 44184 
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STEVE PITCHER 

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For the best possible property 
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Honest & Reliable 


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or 01297 553374 


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DECORATION 
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Home 01297 35556 
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covering Somerset and 
the surrounding area. 

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2 Atherstone Cottage, Whitelackington, llminster, Somerset TA199JR 


HOME IMPROVEMENT 
& MAINTENANCE 

07545 257186 or 01460 419112 
Email: gary.holley(5)aol.co.uk 



GKH 


Plumbing, Plastering & Artexing 
Painting & Decorating, Floor & Wall Tiling 
Garden Projects also undertaken 

With over 20 years experience in the trade 
"Pleasure in the job puts perfection in the work" 


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Call us: 01297 33554 
www.wescosystems.co.uk 


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NICEIC Approved 

Tel: 01404 851155 
Mob: 07768 266731 


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All aspects of plumbing work undertaken 
Repairs and installations 
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including tiling, electrics & plastering 
Power Flushing 

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GARDEN SERVICES 


NICK M1TTON 

GARDEN SERVICES 


ZYLPHA, CUIV£RHAYES, 
AXMINSTFR RD, CHARD, TA20 2DR 


"Make your garden safe 
for Winter^ get your 
hedges trimmed now!" 

• Hedge Cutting 

• General Winter tidy up 
• Moving K Strimming 

• Weeding a Border Work 

• Pruning • Power Washing 

• Disposable green^waste taken away 
• Covering ChardlCrewke 
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£ * Di Vi^niic .Ire11 iS *hi v r j ry 


Stressed Out Garden Clearance 
and Tip Run Service! 

Do you have a garden that's 
got a bit out of hand? 

Brambles and nettles that just 
keep getting in the way? 

Random junk that you can't get shifted? 

These things stressing you out? 

If you need help with Garden Clearance or 
Tip Runs give me a ring and I'll save the day! 

Just call Jacob or leave a message on: 
Telephone: 01297 22365 


E.D. GARDEN SERVICES 

• Fencing and gates 

• Clearance and maintenance 

• Hedgecutting and strimming 

• Tree felling, surgery and pruning 

• Turfing and seeding 

• Paths, patios and gravelling 
• Fully insured and registered 

All aspects of other garden work undertaken 

01297 625121 / 07949 457995 

24hr Storm damage service 


Garden Rubbish Clearance 


Draisey Garden Care 

Colvford 


Garden Maintenance, Hedge Cutting, 
Lawn Cutting Service, Pruning, 
Planting, Ground Preparation, 
Pergolas and Arches. 

Regular visits or single visit jobs 


All rubbish removed - Full insurance cover 
Fully Qualified, Free Estimates 


Call Peter Davis 

*Mob: 07950 370510 -Tel: 01297 551539 * 

ON__ to 


LOGS 


Car garage clearance 


Tree Rubbish, etc 



1 Tree Topping 
& Pruning 
’ Hedge Cutting 


Environment 
W Agency 

Registered 


Call Arthur on 
07769840355 or 
01460 929374 


for a free quote 



T. Travers 

Landscaping & Fencing 


• All types of fencing 

• Hedge Laying, Cutting & Removal 

• Light Tree Work • Patios 
• Decorative Stone Gardens 
• Driveways 
• Decking *Turfing 

• Paddock maintenance /Topping 

• Grass cutting 

Fully Insured 

T. 07794 578711 
tgtravers@yahoo.co.uk 


HALCYON 

LANDSCAPES 


Your Garden In 
Good Hands 


Landscape Gardening, Garden Design, & Garden Maintenance 

Initial site visits & quotations are free & without obligation -we’d love to hear from you. 

01297 6250831 gary@halcyon-landscapes.co.uk ~ ~ 

www.halcyon-landscapes.co.uk 



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POND SPECIALIST 


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Delivered within 

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LARGE & SMALL LOADS AVAILABLE 

Email - info@tiptoptrees.co.uk 


Seasoned 
Hardwood Logs 


Seasoned and Dry 
Free delivery. 

Various bulk load sizes. 
Hardwood wanted. 

Small & Large Loads 

07973 871708 
01935 825506 (eve) 


AQUATIC SOLUTIONS 

POND AND WATER FEATURE SPECIALIST 

Renovation 

PAUL HILL HND FFFM 

Construction 

15 years experience in 

Aquatic Weed Control ^ 

Aquatics & Water 

Disease Diagnosis V 

^ Engineering 

References available 

& Treatment 

Water Quality 

1 Tel: 01460 30770 

Aquarium Installation 

(Winsham) 

Garden Maintenance 

Mob: 07875 584226 

www .aquaticsolutionschar d .co .uk 


TREE SURGEON AND TREE CARE 



FULLY QUALIFIED & INSURED 
IS EXPERIENCE 
Western Tree Services Ltd. 
Total Tree Care 

Specialising in Tree Surgery, 
Felling, Pruning, Hedging 

Self propelled 6” chipper. 

Chip trees and branches in parts of your garden 
wheeled chippers cannot reach. 

Logs & Chips. 

Japanese knot weed control. 

ALL ASPECTS OF DOMESTIC TREE WORK UNDERTAKEN 

Contact: Mr K Williams on 
07970 238406 or 01297 445670 




• Industrial wood chipper 

• Crown reduction 

• Dismantling 

• Felling 

• Pruning 

• Garden work 

• Hedge trimming/laying 

• All types of fencing 

Free Quotations Competitive rates Fully Insured 


iV* Tree 
Services 


Phone Mike Summerhayes 

01297 631256 07980 312166 


www.AxeTreeServices.co.uk 

Mike@AxeTreeServices.co.uk 

















































































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FENCING, GATES, DECKING AND GARDEN BUILDINGS 



^ars of Quality Service 


0129732002 0nl » £2,23Each 

Mnn-Fri f" TJ York Riven 450x450mm in Buff OnFuHPackf 


Mon-Fri 8am -5pm Saturday 8am -12.30pm 


(From March onwards) Stoney Bridges | Castle Hill | Axminster | Devon | EX13 5RL 


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Agricultural & Domestic Fencing Contractor 

0710741116 ® 

www.aprfencing.co.uk 


THE FENCING AND GATE Co. 

Covering 

Crewkerne, lllminster, Chard, 
Axminster, Seaton 
and surrounding areas 

Free Estimates No VAT 
Pressure Treated material 
10 Year Guarantee 

01460 353046 



BEAMINSTER 

SHEDSffi 

Free Local 

Delivery and Erection 
of Garden Buildings 


BUY DIRECT FROM THE 
MANUFACTURER FOR QUALITY 
BUILDINGS AT AFFORDABLE PRICES 

ONE OF THE LEADING 
MANUFACTURERS OF GARDEN 
BUILDINGS DELIVERED 
THROUGHOUT 

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ALL AVAILABLE IN STANDARD 
SIZES OR MANUFACTURED TO 
YOUR SPECIFICATIONS 

32 North Street, Beaminster, DT8 3DY Tel: 01308 861144 Web: www.beaminstersheds.co.uk 

Open Mon - Fri 8 - 5 Sat 8 -12 




LUTON GREEN 
SAWMILL 


Payhembury, Honiton 
Dry American & European Oak 

GREENOAKFOR 
TIMBER FRAMED B UILDINGS 


Larch & Douglas Fir 
Hardwood or Softwood Logs 

Tel: 01404 841 504 


Eden Garden Fencing 

and Landscaping Seaton , Devon 



Close Board Fencing , Gates I Post 
& Panel Fencing , Decking , Sheds 

www.edengardenfencing.co.uk 


LANDSCAPING & FENCING SERVICES 

• All Domestic, Industrial and Agricultural Fencing 

• Paving, Patios and Decking 

• Full Landscaping Service and Garden Maintenance 

Manufacturers of quality Timber Garden Buildings 

• Bespoke Garden Sheds/Summer Houses/Workshops 

• Base Work Undertaken 


LANDSCAPE & FENCING 


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For a free quotation call 01404 42351 / 850304 07768 817042 
Email: andywcgb@gmail.com • Fully Insured & Registered 


CLEANING SUPPLIES, SERVICES & DOMESTIC HELP 


Richard Scott 
Chimney Sweeping 

COVERING EAST DEVON 

Jl memSeroftHe Cjuifdof 
LMaster Chimney Sweeps 

Brush and Vacuum sweeping 
Insurance certificates issued y 
Tel. 01297 24157 1 - 


Mobile: 07870 891581 
richard@underleysl.fsnet.co.uk 




CHIMNEY SWEEP 


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LOCAL CHIMNEY 
SPECIALIST 




WESTCOUNTRY 

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S E RVI C E S Servm 9 Devon, 

supply install maintain Dorset & Somerset 


• Wood-burner installations and flue lining 

• Chimney sweeping/rotary power sweeping 

• Wood burning stoves 

• Stove cleaning and maintenance 
■ Bird nest removal 

• Cowl fitting 

• Chimney lining and repairs 


Contact T: 01297 553 182 M: 07730 349 725 Q 

dan(a)westcountrychimneyservices.co.uk 
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CARPET CLEANING 


DOMESTIC SERVICES 



Clean Living 

Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning 

Kv 01297 561505 / 07970 060449 

First Class Service 

- First Class Results 

• Free Survey with no 

• Strain- guarding natural fibre 

obligation 

flooring e.g. Coir, Sea-grass 

• Safe cleaning of both wool 

and Sisal 

& synthetic carpets 

• Turbo drying of carpets & 

• Upholstery cleaning 

upholstery 

• Leather cleaning 

• Insect/moth/flea infestation 

• Oriental carpets a speciality 

treatment 

• Stain-guarding of carpets & 

• All work is properly insured 

upholstery 

• Full member of the NCCA 

www.clean-living-sw.co.uk 


KEV’S CLEANING SERVICES LTD 

Friendly team of reliable and trustworthy 

- window cleaners . Est 1986. - 

We clean windows inside and out including frames 
and seals. We also clean & empty gutters, 
downpipes and conservatory roofs. 

Regular & One Off Cleans. 

Now power washing, drives, patios, roofs 
block paving, decking and walls. 

(01823) 272260 • 07885 451628 

www.kevscleaningservices.co.uk 






Oven Spa 

Oven cleaning 

Your independent, environmentally friendly, oven cleaning service. 
No fumes, no fuss, just a super shiny oven that looks as good as new. 
£50 for a single oven, £60 for a double, hobs & extractors from £10. 
See ovenspa.com for more details or call: 

0784399 88 96 

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HEALTH & CARE 




FOOT CARE 


Lincfy (parry - (podiatrist / Chiropodist 

(BSc Hons Podiatry, MChS, HCPC Registration number CH26100) 

A Private chiropody clinic at Townsend House Medical Practice, 

49 Harepath Road, Seaton 

A wide range of nail and foot care treatments available, from the removal of corns and callosities 
to nail surgery. Foot health assessments also undertaken including those for diabetic patients. 
A nail cutting only service is available at these clinics. 

To make a booking please call 

01297 22956 



MOBILITY SERVICES 



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SALES - SERVICES - REPAIRS 

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I was brought up in Chard having attended 
Holyrood School. I left the area in 1986 and 
moved to the Chanel Islands.There I worked as 
a full time Fire Fighter at the local Fire Station. 
Working shifts enabled me to start my own 
Gardening business.This then led to full time 
gardening in 2005. 

My partner Suzanne and I decided to move 
back to Somerset last year,as all of our children 
have now grown up and are living in the UK. 
For potential customers, I can offer a straight 
forward garden maintenance service.This would 
include: Mowing, strimming, borders, pruning, 
power washing and hedge cutting,etc. 

We also remove and dispose your garden waste 
as included as part of our service. 

We promise an honest, reliable and professional 
service and can provide references if required 
from previous satisfied customers. 

If following the last few months of wet weather, 
your garden is starting to appear like a rugged 
marshland, we can help you get it ready for the 
Spring and Summer. Let me help you get your 
garden Barbeque and party ready! 



We offer a highly competitive rate 
of £15.00 per hour, please do not 
hesitate to give me a call on: 
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2014 Vauxhall Zafira 1700 Diesel Design Nav, 7 Seat MPV. 

2014 Vauxhall Corsa 1.4 SXi, 5dr, 7k. 

2014 Vauxhall Zafira 1.7 CDTi Diesel Design Nav, 7 Seats, MPV, 7k. 

2014 Honda Jazz 1200, l-VTech.S, 5dr, 10k, 1 Local Owner. 

2013 63 Nissan Micra Visa 1.2,11k, As New. 

2013 63 Ford Fiesta 1600 Titanium X Auto, Sat Nav, 1 Local Owner, Very 

2013 63 Chevrolet Spark 1,0L LS 5dr, One Owner, 14k. 

2013 63 Ford Fiesta 1200 Zetec, 5dr, White, 9k.^. 

2013 Ford Focus 1600 Zetec, 1 Owner, 23k . 

2013 Ford Kuga 2.0 Litre Titanium X 4x4 TDCi Auto, Has To Be Seen. 

2013 Suzuki 1.0 Alto SZ, 5dr, Beautiful Condition. 

2013 Ford Mondeo Zetec Estate 2.0 TDCi 140,1 Owner, FSH. 

2013 Hyundai 120 Active, 5dr, 1 Owner, 10k... 

2013 Fiat 500 1242 Colour Therapy, 1 Local Owner. 

2013 Ford Fiesta 125 Zetec, 5dr, 6k, One Owner. 

2013 Vauxhall Corsa 1400 SE 5dr, 19k, FSH. 

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2012 62 Hyundai 130 Active Auto 5dr, 1 Owner, 14k. 

2012 62 December Vauxhall Zafira 1700 Exclusive CDTi E-flx, 7 Seat, 1 O' 

2012 Hyundai 120 Active 1200,5dr, 21k. 

2012 Ford Fiesta 1242 Zetec 5dr, FSH. 

2012 Nissan Note 1400 N.Tec Plus, 5dr, BAM, Immaculate. 

2012 Vauxhall Corsa 1400 SXi, 5dr, FSH_. 

2012 Ford Fiesta 1242 Zetec, 5dr, 2 Local Owners, FSH. 

2012 Ford Fiesta 1242 Zetec, 5dr, FSH. 

2012 61 Ford Focus 1600 Diesel Estate, FSH, 1 Owner, 6 Speed. 

2012 Peugeot 107 Urban Lite Silver, 1 Owner, 12k ^.. 

2011 61 Ford Fiesta 1400 Auto Zetec 5dr, FSH, 22k. 

2011 Skoda Fabia Elegance Estate 1.2,23k. 

2011 Ford Focus 1.6 Zetec 100,5dr, 20k. 

2011 Ford Fiesta 1242 Zetec, 5dr, in White, 16k. 

2011 ToyotaAygo GO I.OLWTi, 5dr, White. 

2010 Ford Fiesta 1400 Edge, Lovely Car. 

2010 60 Nissan Note 1.4 N-Tec, MPV, FSH, Fully Equip. 

2009 Vauxhall Corsa 1.2 SXi, 5dr, 41 k. 


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2009 Mini Cooper 1600 Convertible, FSH, Local Car. 

2009 Vauxhall Corsa 1200 Design, 5dr, FSH. 

2009 Citroen Cl 1.0 VT, 5dr, Very Econ. 

2008 58 Vauxhall Corsa 1200 Life, A/C, 5dr, in Silver 

2007 57 Peugeot 407 SW HDi, Fully Equipped. 

2007 57 Fiat Bravo 1900 Diesel, 5dr, Very Nice. 

2007 57 Renault Clio 1200 Dynamique, 5dr......... 

2007 Ford Focus 1600 Sport, 5dr, FSH. 

2007 57 Toyota Yaris T.2 1.0 Litre, 5dr, V. Popular. 

2007 Ford Mondeo TDCi Ghia 130 6 speed... 

2007 Ford Fiesta Zetec Climate 1600 +DCi, 5dr, Fully Equipped... 

2007 Vauxhall Agila 1200,5dr. 

2006 56 Citroen C21100 Hatchback. 

2006 Ford Focus 1.6 Sport, 5dr, 27k, Very Clean.... 

2006 56 Peugeot 207 1,4S 5dr, 2 Owners, FSH. 

2006 Volkswagen Golf 1400 GTTSi 10,5dr. 

2006 Vauxhall Tigra 1400 Sport, Black. 

2006 Renault Megane 1600 Dynamique.... 

2006 Audi TT1.8 Turbo Convertible, Very Clean. 

2006 Mitsubishi Lancer Equippe, 4dr, Nicely Equipped. 

2006 VW Golf 2.0 GT TDi Diesel, 1 Owner, 5dr, Nice Car. 

2006 Toyota Aygo 1.0 WTi, 5dr, Very Eco. 

2006 Ford Fiesta 1.4 Style, 5dr... 

2005 55 Peugeot 1007 Automatic, 36k, Immaculate. 

2005 Ford Mondeo 2.0 TDCi Estate, BAM. 

2005 Honda Accord 2.4i V-Tec, 4dr Saloon. 

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2005 Vauxhall Vectra SRi CDTi 1.9 Diesel, 5dr. 

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2005 Peugeot 206 1400 SE, 5dr, Very Nice Car. 

2005 Vauxhall Corsa 1200 Breeze, 5dr, Very Nice Maintained Car. 

2004 Vauxhall Astra LS 1700 DTi, Estate. 

2004 54 MGTF1600 Sports Convertible, Very Nice. 

2004 54 Honda Jazz 1400 SE, 5dr. 

2004 Vauxhall Corsa 1.2 SXi CDTi Diesel, 5dr. 

2004 Ford Fiesta 1.3 Very Clean..,,,,... 

2004 Ford Focus 1600 Zetec, 5dr. 

2004 Vauxhall Zafira 1600 Life, 7 Seat MPV, 33k. 

2003 53 Volvo V401.8 Estate, Very Nice. 

2003 Ace Ambassador 2 Berth Caravan, Fully Equipped.. 

2003 Skoda Octavia 1781 RS, 5dr. 

2003 MG Z R Plus 1800, 5dr, Rare Car.. 

2003 Ford Focus 1.6 Zetec, 5dr. 

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2002 52 Vauxhall Astra 2.0 SRi Diesel. 

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FEATURED CAR 


Vauxhall Astra 1.8 i 
16v Design 5dr 

2009 (59 Reg) -13 Months Warranty 



Vehicle Details 


Mileage 38,000 miles 

Owner(s) 3 registered 

Transmission Automatic 

Fuel Petrol 

Vehicle Features 

13 Months Warranty 
Full Service History 
2 Previous Owners 
Superb Example 
Full MOT 

Warranted Mileage 

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2007/07 AUDI A3 2.0 TDI S LINE 
SPORTBACK QUATTRO 5 DOOR 
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94,000 Miles. 13 Months Warranty, 
Full Audi Service History, One 
Owner From New, Superb Example, 
Full MOT, Warranted Mileage, Cli¬ 
mate Control, Leather Seats, Alloy 
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2007/07 HONDA JAZZ 1.4 I DSI 
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Manual, Petrol, Blue. 32,000 Miles. 13 
Months Warranty, One Owner From 
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2004/54 FORD KA 1.3 3 DOOR 
HATCHBACK, Manual, Petrol, Or¬ 
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Stereo FM Radio/Cassette Model 
1000 Removable Control Panel, 
Tinted Glass. 4 seats. £850 



2006/56 FORD RANGER 2.5 TDDI 
XLT THUNDER DOUBLE CAB 
PICKUP 4X4, Manual, Diesel, Black. 
87,000 Miles. 13 Months Warranty, 
2 Previous Owners, Good Service 
History, Full MOT, Warranted 
Mileage, Metallic Paint, Electric 
Windows. £5,495 + VAT 



2011/60 HONDA JAZZ 1.4 l-VTEC 
ES 5 DOOR HATCHBACK, Manual, 
Petrol, Black. 37,000 Miles. 13 
Months Warranty, Stunning Exam¬ 
ple, One Previous Owner, Full Serv¬ 
ice History, Full MOT, Warranted 
Mileage, Manual Air-Conditioning, 
Stereo CD Tuner with MP3.... £5,699 



2004/54 ROVER STREETWISE 1.6 
SE 5 DOOR HATCHBACK, Manual, 
Petrol, Green. 64,000 Miles. 13 
Months Warranty, 3 Previous 
Owners, Full MOT, Warranted 
Mileage, Alloy wheels. Electric 
windows. £1,250 



2007/56 BMW 330 D SE 2 DOOR 
COUPE, Manual, Diesel, Green. 
116,000 Miles. 13 Months Warranty, 
One Previous Owner, Full Service 
History, Full MOT, Warranted 
Mileage, Air-Conditioning (Auto¬ 
matic), Cruise Control, Parking Aid 
.£6,495 



2009/09 AUDI A3 1.6 SE 3 DOOR 
HATCHBACK, Manual, Petrol, Black. 
73,000 Miles. 13 Months Warranty, 
Stunning Example, Full Service His¬ 
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Warranted Mileage, Audi Navigation 
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16in x 6.5J 7 - Arm Design Alloy 
Wheels. £5,495 



1999/V HONDA CR-V 2.0 ES 5 DOOR 
STATION WAGON, Petrol, Manual, 
Green. 163,000 Miles. 13 Months War¬ 
ranty, 3 Previous Owners, Full MOT, 
Warranted Mileage, Sunroof Electric, 
Electric Windows (Front/Rear), CD 
Player, 5 seats. £1,295 



2013/63 DACIA SANDERO STEPWAY 
1.5 DCI AMBIANCE 5 DOOR HATCH¬ 
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Miles. 13 Months Warranty, One 
Owner From New, Full Service History, 
Full MOT, Warranted Mileage, Electric 
Windows, Metallic Paint, Bluetooth 
Connectivity, CD Player and AUX 
Input. £6,250 



2013/13 TOYOTA AYGO 1.0 VVT-I 
FIRE 5 DOOR HATCHBACK, Manual, 
Petrol, White. 25,000 Miles. Zero Road 
Tax, 13 Months Warranty, Stunning 
Example, One Owner From New, 
Full And Up To Date Service History, 
Full MOT, Warranted Mileage, 14in 
Alloy Wheels, CD Player with Aux 
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2008/58 FORD C-MAX 1.8 TDCI 
ZETEC 5 DOOR MPV, Manual, 
Diesel, Grey. 106,000 Miles. 13 
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Owner, Full Service History, Full MOT, 
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2011/11 BMW 118D M SPORT 
3 DOOR HATCHBACK, Manual. 
Diesel, White. 80,000 Miles. 13 
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tory, One Previous Owner, Full MOT, 
Warranted Mileage, Air Condition¬ 
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2009/59 VAUXHALL ASTRA 1.8 I 16V 
DESIGN 5 DOOR HATCHBACK, Auto¬ 
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Months Warranty, Full Service History, 2 
Previous Owners,Superb Example, Full 
MOT, Warranted Mileage, Air Condi¬ 
tioning, Alloy Wheels, CD Player with 
MP3. £4,495 



1999/V VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT 
1.9 TDI PD SE 4 DOOR ESTATE, 

Manual, Diesel, Green. 174,000 
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Radio Cassette. £1,295 



2009/09 FORD RANGER 3.0 TDCI 
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DOOR PICKUP Manual, Diesel, Blue. 
13 Months Warranty, Good Service 
History, 2 Previous Owners, Full MOT, 
Warranted Mileage, Air-Condition¬ 
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Electric Windows, Radio/CD/MP3, 
Leather. £7,995 + VAT 



2004/04 TOYOTA RAV4 2.0 VVT-I 
XT3 3 DOOR 4X4, Manual, Petrol, 
Silver. 110,000 Miles. 13 Months War¬ 
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Mileage, Air-Conditioning, Electric 
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2003/53 PEUGEOT 406 2.0 HDI SE 
4 DOOR SALOON, Manual, Diesel, 
Blue. 113,000 Miles. 13 Months War¬ 
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MOT, Warranted Mileage, Alloy 
Wheels (16in), Computer (Driver In¬ 
formation System), Electric Win¬ 
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2011/11 BMW 318 D M SPORT 5 



DOOR ESTATE, Manual, Diesel, White. 
120,000 Miles. £30 Road Tax, 13 
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Full Service History, One Previous 
Owner, Full MOT, Warranted Mileage, 
Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Park 
Distance Control. £8,495 



2011 /11 VAUXHALL CORSA 1.2 I 16V 
SXI 5 DOOR HATCHBACK, Manual, 
Petrol, Silver. 48,000 Miles. 13 Months 
Warranty, One Previous Owner, Fully 
Serviced On Sale, Full MOT, Warranted 
Mileage, CD 30 MP3 - CD Player with 
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2004/04 VOLVO V70 2.4 D5 SE 
GEARTRONIC 5 DOOR ESTATE, Auto¬ 
matic, Diesel, Blue. 121,000 Miles. 13 
Months Warranty, Good Service History, 
3 Previous Owners, Full MOT, Warranted 
Mileage, Climate Control, Cruise Con¬ 
trol, Leather Faced Sports Upholstery, 
Radio/CD Autochanger. £2,995 



2012/62 NISSAN JUKE 1.5 DCITEKNA 
5 DOOR HATCHBACK, Manual, Diesel. 
White. 54,000 Miles. 13 Months War¬ 
ranty, One Owner From New, Superb Ex¬ 
ample, Full Service History, Full MOT, 
Warranted Mileage, Nissan Connect 
with Touch Screen Navigation, Heated 
Front Seats. £8,495 



2005/05 MINI COOPER 1.6 2 
DOOR CONVERTIBLE, Manual, 
Petrol, Gold. 42,000 Miles. 13 
Months Warranty, Superb Condi¬ 
tion, Full Service On Sale, Full MOT, 
Warranted Mileage, 3 Previous 
Owners, Park Distance Control, 
Alloy Wheels. £3,995 



2005/05 FIAT PANDA 1.2 4X4 5 
DOOR HATCHBACK, Manual, Petrol, 
Silver. 53,000 Miles. 13 Months 
Warranty, One Previous Owner, Full 
MOT, Warranted Mileage, In Car 
Entertainment (Radio/CD), Climate 
Control, Electric Windows (Front), 
Alloy Wheels. £2,995 



2010/10 MITSUBISHI L200 2.5 Dl-D 
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Mitsubishi Service History, 2 Previous 
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2008/08 SUZUKI SWIFT 1.6 VVT 
SPORT 3 DOOR HATCHBACK, 



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13 Months Warranty, Full Service 
History, Full MOT, Warranted 
Mileage, Air-Conditioning, Tinted 
Glass, Alloy Wheels (15in), In Car 
Entertainment (Radio/CD) .£3,495 



2006/06 VAUXHALL ASTRA 1.61 16V 
CLUB 5 DOOR HATCHBACK, Manual, 
Petrol, Silver. 131,000 Miles. 13 Months 
Warranty, One Previous Owner, Good 
Service History, Full MOT, Warranted 
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Football tables 


Toolstation Div One 

Pld 

Pts 

Keynsham Town. 

.21 

46 

Wellington. 

.20 

46 

Hengrove Athletic. 

.20 

42 

Cheddar. 

.20 

40 

Malmesbury Victoria 

.20 

37 

Bishops Lydeard. 

.20 

33 

Wincanton Town. 

.21 

32 

Radstock Town. 

.20 

30 

Devizes Town. 

.19 

30 

Ashton & Backwell.. 

.20 

28 

Warminster Town. 

.21 

27 

Westbury Utd. 

.20 

27 

CHARD TOWN. 

.20 

26 

Welton Rovers. 

.21 

26 

Roman Glass SG. 

.20 

25 

Oldland Abbotonians 

.20 

22 

Caine Town. 

.19 

21 

Corsham Town. 

.20 

20 

Chippenham Park. 

.20 

19* 

Portishead Town. 

.17 

18 

Bishops Sutton. 

.20 

17 

Almondsbury UWE.. 

.19 

10 

Somerset D1W (24) 

Pld 

Pts 

Portishead Town Res 

.8 

24 

ILMINSTER TOWN 

.9 

21 

Street Reserves. 

.8 

16 

Somerton Town. 

.8 

15 

Highbridge Town. 

.8 

13 

Winscombe. 

.8 

13 

Uphill Castle. 

.8 

11 

Minehead AFC. 

.7 

10 

Burnham Utd. 

.8 

7 

Cleeve West Town.... 

.9 

7 

COMBE St NIC. 

.7 

6 

Congresbury. 

.8 

4 

Glastonbury. 

.8 

0 

D&E Div 3 (20) 

Pld 

Pts 

Bampton. 

.9 

27 

University 4ths. 

..10 

27 

PERRY STREET. 

.7 

16 

Axminster Town Res. 

.9 

16 

East Budleigh. 

..12 

16 

Honiton Town Res.... 

.9 

11 

Tedburn St Mary. 

..10 

10 

Exmouth Amat Res... 

..10 

10 

Newton Poppleford... 

.7 

9 

Clyst Valley Res. 

.9 

8 

Culm Utd. 

..12 

1 

D&E Div 7 (22) 

Pld 

Pts 

Wellington 3rds. 

..13 

32 

Cranbrook . 

.9 

25 

ILMINSTER RES. 

.9 

22 

Sidmouth Town 3rds. 

..10 

18 

K&M Polonia Exe. 

...11 

17 

Exmouth Spartans. 

..10 

13 

Woodbury Res. 

..12 

13 

Seaton Town Res. 

..10 

11 

Bickleigh Res. 

.7 

7 

Cheriton Fitzpaine. 

..10 

6 

Colyton Res. 

.9 

5 

HT Dons. 

..10 

3 

Perry St Premier (20) Pld 

Pts 

Beaminster. 

.8 

22 

Shepton Beauchamp.. 

.7 

17 

South Petherton. 

.7 

16 

Winsham Utd. 

.9 

16 

Barrington. 

.7 

15 

Misterton. 

.8 

13 

W & M Chinnock. 

.8 

8 

Combe Reserves. 

.7 

6 

Chard Utd. 

.6 

5 

Netherbury. 

.8 

3 

Drimpton. 

.9 

0 

Perry St Div 1(18) 

Pld 

Pts 

Pymore. 

.6 

14 

Merriott Rovers. 

.5 

13 

Forton Rangers . 

. 6 

13 

Hawkchurch Utd . 

. 4 

10 

Shepton Beau Res . 

. 5 

6 

Uplyme . 

. 6 

5 

Ilminster Town Colts. 

. 5 

4 

Waytown Hounds . 

.4 

3 

Combe A. 

.4 

3 

South Petherton Res.. 

.5 

0 

Perry St Div 2 (18) 

Pld 

Pts 

Chard Rangers. 

.7 

21 

Farway Utd. 

. 9 

19 

Winsham Utd Res . 

. 8 

19 

Charmouth . 

. 8 

15 

Halstock . 

. 5 

12 

Thorncombe . 

. 9 

7 

Crewkerne Rangers.., 

. 7 

6 

Dowlish & Donyatt... 

. 7 

6 

Kingsbury Episcopi... 

. 9 

6 

Chard Utd Reserves .. 

. 7 

0 

Perry St Div 3 (24) 

Pld 

Pts 

Uplyme Reserves . 

. 9 

21 

Crewk Rangers Res ... 

...11 

19 

Forton Rangers Res... 

. 7 

18 

Misterton Reserves..., 

. 7 

17 

Ilminster Town A . 

,.10 

15 

Merriott Dynamos . 

. 8 

13 

Lyme Regis Rovers... 

,.10 

11 

Thorncombe Res. 

.9 

10 

Farway Utd Res . 

,.10 

10 

Drimpton Reserves..., 

. 7 

9 

Fivehead . 

. 9 

9 

Chard Rangers Res.... 

,.10 

8 

Chard Utd All Stars.., 

. 7 

3 



football around the south somerset teams 


llminster promotion push on track 

Only Rangers remain in County cup - Barrington blow for 10-man Pethy 



Buckland Athletic 5 Chard Town 2 

Les Phillips Cup R1 - ott; 82 
GOALS from Scott Martin and Max Westlake were 
no more than consolations for Chard Town as the 
Les Phillips League Cup tie at Homers Heath went 
with form. 

Hosts Buckland Athletic have been in good form 
in the Toolstation Western League and went into 
Saturday's game sitting pretty up in fourth spot, 
and this was reflected as they eased into a 3-0 
lead at halftime. 

Jared Lewington opened the scoring in the 16th 
minute and went on to complete a fine hat-trick 
with further strikes just after the half hour. The 
closest Chard came to opening their account was 
a James Boyland effort that grazed an upright 

Full back Cliff Walters made it 4-0 soon after the 
interval and Gavin Hammon completed the hosts' 
nap-hand in the 68th minute. 

But Chard kept battling. Westlake pulled one 
back when he intercepted a poor back pass and 
Martin added a second. There was still time to force 
two fine late saves by home keeper Grant Fisher. 

Next Saturday, Chard return to league action 
with the visit of Radstock Town (3pm ko). 

Chard Town; Jon Hill, Pot Golden, Luke Jackson, 
Shoun Wells-Burr, Kieren Bailey, Brod Miles, Max 
Westlake, Matt Howell (Ryan Mason 75), Andy 
Holmes, Steve Friend (Scott Martin 68), James 
Boyland (Scott Jakeman 68). 

SW PENINSULA LEAGUE 

Axminster Town 1 Galmpton Utd 1 

Division One (E) 

AFTER three-week lay-off a Jonny Hurford goal 
earned Axminster Town a point from Saturday's 
visit by next-to-bottom Galmpton United. 

The visitors went close in the opening ex¬ 
changes with an effort that struck the post. But it 
was Axminster who found the net first - on two 
occasions! 

Ian Burns' side rounded off a move to force the 
ball home only for the referee to call play back to 
an earlier infringement on an Ax player in the 
build-up. Undeterred, up stepped Hurford to clip 
home his third goal of the season from the result¬ 
ing free-kick. 

Richard Farkins equalised early in the second 
half and the points were shared despite both sides 
crafting decent opportunities to snatch a winner. 

Axminster head off to Mill Marsh Park to take on 
Bovey Tracey next Saturday (3pm). 

Axminster Town: Scott Wells-Burr, Craig Every, 
Ben Clay, Chris Duchenski, Elliot Dyer, Liam deal, 
Nathan Warren, Danny Aplin, Luke Finn, Jonny 
Hurford. Subs; Jamie Barfoot, Tony Pinder, Callum 
Garrett, Gary Macauley. 

SOMERSET LEAGUE - D1W 

Somerton Town 2 Ilminster Town 3 
ILMINSTER Town's unbeaten league run was ex¬ 
tended to eight matches as they came from be¬ 
hind twice to win the third versus second clash at 
Gassons Lane. 

The hosts struck first and deservedly took a 1- 
0 lead into the half time interval. 

But the introduction of Chris Nezianya off the 
subs bench gave the Blues more attacking threat 
in the second-half. 

Ilminster equalised when top-scorer Taylor 
made it into double figures for the season when he 
tucked away a penalty after referee Mike Cairns 
had spotted a push in the area. 

The hosts regained the lead with a header from 
a set-piece, but Ilminster had their tails up and Jef¬ 
ferson, whose pace caused the Somerton defend¬ 
ers problems throughout the match, netted his 
second with a volley into the corner. 

The Blues, with Sam Rowswell and Jack Male 
dominating in the midfield area, deservedly 
grabbed the winner when Jonny May scooped the 
ball home after the home keeper had dropped a 
cross. 

After the game Jefferson and Rowswell were sin¬ 
gled out for praise by manager Jason Manley: 
"They were fantastic." 

Iminster are in League Cup action tomorrow 
(Wednesday) when they take on Street Reserves 
under the Tannery Field lights (7.30pm) when the 
prize for the winners is a last 16 tie at Fry Club. 

The Blues have no fixture next Saturday, but 


COMBE ST NICHOLAS return to action with the 
visit of Burnham Utd (2.30pm). 

Ilminster; Caspar Paine, Darren Brown, Jonny 
Manley, Josh Parsons, Matt Brown, Jonny May, 
Sam Rowswell, Aaron Sweet, Dan Smith, Joe Sim¬ 
mons, Taylor Jefferson. Subs used; Jack Male, 
Chris Nezianya, Paul Nicholls. 

DEVON & EXETER LEAGUE 

Perry Street 9 Culm United 1 (D3) 

PERRY Street completed a league double, scoring 
17 goals in the process, over relegation-haunted 
Culm United. 

It took Street 25 minutes to open the scoring but 
the door was then ajar and they marched on 
through. 

It was 4-0 at half-time with Billy Sheahan (2), 
Jay Stewart and Dan O'Connor on the scoresheet. 

The second half was a stroll with Dan Collins 
wading in with a hat-trick, Stewart bagging his 
second and Callum Machattie getting in on the act. 

Next up for the Mothers is Saturday's trip to face 
Exmouth Amateurs Reserves (2.15pm). 

Ilminster Town Reserves p Cheriton Fitzpaine p (D7) 

A WATERLOGGED pitch forced the cancellation of 
Saturday's scheduled match. The Ilminster sec¬ 
ond-string entertain struggling HT Dons next 
Saturday (2.15pm ko). 

SOMERSET JUNIOR CUP R3 (L32) 

CREWKERNE RANGERS are the sole PSDL repre¬ 
sentatives in the Somerset Intermediate Cup after 
Saturday's fixtures. 

Rangers' scheduled game at Belrose was post¬ 
poned due to a waterlogged pitch, but a Mark 
Tweedie strike was all MERRIOTT ROVERS had to 
show from the visit of Baltonsborough as they 
crashed out beaten 3-1. 

Unbeaten PSDL Division Two leaders CHARD 
RANGERS travelled to face Minehead Resrves 
with just 11 players and were made to pay on a 
large pitch as they were also beaten 3-1 with Dar¬ 
ren Contreras scoring the consolation. 

PERRY STREET LEAGUE 
BILL BAILEY CUP (Rl) 

THERE were three home wins in the weekend's Bill 
Bailey cup-ties. 

Scott Curtis (2), John Mason, Barney Haydon and 
Jordan Warren Smith scored in Chard Rangers Re¬ 
serves' 5-1 win over Farway Utd Reserves. 

Meanwhile, goals from Ross Jewell, Aaron 
Hodges and Corrin Corrick earned Drimpton Re¬ 
serves a 3-2 win over Chard United All Stars. 

It was the same score line in an incident packed 
game at Forton. The hosts Reserves team looked 


in control as they led through goals from Stuart 
Packer and Alex Thompson. But opponents Mis- 
terton Reserves pulled one back through Stuart 
Weston and Callum Preston grabbed an equaliser 
in the second half. 

Forton had a great chance to win it with a last 
minute penalty but, with regular penalty taker 
Packer having been substituted, Steve Baker's 
tired looking spot kick was comfortably saved and 
the teams headed into extra time. 

Missy appeared to have the fitness advantage 
but it was Jack Alford who netted the decider after 
latching on to a fine through ball from Baker. 
Quarter-final line-up; 

Crewk Rangers Res v Forton Rangers Res 
Thorncombe Res v Ilminster A or Uplyme Res 
Drimpton Res v Lyme Regis Rovers 
Merriott Dyn or Fivehead v Chard Rangers Res 

PREMIER 

A TOM Sullivan strike was all COMBE RESERVES 
had to show from their trip to the Memorial Ground 
where title favourites Beaminster cruised to a 7-1 
triumph. Rich Hebditch (3, 2pens), Shane Evans 
(2), Robin Jones and Lee Clark netted for the high¬ 
flying Rainbows. 

Just one point from nine has seen Winsham Utd 
slide down the table. The latest reverse came in a 
3-0 defeat against CHARD UNITED at Jocelyn 
Park. 

SHEPTON BEAUCHAMP moved up to second 
spot with a hard fought 2-1 win at MISTERTON. 
Richard Crabb finished well at the far post to Shep- 
ton ahead. 

But Missy had the better of the remainder of the 
half and the hosts were grateful for some fine 
keeping from Rich Pippin. But he could do nothing 
about Mike McCormack's equaliser on the hour 
and the game was up for grabs. 

The winner came when good work from George 
Pugson set up Crabb whose header came back off 
the crossbar but Charlie Rutter bravely headed 
home amongst the flying boots to clinch the win. 

SOUTH PETHERTON’S title hopes received a 
blow with a 3-1 home defeat at the hands of BAR¬ 
RINGTON. 

After a goalless first half a pivotal moment in the 
match occurred early in the second period when 
Dean Smith was shown a straight red card by ref¬ 
eree Steve Reed after reacting to a late tackle from 
Guy Dare. 

Nonetheless, 10-man Pethy broke the deadlock 
in the 55th minute when Shane Adcock-Case put 
Ryan Thurgood through to finish well. 

But Barrington were level two minutes later 
when Carl Lazenby tapped in. A deflected Lazenby 
effort then put the visitors ahead and George 


Hayward clinched the win. 

"The lads gave their all and it was nice to finally 
put one over them [South Pethertonj," said Bar¬ 
rington boss Sid Brown. 

Pethy manager Karl Diment felt Barrington 
should also have ended the game with 10-men: 
"Their centre-back was late in a challenge on our 
keeper Jardine Mackenzie and had already been 
booked. But other than that we've no complaints, 
it was always going to be difficult against a strong 
Barrington side especially with 10 men for most of 
the second-half." 

Finally, DRIMPTON’S search a point continues 
after a 5-0 defeat at fellow strugglers Nether- 
bury. 

DIVISION ONE 

THERE were an astonishing 32 goals in the three 
games played in Division One. 

Ten were shared at Hawkchurch where the hosts 
grabbed a point with a last minute equaliser in a 
topsy-turvy encounter with Forton Rangers. 

Early goals from Dan Richards and James 
Melville had the Hawks soaring. But Forton turned 
things around to lead 3-2 at half-time. 

Gavin Herrod found the top corner to make it 3- 
3 before Melville struck again to put the hosts 
back in front. 

Back came Forton and two late goals appeared 
to have won the match only for Melville to pounce 
on a keeping fumble and make 5-5 at the final 
whistle. Andy Stevenson (2), Robbie Walker, Elliot 
Richards and Chris Warry netted for Forton. 

Elsewhere, SOUTH PETHERTON RESERVES’ 
goals against column rose to 72 after a 14-1 defeat 
at Uplyme. Nathan Chant bagged the Pethy con¬ 
solation ten minutes from time. 

Finally, some effective counter attacking gave 
SHEPTON BEAUCHAMP RESERVES 3-0 lead with 
goals from Terry Crocker (2) and Jordan Brain 
against visitors Waytown Hounds. 

Waytown pulled one back before half-time and 
struck again early in the second period but Brain 
bagged his second for what proved to be the win¬ 
ner after the visitors netted a late consolation. 
Shepton were indebted to keeper Shane Crocker 
who was in top form. 

DIVISION TWO 

Charmouth 1 Halstock 4 (M.Cawley 3, B.Brister), 
Thorncombe 2 (A.Atkins, L.Whitworth) Dowlish & 
Donyatt 2 (D.Vining 2) Winsham Utd Reserves 3 
(J.AIIan 2,1.Hilton-Barrett) Farway Utd 2. 

DIVISION THREE 

Fivehead p Merriott Dynamos p, Lyme Rovers 3 
(P.Peacock 2, R.Prior) Thorncombe Reserves 0. 

























































































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netball honiton league : 

Hi Q still unbeaten 


DIVISION One leaders Hi 
Q took on HNC Hot shots 
and, with Sadie Moran 
playing well, led 20-10 at 
half way. 

During the final two 
quarters Hannah Vicary 
inspired HNC and they 
scored well enough to earn 
a point from their 24-39 
defeat. 

Flamingos kept the pres¬ 
sure with a 41-21 win 
against Ford &Pentecost 
Panthers with the Panthers 
picking up another valu¬ 
able point from their de¬ 
feat. Players for special 
mention in the match were 
Olivia Warwick for 
Flamingos and Anna Ben¬ 
son for the Panthers. 

Meanwhile there were 
close results in three of the 
games in Division Two but 
Blackdown retained their 
100 per cent record with a 
comfortable 30-10 win 
against Pixies. Rose 
Tucker stole the show for 
Blackdown whilst Heather 
Beviss was the star for 
Pixies. 

Sidmouth Toucans had a 
tough game against Otter 
Valley with the Valley 
opening up a 7-5 lead at 

Division One Pld GD Pts 

HiQ .6 105 18 

Flamingos.6 138 16 

Sidmouth T Chicks .. .5 88 12 

Otters .5 23 11 

HNC Hot Shots.6 -26 11 

F&PPanthers .6-52 8 

Signs SW .5-124 3 

Howden Hawks.5-152 1 


quarter time. By half way • 
Toucans were 12-11 in 
front thanks to good work 
from Tania Vine and they l 
then increased their advan- ® 
tage to 16-13 before Vicky • 
Russell inspired an Otter 
fight back which fell just l 
short in a 21 -22m defeat. • 

Tip Top Trees had a sim¬ 
ilarly close game against 
JD Tyres. 3Ts led from the • 
start but their advantage 
was never more than four 
goals. A third quarter * 
flourish saw JD come 
back to 12-14 down with 
Jenny Bryant in top form. * 

The final quarter went • 
goal for goal with 3Ts • 
holding out to win by 21- * 
19 with Aimee Vine doing * 
well. 

The match between the 
bottom two sides saw Beer * 
Blazers, with Rose Ben¬ 
nett playing well, race into 
a 5-1 lead against Swag- l 
germamas. The Mamas • 
fought back and at half 
way it was all square at 8- l 
8. Jo Mitchell stood out * 
for the Mamas as they en¬ 
tered the final period 14- • 
13 ahead and they * 
maintained the momentum 
to win 18-15. 

• 

Division Two Pld GD Pts 

Sidmouth Toucans .. .8 80 22 • 

Tip Top Trees .7 37 19 l 

Blackdown .6 70 18 • 

Otter Valley.6 43 12 l 

JD Tyres .8 9 12 • 

Pixies .7 -64 9 l 

Swaggermamas.8 -103 9 • 

Beer Blazers .6 -72 4 l 


running round-up 

Masters carries the Chari 


AXE VALLEY RUNNERS 

with Dave Mutter 

THERE were a fantastic 141 entrants for last 
Saturday’s Seaton Park Run 5K with several 
new runners taking part and one of those run¬ 
ners, AVR’s Jake Smith was the winner, blast¬ 
ing around in 16:10. 

Marcus Albano from CSSC Sports & Leisure 
was 2nd, 18:29 and Matthew Gauld 3rd, 
19:18. There were 25 AVR’s in total and spe¬ 
cial mention to Jonathan Day who ran for the 
1st time since a lower back injury six months 
ago forced him to stop running, he was 141st 
in 24:05. 

Of course, the parkrun series is not just about 


the quick runners, it’s there to get people ac¬ 
tive, so why not have a go yourself next week? 
See www.parkrun.org.uk/seaton/ for more info 
and how to enter. 

CHARD ROAD RUNNERS 

with Paul Masters 
CHARD Road Runners had a quiet weekend 
attending just the one event - The Cornish 
Marathon at the village of Pensilver. 

Representing CRR's was Paul Masters who 
decided to take the first 15 miles are a steady 
pace as he was carrying and injury but still 
crossed the line 130th/450 in a time of 3h 54m 
24s and secure a good place for age prize. 


m ’ 


hockey chard 

Chard battling qualities rewarded with deserved point 


Tiverton 2 Chard A 2 

WHAT a difference seven days 
make. After last week’s inept perfor¬ 
mance Chard 2nd XI rediscovered 
its competitive spirit to take a point 
at Tiverton and to extend their un¬ 
beaten run to six games. 

Based upon the experience of this 
match, the home side’s previous 100 
per cent record and reputation for 
high scoring seems heavily reliant 
upon partisan officiating of a type 
Chard have not had to endure for 
some considerable time. 

To their credit, the team avoided 
reacting to a string of extraordinary 
decisions, only losing Trevor Goss 
to the sin bin for attempting to make 
a lofted pass. The ball struck a 
Tiverton player and was deemed so 
serious a misdemeanour as to war¬ 
rant his banishment for a good five 
minutes. 


Chard had few opportunities to 
venture into their opponents’ D but 
made the most of it when they did. 
Goss fed a pass to Harvey Dening 
who slipped the ball through the ad¬ 
vancing keeper’s legs to take the 
lead midway through the first half. 

This spurred Tiverton into coming 
forward and, with some swift inter¬ 
play, they carved open Chard’s de¬ 
fence for a shot Richard Green had 
no chance of saving. 

Green was to have one of his bus¬ 
ier afternoons and made some brave 
blocks and fine reaction saves as the 
pressure was piled on. 

All square at half time, the mes¬ 
sage from James Spurdle was to 
keep up the same level of effort and 
maintain composure. 

Spurdle set a captain’s example in 
the latter, despite being on the re¬ 
ceiving end of some more weird and 


not so wonderful decisions. 

Chard were not awarded a single 
penalty corner in the entire match, 
against Tiverton’s 20 or more. 

The pressure on Chard’s defence 
was intense and the home side took 
what seemed an inevitable lead with 
a follow up effort from one of their 
comers. 

It looked as though Chard’s brave 
resistance was broken and they had 
to withstand two further penalty cor¬ 
ners immediately after conceding. 

However, from another rare foray 
into Tiverton’s D, Dening prodded 
in the equaliser after good work 
from Gary Wheaton. 

There was still a quarter of an hour 
to play and Chard knew what to ex¬ 
pect. Arthur Critchley was outstand¬ 
ing in the centre of the back four and 
veterans Paul Tratt and Steve Ma¬ 
honey are made for the backs-to-the- 


wall scrap which followed. 

Nick Liggins exemplified the bod¬ 
ies on the line approach required as 
the defence was stretched to its lim¬ 
its but refused to break. 

The increasing desperation of the 
decision making in the dying min¬ 
utes to try to secure a home win was 
as farcical as it was a disgrace. 

Tiverton’s own desperation led to 
some wayward shooting. Chard 
richly deserved their point and the 
elation at the final whistle showed 
how much it meant to the entire 
team. 

Thanks to match sponsor: Porter 
Dodson Solicitors. 

Squad: R Green, N Liggins, A 
Critchley, P Tratt, S Mahoney, N 
Parkinson, J Spurdle (capt), T King, 
T Goss, H Dening, G Wheaton, S 
Horne. 


ilminster 

angling 

Bishop 
in front 

WITH the river flooded, 
10 Ilminster AA mem¬ 
bers headed to Dilling- 
ton pond for round four 
of the VE.S. Precision 
league on Sunday. 

Graham Field took top 
spot with 121b 7oz of 
roach along with a 
bonus skimmer on the 
pole and pinkie from 
peg 4, Adie Bishop was 
second with 111b 2oz of 
mainly skimmers on 
the feeder from peg 18. 

Jamie Rich was third 
with 101b 5oz of roach 
and rudd on the pole 
with maggot and 
caster. 

After four matches 
Adie Bishop leads the 
league (5pts) followed 
by Steve Parker, Jamie 
Rich and Graham Field 
(all 7pts). 

Sections; A - Paul 
Homewood (Taunton) 
- 101b loz. B - Baz 
Morgan (Somerset 
Angling) - 61b. 

Round four of the 
Royal Oak league is on 
Sunday and the draw is 
at the pub between 
8.30 and 9am. 


on the fronter around the local skittles leagues 


COLYTON 

Knock-Out Cup 

Tuckers Arms C 355 (f Pearse 
67) Ship C 375 (R Gush 73); 
Gerrard B 391 (M Orsman 77) 
Lamb B 379 (M Pidgeon 72); 
Honiton Con Artists 334 (M 
Joslin, M Parkinson 59) Col- 
combe Beerboys 355 (P White 
66); Volunteer B 300 (S Wolfe, 
N Broom 57) Red Lion Sidbury 
296 (J Beaton 51); Kingfisher A 
318 (A Parsons 62) Volunteer A 
291 (S Charlton 57); Cloakham 
B 375 (P Garner 70) Vine No¬ 
mads 339 (D Norman 64); 
Axminster Con A 373 (T Well¬ 
man 68) Red Lion A 355 (A 
Beer, C Garner, S Flint 63); 
Lamb A v Wheelwright A (P). 
Draw for fourth round; 
Cloakham B v Colcombe Beer- 
boys; Lamb A or Wheelwright A 
v Volunteer B; Axminster Con A 
v Gerrard B; Ship C v Kingfisher 
A. 

Tony Hawkins 

Memorial Knocked-Out Cup. 

Axminster Inn A 339 (S Palmer 
63) Honiton WMC B 344 (T 
Darrant 70); Vine A 360 (G 
Doidge 67) Offwell B 332 (R 
Hembrow 63); Winstons 
KOOTS 344 (J Miles 69) New 
Inn B 346 (D Hodder 66); Of¬ 
fwell A 399 (J Goddard 78) New 
Inn A 371 (R Webb 76); Mount- 
batten Whites 325 (P Bonetta 62) 
Vine B 368 (R Blackmore 72); 
Wilmington Harts 357 (S Land 
69) Honiton Con D 375 (W 
Collins 70); Colyton Club A v 
Sidbury Stones; Tuckers Arms B 
W/O v Colcombe Nomads; 
Draw for fourth round; Honi¬ 
ton Con D v New Inn B; Tuckers 
Arms B v Offwell A; Colyton 
Club A or Sidbury Stones v Vine 
A; Honiton WMC B v Vine B. 

Division One Pld Pts 


Red Lion Cavs.8 14 

Axe Con A.8 13 

Gerrard A.8 11 

New Inn A .8 10 

VineB .8 10 

Honiton Con D .8 8 

Seaton AFC A .8 8 

Tuckers Arms B.8 7 

Colcombe A.8 6 

LambB .8 6 

Red Lion A .8 6 

Colyton Club A .8 5 

Cloakham B.8 4 

Lamb A .8 4 

Division Two Pld Pts 

Offwell A.8 14 

Sidbury SC Stones.8 12 

Volunteer A .8 12 

Vine A .7 10 

Dolphin Vikings.8 8 

Gerrard B.8 8 

Colcombe Beerboys.8 7 

ShipC .8 7 

Eagle Tavern .8 6 

Honiton Converts.8 6 

Kings Arms Beers .8 6 

Wheelwright A.7 5 

Honiton WMC A.8 5 

Tuckers Arms A.8 4 

Division Three Pld Pts 

Cloakham Wanderers.7 11 

Mountbatten Whites .7 10 

Volunteer B .8 10 

Three Tuns BTP.7 8 

Wilmington Harts .7 8 

Sidbury Village Inn .7 7 

Kingfisher A .7 6 

White Hart B .7 6 

Vine Nomads.6 5 

Red Lion Sidbury .6 4 

Ship A .6 4 

Colcombe B.7 2 

Division Four Pld Pts 

Honiton WMC B .7 11 

Rising Sun A .6 10 

HeathfieldA.7 10 

Winstons .8 9 

Kings Arms A .6 8 

Axe Inn A .7 8 

New Inn B .7 7 

Rising Sun B .8 6 

Tuckers Arms C.8 6 


Honiton Con A.6 3 

Honiton Con Artists.6 2 

Seaton AFC B .6 2 

Division Five Pld Pts 

Colcombe Nomads .7 14 

Sidmouth Arms Kings.6 10 

Winstons Koots .8 10 

Colyton Club B .6 8 

Offwell Rejects .7 8 

Seaton Bowling .7 8 

Dolphin B .6 6 

Kingfisher B .6 6 

White Hart A .6 4 

Heathfield B.7 4 

Honiton Con Raiders.6 0 

Tuckers Arms D.6 0 

AXMINSTER 

Knock out cup semi final 

Ax Con Rebels 354 Tuckers C 
341, Thorncombe B 335 Woot- 
ton Sherberts 336. 

Men’s League Div 1; Green 
Army 352 (D Kelland 72) Red 
Lion D 323 (T Herbert Jnr 60) 
Old Inn Kilm A 339 (P Powell 
66) Wootton Cowboys 326 (J 
Jones 59) Gerrard D 367 (P Gib- 
bins 75) B&Gs 397 (M Enticott 
72) Thorncombe B 383 (M 
Turner 74) Kingfisher Feds 377 
(H Chaplyn 76) Red Devils 388 
(G Fisher 80) Ax Con Rebels 
396 (P Pomeroy 77) Lamb Spar¬ 
tans 342 (S Flint 69) Sidmouth 
Arms 318 (N Parris 60). 

Div 2; W H Wilm A 349 (P Jef¬ 
fery 79) WH Warriors 346 (N 
Stone 66) New Inn A 348 (D 
Hodder 67) Thorncombe A 303 
(N Hawker 58) Axe Inn Jokers 
342 (Doug Churchill 70) Gerrard 
A 322 (W Vincent 62) Tuckers 
Maggots 346 (R Patch 65) 
Cloakham Stars 345 (M Apsey 
66) Wootton Sherberts 337 (D 
Tolley 62) v Thorncombe C 316 
(S Harrison 58) Colcombe A 43 8 
(J Batten 83) v New Inn C 423 
(R Webb 81) Red Lion C 373 (M 
Herrod 68) v Lamb A 372 (D 
Jones 79). 


Div 3; Kings Arms Seaton 365 
(D Park 72) Colcombe B 326 (P 
Wyatt 60) Ax Con Club A 303 (P 
Banner 61) AxFC A 300 (T Web¬ 
ber 55) AxFC Halfcuts 408 (J 
Lucas 88) Axe Inn A 357 (J Fifer 
74) AxFC IV 410 (J Bearpark 
79) AxFC B 388 (A Elmes 68) 
Div 4; Lamb Shanks 325 (P Her¬ 
rod 62) Colcombe Nomads 301 
(S Cross 56) Ship Rotary 315 (R 
Woolland 59) New Inn Hawks 
363 (D Lucas 66) Kingfisher A 
290 (A Neal-Hopes 57) Lamb 
49rs 284 Winstons 333 (Tony 
63) Seaton BC 366 (P Grigg T 
Hurley-Smith 75). 


Division One Pld Pts 

B&Gs.9 18 

Thorncombe B.9 14 

Ax Con Club Rebels .9 14 

Lamb Spartans.9 12 

Sidmouth Arms (Upottery) ... .9 10 

Wooton Cowboys .9 8 

Red Lion Red Devils.8 8 

OldlnnKilmingtonA .9 8 

The Feds (Kingfisher) .9 6 

Thorncombe Drifters.8 6 

Green Army.9 6 

Red Lion D .9 6 

Tuckers C.8 4 

Gerrard D.8 2 

Division Two Pld Pts 

Thorncombe C.9 16 

Thorncombe A.9 14 

Axe Inn Jokers.9 14 

Wooton Sherberts .9 12 

Tuckers Maggots.9 10 

Cloakham Stars .9 10 

New Inn Kilmington C .9 8 

Red Lion C .9 8 

Colcombe A.9 8 

White Hart Wilmington A.9 8 

White Hart Warriors .9 6 

New Inn Kilmington A .9 6 

Gerrard A.9 4 

Lamb A .9 2 

Division Three Pld Pts 

Old Inn Kilmington B .8 12 

Axminster Inn B .7 10 

Axminster FC A.9 10 

Axminster Halfcuts .8 10 

Gerrard B.7 8 

Axe Con Club A .7 8 


Axminster FC IV. 

...7 8 

Axminster Inn A . 

...8 8 

King Wingers. 

...7 6 

White Hart Wilmington B .. 

...6 6 

Kings Arms Seaton A . 

...8 6 

Axminster FC B. 

...9 6 

Colcombe B. 

...9 2 

Division Four 

Pld Pts 

Lamb 49s. 

.. .9 13 

New Inn Hawks. 

...8 11 

Seaton Bowling Club. 

.. .7 10 

Kingfisher A . 

.. .9 10 

Lamb Shanks. 

...8 8 

Bev’s Boys. 

...5 8 

Colcombe Nomads . 

...7 8 

Winston Wobblers . 

...8 6 

Bottle Inn. 

...7 6 

Ship Rotary . 

...7 6 

Gerrard C. 

...6 2 

Tuckers Y . 

...6 2 

White Hart Colyford . 

...5 2 

Ladies League Nov 7th 

Div 1; Gerrard Guzzlers 300 (M 
Smith 55) Wotnots 341 (R Rat- 
tenbury C Phillips 63) Red Lion 
A 347 (J Flint 68) New Inn A 
322 (H Hopewell 62) New Inn B 
288 (J Quick W Mitcham 52) 
Rousdon Ladies 312 (K Satter- 

ley 58) Bees Knees 

350 (L 

Bastin 62) Colcombe A 355 (H 
Ogden 73) Colcombe Girls 332 
(A Wren 65) v Seaton BC 335 (P 

Whitworth 62). 


Div 2; WH Wilm A 333 (M Jef- 

fery 62) Thorncombe 

A 318 

(Katie Gaylard 69) 

B&Js 

Cloakham 339 (J White 65) Ger¬ 
rard A 298 (ARudge 60) Tuckers 
B 319 (K Laing 57) Red Lion 
Rabble 287 (F Bagge 54) AxFC 
Battleaxes 348 (L Beer 66) Axe 
Inn Allsorts 306 (S Fifer 55) 
Seaton FC 349 (T Kennworthy 
79) Colcombe Angels 317 (B 

Bracey 70). 


Ladies Division One 

Pld Pts 

Axe Inn A . 

.. .7 14 

Wotnots . 

.. .7 12 

Colcombe Girls . 

.. .8 12 

Seaton Bowling Club. 

.. .7 10 

Red Lion A . 

...7 8 

Colcombe A. 

...8 8 


Bees Knees .9 7 

Gerrard Guzzlers .8 7 

Rousdon Ladies.8 5 

New Inn B .8 4 

New Inn A .7 3 

Thorncombe Newtops.8 2 

Ladies Division Two Pld Pts 

White Hart Wilmington A.9 12 

Gerrard A.9 12 

Cloakham A.8 10 

Tuckers Arms B.8 10 

Seaton FC .8 10 

Colcombe B.8 9 

B&Js .8 8 

Battle Axes .8 7 

Thorncombe A.7 6 

Tuckers Arms A.8 6 

Colcombe Angels.8 6 

Axe Inn Allsorts.8 6 

Red Lion Rabble .8 4 

Crewkerne & District 

Division One Pld Pts 

Super Sexy Six .8 78 

Lost Boys.8 71 

Headhunters.8 66 

Mighty Ducks .8 61 

Coachmen .8 61 

Football Club.8 55 

Rollers .8 43 

Stray Cats.8 37 

Odd Bobs.8 36 

King Willy Dogs .8 26 

Royal Oak Drimpton.8 22 

Sports 92 .8 20 

Division Two Pld Pts 

Loud & Proud .8 71 

Brewers Bees.8 65 

Skimmers.8 61 

Hillbillys .8 51 

Rugrats.8 51 

Raptors.8 49 

Pinbusters.8 48 

Muppets .8 45 

Perrott Monkeys.8 44 

Fudders.8 38 

Ugly Ducklings .8 30 

Fryers.8 23 

Division Three Pld Pts 

DBST.8 65 

Chis Colts.8 59 

Ad mir al 6.8 58 

Royal Chokers .8 55 

Rotary.8 48 

The King’s Jesters .8 47 


The Likely Lads. 

.8 

45 

Sandbaggers . 

.8 

44 

Concorde . 

.8 

41 

Beer Leg Boys. 

.8 

40 

King’s Men. 

.8 

39 

Willy Low Flyers.8 

Top Score; T.Champion (Loud & 

35 

Proud) & V.Ball (Likely Lads) both 65. 

East Devon Hunt 

Division One 

Pld 

Pts 

Culm Vale . 

.9 

14 

Blacksmiths. 

.8 

12 

Honiton Clyst. 

.7 

10 

Marvels . 

.8 

10 

Talaton. 

.8 

10 

Foxenhole . 

.8 

9 

Marsh Green . 

.7 

8 

Sutton Wanderers.... 

.9 

8 

UrArrs. 

.9 

8 

Stags . 

.9 

6 

Night Owls. 

.7 

5 

Upottery. 

.7 

4 

Auctioneers . 

.8 

4 

Sidford . 

.8 

4 

Division Two 

Pld 

Pts 

Jack’s Lads. 

.8 

12 

Latecomers . 

.8 

12 

Keepers . 

.7 

10 

A Team. 

.8 

10 

Cocks & Hens . 

.8 

10 

Zulu Warriors. 

.8 

9 

Top Cats. 

.8 

8 

Perkins Village. 

.6 

7 

Awliscombe Shoot... 

.7 

7 

Breakaways . 

.7 

6 

Brooksiders . 

.8 

3 

Tuckers Arms. 

.7 

2 

Bakers 8. 

.8 

2 

Division Three 

Pld 

Pts 

Goldtops . 

.6 

10 

Bashers . 

.5 

8 

New Inn. 

.5 

8 

Yetties . 

.5 

8 

Broadclyst . 

.7 

8 

Guys & Gals . 

.7 

8 

Alley Cats . 

.7 

6 

Cee Dee’s. 

.8 

6 

Maynards. 

.5 

4 

Axe Valley. 

.6 

4 

Here for the Beer .... 

.6 

4 

Yoyo’s . 

.7 

4 

Earth Stoppers. 

.4 

0 

Top Scores; Steve Webber 98 (Break¬ 

aways), Kevin Clark 96 (Blacksmiths), 

R.Broom (Stags) 88, T.Pettitt (Stags) 

87, Graham Pike (Foxenhole) 86. 


















































































































































































































































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tee off golf news 

Whiteout! Snow stops play at Honiton 



HONITON with John Pawley 
THREE newcomers were welcomed to the Tues¬ 
day Mixed last week, when the format was a Four 
Clubs and a Putter' Greensome. 

As so frequently happens, despite the limited 
number of clubs, there were some very re¬ 
spectable scores. 

In first place with 41 points were Jan Portlock & 
Paul Ritchie, closely followed by Sue Ritchie & Mike 
Delaney with 40. Third and fourth places were de¬ 
cided on count-back, Andrea Squire & Peter 
Clarke's 39 just edging Cathy Uttley & Rob Sexton 
into fourth. 

The Ladies held their annual Christmas Fayre last 
week. This was open to visitors and members and 
included a Coffee Morning with nine holes of golf 
before the event. 

There was terrific response from local clubs as 
well as a whole group from Cricket St Thomas 
which resulted in more than 60 visitors teeing off 
alongside the members. 

The ladies were then able to purchase a variety 
of gifts including hand-made pottery, jewellery, 
knitting, home made produce, and hampers. 

Jenny and Nick Raison donated a home made 
Christmas cake decorated with penguins on a ski 
slope which was raffled for the Lady Captain's 
charity - the Devon Freewheelers. 

Friday's Seniors turned up ready for a competi¬ 
tion where they were restricted to three clubs and 
a putter. 

Much deliberation was used in defining exactly 
which grouping of clubs suited each player before 
they arrived at their allocated tee and slot time, 
and set off. 

Around half an hour into the day and the heav¬ 
ens opened up with a deluge of snow! 


Many players were on their way into the club¬ 
house even before the horn was sounded to aban¬ 
don play. 

AXE CLIFF with Peter Motson 
THE Seniors section played their November Win¬ 
ter League match with some close results. 

In first spot were J Mant & G Cox with 34 points 
and in 2nd were D Weston & P McGuire with 33. 
Also with 33 points were P Hornsby & D Lacey in 
3rd place. J Mant scored the only 2. 

Meanwhile, the Ladies section played their final 
County Prize competition last week which in a 
stableford format. 

First place went to Helen Kenworthy with 35pts 
beating Margaret Kenchington on count back. In 
3rd place with 27 was Sandra Walker. 

The Ladies also played the first round of their 
Winter League, a 15-hole Stableford. 

It was a close competition with Jill Wellington 
pipping Pauline Willis on count back, both scoring 
an excellent 31pts. In 3rd spot was Margaret 
Kenchington with 28. 

CRICKET ST THOMAS with Bert Robinson 
THE weather interfered with the Seniors golf dur¬ 
ing the week which culminated in the second 
round of the winter league program being aban¬ 
doned on Friday due 

to snow which rendered the greens unplayable, 
much to the frustration of several teams who had 
decent scores at that stage. 

On Monday, 63 Seniors competed in a three- 
man Hassle event. 

The large field of 21 teams meant that the tee 
times were extended throughout the day which 
favoured the early starters with the rain falling 


later on. 

However, some fine scores were recorded. Phil 
Dewar's team managed to take the honours with 
a net score of 57.33, a lead of a mere 0.17 of a shot 
over George Willerton's side who finished second. 

Late starters Barrie Heath's team scored a com¬ 
mendable net 60 in the worsening weather to fin¬ 
ish in third place. 

The annual Turkey Trot was held on Wednesday 
with 50 Seniors taking part. 

There was keen competition with prizes at stake. 
The Division One competition was especially tight 


with three competitors involved in a close finish. 
Richard 

Forster was leading in the clubhouse with a 
commendable net par 70. 

Later in the day, both Chris Basterfield and Roger 
Stone returned scores of two under par 68 with 
the latter taking the honours with a better back 
nine. 

John Wallis took the honours in Division Two - 
also with two under par - with both Stuart Pope 
and Mick Aldridge scoring net par 70. 


darts colyton & district 

RESULTS (1001/Pairs 


first): Week 7: Kingfisher 
B 5(6) Royal Clarence A 
0(0); Golden Hind 2(2) Dol¬ 
phin A 3(4); Kings Arms 
1(2) Halesy's Bar A 4(5); 
Halesy's Bar B 5(6) New 
Inn 0(0); Dolphin B 3(2) 
Kingfisher A 2(4). 

Week 8: Halesy's Bar A 


3(5) Halesy's Bar B 

2(1); 

1001 pairs Tucker Cup 

Pld 

Pts 

Halesy's Bar A. 

...7 

30 

Halesy's Bar B. 

...6 

23 

Dolphin A . 

...7 

20 

Kingfisher B. 

...7 

18 

Vault A. 

...6 

17 

Kings Arms. 

...6 

17 

Golden Hind . 

...6 

16 

Kingfisher A. 

...6 

12 

Vault B. 

...6 

11 

Dolphin B . 

...4 

6 

Clarence A. 

...4 

3 

New Inn. 

...5 

2 


chard & district 

Premier Division 

Pld 

Pts 

Rejects Return. 

.3 

59 

Hobnobs . 

.3 

43 

High 4 &a Half. 

.2 

40 

Wanderers. 

.2 

24 

Happy Sharks. 

.2 

22 

BDBs. 

.2 

21 

Crusaders . 

.2 

19 

Hopefuls. 

.2 

17 


Most 180s; L.Cox, P.Lawrence 
and S. Rutter all x2, Five players 
xl 


Division One 

Pld 

Pts 

OkeyDoaks. 

.3 

36 

Pop Darts. 

.3 

33 

Nice Ricks. 

.3 

31 

Cult of Personality ,, 

.3 

29 


Dolphin A 3(3) Kings Arms 
2(3); Royal Clarence A 2(4) 
Golden Hind 3(2); Vault A 
3(5) Kingfisher B 2(1). 

Highest Finishes: 156 
Steve Hayes; 111 Max 
French (Halesy's Bar B); 
107 Paul Smith (Golden 
Hind). 

9-Dart Leg: Steve Hayes 
(Halesy's Bar B). 


Singles - Maundrill Cup Pld Pts 


Halesy's Bar A .... 

.7 

31 

Dolphin A . 

.7 

26 

Halesy's Bar B.... 

.6 

25 

Vault A. 

.6 

19 

Kingfisher A. 

.6 

18 

Kings Arms. 

.6 

18 

Kingfisher B. 

.7 

18 

Vault B. 

.6 

16 

Golden Hind . 

.6 

16 

Clarence A. 

.4 

8 

Dolphin B. 

.4 

8 

New Inn. 

.5 

7 


Pirates. 

.3 

25 

RandomTossers ... 

.2 

20 

Down's. 

.2 

19 

Pig Jockeys. 

.2 

15 

PAs. 

.1 

12 

Most 180s; S.Castle x2, six play¬ 
ers xl, 

Division Two 

Pld 

Pts 

HRT . 

.3 

38 

Madhouse Crew .... 

.3 

35 


Happy Days.3 34 

Dizzy Tarts.2 21 

The Haymaker.3 19 

Stumpy's Gang.2 15 

No skill, just lucky.1 7 

Two minute crew.1 5 

Most 180s; A.PidgeonxI 


short mat east devon league 


Evening DI 

Pld 

Pts 

Awliscombe. 

...4 

5 

Beer. 

.4 

7 

Ottery St Mary. 

...5 

5 

Sidbury . 

.3 

4 

Beer. 

...4 

4 

Colyton . 

.4 

4 

Seaton Yellow . 

...4 

1 

Upottery. 

.4 

4 




Musbury . 

.3 

2 

Afternoon D2 

Pld 

Pts 

Seaton . 

.3 

2 

Combe St Nicholas B 

...5 

7 

Sidbury Whites .. 

.3 

1 

St Teresa’s . 

...4 

6 




SidfordBlue . 

...4 

5 

Evening D2 

Pld 

Pts 

Chard. 

...5 

4 

West Hill . 

.5 

8 

Seaton Blue. 

...4 

4 

Uffculme . 

.4 

7 

Lyme Regis . 

...4 

0 

Awliscombe. 

.4 

4 




Sidbury Reds .... 

.4 

3 

Afternoon D3 

Pld 

Pts 

Ottery St Mary ... 

.3 

1 

HemyockB . 

...4 

6 

Colyton B . 

.4 

1 

Seaton Green. 

...4 

6 




Combe St Nicholas A 

...5 

5 

Afternoon DI 

Pld 

Pts 

Colyton B . 

...5 

4 

Upottery. 

.4 

6 

Musbury . 

...4 

4 

Colyton . 

.5 

5 

Sidford White . 

...4 

1 


jack high bowls round-up 

Symes signs off after a decade 



CREWKERNE SMBC 

with Gordon Bodily 
MONDAY, November 7th; our visi¬ 
tors were 10 members from MAR- 
TOCK smbc for a mixed friendly. 

Scores; David Charnick, Kathy 
Bonney & Sid Crisp 7-9. Gwen 
Saunders, Tricia Harris & Bill Green 
10-8. Mikki Simonds, John Lacey & 
Stuart Gould 16-6. Pat Crisp, John 
Lacey & Julia Davies 19-1. Brian 
Careford, Sally Macleud & Gordon 
Bodily 21-2. 

Final score Crewkerne 80 Mar- 
tock 32. 

ILMINSTER with Des Maull 
ILMINSTER Ladies took on MINE- 
HEAD on Saturday in the National 
Yetton Trophy. 

After a very competitive match 
llminster ran out winners by 67- 
65. 

Details: Home, Margaret Evans, 
Sylvia Read, Sue Spurway & Dot 
Whelan 15 E Amery 16; Myra 
Childs, Heather Sims, Alison Atyeo 
& Ann Truscott 24 P Morgan 10. 

Away, Sarah Lightfoot, Norma 
Pugh, Maureen Mitchell & Monica 
Woodland 15 H Ralmsley 20; Val 
Dargue, Anthea Hall, Christine 
Davies & June Checketts 13 M 
Freeman 19. 

CHARD SMBC with Janet Bodily 
ON October 29th the club played 
the Annual ‘Battle of The Sexes’ 
match. 

Scores; David Wilkinson, Rodney 
Robinson & Ron Genge 15 Linda 
O'Hara, Margaret Flynn & Jenny 
Cornelius 5. Roy Vaux, Terry O'Hara 
& Dave Angold 14. Beryl Genge, A 
Robinson & Dot Ducker 8. David 
Wlikinson, Bob Eeles & Rodney 
Robinson 4. Hilary Angold, Gillian 
Leighton & Glen Milner 13. Vic 
Barnard, Dave Angold & Stan 
Ducker 11. Jean Peacock, Sheila 
Tinley & Hilary Angold 44-35. 

Milford & Dormor Mixed Triples 

Thursday, November 3rd ; Hurri¬ 
canes 17 Harlequins 9, Robins 3 
Musbury 27, Greyhounds 17 Ca¬ 
naries 9. 

Thursday, November 10th ; Mus¬ 
bury 20 Canaries 6, Trull 16 


Harlequins 8 , Greyhounds 16 
Robins 9. 

HONITON with Julie Grant 
LAST weekend the club held the 
annual SILVER JUBILEE TROPHY 
MIXED FOURS Tournament. 

The victors over seven other 
teams were Wally Heard, Judith 
Broom, Joan Heard & Malcolm 
Seaborne. 

In the mixed friendly Honiton had 
an outstanding 116-40 win over 
OTTERY ST MARY with a magnifi¬ 
cent top rink of Carol Armitage, 
Fred Dart, Tilly Tillier & Bill Nicholls 
scoring 50-5. 

In the friendlies against SID- 
MOUTH the ladies lost 46-47, top 
rink (18-9) were Julia Locke, Rosa 
Sennitt, Carol Armitage & Maureen 
Parsons. The men won 49-48 
with a top triple of Richard Bland, 
Tony Williams & Bill Nicholls 27-10. 

in the Yetton Plate the Ladies 
lost by three to ISCA, the only win¬ 
ning rink were Rosemary Hirons, 
Sharon Kenny, Rita Barwick & 
Shirley Hiscocks 26-11. 

AXMINSTER with David Harris 
AXMINSTER have won both their 
recent home mixed friendly 
matches. 

Firstly, 70-38 at home against 
SEVERALLS with wins on all rinks; 


Pam Hunter, Margaret Brown, John 
Hill & Alison Glyde (31-11), Jean 
Kesterton, Francis Sell, David Har¬ 
ris & Brian Clark (22-14) and Mor¬ 
rison Brown, Gill Campbell, Ann 
Clayton & Budgie Hallowes (17-13). 

Next up EXONIA were defeated 
80-52 with wins for Anne Burn, 
Phil White, David Harris & Les Clark 
(32-11) and Malcolm Denslow, 
Margaret Brown, Marion Harris & 
George Mabon (29-18). 

The Ladies lost their recent 
friendly 30-48 at BUDLEIGH- 
SALTERTON. 

George Mabon's Vice-Presi¬ 
dents team enjoyed another suc¬ 
cess when they helped Devon VPs 
beat their Somerset counterparts 
129-98. 

SOUTH PETHERTON 

with Bob Dickie 

THE club held the annual Presen¬ 
tation night at the llminster Bowl¬ 
ing & Tennis Club on Saturday. All 
the winners and runners up are in¬ 
cluded in the photo. 

The evening was organised by 
Laurence Symes who has now 
completed his 10 th and final year 
as Club Captain. 

Presentation of the awards were 
made by Club President Rex Cor¬ 
bet. The winners and runners were 
as follows: 


3 Wood Pairs - Winners: Gerald 
Meecham & Norman Pipe, runners 
up: Geraldine McSweeney & Roger 
Neve. 

Ladies 2 Wood - Winner Di 
Lester, runner up: Shirley Faring- 
ton. 

Mens 2 Wood -Winner: John 
Moon, runner up: Joe Bartlett. 

Mixed Pairs - Winners: Di Lester 
& Ryan Seers, runners up: Liam 
McSweeney & Don Reed. 

Non-Winners Plate - Winner: 
Graham Whittle, runner up: Joe 
Bartlett. 

Mixed Handicap Singles - Win¬ 
ner: Liam McSweeney, runner up: 
Peter Mott ram. 

Ladies 4 Wood Singles - Winner: 
Sue Boer, runner up: Eileen 
Beckey. 

Mens 4 Wood Singles - Winner: 
Peter Mottram, runner up: John 
Berry. 

Week Day Umbrella - Winner: 
Graham Whittle. 

Final Day Pairs - Winners: Bill 
McSweeney & Joan Jones, runners 
up: Phil Jones & Sandra Dickie. 

Reynard Smith Triples League - 
Winners: Peter Mottram, Bill Mc- 
Seeney, Bob Dickie, Sue Donovan, 
Don Reid. Runners Up: Derek 
Chant, Gerry McSweeney, Liam 
McSweeney, Gerald Meecham, 
Tony Farrington. 


crib round-up 

HONITON 

RESULTS; Blacksmith 
Arms 7 Feniton Soc A 1, 
Honiton Inn B 2 Thirsty 
Farmer 6, New Fountain 
8 Honiton Inn A 0, Vine 
Inn A 2 Workingmens A 
6, Workingmens B 2 Vine 
Inn B 6. 

Captains Cup; Audrey 
Hawkins 0 Lorraine 
White 1, Julie Davis 0 
Hedley Hawkins 1, Li¬ 
onel Hawkins 0 Mike 
Dent 1, Rita Freemantle 1 
Brenda Flood 0, Steve 
Pettitt 1 Julie Bath 0. 

Fixtures (Nov 24 th); 
Feniton Soc A v Black¬ 
smith Arms, Honiton Inn 
A v New Fountain, 
Thirsty Farmer v Honiton 
Inn B ,Vine Inn B v Work¬ 
ingmens B, Working¬ 
mens A v Vine Inn A. 


Table Pld Pts 

Blacksmiths Arms.10 48 

New Fountain .10 47 

Workingmens A.10 46 

Vine Inn B.10 46 

Workingmens B.10 40 

Feniton Social B .10 39 

Honiton Inn B .10 36 

Vine Inn A.10 36 

Feniton Social A .10 36 

Thirsty Farmer.10 34 

Honiton Inn A .10 32 

Captain’s Cup Pld Pts 

L. Hawkins.10 9 

H .Hawkins.10 7 

L .White .10 6 

J.Davis.10 5 

M. Dent .10 5 

M.Pendrick .10 5 

R. Freemantle.10 5 

B.Flood .10 4 

S. Pettitt .10 3 

A.Hawkins.10 3 

J.Bath.10 3 


LYME REGIS 
Results (November 14th)', 
Stepps 1 Nags Head 4, 
Dolphin 2 Charlie’s Angels 
3, Ship Inn LR 3 New Inn 
Kilm A 2, New Inn Kilm B 

1 Gerrard Arms 4, Ax Con 
Club 2 Talbot Arms 3. 
Beer League; Stepps 2 
Nags Head 1, Dolphin 0 
Charlie’s Angels 3, Ship 
Inn LR 3 New Inn Kilm A 
0, New Inn Kilm B 3 Ger¬ 
rard Arms 0, Ax Con Club 

2 Talbot Arms 1. 

Fixtures (Nov 28th); New 
Inn Kilm A v Charlie’s An¬ 
gels, Nags Head LR v Ship 
Inn, Stepps v Dolphin, Tal¬ 
bot Arms v Lamb Swans, 
Gerrard Arms v Ax Con 
Club. 


Table Pld Pts 

Nags Head, LR .10 33 

Gerrard Arms.10 28 

Talbot Arms, Uplyme ...10 28 

Dolphin, Beer .10 26 

Lamb Swans .10 25 

New Inn Kilm A .10 24 

Axminster Con Club ... .10 24 

Stepps .10 24 

Ship Inn, LR .9 23 

Charlie’s Angels .10 22 

New Inn Kilm B .9 13 

Beer League Pld Pts 

Nags Head, LR .10 19 

New Inn Kilm B .9 18 

Charlie’s Angels .10 18 

Lamb Swans .10 15 

Ship Inn, LR .9 15 

Stepps .10 14 

Gerrard Arms.10 14 

Talbot Arms, Uplyme ...10 14 

Axminster Con Club ... .10 12 

Dolphin, Beer .10 12 

New Inn Kilm A .10 11 


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