North Devon Gazette
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Dogs Trust reveals the shocking, lazy and farcical excuses used by people dumping their pets in the last 12 months
A Good Samaritan touched by the plight of people suffering with Alzheimer’s disease has spoken about why she set up the Exmouth Cares charity shop.
Village landlords to provide some warming refreshment at Charmouth’s annual swim.
Smuggler sportive organisers announce dates for next year’s pedal-pounding ride
The Point Bar and Grill at Exmouth Marina put on a three-course meal to raise funds for the RNLI crew volunteers.
A community village pub is set to reopen its doors - after a Budleigh Salterton publican stepped in and bought it.
Officers will be on patrol throughout December
Good Samaritans from Exmouth will miss Christmas with their families to help feed refugees who have fled war-torn countries.
Traffic is moving slowly through Barnstaple town centre this morning (Tuesday) following a crash at the TA centre roundabout between Eastern Avenue and Alexandra Road.
The Masons Arms in Branscombe has claimed fifth spot in a national newspaper poll.
Exmouth RFC demolished visitors Old Centralians in an impressive 64-3 victory in testing conditions at the Imperial Ground.
The Devon and Cornwall area got the new British point-to-point season under way at Black Forest Lodge on the final Sunday of November in blustery, but dry conditions, writes Granville Taylor.
There was a full programme of Honiton Netball League Division One action last week, writes Graham Ingram.
Honiton Running Club had a great turn out at last Sunday’s Bicton Blister organised by Exmouth Harriers, writes Judy Davey.
Seaton Tennis Club’s Emma Hurst has been selected to represent Great Britain in the Master U BNP Paribas tournament, the world event of university tennis in Rennes, France next week, writes Belinda Bawden.
Colyton Grammar School’s netball teams have had a good start to their netball season by winning through to the County finals in all age groups.
The annual presentation of trophies followed the AGM on Saturday evening at Devon and Somerset Gliding Club, writes Jill Harmer.
Feniton stay second in the Fresha League Premier Division after a single goal Acland Park success over Seaton Town.
Seaton snooker player Darran Lock was involved in the southern qualifying tournament for the English Six-Reds Snooker Championship.
The Axe Cliff men’s section played their third round of the Winter League competition last week, writes Peter Motson.
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