Monthly Archives: September 2018

Book Buzz.

Reading has always been a source of huge pleasure to me. From a very early age I devoured books, admittedly helped by parents who both saw reading as one of life’s greatest pleasures. My father encouraged my love of poetry … Continue reading

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Adopters in North Devon have a choice.

Local Charity reminds potential adopters that adoption is all they do. Latest figures show that the number of children waiting for adoption continues to rise in the UK. Local, specialist adoption agency and charity Families for Children are reminding potential … Continue reading

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The bus stops here.

Is it better by bus? Do you travel on buses? Many a village has no bus at all, so those who can use buses are lucky. But are you satisfied with the bus service? How are the bus stops (bus … Continue reading

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‘Art Trek’ venues, 14th – 30th September.


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Shipping notes No. 161 (11th – 31st August).

Bideford Quay. No cargoes since last issue. Captain Hoad, the pilot since 1999, has officially retired and Capt Davis is now the pilot for the Rivers Torridge and Taw. Appledore. LE George Bernard Shaw is due for delivery to the … Continue reading

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