May 23 2013 Latest news:
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Police are offering those living in rural areas free property marking. Read this and more.
FUNDRAISER: If you buy a raffle ticket to raise money for Woodbury village hall you could be in with a chance of winning £100.
The tickets are now on sale and the draws will be held in May, September and December, with four cash prizes, ranging from £10 to £100. All profits will fund the maintenance and improvements of the hall. For tickets, or more information, call Tim Green on 01395 232605.
MARK YOUR PROPERTY: Police are offering those living in rural areas free property marking.
Officers will mark items with your postcode in a bid to deter thieves. Exmouth police recommend people take photographs of valuable items, such as jewellery, which can help identify the rightful owner of the property if it is stolen. Make a note of any distinguishing marks or serial numbers. High-value property can be registered, for free, at www.immobilise.com For more information, call PCSO Sarah Trayhurn, at Exmouth, on 101.
CONFIRMATION: There will be a confirmation at Exmouth’s Holy Trinity Church later this year and those interested in being confirmed are asked to get in touch. The confirmation takes place at 4pm, on Sunday, May 5, and classes will be arranged in preparation for the event. For more details, or to register, call the parish office on 01395 272239.
TRADITIONAL MEAL: A full English breakfast will be served at Woodbury village hall on March 23, in aid of charity Force. The Devon Big Breakfast event is from 8am until 11.30am. Tickets are £5 for an adult full breakfast. Tickets can be bought on the door.