Police appeal after wall damaged in Lympstone and other news
07:00 08 October 2012
(c) Ryan McVay
Police are keen to learn how a boundary wall in Lympstone became damaged. Read this and more.
DAMAGE APPEAL: Police are keen to learn how a boundary wall in Lympstone became damaged.
Officers said the boundary wall surrounding the property in Courtlands Lane suffered damage on Friday, September 21.
Police community support officer Sarah Trayhurn said the damage could have been caused by a large vehicle.
She said: “This was possibly damaged by a high-sided vehicle or agricultural vehicle due to the height where the damage occurred.”
Anyone who has information about the damage is asked to make contact with PCSO Trayhurn on the police non-emergency number 101, quoting log 520 of the 21/09/12.
VILLAGE YOGA: A series of yoga classes is being run at Lympstone Village Hall.
The Hatha yoga classes, which are open to all abilities, take place every Thursday between 6.30pm and 7.30pm, costing £5 per class.
For more information call 01392 210223 or just turn up on the night.
SMILE WITH CONFIDENCE: Health chiefs have launched a website to promote the importance of having healthy teeth.
The launch comes after the release of figures that show more than 500 children were referred to the Northern Devon NHS Trust in the last year for tooth extractions under general anaesthetic, mainly due to decay.
The public can find an NHS dentist and access information about treatment available, dealing with toothache, getting help with costs and much more.
Visitors can find out more about the dental access centre at Exmouth,
Go to www.healthyteethdevon.nhs.uk
BRIXINGTON EXTENSION: Plans to extend a Brixington home have been approved by East Devon District Council.
The plan for 103 St Johns Road is for a single-storey extension and detached garage.
search for members: Exmouth Stamp Club is looking for new members.
The club meets on the first and third Thursdays of every month at 7.30pm, except in August and over Christmas, at Bastin Hall.
BUSINESS CHAMPS: The hunt is on for the best business in Devon.
The Federation of Small Businesses and Streamline launch the competition with area finalists selected to go through to a national final in April 2013.
The winners could get £5,000.
Go to: http://www.fsbstreamlineawards.co.uk/.