Budleigh business wins magazine’s backing and other news

PUBLISHED: 07:00 17 May 2013

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A small business owner from Budleigh is celebrating after receiving recognition from a major magazine. Read this and more.

HOME APPROVED: Plans to build a new home with car port in Colaton Raleigh have been approved by East Devon District Council.

Numerous objections to the scheme, for land to the rear of Little Holt in Church Road, had been raised by members of the public, and concern was raised by the parish council over access.

However, EDDC planning officers ruled that the project could go ahead, with district councillors Ray Bloxham supporting their views.

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BUSINESS SUCCESS: A small business owner from Budleigh is celebrating after receiving recognition from a major magazine.

Rebecca Davis, who runs Devondaisy, was thrilled to see her windbreaks chosen as the best in the business by Coast magazine.

She said: “To come out as the best of the bunch endorses all the time and energy I have put into the business. It goes to show that small, local businesses can compete with the bigger players.”

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TEA DANCE: Budleigh residents are being invited to get their dancing shoes on to raise money for Children’s Hospice South West.

A tea dance, organised by the charity’s East of Exe friends group, is taking place at the Public Hall during Budleigh Gala Week, on May 28 between 2pm and 4.30pm.

Tickets cost £5, including tea and homemade cake.

For more details call Sue Parker on 07791 409430.


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