Budleigh group appeal for workmate and more news

Budleigh Salterton’s Messy Church has appealed for workmate. Read this and more news

NO LONGER USED: If you have a Black and Decker workmate you no longer use, Budleigh Salterton’s Messy Church is happy to give it a new home.

The youngsters attending the sessions take part in a host of crafts and activities, but the boys have requested more masculine interests.

Messy Church spokesman Sally Rogers said: “If anyone who no longer does, or is able to do, DIY and has a workmate at the back of their garage gathering dust, it would find a good home with Messy Church.”

The Messy Church is at The Peter Hall, St Peter’s Church, 3.30pm to 5.30pm, every second Thursday of the month.


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If you can help with a Workmate, contact Sally Rogers on (01395) 446304.

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BOWLING SESSIONS: Budleigh Salterton Games Club is giving people the chance to try their hand at playing bowls this month.

The club is opening its doors, in Cricketfield Lane, on Saturday, October 15, and again on Wednesday, October 19, from 10am until noon.

No experience is necessary and all equipment will be provided.

Anyone going along is asked to turn up wearing flat shoes.

For more information, telephone 07952 784166.

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BACKED: An application to prune trees at a home at 1 Bedlands Lane has won the support of Budleigh Salterton Town Council.

The plan to thin the crown and remove lower branches of a copper beech, reduce the height of a red oak and prune a pair of oaks will go before the district council, where a final decision will be made. The town council said it had not received any letters of objection when the agenda was prepared.

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BINGO: Budleigh Salterton Lions Club is holding a cash bingo session on Wednesday, October 19, at the Public Hall, in Station Road.

Doors open at 6.30pm, eyes down at 7.30pm.

The event is being held in aid of the Shandford Comfort Fund.

Entry is �1 for 10 games and two flyers.

There will also be a raffle and refreshments.

All are welcome.

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SUPPORTED: An application to reconstruct a sunroom on a home at 8 Moor Lane has won the support of Budleigh Salterton Town Council.

Councillor Tom Wright said the plans would ‘greatly improve’ the current ‘dilapidated’ structure.

The application will go before East Devon District Council for a final decision.

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THERAPEUTIC SOUNDS: Budleigh Salterton’s Fairlynch Museum is holding a talk on Monday, October 17, on the craft of sounding bowls.

Devon-based craftsman Tobias Kaye will reveal how the combined fine-turned object and musical instrument can be used therapeutically.

The talk will be held in The Peter Hall at 7.30pm.

Doors open and refreshments will be served from 7pm.

Admission is �2, or �3 for non-members. All are welcome.

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