Company says sorry to Clyst St Mary for rogue worker

A ROGUE employee put up unauthorised advertisement signs near Clyst St Mary, said Living Heritage Events.

A ROGUE employee put up unauthorised advertisement signs near Clyst St Mary, said Living Heritage Events.

One of East Devon District Council's Planning Enforcement Officers spotted the signs along the A3052 between Sidmouth and Clyst St Mary.

After contacting the company whose events were advertised, Living Heritage Events, they have now said the signs were put up by a "rogue employee".

The company has offered an unreserved apology to East Devon District Council and to landowners.


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The district council said they were unwitting victims of a rogue employee who took it upon himself to erect the signs incorrectly and without instructions or authorisation.

Living Heritage Events has no plans to return to the East Devon area.

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