Garage demolition plans approved in Budleigh and more news

District planners have approved plans to demolish a garage at the Long Range Hotel. Read this and more.

BABY BOOST: County chiefs have given a �150 cash boost to the mother and toddler group and Budleigh Salterton Library. The money will pay for equipment.

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HOTEL EXTENSION: District planners have approved plans to demolish a garage at the Long Range Hotel, Vales Road, and for the building of a two-storey extension to provide accomodation for the owners.

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COASTGUARD PLANS APPEAL: The owner of 15 Coastguard Road is lodging a bid to overturn a decision not to allow the building of three new homes. East Devon planners refused plans to demolish the existing property to make way for the development in September because of concerns about over-development, the modern design and the privacy of neighbours.

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JUBILEE MUGS: Every child in Otterton will receive a Jubilee mug. The parish council is commissioning a batch of unique mugs to commemorate the occasion.

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CONVERSION: Plans to convert a garage into a bedroom at 34 Stoneborough Lane have been approved by district planners.

The plans include the addition of a new pitched roof and an en-suite shower.

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MENINGITIS KITS: Lloyds Pharmacy has donated meningitis kits to St Peter’s School.

Acting head teacher Malcolm Elliott said: “The kits are not recommended by Devon County Council and there is no epidemic.

“If parents would like a kit to keep at home, then please feel free to take one. The kits will be in box in the foyer/entrance to the school.”

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FIREWORKS TRIUMPH: Pinewood Nursing Home raised �602.05 for charity, following a firework display last week. Hundreds turned out to the event, which raised money for the Budleigh Lions Club.

Guests were tranported from the Public Hall to the event by a mini-bus, laid on by the home’s director and Lions member Phillip Sadeghi. A total of �120.40 was raised from a barbecue and �481.65 from collections.

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HEATHLAND FENCES: Clinton Devon Estates has been planning new fences and gates on their land on the East Devon Pebblebed Heaths over the last few years.

The plans, if given the go ahead by the planning inspectorate, will see introduction of Red Devon cattle.

The public can see the proposals in Budleigh Salterton Library up until December 9.

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PLAN : Alterations and an extension at 10 Little Knowle have been approved.

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