Letters in brief
I was in the marines and, to quit smoking, my buddies and I purchased those new Crown7 electric cigarettes and they actually worked.
I was in the marines and, to quit smoking, my buddies and I purchased those new Crown7 electric cigarettes and they actually worked. We were all off smokes within two weeks. Best way to quit, if you ask me! Jake Donnely, (via email).
On March 8, by mistake, we left a bag in a hospital corner bus shelter. Several hours later, we collected it from Exmouth Bus Station. The bag contained papers for a London meeting the following day. A member of the public had given it to a bus driver who, in turn, took it to Exmouth Bus Station. To these two kind and thoughtful unknown people, we say a very large and sincere thank you.
Roma and Vernon Patten, (via email).
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At our recent collection at Tesco in Salterton Road, the total collected over two days was �1,214.72 for Children's Hospice SW. Thank you to Tesco for allowing us to collect outside their store. And a huge thank you to the people of Exmouth and Budleigh Salterton for their generosity. Thank you also to all our collectors. Maybe a special mention ought to be made of the Lympstone WI who seemed to volunteer en masse to collect for us!
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- 2 Exmouth deliver outstanding display in local derby
- 3 Tax changes to attract shipping companies to UK
- 4 Lifeboat crew rescue kitesurfing girl
- 5 Exmouth 2nds return to action with a win
- 6 Voluntary sector shows again how it responds quickly
- 7 Sound move to join singing group
- 8 Plenty of evidence why Devon won't give up the ghost
- 9 Property of the Week: Fortfield Terrace, Sidmouth
- 10 The upcoming annual Budget and how it might help those struggling this winter
Julia Kinnish, 73 Norman Crescent, Budleigh Salterton.