Littleham residents set to meet and more news
Littleham Residents’ Association is holding its annual general meeting. Read this and more news.
DENIES NUISANCE CALLS: A man accused of making nuisance phone calls and obscene gestures to an Exmouth woman was in Exeter Crown Court last week.
Nigel Hadley, 56, of Popham Close, Tiverton, denied breaching a two-year restraining order made in February 2010, banning him from having any contact with his former partner.
He pleaded not guilty to making a series of silent and nuisance telephone calls and also obscene gestures.
Hadley was released on bail on the condition he does not contact the complainant, or her partner, and does not visit her place of work or home.
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He was also banned from entering certain roads in Exmouth, as part of his bail conditions.
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RESIDENTS’ MEETING: Littleham Residents’ Association is holding its annual general meeting.
It takes place at the Bidmead Centre next Wednesday, October 26, at 7.30pm.
The meeting will see a discussion on issues affecting Littleham, including problems with roads and pavements and changes to refuse collection.
All Littleham residents are welcome to attend.