Former MP to talk in Seaton and other news

PUBLISHED: 11:00 19 September 2018 | UPDATED: 09:35 21 September 2018

Ann Widdecombe will be giving a talk in Seaton. Ref sho 28 18TI 7786. Picture: Terry Ife

Ann Widdecombe will be giving a talk in Seaton. Ref sho 28 18TI 7786. Picture: Terry Ife


Ann Widdecombe, Beehive AGM, classic tractors and award for school

Former Tory MP Ann Widdecombe will be visiting Seaton Library on Monday, November 12, at 3pm, to give a talk entitled ‘Life and Times’. Tickets will be £6 each to include tea and homemade cakes, £5 to the Friends of Seaton Library (FoSL) members. There will be only 30 tickets available.


Honiton Community Complex (The Beehive) will be holding its AGM on Tuesday, October 23, at 7.30pm, at The Beehive, Dowell Street, Honiton EX14 1LZ. Members and non-members are welcome to attend.


Honiton Community College has achieved the School Games Silver Mark Award for the 2017/18 academic year. The School Games Mark is a Government-led award scheme launched in 2012, facilitated by the Youth Sport Trust to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community.


A classic tractor working weekend will be held to raise money for Hospiscare’s Kings House hospice in Honiton. The event take place at Kings Down Farm (EX10 0PD) on September 29 and 30, starting from 10am to 4.30pm on both days. Entry is free, donations welcomed. For more, call Richard on 07866003493.


A section of the B3180 close to the Halfway House near Aylesbeare, is closed for essential drainage repairs.

The road is closed for up to 10 days (from September 17) while improvement work is carried out between the turn off to Aylebeare to an area near Aylesbeare Common Business Park.

Motorists will still be able to reach West Hill from Daisymount roundabout and anyone travelling to Aylesbeare will be able to access the junction at Halfway House.

A signed diversion route will be in place.

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