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AT the end of their careers as Okehampton Rugby Club Colts, congratulations are in order on a totally remarkable season during which they were unbeaten.
HOW lucky Okehampton Rotary Club were to have such a sunny day on a bank holiday weekend.
IN response to the letter (‘Recycling collections’, May 9), we understand the frustration caused by what appears to be a simple solution to the sorting of recyclables.
CONGRATULATIONS to Okehampton Town Council who have seen sense and balance and taken the commonsense notion that three supermarkets is adequate for a town the size of Okehampton.
PLEASE help this disabled 92-year-old fellow with regard to recycling and his out of date desire to assist rubbish collectors.
WHILST serving Okehampton East as a West Devon Borough Councillor, I became concerned about members who were on two or more councils — ie, town and borough, or county, and in some cases all three.
FARMERS and all cattle lovers who attend the summer shows at Chagford and Okehampton, or elsewhere, may be interested to know that there is a possibility of some milking cows having a change of name(s) in the future.
I’VE come to the decision that I must stop reading Mel Stride’s benchmark column.
OUR local elections are held today (Thursday) and this is our one chance in four years to hold our elected representatives to account.
THERE is no compelling reason for a fourth major supermarket in Okehampton.
IN a week where Tesco has announced it is having to pull out of North America and supermarkets generally are weathering the horseburgers storm, it’s worth bringing some steady thinking to the debate around the planning issues surrounding the proposed new Tesco store in Okehampton.
Sir Ray Tindle
Something to sell?