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From Tuesday, 28/Apr/2015 onwards
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WHEN I first saw a photograph of the little girl who was to become my daughter, she leapt straight into my heart.
I SEEM to have upset at least two people very much, one of them said that it was difficult to understand.
YOUR correspondent Rodney Smith’s letter (Times, May 6) was difficult to understand.
SO, Cllr Kevin Ball has received ‘several’ complaints over the colour of the bridge? I guess that is because it doesn’t suit another’s taste and is the only reason why this discussion is happening? I wish people and councillors in particular would get a grip sometimes and concentrate on more important things.
THERE is no doubt the ongoing furore about the Devon and Cornwall railways was caused by the major storm damage a couple of years ago to the railway line at Dawlish.
THE British Heart Foundation (BHF) is urging people in Devon to take to the skies and fight back against the single biggest killer in the UK.
AS president as the Okehampton Rotary Club, I should like to thank everyone who attended our recent May Fair in Simmons Park.
COELIAC UK is the national charity for people with coeliac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis.
THE Rotary Club of Yelverton was lucky to be granted a licence to collect in support of those affected by the earthquake in Nepal at the Parade Shops, Yelverton, on May 1.
THE fundraising team from Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW), local charity partner for the recent Plymouth Half Marathon, would like to thank everyone who ran the Plymouth Half Marathon on April 19 in aid of the children’s charity.
ON behalf of The Children’s Trust, I would like to make an urgent appeal to running enthusiasts, who would like to take part in the Great North Run 2015 on Sunday, September 13.
WHILE enjoying our day out at the May Fair in Okehampton, my five-year-old son had fun on the large unflatable slide.
THE Fatherford Bridge is a monstrous eyesore completely out of keeping with its environment, its main problems being design and colour.
I WAS sitting in my room reading at about midday yesterday, waiting for a cake to finish cooking, when everything began to shake.
HAVING recently spent a few days in the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital (Wonford), I would like to say that my treatment throughout has been first class.
THE Royal British Legion, Tavistock Branch, will be holding a short service of remembrance at the town’s War Memorial on Friday, May 8 at 11am, on the 70th anniversary of VE Day.
I THOROUGHLY enjoyed Mr Sherell’s skit again this week.
Something to sell?
Do you like an early summer?