Exmouth's Top Five: Your Weekly Nub News Roundup

  Posted: 13.09.20 at 12:52 by Joseph Bulmer

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There have been some interesting stories in Exmouth this week, we revealed why a two-seater Spitfire has been seen flying over the town and found out more about Paul Holden and his 100 mile cycling challenge in aid of Hospiscare.

Here at Exmouth Nub News we like to make your life easier so if you’ve missed any news this week don’t worry.

We have you covered with five of the best stories right here:

1. WATCH: Why a Spitfire has been seen flying over Exmouth

An iconic WWII Spitfire has been seen flying over Exmouth over the last week or so leaving many people to ask where it came from.

Nub News has tracked down the aircraft's owners, Boultbee Flight Academy and discovered that 30 minute and 55 minute Spitfire flights are currently being offered from Exeter Airport.

Read more here.

2. Bike ride to raise £1000 for local hospice after caring for well-known Exmouth man

Paul Holden, who lives in Exeter but whose family hail from Exmouth, has answered the call from local charity Hospiscare and hopped on his bike to cycle 100 miles – raising almost £1000 in the process.

Read more here.

3. Exmouth residents asked to stay away from nature reserve

As the Summer begins to mellow and the winds begin to change we find ourselves at the beginning of a spectacular time of year for wildlife on the internationally important Exe Estuary.

Read more here.

4. Police call off search for missing woman Julia Williams - last seen in Budleigh Salterton

Police officers searching for missing woman Julia Williams, who was last seen in Budleigh Salterton, have found her car but without 'active leads' the search has been called off.

Read more here.

5. Warning issued to River Exe shellfish pickers of potential health risks

A warning has been issues to shellfish pickers in the River Teign and Exe over the health risks and the importance of sticking to the areas where it is permitted.

Read more here.

Visitors to Woodbury Common near Exmouth, and the wider East Devon Pebblebed Heaths (EDPH), now have until the end of September to submit favourite ph...
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