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"Sidmouth Town Council has a positive commitment to the town and people of the Sid Valley, together with its commercial and tourism industry"
Beautiful gardens and leisurely walks, regency history and fine hotels, clean beaches and friendly shops.... it's all here in this lovely seaside town that nestles beneath majestic red cliffs and the green hills of the glorious Sid Valley.
Free Sidmouth Hopper Bus Service 2015
The Sidmouth Hopper Bus Service is running again for the summer (Thursday 21 May to 30 September, excluding Folk Week July 31 to August 7) offering an hourly free service with a route covering the town and Esplanade and extending from Peak Hill to Salcombe Hill.
With the Town Council’s lead sponsorship, sponsorship from Sidmouth businesses, the Archant Group, and the Sid Vale Association’s Keith Owen Fund, the service is entirely funded locally.
Red Arrows Coming Back to Sidmouth
At their meeting of April 13 Sidmouth Town Councillors unanimously agreed to underwrite the £15,000 cost of bringing the Red Arrows back to Sidmouth - display date now confirmed as
Friday August 21 2015 at 6.30pm
Christmas Gift for Young People
Photo courtesy of Archant South West
Sidmouth Town Council has stepped in to re-open the Sidmouth Youth Centre in Manstone after it closed in September. The Council recently set up a Working Group to urgently look at the provision of a service in Sidmouth. As a result, it has now decided to commission a new Youth Service and is working hard with provider Young Devon to initially run three evenings a week in a similar way to the previous County Council service. It is hoped the new service will be up and running in January and offer young people a range of activities, interests and support as before.
Chairman of the Council, Councillor John Hollick commented: “I am really very pleased that the Council has agreed to this proposal and it’s a sign of just how much the Council values the young people of the valley.”
The Town Council has decided to maintain the Youth Provision Working Group to examine ways to help develop the new service. This will include consultation with individual youngsters, leaders, volunteers and organisations. The Council hopes to include as many previous volunteers and workers as possible in the new service.
Bulb Planting at Sidmouth Town Council
Sidmouth Town Council supporting the Valley of a Million Bulbs project. On the morning of Saturday 15th November Councillors planted 2500 bulbs in the grounds of Woolcombe House.
Five months later - Woolcombe House garden April 2015
Visit our official Sidmouth tourism website and search for accommodation and holiday information. Whether you're looking for a place to stay or looking for a place to eat as well as information on what's happening in and around Sidmouth throughout the year.
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