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Date: 07.08.2018
Time: 15:07
Location: Lane to Knowle Farm, Colyton

Fire appliances from Colyton and Honiton were mobilised to a report of a vehicle on fire at the above location.
Colyton fire appliances reported one all terrain vehicle well alight and set to work with 2 hose reel jets to extinguish the fire.  Honiton crews were not required and returned on route.  The vehicle was severely damaged by fire.  The cause was accidental.   

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Tour of Britain is just the ticket

By Hannah Corfield

17th Sep 2021 | Local News

Posted on: 2 August 2018

A keen cyclist from Clyst Honiton in East Devon, has won two VIP tickets to this year's Devon Stage of the Tour of Britain on Monday 3 September.

Lyn Hill of Clyst Honiton won the tickets after visiting Devon County Council's stand at the Devon County Show earlier this year and entering a photo competition.

Entrants were asked to post a Tour of Britain-themed photo on social media.

Lyn was presented with the tickets by Councillor Stuart Hughes, Devon County Council's Cabinet Member with responsibility for cycling, outside the Young Hayes Centre in Cranbrook – this year's stage start line.

Starting in Cranbrook, East Devon, the race covers 174km (108miles) of stunning countryside across East Devon, Mid Devon and North Devon before finishing in the historic estuary town of Barnstaple.

Lyn and John Hill have chosen to watch the event at Barnstaple, this year's finish line.

Lyn said: "I'm a big cycling fan and we are really looking forward to it.

"Originally I was planning to cycle to Barnstaple and follow the route – but given that it's 100miles long it occurred to me if I did that I would probably be a bit too tired to enjoy the event itself!"

Councillor Hughes said: "Congratulations to Lyn for winning the competition. This

year is going to be another fantastic Devon stage. It's one of the few national sporting events people can watch live for free. Don't miss it!".



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Date: 06.08.2018
Time: 09:28
Location: A30 Daisymount to Pattesons Cross

Two fire appliances from Middlemoor and Ottery St Mary along with the water bowser from Danes Castle were mobilised to a report of a lorry on fire in a layby on the A30 between Daisymount and Pattesons Cross.
 Upon arrival crews confirmed a small fire in the cab caused by a blown engine.  Crews used one hose reel jet and a thermal imaging camera to extinguish the fire.
The cause of the fire was accidental.  

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Garden Fire at Ottery St Mary

By Hannah Corfield

17th Sep 2021 | Local News

Date: 06.08.2018
Time: 01:26
Location: Ottery St Mary

One appliance from Ottery St Mary was mobilised to the above address after reports of a garden fence on fire.

The crew used a hose reel and a thermal imaging camera in order to extinguish the fire.

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