Barnstaple


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Barnstaple

(ˈbɑːnstəpəl)
n
(Placename) a town in SW England, in Devon, on the estuary of the River Taw: tourism, agriculture. Pop: 30 765 (2001)
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A 10min service between Northam, Bideford, Barnstaple and Braunton, with a 30min evening and Sunday service.
MERTHYR Town aim to step up their chase for promotion back to Southern League level when they play Devon club Barnstaple at Penydarren Park tomorrow (3pm).
Manning was fined pounds 250 by North Devon magistrates after admitting the offence in Barnstaple.
The elderly victim of the burglary was in a care home when his bungalow in Barnstaple was broken into.
Mr Thompson, a couples therapist for relationship counselling organisation Relate, and Sgt Alan Lunn, of Little Park Street police, walked from Brighton to Barnstaple during the fundraiser.
Father-of-two Martin worked at the mortuary at the North Devon Hospital in Barnstaple for 20 years.
If it had gone ahead, the sale could have led to production relocated to Barnstaple.
Money raised will be used to enable an automatic door to be installed at Little Bridge House Children's Hospice in Barnstaple, Devon, to improve access for youngsters in wheelchairs.
7 million and employ 550 staff at Sheffield, Barnstaple, and divisional headquarters in Nottingham.
95 to: Dr Vernon Coleman's Home Doctor Offer, PO Box 30, Barnstaple, Devon EX32 9YU.
Michael Cassemis, 44, from Cardiff, has been charged with burglary and will appear at North Devon Magistrates' Court, in Barnstaple, on October 7.
Married Lindley, of Brixham, Devon, appeared before magistrates at Barnstaple in December and was convicted of causing ABH.