Emma Morse: Your Labour Candidate Devon County Council Elections 2013
Emma Morse is 34 years old and lives in Beacon Heath with her husband and two young sons. Emma has lived in Beacon Heath for most of her life and attended Beacon Heath Primary School, Summerway Middle School and St James High School.
Her eldest son attends Willowbrook School and she helps to run Pinhoe, Parent, Toddler and Baby Group. She also is a member of the organisational committee for Pinhoe’s America Hall.
Emma said, “Pinhoe and Mincinglake are my local communities. I have watched Saxon Spence do an excellent job of representing them over the years and am honoured that I now have the opportunity to continue her excellent work – I am thrilled that she is offering me her full support”.
“There are many issues that concern the people of Pinhoe and Mincinglake including transport and roads, development in and around the ward, youth engagement and diminishing funding in social services. Should I be elected I am looking forward to engaging with the local people and community groups to champion local concerns”.
Although just outside Mincinglake, the pub has many customers from the ward who have asked Councillor Ian Martin to be involved in the community campaign to support the pub at the planning committee.
Farmfoods have bought the site and applied for the demolition of the pub to be replaced by frozen...Read More »
Wilkies in Beacon Heath and Pinhoe Road have been closed for some time.
The good news is that Southern Co-operative took on the lease of the Beacon Lane store at the end of January. We have no news of an opening date. They are looking to open other stores elsewhere in the...Read More »
This group was set up after the planning committee decision to grant permission for internal changes to better accommodate homeless people so local residents could be kept informed of the management of the Red House.
The group comprises Councillors Dawson and Martin, the owners of the Red House, a city council...Read More »
Monday 11th March 7pm
Beacon Heath Church, Kings Arthurs Road...Read More »
Residents have been reporting increased dog fouling in Beacon Heath. There seems to be a real problem, especially at the top end of the estate. Please make sure you take bags with you when walking your dog.
Cllr Catherine Dawson said "Dog poo really spoils the area. It's a health hazard,...Read More »
Catherine has been in touch with the director of Stagecoach South West to discuss recent service problems on the B, E and F routes. Passengers must report incidents for them to understand where improvements are needed, and take action.
If your bus is late or you experience dangerous driving, please make a...Read More »
A long-term decision on what is presently a temporary road closure on Prince Charles Road near the junction with St Katherine’s Road is planned to be taken at the Exeter Highways Committee in March.
Before that date a meeting is planned to take place between local councillors and representatives of residents...Read More »
Exeter City Council housing officers attended the Whipton Village Forum in August to explain the current situation at the Red House. The City Council is providing temporary accommodation for young people and families at the Red House. No family should be housed in shared accommodation for more than six weeks....Read More »
Willowbrook Primary with Key Stage 2 results and St James secondary school with GCSEs had their most successful year so far of results in public exams so far, some above the average of national results. Mincinglake now has two successful community schools that are becoming increasingly popular with the local...Read More »
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Concerns about additional traffic have been expressed by residents of Beacon Lane due to the temporary traffic order which closed St. Katherine’s Road to allow for the road developments on and around Morrisons.
This is being discussed at the next meeting of the Exeter Highways & Traffic Orders Committee on the...Read More »