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Britain is in a state of crisis unprecedented in peacetime. Across the country the impact of the coronavirus clampdown is having a tumultuous effect, changing almost everything about the way people carry on with their daily lives.

At times the worst of human nature has come to the fore, with selfish shopping grabbing the headlines as some individuals put self before community.

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A Stagecoach double-decker. Image courtesy Jaggery.

In an effort to reassure Sidmouth bus users Stagecoach, the area's bus operator, has answered key questions about how its services are being impacted by the Coronavirus outbreak and how that will affect public transport users.

Stagecoach is keen to reassure passengers that according to the Government and Public Health England bus travel is still safe.

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Citizens Advice Sidmouth is closing its doors and expanding its telephone and online services to help people dealing with complex issues arising from the spread of the Coronavirus.

Citizens Advice Sidmouth, operating from Sidmouth Library, exists to help the people of our communities when they have problems that cannot be solved on their own. Citizens Advice East Devon is a dedicated organisation with a strong connection to our local areas.

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Sidmouth Town Centre. Image courtesy of Johanning.

The VE Day 75 celebrations due to be held in Sidmouth this May have now been cancelled due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus.

Sidmouth Chamber of Commerce secretary Sylvia Brownlee told Nub News: "Given the new directive for everyone to immediately avoid all non-essential social contact and for older and vulnerable people to isolate themselves for the next few months, we have decided to cancel the VEDay75 celebrations from 8th to 10th May.

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A Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service fire engine. Main image courtesy of Harry Mitchell.

Firefighters in Sidmouth and the wider East Devon area have cancelled all upcoming community events and station visits due to Coronavirus concerns.

Access to Sidmouth Fire Station has now been restricted to staff only as Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service reacts to the Government's move to initiate the 'delay' phase of its Coronavirus response.

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