You'd forgive the postman for maybe getting confused after bungling council workers spelt a street name three different ways.
Brian Kelly was left baffled after he noticed his local authority had managed to spell Whiteley Avenue three different ways on signs it had put up.
The mistake was made after the old wooden signs, bearing the correct spelling, rotted away, and South Hams District Council rushed to replace them.
The brand new signs were erected in place, but to the dismay of local residents including Mr Kelly, they all bared different spellings.
After sending the council a map indicating where the dodgy signs are, Mr Kelly has now been told the signs are on a list to be replaced.
Almost a quarter of office jobs at two councils in Devon are under threat. Later today both West Devon Borough Council and South Hams District Council will discuss cutting 24 per cent of their office workers at a saving of £3.5 million a year.
The independent Boundary Commission is reviewing the number of councillors who run South Hams District Council to cater for changes in the population of its wards.
There are currently 40 councillors representing more than 83,000 people in the district, which covers an area of 350 sq miles. A significant shift in the population has triggered the review.
Councillors have now decided to recommend the number of representatives be cut to around 30 instead.
Any changes are expected to be consulted on next year and would not be introduced until the next Council elections in 2015.