Devon County Council has teamed up with the Woodland Trust and the Devon Ash Dieback Resilience Forum to encourage communities and landowners to take part in free tree planting initiatives
The Forum was a chance for Devon’s young people to contribute to the Devon Carbon Plan, a blueprint which will lay out what we all must do to create a net-zero county.
Adoption agencies in Devon are working together this National Adoption Week (14-20 October) to appeal for potential adopters to come forward. This comes as numbers of adopters drop to an all-time low in the county and the number of children waiting continues to grow.
Jim Dixon lives in Malden House Residential home in Sidmouth and he says that the professionalism and compassion shown by staff has helped him maintain his dignity in old age
A public consultation has been launched by Connecting Devon and Somerset (CDS) ahead of undertaking a fresh procurement to find contractors to provide superfast broadband
Devon County Council and Tour of Britain organisers SweetSpot have confirmed that Devon will host Stage Two of the UK’s premier cycle race on Monday 7 September 2020
More than £75,000 has been invested by Shaugh Prior Primary School and Devon County Council on refurbishing a classroom at the school to benefit the children’s teaching and learning
Road surface temperatures are set to fall below freezing across Devon again tonight – dropping lower than -4C in some parts of the county – and they aren’t expected to rise until around 10am tomorrow
A public consultation on plans for a Cullompton town centre relief road will continue until Friday 20 December, with consultation documents on display at the Hayridge Library
Pupils from St Leonard’s Primary School and representatives from the Devon Youth Parliament will be helping to plant ten trees on Friday 29 November at County Hall
Technology that’s helping people to live safely at home will be showcased at the “Smarthouse” event in Exeter on Tuesday 26 November, Wednesday 27 November and Thursday 28 November
Shaldon Bridge is due to be closed from 7pm on Thursday 5 December to enable repairs to be carried out to two piers of the structure, before re-opening at 6am the following day