The sea wall at Lee, Mortehoe, has been damaged during storms over the weekend, washing out a section of the road
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People in Heavitree and Whipton in Exeter are being invited to take part in an online consultation to give their views on improvements they would like to see to make their neighbourhood a better place to live and work
Devon County Council and Exeter College provide big boost for local economy with launch of Future Skills Centre
The Centre will provide the region with a specialist facility for the delivery of training for future-facing high-tech jobs in engineering, digital, construction and clean growth.
The Chairman of the Local Outbreak Engagement Board, Cllr John Hart, has thanked Devon residents for responding positively to the national lockdown restrictions, to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and prevent hospitals from becoming overwhelmed.
Redhills Primary School in Exeter has joined the pioneering “School Streets” project to create a safer and healthier environment outside their school gates
Crowndale is too small and has to be closed whenever the waste containers are full and need to be changed over
Devon County Council has been exploring plans for a new route for eastbound traffic entering Lee Mill and people are being asked to comment on proposals during an online public consultation starting on Tuesday (17 November)
A major operation is under way in Devon to combat holiday hunger for children this Christmas. Devon County Council is leading the operation to organise networks of providers across the county. They will use a £2 million Government grant toaaa