New figures suggest that there are now more than 130,000 people in Devon who are carers, the figure having risen by half again because of the coronavirus pandemic. Worryingly though, just 21,000 of that number – roughly only one inaaa
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Thousands of meal boxes have again been delivered to families with young children this half term holiday week, in an initiative to help those who are struggling during the coronavirus pandemic.
We were asked this week how Devon has been able to keep case numbers down, while cases elsewhere in the country are rising. Here’s the explanation.
Work has started on the first phase of a new link road on the outskirts of Newton Abbot to help support economic growth in South Devon
A planning application has been submitted for the next phase of the Teign Estuary Trail, covering 5km from Passage House Inn in Newton Abbot to the A381 at La Roche Maurice Walk, east of Bishopsteignton
A Devon charity is to receive the Queens Award for Voluntary Services, for outstanding work throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
Skilled stone masons have been working every day in all weathers to repair the bridge as soon as possible so that the busy main road can be reopened.
Devon County Council has announced a new Chairman and Vice Chairman. Outgoing Chairman Stuart Barker handed the prestigious title to the county councillor for Exmouth, Jeffrey Trail BEM. Councillor Trail has held numerous roles since first being elected to theaaa