The clocks go back on 27 October 2019 and Devon County Council is reminding all road users to ‘be bright, be seen’ as it gets darker and weather conditions get worse.
Around 1,600 children enjoyed the opportunity to get first hand experience of how produce is grown, rolling up their sleeves to get stuck in to a range of activities.
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.
Devon County Council (DCC) has helped various community projects and groups to reach their fundraising targets through the Crowdfund Devon pilot.
The Police are working with Trading Standards officials and NFU Mutual to help protect farmers from criminals who “cold call” at farms to stake out whether there is something worth stealing.
Devon County Councillors have agreed a proposal to bring forward the development of important community facilities for Cranbrook.
Councillors have approved a £780,000 scheme to improve flood protection to 45 properties in Stokeinteignhead
Councillors have agreed more ambitious targets as the County Council’s carbon footprint has already reduced by almost 40% since 2012/13 and is likely to reach its 50% reduction target next year, nine years earlier than planned
Catherine Causley has been recognised for her success in encouraging more people to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle at a prestigious national awards ceremony.