British sporting heroes, Tokyo 2020 Olympic medallists, world champions and former stage and jersey winners will all feature in this year’s Tour of Britain
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The government this afternoon has designated Devon, Cornwall, Plymouth, Torbay and the Isles of Scilly, an ‘enhanced response area’, in response to high case rates of coronavirus.
French star and reigning UCI road world champion Julian Alaphilippe will return to the Tour of Britain next month for the first time since winning the UK’s leading race in 2018.
To minimise waste Community Action Groups Devon (CAG Devon) run repair cafes, community fridges, food surplus cafes, tree planting initiatives, composting, refill campaigns and clothes swishes
Nicknamed ‘dragon patchers’ because they can dry out potholes using flames before the material is laid, the machines repair roads quickly, to a good standard and reduce traffic disruption
Our mobile lateral flow testing van was in Kingsbridge last week, and as a pilot, we were also providing vaccinations. We had a lot of people come to use it and these are some of them.
Some of the biggest names in cycling will be competing in this year’s Tour of Britain, and if you’re planning to watch them in action in Devon on Monday 6 September you can take your pick of 115 miles along the route.
Coronavirus case rates have increased and are now very high across Devon, Cornwall and the South West, with all eight of the county’s district areas now above the national case rate average.
Health visiting teams will be handing out free magnetic notepads carrying safety advice this September