Learn Devon tutors are going the extra mile to ensure that more vulnerable learners receive the support they need during the current coronavirus pandemic
The NHS has advised them to not to leave their homes until at least the end of June, even for essential supplies and exercise, in order to minimise face-to-face contact and prevent being exposed to the virus.
Help is available for Devon residents struggling with their finances as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. We’ve allocated £1m in grant funding to support people who need short-term emergency assistance to afford basic living essentials.
Lane closures are due to be in place while drainage repairs are carried out from Monday 18 May to Friday 12 June
The annual #MyRedThumb Day is being marked today (Tuesday 12 May) to remind everyone about the importance of driving safely and avoiding distractions behind the wheel
Devon County Council leader John Hart welcomed the Prime Minister’s statement as providing some hope but said he wanted to see the details of how re-starting the economy could be achieved safely. “We will have to be particularly careful inaaa
The PaddleBoat Theatre Company in Exeter has used grant funding from Devon County Council’s Prompt Action Fund to create sign supported videos and online activities for deaf children and their families during lockdown.
Repairs to the Grade II Listed Austin’s Bridge at Buckfastleigh are progressing well and are expected to be completed this week
Local government, tourism organisations including the National Parks and the police are working together to reinforce the message to stay at home and avoid tourist hot spots this coming weekend.