Almost 1,500 Ash dieback infected trees are to be removed from alongside Devon’s major road network this summer in order to protect public safety
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“Controlling the continued spread of the virus is down to us. We do that by being careful, and continuing to take precautions that protect ourselves and others. Please continue choosing to take steps that minimise risk to ourselves and to others, even when that choice is ours to make.”
A new Natural Capital Challenge Fund has been launched by Devon County Council as part of its economic recovery programme and to create employment and training opportunities in Devon’s natural capital economy
“We are now way outside what the earth has seen for 800,000 years, and in excess what our species (has ever) experienced…”
Another ‘key’ milestone in reopening the Dartmoor Line has been reached with Devon County Council transferring ownership of the northern part of Okehampton station to Network Rail
This Sunday is Thank You Day. The last 15 months have been difficult for everyone, and we couldn’t have got through it without each other. So let’s say a big thank you to everyone that has helped, and is helping us through it.
It’s the Devon County Show this week, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and we will have one of our Community Testing mobile vans onsite offering free rapid lateral flow tests, as well as test kits to take to do at home.
Connecting Devon and Somerset (CDS) is calling for a flexible approach from Government to improve broadband connectivity in very hard to reach areas in order to avoid the risk of communities “being left behind”