Following the Prime Minister’s announcement at the weekend regarding a new, time limited period of national lockdown, Devon County Council and Public Health Devon have given these reactions. The leader of Devon County Council, John Hart, said: “None of usaaa
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High Street in Budleigh Salterton will be closed for up to two weeks from Monday 9 November while repairs are carried out to the footpath
Bonfire night and fireworks displays, the other big outdoor crowd pleasers at this time of year, will also look and feel different this time around.
Devon County Council has issued a warning and is advising people to stay alert to possible scams, associated with the coronavirus pandemic.
In a letter Cllr McInnes, DCC’s Cabinet Member for Schools urges the Education Secretary to ensure that Devon has the resources to deliver a ‘Covid-safe education’.
Devon County Council has today said it will continue to work with district councils to ensure hardship support is available to vulnerable children and families across the county this winter and pledged extra funding to ensure no child goes hungry.
The new stations, which need no fixed infrastructure for bikes to be locked into, are being trialled at the junction of Magdalen Road and College Road, in Digby Park & Ride and outside Chapel Platt Surgery in Topsham.
South West Leaders call on everyone planning a half-term break to be extra careful and to follow the rules
Coronavirus doesn’t take a break – please respect and protect local communities.” This is the joint message from Council Leaders across the region for anyone thinking of coming to or travelling in and around the south west this half-term.