With traffic volumes starting to creep up, Devon County Council is reminding people to stay at home and only make essential journeys during the coronavirus lockdown
It will be 75 years to the day on Friday 8 May 2020 since the guns fell silent at the end of the war in Europe. Usu.ally we mark the day with ceremony and community commemoration, but this year we can celebrate it from home
The regional support charity for victims of domestic violence and abuse, Splitz, saw a 62 per cent rise in the number of people needing their help from the beginning of April to last week.
Devon County Council has announced its next major investment to support the county’s social care sector, revealing a package of additional funding now totalling £8 million to support domiciliary care and residential care markets during the pandemic.
Families in Devon are being urged to check if their children are eligible for free school meals as the coronavirus crisis creates more hardship across the county.
Residents in Devon, Somerset and Torbay urged to remain vigilant as new COVID-19 scams continue to be identified
Devon, Somerset and Torbay Trading Standards Service is reminding residents to ‘stay home, stay safe and stay scam aware’, as new coronavirus (COVID-19) related scams continue to emerge.
Extremely vulnerable residents in receipt of the government’s weekly food parcels are asked to contact Devon County Council if they have certain dietary requirements. There are currently nearly 19,000 people in Devon who have been told by the government toaaa
Donated equipment, including commodes, walking frames, perching and shower stools, is being collected from households across the county following an appeal by Devon County Council for community equipment which is no longer being used.