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Once a small in-house education service, Scomis has become a player on a national platform, providing IT support to schools and public sector organisations across the UK. It’s just been heralded by the Parliamentary Review 2019 as an ‘exemplar of best practice’.
While universities remain a popular destination for school and college leavers before embarking on the working world, more young people are seeing just as attractive the opportunity to gain professional qualifications while on the job.
Schools are being encouraged to sign up for the UK’s largest cycling, walking and scooting challenge – the Big Pedal 2019 – which is organised by Sustrans and runs from Monday 25 March to Friday 5 April
Central Devon MP Mel Stride says access to faster broadband for rural businesses is vital for the future of Devon’s economy
Devon County Council’s project to reinstate the A379 at Slapton has won the Transport Project of the Year Award and the Transportation Environment Award at the Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation Awards
Brian Churches, 58, of Yew Tree Farm, Rodney Stoke,was convicted for a range of animal welfare offences at his two farms.
Travel Devon’s support of the Pennon Group follows its work with IKEA last year.
32 volunteer general fixers, electricians, upcyclers and upholsterers from repair cafes cross Devon worked non-stop to repair 268 items
Devon County Council’s Cabinet is being asked next week (Wed 13 March) to progress with a planning application for the next section of the Teign Estuary Trail and a strategy to complete gaps in the route