Tag Archives: Cllr David Hall

National Wildlife Operation Award for multi-agency operation

Devon and Somerset Trading Standards Service (DSTSS) , Devon and Cornwall Police and Avon and Somerset Constabulary have been recognised for a joint anti-poaching operation

Posted on: 19 December 2016 | Posted in: Business and Economy
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Your Choice – Choose How Loan Sharks Money is Spent in Somerset!

Proceeds of crime money, which is retrieved from convicted loan sharks, is up for grabs for local groups working in the Somerset region

Posted on: 10 August 2016 | Posted in: Community

Couple plead guilty to animal cruelty charges

A North Devon couple have pleaded guilty to 4 counts of unnecessary suffering to sheep they kept

Posted on: 15 April 2016 | Posted in: Community

Shopkeeper caught selling illegal tobacco

A Bridgwater shopkeeper has been convicted for the possession for supply of illegal tobacco in his shops in Bridgwater following an investigation by Devon and Somerset Trading Standards Service

Posted on: 18 March 2016 | Posted in: Community

Trading Standards lifts the lid on online car scam

Devon and Somerset Trading Standards Service is warning car buyers to be cautious when buying vehicles online

Posted on: 17 March 2016 | Posted in: Community
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Carpet cleaner sentenced for fraud

A trader who travelled the country offering to clean householders’ carpets for rock-bottom prices before hiking his charges by up to 5,400 per cent, has been sentenced for seven offences

Posted on: 16 December 2015 | Posted in: Community

Connecting Devon and Somerset hits 200,000 broadband milestone

Connecting Devon and Somerset is ahead of schedule in its plans to make fibre broadband available to around 90 per cent of households and businesses within the next 16 months

Posted on: 9 October 2015 | Posted in: Business and Economy

Crown Court sentence for father and son rogue traders convicted for targeting the elderly

Rogue traders told today that they had steamrollered over consumers’ rights

Posted on: 2 October 2015 | Posted in: Community