Tag Archives: Cllr Ray Radford

Turf cutting on land next to the Bloor Homes development, Loddiswell

New £2.9 million primary school for South Hams village

Work has begun on a new £2.9 million primary school for Loddiswell.

Posted on: 13 July 2017 | Posted in: Education | No Comments

Official ceremony marks Sandy Park junction completion

A ceremony has been held to mark the completion of the recent £2.5 million upgrade of the Sandy Park junction in Exeter

Posted on: 30 June 2017 | Posted in: Business and Economy | No Comments

Community Transport Award winners honoured for dedication

Devon County Council’s annual Community Transport Awards ceremony has recognised the outstanding contributions made to community transport by volunteers and staff across Devon

Posted on: 16 June 2017 | Posted in: Community | No Comments

Devon County Council’s new Chairman, Ray Radford said:

“I am sure colleagues from all political parties and every corner of the county will send our best wishes for success to Exeter Chiefs and Exeter City this weekend. “It’s highly unusual for two games so crucial to fans ofaaa

Posted on: 25 May 2017 | Posted in: | No Comments

Canal’s new children’s play area to receive a funding boost

Plans for an exciting new children’s play area at the Grand Western Canal’s basin in Tiverton have taken a step further towards final agreement

Posted on: 5 January 2017 | Posted in: Community
Roadwork sign

Utility road reinstatements to be examined by Scrutiny Committee

Devon County Council’s Place Scrutiny Committee to examine the reinstatement of Devon’s roads by utility companies after results from the latest annual programme of core samples reveals falling standards

Posted on: 7 October 2016 | Posted in: Environment
Canal Ranger Craig Saunderson and Cllrs Hannon, Croad and Radford

County Council invest in battling weeds at the Grand Western Canal

Devon County Council has invested over £60,000 in a new boat to help rangers deal with the increasing problem of weed growth in the Grand Western Canal

Posted on: 29 September 2015 | Posted in: Community