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Torridge Council write to government about fairer funding

Torridge District Council’s Internal Overview and Scrutiny Committee have written to the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government concerning fairer funding. The funding of public services has […]

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Two new rums for Cornish distillers

After the continuing success of the award winning Kalkar coffee spirit, The Cornish Distilling Co is set to release two new genuine British rums this summer: White Rum and a […]

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Dog dies in the sea at Newquay

Newquay’s RNLI lifeboat volunteers were requested to launch by UK Coastguard just after 5pm on Monday (9 April) to a dog in the sea on the eastern side of Towan […]

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Health & Care in the Bude Area

Concerned about the future of the NHS? You would be welcome at a meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday 18th April in the Ivor Potter Hall at the Parkhouse Centre […]

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Slow down for horses. Really slow down.

From Devon County Council: The British Horse Society has released figures highlighting a rise in incidents between horses and vehicles in Devon. Check out the video here. Between the 2016-2017 […]

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Bedruthan Spring Fair

Come along to Bedruthan Hotel’s annual Spring Fair this April for a weekend of inspiration, which will showcase the best of the South West’s products for home and garden.   […]

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Look at our Be Nostalgic site!

Phew! Sterling work from Rob and Dean on our Be Nostalgic site.  If you see these guys, get them a drink because they deserve it for their monumental efforts recently […]

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Blood Brothers in Barnstaple was a real treat

Also published on Dawn’s blog. Down here on the north Devon border there is not much choice of theatre unless you are prepared to travel many miles. I struck lucky […]

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Litter in the laybys

There has been a lot of discussion on twitter about how disgusting some British roads are becoming. Not only are our beaches in need of cleaning but our roads and […]

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More fraudsters pretending to be from magazines

Victims receive a telephone call from someone purporting to be a bailiff enforcing a court judgement, attempting to recover funds for a non-existent debt. The fraudsters state the debt originates […]

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Experts team up to study bluefin tuna and confirm return to UK waters

Some research into tuna from Exeter University: Atlantic bluefin tuna are known for being amongst the biggest, fastest and most valuable fish in the sea. They were once a common […]

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Country roads full of mud…

Was checking something else on the Devon & Cornwall Police website and came across a page about mud on the road. Mud on our single track roads is the bane of […]

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Bude lifeguards are back on the beaches

After a snowy start, Bude’s RNLI Lifeguards have completed their 2 weeks training induction and are now back on the sand. Their induction included fitness testing in the swimming pool […]

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Opt-in Torridge garden waste collection

On the 4th June 2018, Torridge District Council will be introducing an optional garden waste collection service for an annual fee of £35. The service is also being extended to […]

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Ben Howard booked for Eden Sessions

Top singer-songwriter Ben Howard is the latest big name announcement for the 2018 Eden Sessions. Along with his sprawling six-piece band, BRIT Award-winner Ben will play the home of the […]

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