Posts for B and B

Worrying attacks on livestock on Dartmoor

From Devon & Cornwall Police: In the last five years there have been 500 attacks from dogs on livestock in Devon and Cornwall with year on year increases being reported by farmers. This part of Dartmoor has some of the highest number of reports to police in the county. It […]

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Accidents on A39 near Clovelly

The A39 was closed between Clovelly Cross and the Milky Way for several hours following a collision involving a motorcyclist. The motorcyclist  was airlifted to the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital with ‘serious injuries’. Police crash investigators were investigating at the scene. The collision involved a motorbike and a car, […]

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Torridge Council says there is help/support for those in arrears

Torridge Council have issued a call for people experiencing any problems or anxiety with Council Tax or Business Rates arrears to get in touch with the Council as soon as possible and not to let arrears build up. The Council want people to be aware that there is support and […]

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Lazy Jacks opens at Affinity Devon tomorrow

Family owned Lazy Jacks – which got its name from the family’s beloved lazy cat Jack – offers high-quality, bright and colourful clothing for women, men and children, with discounts of up to 70% off. To celebrate their official opening on Friday, the store will be giving away a free Lazy […]

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Torridge play areas start to reopen on 6th July

Torridge Council has announced that play areas in the district will start to reopen from next Monday 6th July in line with a relaxation of government lockdown restrictions. The facilities have been closed since March when the government introduced measures to halt the spread of coronavirus and as part of a […]

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Assault investigation, Barnstaple

From Devon & Cornwall Police: Police investigating a possible assault in Barnstaple are appealing for witnesses – after the victim was left with no recollection of the incident. A male cyclist aged in his 20s believes he could have been knocked from his bike before it was stolen sometime between […]

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Barnstaple Pannier Market to re-open on 3rd July

The doors to Barnstaple Pannier Market are set to open again to customers at 9am on Friday 3 July. Following the reopening of non-essential shops earlier in the month, officers from North Devon Council have been working hard on a new layout and COVID -19 compliant trading conditions for the […]

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Fire at Sutcombe, near Holsworthy

Three fire appliances from Holsworthy, Torrington and Hatherleigh were mobilised this morning, following a call from the occupant of a property saying their porch was on fire and the bedroom above was full smoke. Luckily all occupants were able to safely evacuate prior to the arrival of the firefighters. The […]

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2 shouts this week for Appledore lifeboat

Just after 9.30pm on Thursday 25 June, the volunteer crew were tasked to a report of a person in the water near Victoria Park in Bideford, shouting for help. Bideford Coastguards and Police were on scene and an ambulance had been tasked. Just before the inshore lifeboat arrived, Falmouth Coastguard […]

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Armed Forces Week virtual celebrations

Today usually marks the start of week-long gatherings and celebrations around the Country as part of Armed Forces Week, in honour of Servicemen and Women both past and present. The events are a celebration and recognition of the contribution and sacrifices made by all members of our armed forces, the […]

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