Exeter City Council has secured £38,000 of funding from the UK Space Agency to help develop a tree management system that will allow officers to report the exact location and details of fallen or damaged trees in the city.
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Commenting on the news that the 5p fuel rebate scheme for postcode area EX53 has been given final approval by the EU, North Devon MP Nick Harvey has said: “I’m very pleased the fuel rebate for the Lynton and Lynmouth area for has been given full and final EU approval, with the discount set to come in at the end of May.
A swan that was shot in the head with an air gun has been nursed back to health and returned to his mate by the RSPCA.
Visitors to Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum might soon be able to boast that they visited the RAMM and got the t-shirt as Exeter City Council, who run the award-winning attraction, are looking at the possibility of installing a gift shop inside.
A volunteer in Plymouth who helps people experiencing homelessness was recognised at a national awards ceremony.
As Mother’s Day approaches on March 15, Devon mums and daughters are being invited to spend quality time together by entering a Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life event near you.
Apprenticeships have recently undergone a resurgence and with National Apprenticeship Week taking place between Monday, March 9 and Friday, March 13, RGB Building Supplies has announced that, due to the success of the current apprentices, they are something that will receive further investment.
MP for North Devon, Nick Harvey, recently attended an exhibition by the Pilton Residents Group highlighting the impact of a series of proposed housing developments on the area.
Get involved with a local beach clean and enjoy the community spirit involved in these events which help protect marine and local wildlife.
Exeter City Council has welcomed news that businesses have voted in favour of a Business Improvement District (BID) for the city centre.
Ebb & Flow: Seasonal sounds through the Devon Year, a new installation at Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM), will be a celebration of the incredible range of habitats and variety of species to be found within a 20 mile radius of Exeter.