Who doesn’t want Reindeer at Christmas? Now you can have you’re own bit of festive cheer all year round to dig your toes into – Green Shoes, the ethical shoe makers from Devon, have got a limited supply for Reindeer skins for sale.
A report out today says that the Rugby World Cup 2015 will generate £39 million of economic activity for Exeter.
holidaycottages.co.uk has been announced as one of the shortlisted finalists for two 2014 British Travel Awards – the Best UK Holiday Cottages/Self Catering Company and also the BTA/Feefo Award for Excellence in Customer Service in the prestigious travel awards.
Landkey Primary School has been chosen as a winner of RGB Building Supplies Well Built Community Fund. The school will be receiving £1,000 worth of materials from RGB’s Barnstaple branch to help them develop their Forest School.
Changes look set to be made to the way Exeter manages its High Street and city centre shops and businesses.
Devon mum Jenny Adjene owner of Hip Hip Hooray – an online company that specialises in customisable stationery for weddings, birth announcements, birthdays and holidays – has picked up the Wired Award at Mumpreneur Awards 2014.
Devon-based, RGB Building Supplies, is a finalist in the national Build It Awards 2014, which celebrate all aspects of self build and renovation.
A North Devon commercial vehicle repairs centre has recently expanded its team and lengthened its hours of operation to accommodate an increase in trade.
Waitrose Teignmouth was officially opened by Anne Marie Morris, MP for Newton Abbot who joined opening branch manager Chris Reynard in welcoming the first customers.
In February 2014, Country Homes & Interiors Magazine published a My Country Business feature on Devon-based interior designer Holly Keeling, in advance of launching its 2014 My Country Business Awards.