Former CID detective with the Avon and Somerset Constabulary and North Devon resident James D Mortain has launched the audiobook version of his new novel Dead Ringer, which was released back in March, before lockdown.[Read more…] about Win a free copy of James D Mortain’s new crime novel audiobook Dead Ringer
The UK is getting back into business. Gradually, sector by sector, we are beginning to embrace the ‘new normal’, and businesses are once again raring to go. After the most recent loosening of lockdown measures, many pubs, bars, and restaurants have opened their doors to the public again. The likelihood is that it won’t be too long before most offices will begin to reopen as well, and the 8.4 million people who were furloughed and the many working from home will return to their workplace, ready to make up for lost time.[Read more…] about Getting Back into Business: The Comeback Costs After Lockdown
According to world tracker The World Counts, we have 79 years until the rainforests end, assuming current trends continue. Indeed, the Amazon rainforest in particular has had more than its fair share of crises in the last decade, and you may be surprised to hear that the current Covid-19 outbreak has even wrought havoc on the planet’s lungs.[Read more…] about Could the UK Alone Plant Enough Trees to Save the Amazon?
Brixham Pannier Market has reopened to the public. The market is located in Scala Hall, in Brixham’s central iconic Town Hall. Currently open on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays between 9.30am and 4pm.[Read more…] about Brixham Pannier Market / safe and welcoming
Hairdresser Sandra Ramsay, who owns North Devon’s Urban Wave Hair, moved into and fully renovated new premises just before lockdown, as we reported in February, and so was disappointed at having to close her dream salon due to COVID-19, not least at the financial implications.[Read more…] about North Devon’s Urban Wave Hair thrilled to re-open