Despite being a relatively small island, the UK is home to some pretty wacky traditions. In the piece below, LPG price providers Flogas, take a look:[Read more…] about Taking a look at 7 eccentric UK traditions
The announcement of an investment of £5 million to boost international tourism in the South West has been broadly welcomed by Devon tourism authority Visit Devon. Official figures show the county saw a 39% growth in international visitors across Devon in 2013, with increased numbers also expected for 2014.
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Carleen Kelemen has been appointed as the new chair of the Institute of Directors (IoD) in Devon and Cornwall.
It was a good week for those who enjoy messing about on the water in Devon last week. A new BSc (Hons) Sports Sciences course is being offered by Plymouth University in September. The course will cover sports science (physiology, biomechanics and psychology), a look at human interaction with the environment and surfing, scuba diving, wind surfing, wakeboarding, dinghy sailing, keelboat sailing, sea kayaking and lifeguarding
Teignbridge District Council has moved into the public sector e-learning environment, offering a new way for staff to get access to more than 200 courses.