• Blackdown Hills Transition Group’s Community Fund

    The Blackdown Hills Transition Group through its various activities e.g. Repair Café and Apple days have been fortunate to be able to offer some small grants funded by  donations at our events in order to support local environment improvements.  We would like to thank eveyrbody who has  made a donation to make these small grants […]

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  • Tiverton’s four shopping quarters welcomes you back

    There is lots of excitement across the town centre with all four shopping quarters welcoming back their customers. The majority of independent shops are open and ready for business, operating in accordance with the government guidance making it safe for visitors to return. Tiverton’s Riverside Quarter which incorporates Angel Hill, Bridge Street and Westexe. Discover […]

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  • ‘Safety In Neighbours’ – Burglary 2020 Campaign

    Neighbourhood Watch are launching a campaign called Safety in Neighbours as they are concerned that the easing of lockdown will bring in an increase in crime.   For more details, please click the link below:- ‘Safety In Neighbours’ – Burglary 2020 Campaign

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  • Council’s recycling fleet gets a ‘green’ upgrade

    A new fleet of multi-coloured trucks will be hitting the streets of Mid Devon during July to help improve the efficiency of the Council’s recycling operation and reduce its impact on the environment. Mid Devon District Council’s fleet of recycling vehicles, which were scheduled to be replaced in 2020, have started to be delivered from […]

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  • Communities Supported with two COVID-19 Test Facilities for Mid Devon

    Mid Devon District Council has been working closely with the national testing programme to facilitate COVID-19 test centres across the district.   While Tiverton has hosted a site previously, a new site will also be opened in Cullompton…   Please note:-   “The sites in Mid Devon are not as a result of any local […]

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  • Play Parks

    We are pleased to confirm that the Play Parks are now fully open to the Community. However, can we remind you that Covid-19 has not disappeared. To ensure the safety of our Community, please be aware of all the guidelines and hygiene regulations that are in place to keep you, your family and the Community […]

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  • Local Bus Timetable

    Mid Devon Bus Timetable See below for links to the latest versions of other local timetables. Most services are now operating normally but any exceptions to this are indicated: http://www.devonbustimetables.info/east_devon_new/ http://www.devonbustimetables.info/mid_devon_new/ http://www.devonbustimetables.info/north_devon_new/ http://www.devonbustimetables.info/south_hams_new/ http://www.devonbustimetables.info/teignbridge_new/ http://www.devonbustimetables.info/west_devon_new/

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  • Free Parking to Boost Town Centre Spending

    Mid Devon District Council (MDDC) is introducing free parking in its main towns as it continues to support the economic revival of the district. The lockdown period has seen shops, businesses and restaurants closed for many months and MDDC is acutely aware of the economic impact this has had on local traders and jobs… Read […]

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  • Re opening of the Play Areas

    Parish Council are keen to reopen the play areas as soon as possible and are just waiting for the inspection reports from Mid Devon. The virus is still around and it is impossible to be sure that it is not in public areas so everyone needs to take precautions and act responsibly.  A risk assessment has […]

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  • The Future of the Public Payphone – Adjacent to the Bus Shelter in Silver Street, Willand

    The Parish Council have been consulted on whether the above phone box in Silver Street should be retained. The last time it was brought to the Parish Council’s attention, we managed to persuade them to keep it as it was used more regularly. However, since then, the number of calls recorded each month has reduced […]

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