South West councils make urgent call for leisure centres funding
South Hams District and West Devon Borough Councils are working in partnership with local authorities across the South West in urgently calling on the Government to provide funding to safeguard the future of leisure centres.
Eviction Ban - Are you Affected and Can We Help?
We are urging landlords and tenants affected the eviction ban to contact us as soon as possible.
Council Encourage Residents to Lobby Government
We are asking residents to help us lobby government for more support for the leisure industry. We wholeheartedly sympathise with frustrated Meadowlands users who would like to see their leisure facilities reopen as soon as possible.
Honour your COVID Hero
If you would like to thank someone for going above and beyond in the past few months, why not nominate them for an Honour.
Solar Panel group-buying scheme will save you money and help save the planet
Devon's householders have the chance to help the county become net-zero by joining Devon Climate Emergency's (DCE) solar panel group-buying scheme.
A Helping Hand for Cold Homes
Eligible residents, who are living without gas heating, are being offered the opportunity to benefit from free gas central heating of home heating from West Devon Borough and South Hams District Councils.
Have Your Say on Licensing
West Devon Borough Council is inviting residents and businesses to have their say on the new Alcohol and Entertainments Licensing Policy.
Abbey Car Park - What Do You Think?
West Devon Borough Council is conducting a review of parking at Abbey car park in Tavistock, to see how they can release more parking spaces for short stay visitors to the town.
Leisure Facilities In South Hams and West Devon
Fusion Lifestyle, the Councils' contractor, have now made it possible for current members at any one of the closed centres, to use any of the open centres from this Thursday.
Zero-tolerance approach to animal cruelty
West Devon Borough Council and FCC have been made aware of a video showing distressing scenes of animal cruelty and FCC is currently investigating the footage.