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Residents and visitors urged to 'find a bin or take it home' in new litter campaign.

A new county-wide anti-littering campaign has been launched by Clean Devon

Outdoor Group Exercise Classes to Kick Off Phased Re-openings in West Devon on 29 March

Fusion Lifestyle and West Devon Borough Council are pleased to announce that in line with the government roadmap, outdoor group exercise classes will restart at Meadowlands Leisure Centre on Monday 29 March.

It's time to renew your garden waste subscription in West Devon

Renew your service and get your clippings, weeds and pruned garden waste still gets collected each fortnight.

How Much Council Tax West Devon Residents Will Pay Is Confirmed

An average increase of 4.82% (£99.71) on the total average bill of £2,067 (for a Band D property) from last year is confirmed as West Devon residents prepare to receive their Council Tax bills for 2021/22 this week.

More Money for More Businesses

Local changes to COVID business grant criteria and a new initiative to refund the cost of business licences could help plough funds back into the hands of business owners across West Devon.

Funding history for a brighter future

A £30,000 grant from West Devon Borough Council will help to make the visitor experience at the new Guildhall Gateway Centre engaging, informative and fun.

Rural Community Broadband Fibre Project A Success

Sydenham Damerel team have signed final contract for installation of fibre broadband with the backing of West Devon Borough Council.

Is it time to "spring clean" your lifestyle?

We are working in partnership with other councils to encourage local residents and organisations to take actions that both increase quality of life and reduce their carbon footprint to help combat climate change.

Parking charges to change in West Devon car parks following public consultation

West Devon Borough Council has agreed to amend charges in its pay and display car parks following a public consultation.

Council Coffers, COVID and the Community

Coping with COVID-19, keeping frontline services running, supporting vulnerable people in the community and the loss of vital income streams has not stopped West Devon Borough Council from balancing their books.

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