Ultrafast broadband is coming to help us connect with you
BT Group has been awarded the contract to install the fibre broadband network across Plymouth, South Hams and West Devon.
Coronavirus: Support Fund for Residents who Need Basic Essentials
A welfare support fund has been launched to help residents whose financial situation has been seriously affected by the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Coronavirus: South West key workers thank you for staying away this bank holiday
Key Workers across the South West thank you for staying home and keeping the public safe this Bank Holiday.
Coronavirus: Borough Council Supporting Communities
Working alongside communities by enabling grants, providing information and support, the Borough are doing their bit in the coronavirus (COVID-19) effort.
Thumbs up for new Chief Executive
This week South Hams District and West Devon Borough Council have approved the appointment of their new joint Chief Executive and Head of Paid Service.
Coronavirus: It's a simple message - please stay at home, protect the NHS, save lives
Communities across Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly are being asked to keep up the good work in stopping the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Coronavirus: Council Grant Advice to Businesses
We have now paid out just under £30 million to businesses who urgently need their funding to survive the current coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. If you haven't yet claimed here are the fastest ways to get your money.
Coronavirus: Hotline for Council Help Available
South Hams and West Devon Councils are offering a hotline number for residents needing help and support during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Coronavirus: South Hams and West Devon Councils Launch Local Action Support Fund
A newly created Local Action Support Fund will provide grants of up to £250 for funding essential community-led schemes during the coronavirus (COVID19) outbreak.
Local residents and children in the South Hams and West Devon area have been surprising their bin collectors with heartfelt messages of praise, good wishes and colourful drawings to thank them for "keeping the country going" in the face of coronavirus (COVID-19).