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Are you ready for winter in West Devon?

West Devon Borough Council is launching its annual 'Are you ready for winter?' campaign, which offers top tips on how to beat everything the winter throws at us.

Ready to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle this Christmas?

Christmas is creeping closer and the shops are starting to stock their shelves with seasonal treats, so this year the Council encourage residents to buy sustainably and recycle more over the festive season.

New Borough Councillor for Bere Ferrers is elected - by a single vote

Angela Blackman has been announced as the new West Devon Borough Councillor for the Bere Ferrers Ward, following a by-election on 18 November - winning by just a single vote.

Supporting vulnerable rough sleepers across the Borough

Nobody has been identified as sleeping rough in West Devon this year. However, West Devon Borough Council believes that the number of people without a permanent home is likely to be higher.

Is West Devon Pitch Perfect?

West Devon Borough Council invites residents to have their say on sports playing field facilities for hockey, rugby, football and cricket.

Save Energy, Save Money, Save The Planet

Tamar Energy Fest is back for 2021, but this time as part of the South West Energy Hub's COP26 Regional Roadshows, and it's bigger than ever.

Councillors Propose New Powers To Tackle Anti-Social Behaviour in Tavistock

West Devon Borough Council Hub Members will discuss a recommendation to introduce new powers to clamp down on Anti-Social Behaviour

Local leisure centres in a fit position to support the community

The role of our leisure centres in supporting community wellbeing will be discussed by West Devon Borough Council's Hub Committee when they meet next week.

Devon councils & charities lead Shop4good campaign to help the climate

Devon councils & charities are taking the lead on how to shop in a way that's good for climate and wellbeing, as research says consumers are making industry more sustainable.

Government restores the Dartmoor Line as services resume for first time in half a century from 20 November 2021

West Devon Councillors react to news that the Dartmoor Line between Okehampton and Exeter will officially reopen first time in half a century

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