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Voting Safely at the Elections

While the elections are not until May, we're already making plans to help you stay safe while casting your vote.

Got IT - Council Throws West Devon Schools A Laptop Lifeline

Concern about limited access to IT equipment for local pupils has prompted West Devon Borough Council to share £4,000 between two local secondary schools. Tavistock College and Okehampton College have received the cash boost to spend on equipment to help children currently struggling to access online learning at home.

You Count - Sign Up For Election Roles Now

Planning for the next elections, which are scheduled to take place on 6 May 2021, is well and truly underway. Local people are invited to sign up now to fill a number of essential paid roles at polling centres across the Borough.

Mayor of West Devon gets COVID Jab

West Devon Mayor Tony Leech is among those who have now had their first coronavirus vaccination.

Flags at Half Mast in Honour of Sir Tom Moore

Flags are at half-mast at today in honour of Sir Tom Moore who died Tuesday, 2 February.

Fly Tipper Fined Thousands of Pounds

Plymouth Magistrates Court has fined an unlicensed waste collector responsible for a fly-tip found near Dartmoor early last year.

Proposed Changes to Parking - Have Your Say

West Devon Borough Council has launched a new public consultation on proposed changes to parking charges.

Your Covid Heroes Who Went Above And Beyond

The winners of our COVID Heroes nominations, who selflessly helped others during the pandemic, have been announced!

Business Grants Get Easier

Businesses in need of financial grants within West Devon are being encouraged to come forward and apply via a new much simpler process.

New Homes Ready in Time for Christmas!

Plymouth Community Homes got an early Christmas present when housebuilder Barratt David Wilson Homes officially handed over the last of the new build homes at one of their new developments.

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