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LEISURE CENTRES SET TO OPEN FOR BUSINESS

Opening Dates Announced: Fusion Lifestyle has been working closely with South Hams District Council and West Devon Borough Council to deliver the safe, phased, reopening of centres with the aim of delivering accessible leisure facilities for everyone in the area.

Council Celebrates National Recycle Week by Thanking Residents

In December 2019, West Devon Borough Council began collecting drinks cartons, aluminium foil and trays and a wider range of plastics as part of their weekly recycling service

Public Urged to be Vigilant for Bogus Green Waste Collectors

The Environment Agency and its partners are concerned about a seasonal trend of green waste fly-tipped near Plymouth.

Councillors support Leisure Centres across the Borough

Thanks to a £292,000 rescue package, both Leisure Centres in Okehampton and Tavistock will be fully open in October. This was unanimously approved by all West Devon Borough Councillors.

Work Out to Help Your Health Out on National Fitness Day

Fusion Lifestyle offers free gym, indoor swim or group exercise session. National Fitness Day takes place on Wednesday 23 September.

SWIM SCHOOL SET TO REOPEN AND SWIMMING PRICES TO BE REDUCED

Fusion Lifestyle and West Devon Borough Council are delighted to announce that Swim School, that has over 2,000 members in the area, will be back from 21 September at all open swimming pools.

Super Recycler Trial to Continue

Early results of the three weekly waste collection trial in West Devon, show positive results, with an initial increase of 2.4% in recycling.

Council Calls for Residents' Thoughts on Tavistock Conservation Area

West Devon Borough Council wants to hear your thoughts about the review of Tavistock's Conservation Area boundary, the Appraisal and Management Plan.

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.

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