The PC has received the following email from Devon County Council: Dear Clerk to the Council, By now you would normally have seen a copy of the annual area timetable book. This year, however, with so much disruption, a succession of service changes, reduced travel and a lack of outlets for distribution of paper information, […]
Threats to Devon’s treesAsh dieback is a disease affecting ash trees in our countryside and towns. It threatens to wipe out over 90% of Britain’s native ash species and is likely to cause safety issues that need to be managed by landowners in highrisk areas.Loss of ash trees, woodland, and hedgerow species could have a […]
A letter from the Blackdown Hills Parish Network to the Secretary of State re. Rural Broadband.
Local company news re. Coronavirus food and drink supplies.
This interactive application from the National Atmospheric Emissions Inventory allows you to explore emissions data from their 2017 inventory.
Broadhembury Parish Council is concerned about climate change. Not only because it’s in the news a lot at the moment, but because we live in a beautiful place and many of us rely on the predictability of the seasons for our livelihood. But there is another reason. Young people want us to do more. We […]
News from the Parish Council about recent work undertaken at Colliton Cross.
We have received the following from Kentisbeare Parish Council:
Rural Traffic Speeds in Broadhembury