We are working in partnership with other councils to encourage local residents and organisations to take actions that both increase quality of life and reduce their carbon footprint to help combat climate change.
Coping with COVID-19, keeping frontline services running, supporting vulnerable people in the community and the loss of vital income streams has not stopped West Devon Borough Council from balancing their books.
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.
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.