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It's Not What You Know
South Hams District and West Devon Borough Councils have launched two cartoon characters to remind people to contact the council via their phones and tablets
Free Taxi Driver Training for Safer Communities
South Hams District Council will provide a free training course to raise awareness about Child Sexual Exploitation and how to protect vulnerable people.
Archaeological Findings Reveal Sherford's Ancient 6000 Year History
Landmark discoveries dating back to the Stone Age, including pottery, personal artefacts, tools, barrows and roundhouses, shed light on the lives of historic Devon communities.
Yealmpton Recycling Crew are Shortlisted for Award
The waste collection team in Yealmpton are celebrating after being shortlisted for a Recycle Devon Thank You Award.
Council Outlines Improvements for Kingsbridge
South Hams District Council has outlined improvements worth in excess of £600,000 for Kingsbridge's Quay Wall and Bus Station during 2018
Totnes toilets to reopen
Following a multi-agency meeting with officers from the council and the police, South Hams District Council have confirmed that whilst the drug problem in Totnes has not been solved, they do believe that they can lower the risk posed to the public and therefore the toilets will reopen. But the council have issued a stark warning to the public who use them.
Floodlight Game, Set and Match
The floodlights at Kingsbridge Community Tennis Club are back on after 12 years of not working.
Totnes toilets posed a health risk
The drug users would often leave behind needles and spray blood on the walls. If used, the needles (also known as sharps) which may have been contaminated with infected blood could transmit more than 20 diseases, including hepatitis B, C and HIV. Because of this transmission risk, injuries caused to a member of the public who tries to use the toilets could cause huge stress and worry.
Green Light for Community Lottery
Local good causes can look forward to generating tens of thousands of pounds per year, thanks to approval from South Hams District and West Devon Borough Councils.
Toilets Closing Over Concerns for Public Safety
Selected toilets in Totnes are to temporarily close at Christmas due to concerns over public safety