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Youth Leisure Nights Programme Re-starts in Ivybridge

Fusion Lifestyle and South Hams District Council are pleased to announce that a new programme of health and fitness focussed Youth Nights will re-start on Friday 25 February 2022 at the Ivybridge Leisure Centre in Leonards Road.

District Council Balances the Budget and Supports Residents

South Hams District Council is coping well with the financial challenges from Covid-19 and continues to support vulnerable people within the community.

Joint Local Plan Partnership Board Annual General Meeting (A.G.M.)

If you are interested in what our new Climate Emergency Planning Policy and Guidance Consultation Document means for new development, watch the Joint Local Plan Partnership Board A.G.M. on Monday, 21 February 2022 at 11am.

Have your say: tackling homelessness in the South Hams

Now is your chance to have your say on how the Council prevent and relieve homelessness with the launch of a six-week public consultation.

£50,000 Community Funding Support Available for Climate Change

South Hams District Council is launching a £50,000 Climate Engagement Fund to help the District reduce its carbon emissions by supporting community engagement and behavioural change projects.

Omicron Business Support Grant open for applications in the South Hams

A brand new support grant is available for businesses impacted by the Omicron variant of COVID-19 in late 2021 in the South Hams.

Extra £50k funding now available for local wellbeing projects

Voluntary groups in the South Hams are invited to apply for their share of a £50,000 funding pot to support wellbeing projects across the District.

South Hams District Council in District Councils' Top 20 for Climate Action Plans

South Hams District Council (SHDC) is delighted to have scored within the top 20 nationally of all district councils for their Climate Change Action Plans, published yesterday by Climate Emergency UK.

Survey finds Sherford is a top choice for families

Four years since the first house was completed, a survey has found the South Hams' newest town continues to appeal to younger families.

Addressing homelessness in the South Hams is more than helping rough sleepers

Local views on plans to prevent and relieve homelessness may be sought if South Hams District Council Executive Committee agree proposals for a public consultation.

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