Exeter Community Energy has now started the installation at Exeter College, the city’s largest community solar power project. Solar panels are being installed on the roof of the Exeter College’s Technology Centre. When completed this 150 kWp installation will be the largest community energy project in Exeter and East Devon.
Tenants living in one of East Devon District Council’s block of flats in Cheshire Road, Exmouth will now be greeted by a colourful mural, which has been mounted on the wall of the communal entrance.
The artwork, which was created by several families who attended the East Devon Estate Management team’s Spring fun day, held earlier this year at Bassetts Farm Primary School, has been placed between protective sheets of fire retardant Perspex.
Councillor Jill Elson, East Devon District Council’s Portfolio holder for Sustainable Homes and Communities, said:
Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust (NDHT) staff on Budlake Ward at Exeter Community Hospital recently held a cupcake day tea party for patients and visitors, to raise money towards a dementia garden at the hospital.
All cakes were handmade by the hospital’s healthcare assistants, and the dayroom was decorated with homemade bunting made by healthcare assistant, Anne Brice.
The afternoon raised £80 through donations from staff and visitors.
Our annual Exeter Walk is taking place again on Saturday 24 September 2016 during international Blood Cancer Awareness Month, where we raise awareness and understanding of blood cancer, the support that exists for patients, and the work that’s being done to beat blood cancer.
Exeter Community Energy has been awarded £19,660 to repeat its success with community-owned solar energy by delivering a renewable heat project in Devon.
The money will be used to replicate the handfull of other community heat projects in the country; will be the first in the south west; and possibly the last Urban Community Energy Fund opportunity as a result of the government’s changing priorities.
Tuesday 26th July, 10.00-12.30 or 13.30-15.30 (Pearson Education Centre)
Travel back to a time in which dinosaurs roamed the earth. Do you like scary dinosaurs or friendly dinosaurs? Create a scary T-Rex or a friendly Stegosaurus. Watch out for those flying Pterodactyls! Finally, make your own dinosaur excavation in plaster to take home.
Dedicated Website Provides Quick and Easy Access to Services and Support for the Armed Forces Community
A dedicated website has launched that makes it quick and easy for members of the Armed Forces Community in Devon to access key services including health, financial and welfare.
The Devon Forces Family (DFF) website www.devonforcesfamily.org.uk is an online directory of services and support for military service leavers, veterans, reservists and their families living in Devon, Plymouth and Torbay.