Lords Meadow Leisure Centre will be opening its doors to showcase facilities and activities available to the whole community where ability and age are no barriers.
You are invited to attend a free Open Activity Afternoon on Saturday 21 March, 2015 from 12.00 to 5.00pm at Lords Meadow Leisure Centre, Crediton.
In association with Upstream, The Turning Tides Project, Living Options and supported by Active Devon, the event will offer a wide range of free activities and free taster sessions that are accessible to all, as well as information stands. The event will enable...
Police would like to speak to the driver of a white van who may have witnessed a fatal collision near Lapford on Tuesday 17 February.
The collision involved a Subaru Legacy which was travelling on the A377 from the Eggesford direction towards Lapford, when it left the road Nymet Cross, hitting a culvert wall and telegraph pole before hitting a tree.
The two male occupants of the Subaru were pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics.
At this time no formal identification has been made on the driver of the vehicle involved in the collision.
Just six homes are now available to buy in Summerfield’s exclusive development in a picturesque, Mid Devon village near Crediton. The scheme is the first major residential development in the area for over 20 years and has already seen six plots snapped up by eager homebuyers.
Enjoying panoramic views of the surrounding countryside, Summerfield’s ‘Creedy View’ is a select development of three- and four-bedroom homes that sits on the outskirts of the charming and extremely sought after village of Sandford, near Crediton, Devon.
Each property has been carefully designed by the...
Whether you’re in love with music or need some romance, the Locked Horns Jazz Orchestra are inviting you to kick off the Valentine’s weekend with them on Friday 13 February at the Buccaneer’s Bar.
Boasting more than 20 musicians, the band will be belting out a mix of songs from the sixties to the naughties. The band play a mix of classic and new arrangements and are led by local musician Alfie Pugh. The Locked Horns formed just over a year ago and have already wowed audiences with their rich sounds.
Everyone is welcome to attend this fantastic evening – bring your friends,...
Pupils at a Devon primary school have created their own ‘pop-up’ World War One museum which will be open to the community all next week.
The museum will feature period artefacts such as gas masks and shell casings which have been discovered in relatives’ attics as well as websites and projects featuring the children’s own research into family members who were involved in the war.
The extended project, at Landscore Primary School at Crediton, has been funded by a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund which has enabled Years 5 and 6 to work with a professional ancestry...
Long-established Crediton estate agency, Helmores, believes that the recent changes to Stamp Duty charges, announced in the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s Autumn Statement on 3 December and in effect now, is a much fairer system for home buyers.
Under the new rules, George Osborne has said that 98% of homeowners in England and Wales will pay less Stamp Duty as of midnight on 3 December, meaning that home buyers could save an average of £4,500 on stamp duty (for a property costing £275,000), which bring down the cost of buying a property for all but the highest valued properties....