Time is ticking for South West social ventures to apply to a £600,000 investment and support programme which has been launched by Dartington Trust, Plymouth University and South West Investment Group.
Just days remain for social entrepreneurs to get on to the cutting edge Seedbed programme, which will provide the expertise and finance to help social ventures grow, create sustainable jobs and contribute to the local economy and community.
Last month dozens of potential applicants attended a series of taster events held across the region, where they got to meet the team and...
153 prospective employees have attended two recruitment days at Axminster and Seaton hospitals in February as work continues to re-open the inpatient beds at Axminster community hospital.
Members of the Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust and the League of Friends in Axminster and Seaton have been working together to recruit full time and part time nurses to safely re-open 16 beds in Axminster, the equivalent of 11 extra nurses are needed and this new way of working is bringing us closer to our target. The beds at Axminster have been temporarily closed in January due to concerns...
Peacefully on 16th February 2015 at The Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital, Daisy aged 82 years.
Beloved wife of the late Bill, loving mother to Eric and Roy, daughter-in-law to Stella, much loved nannie to Adrian, Kay and Chris, great-nannie to Isobel, Jake and Evelyn. Funeral service at the Exeter & Devon Crematorium on Friday 6th March at 3.15pm St. Paul's Chapel.
Family flowers only please, donations if desired for Arthritis Care may be sent to: LeRoy Funerals 10 Alphington Road Exeter EX2 8HH
Studio 36 in the unlikely setting of an artist’s studio in St Leonards, Exeter, will host a lively tongue in cheek performance by skilful musicians, song writers, poets, & artists of various kinds challenging authoritarian notices on Saturday 28 February.
Do Not Do This! Watch Out for That! No guns, drugs, biking, ball games, jumping from bridges, dogs, parrots or balloons. Look out too for lethal electrics, biting donkeys, vertical drops, heavy seas and submerged objects!
These notices which have inspired the ‘ Why Not? What If?’ event have poured in from family and...
Receiving a delivery of milk bottles at a children’s centre might not seem unusual, but Whipton Children’s Centre has received 500 plastic milk containers and not a dash of milk!
However, they weren’t disappointed because they had asked recycling company SITA UK, which collects unwanted materials from households on behalf of East Devon District Council, to provide the empty containers so that they can build an igloo for the children.
Leanne Cooper and Sue Skinner who work at the Children’s Centre for All2gether which is for children aged 2-4 years are now going to spend...