Wenea South West are aiming to raise £400,000 through a 10-year investment bond offer on ethical investment platform, Ethex.
The funds are intended to help them deploy at least 100 rapid electric vehicle (EV) chargers across 44 locations in Devon. This roll out of public chargers will enable more people across Devon to make the switch to electric vehicles, vastly improving air quality and cutting traffic carbon emissions.
Wenea are also working with electric car sharing service, Co-Cars, enabling people for whom the cost of an EV is prohibitive to rent them by the hour....
The Pokémon Futsal Youth Cup regional rounds are due to take place between the 7th May 2022 and the 5th June 2022. This set of games will decide the final teams that will participate in the finals tournament on the 18th and 19th of June. This tournament is a showcase of the fantastic club futsal talent in the UK and the partnership between Pokémon and England Football.
Round 1 of the regional stage of the competition took place on the 7th and 8th May at The University of Wolverhampton, Walsall Campus, with teams from Birmingham, Cornwall, Somerset, Devon, Derbyshire and Cheshire...
Independent lager brewery, Utopian Brewing, is raising funds for Ukraine by making donations from the sales of its two best-selling lagers.
The young, Devon-based brewery – which recently scooped two regional gold awards at the SIBA BeerX Independent Beer Awards– created its ‘Stand with Ukraine’ fundraiser after the Russia-Ukraine conflict began.
The brewery, which uses 100% British ingredients and sustainable practices to produce its great-tasting interpretations of classic lager-styles, has so far donated £950 via the Humanity and Inclusion Fund as part of its ongoing...
On Sunday 15th May, South Devon’s Buckfast Abbey will host a launch event for a new CD which features the complete organ music of Father Sebastian Wolff – a former respected Organist at Buckfast Abbey.
The event has been organised to celebrate Wolff’s significant contribution to the world of organ music in the twentieth century, and will take the form of a 30-minute concert recital and presentation of the CD in the Abbey Church, followed by a drinks reception with Fr Sebastian in the Abbey’s newly refurbished Schiller Hall.
UK law firm Michelmores has announced its latest round of promotions which includes four of its female Senior Associates to Partner level. The promotions bring the Firm's partnership to 72 and increase its proportion of female partners to over 40%.
Commenting on this year's promotions, Tim Richards, Managing Partner said:
"Congratulations to our new Partners for this milestone achievement in their legal careers. In 2018 we set ourselves a target for our partnership to be at least 30% female, and I am delighted to say that we are now far beyond that, at over 40%....
A leading builders merchant has marked the opening of a new branch in Exeter by supporting a south west charity and hosting a special darts event.
As part of its ongoing expansion around the UK, Selco Builders Warehouse has cut the ribbon on a new branch on Filmer Way in Marsh Barton, its 73rd in the UK.
To mark the opening, Selco made a £1,000 donation to Jay’s Aim – a south west charity which provides support to community groups looking to purchase defibrillators - as well as pledging a further £2,000 to its nominated charity Cancer Research UK.
Devon-wide health and well-being charity Westbank Community Health and Care is delighted to welcome personal injury lawyer James Wood as its newest Trustee. His appointment was confirmed by the board on Wednesday (27th April).
James, who’s a paraplegic following a motorcycle accident as a young man, lives in Exeter and is a former Managing Director of a unique legal service called Aspire Law. Set up as a joint venture between Aspire Charity and a leading UK law firm, it made significant gains in the personal injury market under James’ stewardship - resulting in a lucrative extra...
The RSPB is reminding the public that most baby birds found on the ground, don’t need rescuing – it’s part of the natural fledging process.
Morwenna Alldis, spokesperson for the RSPB said: “At this time of year we get hundreds of calls from well-meaning members of the public about the seemingly helpless baby birds they’ve discovered on the ground. And with the past two years of lockdown spurring us to pay closer attention to our gardens and greenspaces, our now expert nature eyes may spot even more chicks than usual. But most of the time it’s important that we resist the urge to...