It's that time of the year again to have another 'West Side' Community Meeting.
This time we're going to be holding it at Redhills School on Wed 25th Apr from 7pm - 8.30pm. We realized that our last meeting went on for longer than we wanted so we're going to cut this one by half an hour.
We've got a lot to fit in but our agenda at the minute is:
1. Meet the team. 2. Current force priorities. 3. Local issues. 4. Modern Slavery and Op Cleft (County Lines) 5. Q&A.
Again we'll be looking at inviting the local Councillors' from each ward so you can ask them...
The Exe Estuary Management Partnership invites you to meet the people who take care of the Exe Estuary and share your views on the revision of zones of activities
If you are a local resident, business or recreational user and want to understand the different roles of organisations looking after the Exe, come along on 8th December, at 6pm (for a 6.30pm start) at the Coaver Club at County Hall in Exeter.
It will be your chance to ask questions and find out more about the different organisations caring for the Exe Estuary.
People in Exeter are being given the chance to quiz councillors on any key issues for the city.
Exeter residents are invited to put forward questions to members of the joint County and City Councils' Exeter Board, at their next meeting on Monday 21 November at 5:30pm at the Civic Centre in Paris Street. The Board allocates 15 minutes for their ‘open forum’, with 3 minutes per speaker, with a maximum of 3 - 4 speakers to allow time for discussion.
Previously, residents have prompted debate about issues including street lighting, homelessness and waste collection. Questions...
An innovative approach to delivering social enterprise projects through micro-granting (where people invest small amounts of money) is due to be launched in Exeter next month.
ExeterSOUP is an event aimed at promoting community-based development through crowd-funding, creativity, collaboration and fun, and will take place at St Sidwells Community Centre, Exeter, on Wednesday, 17 June, from 6pm-8.30.
Creator and event organiser Gemma Hobson explains: “The idea of the event is for everyone to pay a donation of around £5, which also buys them a soup supper and a drink....
If you want to strike success in a business meeting- offer a plate of shortbread, new research reveals.
A study of 2,000 business workers found one in four say they’re more inclined to close a deal in a meeting because of the biscuits provided, with shortbread, chocolate bourbons and flapjacks all likely to win a favourable reaction.
In fact, having the right selection of snacks was deemed more crucial to meeting success than making good small talk beforehand, the study found.
And while it's easy to take the biscuit, there are unwritten rules- waiting for the...
Tourism Society Westcountry’s next meeting is on June 11th at Castle Drogo to discuss the ‘Gove effect’ and what can be done to address the huge loss of business now being seen in the region. The so-called 'Gove Effect' has had a huge impact on tourism in the Westcountry over the last 18 months, with changes to Education Regulations introduced by Michael Gove applying tighter restrictions on holidays in term time.
This has resulted in an £87 million loss of business to the visitor economies of Devon and Cornwall, stemming from families no longer booking term time trips and the...
Members of Natural Devon (Devon Local Nature Partnership) have met with Defra Minister Lord de Mauley.
The meeting was an opportunity to inform the Minister of the achievements and challenges faced by the Partnership, which brings together those working to protect and enhance our natural environment for the benefit of everyone in Devon.
Nicola Bulbeck, Chief Executive of Teignbridge District Council, and Tim Jones, from the Local Enterprise Partnership, discussed issues of development around Exeter and the importance of maintaining green spaces, cycle routes and footpaths...
People in Exeter are being given the chance to quiz councillors on any “burning” issues for the city.
Exeter residents are invited to put forward questions to members of the joint County and City Councils' Exeter Board, at their next meeting on 15 January at 5:30pm at the Civic Centre in Paris Street. The Board allocates 15 minutes for their ‘open forum’, with 3 minutes per speaker, with a maximum of three to four speakers to allow time for discussion.
Previously, residents have prompted debate about issues including street lighting, homelessness and waste collection....