Culm Valley Sports Centre is 30 years old in February and a week of celebrations begin on Saturday 7 Feb with the official opening of the newly refurbished fitness studio.
Staff at Culm Valley Sports Centre are planning a whole week of fun from 7 to 13 February. They’re looking forward to showcasing their new gym equipment, refurbished Centre and range of activities and classes on offer to customers old and new. Come along and join in the celebrations!
The week starts on Saturday 7 Feb with the official opening of the refurbished fitness studio with invited guests, followed...
Doesn’t the sound of spending New Years Eve with The Beatles sound just fab? Well that’s exactly what you will be doing when you join us on 31st December 2014 for our New Years Eve Party here at Exmouth Pavilion, featuring THE FAB BEATLES!
Our staff will greet you on arrival at 7.30pm with a welcome glass of Bucks Fizz in our new lounge bar area. You’ll then be shown to your reserved table where you can enjoy a hog roast with the trimmings, followed by a naughty but very nice dessert. Then, once everyone has eaten, around 9.30pm THE...
The Two Bridges Hotel in the heart of Dartmoor National Park is kicking off the Christmas season with a Festive Murder Mystery Evening. Those looking for something different for their Christmas party need look no further than this ‘Murder at Dowton’ themed event.
Hosted by Lord and Lady Downton, the event will take place on Friday 5 December from 7pm till late. Guests are invited to dress up and enter the intrigue at the Two Bridges Hotel, just 30 minutes from Plymouth and a short drive from Tavistock, with a chance to win a prize for best-dressed post Edwardian guest.
The first Green MEP for the South West, Molly Scott Cato, is in line for a ‘Green Ribbon’ award for European Parliamentarian of the Year today. She is nominated for her ‘impressive performance as a newly elected MEP’.
The Green Ribbon Political Awards are awarded to politicians, businesses and NGOs both in the UK and abroad for their environmental achievements. The awards are decided by a high profile panel of judges, which this year include Baroness Parminter, environmentalist Jonathan Porritt and environmental journalist Geoffrey Lean.
The Green Party in Exeter has written to Council leader, Cllr Pete Edwards, demanding an urgent response to the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
Greens point to the ‘critical role of local councils’ in tackling climate change, identified in the IPCC report.
The Green Party is calling for an immediate review of current strategies, policies, investments and partnerships and for the Council to consider immediately how mitigation and adaptation measures to tackle climate change can be introduced. Measures being proposed by the Greens...
People planning a Christmas party are being urged to look before they book ahead of this year’s festivities.
Exeter City Council working in partnership with the Food Standards Agency, is urging people to check the restaurant, pub or cafe’s food hygiene ratings before making a booking.
“It’s the things you can’t see – like germs spread by bad hygiene practices - that people need to consider. There’s one easy way to set your mind at rest – check the food hygiene rating,” said Cllr Keith Owen, Lead Councillor for Environment, Health and Wellbeing.