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Home and Family News & Updates

Infrared panel heaters are very slim, sitting in total about 4cm deep from the wall, there are no lights or switches, no fans or noise, the panel simply becomes hot, hot enough to give off a wavelength of infrared, a warmth you can feel on your skin, a warmth which also warms objects around you like the walls , floor and furniture, these objects then also give off heat, creating a cosy atmosphere, all this warmth then heats the air, and the air stays warm for longer because it is not being chilled, and you feel cosy.
Infrared heating is the modern electric way to heat your home, rather than storage heaters or radiators, infrared is far more energy efficient and controllable and is becoming the preferred choice of many energy consultants, home builders and large businesses here in the UK.
Help is at hand for Exeter residents who want to own their own home, thanks to an event taking place in the city this month.
Devon and Cornwall’s Police and Crime Commissioner is calling on supermarkets and retailers to join the fight to reduce alcohol related crime and misuse.
The Month Ahead
The Month Ahead
You may need to give yourself a good talking to at the beginning
Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service are reminding people to be aware of possible flooding later today and over the weekend as predicted by the Met Office.
With the current weather warnings in place, South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SWASFT) is urging the public to stay safe and keep informed.
Low activity during strike
Low activity during strike
Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service would like to thank everyone for taking extra care during the Fire Brigade Union strike this morning.
People living close to the River Exe in Topsham and any other parts of Exeter that are at risk of flooding from tidal waters are being warned to protect their properties from an expected tidal surge tomorrow morning (Friday 3 January).
The Fire Brigades Union is to strike tomorrow (3 January 2014) in a dispute with the Government over pension reforms from 06:30am – 08:30am.
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