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As a mum of 2 boys, aged 4 and 10, its always nice to find something that we can all do and enjoy. My dad mentioned taking the boys to the panto and I’m so glad we did! What a treat and what a laugh!!
Do you know former service personnel from the armed forces who have fallen on hard times? Could The Royal British Legion offer a helping hand to a friend or neighbour who is too proud to ask for assistance? Read on for help and guidance.
Need some ideas about things to do in November and December in Barnstaple and North Devon? Here is a great showcase of things not to be missed and ideas for keeping the entire family entertained now the evenings are drawing down and Christmas is closing in!
As we mark another year of a remembrance for the fallen and injured of war, recent and in the distant past, is your local war memorial a fitting tribute to our service personnel? Or does your local place of remembrance in North Devon need re-landscaping and improvement? This scheme might be of interest.
If you've been watching Channel 4 you can't have missed the wonderful program they have been showing about The Landmark Trust and the extraordinary historic buildings they own and manage. Now your charity, educational facility or not for profit organisation has a chance to win ONE of 50 Free breaks.,
Bin it - don't bag it!
Bin it - don't bag it!
People are being urged not to overfill their rubbish bins and avoid putting out extra bin bags full of waste.
Firefighters up and down the country are preparing to roll up their sleeves to take part in the National Car Wash this Saturday, September 12 to raise vital funds for The Fire Fighters Charity.
Celebrating a special birthday is a great way of getting a group of friends together to have a great party and reminisce about happy times together. and adding a theme can really add a buzz to make the occasion even more memorable!
Do you know that BBQs give off poisonous carbon monoxide hours after use? Bringing them into a tent or awning to keep warm is a recipe for disaster.
Fourteen families have moved into new ecologically friendly, high tech homes built by Exeter City Council as part of a project to make the most of underused spaces in the city and create affordable housing for local people.
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