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Three Cheers For Care Home's Youngest Volunteer
Three Cheers For Care Home's Youngest Volunteer
Residents and staff at Tyspane Care Centre in Braunton, Devon are celebrating their youngest volunteer. View post
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Earlier this year Aussie Environmental Ltd were on hand to help Turnchapel Community Residents clean up years of metal debris from their beaches.
Network Rail is holding a series of community drop-in sessions this autumn to update residents and the local community on its ongoing work to improve resilience of the railway between Dawlish and Teignmouth in Devon
National Curry Week has been running for 20 years and involves curry restaurants, caterers and curry lovers across the UK celebrating and raising awareness of the dish with diners and introducing those who have not tried the spices of the East to try them. National Curry Week supports Curry for Change which is a charity giving to provide for starving people in rural communities in Asia and Africa.Kingfisher Beer is the lead sponsor of National Curry Week.
Exeter Chiefs and footwear brand Chatham are teaming up to take promotional merchandise in to a new direction for fans of the Devon club.
Dog Show to raise funds for charities at Royal Marines Commando Challenge, Bicton Arena Sunday 14 October at 11am  
Multiheat infrared electric panel heaters are usually white, but can now be manufactured in any RAL colour to match or compliment the décor, individually created using a high gloss laquer or can be printed with your own jpeg image, business logo or photograph.
Chiefs side to face Munster
Chiefs side to face Munster
Domestically Exeter Chiefs have yet to put a foot wrong in terms on on-field success. Six wins from six games, 29 points out of a possible 30, it’s little wonder that Director of Rugby Rob Baxter is walking around with a smile on his face.
There's lots going on at Mid Devon Leisure's Three leisure centres
TCAT invites you to see plans for a new theatre in Tiverton. Come and meet the team and hear details of the project. This is your chance to share your ideas, contribute to plans and support this exciting project. Venue - Tiverton Community Arts Theatre, Tiverton High School
More than one million people in Britain may be suffering from constant, crippling headaches because they are taking too many painkillers, experts say. The pills people take to relieve headaches and migraines may be making things much worse, according to the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) in guidance to the health service for England and Wales. As many as one in 50 people suffer continual headaches because of “medication overuse”, NICE reports. The problem begins with taking the odd painkiller for tension headaches or migraines, which usually works. But some people take the pills more and more often, until they are on tablets for more than half the days in a month. NICE says that if this goes on for more than three months the medication ends up causing the problem it is intended to cure.
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