A festival of learning at Petroc will highlight part-time courses and give people a chance to see the new building before it opens in September.
The day full of free events aims to encourage people of all ages to stay fit and active with taster sessions.
Scott Craner was nominated for the award by former mayor Councillor Phil Pester.
Torrington man pleaded guilty to drink driving as well as failing to provide a specimin in two separate incidents, court hears.
Expect disruption from Monday to Wednesday as surfacing work is carried out
And black wheelie bin could be collected every three weeks instead of two
Pupils at Pilton Community College staged their own referendum yesterday.
North Devon’s Steve Crowther says the party has won its biggest battle, but there is more work to come
We need stability and reassurance without arguments, says chief executive
Julie Girling and Molly Scott-Cato both released statements following the EU referendum result.
David Cameron has announced he will quit as Prime Minister by October after a humiliating defeat in the referendum which ended with a vote for Britain to leave the European Union.
Peter Heaton-Jones ‘disappointed’ by result but ‘glad’ people had their say
North Devon and Torridge both vote OUT on ‘earthquake’ day for British politics
A hairdresser from Braunton has raised more than £1,000 for charity after shaving her head.
Edgar Fairhurst was convicted of the murder of his partner Marjorie Elphick after a trial at Exeter Crown Court.
Environmental officers respond to barrage of concerns at heated church hall meeting
The Youtube star and professional eater from the States took on the challenge as part of his European tour.
Villagers invited to public open event on Tuesday (June 28)
Hear real Letters from the Trenches at Ilfracombe Library from 6.30pm on Thursday, June 30
Ilfracombe Police are looking to speak to a man seen interfering with seagull nests in the town.
This playful staffie at Ilfracombe Dogs Trust loves nothing more than a good kick-around and is looking for her forever home.
The Tarka Valley Railway is looking for new volunteer as it works on laying track on the old Torrington to Bideford line.
Polling stations across North Devon and Torridge will be open from 7am to 10pm.
Inspector warns parents to ensure their children are attending after-prom parties held by responsible organisers.
Government must now respond to call to stop possible closures of essential services at Barnstaple hospital
Police called out to Torridge Bridge yesterday (Tuesday) to reports of man threatening to jump.
Council plans to build new 100-space car park in Westward Ho! opposite village green where it is proposing new houses.
More great pictures from the weekend’s festival at Croyde
Watch live demonstrations and displays by the armed services at event to mark Armed Forces Day
Free event at The Cedars in Barnstaple on Friday is a chance to network and take part in seminars.
Should we ban net fishing in the Torridge Estaury? Local fishermen are saying no.
UKIP’s North Devon-based national party chairman argues the case for LEAVE
North Devon’s former MP argues the case for REMAIN
Don’t miss Kentisbury Open Gardens on Sunday, June 26
Don’t miss out on Big Purple Day on Friday, July 8
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