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Kingsley School celebrates impressive A-Level results Members Public

Sixth form students at Kingsley School celebrate today having achieved A level and BTEC results that surpass pre-Covid, and now post-Covid national averages. The top performing subjects at Kingsley this year were Spanish, Sport and Italian, with 100% of pupils studying these subjects achieving A,* or A* equivalent. Top student

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Libraries to transform into market places Members Public

Libraries in Barnstaple, Exeter and Paignton are being turned into mini marketplaces throughout the year. Libraries Unlimited, the charity that runs the 54 libraries across Devon and Torbay, is launching a new scheme to give sellers and small home-grown businesses the chance to rent Retail Carts in library buildings. Prices

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Don’t lose your voice - it's annual canvass time Members Public

People in North Devon are being urged not to lose their voice on decisions that affect them by making sure their electoral registration details are up-to-date. North Devon Council’s Electoral Services Team are about to start emailing and writing to households to ask them to check that the information

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COTIDAL: New film talks to Appledore residents about living by the sea Members Public

The one-hour long film, COTIDAL: The Appledore Chapter, will premiere on Wednesday, September 21, at 2pm in Appledore Community Hall as part of Appledore Book Festival. COTIDAL is an ambitious new creative artwork by the Devon based artist Tania Kovats, commissioned by the Time & Tide Bell Organisation. Tania’s

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15 shouts in six weeks for busy Appledore RNLI Members Public

In the last six weeks Appledore RNLI has had 15 emergency shouts These were mainly to help with police incidents, boats broken down, swimmers and paddle boarders in trouble and people cut off by the tide. Appledore RNLI would like to urge everyone to know and understand the tide times

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Arson attack on abandoned Torrington creamery - The latest in a spate of arson attacks Members Public

Police in Torrington are investigating fresh reports of arson at the site of the old Dairy in Taddiport, Torrington. Officers wish to remind people they can be sued for trespassing on the site and anyone identified as causing damage or arson will be subject to criminal proceedings. These reports come

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Family pay tribute to Mark Colwill after tragic crash in Holsworthy Members Public

Police have named a man who died after a crash in Holsworthy on Wednesday (August 10). Mark Colwill, 58, from Ashwater, Beaworthy, was pronounced deceased at the scene of the two-vehicle collision, which involved a white Ford Transit van and a red motorcycle. The incident took place at around 6.

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Historic England award to Live Well Braunton and Braunton Men's Shed Members Public

In the South West, nine community-led projects will receive funding through Historic England’s Everyday Heritage Grants: Celebrating Working Class Histories. From Bodmin at work to female convicts sent from Bristol to Australia, the stories of Braunton’s railway workers and workers from a sheepskin factory in Glastonbury, these people-focused

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