Council presence at North Devon Show

NORTH Devon Council will be attending this year s North Devon Show next Wednesday to tell visitors about its plans for the future.   The council will be hosting a range of displays and activities that include its visions for towns and villages across Nort

NORTH Devon Council will be attending this year's North Devon Show next Wednesday to tell visitors about its plans for the future.

The council will be hosting a range of displays and activities that include its visions for towns and villages across North Devon and its new food waste collection service. There will also be a competition to win a compost bin to recycle leftovers.

The exhibition will include:

* a prize draw to win a �50 voucher,


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* the chance to learn more about recycling and what you can do to help reduce waste,

* the councils planning strategy for development up to 2026 and the progress so far,

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* displays and information from the Citizens Advice Bureau and Scribes writing service,

* 5 x 30 Devonwide Project promoting 'physical activity for health'.

Representatives from the Customer Service Centre will also be walking around the show grounds talking to members of the public about their services and opening hours.

Councillor Des Brailey, Leader of North Devon Council, said: "Our marquee at the North Devon Show last year was really successful and allowed us to speak to the local community and get their views about plans that we have for the future.

"We decided to come along again this year to learn more so I encourage everyone to talk to us so that we can provide even better services. Of course we can then enter you in our prize draw so it really is worth your while to come along and have a chat."

The North Devon Show is taking place at Huntshaw Cross, Torrington.

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