Fun days for Torrington and Merton
TWO Community Fun Days are being held for Great Torrington and Merton and their surrounding areas. The first is at Great Torrington Community School from 4pm to 6pm on July 14 and the second at The Clinton Hall, Merton, from 11am to 5pm on July 18, in co
TWO Community Fun Days are being held for Great Torrington and Merton and their surrounding areas.
The first is at Great Torrington Community School from 4pm to 6pm on July 14 and the second at The Clinton Hall, Merton, from 11am to 5pm on July 18, in conjunction with the Merton Vintage Car Rally.
The days are among a number of events planned and co-ordinated by a range of local organisations working in partnership.
They include Devon and Cornwall Police, Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service, Torridge District Council, Devon County Council, Tarka Housing, Devon & Cornwall Housing Association, the Primary Care Trust and Torridge Voluntary Services.
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The aim of these events is to have fun and also to bring to Torrington, Merton and their surrounding parishes, access to a range of community projects and services, putting people in touch with some of the services they know and may need, right on their doorstep.
Fun days at Halwill Junction, Winkleigh and East-the-Water have been very successful and more will be planned in the Torridge area next year.
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