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  1. Europe may be about to get its first permanent rainbow crossingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Blaze

    The small market town of Totnes in Devon, England may become the site of the first permanent rainbow crossing in Europe. Devon-based community organisation Proud2Be Project say they have have received widespread support for their plans for a permanent rainbow crossing.


  2. Peninsula League: Teignmouth and Totnes & Dartington share...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | This Is South Devon

    GEOFF BRESLAN said his Teignmouth side gave away some 'horrendous' goals in their dramatic 5-4 win against Totnes & Dartington yesterday. The result leaves the side in line for a top-three finish in Division One East of the Peninsula League and, despite missing out on promotion - they were beaten to a top three finish by Tavisotck in midweek but had already been told their ground wasn't up to scratch - the manager says he must be pleased.


  3. Thumbnail imageRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | This Is South Devon

    Visitors will be able to see bulbs and flowers in bloom and blossoming trees in the historic and beautiful gardens of this estate, set on the banks of the River Dart. And they'll be shuttled to the free Open Day at Sharpham for nothing, thanks to a partnership with Totnes' community transport Bob The Bus.


  4. Peninsula League Division One East round-up: Teignmouth look to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | This Is Exeter

    Player-manager Geoff Breslan says it comes as no surprise that Teignmouth have had their application for promotion to the South West Peninsula League Premier Division rejected. The Teigns, currently fourth in the table, were one of only two sides from Division One East to apply to go up, with the other being table-toppers Tavistock.


  5. Totnes WI presents - Charity Supper Event with Jonathan Dimbley and a Q/A sessionRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 | PR Log

    The Totnes Branch of the Women's Institute are delighted to announce that writer, broadcaster & film-maker Jonathan Dimbleby will be their guest speaker at the Seven Stars Hotel, Totnes, Devon on 2nd June, 2015. PRLog - April 22, 2015 - TOTNES, U.K. -- The Totnes Branch of the Women's Institute are delighted to announce that writer, broadcaster & film-maker Jonathan Dimbleby will be their guest speaker at the Seven Stars Hotel, Totnes, Devon on 2nd June, 2015.


  6. Business Profile: Eco haven is hidden gem in South HamsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | This Is South Devon

    Julian Carnell is trust director at the Sharpham Trust, an education and conservation charity based on a stunning 550-acre estate adjoining the River Dart. Here he talks to Herald Express business editor JAN WOOSTER ANSWER: Sharpham Trust is a registered charity that cares for a 550-acre estate on the banks of the River Dart near to Totnes.


  7. Car fire in Berry PomeroyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | This Is South Devon

    One fire engine from Totnes was called to the village in the South Hams just before midnight after a report of a car fire A fire service spokesman said: "On arrival, the officer in charge confirmed there had been a small fire in the engine compartment which was out on arrival of the fire service.


  8. Peninsula League Division One East round-up: Lee Annunziata says...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 19 | This Is Exeter

    St Martins manager Lee Annunziata has ruled out a top two finish for his side this season, yet says top five is still a great achievement St Martins manager Lee Annunziata admitted the best team won as his side suffered a 2-0 loss to Tavistock on Saturday. Tavistock's victory sent them top of the league on goal difference, eight points ahead of St Martins - who beat Alphington 2-0 last Wednesday - in third.


  9. Peninsula League: Teignmouth and Galmpton United both have...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 19 | This Is South Devon

    TEIGNMOUTH cannot go up after it was announced they had failed their ground-grading last week - but all the signs are they won't finish in the top three and above the new leaders Tavistock anyway. Only Teignmouth and Tavistock applied for promotion to the Premier Division of the Peninsula League - and, having traded places at the top of the Division One East table with Galmpton United all season, Teignmouth looked to be on track to finish above Tavistock and in an all-important top-three place.


  10. My Secret Westcountry: Oli CoyshRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | Western morning News

    Read more great articles like this in West magazine every week, free with your Western Morning News on Sunday. Follow us on Twitter @WMNWest Oli Coysh left the TV industry to co-found Exeter coffee shop and bakehouse the Exploding Bakery, with friend Tom Oxford.


  11. Writing course will be held by award winning authors next monthRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | This Is Exeter

    Ways With Words are hosting a five-day holiday course on reading and writing at the beautiful location of Fingals Hotel. Those with a love of words are invited to come along to the award-winning hotel that is nestled just outside Dittisham, close to the River Dart.


  12. Inspirational young Paignton entrepreneurRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | This Is South Devon

    Luke Hill, 16 , has, over the past two years, shot weddings and events and last year a photo of the Rowcroft Colour Rush made the front cover of a publication called Hospice Matters which is sent out by Rowcroft Hospice to its supporters in the local community. He set up as a self-employed photographer on January 1 this year and has now expanded his business by undertaking Google training.


  13. 'Eco-home' self-build gets under wayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 12 | BBC News

    Six detached houses with three or four bedrooms are being built in Broadhempston, near Totnes, by local families and couples. The Broadhempston Community Land Trust was set up four years ago to enable local residents in need of housing to self-build affordable homes.


  14. Peninsula League Division One East round-up: Dave Evans says...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 12 | This Is Exeter

    Dave Evans says Exeter University's Easter exodus of players has been the worst he's seen in 15 years. With nine first team players out, the Students lost 5-1 away to Brixham on Saturday, and manager Evans says there was little his side could do about the game, as they trailed 4-1 at the interval, with Jack Jones getting their goal.


  15. Brixham parish meeting 'illegitimate' a " so new date setRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 10 | This Is South Devon

    BRIXHAM Town Council has claimed that Tuesday's parish meeting called by the group Abolish Brixham Council is not legitimate - and the council has called another parish meeting for Thursday, April 23. ABC called the meeting to enable residents to debate whether or not Brixham Town Council should be scrapped, and the group hoped that a parish poll would be called on the subject, which would be held on election day, May 7, to save the expense of a poll at a later date. Town clerk Tracy Hallett said ABC had given 13 days' notice for the parish meeting agenda item, whereas legislation states that 14 days' notice must be given.


  16. Lincoln Shaw: Volunteers making things growRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | This Is South Devon

    IT'S called dedication and it cheered me up immensely on a day when everything seemed to be going wrong. Luke Everleigh's long and busy day made me feel a touch ashamed I was feeling so grumpy.


  17. Article ImageRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 8 | This Is South Devon

    Matt Buzzo has been chef/owner of the award-winning Waterside Bistro in Totnes for 10 years. Here he talks about supporting local producers and suppliers to keep money in the local economy.


  18. Music with Guy Henderson: Heartfelt Hannah wows audiencesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 8 | This Is South Devon

    Pairing with long standing collaborator and multi-instrumentalist Stefano Della Casa, Hannah is bringing her recent release The Space In Between to venues and festivals across the country. Tom Robinson, of BBC 6 Music, said: "Sooner or later Hannah's combination of talent, charm and determination is certain to gain her the breakthrough she's seeking and as far as I'm concerned it can't happen soon enough."


  19. Firefighters battle thatched cottage blazeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 7 | This Is South Devon

    FIREFIGHTERS from all over South Devon fought a blaze at a thatched property in Tuckenhay on Monday night and into Tuesday morning. Fire appliances from Totnes, Dartmouth, Paignton, Buckfastleigh, Newton Abbot, Torquay and Brixham were sent.


  20. How to live in a Transition TownRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 5 |

    Although the term A A Transition Town has stuck, what we are talking about are Transition suburbs, Transition islands, Transition valleys, Transition anywhere-you-find-people. The concept emerged in 2004 at an Irish tertiary institute in County Cork during the teaching of a ground-breaking permaculture course led by English environmentalist Rob Hopkins.