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From Monday, 27/Oct/2014 onwards
l North Tawton Primary School foundation unit leader Bridget Kamel is hit by a custard pie on Children in Need day last Friday.
AMIDST uncertainty over the future of NHS services in Devon, an NHS group has moved to reassure the community that Okehampton Community Hospital’s future looks secure.
CHILDREN at Okehampton Primary have been learning about the magic of reading thanks to a visit from a successful author.
RESIDENTS of North Tawton and users of the town’s medical practice are being asked to come forward and share their views on the future of the town’s healthcare provision.
TWO fire crews from Okehampton attended reports of a vehicle on fire on the A30 near Bratton Clovelly on Saturday afternoon.
THROWLEIGH could get a range of post office services after the Post Office announced proposals for a new hosted outreach service for the village.
A GROUP of travellers has caused major disruption at Simmons Park Car Park this week and Okehampton Town Council says it is doing all it can to ensure it is moved on as quickly as possible.
THIS year’s Devon Stage of the Friends’ Life Tour of Britain generated more than £6-million for the local economy, according to an independent report.
WEST Devon and Torridge MP Geoffrey Cox was given a first-hand account of the work of the Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) organisation at an exhibition in the house of Commons this month.
OKEHAMPTON’s two cadet forces will be presented with certificates recognising their affiliation with the Royal British Legion on Thursday, November 27.
EVERY single resident of Okehampton is being urged to take part in the next ‘Keep Okehampton Tidy’ day on Saturday, November 29.
A WEST Devon solicitor is waiving the normal will writing fees to raise money for charity Will Aid this month.
THE North Dartmoor Search and Rescue Team opened its doors to its sponsors and potential investors on Saturday in its centre of operations on Exeter Road.
OKEHAMPTON Rotary Club is holding its Christmas coffee morning on Saturday, November 22.
MUSIC will ring out from the Charter Hall on Edwardian Evening (December 4) thanks to Okehampton College.
THE ladies of Quinns Hairdressing In Okehampton have shown their charitable sides once again, with a generous donation to support the fight against breast cancer.
PEOPLE in the community suffering from dementia and memory problems who enjoy the monthly Okehampton College Memory Café have been given a boost thanks to Waitrose.
ARTISTIC and creative individuals and groups in the Okehampton area are being called called upon to complete a short survey for a Devon charity faced with rebuilding its headquarters.
THE local ambassador for a charity helping families in Africa has encouraged people in the area to give a charitable gift to a loved one this Christmas.
SEVENTEEN children from the Dartmoor Co-operative Learning Trust were ‘launched into space’ in an exciting gifted and talented workshop last week.
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