Blind and partially sighted people living in Somerset are finding their voices, thanks to a unique opportunity provided by Taunton-based charity Somerset Sight. The charity, which was established in 1919, provides support to more than 3,000 people living in Somerset who are partially sighted or blind. It organises meetings andContinue Reading

A Happy New Year to you all and I certainly hope you have had a great holiday period! We didn’t travel anywhere this year, so had time to just enjoy being in Devon. Did anyone else catch Wandering Tiger’s fantastic Christmas show “Humbug!”? Such a joy and full of festiveContinue Reading

The heritage village of Clovelly in North Devon, famous for its cobbled streets and tiny fishing harbour, has won the National Landlord of the Year award for Energy Efficiency.  Run by the Energy Efficiency Association, the awards were held at the NEC in Birmingham last Friday 18th February, at a dinner withContinue Reading

You’ll perhaps know that Creativity & Performance is something we value very much here. Founded in 1179 as a choir school for Exeter Cathedral, we are now a busy place of learning and growth for some 270 girls and boys. True to our choral roots, we continue to place tremendousContinue Reading

Hoteliers in Bristol have made a fresh plea to the Government to extend the current reduced rate of VAT for their businesses, which face a bleak start to 2022. Most members of the Bristol Hoteliers Association (BHA) suffered a difficult end to 2021 with many reporting business was at leastContinue Reading

I’m shocked that George Eustice, MP-Camborne & Redruth, & UK Secretary of State for the ENVIRONMENT, FOOD & RURAL AFFAIRS, is ignoring science. He, his Government, & Chemical, & Oil industry friends, are promoting the very destruction of these things, while disregarding real solutions. Already ignoring the public comments ofContinue Reading