Devon Mobile Libraries will be back on the road bringing books to you from July 13th 2020. To make sureRead more
I hereby give you notice of a meeting of the above-named Parish Council to be held on Tuesday 7th JulyRead more
A virtual meeting of the above-named Parish Council held on Tuesday 9th June 2020 at 7.30pm using Zoom as theRead more
This notice invites expressions of interest to tender for the construction of Parracombe Community Stores. Background Parracombe Community Trust Ltd.Read more
With more shops planning to reopen later this month, North Devon Council, together with Barnstaple Town Centre Management and town councils, is putting plans in place to allow residents to visit the town centres safely.
Following the Government’s announcement that non-essential shops will be allowed to reopen on Monday 15 June, signs are being displayed around North Devon town centres to remind those visiting high streets and shopping areas to keep their distance from others, in an effort to control COVID-19.
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Lynton & Lynmouth car parks now accepting cashless payments
Eight car parks in Lynton & Lynmouth are now capable of using the RingGo cashless payment system, with no additional charges so the cost is exactly the same as shown on the tariff boards.
Telephone line maintenance work
Our telephone payment line may be affected by maintenance works between 9am – 11am on Sunday 7 June. Please use the online payment service instead during this time.
Your Views on the ‘New Normal’ in Northern Devon
Has Covid-19 lock-down changed any of your values, opinions or behaviour towards your community and the local environment? Would you like to have your say on how our community moves forward from this crisis?Read more
Lynton Neighbourhood Police Newsletter June 2020
Coronavirus – COVID19 information (Restrictions correct at time of writing)
Lynton Police would like to say Thank You to all those people who have clearly been abiding by the Government Guidance since the lockdown and have only been going out for essential reasons, this is helping to prevent the spread of Covid-19 Coronavirus.Read more
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Beware of NHS Test and Trace scammers
Contact tracers will NEVER
- Ask you to make any form of payment
- Ask any details about your bank account
- Ask you for any passwords or PINs
- Ask you to download anything
Exmoor COVID-19 economic impact survey
If you run an Exmoor based business or do significant business on Exmoor please help Exmoor National Park help you by completing their brief Covid-19 Economic Impact Survey
Out of the 16 public toilets which NDC owns across the district, 7 blocks are now open.
We have concentrated the reopening of toilets to coastal areas where we thought there would be most use. We will be looking to reopen the others shortly but no date has yet been set. We will need to employ more staff to do this as we are using a much more frequent cleaning schedule. It is likely that they will reopen in the next few weeks.Read more
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NHS Test and Trace service launched
The government is introducing the service to help return life more to normal, in a way that is safe and protects our NHS and social care.
Anyone who tests positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) will be contacted by NHS Test and Trace to find out about who they’ve been in close contact with recently. Then, if necessary, those they’ve interacted with will be notified and told they must self-isolate at home to help stop the spread of the virus.
New lockdown restrictions from today – 1 June
From today some of our lockdown restrictions that have been in place have changed.
1) Nurseries and other early years settings and reception, year one and year six in primary schools have reopened in a safe way;
2) Outdoor retail and car showrooms, where social distancing is generally easier, have been able to reopen; and
3) Up to six people can meet outside (in parks, gardens and other private outdoor space) – provided those from different households continue strictly to observe social distancing rules by staying two metres apart.
Register your food business with us
Just a reminder that all food services operating in our district – including temporary and not-for-profit businesses – are required by law to register with us. Registration is simple, free and can’t be refused.Read more