Thursday, 13 December 2018 17:18

Time to Talk

Join us for a fantastic evening to raise funds for the Mayor's Appeal, with the fantastic "Ronnie Del Rio" at The Torrington Arms on January 19th 2019 from 8pm til late.  Admission £5 to include light refreshments and all profits to the North Devon Hospice and The Torrington Memory Cafe.  Draw prizes are welcome.  Phone Mayor Di Davey on 01805 624694 or Dick on 07592 587925 to book tickets.

Please note that the Town Council offices will be closed from Thursday 20th December 2018 at 1pm until Wednesday 2nd January 2019 at 9am.

In case of emergency, please telephone the Mayor on 01805 624694, or Torridge District Council on 01237 428700.

 

Karen Chapman (Town Clerk)

Please note that Clarity Counselling will be closed for Christmas on Tuesday 25th December and Tuesday 1st January 2019.

Thursday, 29 November 2018 20:28

Parking Charges in December 2018

Torridge District Council has confirmed the “small businesses free parking day” across all Torridge District Council car parks will be on Saturday 1st December 2018.

Great Torrington Town Council Members unanimously agreed to cover the cost of free parking at Sydney House Car Park on the following Saturdays in December: 8th, 15th and 22nd December 2018 between the hours of 8 am and 12 noon.

Additionally, the Council agreed to have its second allocated free parking day on Monday 24th December 2018

Karen Chapman (Town Clerk)

Great Torrington Town Council

Monday, 12 November 2018 12:05

Great Torrington Museum - Winter update

Great Torrington Heritage Museum is now closed for the winter months. The museum will open the doors again for the summer in the first week of May. 

After Christmas we will be starting on the annual clean of the museum and displays, changing displays and painting areas of the museum which are looking tired. We urgently need volunteers so come and help and you can also learn a little history.

Email, Torrington.museum@hotmail.co.uk or drop a note into the museum, 14 South Street, Torrington, for the attention of Val Morris.

Tuesday, 04 September 2018 14:43

TTVS Membership

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Tuesday, 17 July 2018 19:53

Mayfair Slideshow

Please click the link below to view a lovely slideshow of photographs taken by and put together by Cllr John Insull:-

Mayfair Slideshow

Monday, 18 June 2018 08:56

Mayfair Carnival Cup Winners

Decorated Float, Original  - Cup won by  “The Soul Taker” (K. Hill & Family)

Decorated Float, Comic -  Cup won by “The Very Last Stones Tour”  (Cockwill family & Wrinklies Cavaliers)

Decorated Float, Local Family  -  Cup won by “The Soul Taker”  (K. Hill & Family)

Best Overall Float -  Cup won by  “The Soul Taker” (K. Hill & Family)

Adult Walking Character  -  Cup won by “President Putin”  (C. Tattersall)

Walking Characters (3 or more)  -  Cup won by “Swan Lake, Birds of a Feather”  (C. WAGS)

Carnival Queen -  Cup won by Barnstaple Carnival Queen

Fairy Queen  - Cup won by Holsworthy Fairy Queen

     

         THE SOUL TAKER - OVERALL WINNER                THE VERY LAST STONES TOUR

                    

              PRESIDENT PUTIN              SWAN LAKE - BIRDS OF A FEATHER            

  

 BARNSTAPLE CARNIVAL QUEEN               HOLSWORTHY FAIRY QUEEN

The two charities I have chosen for my mayoral year are the Memory Cafe here in Torrington and the North Devon Hospice.

I chose the Memory Cafe because of the increasing number of people suffering from dementia, which is such a cruel disease and has such an impact on family and friends. The Cafe offers stimulating activities for both carers and people with dementia which can help prevent isolation, boredom and also have the opportunity of talking about issues with people who are experienced in dementia care.

The North Devon Hospice was chosen by me because like many others here in our community I’ve seen at first hand the valuable work done by them, including the care and support they have given to my family, friends and colleagues when suffering from cancer and other life-limiting illnesses.

It is a sad fact that in this day and age charities are at times struggling to maintain the income needed to continue to do the great work they do. I hope that our community will continue to support the North Devon Hospice.

 

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