Friday, 19 January 2018 12:26

May Fair & Carnival Committee Members 2018

Cllr Miss S. Mills (Chair),  Mr R. Rumbold (Treasurer), Miss N. Batty (Secretary), Mrs P. Baker (Minutes Secretary), Mrs A. Ayre, Mr R. Ayre, Miss R. Ayre, Mrs M. Baker, Mrs J. Batty, Miss A. Beer, Cllr Mrs M. Brown, Mr M. Darch, Cllr Mrs D. Davey, Mrs C. Gibbons, Mrs K. Jeffery, Mrs C. Newman, Cllr Mrs C. Simmons, Mrs J. Sutton, Mrs H. Rumbold, Mr P. Tennant, Mr P. Watson, Mr M. Whittaker, Mrs A. Whittaker

Friday, 19 January 2018 09:38

Carnival Queen & Attendants 2018

This year's Great Torrington Carnival Queen has been revealed in the build-up to the celebration of the Mayfair and Carnival.  Megan Cole has been chosen as the Carnival Queen and will be attended by Lauren Standen and Sian Tetley. 

All candidates interviewed well, well done to everyone who put themselves forward. 

Congratulations to the Carnival Queen and her attendants who can be seen pictured below with the Mayor (from left to right - Lauren Standen, Megan Cole, Sian Tetley).

 

Tuesday, 16 January 2018 21:08

Report a Problem

            

 

Do you have a problem with Blocked Drains or Flooding, wish to report a Pothole or Overgrown Vegetation, having problems with a Faulty Street Light or Broken Manhole Cover? items such as these and many others can be reported direct to the relevant department by clicking the following link and then choosing the option you require:-

https://new.devon.gov.uk/roadsandtransport/report-a-problem/

 

Tuesday, 24 October 2017 10:35

Act of Vandalism

Torridge District Council has recently provided two picnic tables for users of the Calf Street Play Area.  Last Tuesday, the Town Council’s Technician found one of the benches vandalised as per attached photo.  Torridge District Council has confirmed that they will be removing both benches as this is the second act of vandalism on the benches over the past couple of months. If anyone knows anything about who is involved in these acts, please contact the Police as soon as possible on 101.

Once again, the minority has spoiled things for the majority and we all have to pay the cost.

Michael Tighe

Town Clerk

 

Friday, 06 October 2017 10:56

Torrington Together - November 2017 Meeting

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Tuesday, 19 September 2017 09:15

Refuse & Recycling

RECYCLING MEMORY JOGGER

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ENHANCED RECYCLING COLLECTION FROM 1ST SEPTEMBER 2017

Torridge District Council have announced that they will be collecting a larger range of plastics in the green recycling boxes from 1st September. Torridge residents will now be able to put clear plastic food trays, yogurt pots and margarine tubs in their green boxes. See poster for more information.

 

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Information on collection dates, collection problems, recycling guides etc can be found on the Torridge District Council Website.

Please visit Torridge District Councils Refuse and Recycling page HERE

 

Tuesday, 05 September 2017 16:30

Unable to find Childcare?

If you are a parent who has been unable to find suitable childcare, please let Devon County Council know by completing this form so they can support you to find childcare and it can help them plan: 

Please click HERE to complete DCC form

 

Friday, 05 May 2017 19:19

May Fair 2017 - Queen & entourage

May Fair day 2017 was another great success with beautiful weather and large crowds enjoying the celebrations. Poppy Rooke was crowned as this years May Queen with Tia Lewis as her Crowner and Matthew Lawton and Billy Mitchell as Heralds. Attendants were Holly Chanell, Isabella Maslanek, Kacey Ashton, Katie Maxam, Cadee Willoughby, Matilda Vallely, Isabel Tucker and Lola Barber.  The theme this year was a "Celebration of Nursing", depicted by nurses caring for soldiers during the Crimean War, I'm sure you will agree the children all look stunning.

      

        

Tuesday, 24 January 2017 11:04

Mayor's chosen Charities

My chosen two charities this year are the North Devon Hospice and the Torrington Army Cadets.

I have supported the North Devon Hospice for several years fundraising.  Two years ago I lost a good friend and workmate who received excellent care at the hospice, but sadly passed away.  I have chosen the North Devon Hospice as one of my charities in memory of this friend and for all they do in our local community. 

During a visit I made to the Army Cadet Force a few months ago I was impressed at the range of activities the youngsters get involved in and the commitment of all of the adult helpers who freely give their time to developing the youngsters. The Cadets also do an enormous amount of work in our community throughout the year and it is for these reasons that I wanted to give my support to this organisation.

Tuesday, 29 November 2016 11:28

Annual Governance Statement 2016

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