News release PR4373 - published on 30 July 2014
Keep Britain Tidy have announced that Tessier Park in St.
News release PR4349 - published on 10 July 2014
FABULOUS flavours, mouth-watering morsels and all the colour and ambience of the Mediterranean will be returning to Princess Gardens, Torquay during the Torbay Royal Regatta from Saturday 23 August until Wednesday 27 August inclusive.
News release PR4348 - published on 10 July 2014
“Torbay Council Beach staff reported a blocked sewer causing leakage this morning at Young’s Park in Goodrington, therefore visitors are asked to stay away from the park whilst work is underway to address the problem.
News release PR4346 - published on 9 July 2014
Torbay Libraries - with the support of the four Torbay Libraries Friends groups – announce the fourth year of their popular annual Poetry Prize in search of the best young poetry talent in the Bay.
News release PR4345 - published on 9 July 2014
An investment package of £7m has been secured for Torbay as part of a wider sub regional deal brought about by the success of a Heart of the South West Local Enterprise Partnership Growth Deal bid.
News release PR4341 - published on 8 July 2014
Torbay Council is once again warning landlords that they must comply with the law and work with the council, where necessary, to improve housing standards or they could face possible prosecution.
News release PR4340 - published on 7 July 2014
To mark the start of the First World War, Torbay Council is undertaking a number of activities including the provision of funding for local memorials and supporting the Royal British Legion’s “Lights Out” initiative.
News release PR4336 - published on 4 July 2014
An eight week consultation gets underway today for the Mayor’s draft savings proposals.
News release PR4338 - published on 2 July 2014
A group of young people from Torbay have been given the opportunity to chart the changing face of Torbay’s coastline from 1919 to the present day.
News release PR4337 - published on 2 July 2014
Visitors to Torre Abbey can now view the stone effigy of a 15th-century knight which has not been seen for over 470 years.