News release PR5114 - published on 31 July 2015
The council intends to hold a referendum in May 2016 on how the Council is run from 2019 onwards.
News release PR5113 - published on 30 July 2015
Torbay Council is pleased to announce the launch of JustPlay ParkGames in partnership with the Friends of Upton Park, Torquay United Football in the Community and the Devon Football Association.
News release PR5112 - published on 30 July 2015
Torbay’s Velopark in Clennon Valley, Paignton, has just celebrated its one year anniversary.
News release PR5110 - published on 29 July 2015
Babies in the UK will soon be offered a vaccine that protects against meningitis and septicaemia caused by meningococcal B (MenB) infection as part of the routine immunisation programme for children.
News release PR5108 - published on 29 July 2015
Torbay Council’s Public Health Team is backing Public Health England’s Be Clear on Cancer campaign aimed at women aged 70.
News release PR5106 - published on 29 July 2015
Torquay Library is pleased to announce its inclusion in a new BT and Barclays initiative to bring free Wi-Fi and hands-on digital support to the communities and residents of Torbay.
News release PR5104 - published on 27 July 2015
Torbay Culture Board, working with the TDA, recently hosted the second Torbay Culture Forum event, Culture: Working Well, which took place at The Grand Hotel in Torquay on Thursday 2 July.
News release PR5103 - published on 27 July 2015
Torre Abbey Historic House and Gardens is hosting Smooth Space artist Kate Paxman’s new two part exhibition ‘Mutability’ and ‘Beaten Earth’ from Tuesday 21 July until Thursday 10 September.
News release PR5102 - published on 20 July 2015
Torbay Council’s Fostering and Adoption teams have been recognised nationally in the recently launched book – The Story of Parliament: Celebrating 750 years of parliament in Britain.
News release PR5092 - published on 20 July 2015
Today (Monday 20 July) sees the launch of Torbay Green Points, a new scheme that will reward the residents of Torbay for reducing, reusing and recycling as well as supporting local charity projects and businesses.
News release PR1 - published on 20 July 2015
Following a serious case review in Torbay, and in line with a National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) campaign, the Torbay Safeguard Children Board is rolling out a local campaign called Handle Babies with Care.
News release PR5099 - published on 17 July 2015
Torbay Council has successfully prosecuted the owner of a South Devon Park Home site under Trading Standards regulations.
News release PR5098 - published on 16 July 2015
Torre Abbey Historic House and Gardens is going medieval mad this summer with family fun events during August.
News release PR5097 - published on 16 July 2015
Torbay residents are to receive important voter registration information, to ensure they are able to vote in future elections.
News release PR5096 - published on 14 July 2015
Torre Abbey Historic House and Gardens has teamed up with Play Torbay, a local leading provider of free play activities, to bring the Torre Abbey History Quest.
News release PR5095 - published on 13 July 2015
Torbay Council’s Building Control Service has won the highly prestigious Best Partnership award at the 2015 Local Authority Building Control South West Building Excellence Awards for its contribution to the delivery of Torbay’s highly regarded Abbey Sands development at Abbey Crescent, Torquay.
News release PR2 - published on 8 July 2015
Since the scheme was first announced in 2012 the construction of the A380 has been known as the South Devon Link Road project. Now the new name of the A380 has been selected at a special panel meeting today (Wednesday 8 July).
News release PR5089 - published on 6 July 2015
Today marks the beginning of Private Fostering Week (6 July to 12 July 2015) and Torbay Council is asking organisations and community groups who work with families to raise their awareness of what Private Fostering is.
News release PR5090 - published on 1 July 2015
The public are being informed that their kindness could kill as part of a new initiative to tackle begging in Torbay.