NEWS

USEFUL TELEPHONE NUMBERS

Care Direct Social Services 0845 1551 007

Highways 0345 155 1004 or 0845 155 1004

Emergencies (out of hours)

  • Care Direct - Social Services: 0345 600 0388 or 0845 600 0388
  • Highways: 0345 155 1008
  • Animal welfare, petrol and explosives: 01392 499499

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FOR BUDLEIGH SALTERTON MET OFFICE LATEST PLEASE FOLLOW THIS LINK 

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Temporary Prohibition of Through Traffic Notices 

Please be aware that the south west coast path along the River Otter between Budleigh Salterton Lime Kiln car park and White Bridge, on South Farm Road, has been temporarily closed with immediate effect.
Emergency Closure of Budleigh Salterton/ Otterton/ East Budleigh FPs

https://www.devonnewscentre.info/flooding-closes-south-west-coastpath-at-budleigh-salterton/  

17 Sept - 31 March 2019 Temporary Traffic Order - Various Roads - Exeter & Exmouth Area, Exeter, Budleigh Salterton, Exmouth, Woodbury (TTRO1826749)

29 Sept 2018 Temporary Traffic Order - Upper Stoneborough Lane, East Budleigh Road, East Budleigh Road, Coastguard Road, Marine Parade, Fore Street, High Street, Station Road, Westhill, Budleigh Salterton (TTRO1826259) 

3-5 October 2018 Temporary Traffic Notice - Knowle Road, Budleigh Salterton (TTRO1826127) 

8-10 October Temporary Traffic Notice - East Terrace, Budleigh Salterton (TTRO1826878) 

11 November Temporary Traffic Order - Coastguard Hill, Marine Parade, Fore Street, High Street and The Lawn, Budleigh Salterton (TTRO1827047)

Temporary Traffic Order - High Street, Fore Street, Station Road and The Lawn., Budleigh Salterton (TTRO1827342)

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EAST DEVON DISTRICT COUNCIL

From May 2018 East Devon District Council will be taking subscriptions for the new Green Waste service.

Further information on the new service can be found on our website http://eastdevon.gov.uk/recycling-and-rubbish/new-green-waste-service-2018/

After successful trials in the area, in June 2017 East Devon District Council rolled out their new recycling scheme in Budleigh Salterton.  For more information please click on the link below.  
http://eastdevon.gov.uk/recycling-and-rubbish/new-recycling-and-waste-service-2017/


East Devon have produced an easy to use A-Z of what to recycle where, please click on the link  to access the guide.
http://eastdevon.gov.uk/recycling-and-rubbish/which-bin-do-i-use/a-z-of-recycling-and-disposals/

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PINPOINT Community Services in Devon 

Pinpoint is a free online directory of support and services available within Devon, providing information on advice services, care at home, staying healthy, social groups and much more.

Pinpoint launched recently replacing the Devon Community Directory.  To find out a little more, please click here.

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Developments and latest position of the super fast broadband programme

Can be found on the connecting Devon and Somerset website by clicking on this link: http://www.connectingdevonandsomerset.co.uk/
 

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FAB Link Interconnector Project

For more information on the project to build the 220- kilometre France-Alderney-Britain electricity connector and the proposed subsea and underground cable route and converter station please follow the link -  http://www.fablink.net/

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Budleigh Wellbeing HUB 
The types of services which are available in the new health and wellbeing hub include additional physiotherapy, podiatry, hospice services and audiology. Please visit the website for more information http://www.budleighhospitalhub.org/


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Budleigh Salterton Police "Have your say"
These sessions will be held once a month in the Library, where our local PCSO will be available to discuss policing issues.  See posters for dates and times. 

 

Devon and Cornwall Police have received reports relating to a professionally run national scam.

This has led to many vulnerable people, who are often elderly, being ruthlessly defrauded out of thousands of pounds. For information please follow the link.

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Water Quality
Bathing water at beaches is regularly tested by the Environment Agency.  It is measured by the amount of bacteria within a water sample. Counts are undertaken throughout the bathing season to see if the water quality meets the European Union's (EC) Bathing Water Directive. The directive sets limits for a number of substances and all countries in the EU have to make sure their popular beaches meet these standards. These popular beaches are known as designated bathing waters.

 

Bathing waters must be tested at weekly intervals between 1 May and 30 September, with a minimum of 20 samples tested.  There are two measurement criteria - a minimum standard, which must be met in order for a bathing area to pass, and a higher standard, which member states should strive to achieve. 

We have included a link to the EA website to view test results.

South West Water have produced a leaflet about Bathing Water in the South West. To view it please click here

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You may notice there are occasionally a number of tankers in Lyme Bay. To find out what individual tankers are carrying and their destination please go to Shipping Movements.

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