Ruby Country Medical Centre
Due to an unexpected vaccine delivery yesterday, we will be holding a small Astrazeneca clinic on Saturday. This will be used for first doses for anyone in groups 1-9 who missed out in March or have changed their mind, and for those patients aged 45-49. We only have limited appointments so we will book as many as we can. We are sending out staggered invitations. If you receive a text from us and are booked elsewhere, please use the link to decline the invitation so we can invite enough patients to fill the clinic. For this clinic, we will be calling and texting out to manage the numbers, so please do not call in unless you receive a text asking you to.
Torridge District Council
Grants & Funding Information – Updated 16th April 2021
Learning through Landscapes; Local School Nature Grant Scheme – 30th April 2021
Stick with us and keep following the guidance to keep everyone safe and well.
We need the support of local residents and visitors to keep following the guidelines. Please remember to follow advice and guidance around social distancing, washing hands and sanitising hands regularly, wearing a face covering in enclosed spaces (unless exempt), and avoiding busy places.
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The deadline to apply for a postal vote in the upcoming Devon County Council elections is fast approaching.
We understand that voting by post will provide a safe option for many this year, so it’s important to make sure you’re well prepared. You can find out more about how to apply on our website.
The deadline to submit your application is Tuesday 20 April at 5pm.
Whether you decide to vote by post, by proxy or in person at a polling station, plans are already being made to ensure you will be able to cast your vote safely.
Find out more on our News Centre.
Flowers and Tributes
In order to comply with COVID-19 restrictions in place, and to prevent the spread of infection, members of the public are asked not to
lay flowers or other memorial items such as candles, messages and mementoes, at Royal Residences or other public spaces.
Members of the public are encouraged to make donations to one of His Royal Highness’ patronages instead of floral tributes.
More information is on the The Royal Family website.
There is no official arrangement for giving donations in memory of The Duke of Edinburgh.
During the current public health situation, Books of Condolence will not be available for the public to sign.
Members of the public wishing to express their condolences are encouraged to send a message to the
Royal Family via the online Book of Condolence on the below website.
This is also available on Holsworthy Town Council Website
10th June 1921 – 9th April 2021
The Mayor of Holsworthy Cllr. Helen Parker, Holsworthy Town Council, the Town Clerk and officers,
would like to express the sadness of the Council and people of Holsworthy at the news of the death of HRH The Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh.
We send our condolences to Her Majesty The Queen and The Royal Family.
Flags are being flown at half-mast at Holsworthy Memorial Hall.
If you wish to pay your respects, an E – Book of Condolence is available on the Holsworthy Town Council Website.
Devon County Council
Positive cases of COVID-19 in Devon have remained relatively stable over the last week, but we’re seeing some outbreaks, particularly at indoor workplaces. Rates are still slightly higher in East and Mid Devon and highest across the county in those aged 20 to 39 years old