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  • Check your taxi or private hire service is licensed!

    By Bude People at 11:54 on 29/11/13
    With Christmas approaching, people in North Devon are being encouraged to make sure they use licensed taxi and private hire services when arranging a night out. As the local licensing authority, North Devon Council has been made aware of claims that some drivers have been promoting their services on social media, even though their vehicles are not licensed. Chair of the Licensing Committee, Cllr Joe Tucker, says: "Drivers who...
  • P45s at Camelford Leisure Centre & Possible Closure

    By BudePeeps at 18:17 on 27/07/12
    Cllr Alex Folkes
    Cllr Alex Folkes comments on the issuing of redundancy notices at Cemelford Leisure Centre, coinciding with the Olympic opening ceremony day, and the possible closure of the centre.
  • Big Up Bude @ Bude Stratton Heritage Day - 5th August

    By BudePeeps at 21:13 on 16/07/12
    Bude Castle, centre for local heritage
    This was a fabulous (sunny, too!!) day last year. Sunday the 5th of August is Heritage Day for Bude and Stratton. A day to remember Sir Goldsworthy Gurney, to learn about the Bude Canal and Harbour, to find out about local history both past and present but most of all to have fun. The free annual celebration will take place around one of the town's most significant building The Bude Castle, constructed by 19th Century Cornish...
  • Nominations Wanted for Cornwall Sports Awards

    By BudePeeps at 17:22 on 12/07/12
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    From the Cornwall Council website: Cornwall Sports Partnership is now inviting nominations for the 2012 Cornwall Sports Awards which will be staged at the Atlantic Hotel in Newquay on Friday 9 November. This prestigious event, staged for the first time in 2006, has been designed to recognise and honour the contributions made by dedicated sports coaches, officials, clubs, volunteers and young leaders from across the county.  ...
  • Cornwall Fire Service Takes to Social Media to Spread the Word

    By BudePeeps at 15:23 on 21/06/12
    Cornwall fire service maximises its impact through social media
    From the Cornwall Council website: "Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service (CFRS) has taken to social media to give web users an insight into life at the Service. Facebook users and Twitter followers will receive updates on incidents and news at CFRS as well as safety messages, campaigns and events. Since joining the sites in March, CFRS has gained more than 280 Twitter followers and over 150 'likes' on Facebook. And the Twitter...

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