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Customer Satisfaction Survey Reveals Public Views
[Thursday 6 May 2004, 09:35]
Results of a survey into customer satisfaction with North Devon District Council show both where the authority is getting it right and where there is need for improvement. The people of North Devon are highly satisfied with the Council’s recycling service and compared to the rest of Devon the authority comes in at joint second with almost 4 in 5 people saying they are happy with it. Also scoring highly among residents are the Council’s recreation facilities such as its theatres, museums and parks.
Get Fit with Multi-Sports Events
[Wednesday 5 May 2004, 09:37]
People in North Devon keen on getting fit are being encouraged to sign up for two exciting sports events happening within the next few months. The North Devon District Council Sport and Recreation Unit is promoting a ‘Beach Aquathlon’ and the North Devon Triathlon - both being organised by the North Devon Triathletes.
Help Needed to Revamp Bicclescombe Mill
[Wednesday 28 April 2004, 09:40]
People with an interest in the history of Ilfracombe are being urged to sign up for a special project. North Devon District Council is seeking volunteers to join a taskforce to revamp the old corn mill in Bicclescombe Park. A meeting has been arranged for Wednesday May 12th for anyone that is interested in taking part.
Shapland and Petter Project Co-ordinator in Place
[Tuesday 27 April 2004, 09:42]
Plans to celebrate the 150th birthday of Barnstaple door-making firm Shapland and Petter are underway at the Museum of Barnstaple and North Devon. The Heritage Lottery funded project now has a Project Co-ordinator in the shape of Claire Gulliver who will be working for two days per week. Now the search is on for people who can lend a hand with the project. Claire is looking for volunteers to help her with a variety of activities based around researching and preserving this important area of the town’s history.
Chulmleigh’s New Multi Use Games Area Opens
[Monday 19 April 2004, 09:44]
The people of Chulmleigh are celebrating the completion of their much-anticipated Multi-Use Games Area. The brand new facility provides the town and its surrounding areas with two separate floodlit pitches – an all weather, high quality synthetic surface suitable for football and hockey and a tarmac surface for netball and basketball. 'MUGA@Chulmleigh’ as the project is known is being hailed as a success not only for the users of this facility, but also for the way the entire community pulled together in order to fund the project.
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