The Garden Club talk planned for Thursday 16th September has been cancelled. All members have been notified and the committee offers their apology for the short notice if you were intending to come along as a visitor. Continue reading Garden Club closes and talk cancelled
West Blackdown residents are now being connected to Brentor’s new digital broadband network. The first connection was made on 23 August 2021. Several previous deadlines had been missed, but now all the months of battling with BT and Openreach, and all the countless telephone conversations and emails to Ofcom, our MP etc , have finally produced a result. Continue reading Fibre network underway
A local resident has written to Dartmoor National Park Authority Chief Executive Officer, Kevin Bishop, about the proposed railway reinstatement. His reply can be seen by clicking the image on the right. Let’s hope that Dr Bishop goes on to represent the views of National Park residents as well as the Park itself!
This issue has been going on for some time. As the CEO says, Dartmoor National Park Authority commissioned a report in 2015 to identify the key issues for the proposed line. Click here to see the report, called ‘Devon Main Line Route Options – DNPA Scoping Report. Continue reading Main line railway through Brentor?
Highland cattle are back on Gibbett Hill, so if you are walking take care. In the past two years walkers with dogs have been attacked by the cattle, especially when calves are present. You are particularly advised not to walk between the cattle. Continue reading Highland cattle – take care!