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Anti-Fracking March “Let Communities Decide”

The 3 imprisoned anti-fracking protesters ...have now been released, having previously been given custodial sentences on "manifestly excessive" punishment terms, by a judge with alleged links to a firm profiting from fracking. One of the protesters, Rich Loizou, a nature connection and land-based learning facilitator at Schumacher College in Dartington and ...
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Are we being short-changed?

Devon County Council seems to have given up on Totnes. Was it as a result of losing the legal battle over its High Street scheme that went to the Court of Appeal in April 2016? Some say it cost Devon County Council over £100,000 in legal fees. As a result ...
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Puddavine Yard: Clever by half in the wrong location

Contributing Editor Perspective Whatever finally happens to the proposed cargo container commercial/retail space at Puddavine Yard, it has so far provided an interesting glimpse into the strange machinations that attach themselves to the planning process. For the uninitiated, a planning application has been submitted to South Hams District Council to ...
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The Totnes Holistic Bus Service

As you would expect in a land of crystals, generic healing and wooden mushrooms, Totnes' very own Bob the Bus is considerably more than two yellow mini buses chuntering around town. Totnes Pulse decided to find out more and during October, we will be highlighting this truly innovative service. We ...
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Totnes Community Hospital

You may be lucky enough never to have seen behind the long, yellow-grey frontage of Totnes Hospital on Coronation Road. You might be happy just knowing it’s there, with the Fire Station in front and a view to St Mary’s behind - a reminder that when things go wrong, there ...
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