EXETER DEAF ACADEMY PLAYING FIELD. (Mount Radford Lawn.)
We recently heard some very good news that Mount Radford Lawn has been listed by Exeter City Council as an "Asset Of Community Value".
This does not come with any guarantees of its future, but it is an important step along the way to keeping the playing field as a playing field.
The the owner has asked for a review of the decision to list.
To find out how the listing helps us and more, go to the ECC website here.
To see our vision for how this playing field could be used for the community - click here.
Following the Government’s announcement of a £250 million emergency active travel fund, a series of temporary measure to support public safety are being explored by Devon County Council. These outline the County’s immediate priorities for supporting social distancing on key travel to work routes, city and neighbourhood shopping centres.
The traders have been consulted, Exeter C.C. is involved as well as Devon C.C. See the four links below.
It seems that changes will be made for a 6 month experimental period.
DCC wouold like your feedback on all the changes, both postive and negative. To do so email Carol Whitton our local DCC Councillor.
The first reactions to the changes in Magdalen Road have not been well received by the traders and shppers, but DCC says it is listening to reactions, let's hope that they are also prepared to act.
THE FULL LETTER
THE PROPOSED MAGDALEN ROAD LAYOUT
D.C.C. General Info about road changes in and around the City.
DCC CHANGES AFFECTING ST LEONARDS
A group of friends of the very popular and iconic Hour Glass pub in Melbourne Street have got together and applied to Exeter City Council to have the pub listed as an Asset of Community Value. The Localism Act of 2012 had community-loved pubs specifically in mind when it was passed.
The pub freehold is owned by a larger pub group and leased to the present landlords. In these commercailly difficult times a lot of pubs are closing and it is specifically for this reason that the 'locals' are trying to get it listed. An ACV listing would give the locals a chance to buy it if it came up for sale.
The Wellfest 2020, planned for the 21st June is not now going to take place.
Ironic that an event designed to promote good health is cancelled by the possibility of bad health. It is also interesting that many of the suggestions for healthier living promoted in the last Wellfest have been statistically proven to increase the chances of surviving the virus.
The other wonderful part of last year’s event was the community meal for 250 people at a long table in the middle of the road. Maybe, if conditions allow, that is something which can be replicated at short notice in order to celebrate our release! A pop-up party.
Support your local hospice by ordering a cream tea and having it delivered to your door.
2 homemade scones,
Rodda’s clotted cream
and a pot of homemade strawberry jam
packed in a (classy, recyclable) box
and delivered to your door.
All for £5 per person.
Plus, if you want a cake too (Chocolate, Victoria Sandwich or Lemon Drizzle ) I can add that to your order (whole cake for £7 , half a cake for £4)
Please contact Jessica on 01392 431567
or email: email@example.com
Every month Jayne Leavers, our Community Builder, publishes a newsletter of activities, events, photographs and other community goings-on in our area.
To see her latest June Newsletter click here.