Monthly Archives: March 2021

Explore Northam Burrows with a season ticket.

Toll charges at Northam Burrows are set to commence on 2nd April and getting a season ticket is now easier than ever, with different options to suit your needs! Following the successful introduction of contactless payment systems at gate kiosks … Continue reading

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New wet fish counter at Appledore Fishdock.

Just five years ago the then-privately-run Appledore Fishdock, which opened in 2008, was in some distress, with underinvestment in machinery, confusing leases, and a lack of plans to support the local fishing industry. While the intervening years have not been … Continue reading

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New roof for Burrows Centre; foundations ready for modular cafe.

  The refurbishment of Northam Burrows Visitor centre has continued at pace during February as part of a 14-week refurbishment project being undertaken by Pearce Construction. Outwardly the most striking change has been the reinstatement of the roof, which means … Continue reading

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Shipping notes No. 191 (February).

Bideford Quay. The Oldenburg has completed a couple of cargo runs to Lundy during the month. No other commercial shipping to report. Yelland Quay. No commercial shipping. Appledore. No news of any orders or regarding the Yard. Bristol Channel Observations. … Continue reading

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Patch’s petfood Bank.

Emma Osborne, the founder, had noticed that much was being done to help children and struggling families but nothing was being done to support low or no income families with their pets. She posted to a range of local Facebook … Continue reading

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