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Community

Crediton Flag Project - Tell Us What You Think

A chance to give your comments and ideas on the Crediton Flag project.
Community

The Crediton Flag Project Brightening our Town Centre since 2013 

Crediton town centre has come alive this month with a collection of handmade brightly coloured flags, each one individually designed to represent a local shop or community group. 
Environment

Volunteering at Crediton’s Community Allotment is Good for Wellbeing

Following a year and a half in lockdown keeping our hands clean, it seems that getting your hands dirty may be the key to boosting your health and mental wellbeing. That’s why an opportunity to arise in Crediton could provide a lifeline for local people, as Bracken Jelier discovered when she visited the Barnfield community allotment. 
Environment

The Dog Poo Debate and Why it Matters

Devon Dog Training recently moved into new premises in Upton Hellions on the outskirts of Crediton. We’re delighted that Daryl Cook the founder will be sharing his tips, thoughts and expertise regularly on this website. Here he tackles the subject of dog mess - always a hot topic on the local social media channels!
Arts

The Merry Wives of Windsor  - Farce, Intrigue and Fairy Magic Coming to a Village Near You

The Arts Centre actors and musicians are back in action with their joyful open air production of the Merry Wives of Windsor.
Community

Crediton’s New Mayor is Proud of Our Talented and Friendly Town

Crediton’s New Mayor is Proud of Our Talented and Friendly Town
Out and About

Favourite Local Walks 10 - A One Way Route from Kennerleigh to Sandford

Continuing his series about his favourite local walks, Tom Davies describes a one way route from Kennerleigh to Sandford of 5.3 miles.
Out and About

Favourite Local Walks 9 - A short circular walk from Shobrooke

Here Tom Davies describes a 3.5 mile walk which starts and finishes at the entrance to Moor Farm in Shobrooke.