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Join the Crediton Heart Project - A Small Charity With Big Plans

Learn about the Project and how you can be involved.
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A New Challenge for a New Year - Join the Heart Project Team

Can you help our community website? If so, why not join the Crediton Heart Project team? We are the local charity which created and runs this website. But we also have ambitious plans for a new multi-use building. To build on our achievements and adapt our plans for a Covid world, we are looking for people with time, energy and ideas to join us.
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Heart Project Plans to Expand Website 

This website was created last year by the Crediton Heart Project to support our community through difficult times. The site has already become a popular platform for sharing local information and stories and, as restrictions ease, we have exciting plans to develop it further, as Heart Project trustee Nancy Murgatroyd reports. 
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A Huge Thank You to Co-op Members

The Heart Project wants to thank all Co-op members who have supported this website over the last year, by choosing us as their local cause.
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Our Brilliant Blogs  - Something for Everyone

The brilliant array of blogs here on this new community website make for fascinating and varied reading. Topics cover everything from food to fires, stress to surfing, poetry to pampering, tunnels to tragedy, CODS to cakes or cycling, children’s stories to splendid isolation, wildlife to watercolour and the Wild Sargasso Sea.

‘My Life in Lockdown’ Competition - Results!

Details of all competition winners, runners-up and commendations plus a video that gives a flavour of all competition entries and highlights winners.
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Welcome to our new Website

Welcome to our new website.
Health and Wellbeing

A View From the Frontline 2

Although hospitals in the South West have been coping well with the pandemic, staff are anxious about what happens when restrictions ease. And, in her second report, senior NHS manager Kate Lock says they are starting to contemplate how to live with Covid – permanently.