Month: October 2017

  1. The Boundary Commission for England is undertaking a review of the Parliamentary Constituency Boundaries for Torbay, which includes the Torbay and Totnes Constituencies. Currently the number of constituencies in the South West must reduce from 55 to 53, and by law, every constituency must contain between 71,031 and 78,507 electors. This review is being undertaken … Continued

  2. To celebrate servicemen and servicewoman past and present, a Remembrance Sunday Ceremony will take place at the Cenotaph in Princess Gardens, Torquay on 12 November 2017. The Remembrance Sunday Service will take place at 11am. In order to make the event safe and secure, Torbay Council has been working closely with the Police and is … Continued

  3. Sunday 12th Nov 7.30 pm Following on from the success of last years ‘Under One Roof’ Musical at the Princess Theatre, which raised enough money in one night, to fund a mental health worker at Leonard Stocks Homeless Centre, we are doing it again! This unique production features the sixty strong Unleashed Community Choir singing songs from Ghost, Guys … Continued


    Supporting Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI) Campaigning for “fair transitional state pension arrangements for women born in the 1950’s Women born in the 1950’s – you will NOT get your state pension at 60 Sign the NEW online petition: Find out more about WASPI: Support WASPI by joining the local group: … Continued

  5. Help needed!

    With the very sad demise of ANODE in Torbay, HITS will be providing a limited service to Torquay, Paignton and Brixham.   HITS desperately need volunteers to pack foodpacks in our Newton Abbot premises and drivers to deliver the packs in Torbay and pick up donated food from the supermarkets. Fundraisers and admin volunteers are … Continued

  6. A new initiative to help people living with sight loss in Torbay is launching at Paignton Library. The Torbay Visually Impaired Person (VIP) Book Club is a collaboration between Torbay Council, the RNIB, Torbay sight-loss charity VisualEyes and Friends of Paignton Library. The club, which will meet monthly at Paignton Library, will use audio books … Continued