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  • Torbay Governors Association

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    Torbay Governors Association is an organisation. The TGA represents Torbay Governors views to:

    • Torbay Council
    • Headteachers
    • National Governors Association
    • Member Schools
    • The Schools Forum

  • EHC & CHLAMYDIA SCREENING

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    EHC stands for Emergency Hormonal Contraception. There is locally commissioned scheme which enables 13-24 year olds to access this for free in pharmacies across Devon and Torbay. The list below (and attached) shows the current sites who are commissioned to provide this. P...

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  • Paignton Pier

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    Paignton Pier has been a great place to have family fun since it opened way back in 1879, and it is set in one of the most beautiful sandy beaches in the English Riviera, within walking distance of the town centre.

    It is open all year and free to visit, makin...

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  • Rotary Club of Preston

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    The club is proactive in serving the local community and raising funds for local national and international charities. The club believes in a hands on approach where possible providing practical help. Known for our friendliness and hospitality a number of socia...

  • Braemer House

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    Facilities & Services: Respite Care • Own GP if required • Own Furniture if required • Pets by arrangement • Smoking not permitted • Close to Local shops • Near Public Transport • Minibus or other transport • ...

  • Paignton Probus Club

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    Are you a retired professional or businessman? Do you enjoy good company? Why not join Paignton Probus Club?  We meet every Wednesday morning from September to June at the Redcliffe Hotel, Paignton, from 10:00 to 12:00.  Come and enjoy a cup of tea or coffe...

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  • Paignton Festival

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    Paignton Festival was previously known as Torbay Carnival. After around 75 years of the same name, we feel that change is good, however Torbay Carnival is not gone and forgotten, as the procession night will keep this name. Despite the new name, we have the sam...

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  • Paignton Sailing Club

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    Paignton Sailing Club has fleets of Fireballs, Lasers, Toppers, Albacores, and Laser 2000 and 4000 plus a variety of craft in the handicap fleet. Each year the club runs a couple of weekend open events and the national championship of a major association. The Club is also...

  • Devon Cair Limited Homecare Agency

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    Registered to provide personal care (excludes nursing), sitting and domestic care for adults over 18, including those with mental health problems or physical disabilities.  Wheelchair escort service available, using agency’s own wheelchair.  Can tailor care fo...

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  • Paignton Harbour Festival

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    Paignton Harbour Festival was set up by a community of people who shared their love for Paignton Harbour and wanting to share this hidden gem with the local people and guests to the southwest.

     Adrian Bartlett (Founder of Crabstock) approached Simon ...

  • South Devon Choir

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    Three major concerts per year. Perform more serious classical works. Occasional performances in Europe and elsewhere in UK. No auditions for membership. Young people welcome. 

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  • Ali-way Scrap Store

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    The scrapstore offers clean surplus, spare and recycled materials of all kinds for use by schools, groups, nurseries, individuals and others. Contact the scheme for opening hours and membership.

  • Paignton Amateur Rowing Club

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    The club encourages and promotes rowing within the community and trains youngsters from 12 years as coxswains, and from 14 years as rowers. Rowers and coxwains are trained on various days; for information contact club captain, or check our website. There is no upper age l...