Strictly speaking the title should start "bodyboarding", but it's already overly verbose!Here's today's Surfline surf forecast for Bude Summerleaze: We very rarely go to Summerleaze, and we very rarely go…
School summer holidays are starting. I don’t know if there is a causal relationship, but it probably won’t come as a huge surprise to many residents of West Devon that the UK Met Office’s rainfall map of the area looked like this yesterday afternoon:
As luck would have it, I had just set up our shiny new Twitter account so that I could report to the rest of the planet on yesterday’s exciting news from Halwill Junction football pitch.
Twitter insisted that I “follow” several other accounts, and of course South West Water was top of my list! Whereupon Elon Musk‘s latest (single) X algorithm suddenly revealed this to me:
Having recently moved to Halwill Junction, we were in the process of sorting out a big pile of boxes in the garage when what proved to be the Devon Air Ambulance helicopter flew very low overhead.
This is what happened next, via Twitter (AKA X.com!) :
According to an Environment Agency press release concerning the current drought in South West England: As many parts of the world experience extreme heatwaves and severe drought, the Environment Agency…
Devonshire Homes has announced that:
Construction has started this week at our latest new homes site, Chilla Junction at Halwill Junction.
Devonshire Homes is working with Porteous Groundworks to bring 32 new homes to the 1.9 hectare development near Okehampton. Located at Chilla Road, Chilla Junction will offer a mix of one, two, three, four and five bedroom homes which will include apartments, bungalows and houses, nine of which will fall under Devonshire Homes’ affordable homes contribution.
Properties will complement the local environment so that homes embed well into the village. Nestled in the Devon countryside, the site benefits from easy access to the A30 and A386. First occupations are expected in spring 2024.(more…)