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Which lines would you remove?

Which lines would you remove?

Some yellow lines on Torbay roads could go as part of a review of parking restrictions being carried out by Torbay Council. The council is inviting residents and businesses to come forward with suggestions on any parking restrictions around the Bay that they believe...

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Brixham’s flagship store to close

Brixham’s flagship store to close

The battle is on to save one of Brixham's most well-known chain stores which is facing closure after 25 years in the town. Brixham Chamber of Commerce is calling on the Arcadia Group to reconsider its decision to close the joint Dorothy Perkins and Burton clothing...

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Parking Update

Parking Update

Motorists using any of Torbay's 37 award winning council-run car parks will soon pay a single fee of just £2 for all-day parking. The new parking deal is being launched on Friday 1 November, with several free parking offers also scheduled in the run up to Christmas....

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Keep Trade Local

Keep Trade Local

The FSB is continuing their campaign to encourage people to by their goods and services locally. Small businesses are the heart of the local community. They generate wealth, employment and opportunity. The FSB is supporting small business by lobbying local authorities...

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90 and going strong

90 and going strong

Brixham Chamber of Commerce has a long and proud heritage and in November 2013, it is celebrating its 90th anniversary. Since 1923, the Chamber has been working with Brixham businesses of all sizes and sectors, providing organisations with practical support, useful...

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Proud to support Pride

Proud to support Pride

Pride in Brixham is a volunteer group that sets out to help upgrade and maintain the environment in and around Brixham, focussing its efforts on painting and gardening schemes around the harbour, from the Marina Walkway to Oxen Cove. The group is one of many local...

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£50 Parking Permit “free after 3”

£50 Parking Permit “free after 3”

Brixham businesses have welcomed new council parking permits to encourage shoppers back into the town centres. A 'free after three' permit costing £50 has been introduced at the request of local businesses and following the Herald Express 'Fairer Parking' campaign. ​...

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