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Blakewell Fishery & Smokehouse cooked by Peter Gorton

Food Drink Devon Gears Up for Post-Lockdown Boom

As Devon’s hospitality businesses throw open their doors once more, Food Drink Devon is ready to champion the finest food and drink in the county with a stunning new video and website and the help of Oz Clarke OBE.

Peter Gorton, award-winning chef and most recently appointed Food Drink Devon board member explains: “It has been such a challenging twelve months for our industry but we...

Ollie Williamson outside Ollie's Restaurant in Torquay

Rethink Hospitality & Tourism careers says South Devon College

As the hospitality and tourism sectors gear up to fully re-open later this month a Devon college is hoping to change the perception of jobs in the sector.

South Devon College offers a range of hospitality and tourism qualifications and says that jobs in the sector shouldn’t be seen as just a stop gap but as a career with good opportunities for progression.

Currently there are more...

Builders merchant continues Devon Air Ambulance support

After raising £3,000 for Devon Air Ambulance (DAA) over the past 12 months, RGB Building Supplies is delighted to continue its support for the charity for a further year.

The money was raised through charity breakfast mornings held in RGB’s branches, the builders merchant’s annual golf day, and staff members taking on individual challenges. This included Richard Betts who, although...

Haines Watts South West announce new merger

Haines Watts South West (HWSW) announces a merger with Sally Reed Limited, an accountancy practice with offices in Launceston and Okehampton. The merger is part of the firm’s expansion plans in line with their mid – long-term marketing strategy, and as a result HWSW now employs around 50 staff across five offices in Devon and Cornwall.

Haines Watts South West, with further offices in...

Haines Watts SW announce new merger

Haines Watts South West (HWSW) announces a merger with Sally Reed Limited, an accountancy practice with offices in Launceston and Okehampton. The merger is part of the firm’s expansion plans in line with their mid – long-term marketing strategy, and as a result HWSW now employs around 50 staff across five offices in Devon and Cornwall.

Haines Watts South West, with further offices in...