Jackie Hook (was Brodie)

Liberal Democrat County Councillor Newton Abbot North, District Councillor Bushell Ward Learn more

Bus Services 70/77 and 88 – Changes Proposed

by jackiebrodie on 29 April, 2018

Proposals currently being considered by the Stagecoach bus company could well mean significant changes to the bus service here in Newton Abbot. Route and pricing changes are proposed. More information is available on the Stagecoach webpage https://www.stagecoachbus.com/promos-and-offers/south-west/newton-abbot-consultation . Let them know your views by email on torquay@stagecoachbus.com Or by letter to Stagecoach, RegentClose, Torquay. TQ2 […]

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Penn Inn Volunteer Afternoon Success

by jackiebrodie on 29 March, 2018

The weather brightened up just in time for today’s Volunteer Tidy Up event at Penn Inn Roundabout. The event was organised by Newton Abbot Community Interest Company, and was the first of a series of Volunteer days to tidy up the subway area under the roundabout which has become overgrown and untidy.  Most of us […]

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Litter Pick / Tidy Up Thanks

by jackiebrodie on 18 March, 2018

We had a great time yesterday litter picking and tidying up paths in the Baker’s Park area. The weather was challenging, but didn’t stop us getting on with the job and achieving a noticeable improvement in Baker’s Park, along the River Lemon, Bradley Lane and the path linking up to Barton Drive and Manor Road. […]

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Next Saturday we will be having another of our Litter Pick / Tidy Up Events.   We will meet at Bakers Park Car Park, at 2pm on Saturday March 17th.   All welcome, but please can children be accompanied by an adult. We will be clearing vegetation and weeding along the River Lemon path and […]

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District Council Weather Announcements

by jackiebrodie on 1 March, 2018

I’m sure many of us are concerned about the impact of the recent cold weather on those sleeping rough. Teignbridge District Council have reassured us that they have contacted all rough sleepers they are aware of in the area and offered them temporary accommodation. It should be emphasised that this offer hasn’t universally been taken up. However, […]

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More money for young people’s mental health, children with special needs and Devon’s schools is at the core of the alternative budget launched by the county’s Liberal Democrats. Funding to protect schools, mental health care and children with special educational needs has been found by cutting waste, ending duplication and cracking down on expensive consultants […]

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Scam Alert – Fruadulent HMRC callers

by jackiebrodie on 23 January, 2018

Scam Alert – Fraudulent HMRC Callers It’s a scam – please talk to vulnerable relatives and friends about this Police would like to warn the public in the South West about a phone scam that is conning vulnerable and elderly people out of thousands of pounds. The scammers prey on victims by cold calling them […]

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The following is a press release issued by Newton Abbot CIC. In addition I believe Teignbridge District Council have today cleared the graffiti from the subway walls. It really is a about time that the 2 Councils, Teignbridge and Devon County got on top of this issue and stopped blaming each other. NACIC’s useful intervention is […]

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Have Your Say on Teignbridge Council’s Budget 2018/19

by jackiebrodie on 9 January, 2018

The Conservative run Council is considering its budget for this coming financial year. The details are in their press release below. All Cllrs have a chance to scrutinise their proposals , so do let me have your views and suggestions, as well as submitting your comments to the Council, as per the details below. “Teignbridge […]

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Highweek Experimental Traffic Order and Other Updates

by jackiebrodie on 27 December, 2017

2017 has been a bit of a whirlwind year for me, what with being elected as County Councillor in May and then married in November, hardly time for my feet to touch the ground. No signs of any let up in the pace of work for 2018, but that’s the way I like it. A […]

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