green travel

Devon attractions are high on the agenda for travel hungry brits

Authored by Mary

Whale watching, eating a traditional Devon cream tea and exploring the Jurassic Coast are among the most popular bucket list experiences in the UK.

These findings have been revealed in a new travel report by Travelodge which operates 571 hotels across the UK including 10 across Devon.

Having a traditional cream tea was the 16th most popular bucketlist experience overall. The...

Ham and West Park residents to be consulted on safer, greener travel schemes

Authored by JamesM

Residents in Ham and West Park are being invited to share their views on proposed road safety improvements for the two neighbourhoods.

The Council is developing two ‘Safer and Sustainable Travel’ schemes, which aim to improve road safety and encourage more walking and cycling.

Ham and West Park are very busy communities with around 4,000 households combined, as well as and...

Council gears up for second year of Plymotion green travel campaign

Authored by JamesM

Plymouth City Council is getting ready to hit the road again for the second phase of its ‘Plymotion on your Doorstep’ campaign.

Travel advisors will be out visiting local residents in the west of the city, chatting about how they get from A to B and giving advice on the different travel options available to them. People will be able to get help with planning their journeys and find...

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