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Lower Otter Valley Restoration ProjectView

10th November 2020

The OVA has been involved since the inception of this project and is a member of the Technical Streeing Group, trying to give a local flavour to the proposals.

The OVA Responds to Planning ConsultationsView

3rd November 2020

The government is proposing very significant, and controversial, changes to the current planning system for housing development.  There have been two public consultations, both similar in content, and the OVA has responded to both of them. 

OVA Latest NewsView

2nd October 2020

Dear Members

News from the OVA Walk Team - August 2020View

27th August 2020

Our programme of local walks from September onwards will comprise a walk leader who decides the group size and a maximum of 11 walkers.

OVA Walks and other EventsView

1st June 2020

As you will be aware all of the OVA's activities are currently suspended. As soon as we are allowed to start meeting in groups and our events can recommence we will advise you via an e-mail and publish details on this web site.    

Businesses Providing Essentials to Budleigh SaltertonView

20th April 2020

Budleigh Salterton Town Council have produced a list of businesses providing essential services locally.  

CoronaVirus - Cancellation of OVA Events and ActivitiesView

18th March 2020

Following government advice, it behoves us to comply. The following events which we normally run will be cancelled, although some may be rescheduled for a later date. Also cancelled our involvement in other organisations' events which we normally support.  

The Glover Review Final ReportView

25th September 2019

Date Posted: 25 August 2019 The Glover Review Final Report has been published and can be found by clickling on the image below.

OVA Ruby CelebrationView

20th June 2019

Click here to see photographs of the OVA Ruby Celebration.        

A New Heritage ProjectView

28th May 2019

The OVA is very pleased to be working with East Devon District Council to progress one of the actions approved in the new East Devon Heritage Strategy 2018. 

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