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Every website owner has a duty to ensure that web content on their site is as accessible as possible to everyone, including those who use assistive technologies to browse the web.

We have built this website to meet high standards of accessibility:

  • standards-compliant valid hypertext markup language (HTML) enabling cross-browser and cross-platform compatibility
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  • images include ‘alt’ text which provides a textual equivalent to describe the image to those who are unable to access it
  • not using tables for layout which should be beneficial to those who use screen readers
  • The RNIB has helpful information about web accessibility issues.

 

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Some of the articles and posts allow you to add comments. Please be aware that any comments will be made public, subject to moderation guidelines.

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  • Our comments guidelines are designed to balance freedom of speech with ensuring a mature and disciplined attitude to discussions is maintained.
  • It is not our policy to censor comments. However, we moderate so that we can filter out spam comments or unacceptable comments.
  • We will remove any unlawful, offensive, defamatory or inappropriate information.
  • We ask that users act responsibly when commenting or replying to comments. Any repeated misuse will result in the user being banned (via their IP address).
  • We will to respond to comments where appropriate.
  • Moderation rules will be reviewed in light of experience

 

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By law, we, as the website owner, are required to gain your consent to store a cookie on your computer.

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We suggest consulting the help section of your browser or taking a look at About Cookies which shows you how to control the use of cookies.

We highly recommend Ghostery, which is a service that detects cookies as well as more invasive stuff used by commercial sites (not us!) and gives you full control.

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This privacy statement sets out how we use any information that we collect from you through this website.

We are committed to protecting your privacy and we have legal obligations to do so under the Data Protection Act.

We may collect some or all of the following information through comments on this website:

  • your name
  • your email address
  • your IP address

What we do with the information we collect:

  • We use the information we collect to associate comments on this website with an individual and to filter out spam (indiscriminate, often automated, comments)
  • We may use the information collected to block spam commenters
  • If you subscribe to this website or any email alerts, we will collect your email address for that purpose only
  • We will never share information we collect with third parties

 

This website was developed by Clystnet Ltd, Exeter, Devon and is maintained by volunteers. Every effort will be made to respond to any enquiries as quickly as possible but please allow at least 3 working days if contacting by email or via the website's contact pages.

 

 

 

Latest News

A reminder about the new Bus Timetable

From 8th December, the bus includes Affinity Outlet (formerly Atlantic Village) within its stops at Bideford.

To view the timetable and our page on local transport, click here

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All change on the annual Fete

Now with new Chair, Roger Walter, and Secretary David Watson, it was agreed at the meeting in November that paid pitches will be offered to those who want to fundraise on their own behalf. Tables will cost £10.The event will still be on the second Saturday in July, which in 2019 will be July 13th.

A  vote of thanks was offered to Trevor and Brenda Mills who have given years of dedicated service to this event - they are taking a well-earned step back but will be on hand for welcome advice.

Anyone wanting a stall, or who wants to offer tips and ideas, please contact David on 01237 451437 or mail him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Alternatively get along to the next Fete committee meeting on Tuesday 22d January at 7.30 p.m. in the Parish Church.

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2019 - free help,free of judgement

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