Community: Bideford

We have, and will continue, to invite communities to come forward to register an interest in the running of local assets or the provision of local services. Organisations and communities have done this by filling out an initial registration here.

This initial registration provides only an outline. Below is a list of these initial registrations of Community Interest.

NameInterested in Assetinterested in ServiceReview
Charlie DixonFairleaNoDay Services, Residential services
Charlie DixonNoYesDay Services, Residential services
Clancy Stephens – North Devon TeamA range of staff and buildingsNoYouth service
Jane ElliottBideford Centre, The PillYesYouth service
Kevin Henman. Stephen Evans. Dan Barton.Bideford, Barnstaple, Tiverton, 100 Club, Phoenix, Honiton, Exmouth, Dawlish, Junction, Totnes, Tavistock (when built)YesYouth service
Not sharedThe Pill Youth CentreYesYouth service
Not sharedLibraries and public buildingsYesYouth service
Not sharedSpringfield Day CentreYesDay Services
Not sharedOakwell, Springfield, RosebankNoDay Services
Paul BowserNoYesYouth service
Paul WilliamsNoYesDay Services
Peter StephensonBideford Integrated Youth CentreNoYouth service
Peter ThornBideford Youth CentreYesYouth service
Robert TaylorFairlea Home, NorthamYesDay Services, Residential services

Once these initial interests have been registered we aim to get back to those registrants and encourage them, if appropriate, to engage in a more involved Statement of Community Interest process so we can understand the detail and viability of their proposals. We are also doing this because working with communities to ensure a positive outcome takes resources and the Authority only has the capacity to deal with a limited number of proposals at any one time.

If you have already developed a proposal which you want evaluated for support by Devon County Council, please click here.