Do you think World Heritage site status for the Jurassic Coast has helped the local economy?

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The World Heritage site team is working with East Devon District Council to find out the economic impact of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site designation.

Results are looking good so far, but now they need your help.

If you are a East Devon resident they  would be grateful if you can spend 5 minutes to answer the residents survey: https://www.snapsurveys.com/wh/s.asp?k=144463952637

The outcomes of the study are due for publication in November, so watch this space.

Help with getting to work, education and training

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Devon Wheels 2 Work can help people who live or work in Devon to travel to employment, training and education.

They  provide a motorcycle and scooter rental scheme to help anyone aged 16 and over to meet their transport needs. Their fleet of insured, taxed and maintained 50cc and 125cc vehicles is available across the whole of Devon.

To take advantage of the scheme you need to be aged between 16 and 65, live and / or work within Devon, and have a provisional driving licence and Compulsory Basic Training Certificate.

The rental cost of the bikes includes tax, insurance, maintenance, servicing and a six-weekly safety check on the machine. Mobile workshops mean that this service is available wherever you are in Devon.

For more information

tel  01409 253942 email  admin@devonwheels2work.co.uk, or visit http://www.devonwheels2work.co.uk