Hartland surgery has been sited at 66 The Square in Hartland since 1948, the same year the NHS was founded. The surgery was out in the annex at the back of the building and accessed through the side gate, until the current building was converted in 1998, having previously been the doctors residence
The River Rooms: Eco Hair Salon | Natural Health Practice. Situated on Bideford Quay and set in a beautiful space with a welcoming, relaxing ambience and wonderful first-floor views over the river, the River Rooms is a place to unwind and recharge your batteries. The River Rooms provides creative
Alabaré provides supported housing for homeless adults who need support to move into independent living, and floating support to adults living in their own accommodation, to prevent homelessness. In Bideford, Charis House provides accommodation for 9 people who are homeless and have complex needs as
"The Store" which was already in existence, became a registered charity in 2005. It was founded by former Torridge Poverty Action Group administrator and street worker, Joe Buckingham, assisted by Pauline Ravenscroft and Steve Toms of "The Storehouse Church" and provided around 70 free emergency
A Bespoke Decluttering & Organising Service based in Bideford. We provide a practical and emotional support service to enable people to make the most of their spaces (specialising in Hoarding Behaviours). We are a full member of The Association of Declutterers and Organisers
The Steamship Freshspring Trust is a not for profit organisation based in North Devon, whose aim is to return SS Freshspring to operation, preserving the past and inspiring knowledge for the future. The Trust aims to advance the education of the public through the preservation and operation of an
Wooda Surgery is based in East the Water beside Clarence Wharf. The surgery provides a variety of services including Adult Vaccination & Immunisation, Carers' checks, Cervical Screening, Child Health Surveillance, Childhood Examinations & Immunisations and Long Term Conditions Management.
Way of the Wharves is a volunteer lead community project researching and communicating the history of the the wharves at East the Water. Connected to Bideford by the long bridge East the Water has a long industrial history including: shipbuilding, lime kilns and horticulture, potteries and tobacco