Opened in 1912 to celebrate Queen Victoria's reign, Victoria Park is one of the jewels in Bideford's crown; any Bidefordian will tell you how lucky we are to have a park of this calibre in the heart of the town.
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
Appledore Sails - Sailing the Estuary, Bristol Channel and beyond. Whether you have sailed before or not, come and enjoy a sail at sea on ‘Patron’, a 31 foot ocean yacht for 4 hours, all day, a weekend or longer, or a child friendly estuary sail or sightsee on ‘Jez-y-Belle’ a traditional Appledore
Hope for the Homeless came about in February 2008 after an awareness event held in Bideford St. Mary’s. This took the form of a typical “diner’s lunch” and was attended by over 60 people from all walks of life including many different organisations and agencies, and several homeless people. By the
Bideford Work Club meets every Wednesday, 10am - 1pm in Bideford Library. It offers an opportunity for unemployed people and those looking to change employment to come along and learn new skills, as well as receive support and training to help them back into employment.
Visit the beautiful island of Lundy from the port of BidefordEnjoy a day trip to the island of Lundy on board the MS Oldenburg - regular departures from March to October. At three miles long and a half a mile long, its an unspoilt part of northern Devon, home to seals and the iconic puffin.
Who would of thought, a meeting on a cold miserable February day, could turn out so well, with just one random idea? Tonia Quance of Businesses of Bideford (B.O.B) thought how wonderful it would be to have our very own bronze Tarka in Bideford. After much fund raising, and with the help of many
Bideford Jobcentre Plus deliver an extensive range of services to help employers to grow and develop their business we support economic growth and improve productivity by ensuring work always pays and people are supported to find and progress in work. We encourage the use of digital channels
The Heritage Centre is at Bideford’s former railway station. The railway opened in 1855, being extended from Barnstaple and ran onwards to Torrington in 1871. For many years direct trains ran to and from London Waterloo, including the famous “Atlantic Coast Express.” Sadly the line fell victim of