A place for sources of support for the community, activity resources, links plus any tried and tested ideas! 


LtL is an outdoor learning charity who have generously shared a range of outdoor resources and activities for families to explore during the current crisis, no matter whether you have a garden a balcony or are restricted to the indoors. 


This is a Facebook group and advertises as a place to swap,

buy or sell seeds, plants or surplus produce.










Garden Waste  collections

These have started again.

Click here to find out more


Calling all Tradespeople in our Community 


Please come forward if you can support vulnerable people in our community (and maintain social

distancing), who may need emergency repairs, maintenance services or just reassurance. We will post

any services on this Home and Garden page. However, any communication or agreement will be between the

service provider and the client.

Send the web team a  message on the Contact Bradninch Together form below. 


Gas plumbing and gas repairs

Lou is a Bradninch resident who owns Elemental Plumbing. He will respond to a call out if he deems that it is an emergency situation. He cannot have direct contact with the clients as he has a vulnerable young person in his own home. He will kindly offer a reduced labour rate for emergencies during this time and will agree on the cost of materials with the client. He does take cards.

Home number: 01392 881980 or 07981 446772


Through your FREE Devon Library account you can use Ancestry online FREE at home until May 30th. Go to Devon Libraries website, enter your library card details in the ‘My Account’ details, click ‘sign in’ button then click ‘My Profile’ button. Once in ‘My Profile’ section click on the Ancestry Link on the left hand side of the page. When you click this link it will open a new page. The page it opens will be the Ancestry homepage and you will be automatically logged on as Devon Libraries. From here you can search the Ancestry collection from home.


VE Day letter

Click here to read a beautiful letter written on VE Day by Jane Webber's father

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