We understand that you may have concerns about coronavirus. Different services and government agencies are responsible for leading different parts of the response and they have lots of advice and guidance on their websites.

Torbay Council has set up a dedicated web page on coronavirus the link is below.

You can also obtain information from the following organisations:
Public Health England
NHS 111
NHS 111 Coronavirus online

Torbay Council Coronavirus Information

Brixham Town Council

Following Government advise and guidelines on the Covid-19 Coronavirus, Brixham Town Council offices are currently closed until further notice. We can still be contacted by telephone between 9am - 3pm on 01803 859678 or by email,

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COVID-19 Update - SWISCo Waste and Recycling Services

COVID-19 – SWISCo Update on Waste and Recycling Collections Following a confirmed case of COVID-19 at SWISCo’s Waste and Recycling Centre, a significant number of staff have been asked to self-isolate which is impacting on the delivery of services. Cllr Steve Darling, Leader of Torbay Council, said: “Unfortunately, due to a confirmed case of COVID-19 within the SWISCo workplace setting, we have had to ask a group of staff to self-isolate. This will impact on waste and recycling collections across the Bay. Over the coming week, we will be prioritising the collection of household and food waste. “With this in mind, please continue to put your household refuse (wheeled bins, seagull sacs and ...

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More information on COVID-19 in Torbay here

Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day

***The deadline for registering your place is this Saturday 31st October*** Normally, this time of year we are planning the Remembrance Service and Parade. However, with the ongoing pandemic, there are no guarantees that restrictions will be relaxed sufficiently to allow for large gatherings. We have been monitoring Government guidelines as well as the Royal British Legion’s recommendation. Whilst The Poppy Appeal will still happen, it will look very different from previous years and will largely be virtual. However, we have had to make the difficult decision, along with many other Towns, to cancel this year’s service and parade. We will not forget our fallen. We will remember them. ...

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