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BBL Exeter

We specialise in providing portable power solutions for practically every conceivable application, both industrial and domestic. With over thirty years’ experience BBL Batteries (formerly Bristol Batteries Ltd) knowledge and expertise will prove invaluable in helping you to decide on exactly the right product for your specific needs.

Over the past twenty years, technological progress in areas as diverse as telecommunications and solar energy has engendered a spectacular increase in the demand for batteries. This has led to dramatic advances in the battery industry with new products being developed offering longer life and faster recharging times while being contained in smaller units.

At BBL Batteries we have kept pace with progress and currently stock over 5,000 different products. Our extensive range includes battery technologies covering Sealed Lead Acid, Gel, Nickel Cadmium, Nickel Metal Hydride, Lithium and Alkaline. Additionally, we can design and build battery packs to your specification at our specialist pack manufacturing facility.

Exeter News

  • Exeter shoppers offered chance to talk openly about death
  • 28 April 2017
  • To get people openly talking about death in Exeter, discussions about dying and bereavement will be taking outside John Lewis.Aly Dickinson, an end of life doula with Living Well Dying Well, and retired GP Dr Max Mackay James, lead for Diealog, will be outside John Lewis on Saturday, April 29, between 10 am to 1pm.Aly and Max both support people to have choice and control over their death so that a person can die in the place they choose, with the care they want, surrounded by the people they...

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  • Devon man embarks on unusual way to celebrate 70th birthday
  • 28 April 2017
  • An Army veteran has chosen to mark his 70th birthday by embarking on a 20 mile speed walk in aid of charity this weekend.David Barlow, of Broadclyst, will set off on Saturday at 10am from Cafe 55 in Northernhay St, Exeter, which is run by Sense's deafblind people and volunteers from across the local community.Among those who will join in his send off - which will see him walk from the cafe to Broadcyst and back again, and then do a lap to Pinhoe and back to the cafe again - is Exeter Lord Mayor...

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  • Pedestrian taken to hospital after being knocked down by car at...
  • 28 April 2017
  • A pedestrian was taken to hospital after being hit by a car at a crossing.The man, in his 30s, was knocked down at Outland Road in Plymouth this evening.Police and paramedics were called at 6.44pm to a set of traffic lights near Plymouth Argyle, Home Park stadium.Rush-hour traffic was delayed while the incident was dealt with.The aftermath was captured and tweeted out on the football club's PAFC channel.Nasty accident on Outland Road not far from home park pic.twitter.com/6w42GJonLU— PAFC...

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  • Devon fire crews called to plane crash and fire which 'severely...
  • 28 April 2017
  • North Devon fire crews had a busy day attending to a plane crash and a fire which left a van "severely damaged".This afternoon (Friday, April 28) one crew from South Molton and Tiverton were mobilised to a van on fire near Stonelands Cross on the A361. On arrival the vehicle was well alight and was extinguished using two breathing apparatus wearers and two hosereel jets. The van was left severely damaged.This afternoon the 4x4 off road vehicle from South Molton and fire appliances from...

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  • Primary school pupil, 10, suspended after being found in...
  • 28 April 2017
  • A primary school pupil in Devon has been suspended after being found with a knife.The boy brought the small blade to Montgomery Primary School in Exeter on Friday but was spotted by teachers before class started.The school said a year-six pupil had been found playing with a "small fruit knife" in the playground before school.The boy, who is aged 10 or 11 years old, was spoken to by staff and has been temporarily excluded.A concerned parent contacted Devon Live to report an incident,...

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  • RECAP: Meet the winners of the Herald Express Business Awards...
  • 28 April 2017
  • More than 300 people gathered on Friday night for the final stages of the Herald Express South Devon Business Awards 2017. The gala night at the Riviera International Conference Centre saw the very best in local business recognised with a series of prestigious awards. There was a fantastic response to the competition with a record number of entries from companies and entrepreneurs in the Torbay area. The panel tasked with selecting the finalists were Carl Wyard, TDA economy and enterprise...

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  • I hate to say it but this privileged aristo might be right -...
  • 28 April 2017
  • I'M not usually prone to agreeing heartily with aristocrats, but this time I think the fifth Earl of Iddesleigh is right. The earl, also known as John Stafford Northcote, has delayed the arrival of superfast broadband in the village of Upton Pyne near Exeter, by asking BT to bury broadband cables rather than suspend them on four poles across some of the 2,500 acres he is said to own in the area. BT says it has had two meetings with him and has failed to get agreement for either over or... Read More
  • The general election and defence in Devon and Cornwall
  • 28 April 2017
  • 'The economy, stupid' is the famous line attributed to Bill Clinton's team for his 1992 Presidential Election campaign. Three words that get to the heart of what most politicians think elections should be about and which the implication is 'Trust us with the economy, not the others'. A prosperous economy allows for investment into all the other things political parties include in their election manifestoes – spending on welfare, the NHS education, infrastructure etc...

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  • Man denies helping alleged ammonia spray shop robbers escape from...
  • 28 April 2017
  • A man will stand trial accused of helping two alleged robbers escape after they sprayed ammonia in the eyes of a shopkeeper in Dawlish.Ross Morton, 29, of Gatehouse Close in Dawlish, denied two counts of assisting an offender when he appeared at Exeter Crown Court.It is alleged that on January 30 he drove Paul Rowntree and Rikki Ward from Dawlish to Torquay knowing they had committed a robbery and intending to impede their arrest.READ MORE Cause of suitcase mum death still a mystery says...

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  • Premier Inn hoping to begin construction of new 83-bedroom...
  • 28 April 2017
  • Plans for a Premier Inn in Tiverton are making progress as the company prepares to start construction.Currently, the hotel chain is finalising things with South West Water before construction begins, in carrying out diversions on pipes.As well as water, Premier Inn is currently appointing their main contractor. Geoff Cook, Senior Project and Programme Manager at Whitbread Property, said: "We're making important progress as we get ready to start construction of our new hotel in Tiverton....

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  • Massive sewer move to make way for student flats is shutting...
  • 28 April 2017
  • A section of Bonhay Road in Exeter will shut while South West Water moves a sewer to make way for new student accommodation.The road will be closed between the entrance and exit of Exeter St David's railway station.It will block all through traffic between Exe Bridges and the roundabouts outside the Great Western Hotel and at the bottom of St David's Hill.Return to Devon Live home page or read next: Major Exeter road will undergo 13 weeks of large-scale gas pipe worksSigned diversions will be in...

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  • Mischievous duo cover friend's car in sticky notes to "cheer...
  • 28 April 2017
  • Two mischievous friends today decided to cheer their friend up with a colourful new coat for his car. Care support workers Jamie-marie Curnow, 27, and Kayleigh Lock, 27, from Barnstaple, decided to use sticky notes to provide an interesting new colour scheme for a friend's car."He's had a bit of a rough time of it at work recently so we decided to cheer him up," said Jamie-marie."We normally mess with his phone, putting pictures of ourselves as his background but we wanted to...

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