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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

  • Official opening of Exeter Met Office supercomputer cancelled due...
  • 23 March 2017
  • The official opening of Exeter's Met Office supercomputer complex has been cancelled due the Wednesday's Westminster terrorist incident. Joseph Johnson, Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation, was due to open the High Performance Computer at Exeter Science Park on Thursday but the event has now been postponed following guidance from Whitehall. Four people died in the Westminster attack, and it was revealed on Thursday morning that seven arrests had been made....

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  • The perils faced by Generation Rent
  • 23 March 2017
  • Hundreds of people who can't afford to buy their own homes are being hit by hidden fees when they try to rent, according to Citizens Advice in Plymouth. The latest English Housing Survey foud that one in five households in England is living in private rented accommodation, while home ownership has fallen to its lowest level in 30 years. One in seven (14%) of young non-homeowners think they will be renting for the rest of their lives. Research by Citizens Advice Exeter and Plymouth found...

    The perils faced by Generation Rent

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  • Worker at Devon school faces fresh historic sex abuse charges
  • 23 March 2017
  • A retired groundsman facing trial for sexually abusing and abducting a schoolboy in care during the 1990s has been charged with 20 further offences regarding another boy.Peter Weyman, aged 66, pleaded not guilty to child abduction and ten charges of indecency when he appeared at Exeter Crown Court last month.The charges relate to a boy aged under 13 who was a pupil at Chelfham Mill School, near Barnstaple, between 1992 and 1994.Weyman, who lives in Lindrick, Nottinghamshire, wass accused of one...

    Worker at Devon school faces fresh historic sex abuse charges

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  • Concern for missing 16 year old who has gone missing with a girl...
  • 23 March 2017
  • Police are concerned for the safety of a missing 16 year old boy from Devon who has not been seen since early this morning, and may be with a girl of a similar age.Nathan has been reported as missing from Dobles Close, Holsworthy. His family last saw him at 7.30am today, Wednesday, March 22. Nathan is described as white, 6ft 1ins tall, very skinny with mid dark brown hair, long on the top short on sides.It is believed he is wearing Nike trainers with bright yellow laces and is in possession of...

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  • Kate appeal for black shoes and football boots to take to Africa
  • 23 March 2017
  • A South Devon physiotherapist is heading out to Africa to volunteer – and is appealing for black shoes and football boots to take with her for the children out there.Kate Palmer, 27, from Buckfastleigh in South Devon, has a farming background and has been involved with the Young Farmers' movement for ten years. Each year they have thousands of pounds for well deserving local charities. Kate said: "I am a member of Totnes Young Farmers and last year as their secretary we raised...

    Kate appeal for black shoes and football boots to take to Africa

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  • Police shoot armed man with non-lethal round in Devon incident
  • 23 March 2017
  • Armed officers had to shoot a man with a non-lethal baton round after fears he would harm himself with a firearm. Officers were airlifted from police headquarters in Exeter At around 4.40pm on Monday afternoon, March 20, to a location north of Tiverton. Police receive a report from the NHS that man was in possession of a firearm and was going to harm himself. Police were able to then make contact and threats were made to police if they attended his location. Police firearms officers were...

    Police shoot armed man with non-lethal round in Devon incident

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  • Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn calls off second Devon visit after...
  • 23 March 2017
  • Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn cancelled two visits to South Devon today following yesterday's Westminster terrorist incident. Mr Corbyn was due in Dartmouth this morning, and in Torquay this afternoon. His first visit was swiftly called off in the wake of yesterday's incident.Later it was confirmed that his second visit had also been cancelled. Four people died in the Westminster attack, and it was revealed this morning that seven arrests had been made. Devon and Cornwall was on high alert in case...

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  • Firm behind Plymouth's tallest building makes £56.5million...
  • 23 March 2017
  • The construction behind the tallest building in Plymouth have announced a £56.5million profit in its half-year results. Kier Group plc is currently delivering the £29.5m student accommodation scheme in Beckley Court, Plymouth which when complete will be the city's tallest building.The property, residential, construction and services group has offices in Exeter and Plymouth and employs over 600 people across the south-west.It is responsible for a number of construction projects...

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  • Gold jewellery found and man arrested after burglary spree in...
  • 23 March 2017
  • Police in Exeter have arrested a man after a spate of house burglaries in the city.Items including bank cards and jewellery were taken from properties in the St Thomas area and streets close to HMP Exeter on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday of this week.READ MORE: Future at risk for shoe shops Brantano and Jones the Bootmaker in...Officers from the Pro-Active Team have now arrested a 36-year-old local man in connection with the burglaries.They have also managed to trace all of the stolen gold...

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  • Tight squeeze on Exeter High Street as buses get stuck
  • 23 March 2017
  • There was a tight squeeze on Exeter High Street on Thursday morning as two buses got stuck at the junction with Queen Street.The hold-up caused delays shortly before 9am as the drivers had to negotiate past each other, bollards and pedestrians.By 9.05am the buses had moved on after narrowly avoiding touching and Exeter High Street was clear and moving once again.Return to the Devon Live homepage or read next: Woman arrested for having firearm after armed police incident in Devon

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  • Fears hike in parking charges will kill hotel trade
  • 23 March 2017
  • The price of parking permits outside Devon hotels is to increase from £2 to £5 a day - and guest house owners say the move could put them out of business.New charges are being brought in across Plymouth from April 1, with on-street parking charges set to apply from 8am to 6pm, a new overnight charge of £2 introduced and daily permit prices hiked.The 8am start for parking charges is two hours earlier than the current system and will mean hotel guests have to leave early or skip...

    Fears hike in parking charges will kill hotel trade

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  • Future at risk for shoe shops Brantano and Jones the Bootmaker in...
  • 23 March 2017
  • Jobs are at risk in Devon after shoe retailer Brantano collapsed into administration and sister company Jones the Bootmaker is also at risk.Staff at the Kingsteignton Retail Park Brantano store near Newton Abbot racecourse are among more than 1,000 nationally at risk. The company is blaming a rise in costs since the post-referendum fall in sterling and a struggling UK footwear market.For the last few weeks the company's private equity owner, Alteri, had been attempting to sell Brantano and...

    Future at risk for shoe shops Brantano and Jones the Bootmaker in...

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