• Devon Beekeepers need your help as they prepare for Action against the Asian Hornet

    Devon Beekeepers’ Asian Hornet Action Teams (AHATs) are responding once again to help stem the threat from the Asian hornet which has been sweeping through Europe since 2004 and most recently the Channel Islands. The Asian hornet (Vespa velutina) is native to Asia. It is believed that it was accidentally imported into Southern France from […]

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  • Solar Panel group-buying scheme will save you money and help save the planet

    Devon’s householders have the chance to help the county become net-zero by joining Devon Climate Emergency’s (DCE) solar panel group-buying scheme. DCE is made up of Devon’s principle public and private sector organisations, and they have joined forces to draw up a Carbon Plan, the county’s roadmap to carbon neutrality… Read the full press release at: […]

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  • Skateboarding Park in the Jubilee Field

    There have been some recent discussions between the Parish Council and the young people using the skateboard facility in the Jubilee Field. Taking into account what the younger members of the Community have been saying, the Parish Council have organised surface repair of the skateboard area. This work will be carried out next week (week […]

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  • Cullompton is a great place to eat out in an area of unique heritage

    With the announcement that cafés and restaurants can reopen, Cullompton has really come back to life! Cullompton has established itself as a food town with a number of quality eateries for the size of the High Street. There is an array on offer from Italian, Chinese, Indian, Mediterranean, Burger, Artisan and pop-up restaurants, which makes […]

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  • Message from DCC Eastern Highway Neighbourhood Team regarding the information collected on the speed recording device in Old Village and Silver Street in December 2019

    The joint assessment process undertaken with the Police known as SCARF (Speed Compliance Action Review Forum) has now taken place. The process has included an analysis of the speed data with a study of the reported collision record details. The results of the objective speed data show that the average vehicles speeds are below the […]

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  • Mid Devon District Council adopts its new Local Plan

    The Mid Devon Local Plan Review has been adopted at an extraordinary meeting of the Full Council held on 29th July 2020 and follows an examination in public by a Planning Inspector which took into account the many representations received from the public during stages of public consultation. Councillors voted unanimously in favour of formally adopting […]

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