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Read the draft minutes of the
Wembury Parish Council meeting held
on Monday 30 October, to know what the Parish Council is doing for you.
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This is the Official Website of Wembury Parish in the South Hams District of Devon which includes:- Wembury Knighton, Hollacombe, Down Thomas, Heybrook Bay and Wembury Point.


We hope that you find this website useful and helpful in guiding you round the wonderful Parish of Wembury. The contacts and various organisations within the Parish included in this website would be delighted to hear from you.

Please refer to "About Wembury Parish" for more sources of information

 

EXERCISE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS - 5 JUNE 2017
Notice of date of commencement of period for the exercise of public rights regarding the Wembury Parish Council accounts for the year ended 31 March 2017.

Documents 

NOTICE OF CONCLUSION OF AUDIT
Accounts for the year ended 31 March 2017
Details-AuditorsReport 

 NEXT WEMBURY PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
MONDAY 27 November 2017
Come along to hear what the Parish Council is doing for you
 

Wildlife Verges Project

Wildflower seeding

An exciting and productive day was had by all on Saturday 4 November when part of the Wembury Recreation Ground and some verges were seeded with wildflower seed

Interested in joining our group of volunteers in

adding life and colour to our local road verges?

more info: contact Keith on 07779 242191

or email wemburyverges@gmail.com

Thursday 9 November

Creating a buzz in Wembury’

An illustrated talk about the verges of Wembury

and their value for wildlife with

Daisy Headley, Bumblebee Conservation Trust

and Keith Rennells & Lynne Kenderdine

from the Wembury Verges Project

Wembury War Memorial Village Hall

doors open at 7pm, presentations from 7.30pm

free admission and refreshments available

more info: wemburyverges@gmail.com

 General News & Useful Information
CURRENT NEWS 
Speeding Vehicles in Traine Road, Wembury
There appears to be an increase in vehicles driving far too fast along Traine Road in Wembury. The road is narrow with many blind bends and fast moving vehicles are a danger to pedestrians, horses and the drivers themselves. Please avoid driving along Traine Road unless you have to. If you have to, then please drive slowly and be aware of other people and animals that may also be using the road. Please eliminate this dangerous practice.

Quiet Lanes 

Wembury Parish Council has agreed to support Brixton Parish Council in their quest to implement the Quiet Lane Status to local roads to increase safety on our lanes and roads. 

 

 

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