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CURRENT NEWS

Read the draft minutes of the last Wembury Parish Council meetings, to know what the Parish Council is doing for you.

 

NEXT WEMBURY PARISH COUNCIL MEETING

7.00 pm 

Monday 30th September 2019 at 

The War Memorial Village Hall

Wembury

When the draft minutes will be approved. 

 The meeting will be preceded by a consultation regarding a Sports Pavilion at Wembury Recreation Ground and will include a talk from:

Devon Air Ambulance 

Come along to hear what the Parish Council can do for you.

 WEMBURY RECREATION GROUND

Children’s Play Area- The second stage will take place once grant funding is received.

Tree Planting – The first part of the third phase is due to begin soon with bulb planting taking place in the autumn

Zip Wire, Trim Trail and Exercise Stations – Quotes have been received for this work. Once decisions are made and additional funding granted work will begin.

Pavilion – A working group has been established to source funding and make decisions. If you would like to be a part of this group please contact Cllr Brown

 

WILDFLOWER VERGES PROJECT

Interested in joining our group of volunteers in adding life and colour to our local road verges?

For more info: contact Keith on 07779 242191 or email wemburyverges@gmail.com

 

NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN

If you are interested in where there is likely to be future development within Wembury Parish - then join the Neighbourhood Plan Group to determine the future of Wembury Parish.

Details can be found on their own website:

www.pownplan.org

Or - Email Pownplan



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 around the wonderful Parish of Wembury.
Please refer to "About Wembury Parish" for more sources of information

New Parish Council

We welcome the new Parish Council who will be in post till 2023. Most are returning councillors and we now have four new councillors - Meg Newstead, Coral Smith, Graham Truscott and Mark Kenny.

The new Chairman is Cllr Brown and the Vice Chairman is Cllr Drought.

 


WEMBURY SCHOOL FAYRE

 The Wembury Parish Council stall

 

The Wembury Neighbourhood Plan Stall

 


 News & General Informatio

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.