Thank you so much for helping make our Discover the Culm event back in October such a huge success! Now, hot off its heels comes the Blueprint Forum Launch. It’s time for us to join together to create a better future for the Culm. This online event is designed to be accessible for as many […]
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We hope to set up the Green Repair Cafe in Broadhembury Parish [as soon as Covid regulations make this practicable.] Our aims will be to help people fix broken stuff in a friendly atmosphere, so less gets thrown away. A lot of simple repairs can be made quite quickly, you can be shown how to […]
For your information as residents of the Broadhembury Parish, please follow the link to find out what it means to be at the medium alert level Medium Alert Level Update Coronavirus (COVID-19) response update from Devon County Council Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response Update
Having taken soundings as to the best way to conduct this years’ delayed APCM and Parishioners’ Meeting, we have decided to hold the meeting in St Andrew’s Church Broadhembury. The reasons for this decision are: A meeting can be held in a Covid safe manner in the church.An online meeting including video and telephone is still considered to be […]
The PC has received the following email from Devon County Council: Dear Clerk to the Council, By now you would normally have seen a copy of the annual area timetable book. This year, however, with so much disruption, a succession of service changes, reduced travel and a lack of outlets for distribution of paper information, […]
Threats to Devon’s treesAsh dieback is a disease affecting ash trees in our countryside and towns. It threatens to wipe out over 90% of Britain’s native ash species and is likely to cause safety issues that need to be managed by landowners in highrisk areas.Loss of ash trees, woodland, and hedgerow species could have a […]
A letter from the Blackdown Hills Parish Network to the Secretary of State re. Rural Broadband.
Local company news re. Coronavirus food and drink supplies.
This interactive application from the National Atmospheric Emissions Inventory allows you to explore emissions data from their 2017 inventory.