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DEVON HIGHWAYS – REPORT A PROBLEM

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If you notice any problems on the highway, such as potholes, faulty street lights, overgrowing vegetation or other hazards, the County Council have a dedicated "Report a problem" page on their website. Hopefully, the more residents who report a problem, the greater the likelihood of it being repaired. Here is a link to the web page: https://new.devon.gov.uk/roadsandtransport/report-a-problem/   Read more

STICKLEPATH ANNUAL PARISH MEETING – WEDNESDAY 9TH MAY – 6PM

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All residents of Sticklepath are invited to attend the Annual Parish Meeting which is being held at the Village Hall on the above date. Reports will be presented from: James McInnes - Devon County Councillor; William Cann - West Devon Borough Councillor; Derek Webber - Dartmoor National Park Representative; Ian Brooker - Dartmoor National Park Ranger; Devon and Cornwall Constabulary, National Trust – Finch Foundry and Sticklepath... Read more

Organised Walks

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Organised Walks in Parishes around Okehampton Sticklepath Parish Council have supported a new network of organised walks which residents and visitors might enjoy. For more information contact: davidbottingpage@hotmail.com Saturday 21st April. Sampford Courtenay Village Stroll – 10.30 from the village hall. Saturday 28th April Belstone ‘Dawn Chorus’ Walk – with breakfast after! – 5.30 from the village hall Also... Walk and Talk North Tawton – 10.30 from... Read more

Latest Police Alert

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Fraudulent websites alleging to offer cryptocurrency investments are dishonestly using the image of Martin Lewis, the founder and editor for moneysavingexpert.com, as an endorsement for their companies. The adverts using Martin Lewis to promote illicit schemes can be found on social media and other websites. Clicking on the advert takes you to the full article where Martin Lewis image is presented along with fake quotes recommending investments... Read more

Parish Council Meeting – Wednesday 4 April 2018

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Parish Council Meeting on Wednesday 4th April 2018 at 7.30PM STICKLEPATH VILLAGE HALL MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND NO.   ITEM 1.       APOLOGIES 2.      APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF MEETING HELD 7 March 2018 3.      DECLARATION OF INTERESTS 4.      MATTERS CARRIED FORWARD 4.1    Footpaths Network Meeting – report. 4.2   VAS and Gateways – report on Highways visit... Read more

Sticklepath Heritage Group

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Public Meeting and AGM Tuesday 17th April at 7pm in the Village Hall Sticklepath Heritage Group (SHG) continues to develop and has completed another busy year, which the committee is keen to share with everyone. The evening will be relaxed, with refreshments and a chance to meet friends, neighbours et al, and where you can ask questions, suggest areas of interest and bring contributions – photos, documents... Read more

Changes to Refuse Collection

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With effect from 16th April, each household will need to use two separate recycling boxes to recycle their household waste. Letters have been set to all households with the new Council Tax demand. If you do not have a 2nd recycling box, the easiest way to get one is to order on-line at https://www.westdevon.gov.uk/newcontainer Read more

Thieves attempting to remove BT phone boxes

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  NEWS WARNING TO ALL KIOSK SITES Please be aware that there are groups of thieves in Leicestershire and Rutland areas that are turning up in villages and attempting to remove kiosks. They claim to be from BT, but of course are not! Today some men in high vis arrived with pneumatic drills and started excavating the phone box to remove it. This seen by a passer-by... Read more

Parish Council Meeting – Wednesday 7 March 2018

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Parish Council Meeting on Wednesday 7th March 2018 at 7.30PM STICKLEPATH VILLAGE HALL MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND NO.    ITEM 1.        APOLOGIES 2.        APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF MEETING HELD 6 February 2018 3.        DECLARATION OF INTERESTS 4.       MATTERS CARRIED FORWARD 4.1 Speed monitoring equipment/Village Gateway Sign – update from Cllr Moore 4.2 Handrail... Read more

SCAM ALERT – Fraudulent HMRC Callers

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It's a scam - please talk to vulnerable relatives and friends about this Police would like to warn the public in the South West about a phone scam that is conning vulnerable and elderly people out of thousands of pounds. The scammers prey on victims by cold calling them and impersonating an HMRC member of staff. They tell them that they owe large amounts of tax which... Read more

Rainfall data for Sticklepath

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Rainfall levels, (in mm), for the village of Sticklepath over the past years. 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 UK Average Jan 130.5 124.5 289.5 210 230 66.5 225.25 188 Feb 37.5 72.5 364 108 193 106 169.2 Mar 18.5 33.5 124.5 107 76.5 139.5 145.75 80 Apr 10 226.5 41 113.5 26 47.5 28.5 67.8 May 77 18.5 100 104.5 85.5 29 87 99.6... Read more

Devon County Council – Flood Resilience Grants

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Devon County Council has set up a grant for individual home owners to be better equipped with the tools and basic defence measures they need to be able to deal with flooding.  It is called the Property Level Resilience Grant. Follow this link to Devon County Council's website for further information about the grant. https://new.devon.gov.uk/floodriskmanagement/flood-resilience/ Read more

Fix My Street – Fault reporting websites

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Report any local problems such as graffiti, overflowing bins, parking, dog fouling, fly tipping, recycling, street cleaning through the following website and the fault will be directed to West Devon Borough Council: https://www.fixmystreet.com/ Report any problems relating to highways such as pot holes, flooding, blocked drains, street lights, hazardous trees, overgrown vegetation, trip hazards, manhole covers, public rights of way, ice and snow to Devon County Council... Read more

Dartmoor National Park – Car Parking Charges

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Dartmoor National Park are consulting on proposals to introduce parking charges at 5 of its car parks: Haytor Lower, Haytor Upper, Postbridge, Meldon Reservoir and Newbridge. To take part in the consultation visit: http://www.dartmoor.gov.uk/about-us/how-we-work/current-consultations Consultation closes Friday 18 August 2017 Read more

Sticklepath Defibrillator

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Sticklepath now has its very own defibrillator! To raise awareness of this, there will be an opening ceremony on Friday 10th March at 4pm at the old telephone kiosk opposite the Devonshire Inn, and all are welcome. Additionally, a training session in the use of the defibrillator will take place in the village hall on Saturday 3rd June 10am – 12am. There is no need to book... Read more

Devon and Cornwall Police Alert

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Residents are asked to exercise caution when receiving calls purported to be from your or another Bank: Police received a report of a member of the public being phoned by a Bank to report £400 had been stolen from their account. The caller stated they would receive £400 on top of the recovered monies providing they first withdrew £2000 and purchased £2000 of iTUNE Gift Cards. The... Read more

Devon & Cornwall Police Alert to Amazon email scam

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Action Fraud has received several reports from victims who have been sent convincing looking emails claiming to be from Amazon. The spoofed emails from “service@amazon.co.uk” claim recipients have made an order online and mimic an automatic customer email notification. The scam email claims recipients have ordered an expensive vintage chandelier. Other reported examples include: Bose stereos, iPhone’s and luxury watches. The emails cleverly state that if recipients... Read more

STICKLEPATH AND BELSTONE SCHOOL CHARITY

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GRANT APPLICATIONS TO STICKLEPATH AND BELSTONE SCHOOL CHARITY Applications for financial support are invited from young people, aged under 25 years, who live in the parishes of Belstone and Sticklepath. The objective of the Charity is "To promote the education (including social and physical training) of persons who are under the age of 25".  Eligible people, or organisations, can apply to the Charity for a grant to... Read more


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