Casual Vacancies for Two Parish Councillors - Princetown
The Council is looking to co-opt two new Councillors within the Princetwon ward at the next meeting on the 25th October 2022.
Please see the poster for more information or speak to a local Councillor about what the role entails.
Co-option Poster October 2022
1st October 2022
ROAD CLOSURE Tuesday 6th and Wednesday 7th September - BelleverTHE COUNTY OF DEVON (TEMPORARY RESTRICTION) (CLAPPER BRIDGE TO BELLEVER YOUTH HOSTEL TO BELLEVER BRIDGE, POSTBRIDGE) NOTICE 2022
TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC & PARKING
DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL hereby give NOTICE that:
From TUESDAY 6 SEPTEMBER 2022 Until WEDNESDAY 7 SEPTEMBER 2022 (both dates inclusive)
Roads affected -CLAPPER BRIDGE TO BELLEVER YOUTH HOSTEL TO BELLEVER BRIDGE, POSTBRIDGE
The alternative, signed, route for vehicles will be via - CLAPPER BRIDGE TO BELLEVER YOUTH HOSTEL, POSTBRIDGE, B3212, ROAD TO RUNNAGE BRIDGE, RUNNAGE BRIDGE TO GRENDON COTTAGE, GRENDON COTTAGE CROSS TO BLACKATON COTTAGE CROSS, BLACKATON MANOR CROSS TO ROWDEN CROSS, ROAD PAST LOWER CATOR FARM, WIDECOMBE IN THE MOOR, MIDDLE CATOR CROSS TO WEST SHALLOWFORD CROSS, PIZWELL BRIDGE TO CATOR COURT CROSS, BELLEVER BRIDGE TO PIZWELL BRIDGE, POSTBRIDGE AND VICE VERSA
This temporary restriction is considered necessary to enable -
DEVON HIGHWAYS - RENEW COLLAPSING CATTLE GRID (ANNUAL ORDER FOR WEST DEVON & TORRIDGE GREY DEFECT REPAIRS)
For additional information contact: MILESTONE INFRASTRUCTURE
Telephone: 0203 307 7935
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1st September 2022
Casual Vacancy for Parish Councillor - Princetown
Have you got what it take to be a Parish Councillor?
Why not come along to our next meeting on Tuesday 23rd August, at 1930, Princetown Community Centre, to see what its all about.
All residents are welcome to attend the meetings and contribute in the public sessions if they wish to.
Alternatively, contact one of the Councillors to have an informal chat about what's involved. Details can be found on the website
Councillor Vacancy - Co-option Poster August 2022
16th August 2022
Council Launches Road Safety Initiative for the B3212
Short video regarding the reflective collars for ponies and cattle on Dartmoor https://youtu.be/WUMTvp9x8W8
4th July 2022
Council Launches Road Safety Initiative for the B3212More than 200 animals on Dartmoor are being given reflective neckbands to make them more visible to vehicles and help prevent road traffic collisions.
The bands will be issued to famers of 80 Dartmoor Ponies and 150 cattle following a successful funding bid to the Vision Zero South West Road Safety partnership.
The idea is just one of the measures in the initiative led by Dartmoor Forest Parish Council who say collisions and animal deaths have been a major concern for several years.
The Council successfully bid for £6,306 from the Vision Zero South West ‘Call For Ideas’ scheme which will pay for neckbands for animals specifically along the B3212 road from Peek Hill to Princetown.
An additional Vehicle Activated Speed sign and improved signage along the stretch of road have also been funded by the initiative.
The scheme is being officially launched at a special event on Friday, June 24 at 10am outside the Princetown Visitors Centre.
Press Release Vision Zero SW Grant
21st June 2022
Casual Vacancy for Two Parish Councillors - PrincetownThe Council is now in a position to co-opt a new councillor to replace David Worth, who resigned his position at the end of April.
If you are interested, or know of someone who would make a good Councillor, please take a look at the pdf below.
Councillor Vacancy - Co-option Poster May 2022
2nd June 2022
Vacancy for Two Parish Councillors - Princetown
Council has been given authority to co-opt a Councillor to replace David Worth, who resigned his position at the end of April. More information regarding the co-option process will be given shortly.
Following the resignation of Cllr Wendy Stones, after 31 years as a Parish Councillor and attendance at her final meeting on the 24th May 2022 - Notice is hereby given that a vacancy exist in the office of Parish Councillor for the Princetown Ward of Dartmoor Forest Parish Council.
Please see the document below for details.
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27th May 2022
Would you like to be a School Governor with Princetown Primary School?
Do you have a little spare time to volunteer?
Would you like to do something worthwhile that represents your community?
Are you keen to do something rewarding that will help benefit the next generation?
Do you have a desire to contribute to our children’s education and ensure they get a good start in life?
Are you over the age of 18 years and would you like to be part of a team that supports a school to achieve this?
Do you have a wider interest in education or a specific role that would benefit from your experience as a governor?
We are looking for people who are self-motivated, enthusiastic and objective with an enquiring mind. You may bring life skills or skills you have gained through work, and we are also looking for governors of all ages. You do not need to be an expert in education but will be willing to learn as training and induction is provided, and you may learn new skills that will help you in your work life. You will also be willing to listen and work as a team.
An Daras Trust is comprised of 8 primary schools based around North Petherwin, Werrington, St Stephens by Launceston, 2 in Launceston town, Coads Green, Lew Trenchard and Princetown. We are looking for people of all ages, including young people in these communities to consider being a governor.
If you are interested to learn more about being a governor at Princetown Primary School, please contact Toni Martin on firstname.lastname@example.org or the Chair of Governors, Sheila Manning on email@example.com who will provide you with more information and arrange to meet.
4th April 2022
Co-option Notice to residentsDartmoor Forest Parish Council are now looking to Co-opt a member of the parish onto the Council.
30th November 2021
Dartmoor Forest Parish Council Casual VacancyNotice of casual vacancy that has occurred within the Council.
27th October 2021
Cimate Emergency StatementTHE DARTMOOR FOREST PARISH COUNCIL CLIMATE DECLARATION
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25th October 2021
Audit Inspection NotificationThe Notice of conclusion of Audit
Click here for full details
23rd October 2021
Vacancy - Parish Clerk and Responsible Financial OfficerDartmoor Forest Parish Council is a forward-looking active council seeking a Parish Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer. Must be experienced in meeting organisation, minute taking and administration and a competent user of MS Office. Further training will be provided. Based from home for 25-35 hours per month, with regular meetings in the parish. Hourly rate based on national pay levels. Starting rate £10.86/hour.
Please see below for full job description. For an informal discussion please contact the current Clerk, Steve Cox on 01822 258549. To apply, email a CV with a covering letter outlining your suitability and experience to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5th July 2021.
Parish Clerk Job Description
23rd June 2021
Princetown CCTV Project - Frequently Asked Questions
The Parish Council have put together the below document to answer some of the questions that residents may have around the Princetown CCTV project.
If you would like to find out more then please contact one of your local councillors, the Clerk or attend one of the monthly parish council meetings. All details can be found on this website.
DFPC CCTV Frequently Asked Questions
3rd February 2021
Dartmoor Forest Parish COVID 19 Community Support : Do you need help with shopping, collecting medicines or dog walking?
At this difficult time, it is more important than ever that we do everything we can do to support each other. If you are self-isolating and need help then please contact one of the volunteers from our parish who have kindly offered to help. We even have two teachers who have offered to provide telephone advice on home schooling!
Please click on the link below to download details of who can help and their contact telephone number and email address.
Download List of Volunteers (pdf)
Click here for the latest Government guidance
1st February 2021
Rural Crime NewsletterThis is the first force wide publication from the Rural Affairs team across the two counties of Devon and Cornwall.
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16th September 2020
COVID 19 - Volunteers wanted to help those needing assistance in the ParishIn light of the announcement that individuals and families must stay at home, it is more important than ever that we do everything we can do to support each other. The parish council would like to ask for volunteers to help those that need assistance across the parish.
Please click on the link below to find out how you can help. Please also see the government guidance on how to help people safely.
Download information on how you can help (pdf)
Government Website - Guidance on how to help safely
24th March 2020