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Chittlehamholt, Satterleigh and Warkleigh Parish Council
Would you like to become an empowered member of your community and help to reduce the impact of domestic violence?
Would you like to become an active bystander and feel confident in challenging poor behaviours, and bring about cultural change through the reinforcement of messages defining the boundaries of unacceptable behaviour?
The Council requests that parishioners and visitors use the litter bin by the entrance to Launds playing field sensibly.
The Council is inviting tenders for grass cutting/strimming within the Launds Playing Field in Chittlehamholt.
With a £300 grant from the Devon Biosphere, the Council has been able to create a community orchard of 20 fruit trees in the Launds Playing Field.
The Police and Crime Commissioner's Annual Report for 2019-2020 is now available.
The latest update from the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Devon & Cornwall
Wth the adevnt of the second lockdown in November, the Community Help Group has restarted its activities and is ready to provide assistance to parishioners where necessary, as it did during the first lockdown.