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Latest News

Yoga classes will start again for the summer term from Monday 29th July. All abilities are welcome. 

A consultation is currently taking place on the running of the fire and rescue service in Devon and Somerset. Under the new proposals, underused resources would be moved from where the risk is low meaning more investment into work to reach the most… More

We were very saddened to hear of the passing of Brenda Nicholson who formerly resided at Rosemary Cottage B&B with her daughter Tiffany Nicholson before moving into South Molton last year. Brenda enjoyed becoming involved in the village and… More

Congratulations to Richard and Laura Stanbury on the birth of their son George who arrived on 7th July and weighed in at 9lb 3oz. We are all looking forward to seeing George out and about in the village with his parents, grandparents and his great… More

The bride arrived at St Peter's Church in style yesterday atop her mother's horse. Photo courtesy of Mark Dodson at the Masons Arms. As all the bystanders agreed it was lovely to have a wedding in the village again. 

It has been 14 years since St Peter's Church, Knowstone has witnessed a marriage and we are very excited that there is to be a wedding in the village this weekend. Amy Dey, the daughter of Chris and Phil Dey at the Old School House will be marrying… More

We are very pleased to hear that after a three month stay in hospitals in Barnstaple and Bristol East Knowstone's newest resident, Ted Boyles, has been able come home with his parents Ceri and Dean Boyles. Congratulations to everyone and we look… More

The community bus will not be travelling to South Molton on Thursday 20th June as it will be in the garage for a service. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. 

The Dog Show at the Knowstone Fair was really well supported this year. There was a great fun atmosphere as dogs of all shapes, sizes and ages vied for a rosette in the ten different classes. Many thanks must go to Copper Howe for organising it, to… More

A very popular part of the Knowstone Fair was the chance to win a lunchtime meal for two at the Masons Arms which was very kindly donated by Mark and Sarah Dodson. All you needed to do was purchase one of the Fair programmes and enter your name into… More