On the evening of 10th January a black kitten was found in Knowstone village. It is not microchipped and the vet believes it is c. 6 months old. It is very friendly and appears to be used to other animals and children. The kitten is currently being… More
The competitions which can be entered at the Knowstone Village Fair and Show have been revealed and published in the In Touch February / March magazine. However you can also view them here and on the special Knowstone Village Fair and Show tab on… More
We were sad to hear of the death of a former East Knowstone parishioner Iris Riley and her funeral service details are below. Iris was involved in many community activities whilst in the parish, serving as Parish Clerk and being involved in… More
The first bus service after Christmas will be Thursday, 3rd January to South Molton.
The dates of the bin collections over the Christmas / New Year period are as follow: Green (paid for) garden waste = Saturday 29th December 2018 Recycling = Thursday 3rd January 2019 Black bin = Saturday 5th January 2019
On Armistice Day Reg and Copper Howe put 11 crosses with poppies around the stone ring at Knowstone pound with battery candles that were lit at dusk and from 11am. Each cross depicted one of the men of Knowstone parish who lost their lives in the… More
The Parish Hall now has a disabled toilet which has been purpose built by local builder John Locke. The toilet is sited in the foyer area where the bookshelves used to be. The toilets for the men is now urinals only. The ladies toilets remain… More
Wessex Resolutions are a not-for-profit organisation working in partnership with North Devon Council. They provide council subsidised loans to eligible homeowners and landlords for essential home repairs and have been working across the district… More