Commissioner calls for second home owners to #ComeBackLater The Police and Crime Commissioner for one of the country’s most visited areas has backed calls for tourists and second home owners to stay away this Easter and to consider making… More
The Knowstone and Yeo Mill dance clubs meet every Wednesday to dance the night away to music for the 30's, 40's and 50's. Not only do they have a fantastic time meeting up and dancing but both clubs also raise funds for charity. This winter it was… More
Please click on the links below to find three traffic notices with regard tree safety and visibility clearance on the A39 and A361. Speed restrictions will be in place on the link road until June 2020 as contractors cut back trees infected with Ash… More
KNOWSTONE PARISH COUNCIL Assistance during the Coronavirus crisis In order to help residents within the Parish who are unable to go out, the Parish Council is drawing up a list of volunteers who are able to help undertake tasks on their behalf… More
The newsletter below comes from Alison Hernandez, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. This newsletter is being sent to you in extraordinary times, as the country makes efforts to control the spread of the… More
The PCC wish to let everyone know that all church services at St. Peter's Church have been cancelled until further notice, Sadly this includes the Easter Sunday service. Good wishes are sent to everyone at this time.
The following information has been sent by Devon and Cornwall Community Watch Association. Good Neighbour Groups caring for our Communities Would you be prepared to help sick, vulnerable and self-isolated people in your community who have… More
Due to the current coronavirus situation Knowstone Parish Hall committee have decided to close the hall for three months. Please note that bookings are being taken from 17th June but are subject to cancellation.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, and on government advice to avoid unnecessary travel and increase social distancing, the Exe Valley Market Bus service regrettably is cancelled until further notice.
The film night due to take place on Thursday 19th March has been cancelled. Those booked in for the meal at the Masons Arms should note that this part of the event is still going ahead.