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The competition classes for the Summer Fair (taking place on Sunday 28th June 2020) have been revealed.  Click on the links below to see what you can start practising and preparing, to find the entry form with the all important rules and the… More

Please see details below of the Pilates classes starting in Knowstone soon. 

Please see below details of a road closure on A361 w/c 24th February, Full details can be found here.   

Please see details below on how to contact the local MP.    

See below for the dates when the Tiverton Mobile Library will be be visiting Knowstone.   

At the beginning of 2019 a Knit and Natter group was formed in Roachill. One of the knitting challenges the intrepid group set themselves was to knit scenes from the Nativity. During one session Cath Morgans suggested that the knitted Nativity… More

Knowstone Inner and Outer moors are owned by the Devon Wildlife Trust. These are the moors by the road which goes from the A361 to Roachill and also the moors on the other side of the link road (NB: Haresdown Moor is owned by the Knowstone Parish… More

On Saturday 22nd February at 7pm there will be a Beetle Drive in the village hall. This fun event is simple to take part in but can be very competitive as participants vie for the honour of being the first to complete their beetle!  £10 per head (… More

Please see below details of a Housing Needs Survey which will be arriving on doormats and in post boxes in Knowstone in the coming weeks and will be sent out by the Devon Rural Housing Partnership. Please take the time to complete the form.  Are… More

Devon and Cornwall have asked us to pass on the following information with regard courier fraud. Criminals carry out courier fraud by cold calling the victim, purporting to be a police officer or bank official. The fraudsters will then claim there’s… More