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Caring for our community and the people who live in it

Welcome

Tawstock Parish is situated on the southern edge of the ancient borough town of Barnstaple. The Parish now encompasses the newer urban areas of Sticklepath and Larkbeer, in the area commonly known as Roundswell. The Parish includes many outlying rural villages and surrounded clockwise from the north by the parishes of Barnstaple, Bishop's Tawton, Atherington, Yarnscombe, Horwood, Lovacott, Newton Tracey and Fremington.

Tawstock village lies near the centre of the Parish and is a peaceful village located beside the picturesque Taw valley in North Devon. While the population of the village is relatively small, the census of 2021 recorded 2744 residents of the parish as a whole.

Historically the Parish was based entirely around a farming community, but now has a growing urban population, and our new website aims to deliver clear information in an up to date way to all its residents.

Our Next Meeting Dates

Our next Parish Council meeting dates will be on:

Tawstock Agenda 16th of July 2024-Open Link

Tawstock Agenda 20th August 2024- No meeting

Tawstock Agenda 17th September 2024-

 

Tawstock Planning Sub Committee Agenda 16th of July 2024-Open Link

       Tawstock Planning Sub Committee 20th of August- No meeting

Tawstock Planning Sub Committee Agenda 17th September 2024-

 

Tawstock Parks & Open Spaces Agenda 11th of April 2024-Open Link

   Tawstock Extra Ordinary meeting Agenda 30th May 2024- Open Link

Tawstock Parks & Open Spaces Agenda 11th of July 2024-Open Link

 

Chairs Annual report- May 2024-Open link

The venue for our next meeting will be at

Sticklepath Methodist Church, 15 Rhododendron Avenue, Sticklepath, Barnstaple. EX31 2DL

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