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, welcome to Cullompton Town Council websiteThu, 2nd April 2015

Cullompton Town Council serving the Parish of Cullompton in Devon

The stunning scenery, the mild climate and relaxed way of life have attracted visitors to Cullompton from all over the UK as well as from overseas for many years. Many come back year after year. One major reason for visiting Cullompton in Devon is its position in the heart of some of the finest scenery in the West Country yet it's still very much a tranquil country area. Despite its perfect location, Cullompton has remained unspoilt, retaining its individual charm and only now gradually waking up to its potential as a rural retreat. There's a friendly feel to the place, with less rush and much less commercialism than in the nearby resort areas. It's a wonderful inland area to stay in and yet be within easy reach of so many attractions and coastal delights.

You can use the tabs to the left to find your way around the site.

Please contact us if you have questions concerning the work of the Town Council, if you have any concerns that you feel the Council should be aware of or where it can help or support you.

 


Work will commence shortly on the works to mitigate flooding at Heyridge Meadow.  A plan of the proposed works can be found here.


 

The former HARLEQUIN VALET.   To find the latest update from Mid Devon District Council, please click here.

The Manor House Hotel.  To find the latest update from Mid Devon District Council, please click here.


Please click here to view the latest edition of the Cullompton Crier.


WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE A TOWN COUNCILLOR?
 On the 7th May 2015 there will be an election for the Member of Parliament, District Councillors and Town Councillors. There are 15 positions on the town council, which cover three  wards. If you are interested in applying for one of these seat then click here  for more information. 
 

The Town Hall offices are open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 9.30am to 1.30pm

and on Wednesday 9.30am to 12.30pm

Telephone: (01884) 38249


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