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Council tax energy scheme to go live - you may be able to claim: for information see the attached link



Help available for some households with the rising cost of living - see the bulletin above. 



 There is a parish review ongoing at this moment and for a while yet.  Views are being asked for and the link above will take you to more information and how to submit your comments should you wish to do so.

CHAT are offering assistance with support and advice on housing, rent arrears, debts, money, all free and impartial - see the poster on the village noticeboard for details, or phone 0800 0590104 

/_UserFiles/Files/_Other/Notice of work Yeoford Bridge 20220111.pdf   Letter with notice of closure of Yeoford Bridge by Network Rail to facilitate final repairs.


Colebrooke is a village and parish in rural Devon about 8 km west of Crediton. The hamlets of Colebrooke and Coleford and Penstone form part of the parish.

Colebrooke Parish Council was established in 1894 and has nine parish councillors. On this website you will find details of our current councillors and the latest information about the work of the Council. The Council meets bi monthly, usually on the third Tuesday evening of the month, at 7.00pm at Colebrooke Village Hall. Members of the public can attend any meeting of the Council and there is an agenda item for public participation at the beginning of each Council meeting.

Colebrooke Parish Council welcomes feedback from the parish and details of how to contact the Clerk and the Councillors are on the website. 

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Colebrooke Parish Council is the level of elected government that is closest to the community, with the district authority (Mid Devon District Council) above it in the hierarchy. Being close to the community, Colebrooke Parish Councillors can be the first place people will go with concerns or ideas. For this reason they play a vital part in village life, making decisions on behalf of the people in the parish. Colebrooke Parish Councillors have a passion for making a difference within their local community, recognising the needs of the young and the elderly in equal measure while taking into consideration the legal boundaries within which they work.