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CORONAVIRUS UPDATES 

TRANSPORT FOR KEY WORKERS

Due to the reduction of bus services across the county, Devon County Council are trialling an on-demand subsidised taxi service for Devon residents for key workers accessing employment only.

This service is intended to replace those journeys which were previously made by bus - a subsidised flat fare will be charged.

Requests can only be made by email and should be sent to devonbus@devon.gov.uk

Please include the following information in your email:

NAME, ADDRESS, KEY WORKER STATUS, EMPLOYER / PAYROLL REF

JOURNEY REQUIREMENTS (pick up/drop off)

We will aim to respond to all requests as soon as possible during normal office hours – journeys should be booked 48 hours in advance of travel.

https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/UKDEVONCC/bulletins/28a3520   7th May.  Re-cycling centres re-opening on Monday 9th May but for essential items only. 

Advice for Volunteers confidentiality.

Colebrooke virus bulletin no 5  15th May.

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 7.30pm 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.