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Coronavirus Support 

If you are self-isolating and need help 

OR

you are in a position to offer help

please contact any of your parish councillors

who will put you in touch with someone who can assist you/who needs your assistance.

Contact details

Derek Boustred – 841395 07851720601

Kate Scott-Clarke – 841638 07970116031

Nigel Barrowcliffe - 841755

Sarah Poole – 841889 07881901164

Angela Richards – 841037 07546159583

James Maunder – 841838 07703062702

Stoke Canon Post Office are happy to deliver supplies if needed.

Please contact the shop on 841420

Here are the links to the Government and the NHS websites which will keep you updated on the latest developments.

https://www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/coronavirus-covid-19-uk-government-response

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/

17/03/20 

Vacancies for Parish Councillors

Are you interested in joining the Parish Council?

We need volunteers to donate as much or as little time as they can afford, attend bi-monthly meetings and help us to make decisions on behalf of the community regarding planning, footpaths, maintenance, flood plans and much more.

If you are interested or want to find out more information please CONTACT NEVILLE ( CLERK) ON 01395 567887 OR EMAIL: CLERK@STOKECANON.ORG.UK

Posted by Kate Scott-Clarke 16/7/17


 

 

 

Stoke CanonWelcome to Stoke Canon Parish Council’s website. Here you will find information about our village, what the Parish Council does for the village, the meeting agendas and dates and financial information as well as contact details and information about the Councillors.

Stoke Canon is located approximately 4.5miles North-East of Exeter within the East Devon District Council area. The village is mentioned in the Domesday Book , at that time it had a population of 14 households, it has grown somewhat since then with a population of 660 at the last count (2011 census).

Stoke Canon is a friendly and active village with many community events taking place throughout the year.

The village has many amenities including a Primary School, Post Office and Shop , community-run pub and hair and beauty salon. One of the centre-points of community life is the St. Mary Magdalene church incorporating The Bridge Community Centre. There is also a Christian Fellowship Chapel and The Jubilee Hall which hosts both private and community events including a monthly market. There is a small but well-equipped children’s play park and a playing field too.

Stoke Canon