We are unable to have a full print run of the Plymtree Parish Magazine for April (and presumably subsequent months too) so are publishing the magazine here. Please view the magazine below or download the PDF file to read it.
All 19 of Devon County Council’s recycling centres have been closed until further notice effective immediately. For further information please see the Devon County Council website.
A letter to all Plymtree Residentsfrom the Parish Counciland the Plymtree Community Shop COVID-19 – How We May Help Each Other The government’s restrictions on our movements and activities as it tries to manage the burden on the NHS will affect many people locally. We
Please see the East Devon guidance here
PLYMTREE PARISH COUNCIL Minutes of meeting held on 3rd March 2020 at 7.30 pm in the Vestry Room. Present: Cllrs I Robinson (IR), R Tift (RT), A Cook (AC), J Penman (JP), A Stride (AS), S Martin (SM), I Chubb (IC), J Franklyn (JF, Clerk)
In Plymtree February was a very wet and often windy month. It was also generally very mild with no air frosts recorded. The total rainfall I measured for the month was 167.7mm, making it the wettest February since February 2014, when 178.1mm was recorded. The