At long last, the Village Hall is re-opening from the 17th May 2021.
Current status of the Church, Village Hall and Sports & Social Club.
Picking up milk on your way home just got a lot easier thanks to a round the clock vending machine situated at a farm gate on a main commuter route in and out of Exeter. Mount Boon Farm is just outside Longdown on the B3212 – a key route home for people living in the […]
The B3212 will be closed between Longdown and Dunsford from Monday 2 to Friday 6 December, meaning that the 359 bus service will not be able to serve Longdown during this period. To ensure that passengers are not left isolated, Devon County Council have arranged for a taxi to collect passengers from Longdown once a […]
Going to an Inquest and being told about the last moments of your loved one’s life can be a hard day for anyone to have to go through but having someone there to help can make the process far less traumatic. The Exeter and Greater Devon District Coroners’ Court is now setting up a Support […]
The annual Longdown village fete was blessed with warmth and sunshine this year – a particular blessing as June was otherwise a cool and often damp month. As all fete organisers know good weather is the key to getting people to turn out on a Saturday afternoon with children, parents and friends in the expectation […]
In April, Teignbridge District Council voted unanimously to declare a Climate Emergency for a Carbon Neutral Teignbridge by 2025. As a result a public meeting is being held on Thursday 4th July 7pm-9pm, Coombeshead Academy Theatre, Newton Abbot, TQ12 1PT. An action group representing different environmental organisations in Teignbridge have met up with TDC. We want to […]
Following its popularity last year, the Rural Skip Service is making a return to Longdown on Saturday 20th July 2019, from 10:00am until 12:30pm, in the bus stop opposite The Lamb. The following materials CANNOT be accepted (The Contractor’s decision is final in deciding the volumes and types of material acceptable): Dead pets & animals Food […]
Please be aware that Adders have been seen on the footpath between Chapel Hill (just left of the BT exchange building) which leads to the Main Road (Joe Hill). If walking along that path please exercise caution, wear covered footwear and keep dogs on a lead.
The coffee morning held on Saturday 13th April at the village hall in aid of Hospiscare was a resounding success raising a total amount of £583.15. Amongst the bacon baps, numerous cakes, tea & coffee consumed, a draw was held along with guess the number of Easter Eggs in the jar, there were 118 if […]