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Items of Interest A-D
- An Adult Exmoor Nativity at Dulverton by Starlight (Sunday 2nd December)
- Submitted Community Nominations
- Bernard How
- Chris Nelder - resignation
- Chris Nelder
- Community Rights - Localism
- Community Budgets - What are they?
- Council Tax increase?
- Cleaning Services Contract extension
- DOG FOULING
- Donkey Derby
- DTC 2014 Meeting dates
- Dulverton/Exmoor - Community Bus
- Dulverton Market - Your Survey form - here
- Dulverton Voice, a free monthly paper
- Items of Interest E-H
- Items of Interest I-L
- Items of Interest M-P
- Items of Interest P-T
- Items of Interest U-Z
- Street Lighting Project
- DTC Standing Orders
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- The Good Councillor's Guide
- Financial Regulations - 12th Aug 2013
- Dulverton 2010 - Parish Plan
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Places of Interest PARKING and things to do
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- Exmoor National Park - Visitor Centre
- Exmoor 4 All
- PARKING in Dulverton
- Somewhere to Stay
- The Guildhall Heritage & Arts Centre
- Tarr Steps
- The Exmoor Pony Centre
- What's on Exmoor
Local Activities and amenities
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- Dulverton Angling Association
- Dulverton Carnival & Craft Fair
- Dulverton by Starlight 2013
- Dulverton Cricket Club
- Dulverton Folk Festival
- Dulverton Film Society
- Dulverton Players - Theatre Company
- Dulverton Public Convenience
- Dulverton Sports Field
- Dulverton Snooker Club
- Dulverton Squash Club
- Dulverton Tennis Club
- Dulverton Town Football Club
- Dulverton Town Hall
Local Businesses In Dulverton Parish
Local Businesses - A to C
- Acorn Antiques
- Anthony Sampson - Antique Dealers
- A Web Site like this?
- Barle Gallery
- Beckford's - Art work (wood/stone carving)
- Bodmin House - Hairdresser
- Brimblecombe - Gift Shop
- Carole King - Fashion Accessories
- Caravan Site - Dulverton
- Catley's Fish & Chips
- Castle Moor - Ladies Clothes Shop
- Caxtons - Antiques & Collectables
- Charity Shops - Dulverton
Local Businesses - D to L
- Doone House Store
- Dulverton Hardware Store
- Dulverton Laundry Ltd
- Dulverton Pharmacy
- Dulverton Veterinary Practice
- Estate Agents
- Farthing Farm Shop
- Fresh Fish Merchant
- Heidi Hardy Hypnotherapist
- High Society - Hairdressers
- Hows the Hair - Hairdresser
- ISiS Wellbeing and Skin Care
- Lance Nicholson Fishing & Guns
- Lewis's Tea Rooms
- Lloyd Maunder - Butcher
- Louise – Bric-à-brac
- Local Businesses - M to R
- Local Businesses - S to T
- Local Businesses - U to Z
- Not listed here? Changes required ?
- List of Businesses
- Local Businesses - A to C
- Dulverton Schools - Press Release along with your letters & comments
The Guildhall Heritage and Arts Centre is located off the Guildhall Car Park to the rear of Dulverton Library and the National Park Visitor Centre. It is open from Easter to the end of October and with free admission it offers access to various local exhibitions which change every year or so. Read More
Tarr Steps - The Tarr Steps are a medieval clapper bridge across the River Barle in a National Nature Reserve within the Exmoor National Park, A typical clapper bridge construction, the bridge possibly dates to around 1000 BC. The stone slabs weigh up to 1-2 tons apiece. According to local legend, they were placed by the devil to win a bet Read More
The next Town Council Meeting will be held at Dulverton Town Hall on 10th March 2014 staring at 7.30pm (1930), members of the Public are most welcome.
Meetings are normally held every second Monday of the month.
A vacancy has arisen, if you are interested in Dulverton and being part of the council process then maybe you would be ideally suited to be a Dulverton Town Councillor –
Road works & Closures for Dulverton
If you would like to be kept up to date directly via email on such items as coming road work, lighting etc please submit your email address.to the council
To see who your current councillors are click here
A Farmers Market in Dulverton - what do you think ?
2014 Car Parking - click here
Dulverton Heritage Centre to celebrate local businesses past and present
Tuesday February 18th - click here for more details
SALT AVAILABLE FOR COLLECTION
for more infromation click on attachment below
DulvertonVoice - a FREE monthly news paper for Dulverton
The Latest issue available from 1st of the month ( but not before )
Localism in Dulverton
Dulverton Street Lighting Switch off
Local Enterprise Partnership
The Heart of the South West is the Local Enterprise Partnership for Devon, Plymouth, Somerset and Torbay.
RAISE funds for Dulverton's Youth Club
You may or may not know that Dulverton has a youth club which is located by the Exmoor National Park HQ. The youth club celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2013. We deliver sessions on four evenings each week. We have highly qualified youth workers whose main aim is to support teenage young people with their complex needs as well as providing a relaxed and safe environment for them to socialise. Two of our older members are now apprentices and run one evening for the 7 to 11 age group.
It is has come as a surprise that this centre has been providing 50 years of support to the youth of the local communities. During that time financial support has come over the years in many forms.
A welcome form of support in previous years has been provided by Somerset County Council but in this current economic environment with cost saving the norm it is unlikely funds will be available for the new year hence the need to raise funds by a more direct method.
Please take time to check out how this works by following this link
http://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/how-it-works/ which will step you through the process.
If you do want to provide your support then Click here to support DULVERTON YOUTH CLUB
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A CHILD COULD GO BLIND & IT COULD BE YOURS.....
Your child could go blind or it could be somebody elses?
West Somerset DC
Canny shoppers love a bargain, especially when it comes to the cost of car parking.
A freeze in Council Tax for the coming year has been approved by West Somerset Council.
Small and medium size businesses in West Somerset that have been hit hard by the severe flooding may qualify for extra help to get them back on their feet.