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- Springfield Farm - Bed & Breakfast
- Stanbury & Son
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- The Copper Kettle - Tea Shoppe
- The Bridge Inn
- The Dulverton Delicatessen
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- The Farthing Farm Shop
- The Lion Hotel,
- The Perfect Thing
- The Rock Inn
- Tongdam Thai Restaurant and B&B
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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 8th September 2014
staring at 7.30pm (1930), members of the Public are most welcome.
Meetings are normally held every second Monday of the month. For future dates click here
Our Place - Localism
Did you attend the DTC meeting on Localism in November 2013?
And expressed an interested in being involved ?
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Dulverton Voice - a FREE monthly news paper for Dulverton
The Latest issue available from 1st of each month ( but not before )
It is clear that despite the Town Council providing Dog Poo bags for owners to pick up after their Dogs (a dispenser is located at the car park end of Abbots Way) a number of dog owners are still NOT clearing up their dogs mess.
Abbots Way is one of the worst areas, in one morning alone, 15 lots of mess was collected by a member of the public.
This is not just unsightly; it is a Serious Health Hazard endangering all of us and our Families. Therefore a more proactive action is required, and the Council have no option but to take the following action.
- The Town Council
Will set up a voluntary Dulverton Dog Watching Group who will carry Town Council photo ID’s and take photos and issue on the spot fines.
The District Council
Has been requested to increase the Dog Warden visits, they will prosecute people they catch.
Will provide the necessary training of voluntary Dog Watching Group to enable them to issue on the spot fines.
- The local Police have offered to provide support and guidance to Dog Watching Group
The Town Clerk will administer the scheme.
Or leave a note at the Town Council Offices in Lady Street
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
A CHILD COULD GO BLIND & IT COULD BE YOURS.....
Your child could go blind or it could be somebody elses?
West Somerset DC
Residents and visitors in Watchet can now feel even safer thanks to a new CCTV system that has been installed in the town.
West Somerset Council is delighted to be working with the Dogs Trust on a dog microchipping campaign and is urging dog owners to take advantage of the offer.
Brompton Ralph Cricket Club is celebrating after the completion of a new extension to complement the existing cricket pavilion.