WotterShaugh PriorLee Moor

Latest Parish News and Information


Parish Defibrillators:

There are three Parish Defibrillators for medical emergencies.
Each village has one installed and they are checked and monitored regularly by our Parish Councillors.

Wotter - on the wall outside the Surgery in Wotter Village.  (Next to the old Methodist Hall)
Shaugh - on the wall of the Parish Hall
Lee Moor - on the wall of the Parish Hall.


Wotter Surgery:

Claire the Dispensing Chemist, will be away for one day on Thursday 25th July and for one day on Thursday
22nd August  So no prescription can be dispensed on either of these dates from Wotter.



AGGREGATE INDUSTRIES  LEE MOOR PROPOSED PLANS TAKEN FROM PUBLIC EXHIBITION BOARDS

See the Full Extent of Plans below:

Download the Plans and Proposals pdf



LOCAL BUS SERVICE 59

Local Bus Service 59 (Plymouth George Junction - Roborough - Bickleigh - Shaugh Prior - Wotter - Lee Moor - Cornwood - Lutton - Sparkwell - Hemerdon - Plympton - Plymouth)
 
The County Council contract for the operation of this financially supported service has been the subject of a scheduled retender, the outcome of which is that a new contract has been awarded to Oakley’s Coaches, who will take over from Target Travel with effect from Monday 16th September 2019.
 

There will be no changes to the route, timetable or fares.

 PLYMOUTH - LEE MOOR - GEORGE JUNCTION                                                                                     
 Via Sparkwell, Cornwood, Bickleigh                                                                                    
 Monday - Saturday (Except Public Holidays)                                                                                    
                                                                                  



Shaugh Prior Parish Council Meeting - Held at Shaugh Prior Community Hall
The next meeting of the Parish Council is Wednesday 4th September starts at 7.30pm.  Public Welcome.

We are pleased to report that Cllr Bill Hitchins who recently retired from Dartmoor National Park has joined the Shaugh Parish Council as from the June meeting. 

 

Shaugh Prior Parish Council - NOTICE...apply to become a Parish Councillor

Please note, that Applications for the role of Parish Councillor in the Parish of Shaugh Prior are detailed below.

The Parish would particularly welcome applications from people living in Lee Moor, due to the recent loss from the Council of both Councillor Small and Mc.Iver.   A good balance of representation of all three villages is important to the Council, so please give this your consideration.


SHAUGH PRIOR PARISH COUNCIL

Parish Clerk: Mr Scott Smy,  57 Priory Close,  Ivybridge,  Devon.  PL21 9JG

01752 698305   scott.smy@shaughpriorparish.gov.uk


CO-OPTION OF COUNCILLORS

AS A RESULT OF THE RECENT PARISH COUNCIL ELECTION, WE NOW HAVE 2 SEATS THAT CAN BE FILLED BY CO-OPTION.

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HAVE A GREATER SAY ON LOCAL ISSUES THAT IMPACT UPON YOU AND YOUR NEIGHBOURS, AND TRULY WANT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE...

THEN WHY NOT CONSIDER APPLYING?

APPLICATION FOR THE POSTS SHOULD BE MADE TO THE PARISH CLERK  (EITHER BY POST OR EMAIL - SEE ABOVE)

INCLUDING A BRIEF STATEMENT EXPLAINING WHY YOU WANT TO BECOME A PARISH CLLR AND WHAT SKILLS YOU WOULD BRING TO THE POSITION.






Shaugh Prior Parish Council Citizens Advice Poster






Telephone Kiosk Library at Wotter

Parish Cllr Colin Taffurelli has refurbished the Phone-box Library at Wotter.

He has done a wonderful job of repainting inside and out, removing old shelves and fitting new ones, and re-stocking with new books.  As the photos show, it looks super smart.

Our thanks to Taffy for our Village Asset:


Shaugh Prior Parish Council Phonebox Library          Shaugh Prior Parish Council Phonebox books



Wolf Mine Storm Dust

The Dust Storms from the Ex Wolf Mine (Drakelands) have cause concern recently to farmers and residents.  The Parish Clerk has taken this up with South Hams District Council and we are assured that this is now being monitored regularly.


BROADBAND Update

The Connecting Devon and Somerset (CDS) broadband programme is now offering vouchers through the national BDUK Better Broadband Scheme.

All homes and businesses in the region with broadband speeds of less than two Megabits per second (Mbps), without a published delivery date for superfast broadband within the next 12 months, are now eligible to apply for an interim solution under the voucher scheme.

The Better Broadband Voucher Scheme, administered by BDUK, helps provide access to a broadband service offering download speeds of at least 10 Mbps. Vouchers worth up to £350 would contribute towards the cost of equipment and installation of a 4G, Fixed Wireless or Satellite solution.

Click on the Link and follow the pages:




NOTICE OF ROAD CLOSURE - for CATTLE GRID CLEANSING

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984

SECTION 14

THE COUNTY OF DEVON (TEMPORARY RESTRICTION) VARIOUS ROADS, DEVON

ORDER 2018

TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC & PARKING

Notice is hereby given that Devon County Council has made the above titled order

FROM :      TUESDAY 18 DECEMBER 2018  for maximum of 18 months.

No person shall cause or permit any vehicle to proceed or wait on the sections of Affected Roads.

All roads will be closed for between 1 and 3 days within the road closure period.  It is anticipated that the closures will be on consecutive days.

Advanced warning sign for the road closure will be placed on site at least 7 days before the planned commencement of work at each location.

This temporary restriction is considered necessary to enable :

DEVON HIGHWAYS - CATTLE GRID CLEANSING 2018/19

for additional information contact Devon County Council Telephone 01392 380188  Ref: TTRO1827999

Roads affecting Shaugh Parish are:   Lane past Portworthy, Lee Moor, Brag Lane, Shaugh. Bowling Green, Shaugh, Collard Lane Wotter,  Road from Bottle Hill to Drakelands, Drakelands




Devon County Council new website

This is the Interactive website which is easily navigated to find exactly what you need speedily.

You can report and plot the potholes on the map, find planning applications, pay or appeal a parking ticket, etc etc .. on this extremely good website.  Its quicker than getting through on the phone or waiting for an email reply.

Go to:

 http://www.devon.gov.uk





USE YOUR DEVICES TO CONTACT THE COUNCIL (South Ham and West Devon Councils).

Shaugh Prior Parish Council

South Hams and West Devon Councils remind us all that nearly everything you need to contact the council about can be done on a mobile phone or tablet using their websites.

"Our customers can now apply for benefits, pay their council tax, even send us pictures of their key documents as evidence, all with their phones. They no longer need to scan documents in or bring them to us at the council. Just take a picture and load them onto the forms, just like they would upload a picture to Facebook or Instagram."

"We want to make it as simple as possible for our customers to be able to send us information from the devices that they use everyday.

they do not need to phone or visit the council, just go on the internet on their mobile phones or tablets and use the council's websites."

So next time you want to contact the council, don't call the council, use your phone or tablet!  It will be like having the council in your pocket.





MOORLAND HOTEL -

Please Note : there is a  Recycling Bottle Bank at the Moorland Hotel.

It's behind the big brown fence just right of the front door.  The Community are very welcome to use it.
Access is available during the day but they would ask you not to use the bottle bank at night.  It is noisy, and there are two big dogs roaming that area at night!
So feel free to come and use it to recycle all your glass bottles.

Did you know that  Avon products can be order through Tish at the Hotel.

POST OFFICE - is on Monday and Thursday mornings in the lounge of the Moorland Hotel.
You can pay bills, withdraw cash, and use all the P.O facilities.

Restaurant:  call to book 01752 839228  




Neighbourhood Watch Wotter, Shaugh Prior and Lee Moor :

Report an injured or dead animal
Dartmoor Livestock Protection Society: 07873 587561



Shaugh Prior Parish Council Police logo a

SHAUGH PRIOR PARISH POLICE CRIME REPORT


MAY '19



There were only 4 crimes reported for June. 

One being a Common Assault at Cadover which occurred earlier in the year but only just reported - under investigation
Dog causing injury in a private place at Wotter - detected
Criminal damage at Imerys - No viable enquiries
Theft from a motor vehicle, Wotter - no viable enquiries




Dogs Die In Hot Cars

 “not long” is too long….

If you see a dog shut in a vehicle on a warm day and it seems in distress DIAL 999

 Leaving a window open isn’t enough. If it’s 20 degrees outside it can reach 50 degrees inside the car in minutes.  A dog will literally cook.  Never leave them in the car even if you are popping into a shop it is not acceptable.  On a hot day it is kinder to leave a dog at home. 

 

( Direct dial: 07525617850

 

 Email: diana.summers@devonandcornwall.pnn.police.co.uk / Ivybridge@devonandcornwall.pnn.police.ukPCSO 30318 Diana Summers



Fraud Advice

·      Requests to move money: A genuine bank or organisation will never contact you out of the blue to ask for your PIN, full password or to move money to another account. Only give out your personal or financial details to use a service that you have given your consent to, that you trust and that you are expecting to be contacted by. 

·      Clicking on links/files: Don’t be tricked into giving a fraudster access to your personal or financial details. Never automatically click on a link in an unexpected email or text Personal information:

·      Always question uninvited approaches in case it’s a scam. Instead, contact the company directly using a known email or phone number.


Police ( Direct dial: 07595 011193) 

email police on
101@dc.police.uk



Dartmoor Speedwatch Forum

A report of Animal Incidents on Dartmoor up till December '18.

Road Traffic Collisions

184 up till December ’18.
152 of those were killed

There have been 28 dead ponies and 8 injured.
                           115 dead sheep and 12 injured
                               9 dead cows and 12 injured.

please note:  Another two ponies since killed -
one on the  Wotter-Lee Moor Road and one by Dragons Hill.

This year will be the highest ever recorded RTC’s.  This Speaks for itself.


Dog Attacks

102 to date

Again, this is the highest that Karla (DLPS) has recorded. 
The police have recently been much more actively involved.’
Many incidents have been crimed’ with the police.
Many dog owners have received dog control orders and Karla has managed to compensate the farmer where possible.

PC Martin Beck is our new Rural Crime Officer for Dartmoor.

A report by Exeter University and DNPA reveals they believe day visitors to Dartmoor will increase by 1 million over 20 years.

Concern is for the impact of those visitors on footpath erosion and wildlife disturbance. 
Also the impact on grazing livestock.

"You only need to see the increase in the deaths on the road, and dog related incidents, to realise that farmers are suffering already".