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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:

Please note:  Claire (dispensing chemist) will be away from 8th - 12 April inclusive.
There will be no prescriptions administered during that time, and this could also effect prescriptions for Monday 15th April.
Please allow for this if you are receiving regular medication.  Order early!

Claire will also be away for one day on Thursday 25th July and for one day on Thursday22nd August
So no prescription can be dispensed on either of these dates from Wotter.

Shaugh Prior Parish Council Meeting -
The next meeting of the Parish Council is Wednesday 3rd April starts at 7.30pm.

South Hams District Council

Election of Parish Councillors for Shaugh Prior Parish Council on Thursday 2nd May 2019



South Hams District Council


Election of Parish Councillors for

Shaugh Prior Parish Council


Thursday 2 May 2019


I, Sophie Hosking, being the Returning Officer at this Election of Parish Councillors report that the latest time for delivery of notices of withdrawal of candidature, namely Wednesday 3 April 2019, having passed, the persons whose names appear below, stood validly nominated and were duly elected without a contest.



Name of Candidate

Home Address

Description (if any)


Susan Margaret


Mount Clogg, Shaugh Prior, Plymouth, PL7 5HA



Malcolm Percival Charles


Huxton Farm, Shaugh Prior, Plymouth, PL7 5EQ



Keith Woodrow


Hartstone Farm, Shaugh Prior, Plymouth, PL7 5EP



Colin Peter


Jacolin, 2 The Bungalows, Wotter, Plymouth, Devon, PL7 5HW





17 Dartmoor Cottages, Wotter, Shaugh Prior, Plymouth, PL7 5HN



Nicholas Samuel


Whittaborough Farm, Shaugh Prior, Plympton, PL7 5ES




For List of Parishes and Nomination Information, please click on link below.

Election of Parish Councillors (pdf 55KB)

Election of District Councillors   (pdf 20KD)

Make a Change and become a Local Councillor

2019 Parish Councillor Elections

The Nomination process of Parish Council Elections begins 21st March '19 until 3rd April'19.

If you care about where you live and are passionate about your community...

We Need You !

Have you ever wanted to have a greater say on those local issues within our Parish which have the greatest impact upon local residents?

Do you want to play an active role in helping to shape the future of your community for the better?

Well now is your chance!

Shaugh Prior Parish Council Elections are due to be held shortly,  and applications are sought from those persons wishing to stand as a Parish Councillor. 

Parish Councils depend on local people taking an interest in the local issues and matters that impact upon their community, whatever their background, and local people standing as Councillors often bring a wealth of knowledge and community understanding into the local council. 

If you are interested in becoming a Parish Councillor or know someone who may be keen but might just need some encouragement then please get in contact with the Parish Council Clerk by email (scott.smy@sky.com) or telephone number 01752 698305.  Parish Council meetings on the first Wednesday of the month at 7.30pm.   Venues published on this website under Council business.

Join us and make a Local Change..

Contact : Scott Smy (Parish Clerk)      Scott.Smy@shaughpriorparish.gov.uk

5 April 2019


There’s now just one week to go until the voter registration deadline for the local elections.

The final deadline is midnight on Friday 12 April.

The election on Thursday 2 May will select councillors to represent 19 of the 20 wards in Plymouth. There are no elections in Plympton Chaddlewood this time.

Registering can be done online and only takes five minutes.

Register to vote


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:

Waste & Re-Cycling Dates Bank Holiday Dates

Please find below, the waste and recycling adverts for the Easter, May and Spring Bank Holidays.
Please put your bins out accordingly over the holiday period.