Monthly Archives: October 2018

EAST DEVON PLANNERS APPROVE NEW CYCLING & WALKING TRAIL IN EAST DEVON
31.10.2018

At a recent meeting of East Devon District Council’s Development Management Committee planning was approved for a new 3 metre-wide surfaced multi-user trail at Clyst St Mary (from the bridge over the Grindle Brook at… Read More

POLICE DROP-IN SURGERY - THIS SATURDAY - AT THE YOUNGHAYES CENTRE
30.10.2018

As posted previously, a member of our local Police team will be on hand in the foyer of the Younghayes Centre this Saturday, 3rd November, from 1pm to 2pm to provide advice, information and to… Read More

CRANBROOK WELCOMES RESPONSIBLE DOG OWNERS
29.10.2018

Almost all dog owners are responsible and considerate to others, as well as caring for the wellbeing of their dog. Dog owners enjoy the time they spend out walking with their dogs and there are… Read More

COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER WANTED TO JOIN TOWN ARCHIVE PROJECT!
29.10.2018

Love local history? Interested in the growth of Cranbrook? Have some time on your hands? We may have just the thing for you! People have only been living in Cranbrook since 2012 but we already have… Read More

APPEAL FOR CONSIDERATE PARKING ON CRANBROOK’S ROADS
26.10.2018

There was another near miss this week when a resident pulling carefully out of their road was unable, due to cars parked at the junction, to see a group of approaching cyclists. Although nobody was… Read More

POLICE DROP-IN SURGERIES - NEW INITIATIVE (SATURDAYS AT YOUNGHAYES CENTRE)
03.10.2018

We are pleased to announce that a member of our local Police team will be on hand in the foyer of the Younghayes Centre (on selected dates) to provide advice, information and to answer questions. These… Read More