This is the official Parish Council web site of the All Saints Parish Council.
Located in the picturesque villages of All Saints, Alston, Churchill, Smallridge, Coaxdon, South Common, and Waggs Plot, in the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty of the Blackdown Hills, near Axminster, Devon.
The All Saints Panto is coming up soon on Thurs 1st Fri 2nd & Sat 3rd February. Details on the Local Activities page of this website.
Roadworks: Weycroft Railway Bridge
A358: 15 January to 18 February 2018. click here for details
Are you sometimes unclear about which bin or bag some some of your recycling items should go in?
Here is a comprehensive list from the EDDC of what should go where.
All Saints Defibrillator:
Following the recent training event at All Saints Village Hall, it was requested that training / instructional videos be made available for residents to watch and understand what the defibrillator is for and how it can be used. These videos are below, via hyperlinks to the YouTube video hosting site. ASPC is not responsible for any other content found via this website. [More info about the defibrillator below.]
HEARTSINE 500p model: https://youtu.be/kXFF2QJOVGQ
PARISH QUESTIONNAIRE & HOUSING NEED SURVEY
You should have received a bright yellow envelope through your letterbox which contains
two separate questionnaires, a covering letter and 2 prepaid envelopes -
HOUSING NEED SURVEY Spare copy: click here
PARISH SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRE Spare Copy: click here
EDDC: Recycling information leaflet (August 2017):
All Saints Village Hall News:
9th July 2017
WHAT A SHAME
After an up-
Firstly, the First Aid kit behind the bar has been removed.
Secondly, to replace an old unstable step ladder, the Hall recently purchased, at some expense, an aluminium ladder meeting modern standards of safety. These too have been removed.
If anyone has any information regarding their whereabouts, please contact Clive Bareham (01460 221088) as the the Hall would be very grateful for their safe return.
General Election -
RESULT OF GENERAL ELECTION 8/6/17: click here
All Saints Defibrillator:
All Saints Parish Councillors are delighted to announce that the parish is now the owner of a new Defibrillator, situated at the Village Hall. This equipment is designed to provide emergency resuscitation to anyone in need. The Clerk, Paul Hayward, will be arranging training for this equipment over the coming months but it must be pointed out that the AED (automated external defibrillator) is designed to be used even by someone with NO medical or First Aid training.
The Defibrillator was provided by the Parish Council in conjunction with Devon County Council Locality Funding and is registered with the South West Ambulance Service who will direct you to it in case of emergency need. Signs have been displayed around the parish marking its location.
( pictured: Chairman, Councillors and Clerk )
The Clerk would be grateful to hear from any parishioners who spot an empty or half-
The Clerk would be grateful to hear from any parishioners who spot a pothole likely
to cause damage / injury during their travels around the parish. If you can let
the Clerk know the location ( with any supplementary identifying information ) he
can then arrange for these to be reported to Devon CC. Thank you. Alternatively,
members of the public can visit the DCC website here and make a report on-
Annual Parish Meeting:
Chairman’s report: click here
All Saints Parish Council meetings 2017:
The Parish Council has agreed to move the bi-
Proposed meetings of ASPC for 2017:
Please click here for list.
Following changes to the EDDC planning procedures for Parish Councils, the fortnightly
planning clinic at the Village Hall will end with immediate effect. Any parishioners
or residents wishing to make representations to their elected Councillors about planning
matters or planning applications are respectfully asked to attend the next scheduled
meeting of the Council where an opportunity to speak / discuss such matters will
be provided, either before or during the meeting. These meetings will be publicised
beforehand on this website and on the Village Hall Noticeboard -
Boundary Commission: Electoral Review of East Devon:
Your views will make a difference.
click here for details
As part of the Parish Council's Bad Weather provision, sandbags are provided free-
Please plan ahead. It may not be possible to respond to requests immediately and therefore, residents should ensure that they hold sufficient bags in case of emergency.
NOTICE OF CONCLUSION OF AUDIT 2015-
Press Release: All Saints Parish Council -
All Saints Parish Council is delighted to report that it was recently awarded Quality Foundation status by the National Association of Local Councils (NALC), one of only 6 councils in Devon to achieve this award to date ….
for full press release: click here
NOTICE OF DATE OF COMMENCEMENT OF PERIOD FOR THE EXERCISE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS
DECLARATION OF STATUS OF PUBLISHED ACCOUNTS
Parish Council Clerk: new email address
The parish council has a new contact email for the Clerk: firstname.lastname@example.org
The previous email address will, however, continue to operate until further notice.
All Saints Parish Council Precept Statement April 2016: click here
EDDC have asked the Parish Council to identify, and publicly mark, any dog-
East Devon Local Plan Consultation
Click on this link for information:
Green Deal advice
click here for details
Free Smoke Alarms
click here for information
EDDC ‘Pick It Up’ campaign
click here for larger poster
The EDDC’s ‘Pick It Up’ campaign is a reminder about the responsibility for cleaning up dog fouling, that it is ultimately down to the owner or handler of the dog.
Witnesses: Another helpful matter is for any witnesses who see dog fouling and the owners not picking up to provide us with the following:
Full description of the dog
Male or Female owner
Exact Location of fouling
If there is a regular pattern for the dog walker, for example they walk their dog at around 08:30hrs each day, all this information will be useful so that we can target these people at specific times and create a window of opportunity to catch them.
If you wish to report any incidents please contact our Customer Service Centre on 01395 571517 and a call can be logged. This will be referred to the Environmental Health Dept and dealt with by an officer.
Axminster Cancer Information Cafe
Doctors in Devon encourage people to look in on the elderly
Click here for more information.
To read more, click here.
DITCHES AND DRAINS
From: All Saints Parish Council To: All parishioners
It has been widely reported that Devon County Council will need to make yet further Budget cuts of around £110,000,000 to services over the next few years. A very large proportion of this sum will be borne by the Highways Department.
In consequence, the Parish Council expects that, besides a great reduction in road
maintenance, there will be a loss, at the very least, of many hours of the lengths-
The Parish Council is also endeavouring to ‘balance the budget’ without a big increase
to the Precept. Therefore, we request farmers and others in this Parish whose land
runs along any public highway to make sure please that all ditches and drains are
kept clear, especially after hedge-
Please help to keep our Parish beautiful and most importantly safe.
Stop Line Way Cycle Route -
The Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is carrying out some interpretation
work on the Stop Line Way cycle route (Seaton to Axminster section). They are asking
if people in the surrounding area would be able to help by taking part in a quick
Should you have any questions about the survey or interpretation of the route, please
contact Katherine Findlay on tel. 01823 681933 or email:-
Best wishes from the Making it Local Team
Tel. 01823 680626
Speak out today! -
National Planning Policy Framework
The National Policy Plannning Framework is available on-
Citizens' Advice Bureau
Please be advised that Acting Sgt Stephen Paynter has replaced Sgt Peter Trudgeon for a period of approximately six months. He will be covering both Axminster and Seaton Police Station.
The old non-
If a crime has already happened·
To give information about crime·
To speak to your local officer
Textphone: 18001 101If you are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired
In an emergency always call 999