NOTICE OF POLL

Devon County Council

Election of a County Councillor for Chulmleigh & Landkey

 

Notice is hereby given that:

1.     A poll for the election of a County Councillor for Chulmleigh & Landkey will be held on Thursday 6 May 2021, between the hours of 7:00 am and 10:00 pm.

2.     The number of County Councillors to be elected is one.

3.     The names, home addresses and descriptions of the Candidates remaining validly nominated for election and the names of all persons signing the Candidates nomination paper are as follows:

 

Name of Candidate

Home Address

Description (if any)

Names of Signatories

Proposers(+), Seconders(++) & Assentors

CANN

Valerie Jean

 

70 Saunton Road, Braunton, North Devon, EX33 1HF

Labour Party

David Battle (+)

 

 

Cecily J Blyther (++)

 

  

HENDERSON

Paul John

 

Oakbere, Romansleigh, South Molton, North Devon, EX36 4JR

The Conservative Party Candidate

Raymond C Jenkins (+)

 

 

Susan M Croft (++)

 

 

KNIGHT

Turtle

 

(Address in North Devon)

Freedom Alliance. No Lockdowns. No Curfews

Charlotte M Hodgkiss (+)

 

Thomas R Wilks (++)

 

 

LANE

Glyn

 

Lower Prospect, Blakes Hill Road, Landkey, EX32 0JU

Independent

William A Parker (+)

 

 

David G Luggar (++)

 

 

MASON

Philip Christopher

 

The Old Barn, Lake, Tawstock, Barnstaple, EX31 3HT

Independent

Saif E El-Badawy (+)

 

 

Osama Eskandar (++)

 

 

NEL

Victoria Clare

43 Bakery Way, Landkey, EX32 0LJ

Liberal Democrats

Marius Nel (+)

 

Bonnie C Talbert (++)

 

WITHERS

Nick

 

The Old Cottage, New Street, Chulmleigh, EX18 7BZ

Green Party

Pamela A Basher (+)

 

 

Claire M Withers (++)

 

 

4.     The situation of Polling Stations and the description of persons entitled to vote thereat are as follows:

Situation of Polling Station

Station Number

Ranges of electoral register numbers of persons entitled to vote thereat

The Pavillion, Atherington, Devon

 28

AC-1 to AC-349

Bishop`s Tawton Hall, Bishop`s Tawton, New Road

 29

AY-1 to AY-994

The Parish Hall, Burrington, Umberleigh

 30

BI-1 to BI-450

The Village Hall, Chittlehamholt, Umberleigh

 31

BK -1 to BK -161

The Village Hall, Chittlehamholt, Umberleigh

 31

DV-1 to DV-147

Chapel Schoolroom, The Square, Chittlehampton, Umberleigh

 32

BL -1 to BL -523

The Village Hall, Umberleigh

 33

BM -1 to BM -139

The Stables, Cragside, Cobbaton, Umberleigh

 34

BN -1 to BN -124

The Town Hall, Fore Street, Chulmleigh

 35

BO-1 to BO-1296

Village Hall, Goodleigh, Barnstaple

36

CI -1 to CI -68

Parish Hall, Kings Nympton, Umberleigh

 37

CY -1 to CY -360

St.John the Baptist, Church Hall, South Street, Newport

38

DA -1 to DA -90

Village Hall, Blakes Hill Road, Landkey

 39

DB-1 to DB-1699

Orchard Vale Community, School, Westacott Road, Whiddon Valley

40

DC -1 to DC -26

Jubilee Hall, Barnstaple Hill, Swimbridge

 41

DZ -1 to DZ -656

Village Hall, Tawstock

 42

EB -1 to EB -579

Roundswell Community Centre, Gratton Way, Barnstaple

43

EC -1 to EC -414

 

5.    Where contested this poll is taken together with the election of Parish Councillors and the election of Police and Crime Commissioner.


Dated Friday 16th April 2021

Ken Miles

 

 

Deputy Returning Officer

Printed and published by the Deputy Returning Officer, Lynton House, Commercial Road, Barnstaple, Devon, EX31 1DG


NOTICE OF ELECTION AGENTS' NAMES AND OFFICES

 Devon County Council

 Election of a County Councillor for

 Chulmleigh & Landkey

on Thursday 6 May 2021

 

I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that the names of election agents of the candidates at this election, and the addresses of the offices or places of such election agents to which all claims, notices, writs, summons, and other documents addressed to them may be sent, have respectively been declared in writing to me as follows:

 

Name of

Election Agent

Correspondence

Address

Name of

Candidate

CANN

Mark

70 Saunton Road, Braunton, North Devon, EX33 1HF

CANN

Valerie Jean

 

HOARE

David

The North Devon Conservative Association, The Strand, Barnstaple, EX31 1EU

HENDERSON

Paul John

 

ARMITAGE

Katherine

Cranleigh House, High Street, Combe Martin, Ilfracombe, Devon, EX34 0EP

KNIGHT

Nicholas

 

LANE

Glyneth Richard

Lower Prospect, Blakes Hill Road, Landkey, EX32 0JU

LANE

Glyneth Richard

 

MASON

Philip Christopher

The Old Barn, Lake, Tawstock, Barnstaple, EX31 3HT

MASON

Philip Christopher

 

LEAVER

Peter

9 Cross Street, Barnstaple, EX31 1BA

NEL

Victoria Clare

 

BASIL

Neil

44 Carrington Terrace, Barnstaple, EX32 7AF

WITHERS

Nicholas Paul

 

 

Dated 08/04/2021

Ken Miles

 

 

Deputy Returning Officer

Printed and published by the Deputy Returning Officer, Lynton House, Commercial Road, Barnstaple, Devon, EX31 1DG

 

Election of a Police and Crime Commissioner

Devon and Cornwall Police Area

A poll will be held on Thursday 6 May 2021 between 7:00 am and 10:00 pm

The following people have been or stand nominated for election as a Police and Crime Commissioner for the above police area.

Those who no longer stand nominated are listed, but will have a comment in the right hand column.

Candidate name

Address of candidate*

Description of candidate

If candidate no longer nominated reason why**

BLAKE

Brian Samuel

(address in Newton and Yealmpton South Hams District

Council)

Liberal Democrats

 

DERRICK

Gareth Gwyn James

Yeo Farmhouse, Ermington Road, Ivybridge, Devon, PL21 0LF

Labour Party

 

HERNANDEZ

Alison

(address in Torbay)

The Conservative Party Candidate

 

JACKSON

Stuart Paul

(address in St. David's Ward, Exeter)

Green Party Candidate

 

*or, if a candidate has requested not to have their home address made public, the name of their electoral area.

**Decision of the Police Area Returning Officer that the nomination is invalid or other reason why a person nominated no longer stands nominated.

 

John Street

Police Area Returning Officer

Printed and published by the Police Area Returning Officer, Civic Centre, Paris Street, Exeter, EX1 1JN


NOTICE OF ELECTION AGENTS' NAMES AND OFFICES

 Election of a Police and Crime Commissioner for Devon and Cornwall

on Thursday 6 May 2021

I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that the names of election agents of the candidates at this election, and the addresses of the offices or places of such election agents to which all claims, notices, writs, summons, and other documents addressed to them may be sent, have respectively been declared in writing to me as follows:

 

Name of

Candidate & Counting Area

Name of

Election Agent

Offices of

Election Agent

BLAKE
Brian Samuel

LAWRENCE
Robert Mark

11 Poundwell Street
Modbury
PL21 0QJ



DERRICK
Gareth Gwyn James

CUDDIHEE
Chris

73 Milehouse Road
Plymouth
PL3 4AE


HERNANDEZ
Alison

BAKER
Lucille

27a Gandy Street
Exeter
EX4 3LS



JACKSON
Stuart Paul

MILBURN
TJ

Flat 4 Fountain House
Western Way
Exeter
EX1 2DE



 NOTICE OF ELECTION SUB-AGENTS' NAMES AND OFFICES

Election of a Police and Crime Commissioner for Devon and Cornwall

on Thursday 6 May 2021

 I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that the names of election sub-agents of the candidates at this election for the said Counting Areas, and the addresses of the offices or places of such election sub-agents to which all claims, notices, writs, summons, and other documents addressed to them may be sent, have respectively been declared in writing to me as follows:

 

Name of

Candidate & Counting Area

Name of

Election Sub-Agent

Offices of

Election Sub-Agent

HERNANDEZ
Alison

Cornwall Council

WILLIAMS
Gordon

8 Tanwood View
Bodmin
Cornwall
PL31 2PN


 



 


       


 



 



 

Play Area

As much as the Parish Council would love to renew the whole of the play equipment and the surfacing of the play area the costs are so great that we feel even with grants the chances of managing to achieve this are more or less impossible. However we are endeavouring to resolve the difficulties with the existing equipment. One of the main problems is complying with the DDA (Disability Discrimination Act 1995) part of the Equality Act 2010 which raises many issues with the whole area within the fencing and the access from the village hall car park. We are seeking advice on how to resolve these as much as we need to so that the area can re-open and then replace items as the finance becomes available. Again we apologise for any inconvenience caused but our main priority is the safety of the children.

 


Pesky Potholes!


Did you realise that you can also report potholes that you find yourself? This can be done via the following Devon County Council website:
External link opens in new tab or windowhttps://www.devon.gov.uk/roadsandtransport/report-a-problem/report-a-pothole.
Alternatively you can just Google "Devon potholes" and follow the first suggested link.


You can then report the pothole by clicking on its location on an interactive map. There is even an opportunity to upload a photograph of the pothole to show how bad it is and help identify the one you are reporting.
However, not all potholes qualify for a repair. In order to be repaired a pothole must:
1. be over 40mm deep
    and
2. be wider than 300mm
    and
3. have a vertical rather than a shallow edge.
Once you have registered your pothole, DCC aim to have it investigated within 3 days. If the investigation confirms that it qualifies for repair, it will be added to their list of repair work to be undertaken.



 

 

Air Ambulance Landing Lights.

The Parish Council jointly with Devon Air Ambulance have installed lighting on the playing field behind the village hall to enable the air ambulance to land during the hours of darkness. They are now flying until 2 O'Clock in the morning and this is likely to be extended even further. The lights are turned on by mobile telephone signal should a landing be required. Due to the remoteness of the village this could be life saving or in case of a serious incident could be used to take patients to a distant specialist hospital. The funding for this project has come from money given to the air ambulance by the UK Treasury from the LIBOR Bank Fines, council grants from Councillor Richard Edgell, Councillor Walter White and a very kind donation from Grenville Buckingham. Just to prove it was money well spent, the site was used in earnest less than two months after being completed and commissioned on the evening of Sunday 17th. March to take a patient to a specialist burns unit.

See pictures below.

 


Chittlehampton Village Hall Now Has A Website.

at External link opens in new tab or windowwww.chittlehamptonvillagehall.co.uk

And A Facebook Page

at External link opens in new tab or windowwww.facebook.com/chittlehamptonvillagehall