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Community Budgeting

 What do you want in Totnes?

Local people please get involved in our Community Budgeting survey where we are asking for help shaping the 2018/19 budget. This has been turned into an online survey at the following link -
We really need your help in getting this survey out into the community and getting people to say how funds could be allocated next year.


The closing date for submissions is 5pm on Wednesday 15th November 2017.
There is an information open evening on Monday 30th October from 6pm in the Guildhall where people can drop in to talk to Councillors, collect a questionnaire, ask for more information etc.
If you are involved or impacted by any of the proposals listed it is vital that you circulate this survey to your users for completion please. A word doc version is available here or you can pick up a printed copy from the Town Council offices.




The public consultation period for the Totnes Neighbourhood Plan has been extended until 3rd November 2017. Your comments can either be dropped into the Totnes Town Council Offices or emailed to The final informal draft plan can be found at the following link:





A Cultural Strategy for Totnes has been launched and the document can be found at the following link:



Caring Town has produced an information card for young people to use and to stay safe over the summer holidays, which can be found at the following link:

/_UserFiles/Files/Summer 2017 - staying safe advice cards.pdf 



Councillor Rosie Adams, Mayor of Totnes, will be holding an open surgery on the first Wednesday of each month between 10.30-12.00 as part of the St John's Church Community Cafe in Bridgetown, Totnes. Rosie welcomes all discussions and questions. The next open surgery will be held on Wednesday 1st November.



From Wednesday 5th July, Totnes will have a Visitor Information Officer based in The Guildhall, Ramparts Walk who will be available 10am-3pm from Tuesday to Saturday to help and advise visitors to the town. Contact details are:



Problem on the Roads? 

Don't forget you can report any of the road problems listed below on this DCC page:

Flooding & blocked drain
Street light
Hazardous or fallen trees
Overgrown vegetation
Trip hazard
Broken manhole cover
Public rights of way
Debris or obstruction
Defective road markings or signs
Retaining walls
Traffic lights
Fences & barriers
Lit signs & bollards




South Dartmoor Community Energy 0800 112 3044 



 Pop in to speak to a Local Energy Advisor at the;


Caring Town Information Exchange in

The Mansion between 10.30-1.30 on

Thursday 23rd November.

Totnes Caring Bazaar in Totnes Methodist Church Hall between 9.30-12 on

Friday 17th November

Advice and support on choosing the best electricity tariff, smart meters, grants for heating and insulation improvements, extra support from suppliers. Bring your latest fuel bill.

Home visits can be made to housebound residents







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