Please Note:  Games Night has been changed from 29th February to 13th March because it clashed with Milton Abbot's Race Night. 


Lamerton Tractor Day and Country Fair

As a result of our very successful Tractor Day and Country Fair this year we were delighted to be able to donate £1,100 to each of our four charities. The cheques were presented to The British Heart Foundation, St. Luke's Hospice, Lamerton Village Hall and St. Peters Church at the Blacksmith's Arms Lamerton. We were also able to give Tavistock Explorer Scouts £400 for their invaluable work in directing traffic and car parking. 

We would like to thank the many helpers who gave their time to make this day possible. 

We have decided not to have a show next year as we have several key members of our committee unable to be with us. We will, however, be back in 2021 with a restructured Tractor Day and Country Fair. 




Would YOU like to decide the future development of Lamerton, or would you sooner leave it to West Devon Borough Council?

For almost three years, the Lamerton Neighbourhood Plan has been emerging through the many stages required to incorporate your views, expressed in the 2016 Survey, together with complex government stipulations to make it into a statutory legal document.

The draft document has now been agreed and accepted by Lamerton Parish Council and there follows a mandatory six - week consultation period, which gives you the chance to examine the Plan and to ask questions in person to the Steering Group members through a series of ‘drop – in’ sessions which will be held during January and February 2019.

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Response to concerns raised during consultation period


Our Neighbourhood Plan is moving forward steadily through the different phases that all such Plans are subjected to. This is to ensure that it will ultimately stand up to official scrutiny and, currently, we are reviewing this with WDBC as we enter Regulation 15 of the process.

During the now concluded 8-week period of public consultation, the Plan Steering Group held a series of Drop-in sessions to which all members of the parish public were invited. The views of those who came along were unanimously favourable.

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