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Welcome to the Bishopsteignton website

Welcome to Bishopsteignton, south Devon. Bishopsteignton is situated on the hillside to the north of the beautiful Teign Estuary, between the towns of Teignmouth and Newton Abbot. This website aims to provide comprehensive information about living in, working in, or visiting Bishopsteignton.

Village Festival 2015

How lucky we were to be blessed with four days of glorious weather for this year’s Festival! It encouraged so many of you to come to the Village Green and other venues to enjoy all that was on offer, and it was lovely to see you all. The café and BBQ did a roaring trade and yet again, between us, we almost managed to drink the Red Rock and Old Walls bars dry.

The committee would like to thank everyone who took part in the Festival, from our wonderful band of volunteers to the Flower Club ladies who created the beautiful flower festival at the Methodist Church, the organisers of our new Arts and Crafts area and con- tributors for the excellent display of crafting in the village, all the leaders of both school and adult workshops, the Bishopsteignton Players for the “Return to the Forbidden Planet” final flight, and the many musicians who entertained us throughout the four days - you are too numerous to mention individually, but enormous thanks go to each and every person who contributed in any way to the success of the event.

We think we are getting better at organising festivals (!) but always welcome your comments, especially constructive criticism. If you would like to get in touch with your thoughts and suggestions, please email bishopsteigntonvillagefestival@gmail.com.

Finally, thank you to all of you who just came along to enjoy the sunshine and the entertainment – it wouldn’t have been the same without you!

Latest news from Bishopsteignton

Village Show 2015

20th annual Bishopsteignton Village Show

This lovely Village Show involves everyone with classes for gardeners, cooks, handicrafters, photographers, artists and special classes for the children to enjoy.

Saturday 5 September (2pm to 5pm)

Sunday 6 September (11am to 4pm)

The Community Centre will be packed to the rafters, as always, with loads of fantastic exhibits in various classes including fruit and vegetables, flowers, art, photography, children's, domestic, floral art and handicrafts.

Refreshments and cream teas will be served both days along with ploughman's lunches on the Sunday. There will also be a selection of local craft and produce stands to browse.

Admission is just 50p for adults and free for children.

For all the information or to download a full schedule go to www.bishopsvillageshow.co.uk

Flow Lane planning appeal withdrawn

Bishopsteignton Museum Charitable Trust has decided to withdraw its appeal against a refusal of planning consent issued by Teignbridge District Council.

The circumstances surrounding the project have recently changed significantly to the extent that the risks involved are now considered to be too great for the Trust to continue as planned.  

The trust has reappraised its financial position and taken into account the risks associated with the delivery of the developments proposed for the Flow Lane site. These risks include an inability to negotiate a long term, sustainable, commercial lease with the Surgery in spite of efforts by both parties to do so. 

The trustees will now be reassessing their options both for the Museum and use of the Flow Lane site, bearing in mind their existing planning consents on the site.

Surgery Update - August 2015

Channel View patients will no doubt be wondering what is happening about the replacement for the village surgery. The Healthy Living Group who used to publish regular minutes and updates are no longer involved, so information is hard to come by. 

The last public update was provided by Dr Karakusevic at the 6th July Parish Council meeting when she advised the meeting that Channel View Practice were in discussion with the Methodist Church over using the Hall as a temporary surgery facility.

This website now understands that the Methodist Church has formally offered Channel View Medical Practice their Hall to be converted as an interim Doctors’ surgery and that subject to lease etc Channel View have accepted this offer.

An architect is preparing working drawings and a potential contractor has confirmed the feasibility of the proposals.

It seems that IF all goes forward without too many ‘hiccups', a replacement surgery could be operational within the time frame required.

Play Day Wednesday 5th August 2015

Following the huge success of last year’s event Sue Green of Lawns End, Bishopsteignton has organised a free community event on Wednesday 5 August at Lawns End Recreation Grounds as part of National Play Day.

Everyone is welcome to come along and take part in lots of fun activities available on the day


About Bishopsteignton village & website

Bishopsteignton is a historical village, with spectacular views across the Teign Estuary and surrounding countryside. The village offers a range of local shops, two pubs, a hotel and restaurants, vineyard, coffee shop, micro brewery, churches, primary school and sports facilities. The village's location means that it offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy the local countryside, with numerous public footpaths across the surrounding hills.

Local businesses, offering products and services to people in Bishopsteignton and the surrounding areas, can be found on the village businesses pages, so check these pages if you are looking for shops, pubs, restaurants, local trades people (such as decorators, plumbers, gardeners, carpenters or builders), or for other local services (such as financial services, property services, hair and beauty, pet care services etc.).

This website provides information about things to do in the village, detailing the local clubs and societies, as well as listing what's on. You can also find out more about the history of the village, local public services, news stories from the village and weather reports and tide times for the local area.

Something that you want to buy or sell? You can also post classifed ads on our ad board.

Please use the menu to the left, or the shortcut links at the top of each page to browse the Bishopsteignton Village Website. If you have any comments or feedback, feel free to email contact@bishopsteignton.org.uk.

Disclaimer

The information contained on this website is for general purposes only. Whilst we endeavour to keep the information up-to-date and correct, this is a voluntary project and we make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability of the information, products, services, or related graphics contained on the website for any purpose. Any reliance placed on such information is therefore strictly at the user’s own risk. In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage including indirect or consequential loss or damage, or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this website. This website contains links to other websites which are not under the control of the Bishopsteignton Website. The website management team has no control over the nature, content and availability of those sites. The inclusion of such links does not necessarily imply a recommendation or endorsement of the views expressed within those sites. Every effort is made to keep the website running smoothly. However the website management team takes no responsibility for, and will not be liable for, temporary unavailability of the website due to technical issues beyond its control. Several pages on this website are hosted on behalf of village organisations. These pages are under the editorial control of the relevant organisation and the webmaster is not responsible for the content. Such pages include but not limited to pages hosted on behalf of the following organisations: Bishopsteignton Parish Council, Healthy Living Group, Neighbourhood Plan Team, Bishopsteignton Residients Association, Bishopsteignton Allotment Growers, Bishopsteignton Twinning Association, Bishopsteignton Players, Bishopsteignton Scout Group.

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