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If you are interested in getting involved in this project please email Patrick Kimber. Also he is looking for people to run activities on a day a week basis in the old bank building, if you are able to do so please also contact Patrick.

Hatherleigh Festival

Contact Josie Lloyd email josielloyd@btinternet.com

Hatherleigh Venues

Comunity Centre 01837 810239
email centre@hatherleigh.org

Old SchoolsTo book Old Schools, please phone Dominic and Frances Greenwood on 01837 810 685 between 9.00am and 8.00pm.

Methodist Church 01837 810516

Cricket Club

Bowling Club

Parish Church 01837 810314

Hatherleigh Market 01837 810496

Sportsfield 01837 810476

Vinechurch vinechurchhatherleigh@gmail.com

Local Media Contacts

Community Police Officer

tel 08452 777444

Planning applications site from WestDevon

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Museum of Dartmoor Life, Okehampton A Volunteer’s View
Okehampton’s Museum of Dartmoor Life opens at Easter for another season. It is easy to find, just a few yards from the White Hart Hotel through the wrought iron gates and into a pretty flower filled ancient cobbled courtyard. The Museum is nestled at the end in an old mill building housing exhibitions and displays and the tourist information service.
Come inside and you will be greeted by our friendly knowledgeable volunteers. The museum is housed on three floors and tells ‘the people’s story’ of 5000 years of life and work on Dartmoor. Make your way to the top and start your journey through time in the Bronze Age hut. On this floor amongst many more exhibits is a touch screen display and Victorian cottage complete with a pair of bloomers left to dry on the fire guard.
The John Young gallery can be found on the middle floor and this year there will be a series of photographic and art exhibitions starting in April and running throughout the year. In July and August Okehampton primary school will hold their annual exhibition. Their work is always of a high standard and this year their exhibition is entitled Two Rivers. We look forward to hosting the school again and hope you will find the time to come and see it. This is also where we hold our Tea and Talks starting this year on April 21st with a talk by Dartmoor National Park ranger Rob Taylor telling us about a year in a Ranger's life. There will be diverse and interesting series of talks throughout the year. You can find out about these by contacting the Museum, in the local press or by following us on Facebook and Twitter.
The Agricultural Gallery can be found on the ground floor here you will find a blacksmith's shop, a horse drawn farm wagon and from the 20th century a wonderful old 1922 Bullnose Morris farm pick-up and an early example of that modern workhorse that no farm could be without, a bright red David Brown Tractor, made in Huddersfield in 1946. These exhibits are favourites with dads and children alike. There is of course a lot more to interest and puzzle you. These are just some of my personal favourites.
We are a family friendly museum with plenty of activities for children throughout the year. We start over the Easter week end with an Easter theme of Egg decorating, Easter letterboxing and Dartmoor crosses trail. We look forward to meeting you all in 2016 and hope that you will find the time to pay us a visit. After your visit you may like to browse in our Museum shop where you will find pocket money priced toys and games for the children, cards and preserves and much much more. After your visit to us why not take tea in the Victorian Pantry Tea room and take a look at the craft shop also in the Museum Courtyard?
Volunteers are the lifeblood of the museum. We are always looking for more volunteers so if you have a few hours to spare why not contact our manager Andrew Thompson on 01837 52295 or manager@museumofdartmoorlife.co.uk.
Alma Read

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Hatherleigh Area Project

Lisa 01837 810239

see also clubs and groups

Doctor F. Fernandez
01837 810283

Our Local Vet

Office in Hatherleigh
Tel 01837 82327 www.northparkvets.co.uk
Email Northparkvets@aol.com

Children's Centre

01837 811190

Officials and Contacts

Hatherleigh's Town Mayor

Clare Tyson


Hatherleigh Town Council
Clerk Rosemary Lock
Tel 01805 804254


Hatherleigh's Local West Devon Councillors

Patrick Kimber email patrick@pkimber.net tel 01837 810057

also James McInnes (see below)

Patrick Kimber

Devon County Councillor

James R McInnes 
Electoral Division: Hatherleigh & Chagford Address:
West Cleave
EX20 4JB Tel: 01837 861364
Fax: 01837 861364
E-mail: james.mcinnes@devon.gov.uk

James R McInnes 

Member of Parliament

Stride, Mr Mel (Con) melstride@centraldevonconservatives.com

Mel was elected in May 2015 to represent West Devon and Torridge.

European Members of Parliament

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Mel Stride


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