Welcome to Kingsbridge Town Council

This is the website of Kingsbridge Town Council. 

The aim is to provide a website which is easy to use, clear and concise to read, and without frills – just good, solid, useful information about the town council’s business.

To find out the DECISIONS made by the town council please read the various minutes from council and committee meetings and scroll down this home page for LATEST NEWS items.  

We hope you enjoy this website and discover what you were looking for. If you didn’t – then please tell us – we are here to provide a service, to inform, and support you. 

With our very best regards, the members and staff of Kingsbridge Town Council.

 


KINGSBRIDGE HIGH TIDE TABLE

 

MAY – DECEMBER 2016

POTENTIAL FLOODING

in Quay area: Bridge Street, Duke Street, The Promenade, Quay Lane, Prince of Wales Road, Mill Street and Devon Square

Friday 6 May

Saturday 7 May

Sunday 8 May

Monday 9 May

0450-0620 and 1720-1850

0540-0710 and 1800-1930

0630-0800 and 1850-2020

0710-0840 and 1930-2100

Monday 6 June

Tuesday 7 June

0610-0740 and 1830-2000

0700-0830 and 1915-2045

Tuesday 5 July

Wednesday 6 July

0600-0730 and 1815-1945

0645-0815 and 1900-2030

Wednesday 3 August

Thursday 4 August

0550-0720 and 1800-1930

0630-0800 and 1840-2010

Friday 16 September

Saturday 17 September

Sunday 18 September

Monday 19 September

Tuesday 20 September

1715-1845

0545-0715 and 1800-1930

0620-0750 and 1835-2005

0700-0830 and 1915-2045

0730-0900 and 2000-2130

Saturday 15 October

Sunday 16 October

Monday 17 October

Tuesday 18 October

Wednesday 19 October

1650-1820

0515-0645 and 1730-1900

0600-0730 and 1815-1945

0640-0810 and 1900-2030

0710-0840 and 1940-2110

Monday 14 November

Tuesday 15 November

Wednesday 16 November

Thursday 17 November

0450-0620 and 1715-1845

0540-0710 and 1800-1930

0620-0750 and 1845-2015

0700-0830

Wednesday 14 December

Thursday 15 December

Friday 16 December

Saturday 17 December

0520-0650 and 1745-1915

0610-0740 and 1830-2000

0700-0830 and 1920-2050

0730-0900

 



  

 


CASUAL VACANCY

 

Notice is hereby given that a vacancy exists in the office of Town Councillor for the Kingsbridge Westville Ward.

Unless ten or more electors of the Kingsbridge Westville Ward, on or before the 20 May 2016, submit a request in writing for an election to be held, the Town Council will take steps to fill the vacancy by co-option.

Requests must be sent to the Returning Officer, South Hams District Council, Follaton House, Plymouth Road, Totnes, TQ9 5NE.

M D Johnson

Town Clerk

29 April 2016

 

 


 

 

KINGSBRIDGE CITIZEN OF THE YEAR 2016

 

Phyllis Angliss

 

                                         

 

Phyliss Angliss is the winner of Kingsbridge Citizen of the Year 2016 sponsored by Kingsbridge Town Council.  The award recognises the outstanding contribution of the work of people in the local community and this is the 13th year in which the competition has taken place.

Where do we start with Phyliss’ community endeavours? Well here goes….

During her earlier years Phyllis was engaged in various business activities including working for the BBC and was the chief technician in the Ophthalmic Department of City University, London. She has been an active participant in the Scientific Exploration Society and her varied contributions were recognised when she was made an Honorary Life Vice President along with other notable people such as Sir Ranulph Fiennes.  In 1984 she moved to Devon and managed an Ophthalmic practice in Kingsbridge and her support of the area began.

For many years she has sat on the Inland Revenue Tax Commission as an unpaid member. Recently, she created local history by becoming the first female member of the Kingsbridge Rotary Club. Approximately 21 years ago she became involved with the South Hams Talking Newspaper for the Blind and partially sighted and for the last 14 years she has been its secretary and co-ordinator. This charity supports approximately 160 blind or partially sighted people in Kingsbridge, Salcombe, Dartmouth and Ivybridge. She has set high standards in the recording of her work and her efforts have been gratefully acknowledged by the membership over the years. She maintains the rotas for the technicians and readers and supervises the multi-copying of tapes. She is in regular contact with her listeners and her concern for their welfare goes well beyond that of just being the co-ordinator with visits to the more vulnerable and makes representations on their behalf with statutory organisations when the need arises.

In addition to the Talking Newspaper, Phyliss also organises a weekly Talking Magazine completely on her own. She is assiduous in her research and produces a varied and most interesting magazine for the members, much of which is copied elsewhere by other Talking Newspaper organisations! This takes up a lot of her time each week – to do this week in, week out, requires absolute dedication, total commitment and huge reserves of energy. The Talking Newspaper is currently preparing to step-up to digitalised recording which she is embracing with her usual enthusiasm and knowledge. All of this and a red duffle coat too!

 

 


 

The Mayor's Charity's 2014-2016  

The Mayor Councillor Wayne Grills has chosen The Royal British Legion Kingsbridge Branch as his charity to support this year.

The Royal British Legion is the UK's leading Armed Forces charity.  We provide practical, emotional and financial support to all members of the British Armed Forces past and present, and their families.  We actively campaign to improve their lives and safequard the Military Covenant between the nation and its Armed Forces.  We also organise the Poppy Appeal, run one of the UK's largest membership organisations and are recognised as the nations's custodian of Remembrance.  Our mission is to provide welfare, comradeship, representation and Remembrance for the Armed Forces Community.