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Stokenham Parish Council

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Welcome to Stokenham Parish Council Website

The Parish of Stokenham, bounded by the black line on the map, covers the whole of the southern half of Start Bay, from Slapton Sands to Start Point and on to Lannacombe Beach. It encompasses the villages of Torcross, Beesands, Hallsands, Kellaton, Kernborough, Dunstone, Beeson and Chillington, as well as Stokenham itself, covers an area of some 20.6 square kilometres, and has a population of approximately 2,000.

The seven larger settlements and many smaller hamlets and farms are connected by miles of narrow country lanes, byways, bridleways and footpaths. The main arterial route in and out of the parish is the A379, which runs north to Dartmouth and west to Kingsbridge. This route is serviced by the First Western National Bus Company, with connections available to Plymouth (change for Derriford Hospital), Salcombe, Dartmouth, Totnes (our nearest main line railway station) and Exeter. The parish also enjoys the service of The Coleridge Bus, a community bus providing weekly runs from outlying areas to Kingsbridge. There are airports at Plymouth and Exeter.

Register to Vote‏

Register to Vote today to have your say in the 2015 General and Local Elections.

To register to vote please use the link below and follow the instructions if you don't register you can't vote.

Stokenham Parish Council Annual Parish Meeting and Parliamentary Hustings was a great success.

The Image below shows a member of the audience asking a question to the prospective parliamentary candidates for the Totnes Constituency at the Hustings held at Stoknham Parish Hall on the 27th March 2015.

Stokenham Parish Council would like to thank all the Parliamentary Candidates and the members of the public for their attendance.


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