A stakeholder briefing (No 6, 11 August) summarising the proposals and the approach to consultation is available here.

The Parish ChurchThe present building of St.Andrews Church dates originally from the early 14th century although there is also evidence that there was a church long before that possibly in Norman times. 

This 4 hectare lake supports a wealth of water birds and an excellent assemblage of...

Having completed the NHS England assurance process, the CCG has been authorised to proceed to consultation on its proposals to re-shape community services.

Our student Alicia is doing her dissertation on public engagement and archaeological sites. We’d be grateful if people could complete this quick online survey about the day, we would really appreciate your feedback. Many thanks in advance.

The consultation will run from 1 September to 23 November and feedback is likely to be considered by the CCG’s governing body in January/February 2017.

Thursday was another good day for excavation, pictured here is the complete pot that Enfys and Danielle excavated, we can’t wait to analyse the content and get a proper look at it once experts have had the chance to look at it. We were also overjoyed to welcome back Katy to the site, who has been involved in the project since the very start. Jim, one of the site’s discoverers also visited the site. It was wonderful to welcome them both.


For NHS medical support outside GP surgery hours, please call NHS 111. The staff at 111 have the ability to assess your needs and if appropriate link you to Devon Doctors On Call who have GPs in cars and at the Newton Abbot Hospital Treatment Centre. The Devon Doctors Out Of Hours GP service operates between 6.00pm and 8.30am Monday to Friday, Thursdays between 1.00pm and 3.00pm, Saturdays and Sundays and during public holidays.

And bringing the archaeology to life in our ‘Living section, we have three amazing re-enactor groups!

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Appointments can also be booked by phoning us on 01803 874455 or calling in to either of our health centre sites. For more information ask for our appointments patient information leaflet.

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People will be asked for their views on the proposals, originally agreed as a basis of consultation in April, and for any alternative ideas for strengthening services in ways that can meet increasing health needs, are clinically sound, sustainable and affordable.

If you are unavailable on Saturday, you can come along to our Information Hub at Ipplepen Methodist Church, Monday to Friday 9:30 am – 4:15 pm until June 30th.

For NHS medical support outside GP surgery hours, please call NHS 111

More of the team have been washing finds today, and it has been good weather for drying them. Some really interesting pottery sherds are being processed, and you can see some beautiful examples of these in the Hub until Thursday afternoon. Come and visit them soon, as it will be the last chance for the year. We have some spectacular pieces in the display cabinet!

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12-week consultation to begin on 1 September

In the NHS GP Quality Outcomes Framework & Inspection Scheme the Kingskerswell & Ipplepen GP medical practice consistently scores among the highest achievable points. It has been ranked amongst the top 2% in England for quality clinical outcomes.

The Friends and Family Test is a very simple feedback tool that supports the fundamental principle that people who use NHS services should have the opportunity to provide feedback on their experience that can be used to improve services. It is a continuous feedback loop between patients and practices.

The Bounds of IpplepenThe bounds of the parish of Ipplepen enclose an area nearly three miles across and approximately 16 miles around. The tradition of beating the bounds is still carried out every 7-8 years, the last time being on the 5th May 2008, when over 400 parishioners walked the boundary and a great community day was had by all who took part. 

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Over the next few weeks, the Treatment rooms at Ipplepen will be limited, however, should you need an appointment with a HCA or Nurse on days where this is an issue these can be made at our Health Centre in Kingskerswell.

This Saturday 25th June we will be welcoming the public once again for our annual Open Day! Come along for a fun-filled day of archaeology and activities. There is something for every age and lots to do and learn for the whole family.

We believe that living in Devon gives us wonderful learning opportunities, which we try to use to the full. OFSTED highlighted our use of field trips and residential visits and the cross curricular links with other subjects as a major strength of the school.

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Courtenay Park features a pond and fountain, a sensory garden, a bandstand on which...

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A Leisure centre situated in Newton Abbot.  Facilities includes a swimming pool and...

Hackney Marshes is a Local Nature Reserve. Buzzards, kestrels and pheasants are often...

The population of Ipplepen during 1801 and 1901 was 821 and 813 respectively. By the time of the 1991 Census in the United Kingdom, the population of 'Ipplepen with Torbryan' had increased to 2446. The average age was 42 years and 68.9% were described as being in 'good health'.

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Set in beautiful woodland, the English Heritage castle is romantic and reputedly the most...

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Sharpham Vineyard is set in one of Devon's most magical locations. The beautiful 550 acre...

Another interesting feature that has been excavated is this possible well that Enfys and Jerry have been excavating.

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In the evening, students gathered for a guided walk from Bill Horner, Devon County Archaeologist, and John, the ranger, who gave interesting talks on Denbury and it’s context within the wider landscape. The Iron Age hillfort is inter-visible with Ipplepen, so it was great to hear more about the site.