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New Chairman for the Parish Council

After 2 years as Chair of the Parish Council, Devoran Councillor, Caroline Johnson stepped down from her role as Chair at the Annual Parish Council Meeting held on Tuesday this week. Thanks were given to Caroline for all her hard work since she became a Councillor 6 years ago and during the last 2 years as Chair. Cllr Paul Lightfoot from Carnon Downs ward was elected as Chairman for the next 2 years, with joint Vice Chairman of Cllr Barrie Thomas (Devoran) and Cllr Rob Andrew (Feock) being voted in. The next Parish Council meeting will be held at 7pm on Monday 3rd June 2019 in the Parish Council Offices in Devoran.

Boat stolen from Restronguet Point

We have been contacted by a local resident who has sadly had their boat stolen from their mooring between Resetronguet Point and the Pandora Inn. It was stolen sometime on Tuesday 7th May. The boat is a Flipper 620, called "Punchinello", with a new bright blue cover on the back. If anyone sees or has seen the boat in and around the Carrick Roads, please could they contact Richard on 07903118941, the owners would be very grateful.

Your Choice voting now open

Eleven local groups came along to a very well attended Electors Meeting yesterday evening and gave excellent presentations on the projects that they have applied for Parish Council funding for. A big thank you to everyone who took the time to come along. Voting is now open for parish residents to vote for the projects they would like to see get the funding. You can vote online here or on paper slips from the Community Library in Devoran. You can also view the presentations that were given by the groups here. .

Climate Emergency declared

In March 2019, Feock Parish Council declared a Climate Emergency and resolved to form a group of interested local residents and Parish Councillors to take forward the issue and agree the actions that could be taken locally. ​ The following resolution was passed at the Parish Council meeting in March. • Feock Parish Council declares a climate emergency • Set up a climate change working party that includes stakeholders, people with an interest and partners (not a formal committee) • The working party is tasked with undertaking an audit on our impact on climate change and the impact of climate change on us as a parish • The working party engage with residents and stakeholders to put together a

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