• H.R.H The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

    It is with great sadness that Bovey Tracey Town Council learned of the passing of His Royal Highness, The Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh. The Mayor of Bovey Tracey, Councillor Sheila Brooke expressed her sadness on the passing of the Duke of Edinburgh, conveying condolences to Her Majesty the Queen on behalf of the Parish of Bovey Tracey.

    Further information can be found at The British Monarchy (royal.uk)

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The Climate and Environment Emergency

Bovey Tracey Town Council declared a climate emergency in July 2019 and has pledged to do whatever is in its power, working with residents, to make Bovey Tracey and Heathfield carbon neutral by 2025.

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Hardship Fund

Created by the Coronavirus Emergency, Bovey Tracey Town Council is operating a Hardship Fund to help those in need in the Bovey Parish area during the Coronavirus crisis.

The Emergency Fund seeks to ensure the vulnerable residents and those in serious need get the support and urgent assistance they require during the emergency.

Bovey Parish Neighbourhood Plan

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National Trust

A peaceful retreat on the edge of Dartmoor, Parke is an old estate with a walled garden, pond, woods, a medieval weir and an orchard.

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