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Some information about the Parish

Information about the Parish Council and its work

  • East Worlington Parish is one of the parishes in North Devon.
 
  • Parish Population: 220 residents (National Population Census 2011).
  • Parish Electorate: 202 residents (2015 Electoral Register).
  • Parish Area: 2,187 hectares (5,404 acres).
  • Population Density: Number of persons per hectare 0.1 compared to 0.9 across North Devon; 2.2 across the South West; and 4.1 across England.
  • Parish Number of Dwellings: 92 (National Population Census 2011), in 2015 risen to just over 100.
  • There are 36 Listed Buildings in the parish.
  • The main source of employment within the parish is through farming and other countryside occupations.
  • The assets of the Parish Council are:
    • The Parish Hall (on a long lease to East Worlington Parish Hall Trustees);
    • The War Memorial;
    • The Water Pump in East Worlington.

Parish Councillors

District and County Councillors

Frequently Asked Questions

Documents and Information

Map of the Parish

Accounts and Finance

Agendas and Minutes

Planning

Emergency Planning

Parish Plan

Parish Council Assets

Powers and Duties

History of Parish Councils

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