Welcome to the official website of Strete in Devon, England, which is managed by Strete Parish Council. Strete is about a fifteen minute drive from Dartmouth. It is to be found on the high coastal ground at the eastern end of Slapton Sands. It's a good place to stay if you like exploring the local beaches and is also convenient for Kingsbridge, Totnes and Salcombe. Strete is situated on the South West Coastal Footpath and, with a variety of accommodation in the village, it is an ideal location to take a break in your journey. Take time to relax and enjoy the beautiful AONB surroundings.
South Hams District Councillors and Dr Sarah Wollaston MP have successfully lobbied parliament for funding to help communities affected by second home ownership.
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At the meeting on Monday 4th April, 12 members worked very industriously in
teams of 3 to start the process of recording the responses on the survey forms.
Each team had 30 response forms.
By following the agreed recording procedure, each team worked their way through the forms and the majority of the information on all 4 batches of 30 forms was completed by 10pm.
That represents about half of the forms received.
Another meeting has been arranged for Monday 11th April starting at 7pm, when it is hoped the remaining forms can be completed
All available volunteers are requested to attend for as long as they can to help with the recording process.
The results will be summarised once all have been completed and then publicised through the website, newsletter and public notice boards.
It is hoped that this will be completed by 25th April to allow the Steering Group to review and discuss the results in readiness for a Community Consultation Meeting provisionally planned for 9th May.
The Prize Draw for the Household Survey took place on Wednesday evening at 7:30pm in the Parish Hall.
480 Household Survey forms were delivered to properties in the parish.
In total 224 response forms were counted from the Ballot Boxes which represents a 47% return of the number distributed.
A member of the public, Mrs Sheila Joy, was invited to draw the first response form from the pile of returns emptied from the Ballot Boxes to win the £100 prize.
The winning response form drawn by Sheila was that received from Mr Bob Lloyd.
Congratulations and thank you to Mr Lloyd.
Everyone in the community was invited to participate in the survey as part of the development of the Neighbourhood Plan for Strete.
Once again, a large proportion of the community have expressed their interest for the future of the village and the parish. Many thanks to all those who completed and returned their form.
The Steering Group will now start the count process of all the responses received.
Once completed these will be publicised on the website www.strete.org.uk under the section for Neighbourhood Plan, in a Newsletter (to all those signed up to receive one) and the Public Notice Boards in the village.
This will be followed by a Community Meeting in the Parish Hall, initially planned for May, when the community will be invited to comment on the progress made to date and the priorities determined from the response forms to the Household Survey.
The priorities determined from the response forms will provide objectives that the Steering Group will look to develop into policies for the future of the parish.
At each stage of the journey the community will be invited to get involved to ensure everyone has the opportunity to express their views and help shape a future for the community as a whole.
The ballot boxes for posting your completed Household Survey response forms will remain in place over Easter to ensure everyone has had the opportunity to express their preferences about the future of our parish.
The ballot boxes will be collected on 30th April in readiness for the Prize Draw in the Parish Hall at 7:30 pm.
Remember the first response form drawn from the box with contact details will win £100.
Look out for this Ballot Box at the Parish Hall from Saturday 12th March until 30th March when the PRIZE DRAW will take place at 7:30pm in the Parish Hall.
There are two more Ballot Boxes in the village - One in the Shop / Post Office and one in the Kings Arms.