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.
10 new mass vaccination centres will open today in England. They are in addition to the seven mass vaccination centres already open.
Almost four million people have had their first Covid-19 jab in the UK - and that number should accelerate this week when people aged 70 and over, and the extremely vulnerable of any age, begin receiving the vaccine in England.
Look out for your letter inviting you to attend a centre near you to receive your first dose of the vaccine.
All arrivals into UK must quarantine.
As of 04:00 GMT today, almost everyone arriving into the UK must quarantine for 10 days – or five if they have a negative private Covid-19 test. All arrivals must also have proof of a negative test before being allowed into the UK. The closure of the so-called “travel corridors”, which allowed quarantine-free travel, will be in place until at least 15 February.
Some people will try anything to get you to pay for something that doesn't exist.
This link takes you to details about a scam offering a vaccination jab.
If you receive a text about a jab make sure it is genuine.
Confirmation that from 00:01 am on Thursday 31 December 2020, Devon will be in Tier 3 - Very High Alert - click here for full details
The border closures are already having a significant impact, with lorries backing up on the M20. About 10,000 a day usually travel between Dover and Calais during peak periods such as Christmas, and the problems are coming on top of existing disruption due to Brexit. The Food and Drink Federation says UK supplies could be interrupted, although supermarkets insist their warehouses are well-stocked. Government sources also say the delivery of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine won't be affected.
The number of daily coronavirus infections in the UK reached an all-time high on Sunday of 35,928. Health officials say there's no evidence the new variant is more deadly, but just increasing transmission could cause problems for hospitals.
We are back to where we started in March - there is no alternative to beating this pandemic but to STAY AT HOME - DO NOT TRAVEL - SHOP LOCALLY.