Strete Parish Council
Strete Parish Council welcomes you to the official village website and hopes that you will find it interesting. We are a committee of seven plus the Clerk and meet on the third Thursday evening in every month, but not usually in August. Members of the public have the opportunity to speak at every meeting during the Open Forum.
Strete is a small parish with a population of approximately 430. Although this number changes frequently with the seasons, we do have a lot of activities going on in the Village. There is an excellent Parish Hall equipped with many modern facilities, which can be hired for all types of functions and meetings at a reasonable cost. For bookings, speak to Lesley on (01803) 770071.
Blackbird Wood is a small community woods area where you can picnic and walk the dog. You are also welcome to walk your dog in our Village Green, with its wildlife section, picnic benches and stunning views of Start Bay. The village also has a children’s play park with climbing frames and a picnic bench.
The village magazine, Stretewise, gives details of all the activities and other information for the village including the Parish Council minutes. To obtain a copy or submit an article, e-mail your enquiry to the Editor, Dave Jones, on firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope you will come and visit us and pop into our Community Operated pub The Kings Arms, which has stunning sea views over Start Bay, or use our shop and Post Office, which is open daily. Alternatively, you may wish to stay at one of the local B&Bs or campsites and enjoy the natural beauty of our coastline and countryside. You will be made most welcome.
Strete Parish Council Chairman