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community focused so a lot of it was still delivered, including books, sculptures and work with schools. The Mayflower River Parade was the only event postponed last year and that will now be going ahead on Regatta Saturday, along with a Mayflower themed programme at The Flavel.” Sarah said the impact of Covid on the local economy has highlighted how important visitors are to Dartmouth and the South Hams. “Local authorities now realise


“It’s great to


have councils working on our side again.”


how important tourism is to the economy. They’re more on board with management, planning, toilet provision etc. Laura and I have worked in tourism for a long time and it’s great to have councils working on our side again.”


Laura added: “Despite our worst fears last year


the world has continued and there are now fresh opportunities out there and new things for people to discover. “From a business and personal perspective people


have looked at what is really important to them. Trends in travel data show clearly that people want experiences where they can be with their families. And we have so many spaces and good locations in the South Hams where people can get together again.” www.visitsouthdevon.co.uk www.discoverdartmouth.com


The Dartmouth A


Neighbourhood Plan Robert Brooke, Chairman of the Steering Group


Steering Group of local residents has been working with the Dartmouth Town Council since 2019 to


consult with the local community about what should be included in the Neighbourhood Plan for our designated plan area.


The Steering Group, including 3 local Councillors, is


now writing the proposed plan document with the aim of publishing it for the required final phase of public consultation.


This Pre-submission document was approved by


the Town Council on 7 June 2021. The content of the plan and an Executive Summary of it are already on the Dartmouth Neighbourhood Plan website which is accessible to all at https://dartmouthplan.org Please read this and let us know your views.


We are now reaching the stage where we wish


to consult with the community at large to receive their comments over the next few weeks for our consideration. We will then prepare the formal request for approval to Dartmouth Town Council. Once obtained it will be submitted formally to South Hams District Council. To date the Steering Group has set up four Topic Groups dealing with our Economy, Infrastructure, our Green Environment and the Town Environmment. Local teams have assisted in this effort and we have also used the findings from the last Public Survey in 2016. These are summarised in the Draft plan on our website.


art music film drama comedy, and so much more...


TRUSTEES wanted


The Flavel are looking for 2-3 new trustees to join


our Trustee Board and help steer us through the next stage of our development.


We are seeking individuals with a wide range of skills and experience.


If you would like to join one of Dartmouth’s best loved organisations, and you have an interest in the Arts, and have a professional or business background, we would like to hear from you.


We are particularly looking for people with experience in accountancy, finance and HR.


If you think that you could be interested in one of these positions, or would like general information about becoming a Trustee,


please email: flaveltrusteerecruitment@gmail.com in the first instance, giving brief details about yourself and a contact telephone number.


A Neighbourhood Plan, once formally approved and adopted by the residents in a referendum, likely to be in early 2022, provides additional local detail to be considered in the formal Local Authority land use plan – in our case this is the Plymouth, West Devon and South Hams Joint Local Plan for 2014 to 2034. Our current pre- submission document sets out our suggested plans and policies for land use in Dartmouth, our aspirations for the protection of our heritage assets, our green spaces, our town infrastructure and ourenvironment.


Now is the time for us all to work together like never


before to seek your views and to complete our first ever Dartmouth Neighbourhood Plan. Your early input and constructive suggestions are critical to its success.


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