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Popular pages

Really useful stuff
Village email circulation
Village diary
Discounted heating oil scheme
Picture galleries
Church House Inn - the village pub
Harberton Cricket Club
'The Stonehills Signaller' (Harberton Cricket Club's newsletter
Parish Magazine email contact
Harberton Parish Neighbourhood Plan
(link to Harbertonford website for details)
Postbox collection times
Harberton businesses
Bed & breakfast
Self-catering accommodation
Panto archive
Property for sale
Old maps
Where is Harberton? (maps etc.)
Contact Us

Regularly updated pages
Parish Council
(minutes, contact details etc.)
St Andrew's Church (services etc.)

How can I report...?
See here for reporting fallen trees, dumped cars, fly-tipping, faulty street lamps, potholes, blocked ditches/buddleholes etc.
There is also an online pothole reporting facility on the DCC website.

Folk concerts and information about traditional music in southern Devon

Church House Inn Harberton
Church House Inn historical images

Site updated 10 October 2014

Harberton Men's Lunch Sat 8th Nov
at Church House Inn 12.30 for 1.00pm
(invitation / menu / details - includes link to downloadable PDF version)
'Trouble In The Glen' updated
Blakemore Farm solar park proposal
(includes links to full planning application on SHDC website and to website of the Campaign Against the Harberton Solar Industrial Estate - CAHSIE)
October Church services and events
Fibre broadband update
Harberton Parish Council's new website
July Parish Council minutes added (monthly meeting + planning meeting)
Harberton businesses page updated
All Parish Council meeting minutes back to June 2008 now additionally available to download as PDF files
Personal reminiscences (latest entry: Donald Ward, evacuee 1940-1942)
Latest old pic addition (summer fair 1959)
Harberton Parish Neighbourhood Plan
(draft plan, public consultation comments, public meeting minutes etc., link to Harbertonford website for details)

Welcome Pack
New to Harberton or thinking
of moving here? Click here

Our neighbours' websites
Ashprington & Tuckenhay, Avonwick & North Huish, Diptford, Harbertonford, (including Village Life newsletter), Rattery, South Brent (two sites) Community & Parish Council

Other South Devon and nearby
community websites

South Hams District Council

Website coverage area and history

Click the Devon flag to see how it came about.


What else is on the site?
Local weather, Totnes tide times, sunrise/sunset times
Sea temperature
Broadband in Harberton
Bus & Harbourne Shuttle times
Harberton Parish Hall
St Andrew's Church (own website)
Harberton Playing Field
Playing Field camping
Harbertonford Pre-School
Harberton Navy (Morris dancing)
Refuse/recycling arrangements
Planning applications (SHDC site, use 'Advanced Search')
Report road maintenance issues
(DCC, e.g. potholes, blocked surface water drains, faulty streetlights)
Roadworks and planned roadworks (DCC)
Postal services & history
Policing (local community)
Police Community Support Officer (PCSO)
Harberton & Harbertonford Community Land Trust
Snow warden scheme
Jonathan's Journey
(Jonathan Bean's travel diaries in Africa)
Village history
History of Luscombe Cross
Coal deliveries
Conservation area
Nature notes and pictures
Strawberry Fair
Register of electors (access to)
Estancia Harberton (Tierra del Fuego)
Personal pages
Miscellaneous Harberton web finds
Famous Harbertonians
Strange but true!
Personal reminiscences
Local genealogy / history resources
Harberton, 21st June 1887
The First Harvey Book 1896
Local name glossary
Harberton Feoffees
The "Holy" Well
Harberton Flood Management Scheme (2006)
DCC monthly online news roundup
Wind turbines etc.
Public notices

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