Month: May 2017

Tarka Line News

Invitations to enter the 2017 Tarka Line Station Gardens Competition have been sent out and the majority of stations have agreed to enter. The Friends of Copplestone Station are hoping to retain the trophy they won last year. As the

Copplestone Garden Club

For our keen gardeners the dry and mild April weather has spurred them on to get busy with their own gardens resulting in spare seeds and plants being shared with other members. The season got off to a good start

Sole Mates Colebrooke Walking Group

Walks will continue on the last Sunday of each month May 28th, 25th June, 30th July, 27th August Long Walk (2.5hr) starts at 1pm Short Walk (1 – 1.5hrs) starts at 2pm Tea and cakes in the Village Hall afterwards:

Calling all Copplestone Seniors

Have you booked for HOLIDAY AT HOME 2017 ? Available places are filling up rapidly so if you would like to come please contact me as soon as possible for a booking form.  These are available at the Church Café


Copplestone School 1st Wednesday every month Over the last few months it has been lovely to see new/old faces with a gradual increase in numbers at Copplestone Meat Bingo.  I would like to thank everyone who helps us on the evening with

The Café Thursday’s 9am – 12pm

The Café has continued well throughout the last few months with new and old faces alike.  As always we continue to offer great, fairtrade coffee, various teas, luxury hot chocolate and a vast selection of homemade cakes on a weekly

Copplestone Parish Footpaths Day 17th June

Our annual Parish ‘walk’ is coming up and I hope many of you will join us.  It always proves to be a very sociable and fun event, not hugely taxing, with a very broad range of ages and abilities taking

Copplestone Parish Boundary Stone

Some of you who regularly drive along the A377 to Crediton may have noticed the recent appearance of a large granite post.  It is situated on one of the grassed corners of Quarry Foot Cross (on your right as you