Welcome to Uplyme Parish Council’s website
Our Mission Statement:
“Uplyme Parish Council is committed to being a council with a vision to create a vibrant and spirited inclusive community in Uplyme, whilst keeping its traditional values”.
Uplyme is a large rural parish in east Devon, England and lies in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village is in a hollow formed by four valleys and a short stretch of coast; the latter being part of the Jurassic Coast and a World Heritage Site.
Historically, Uplyme dates back to pre-Roman times and later the village witnessed stages of the Civil War and the Monmouth rebellion. Judge Jeffreys is said to have tried the Duke’s followers at Court Hall Farm. Mention is also made of Uplyme in the Domesday Book.
The schedule of upcoming Council and Committee meetings.
Annual Parish Assembly
Annual Parish Council Meeting
Access to Information
We have already incorporated an archive of the Parish Council minutes from meetings January 2011 onwards and will continue to upload the latest dates and minutes from all the Parish Council meetings onto this site.
We will use the News and Events column to keep you informed about local information and other items which we think are important for you to know. The column will also carry details about what’s happening in the area and we encourage the organisers of events to let us know, using the contact form, so we can provide further publicity for your activities.
Who are we?
For a detailed list of all current members, please visit the councillors page.
What Do the Parish Council Do?
• The Parish Council regularly meet to discuss local issues
• Support and encourage ongoing community engagement initiatives
• Maintain devolved assets at a local level
• Support the economic diversity and prosperity of the village
• Review planning applications and make comment as appropriate