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'Thank you to our Town's residents who paid their respects to HM Queen Elizabeth II'. 
'THANK YOU & CONGRATULATIONS' to all participants & winners of the Kingsteignton in Bloom Competition 2022!

A presentation was held on Wednesday 24th August to present winners with their cups, prizes and certificates. 

'THANK YOU' to all who came along to Clifford Park on Saturday 20th August 11:30am to see Lord Clifford officially open the new play area for all to enjoy!

We hope everybody will enjoy the new facilities as well as the rest of the park!

The park is now fully equipped, young children's play area, ball play area, bmx/skate ramp, table tennis table and fitness equipment.


'A big 'THANK YOU' to all who took part in our 'Beating the Bounds' events over the last two weekends. 

Also, to 'Devon Direct First Aid' for assisting us on both walks which were both done in extreme temperatures!

We hope that all our walkers enjoyed their experience of walking the boundaries of our parish and took a well-earned rest at the end!

The next one will take place in 2029. 


Please help get rough sleepers off the street

Follow this link to see how you can help 



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Flood Risk Advice

According to the Environment Agency, over five million people in England live and work in properties at risk of flooding from rivers or the sea, whilst more face flood threats from groundwater, surface water, sewers, and reservoirs.

In extreme conditions you won't be able to stop flood water, and you should always put personal safety above attempts to protect property and possessions. Despite this, there are steps that you can take to keep water out, to buy yourself time to preserve property and possessions, and to limit the damage that flood water does.

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DCC offer free support for small businesses

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Free support for small businesses and community groups (govdelivery.com) 


COVID UPDATE -  please continue to be responsible...

Please can we ask all our residents, families and friends to remain vigilant and carry on your lives with extreme caution, the virus has not gone away, it is still out there and we all need to be extremely careful in order to stop the evolving variants from spreading.

Remember.. Hands, Face, Space.... Fresh Air - even when indoors - Still the best way to move forward!

COVID-19 Vaccinations - please accept the vaccination and the booster as soon as you can if you haven't already done so. The more people who do, the safer we will all be!

Please visit the Government website for the latest information.

Please visit the Devon County Council website for the latest regional updates in relation to Coronavirus.

Please visit the Teignbridge District Council for the latest local updates in relation to Coronavirus.

The Council have prepared information that you may find useful, view the dedicated page here.

 In memory of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

In memory of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II  


Born: 21 April 1926


Died: 8 September 2022

It is with great sadness that Kingsteignton Town Council learned of the passing of Queen Elizabeth II

Councillor Bill Thorne, in the absence of the Mayor and Deputy Mayor, expressed his sadness on the passing of The Queen, conveying condolences to His Majesty the King on behalf of the Parish of Kingsteignton.






Thank you to those who visited the Community Hall to leave a message of condolence in the Condolence Book.

The Buckingham Palace Online book of Condolence's can be signed by visiting the following link:  https://www.royal.uk/books-condolence 


All Town Council meetings will resume in October.


Councillor Bill Thorne, accompanied by Town Clerk, Mrs Carol Lakin and Town Councillors' Julie Scagell and Ian Burrows paid tribute to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by laying a wreath on behalf of all at Kingsteignton Town Council and for the people of Kingsteignton. Also, in attendance were Deputy Clerk Mrs Michelle Lewis-Clarke, Communications Officer Mrs Shirley Simmons and Maintenance Officer Mr David Turner. 



Kingsteignton - known as a Village within a Town! -  Fountain



   Pictured above:  The Fountain, Oakford, Kingsteignton, TQ12 3EG

Just a few years ago Kingsteignton was the largest village in England.  However, as the population increased we achieved the status of becoming a 'Town', so from 1st January 2009, we changed from a Parish Council to a Town Council. Our first Mayor, Councillor Mike Walters was a stalwart for the Town, District and County Councils and served many years. Many locals who have lived here all of their lives, still refer to it as a Village!

Our population has since continued to grow and is currently at approximately 12,500 residents with over 5,000 homes. We are a vibrant Town, with retail parks, a cafe, a coffee shop, pubs, restaurants, hotels, sports facilities, 3 high achieving primary schools and Teign School a high achieving secondary school, industrial estates and over 80 x businesses' in total. Situated at the head of the River Teign Estuary our East Ward adjoins the Hackney Marshes Nature Reserve and to the West fringing on the banks of the River Teign adjoining Teigngrace and the Hamlet of Preston.

A resident or a visitor to our Town, we hope that you enjoy your time here! 


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