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  • Dulverton Town

    Dulverton is a town and civil Parish in the heart of West Somerset, England, near the border with Devon. It is situated within the Exmoor National Park. - Check out our shops location and street Map - Click 'Read More' & scroll down Read More
  • All Saints Church

    The original church of All Saints was probably 13th Century. The tower is the oldest part and contains a clock, which is around three hundred years old. - Click 'Read More' & scroll down Read More
  • Exmoor National Park

    An amazing variety of landscapes -including moorland, woodland, valleys and farmland, shaped by people and nature over thousands of years. Where high cliffs plunge into the Bristol Channel, and cosy pubs and tearooms. - Click 'Read More' for more views Read More
  • Heritage Centre

    The Guildhall Heritage and Arts Centre is located off the Guildhall Car Park to the rear of Dulverton Library and the National Park Visitor Centre. It is open from Easter to the end of October and with free admission it offers access to various local exhibitions which change every year or so. Read More
  • Tarr Steps

    Tarr Steps - The Tarr Steps are a medieval clapper bridge across the River Barle in a National Nature Reserve within the Exmoor National Park, A typical clapper bridge construction, the bridge possibly dates to around 1000 BC. The stone slabs weigh up to 1-2 tons apiece. According to local legend, they were placed by the devil to win a bet Read More
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Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Dulverton Town Council (DTC) Meetings

Nov 23 2012

  Town Council meetings are normally held in the lower Town Hall

(members of the Public are most welcome)

and are held every second Monday of the month, starting at  7pm


DTC office is normally open Tuesday 1000-1200 and Thursday 1500-1700

Dulverton Car Parks - changes, click here

Dulverton Town Council (DTC) welcomes letters and emails on any subject related to Dulverton and its Council, although every effort will be made to acknowledge receipt individual replies may not be forthcoming. However,  it does reserve the right in terms of transparency and the public interest to publish and/or make public letters/emails addressed to the Town Council and its Councillors unless specifically requested  & with its agreement not to do so.

False rumours and information can only harm your town.

In this age of false NEWS! you can never be sure that you aren’t being led a stray by false information, sometimes its deliberate, sometime it’s not. The best approach is don’t take everything at face value about what’s happening in your town.,. - To be sure you are not getting it wrong, contact any of your Cllrs and/or the Town Clerk to be sure that you are getting the true story about your town and not being misinformed by the headlines for somebody else’s gain.....

Your Cllrs are there for you! you only have to ask.


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