Welcome to the Whitestone Devon website
funded by Whitestone Parish Council for the benefit of all. This website is intended to give an insight into day-to-day Whitestone, a little of its history up to the present day and some of the other interests and businesses that are to be found here.
MILK ON THE MOOVE
Trailer Drop Off Times for Whitestone - APRIL
Saturday 4th April - 12.45pm - 1.15pm
Tuesday 7th April - 2.30pm - 3.00pm
Saturday 11th April - 12.45pm - 1.15pm
Tuesday 14th April - 2.30pm - 3.00pm
Saturday 18th April - 12.45pm - 1.15pm
Tuesday 21st April - 2.30pm - 3.00pm
Friday 24th April - 12.45pm - 1.15pm
WHITESTONE PARISH MAGAZINE SUSPENDED
With the necessary lock down to control the spread of Covid19, it has been found necessary to temporarily suspend the production of the Whitestone Parish Magazine.
As you are aware, all the clubs and societies have stopped meeting for the present, the Parish Hall and the Church are closed and the Parish Council have suspended all meetings. Their reports represented the bulk of items reported in the Magazine.
Additionally, it was felt that collecting the Magazine from the printers, dropping off copies to the local distributers and delivering the Magazine to our subscribers could be considered ‘unnecessary journeys’ under the present rules.
Thank you for your support in the past and we hope the temporary suspension is not too long.
WHITESTONE PLAY PARK IS CLOSED
Whitestone Parish Council are following advice sent out by the Government and Teignbridge District Council regarding Play Parks. As a result we will unfortunately have to close the Crossways Play Park until further notice.
DO YOU HAVE A NEW NEIGHBOUR IN WHITESTONE?
If you have a new neighbour, please contact Pam Lee on 01392 811579 or email:
email@example.com to let her know where they live so that a "Welcome pack" can be
delivered personally to their new home.
Pam has been a resident in the Parish for many years and will probably be able to answer most
queries they may have.
AT ANY TIME
Whitestone Parish Council have now commissioned the new outdoor defibrillator box which is
situated at the entrance to the Parish Hall. This means that the defibrillator (AED) is now
accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
In the event of witnessing someone having a sudden cardiac arrest or suspected cardiac
arrest, phone 999 immediately and request an ambulance. Seconds count - phone
Start chest compressions as directed by the Ambulance Service.
If another person is available, they may be able to collect the defibrillator (AED) from
outside the Whitestone Parish Hall. They must tell the person on the other end of the 999
phone that there is a nearby defibrillator in Cabinet No: DC0191 at postcode: EX4
2JS. (These details are repeated on the outside of the cabinet). They will then be given
the code to unlock the cabinet. No training is necessary to operate the defibrillator as it
is fully automatic and 'speaks' to you with all the actions necessary.