Exminster Parish Council provides a number of services and functions.

Deepway Green

Event organisers wishing to use Deepway Green are asked to apply to the Clerk to the Parish Council at least 60 days before the date of the event. Conditions of use can be found here.

Deepway Green Conditions of Use
Deepway Green Conditions of Use.pdf
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Grant awards

Grants will be available from the 1st April each year and applications will be considered on a three monthly basis. Only one grant can be given to the same applicant in any one financial year.

Exminster Parish Council has set aside a grant budget of £4000 for the 2018/2019 financial year.  Applicants are invited to apply for up to £500 of grant funding and each application is considered and discussed by the Parish Council to determine the level of funding awarded.

Please use this application form to apply.

Exminster Community Grant Application Form 2019-20
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Exminster Parish Allotment Society manage the allotments at Spurfield. For more information, email or call Sue Brown on 01392 824849.


Cemetery Regulations

Cemetery Regulations
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A list of fees and charges for the Cemetery can be found below.
Cemetery Fees & Charges April 2018 - March 2021
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An application for interment is available to download. Please read the guidance notes prior to application.
Exminster PC Application For Interment-Grave Purchase
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Cemetery Guidance Notes
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Please use the following form to apply to erect a memorial or add an inscription to an existing memorial.
Application To Erect An Memorial
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Footpath Warden

Exminster Parish Council participates in the Parish Partnership Scheme with Devon County Council to look after the local network of Public Rights of Way.

What is the definition of a public right of way? It’s a route or way, usually on private land, which the public has a legal right to use. Public rights of way are public highways: the surface of the public right of way belongs to the local highway authority while the subsoil is the property of the landowner.

The Parish Paths Partnerships Scheme is an initiative to ensure that the entire rights of way network is legally defined, properly maintained and well publicised. It has the support of the National Association of Local Councils and is Devon County Council funded. The County Council was one of the first fifteen Highway Authorities to participate in this scheme, which encourages community involvement and enjoyment of public rights of way. Devon County Council is working in partnership with Parish/Town Councils, landowners and local voluntary groups. The main aim is to improve the condition of the local rights of way and keep them open and used properly.

The Parish Council appoints a volunteer Footpath Warden to inspect and report on the condition of the footpaths and arrange any work in conjunction with the D.C.C. footpath Liaison Officer.

Public Footpaths are for people on foot only. Not for cyclists (even those pushing their bikes) or for people riding or leading a horse. Pushchairs and wheelchairs may be used. Horse riding and cycling on a public footpath are only allowed with the landowner’s express permission.

There is a map of the footpaths in the Victory Hall window by the path to Coffee on the Corner and a copy can be downloaded below. There are no bridleways in the parish.

Footpaths in Exminster Parish
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The Warden would welcome reports on the condition of paths and can be contacted at

Tree Warden

The Tree Warden would welcome reports on the condition of trees in the Parish and can be contact at

Exminster Parish Council Footpath Warden:
John Goodey
Public Rights of Way:
Devon County Council County Hall Topsham Road Exeter  EX2 4QD
0845 155 1004

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