"A Village Within A Town"
NOW WE ARE THREE!
As part of the on-going programme of refurbishment of community assets, new benches have been installed at The Fountain. See LATEST NEWS for more details.
TRAVEL FUND PRESENTATION
A presentation was made to Evie Old to represent 1st Kingsteignton Girlguiding/1st Newton Abbot Rangers who will be travelling to Japan to attend the 23rd World Scout Jamboree during the summer this year. See LATEST NEWS for further details.
OPENING & NAMING OF RE-ALIGNED B3193
The official opening of the re-aligned B3193 took place on Monday 3rd November and the children who won the naming of the road competition unveiled the name 'CLAY PITS WAY', accompanied by Mr Gary Stringer of Sibelco and MP Anne-Marie Morris.
Please check our page for up and coming events. This is regularly updated with your information.
DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL CONSULTATION ON THE FUTURE OF LIBRARIES
A public consultation on Devon County Council’s proposals for its future library service is now closed. Click here for the DCC October Community Newsletter.
We currently have one councillor vacancy, for the West Ward of Kingsteignton.
For further information regarding this position and to download an application form, please go to the Latest News page.
For the latest information on progress on the A380 construction click here
Kingsteignton is a town and civil parish in South Devon, England. It lies at the head of the Teign Estuary to the west of Teignmouth in the Teignbridge district. It is bypassed by the A380 road between Exeter and Torbay and is also on the A381 to Teignmouth, the A383 to Newton Abbot and the B3193 towards Chudleigh.
Kingsteignton was, until recently, purported to be the largest village in England, with a population of over 11,000. The threat of being incorporated into the nearby town of Newton Abbot prompted the parish council to change the village's status to a town itself: the change took effect from 1 January 2009. However, with a friendly community feel, it can truly be described as "The Village Within A Town".
You can use the buttons on the right to find out more about the town or click on the headings at the top to go to the Your Council pages.