"A Village Within A Town"
FOR INFORMATION ON ROOM HIRE AT KYC,
BROADWAY ROAD, KINGSTEIGNTON,
please click here:
VOLUNTEERS REQUIRED FOR KYC, CAN YOU HELP PLEASE?
KINGSTEIGNTON YOUTH CENTRE TRUST
(Reg. Charity no. 300881)
How about Knife Throwing? A Game of Pool? Darts?
Football? Table Tennis? Cooking? Art? Craft?
Kingsteignton Youth Centre Trust (KYC) is looking
to recruit more volunteer
staff to help run our very
popular Youth Club for 8-11 year olds
5.30pm – 8.00pm every Thursday in KYC
Broadway Road Kingsteignton TQ12 3EH
07483 362 583
Staff posts are voluntary. All staff are
required to be
DBS checked and trained in Safeguarding.
For Councillor Vacancies - please go to 'Latest News'
WELCOME OUR NEW MAYOR 2015
COUNCILLOR DAVE ROLLASON
Councillor Chris Meathrel (former Mayor 2014), handed over the Mayoral Chain to fellow Councillor Dave Rollason at the Full Council Meeting held on Wednesday 20th May, 2015 in the Mary Hall Suite, Rydon Road.
Councillor Chris Meathrel was thanked for all that he had done during his term of office as Mayor, from May 2014 to May 2015. He will continue to as a Town Councillor as well as becoming more involved with DALC, (Devon Association of Local Councillors).
KYC - Seeking Volunteers for fun times - for details, please click here:-
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.
Please check our page for up and coming events. This is regularly updated with your information.
For the latest information on progress on the A380 construction click here
Kingsteignton in the county of Devon is situated alongside the A380 road between Exeter and Torbay. It is within the Teignbridge District Council area.
Until the 1st January 2009, Kingsteignton was considered to be the largest village in England. However, with a population of over 11,000, and the threat of being incorporated into the nearby town of Newton Abbot the then parish council made the decision to change the status to that of a Town Council. In practise this change made very little difference in responsibilities, and, by retaining a friendly community feel, Kingsteignton can truly be described as
"A Village Within A Town".
You can use the buttons above on the right of this page to find out more about the town, or click on the headings at the top to go to the Your Council pages.