Advice East Devon - is a group of 6 local established charities and projects offering free and impartial advice and information to local people in East Devon. They aim to improve access to services and empower people to solve their problems.

Clyst St Mary Village Hall - bookings secretary : Karen Hurst, 6 The Village, Clyst St Mary, Exeter, 01392 873402

Sowton Village Hall - bookings secretary : Sue Lawrite, Repton Clyst, Exeter, EX5 2AG - 01392 366345

Clyst St Mary Primary School - 01392 874583

Clyst Valley Football Club - Reg Vicary - 07742 650675

Clyst Valley Matters
- aims to be the place to look for all the local events, news, planning applications for the local area and local links for, hopefully, everything concerned with local government that you need in this area.

Clyst Valley News - Peter Skelton (Editor) 01392 879857

Clyst Valley Pre-School

Counselling Directory is a confidential service that encourages those in distress to seek help. The directory contains information on many different types of distress, as well as articles, news, and events. To ensure the professionalism of the website, all counsellors have provided qualifications and insurance cover or proof of membership with a professional body.

Countess Wear Cricket Club - has been playing cricket at Winslade Park, Clyst St Mary since 1991

Devon & Cornwall Constabulary - for past and present police reports for the area as well as PACT meeting Minutes for Clyst St Mary

Devon County Council.

East Devon District Council.

Estuary League of Friends provide a range of individually tailored services to enable you and  your family to lead an active and independent life. They will work with you, whether you need support at home or just want to make new friends, explore and enjoy your local community.  Their services are provided by both volunteers and paid staff to anyone living in the areas of Topsham, Countess Wear, Ebford, Exton, Clyst St George and Cat & Fiddle Park and Clyst St Mary, irrespective of where they are registered for GP services.

Exeter & East Devon Growth Point - For access to all the latest information about planning applications, determinations and aspirations for sites such as the developments of Cranbrook, Skypark, Science Park etc.

This Parish Update contains the latest news about the developments in the west end of East Devon and hopefully lots of links that you will find useful - Exeter and East Devon Growth Point Parish Update.pdf

Farringdon village website - Farringdon is a neighbouring Parish

Flood Alert Website for River Clyst

Mobile Library - Timetables with effect from January 2015. Membership is FREE, no ID needed. Join at any age – babies too! There is no charge for borrowing books, and there’s a great choice. Non-Fiction books, Large Print, and children’s books can be reserved FREE. You  can even reserve books online, and collect them from the Mobile Library. Children have extra fun joining the Book Track and Summer reading Challenge.There is something to offer everyone on board so why not hop on and take a look? For more information phone 0345 155 1001 or email  If you’re not able to come to the library, or not able to carry your books, the Home Library Service can deliver books to you! The books are delivered by trained and security-checked volunteers from the Royal Voluntary Service who will treat your confidentiality as a priority, again phone 0345 155 1001 for more information or email the above address.

Report My Loss allows people to log their lost item using an online form, which will register the item on a Police Approved, National Database. Police all over the UK will be able to view the database, which will be available from 3 November 2014. 

Save Clyst St Mary Campaign - A group of Clyst St Mary residents have joined forces to campaign against current and future proposals to build hundreds more dwellings in and around our village. They fear such proposals will destroy the character of the village, overwhelm  the infrastructure and ultimately turn Clyst St Mary into another bland suburb of Exeter.
Western Power Distribution (general queries: 0845 724 0240) - WPD owns and operates the electricity distribution network in the South West. 
Being prepared for a power cut:
  • Keep a battery powered torch handy
  • Protect sensitive electrical equipment with a surge protector plug
  • Remember only analogue phones work in a power cut
  • If you have a stair lift, find out if it works manually.
What to do if there is a power cut:
  • Check your trip switches
  • If you have neighbours close-by, see if they are affected
  • Keep your freezer shut
  • Stay away from any fallen overhead lines
  • Call and tell Western Power Distribution you have no power on 0800 365 900.

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