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Devauden Community Council currently has a vacancy for a Councillor for the Kilgwrrwg Ward which will be filled through the process of co-option.  All members of the community are welcome to apply by submitting an application by 17th February.

The Planning Inspectorate published its decision about the rights of way around Panta Farm, Devauden in May 2020.  Since then objections/representations have been received and the order to modify the Definitive Map has not yet been confirmed. Anyone who has made an objection or representation following the proposed modification must send their statement of case to the Welsh Ministers by 18 January 2021.

The Devauden 2020 Top Notch auction raised £888 for the  Severn Area Rescue Association (SARA).

Devauden calendars are on sale now at Devauden Village Shop.  The calendar features photographs by local residents and all profits will go towards the repairs needed for St James church.

The Hood Memorial Hall Committee, Devauden currently has a vacancy for a trustee.  The deadline for applications is 6th November 2020.

Due to the current restrictions because of coronavirus Devauden Community Council is not currently meeting formally. However, it continues to action issues as they arise via email and remote meeting.

People in Devauden have raised over £600 pounds for the charity Parkinson's UK through the sale of face masks at the Devauden Shop.

St James Church is hold a photography competition and the judges want to see your best photograph taken within 5 miles of the Wesley statue on the village green within the last 12 months.

The Trustees of the Hood Memorial Hall have announced that they intend to reopen the hall for users from Monday 7th September 2020.

Every Saturday Wigmores Traditional Bakery will be delivering freshly baked bread, cakes and savouries to Devauden Green Shop.   Orders can be placed in advance by email or telephone.



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Devauden Coronavirus Support Group

The Devauden Coronavirus Support Group has been established to offer help to anyone in our community who may need it during COVID-19 pandemic.