Welcome to Alphington Village Forum

This web site was set up by residents concerned about proposed developments south of Alphington Village.


Report on AGM and open meeting

---- June 11, 2016

AVF held its AGM and open meeting last Tuesday 7th June. There was a good turn-out, with quite a few new faces. After the AGM when the current committee was re-elected, and new members Jim Masters and John Harvey nominated and seconded, there were speeches by Lynn Wetenhall of CWEST and Diana Moore. Lynn gave an impassioned plea for DCC, ECC and Teignbridge to work together on a revised and forward thinking transport strategy, and Diana described the work of Exeter Community Forum which is responsible for allocating funds from developments ...

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Letter from Chairman

---- May 31, 2016

Dear Members                                             1 June 2016 It is vitally important that you are aware of what is happening to our village in the near future when 2,500 new homes are built between here and Exminster. Apart from the destruction of the most beautiful landscape and many arable fields, there will be even more chaos on our roads, which are already seriously congested and polluted. This will be a disaster for both Alphington and our city, yet none of the three local authorities involved seem to be looking clearly into the...

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Annual General Meeting

---- May 24, 2016

Alphington Village Forum will hold its Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 7th June between 7 and 9 pm, in Alphington village hall. This will be an OPEN MEETING TO RE-ELECT COMMITTEE AND REVIEW THE PAST YEAR’S ACHIEVEMENTS. ALSO TO DISPLAY PLANS OF FUTURE SW EXETER DEVELOPMENT. All residents of Alphington and nearby villages are welcome to attend.

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Alphington walks

---- April 14, 2016

A photograph of the Thursday walking group has been added to the Alphington walks page, (http://www.alphingtonforum.co.uk/alphington/alphington-walks) together with some descriptions of walks.  

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Exeter Bus Station

---- March 14, 2016

A page has been added under the tab “Community Issues” for the proposed Exeter bus station. Although the bus station does not directly affect Alphington, it may be that Alphington residents might like to join the bus users group. The new page contains information from Exeter City Council following the recent public consultation, and will be used to add any new information received.

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