Welcome to Payhembury Parish Council

Payhembury is a village and civil parish in the East Devon district of Devon, England. The village is about six miles west of Honiton. At the time of the 2011 census the parish had a population of 682, and it is surrounded clockwise from the north by the parishes of Broadhembury, Awliscombe, Buckerell, Feniton, Talaton, Clyst Hydon and Plymtree. The parish includes the hamlets of Colestocks, Lower Cheriton, Tale and Upton.        From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Census 2021 - poster, Your questions answered and Community handbook 
East Devon Local Plan consultation poster 
England Lockdown January to mid February 2021 - Stay At Home poster
Payhembury Village Playpark improvements - latest update - work should start on Phase 1 in Spring 2021 - please see the Playing Fields webpage for more information or see 'Payhembury Village Playpark' project 2020-2024 which gives more information on the background to the project and the 4 phases of the planned improvements.
Avian Flu outbreak - an Avian Flu Prevention Zone has been declared across the whole of the UK, effective 5pm on 11th Nov. If you keep chickens or other birds please see the government's guidance - Avian Flu poster 
Latest links and information from EDDC including how to apply for hardship funds, how to apply for Test and Trace support payments and other support information.
Playground has re-opened - 18th July 2020

Poster for safe use of playground

COVID-19 and playground poster
Upcoming dates
Wednesday 10th March, 7.30pm - Parish Council meeting - via Zoom - TBC. See March Parish Paper for details on how to join in or contact Parish Clerk for details)
Thursday 11th March, 2.15pm - Public Rights of Way committee meeting to approve changes to Public Footpaths on Hembury Fort. More information from DCC 
Monday 15th March, noon - closing date for responses to the East Devon Local Plan consultation
Sunday 21st March - Census 2021 date