Dart Harbour

Dart Harbour is a Trust Port in one of the finest natural harbours in the UK. The River Dart whose source is high on Dartmoor flows through the towns of Totnes and Dartmouth, South Devon, England. While the Dart is a busy port for local fishing vessels and naval shipping, it also makes an ideal and attractive stopover for smaller cruise ships and a wide variety of private luxury yachts. The River Dart is navigable from Dartmouth to the weir at Totnes.

Website: http://www.dartharbour.org/

National Association of Local Councils

Established in 1947, the National Association of Local Councils is the only national body representing the interests of 10,000 local councils and 80,000 councillors. NALC works in partnership with county associations to support, promote and improve local councils.

Website: https://www.nalc.gov.uk

South Hams Waste & Recycling collections

South Hams District Council is responsible for Recycling and Waste collection across the Parish. Recycling and composting is collected one week and non-recyclable waste the next. Containers and sacks should be placed at the kerbside by 7.00am on your collection day.

Missed collections must be reported within 2 working days of the scheduled collection day. You can report it online at southhams.gov.uk

Click here to download the latest collection calendar.

Further information and details of what can and cannot be recycled and which sacks or containers to use can be found by clicking on a thumbnail below: