Hennock and Teign Village
Hennock is a small Village situated 600 feet above sea level on the south side of the beautiful Teign Valley in Devon, England, it is reputed to have one of the best views in Devon. Owing to the village being constructed in a kilometre long ribbon along the contour line almost every house in the village has a view over the valley below.
Teign Village is located down the steep side of the valley, some 400 feet below Hennock. Built in 1911/12 by the quarry company to house the workers in the local quarry, nowadays it is a thriving community of some 50 houses boasting its own Social Club and Football team.
Both villages are situated within the Dartmoor National Park
On this site you will find much about the history of the Village and a listing of Activities most of which are organised by the Village Hall Committee to raise funds for the maintenance of our 700 year old Village Hall.
For what is on please check the Diary Dates Page
Keep Hennock Tidy
Have you got some spare time to give to ensure that our village stays a nice place to live?
Then please consider joining the Hennock Volunteer group.
With further cuts in Devon County Council’s budget some members of the Parish Council have set up a volunteer group to tackle jobs which would have been done by the Parish Lengthsman. Would you like to help? If so please Contact the Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01626 832336
CHUDLEIGH KNIGHTON POST OFFICE
Do you know that there is a Post Office that operates from Chudleigh Knighton Village Hall on Wednesdays from 9am – 1pm and on Fridays from 1pm – 5pm.
Unfortunately there is not enough customer activity to warrant any additional hours. Please support the Chudleigh Knighton facility to ensure the current level of service can continue, otherwise we may lose it again.
Please read the new Teignbridge Council information page from Councillor Douglas Hellier Laing