Contact Us

Sue Green, the Parish Clerk, is always happy to hear from anyone wanting information on the village and the surrounding area. She administers the Parish Council's affairs - all Council business should thus be initially routed through her. Tel 01548 810270.  Email: kingstonclerk@gmail.com

Please note that complaints about local issues as holes in the road, graffitti, fly tipping, flooding etc can, if you wish, be reported directly through www.fixmystreet.com . You will be able to pinpoint the problem on a map and your personal details will not be publicised without your permission. There is also a facility for uploading photos.  We use this and it works!
You could also try http://www.fillthathole.com/ which is provided by CTC the national cycling charity.

Your Councillors

From May 7th 2015 Kingston Parish Council  has four Councillors. Three more will be co-opted at the Council meeting on May 21st . Please contact the Clerk before the meeting if you are interested in standing for co-option.  Councillors meet monthly, apart from August and December, on the third Thursday at 19.30h. in the Reading Room (see Community Amenities).

Eve White,Chair

01548 810289 white@wonwell.entadsl.com
Mervyn Freeman 01548 810070 burlock@btinternet.com
Hayley Jones 01548 810748 hayleyjones1983@live.co.uk
Alison Lewis01548 811234lewisalison12@hotmail.co.uk
Sally Richardson01548 810195sallyrchrdsn@gmail.com
Flo Watts01548 810019flowatts@btinternet.com


 Richard Hosking  ( Richard.hosking@Devon.gov.uk ) Devon County Councillor, and Lindsay Ward ( Cllr.LWard@southhams.gov.uk) South Hams District Councillor attend meetings and take an active interest in parish affairs.

Comments or Complaints

Any comments or complaints about the work of the Parish Council should initially be referred to the Chairman or the Parish Clerk, see contact details above. Where relevant, the Parish Council will handle complaints in accordance with NALC guidelines.

Village MapHow to Find Us

Much of Kingston's appeal lies in the fact that it is not easy to find. With its neighbours, Bigbury and Ringmore, it forms the "Bigbury Peninsula" and much of the parish boundary is taken up with picturesque, and in places spectacular, coastline and estuary views.

WARNING It's best not to rely on the satnav to find us. You could be taken down a very narrow single track road with very few passing places.