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On behalf of Landkey Millennium Green Trust, Michael Gee was presented with the Landkey Community Shield for its contribution to the wellbeing of the community, especially during the Covid lockdowns. Richard Halliday (Chairman, Landkey PC) made the presentation at the Millennium Green's 21st birthday celebrations on 4th September 2021. Image courtesy of Charles Waldron 7th September 2021.
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In Brief

Find the Landkey Village Open Forum on:
Facebook logo

Next Event

Our next village event will be Family Service on 3rd October 2021 at 10:30 AM in St Paul's Church

Parish Council

Read the Parish Council Minutes of 4th August 2021

Community Information

MP Selaine Saxby

Mobile library timetable

Millennium Green

Latest News

LUC grants

Landkey organisations or individuals might be eligible for a grant through Landkey United Charities.

Shop / Post Office

Opening Times

Newsletter

Read the latest
Landkey Newsletter
here

Recent Images Highslide JS

On behalf of Landkey Millennium Green Trust, Michael Gee was presented with the Landkey Community Shield for its contribution to the wellbeing of the community, especially during the Covid lockdowns. Richard Halliday (Chairman, Landkey PC) made the presentation at the Millennium Green's 21st birthday celebrations on 4th September 2021. Image courtesy of Charles Waldron 7th September 2021.
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Landkey Millennium Green

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21st Sep 2021

Photographic Competition

PHOTOGRAPHS WANTED – Closing date 1st November 2021

We are launching a Photographic Competition as part of the Birthday Celebration as a way of furthering the Green’s use for informal recreation. In order to ‘integrate’ the Green into the rest of the Village we are inviting entrants to photograph the rest of the village as well as the Green. 

Entry categories: -adults (£75 prize) and children under 14 (£25 prize)

Entrants: People residing in the parish of Landkey

Rules of entry: Three photos to be submitted electronically to Liz Davis (Secretary). Subject to state– LMG Photos – with your name and indicating whether your entry is adult or child. All photographs to be taken in Landkey Parish, and at least one on the Millennium Green. All entries must be original work, taken by the entrant.

Judges: Two LMG Trustees plus Richard Halliday (Chairman of Parish Council).

Display: Winners will be displayed on LMG website.

Subsequent use of entries: LMG is a charity providing a free open space (and free photographic opportunities) for all. We would like to use entries for non-commercial publicising of the Green, (eg on the website), but we will not do this if entrants request it.

Notification of Results: Results will be notified by e-mail to the e-mail address of the entrant by 8th November.

Photos should be sent to me (Liz Davis) via the email link below.

27th Apr 2021

Ash Die-Back Disease

We have consulted with tree experts and the ash trees as seen from the Tarka Trail are currently safe but will need to be removed in the future.  Funding has been applied for this.

27th Apr 2021

Traditional Wildflower meadow

Greening the Green – Richer Wildlife

The original plans for the Green embraced a wildflower meadow and we wish to encourage wild flowers on the green. We are progressing this with help from RHS Rosemoor and applying for funding from the Lottery Community Fund.  It will be a gradual process to establish. The plan also includes enriching the hedgerows with varieties attractive to more wildlife and enriching the wetland habitat of the old leat.

6th Apr 2021

Memorial Book/Memorial Policy

Memorial Book/Memorial Policy

Over the years the Trust has been pleased to receive requests from families to plant trees or install a bench in memory of a loved one.  It is lovely that the Green is so enjoyed. There is a Memorial Book set up which allows identification of all current memorial trees.

However, to ensure the continued health of the trees currently planted, we have reached the maximum number of trees that can be sustained, and we would ask all future memorial trees be adopted from our current trees and entered in the Memorial Book.

We are happy to allow memorial benches on approval of type of bench and correct installation