Contacting the Police in a non-emergency

With the current restrictions in place, Devon & Cornwall Police are seeing an increased demand with reports and concerns Poster containing details of all the different methods of contacting the police in a non-emergencyaround Covid 19 breaches.

The force offers many ways for people to contact them in a non-emergency should they need help.

To make sure communities receive the best service please follow these simple steps when contacting the police:

  1. Are you wanting to report a breach of Covid 19 restrictions?
    If you are reporting a breach of restrictions then you can do this using the national reporting form on the website –
  2. AskNED – the non-emergency directory
    Need to ask a question but not sure who to ask for help, then AskNED –  
  3. Go online –
    On the website you can find the answers to many of the questions people ask when calling the police plus lots of helpful information and advice.
  4. Report Crime Online
    If you need to report a crime or tell the police something, then why not report online using WebChat or the Crime Reporting Form.  Alternatively, you can email
  5. Call – 101 Non-emergency number

Remember in an emergency, always call 999.

A poster has been created to help people understand the different ways to contact the police – please feel free to share this with your friends, family and colleagues, or print the poster and display in your community. To download the poster please visit this website.

If you are wanting specific advice on current restrictions, please visit the FAQs section on the police website which provides all the latest information and advice.

Coronavirus: Helpful information

Advice and Guidelines

Please follow the government’s advice and only go out:

  • To buy food or medicine
  • To attend health appointments
  • For essential work that cannot be done at home.

If you are out, make sure you stay two metres away from other people and wash your hands as soon as you get home.

For the latest information go to

You can sign up to receive Devon County Council’s Covid-19 newsletter at or visit their coronavirus web pages

Use of Hearn Field during Coronavirus

We want to ensure that Parishioners continue to enjoy the the splendour of Hearn Field. Please help us to do so by following these guidelines.

Local Grocery Delivery Services

Physical and Mental Wellbeing During Corinavirus

5th November Bonfire and Fireworks Spectacular

Firework display against a dark blue evening sky with reflection over a lake


Come to the Hearn Field to enjoy another spectacular evening of fireworks set against the beautiful backdrop of the River Teign.  The bonfire will be lit at 6.15 and there will be hot food on sale.  There will be a licensed bar  serving mulled wine, beer and red and white wine.  Teas, Coffees and squashes will also be available.

Doors open at 5.30 pm, bonfire lighting 6.15 pm, fireworks 6.45 pm.

Ticket sales are strictly limited by our licence, and there will be no tickets available on the door.  Once they are gone, they are gone! Tickers can be purchased in advance at See Tickets via this link.

Sorry, we cannot take payment on the door.

Adult: £5.00*    Child (under 16): £3.00*    Child (under 2): Free

*A small booking fee will be applied

Parking available in Hearn Field itself (please do not park in Coombe Cellars car park unless you intent giving them your patronage).

A perfect evening for A Perfect World


A picture of 4 of the actors on stage performing a play called The Perfect World

On Saturday 13th July, over 200 people joined us in the beautiful surroundings of Hearn Field for this summers Miracle Theatre production of A Perfect World. And what a perfect evening it was; many thanks to all of you who supported the event.

A Perfect World told the story of a feisty young woman as she ventured into a ‘Boy’s Own’ world of undiscovered jungles, treasure maps, campfires and penknives. Leading her team of quarrelsome explorers she stumbled into a bountiful paradise, whose inhabitants seemed entirely peaceful, productive and fulfilled.

A photo of 5 actors on stage performing a play called The Perfect World with the River Teign in the background


Annual Parish Council Meeting

A photo of 4 local residents celebrating the opening of The Wood Shed, the new bar facility in Hearn Field Pavilion.Many thanks to all of you who joined us at this years Annual Parish Council Meeting at Hearn Field Pavilion on Friday 17th May.

The evening was a celebration of our wonderful volunteers who support us and our parish activities. We heard from Tim Boarer, Chairman of the Parish Council, who updated us on the Council members and their responsibilities. Councillor Evans unveiled the new Parish Council website and Lizzie Dean, Chairman of Hearn Field, officially launched The Wood Shed: the new bar facilities at the Pavilion and shared details of all the great activities that have taken place at Hearn Field over the last year. Last but not least, Andra Johnstone, Chairman of the Combeinteignhead Village Hall committee, talked about what’s been going on at the village hall, upcoming events and, importantly, the appeal to raise money to replace the village hall roof.

To view a copy of the presentation, please click here.