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Our next village event will be Family Service on 1st September 2019 at 10:30 AM in St Paul's Church


Mazzard Watch
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The fruit on the mazzards on the Millennium Green is very plentiful this year, possibly as a result of the profusion of blossom in April, and is now ripening. The fruit is very tasty!

Charles Waldron 6th July 2019


Read the Parish Council Minutes of 5th June 2019


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A colourful display of vintage tractors including Massey Fergusons, Internationals and Fordsons attracted the attention of many visitors to the Landkey Show on 27th July 2019. Here, Ella and Christian Delacour are pictured in front of their Nuffield which dates, probably, from the 1950s. Image courtesy of Charles Waldron 27th July 2019.
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In Brief


Find the Landkey Village Open Forum on:

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In Brief


Our next village event will be Family Service on 1st September 2019 at 10:30 AM in St Paul's Church


Mazzard Watch
(Click or tap on image..)

Highslide JS
The fruit on the mazzards on the Millennium Green is very plentiful this year, possibly as a result of the profusion of blossom in April, and is now ripening. The fruit is very tasty!

Charles Waldron 6th July 2019


Read the Parish Council Minutes of 5th June 2019


Shop / Post Office:

Opening Times
From 1st January 2018


Read the latest
Landkey Newsletter
here

Recent Images Highslide JS
A colourful display of vintage tractors including Massey Fergusons, Internationals and Fordsons attracted the attention of many visitors to the Landkey Show on 27th July 2019. Here, Ella and Christian Delacour are pictured in front of their Nuffield which dates, probably, from the 1950s. Image courtesy of Charles Waldron 27th July 2019.
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About Landkey

Our Village

With a population of approximately 2000, Landkey is primarily a residential village from where many residents travel daily to work in Barnstaple and its surrounding areas.

The village does, though, support a number of businesses including the Post Office, Nearbuy convenience shop, the Castle Pub and Ladybirds Day Nursery all located in the main street, Blakeshill Road.

Landkey Primary School has 168 pupils recorded on its roll and was rated "Outstanding" by Ofsted at its 2011 inspection. It is located in Bakery Way, just off Manor Road at the western end of the village.

A little further along Manor Road, St Paul's Church may be found where Anglican services are held almost every Sunday. Its congregation of around 40 is friendly and welcomes anyone who would like to join them for worship.

Our village hall is available for hire and is situated close to the free car park off Blakeshill Road. Fuller details are given on our Village Hall pages.

A full-size level football pitch is located on the Millennium Green together with changing facilities. An additional football field is located between the Green and Tanners Road where a children's play area is also situated.