The Harbertonford Community Ltd

Working for over 1000 households


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Our Aims and Objectives

What we will be working to achieve:

Shop and Post Office

Maintain and develop the shop and PO as a community hub, connecting with residents and visitors and supporting our village halls, local clubs and societies.

Community

Provide employment, and continuity for existing staff, and to work with the community to create new jobs, volunteer and training opportunities, and funding for local projects.

Environment

Support local traders and suppliers to improve sustainability and reduce ‘food miles’, reduce waste and promote and support environmentally beneficial initiatives.

Support

Support and assist socially isolated and less mobile residents.

Harbertonford circa 1913.

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Projects

Community Shop

Bringing the shop and post-office into community ownership.

Playpark

Supporting the upgrade of the playpark and plant fruit trees.

Road Safety

Working to make the A381 through the village of Harbertonford safer.

THANK YOU!

For all the help, support and guidance we would like to thank:

Our Parish Councils:
  • Harberton & Harbertonford
  • Ashprington & Tuckenhay
  • Cornworthy
  • Halwell & Moreleigh

Contact

Leave a message:

THCL
Lyndhurst
Woodcourt Road, Harbertonford
TQ9 7TY


Phone: 01803 732117

Images from around the area

Updates every week. Last update on: 16 May 2022

Pond, Harberton (close to TQ9 7SW)
  © Copyright Derek Harper
Farmland near Brockhills (close to TQ9 7PS)
  © Copyright Derek Harper
Cottages in Cornworthy (close to TQ9 7HW)
  © Copyright Derek Harper
Road sign, Dittisham (close to TQ6 0EU)
  © Copyright N Chadwick
Bow Creek (close to TQ9 7ET)
  © Copyright Derek Harper
Road to Dittisham (close to TQ6 0HP)
  © Copyright N Chadwick
Field at Harberton (close to TQ9 7UG)
  © Copyright Derek Harper
Sheep pasture near Hernaford Cross (close to TQ9 7HY)
  © Copyright Derek Harper
Hillside above Coronation Cross (close to TQ9 7EQ)
  © Copyright Robin Stott
Harberton from the north (close to TQ9 7UG)
  © Copyright Derek Harper
Hillside pasture west of Luscombe (close to TQ9 7EF)
  © Copyright Derek Harper
Field west of Luscombe (close to TQ9 7EF)
  © Copyright Derek Harper
Middle Luscombe (close to TQ9 7EF)
  © Copyright Derek Harper
Church Green at the centre of Harbertonford (close to TQ9 7TN)
  © Copyright David Smith
Chimneypot at Dittisham (close to TQ6 0ES)
  © Copyright Gerald Massey
Mulberry House, Dittisham (close to TQ6 0ES)
  © Copyright N Chadwick
Harbertonford (close to TQ9 7HY)
  © Copyright Derek Harper
Chimneypots at Dittisham (close to TQ6 0EU)
  © Copyright Gerald Massey
Houses at Bow Creek (close to TQ9 7ET)
  © Copyright Nigel Mykura
A quiet corner of Dittisham (close to TQ6 0EU)
  © Copyright Simon Palmer

Harbertonford Shop circa 1960.

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