Welcome to the Bampton Town Council website

This site is primarily for Council business. If you would like to know a little more about the town and what is going on in the area please visit the Bampton Town Website.


Important Information

Devolution for Devon - read about it here and what it might mean for you: https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/UKDEVONCC/bulletins/3871072 



https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/UKDEVONCC/bulletins/397efff   Family Hubs launched - for families with children from 0 to 19, or up to aged 25 with any sort of speacial need.

 https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/UKDEVONCC/bulletins/395c46f  Help for families with the Household Support Fund - take a look.

Mid Devon District Council has launched a new community website, you can access the site at https://letstalk.middevon.gov.uk/ 

Police Liason Meeting in the LARC 
Man sitting next to police officer

“Officers from your local Neighbourhood Policing Team (Tiverton) will be holding a ‘Meet your local Police’ drop-in surgery at the LARC, Bampton, on Thursday 25th April 2024 from 2pm to 4pm. You are invited to drop in and meet your local officers. This is an opportunity for you to chat through any issues you may wish to discuss with the Police.”

From the police liaison meeting - more are to be arranged later in the year.


Emergency Alerts
The new Emergency Alerts service is now live. The system will enable people to be contacted via their mobile phone if their lives are at risk in an emergency. The service will be used to warn you about life-threatening emergencies such as severe flooding.


Emergency Alerts are messages sent to all compatible 4G and 5G mobile phones when there’s a danger to your life, health or property in the area you’re located. They don’t need your location or phone number. Only the government and the emergency services can send them. If you don’t have a mobile, you’ll still be kept informed through other channels.

If you get an Emergency Alert on your phone, you’ll hear a loud, siren-like sound. A message on your screen will tell you about the emergency and how best to respond. You’ll be able to check an alert is genuine at gov.uk/alerts

To learn more about Emergency Alerts, look out for the nationwide information campaign and visit gov.uk/alerts


FLY TIPPING - information and how you can report this - it is a crime, available here https://www.middevon.gov.uk/residents/environment/street-care/fly-tipping/




Flood plan for Residents


            THE NEXT COUNCIL MEETING WILL BE HELD ON MONDAY SEPTEMBER 2nd 2024, 7pm. Venue the LARC building.

Please note the change of day, now every first Monday of the month except if this is a bank holiday.

There are no meetings in August. 

Come and meet your District Councillors Rachel Gilmour or Chris Adcock between 6.30 and 6.45pm before the Council meeting.

Flash Flood Action Guide for Bampton both business and residents supplied by the Environment Agency


Agendas and Minutes

Agendas & Minutes

Community Information

Recreation & Leisure

Your Councillors

Your Councillors


There are now 3 defibrillators in Bampton town, all in unlocked boxes, registered with the Ambulance circuit and readily accessible should you need to find one.

The Community Hall, Station Road, EX16 9NG  Situated on the wall beside the main entrance door.

The Butchers Shop. Brook Street, EX16 9LU  On the wall facing the road, easily seen.

The Quarrymans Rest, Old Tiverton Road, EX16 9NG  On the wall facing the road, near the main entrance.