This site is currently being updated - February 2012
Welcome to Chivelstone Parish Website
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The coastal parish of Chivelstone, which is the most southerly tip of Devon, in the South Hams, covers 10 square kilometres. The area has many special designations, including: Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Coastal Preservation Area, Heritage Coast, Site of Special Scientific Interest and Conservation Areas.
The parish has 220 households (104 being second or holiday homes) the majority being in the hamlet of East Prawle. Here there are two Public Houses, a Shop with a café and the Parish Community Hall. (Correct September 2005)
The Church of England Parish Church, St. Sylvester’s is situated in the small hamlet of Chivelstone.
Ford, South Allington and Lannacombe make up the other settlements of the parish.
This is a photo of the original K6 BT Phone Box on the site from which it was removed on the Evening of Wednesday 8th October 2008.