Businesses

The Parish Council is committed to supporting businesses in Ide, and we are grateful to our sponsors for making this site possible with their continuing support.

Advertising cost : £15 per year. Please contact us if you would like to advertise. There is information about more advertising options at the bottom of this page.

Hats A Head

If you need a wedding hat, the Queen’s Garden Party or just to make you feel good contact Janet Williams at http://www.hatsahead.com.

Janet has been making hats and teaching millinery for almost 35 years. She frequently gives talks and demonstrations to community groups throughout the West country.

A variety of Millinery Classes are held at 2 Cobbe House, Station Road, Ide, Exeter EX2 9RS,

Tel: 01392 759754 or 07855 833345

Twisted Oak

Food is served all day from 10AM till 9PM with a Carvery every Sunday starting at 12 noon. They hope that you can join them on the re-opening of The Twisted Oak.

http://www.thetwistedoak.co.uk
Tel: 01392 273666

Shillingford Organics

Online Farm Shop for Local People

As well as Organic Vegetables and Organic Veg Boxes, we sell a great range of local and ethically sourced products. We only deliver in the Exeter and Teign Valley and do not charge for delivery charge. If we can’t deliver to you direct we will search to find the nearest collection point.Check us out

www.shillingfordorganics.co.uk
Tel: 01392 832729

Exeter Sewing Machine Company

We are an independent business selling all brands of sewing machine, specialising in Bernina, Brother, Husqvarna-Viking and Janome. We also carry embroidery machines and embroidery software for our four main brands. Our range of overlockers includes Babylock.

7 Heavitree Road
Tel: 01392 275660
www.exetersewing.co.uk

 

Advertising in Ide

Local businesses can advertise on the Ide Parish council web site.
Visit http://idevillage.org.uk/about/businesses/ and you can see our advertisers in the slide show on the right hand side of every page. The cost is £15 per year and the site attracts around 150 visits per month. You need to provide an image, a short paragraph of supporting text similar to the existing adverts, including your contact details, a URL to visit when users click on your advert and a name and address for invoicing. Contact Andy Swain:  andy.swain.council@gmail.com  to arrange this.
Laura Bell (lauraanddoug.bell@btinternet.com) handles the adverts in the Ide Times magazine, published monthly and delivered free to all houses in Ide. Most businesses advertise for a year and the majority of ads run June to May. Last year the cost was £35 pa.
There is a village hall notice board outside the hall and community shop.The charges for the Shop notice boards are £1 a month for private advertisers and £2 a month for businesses.  The maximum size is A4. No charge for adverts for “local Events” but space is limited and we do our best to fit them in.