The centre is home to the following community services:



Princetown Library is one of fifty Devon libraries run by Libraries Unlimited. The stock is regularly rotated and there is easy access to books and other stock from across the county. There is free wifi and library computers with internet access that give access to online services such as ancestry and reference. We also offer printing services, in colour and black and white.

The library is well supported by local volunteers and there are often extra free craft sessions and Learn Devon workshops.

Opening hours are 2 – 4pm on Mondays, and 10am – 12pm on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

To contact the library, email, or call 01822 890370 during opening hours or 01822 612218 outside opening hours (Tavistock Library).


Doctor’s Surgery

Yelverton Surgery runs an open GP surgery available only to patients who live in Princetown on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays between 8.30am and 9.40am, on a rota basis for doctors.

There are four bookable appointments from 8:30am. Prescriptions for patients living in the Princetown area are also dispensed.

The Doctor Call Back Service is for all patients and is available each morning.

If you wish to arrange an appointment please contact Yelverton Surgery on 01822 852202.

For more details please see the Yelverton Surgery website.



Princetown Pre-School is a non-profit making pre-school based in the Community Centre. It is a purpose-built facility, offering a bright airy space with secure indoor and outdoor play areas and includes an integral kitchen and child-friendly toilet. The location is approved to take 25 children up to the age of five and is open 9am-3pm Monday to Friday during term time.

Please see the Pre-School website for details of fees and lunch options.

To arrange a visit or for any further details, call 01822 890348 during opening hours or email


Princetown FC

Established in 2012, Princetown Football Club currently have one mens adult team playing in Division 2 of the Plymouth and West Devon District League.

Home matches are played at Legend Park in Princetown, a brand new purpose-built pitch constructed in 2013, funded through grants from Sports England and Biffa.

Legend Park backs nicely onto Princetown Community Centre, and both home and away teams make use of the changing room and bar facilities within the community centre.

Princetown FC could not run without generous sponsorship from local business and are thankful for current sponsors The Prince of Wales Hotel, Metric Engineering Management and Moor Drains and GSP Solutions.

If you are interested in becoming involved with Princetown FC, as player, committee member or sponsor, please contact club Chairman Simon Beard on 07793 381707 or email