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Plympton

Plympton is an ancient Stannary town, an important trading centre in the past for locally mined tin and, until the River Plym silted up, a seaport, at which point trade moved down river to Plymouth.

The town is actually older than Plymouth...

Church Street, Modbury

Dating from the eighth century and located within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty the small market town of Modbury, some 12 miles to the east of Plymouth and about 5 miles from the South Devon coast, lies surrounded by rolling...

Dartmouth, Devon

Boasting a busy and historic town centre, resplendent with many attractions, along with shops, galleries and restaurants, Dartmouth is amongst the most popular and picturesque tourist destinations in Devon.

Set on the banks of the River...

Aveton Gifford

Standing at the head on the Avon estuary, about three miles inland from the coast, the village lies with the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with many former farm buildings now converted to residential usage.

Newton Abbot

Standing at the head of the Teign Estuary and as home to the South Devon Railway locomotive works, the historic market town of Newton Abbot grew rapidly during the Victorian era and still enjoys a strategic position on the main railway line to...

Kingskerswell War Memorial

Until December 2015 when the South Devon Highway was opened the village, straddling the A380 between Newton Abbot and Torquay, was effectively divided by a continuous stream of heavy traffic, with more than 35,000 vehicles passing through each...

South Brent

South Brent lies on the River Avon just to the west of the A38 Devon Expressway, and nestles within the eastern foothills of Dartmoor, five miles north east of Ivybridge, six miles west of Totnes and seven miles south south-west of Ashburton.

Fore Street, Ivybridge
Lying about nine miles to the east of Plymouth, beside the A38 Devon Expressway and at the southern end of Dartmoor, Ivybridge is the largest town in the South Hams. Billing itself as ‘The Gateway to the Moors’, its name comes from the bridge over...

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