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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...

Salcombe

Located within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the steep western bank of the Kingsbridge Estuary, the town owes its success to its extensive waterfront and naturally sheltered harbour. Initially a shipbuilding and sailing...

Holbeton Primary School

This picturesque Devon Village of the Year 2003 stands to the west of the Erme estuary, less than four miles south west of Modbury and some nine miles east of Plymouth. With its mix of small thatched and stone cottages, primary school, village...

Brixham

Still one of the busiest fishing ports in the UK, Brixham remains a working town. Originally two separate communities, with Cowtown at the top of the hill being where farmers lived and Fishtown, at the bottom, where the seamen lived. The two were...

Dittisham

This small, largely unspoilt and photogenic riverside settlement lies in a steep wooded valley on the banks of the River Dart, approximately two miles upstream from Dartmouth, well-sheltered from the prevailing south westerly winds.

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.

Ermington

The village occupies a steeply sloping site on the south-east facing side of the Erme valley a mile or so closer to Dartmoor in the north than the sea four miles to its south.

Paignton Pier

Together with Torquay, the compact seaside resort of Paignton is part of the English Riviera and one of the main holiday resorts of South Devon, boasting a mild climate, promenade, traditional pier, colourful beach huts and Paignton Green.

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