Belstone Village Community website (1,056)
Welcome to the Community Website for Belstone - a village on the northern edge of Dartmoor in Devon.
Bratton Clovelly (665)
Bratton Clovelly lies to the West of the Upper Reaches of Dartmoor. A delightful, small and quiet Farming Community in Central West Devon.
Bridestowe - Welcome (293)
Bridestowe is a village located within easy access of the Dartmoor National Park and is situated between Okehampton and Tavistock. The village has a number of stone and slate cottages, as well as a small amount of modern development. Bridestowe has it’s own village school, village stores and essentials Post Office, Parish Church, Methodist Chapel and Village Hall. Bridestowe is steeped in history and records date back to 1641 .
Dartmoor Towns & Villages (387)
Find the right village or town for a relaxing stay here on Dartmoor,
Welcome. This is a community web site for the villages of Exbourne and Jacobstowe in Devon, England.
GERMANSWEEK, or Week-St. Germans is a parish in Okehampton district, Devon; on an affluent of the river Tamar, 7½ miles north of Coryton.
Germansweek Parish Council Community Facebook page (134)
Germansweek Parish council serves the communities of Germansweek, Eworthy and their environs. It is the place to check on parish news, events and share photos.
Welcome ... this is a community web site for the market town of Hatherleigh in Devon, England.
Lydford Village (283)
The Village of Lydford lies in the western part of the County of Devonshire, in beautiful countryside ideal for walks and relaxation, within the Dartmoor National Park. It is on the former stage-coach road between the towns of Okehampton (about 12 km to the north) and Tavistock (about 9 km to the south).
Meeth Village (725)
Meeth lies above a bend in the River Torridge near the confluence with the Ockment. It was mentioned in the Domesday Book, so there was an established community before the Normans came. It is likely that Meeth was one of the early Christian communities in North Devon. Ancient records mention landowners by the names of Giffard and Fryes whose names live on in two farms within the parish.