Cullompton

Cullompton is a quiet country town positioned at junction 28 of the M5. Cullompton provides access to some of the prettiest villages in and around the Culm Valley.

Cullompton has a number of good quality restaurants with a wide variety on offer. The high street comes alive a few times a year celebrating a number of festivals across the town including SpringFest in April, Autumn food and drink fest in October and a Christmas Lights festival in December.

Cullompton’s Farmers’ Market is present in the high street the second Saturday of every month. This award winning market only selects producers within a 30 mile radius of Cullompton, ensuring fresh, local and authentic produce is always available.

It is home to a number of landmarks including the Walronds (a 1605 manor house), St Andrew’s Church , the Manor House (grade ll listed building) and the Community Association Fields.

Cullompton’s architecture along the high street makes you want to discover its heritage in this conservation area. The Town Trail (Cloth trade trail) allows you to follow its history throughout the town with leaflets available from the Town Council’s information point. There are a number of circular walks which start from the town and soon take you out enjoying the countryside.

For more information about Cullompton’s history follow the link http://www.cullomptontowncouncil.gov.uk/History_6658.aspx

Car parking is available at Station road.

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