Cullompton & The Culm Valley

St Disens Church, Bradninch

St Disens Church

Culmstock Beacon

Culmstock Beacon

Cullompton & The Culm Valley

Cullompton is a beautiful countryside town packed with heritage.

Set within the tranquil Culm Valley, close to Exeter and surrounded by countryside, Cullompton is the ideal holiday location to escape into peaceful surroundings, get back to nature and explore the wonderful rural setting and wildlife of Mid Devon.

Delicious local goods can be purchased from friendly knowledgeable producers at the town’s award-winning farmer’s market.

Cullompton is also the gateway to the Culm Valley and Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, including stunning views from the Elizabethan Culmstock Beacon. Honeycombed with footpaths, bridleways, and cycle trails, this is wonderful countryside to explore at your leisure.

Follow a Heritage Trail to discover the town’s role in the cloth trade including the fine 15th century St Andrew’s Church, almshouses, the old Bull Ring and the Leat Walk, offering you peaceful parkland. National Trust’s Killerton House, with its beautiful gardens, is just a few miles away. Links to the wool trade continue in Uffculme where you will find more evidence of the area’s fascinating heritage at Coldharbour Mill.

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Willand

Willand is a parish and village in the picturesque Culm valley near to the Blackdown Hills AONB.  The village is just off the B3181 (the old A38), with Tiverton Parkway railway station just a couple of miles away and easily accessed from both junctions 27 and 28 of the M5.

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  • Towns and Villages

Uffculme

Uffculme is a village and civil parish situated in the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  Set on the B3440, close to the M5 motorway and the Bristol–Exeter railway line, Uffculme is on the upper reaches of the River Culm.

Coldharbour Mill is a popular tourist attraction, with its working wool museum exhibits, as are the scenic old railway and riverside walks.

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  • Towns and Villages

Hemyock

Hemyock is a parish situated on the River Culm, in the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).  The village of Hemyock is the largest within the Blackdown Hills region and has a long history with prehistoric remains discovered that date back to 100BC.  In the middle ages, the village thrived on producing iron using local iron ore and furnaces (bloomeries).  Historic buildings include a church that dates back to the Norman times, a medieval castle, an Elizabethan Chapel at Culm Davy and a pub that dates back to at least 1740.  A stunning ornate Victorian water pump takes pride of place in the centre of the village.

The parish is surrounded by picturesque scenery offering an array of tranquil countryside landscape with valleys, springs and woodland.

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  • Towns and Villages

Culmstock

Culmstock (meaning Farm on the River Culm) is both a village and a parish located on the border with Somerset.  A large part of the parish lies within the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with walks to Culmstock Beacon and Wellington Monument.

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  • Towns and Villages

Hembury Fort

Hembury Fort is a Scheduled Monument (No. 29660) and survives in exceptionally good condition with well defined circuit of defences surrounding the entire monument.

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  • Dog Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Open All Year
  • Parking
  • Viewpoint

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  • Historic Monument
  • Outdoor
  • Walking

Wellington Monument

Situated on the Blackdown Hills, Wellington Monument has panoramic views over the Somerset countryside. There are picturesque walks around the monument and through the tree lined avenue, or just enjoy a picnic.

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  • Dog Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Free Entry
  • Parking
  • Viewpoint

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  • Historic Monument
  • Outdoor
  • Picnic Spot
  • Walking
  • Viewpoint

Bradninch

Bradninch is an historic town lying just off the B3181, approximately 3 miles southwest of Cullompton and Junction 28 of the M5 motorway. Bradninch has close links with royalty through the Duchy of Cornwall. Bradninch is also on the American Heritage Trail as the birthplace of Daniel Boone's father.

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  • Towns and Villages

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.

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  • Towns and Villages

The Walronds Garden

  In the centre of the market town of Cullompton is this impressive historic house, fronting onto Fore Street and with a large garden to the rear open for the public to enjoy all year round.  

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  • Heritage & Culture
  • Houses and Gardens

St Andrew's Church

St Andrew’s Church is regarded as one of the finest parish churches in England and recorded by Simon Jenkins in his book “England’s Thousand Best Churches” (Penguin 1999) as one of the thousand best churches in the country. The Church is particularly distinguished by four main architectural features: The main nave and chancel ceiling, The […]

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  • Family Friendly
  • Free Entry
  • Open All Year
  • Parking

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  • Indoor
  • Place of Interest
  • Heritage & Culture

Culmstock Beacon

High on the southwest point of Blackdown Common is Culmstock Beacon. It is one of a chain of Elizabethan beacons used for lighting fires to warn of advancing enemies, for example, The Spanish Armada. The beehive-shaped structure was built of flint. It was rebuilt in 1870 after the collapse of the earlier one. Culmstock Beacon […]

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  • Dog Friendly
  • Free Entry
  • Open All Year
  • Viewpoint

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  • Viewpoint

Coldharbour Mill Factory & Museum

Coldharbour Mill is one of the oldest woollen mills in the UK having been in continuous production since 1797. Originally owned by world-renowned textile producers Fox Brothers, the Mill took fleece from all over the world and transformed it into yarn, cloth and textiles. Today the rich heritage lives on as one of the finest working wool museums where visitors are not just able to relive the sights and sounds of the industrial revolution but also see crafts men and women making traditional textiles, beautiful knitting yarn and hand woven rugs.

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  • Price Adults - £13.20, Concessions (60+) - £12.10, Children (5-16) - £7.15, Children under 5 - Free, Family Day Ticket £34.65. See website for full admission information.
  • Address Coldharbour Mill, Uffculme, Cullompton, Devon EX15 3EE
  • Opening times From 31st March 2020 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays (10.30 am – 4.00 pm) Plus pre-booked groups and school visits.
  • Website linkwww.coldharbourmill.org.uk
  • Phone number 01884 840960
  • Email info@coldharbourmill.org.uk

Facilities

  • Accessible/Wheelchair Friendly
  • Café / Restaurant On Site
  • Dog Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Parking
  • Toilets
  • Wifi

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  • Outdoor
  • Indoor
  • Other
  • Attraction
  • Café
  • Heritage & Culture

Dunkeswell Heritage Centre

See our unique Photographic Archive of life on the only WW2 US Naval Air Base in Europe. Including photographs of U boats being attacked and sunk! Plus our authentic replica uniforms, films, artefacts, mission narratives models, dioramas, WW2 memorabilia and archive film of the airfield. 

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  • Price Admission by donation
  • Address Dunkeswell Airfield, Dunkeswell, Devon EX14 4LG
  • Opening times Open Good Friday - the last Sunday in October. Thursday - Saturday 11.00 - 16.00 plus Bank Holidays. Airfield tours available by appointment.
  • Website linkwww.southwestairfields.co.uk
  • Phone number 07778857722
  • Email info@southwestairfields.co.uk

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  • Accessible/Wheelchair Friendly
  • Café / Restaurant On Site
  • Dog Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Free Entry
  • Parking

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  • Outdoor
  • Indoor
  • Walking
  • Heritage & Culture

WW2 Nissen Hut & Upottery Airfield Heritage Centre

If you like history you must come and visit, the WW2 Nissen Hut and Upottery Airfield Heritage Centre in the village of Smeatharpe near Upottery. The centre commemorates the role the Airfield played during the Normandy landings and really is a well worth a visit.

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  • Price Admission by donation
  • Address Cherryhayes Farm, Slough Lane, Smeatharpe, Devon EX14 9RD
  • Opening times Open Good Friday - the last Sunday in October Thursday - Sunday & Bank Holidays: 11.00 - 16.00
  • Website linkwww.southwestairfields.co.uk
  • Phone number 07778857722
  • Email info@southwestairfields.co.uk

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  • Accessible/Wheelchair Friendly
  • Café / Restaurant On Site
  • Dog Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Free Entry
  • Parking
  • Toilets

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  • Outdoor
  • Indoor
  • Walking
  • Other
  • Attraction
  • Heritage & Culture

The Bear Trail

The Bear Trail is Devon's muddiest family assault course. 30 obstacles, unlimited mud! An award-winning outdoor family attraction, the Bear Trail has been designed for families to create memories that last a lifetime.

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  • Price Over 1 metre - £8.25, Under 1 metre - £5.25, Family ticket - £30.75, Concessions - £4.95, Under 2s - Free. For full details and online advance discounts visit the website.
  • Address Westcott, Cullompton, Devon EX15 1SA
  • Opening times Weekends and every day in school holidays 10am - 5pm Closed November - Mid February
  • Website linkwww.thebeartrail.co.uk
  • Phone number 01392 881780
  • Email info@thebeartrail.co.uk

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  • Café / Restaurant On Site
  • Dog Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Games / Play Area
  • Leisure Facilities
  • Parking
  • Toilets

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  • Autism Friendly
  • Outdoor
  • Get Outdoors
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Activity & Adventure

Lundy Island

Lundy Island lies in the Bristol Channel approximately 11 miles from the coast of North Devon, three miles long and half a mile wide.
It is a place of outstanding natural beauty, the simple pleasure of  just relaxing on this remote and tranquil island or adventuring out to take in the breathtaking views with the gentle pursuit of bird watching or walking.

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  • Address The Lundy Shore Office, The Quay, Bideford, North Devon EX39 2EY
  • Opening times 31st March to 23rd October
  • Website linkwww.lundyisland.co.uk
  • Phone number 01271 863636
  • Email info@lundyisland.co.uk

Facilities

  • Accessible/Wheelchair Friendly
  • Bar
  • Café / Restaurant On Site
  • Family Friendly
  • Toilets
  • Viewpoint

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  • Attraction
  • Self-Catering
  • Nature and Wildlife
  • Heritage & Culture

Exe Valley Brewery

Brewers of traditional cask and bottled beers, Exe Valley Brewery is a Mid Devon based micro-brewery that produces a range of quality, prize-winning, craft beers. They can also be found at a number of other local events with their pop-up bar, including Devon County Show, Mid Devon Show, Electric Nights Streetfood and Silverton Street Market. Visit our What's On section for the latest events.

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  • Address Exe Valley Brewery, Silverton, Exeter, EX5 4HF
  • Opening times Brewery is open for specific events or their pop-up bar can be found at many local events
  • Website linkwww.exevalleybrewery.co.uk
  • Phone number 01392 860406
  • Email info@exevalleybrewery.co.uk

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  • Brewery
  • Local Produce
  • Events

Cullompton Farmers' Market

Shop like a local and visit Cullompton Farmers’ Market, held on the second Saturday each month (usually from 9.30am to 12.30pm). Every month, come rain or shine, approximately 20 top producers from within a 30 mile radius of the town come and sell their produce. Visit our What's On section to see dates for upcoming Market events.

Find organic and free range meat (from lamb to alpaca, from venison to pork), fresh eggs, fine bakery products, luxury cheeses, handmade juices, smoothies and ciders as well as jams, spices and preserves. Beautiful flowers and plants, tactile lambswool and scrumptious cakes, brownies, fudges and chocolates. We continually encourage new producers to join us and offer seasonal changes throughout the year. Refreshments and hot food are also available, and can be enjoyed whilst sitting and chatting amongst friends and the producers, who are more than willing to talk to you about their produce and often pass on tips and recipe ideas.

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  • Accessible/Wheelchair Friendly
  • Café / Restaurant On Site
  • Dog Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Free Entry
  • Open All Year

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  • Markets
  • Farmers' Market

Glasshouse Cafe

The Glasshouse Cafe is a warm relaxed and welcoming cafe serving awesome speciality coffee and yummy lunches, with the ease of parking on site. The glasshouse is conveniently located at the front the the Culm Valley Integrated Centre for Health in Cullompton. Do come and visit soon! polly@theglasshouse.cafe 

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  • Address Willand Road, Cullompton, Devon. EX15 1FE
  • Opening times Monday - Friday: 9.30am - 5pm Weekends: Closed
  • Website linkwww.theglasshouse.cafe

Facilities

  • Dog Friendly
  • Parking

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  • Take-Away
  • Café

Blackdown Yurts

Discover nature in Mid Devon’s hidden valley on a unique adventure at our award-winning glamping site. Our four authentic Mongolian yurts provide a colourful and restful retreat from busy modern life.

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  • Address Blackdown Yurts, Blackborough, Cullompton, Devon. EX15 2HW
  • Website linkwww.blackdownyurts.co.uk
  • Phone number 01884 266699
  • Email info@blackdownyurts.co.uk

Facilities

  • Accessible/Wheelchair Friendly
  • Dog Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Parking

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  • Eco Friendly
  • Cycling
  • Walking
  • Guest Accommodation
  • Accommodation
  • Glamping
  • Camping

Halsbeer Farm

Our complex of four lovingly restored thatched holiday cottages will make a wonderful home from home for your family or friends in the heart of Devon’s beautiful rural countryside. Sleeping up to 22 in total (in a seven, two sixes and a three), the fully-equipped self-catering accommodation also benefits from a heated indoor swimming pool, games room, playground and conservatory overlooking a delightful duckpond.

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  • Address Halsbeer Farm, Blackborough, Cullompton. EX15 2HW
  • Website linkwww.halsbeerfarm.co.uk
  • Phone number 01884 266699
  • Email info@halsbeerfarm.co.uk

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  • Accessible/Wheelchair Friendly
  • Dog Friendly
  • E Car Charging
  • Family Friendly
  • Games / Play Area
  • Leisure Facilities
  • Parking
  • Wifi

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  • Eco Friendly
  • Events

Hesperus Lodge

Hesperus Lodge is in the most beautiful rural setting ensuring a peaceful and relaxing break. Situated beside the River Tone on the Somerset-Devon border, Hesperus Lodge is in the grounds of Hesperus Cottage in a tiny hamlet called Tracebridge. Although it is only 5 miles from the M5, it offers many country walks and an abundance of wildlife.

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  • Address Hesperus Lodge, Tracebridge, Wellington, Somerset TA21 0HG
  • Opening times 7 days a week 0900-2200 Book via the website or Booking.com
  • Website linkwww.hesperuslodge.com
  • Phone number 01823 673320
  • Email bookings@hesperuslodge.com

Facilities

  • Family Friendly
  • Open All Year
  • Parking
  • Toilets
  • Viewpoint

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  • Autism Friendly
  • Walking
  • Accommodation
  • Self-Catering
  • Nature and Wildlife

Pitfield Apartments

Pitfield Apartments are luxury self-catering apartments with access to an indoor heated pool. Set in the quiet neighborhood of Willand Old Village. Lots to do for young and old.

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  • Address Pitfield Apartments, Pitfield House, Willand Old Village EX15 2RL
  • Website linkwww.pitfieldapartments.co.uk
  • Phone number 07887724754
  • Email pitfieldapartments@gmail.com

Facilities

  • Family Friendly
  • Leisure Facilities
  • Open All Year
  • Toilets
  • Wifi

Features

  • Accommodation
  • Luxury
  • Self-Catering

Pound Farm Holidays

Welcome to Pound Farm Holidays. Our 2-bedroom wooden bespoke Lodge is light and contemporary, sleeping up to 6 guest and is Situated on its own within its own secure grounds. An idyllic setting overlooking the tranquil Devon countryside with a stream meandering through the valley at the bottom of the field.

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  • Address Pound Farm Holidays, Pound Farm, Butterleigh, Cullompton, Devon. EX15 1PH
  • Website linkwww.poundfarmholidays.co.uk
  • Phone number 01884 855208
  • Email poundfarmholidays@btconnect.com

Facilities

  • Dog Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Open All Year
  • Parking
  • Toilets
  • Viewpoint

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  • Autism Friendly
  • Cycling
  • Walking
  • Luxury
  • Self-Catering

Leafy Fields Glamping

Luxury Boutique Glamping, giving children freedom to roam and explore while parents relax. Our luxury glamping site can be found on Ingleton Farm, our 2 acre small holding near the pretty village of Ashill, next to a working dairy farm on the edge on the Blackdown Hills.

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  • Price From £260 per night
  • Address Leafy Fields Glamping, Ingleton Farm, Ashill Moor, Devon. EX15 3NP
  • Website linkwww.leafyfieldsglamping.com
  • Phone number 07842 320981
  • Email leafyfieldsglamping@yahoo.com

Facilities

  • Dog Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Games / Play Area
  • Open All Year
  • Parking
  • Toilets
  • Viewpoint

Features

  • Eco Friendly
  • Autism Friendly
  • Walking
  • Glamping
  • Luxury

Luggs Barn

Situated in the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Luggs Barn is ideally placed for visiting Devon's numerous attractions as well as both coastlines.

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  • Address Luggs Barn, Culm Davy, Hemyock, Devon. EX15 3UP
  • Website linkwww.luggsbarn.co.uk
  • Phone number 07719 709937
  • Email info@luggsbarn.co.uk

Facilities

  • Dog Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Parking
  • Wifi

Features

  • Cycling
  • Walking
  • Holiday Let
  • Self-Catering
  • Weddings
  • Nature and Wildlife
  • Health and Wellbeing

Old Bridwell

6 beautifully converted holiday cottages and the original Farmhouse in the small gated historic hamlet of Old Bridwell, set in 3 acres of private grounds alongside the 100 acre Bridwell Park Estate all within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. A relaxing retreat with many walks, cycle routes and country pubs nearby. Only 5 minutes […]

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  • Address Bridwell Avenue, Uffculme, Devon. EX15 3BU
  • Website linkwww.oldbridwell.co.uk
  • Phone number 01884 824320
  • Email stay@oldbridwell.co.uk

Facilities

  • Dog Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Parking
  • Wifi

Features

  • Self-Catering

South Farm Holiday Cottages

Nestled in the beautiful Blackdown Hills, we offer eight self-catering cottages with 1-5 bedrooms as well as a large farmhouse with its own hot tub. South Farm is an idyllic family destination within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty close to Exmoor and Dartmoor. All guests at South Farm can enjoy stunning views and share the wonderful facilities with free fishing open all year.

Information

  • Address South Farm Holiday Cottages, Blackborough, Cullompton, Devon. EX15 2JE
  • Website linkwww.southfarm.co.uk
  • Phone number 01823 681078
  • Email info@southfarm.co.uk

Facilities

  • Accessible/Wheelchair Friendly
  • Dog Friendly
  • Leisure Facilities
  • Parking
  • Wifi

Features

  • Fishing
  • Self-Catering

Ashculm Turbary

This wet and wild nature reserve provides rich rewards for visitors prepared to take their time and who don't mind a bit of mud!

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Facilities

  • Dog Friendly
  • Free Entry
  • Open All Year

Features

  • Outdoor
  • Place of Interest
  • Walking
  • Nature and Wildlife

Bishopswood Meadows

Bishopswood Meadows is a Somerset Wildlife Trust nature reserve on the site of a 19th-century lime quarry. Lime-rich grassland, marshy meadows and the River Yarty mean that this site attracts an interesting range of species.

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Facilities

  • Dog Friendly
  • Free Entry

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  • Outdoor
  • Place of Interest
  • Nature and Wildlife

Blackborough Wood

Blackborough is a Woodland Welcome Wood. A large forestry woodland with some ancient beech boundaries on the top of Blackborough Hill, with many paths to explore and lots of room to lose yourself - in more ways than one! Can you find your way to the ruined tower?
(Image courtesy of Martin Bodman / Kentisbeare: Forestry Commission, Blackborough / CC BY-SA 2.0)

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  • Outdoor
  • Place of Interest
  • Walking

Blackdown and Sampford Commons

Blackdown and Sampford Commons is a biological Site of Special Scientific Interest covering a large area (155 hectares) in the north west of the Blackdown Hills AONB. They contain a range of habitats including a large area of dry heath, carr woodland, springline mire and marshy grassland. The area is particularly stunning in the late summer when the heather is in bloom.

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Facilities

  • Dog Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Free Entry
  • Viewpoint

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  • Outdoor
  • Place of Interest
  • Walking
  • Viewpoint
  • Nature and Wildlife

Brimley Hill Mire

A mire is an area of swampy or boggy ground; Brimley Hill is a delightful spring-line mire site hidden away on the Blackdown Hills surrounded by woodland.

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Facilities

  • Dog Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Free Entry

Features

  • Outdoor
  • Place of Interest
  • Walking

Cullompton Community Association Fields (CCA)

The 32 acres of open fields are a perfect spot for dog walking, picnics, wildlife or fairy spotting in Jubilee woods. Within the beautiful countryside there is a fenced play area and path which follows the river Culm. The fields are home to many outside events including classic car shows, dog shows, festivals and fairs […]

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  • Parking

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  • Parks and Play Areas
  • Outdoor
  • Place of Interest
  • Nature and Wildlife
  • Activity & Adventure

Hembury Fort

Hembury Fort is a Scheduled Monument (No. 29660) and survives in exceptionally good condition with well defined circuit of defences surrounding the entire monument.

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Facilities

  • Dog Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Open All Year
  • Parking
  • Viewpoint

Features

  • Historic Monument
  • Outdoor
  • Walking

The Bear Trail

The Bear Trail is Devon's muddiest family assault course. 30 obstacles, unlimited mud! An award-winning outdoor family attraction, the Bear Trail has been designed for families to create memories that last a lifetime.

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Information

  • Price Over 1 metre - £8.25, Under 1 metre - £5.25, Family ticket - £30.75, Concessions - £4.95, Under 2s - Free. For full details and online advance discounts visit the website.
  • Address Westcott, Cullompton, Devon EX15 1SA
  • Opening times Weekends and every day in school holidays 10am - 5pm Closed November - Mid February
  • Website linkwww.thebeartrail.co.uk
  • Phone number 01392 881780
  • Email info@thebeartrail.co.uk

Facilities

  • Café / Restaurant On Site
  • Dog Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Games / Play Area
  • Leisure Facilities
  • Parking
  • Toilets

Features

  • Autism Friendly
  • Outdoor
  • Get Outdoors
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Activity & Adventure

Hackpen Hill

Hackpen Hill is a county wildlife site in Uffculme parish crossing into Culmstock and Hemyock parishes. The designated area is the steeply-sloping crescent of woodland and heath around Hackpen Hill, with areas of bracken, bluebells, scrub, wet woodland and small areas of heath. The semi-natural woodland and plantation includes oak, hazel, ash, sweet chestnut and […]

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Facilities

  • Free Entry
  • Viewpoint

Features

  • Outdoor
  • Walking
  • Viewpoint