Beaford is a village on the A3124 from  Winkleigh to  Great Torrington. within the  Torridge District.
Beaford parish has the River Torridge as the boundary with  Merton to the south, and is separated from
Great Torrington by the parish of Little Torrington to the west, and Giles in the Wood northwards. 
Further west, Roborough and  Ashreigney separate Beaford from
the  North Devon parish of  Burrington to the east.
To the south east is  Dolton, and to the south west is  Merton.
The small Torridge parishes of Huish and Dowland separate these from West Devon boundary
with  Meeth and  Dartmoor.

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Beaford Archive
Part of Beaford Arts, the longest-running rural arts organisation in England. The Archive features the work of photographer James Ravilious (1939-1999).
Beaford Arts
Charitable organisation providing rural communities with an opportunity to participate in artistic and cultural activities at reduced cost. Features events calendar, touring details, archives and information for donors.
Beaford Arts
Wikipedia article about the organisation, its history, and its current programmes.
Globe Inn
Village pub serving home made food, and offering their own preserves Globe Gluttony, and hog roast. Details of real ale and local cider, sample menus, ouitside catering hire, opening times, social media link, contacts and location.
Ravilious, James
A photographer of rural and farming life in Devon and the west of England.
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