Brayford is an inland parish in the western edge of the Exmoor National Park, and is administered by North Devon District Council.  It is south of the parishes of Challacombe and Bratton_Fleming, with Stoke Rivers and East Buckland to the west, and the Exmoor border parish of North Molton to the east.

This category includes sites throughout the parish of Brayford, including the village of High Bray and hamlet of Little Bray.  This category also includes sites associated with the River Bray, as it leaves Challacombe, and flows towards the River Mole, as well as for farms and dwellings in its valley, and rising to moorland in the east.

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Brayford
General source of news and information about the parish, its history, geography, amenities, clubs, societies and groups.
Brayford Boomerangs
Pre-school group, providing their photograph gallery, curriculum, meeting times and contacts for participation.
GenUKI: High Bray
Genealogical research and historical information, with map showing the boundaries of the original parish.
Love North Devon
Describes self catering cottages and barns on a 53 acre organic farm in Brayford. Downloadable brochures and online booking form with prices are also available.
Old Stables
Details of self-catering accommodation at Stone Cross.
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