Meeth and Iddesleigh are the most northerly parishes administered by  West Devon Borough Council
Meeth is a village on the west bank of the River Torridge, north of  Hatherleigh on the A386 to  Great Torrington.
The village of Iddesleigh is only two miles to the east of Meeth, but there is no direct connection across the River Torridge.
To the north west of Meeth is the  Torridge boundary with the parish of Petrockstowe, Merton to the north,
then on the west bank of the River Torridge,  Dolton
then Hollocombe and  Winkleigh to the west of Iddesleigh
Back in West Devon, Broadwoodkelly, Monkohampton are south of Iddesleigh.

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Bull and Dragon
Pub and restaurant in Meeth at the start or end of the Tarka Trail and serves beer, cider, wine, tea or coffee and homemade food. Includes menus, events, local attractions, opening times and map of location.
Meeth
Page of the Hatherleigh Community website describing the village. Includes events, picture reports, discussion forum, and tourist information.
Meeth Halt
Wikipedia article about the abandoned railway station which served the local clay works.
Tarka Trail
A cycle and walking route from Braunton to Meeth, using the old railways of North Devon, in the countryside described by Henry Williamson in ‘Tarka the Otter’. Includes a guide and news.
BBC: Century-old clay quarry closing
News item about the end of the Meeth Clay Works. (December 17, 2004)
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