This category tree is for websites about, or with addresses located within, the county of Devon.

The county is in the  South West of England, between  Cornwall to the west, and the counties  Dorset along the English Channel on its south coast, and  Somerset on its north coast, on the Irish Sea and Bristol Channel, sharing some localities within  Exmoor.  The capital of Devon is the city of  Exeter, although the city of  Plymouth has a higher population.

Please do not suggest websites directly to this category.

Instead select the most suitable locality category, and suggest to the most suitable sub-category there. 
If your locality is not listed, if you know three websites that correspond to a new locality in Devon, consider
applying to be named editor of the new category, making sure the title and descriptions comply with the Editing Guidlines?

Only if the website contains the addresses of more than one locality will it be included in
one of the topical categories, with the exception of Community, Health or Education websites
for which there is no locality category yet, or providing information of broader interest in Devon.

Abbotskerswell is the parish immediately to the south of the market town of  Newton Abbot
It is surrounded by parishes administered by Teignbridge District Council, namely: 
Kingskerswell to the east,  Ipplepen to the south and  Ogwell to the north west.

Please only suggest sites to this category tree with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to,
Abbotskerswell or immediate vicinity. 
Please suggest sites representing a business to the Business and Economy category, where pubs and restaurants are listed. 
However Inns offering overnight stays are listed in the Accommodation subcategory of the Travel and Tourism category
with other holiday accommodation. 

Sites with addresses in more than Abbotskerswell should be considered for the corresponding topic category under  Devon.

This category tree is for websites about, or with addresses located within, the old parish of Alphington, which nowadays is regarded as a south west suburb of Exeter, since it is administered by the City Council of  Exeter.  Within the parish, the area of Marsh Barton has been developed, encouraging Exeter industries to relocate to new premises, in particular the  Motoring industry. 

Alphin Brook flows through Alphington from west to east where a lock separates the tidal flow of the River Exe.
This category includes the River Exe along its north west boundary, with the weirs reducing the tidal flow
from the Exe Estuary, south east to the boundary with  Exminster
Alphington forms the Exeter City Council boundary with Teignbridge District Council
along its southern limits eastwards to  Shillingford Abbey, and the parish of
Ide, on its west boundary, where the A30 heads north west. 
The Exeter ward of Alphington, shares its Devon County Council Divisions with Cowick, and the ward to the north is St Thomas.

Please only suggest sites to this category that are specific to the parish/ Exeter suburb of Alphington,
which includes the developed area north east of the village on the west bank of the Exe,
known as Marsh Barton.

Appledore is a village at the mouth of the River Torridge, forming a peninsula from the south into the Taw Estuary.
Appledore is administered by the Torridge District parish of  Northam, separated by tidal waters from  Instow to the east.

This category tree is for websites around the village in north west Devon, west of  Barnstaple and should
not be confused with Appledore in  Cornwall or  Kent.
Sites for the hamlet of the same name near the Somerset boundary with  Wellington, should
be suggested to the  Uffcombe category instead.
Please suggest your site to the most appropriate sub-category.

This Arts and Entertainment category is to guide users to information and organisations related to the arts and entertainment available in Devon. :.
It should lead to websites ranging from architecture, visual arts, dance, music, photography, theatre, performing arts venues, museums, galleries, libraries, cinema, and cultural events.
Priority is given to listing websites in their locality category where available, but this may mean those categories are too small to justify an Arts and Entertainment category, linked from here.

Please note that the websites for some businesses related to arts and entertainment are listed under the Business and Economy
category tree.  eg -  recording studios, production companies, and retailer of recorded music or arts equipment. 
The website must show more than one postal address in Devon to avoid being pushed to a locality category.
Prompt listing of your site is more likely if suggested to the appropriate sub-category.

Ashburton, population 4000, is an ancient stannary town, 10km west of  Newton Abbot
on the south-eastern edge of  Dartmoor National Park.
This category is for websites within the parish of Ashburton, with its southern boundary along the A38 Expressway. 
Ashburton is almost surrounded by parishes administered by  Teignbridge District Council, namely: 
Woodland and Torbryan to the south east Bickington to the east, Ilsington to the north east,
and separated from  Widecombe-in-the-Moor by Buckland-in-the-Moor to north west, 
Buckfastleigh is directly to the south.
However West Buckfastleigh and Holne, immediately to the west are administered by South Hams District Council, 
along with Staverton immediately south of the A38.

Please only suggest sites to this category tree with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to,
Ashburton or the area bounded by and including Holne, Poundsgate, Buckland-in-the-Moor, Goodstone and Woodland
but not Buckfast which is in  Buckfastleigh.
Please suggest sites representing a business to the Business and Economy category, where pubs and restaurants are listed. 
However Inns offering overnight stays are listed in the Accommodation subcategory of the Travel and Tourist category
with other holiday accommodation. 

Sites with addresses in more than these localities should be considered for the corresponding topic category under  Devon.

This category tree is for websites about or with addresses located within the parish of Ashcombe, administered by  Teignbridge District Council.
Ashcombe is inland, east of the A380 from  Kennford to  Kingsteignton.
Ashcombe is surrounded by Teignbridge parishes, namely:
Chudleigh to the west,  Bishopsteignton to the south west, and  Dawlish to the south east,
Ashcombe is separated from Kenn by Kenton to the north. 
To the east the parishes of Mamhead and  Starcross separate Ashcombe from the Exe estuary.

Please suggest sites here only if they show postal addresses within the parish of Ashcombe,
or they are of unique relevance to this area administered by Teignbridge District Council,
between  ChudleighBishopsteigntonDawlish, and  Kenton.
Please suggest those for other Teignbridge parishes to the most appropriate topical sub-category of Devon,
until they have their own locality sub-category.

Category tree to represent the parish of Ashprington and Tuckenhay in District Council of South Hams.

This category is for sites about the village of Ashreigney and the surrounding parish to the  North Devon District
boundary with  Burrington to the north, and the west bank of the River Yaw to the east.
Until there is a separate locality category for the parish of Hollocombe, these sites may be included in this
Ashreigney category to cover both parishes administered by Torridge District Council. 
However the  Winkleigh is more appropriate for those further south.
This does not include Wembworthy south east administered by  Mid Devon District Council.
Those further west should be included in the  Dolton category which is north of the boundary with
Monkokehampton. administered by  West Devon Borough.

Please only suggest sites to this category that are specific to the locality of Ashreigney,
in the limits described above.
If the site does not correspond to this locality of Torridge District, then consider one of the
sub-categories of the  Devon category instead.

Ashwater, population 670, is a village east of the A388 between  Holsworthy and  Lifton.
The parish of Ashwater is administered by  Torridge District Council, along with  Halwill to the east,
Black Torrington to the north east, Bradford to the north, Cookbury and Hollacombe to the north west, 
Clawton to the west, with Tetcott, Luffincott, Northcott, St. Giles on the Heath,
Virginstow and  Broadwoodwidger round the southern boundary.

Please only suggest sites to this category with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to
Ashwater, and the Torridge parishes of Ashwater and Hollacombe.
If the site does not correspond to the area defined above, then consider one of
the sub-categories of, or links from the  Devon category instead.

Avonwick is a village at the east tip of the South Hams parish of  Ugborough, and is now administered as the expanded parish of North Huish.  Avonwick is separated by the A38 expressway from  South Brent to the north.  Avonwick is used as the postal town for addresses south of the A38 as far east as Diptford.

Please suggest sites to this locality if they are about the village or surrounding South Hams countryside, or they show
the postal address of Avonwick.  This includes sites for North Huish, south to the parish boundary with Loddiswell

Note that the distant South Hams parish of South Huish, is represented by the Hope Cove category.

Axminster, population 5800, is a town south-east of Honiton, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Axminster or the area bounded by and including Uplyme, Hampton, Shute, Dalwood, Membury, Hawkchurch and villages east of Axminster as far as the county boundary. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon

This category is for sites relevant to the parish of Bampton.  It has a population 1600, administered by  Mid Devon District Council.

Bampton is located south of the  Exmoor National Park, from which it is separated by the Mid Devon parish of Morebath.  The parish stretches to the county border with  Somerset at its north and west extremes, along with the Mid Devon parishes of  Oakford to the west and  Clayhanger to the east.  On its southern boundary, the parish of Bampton meets the Mid Devon parishes of Hockworthy and  Huntsham in the south east, and Stoodleigh in the south west, with the Borough of  Tiverton directly to the south.

Please suggest websites with postal references within, or specifically about the parish of Bampton.

Barnstaple, population 23000, is a town in north Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Barnstaple or the area bounded by and including Landkey, Holmacott, Ashford, Marwood, Muddiford and Goodleigh. Please note that Shirwell and Fremington have their own categories. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Barnstaple should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
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.

Please only suggest sites to this category that are specific to the locality of Beaford,
in the limits described above.
If the site does not correspond to this locality of Torridge District, then consider one of the
sub-categories of the  Devon category instead.

Beaworthy, population less than 300, is a village north of the A3079 between  Okehampton and  Holsworthy
The parish of Beaworthy, administered by  West Devon Borough Council, extends south east of the village
along the A3079 road, north of  Bratton Clovelly, as far as Thorndon Cross.
There, its north east boundary is with the combined parishes of Ashbury and  Northlew
Directly west of the village of Beaworthy is Halwill Junction, within the parish of  Halwill,
which closes the north and west boundary with  Torridge Distrct Council.

Please only suggest sites to this category with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to
Beaworthy, or the parish extending along the north of the A3079 towards  Okehampton.
If the site does not correspond to the area defined above, then consider one of
the sub-categories of, or links from the  Devon category instead.

Beer, population about 1400, is a pretty seaside village built around a small cove in East Devon, a mile or two west of Seaton.

Belstone is one of the most northern parishes in the Dartmoor National Park and is administered by West Devon Borough Council.  It is nestled between Okehampton and the parish of South Tawton, which includes the village of South Zeal

Please submit sites here only if they show postal addresses within the parish, or they are of unique relevance to Belstone.

Bere Alston is a village in the extreme west of Devon, a few miles north of Plymouth, in the parish of Bere Ferrers administered by West Devon Borough Council.

Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites which are based in or devoted entirely to Bere Alston and the area bounded by and including Rumleigh, Weir Quay and Hewton, on the east bank of the Tamar estuary.  Those corresponding closer to the village of Bere Ferrers on the west bank of the Tavy estuary, should be listed there.

Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Bere Alston should be considered for a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, eg. Devon: Business and Economy.

Bere Ferrers is the most south west village, and parish administered by West Devon Borough Council
Bere Ferrers is separated from the city of  Plymouth by the River Tavy which at this point is not connected
by roads, but a bridge over the mouth connects Bere Ferrers rail station with  Plymouth: Transport
The parish is separated from Cornwall by the River Tamar.
There are no crossings until north of  Bere Alston, a village also in the parish of Bere Ferrers.

Please only suggest sites which are based in or devoted entirely to the village of Bere Ferrers, or the
West Devon parish as a whole.  If the site refers exclusively to the village of  Bere Alston, then suggest
it there instead.  If a more suitable locality is not available, please suggest sites to the most
appropriate topical subcategory at Devon instead

Berrynarbor, population about 770, is a village east of Ilfracombe, north Devon, England.
Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Berrynarbor. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon

Bickleigh, population about 266, is a small village south of Tiverton, Devon, England. Not to be confused with Bickleigh north of Plymouth, which is served by the neighbouring South Hams parish of Shaugh Prior.

Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Bickleigh or the nearby village of Cadeleigh. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, eg. Devon: Business and Economy.

Bideford, population 14600, is a town and port in north Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Bideford or the area bounded by and including Newton Tracey, Landcross, Abbotsham, Horns Cross and East-the-Water, but not Northam, Appledore, Westleigh or Instow which have their own categories. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Bigbury, population about 580, is a village and civil parish in the South Hams district of Devon, England. The parish also includes Bigbury-on-Sea.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Bigbury, Bigbury-on-Sea, Challaborough or Ringmore. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon

Bishop's Nympton is a parish east of  South Molton, administered by  North Devon District Council. Bishop's Nympton is south of  North MoltonTwitchen and  Molland, with  Knowstone on its eastern boundary, and Rose Ash, Mariansleigh to the south. In the south west are George Nympton and Queen's Nympton, separating Bishop's Nympton from  King's Nympton.

Please suggest websites with postal references within, or sites specifically about the parish of Bishop''s Nympton.
The parish includes Ash Mill and the rural area northwards across Newtown and the A361 to the B3227.

This category tree is for websites about or with addresses located within the coastal parish of Bishopsteignton administered by  Teignbridge District Council.
The village Bishopsteignton is half way between the neighbouring towns of  Kingsteignton and  Teignmouth, on the north bank of the Teign estuary.  The north of the parish includes the village of Luton, with the inland parishes of Ideford to the north west, and  Ashcombe, to the north east.  Rural western parts of the parish of  Dawlish also stretch to the boundary between Ashcombe and Teignmoth, at the National Trust ridge at Little Haldon.

Please suggest websites with postal references within, or specifically about the parish of Bishopsteignton.

Blackawton, population about 680, is a village between Dartmouth and Totnes in south Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Blackawton. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Bovey Tracey, population 7000, is a town in Devon, England, on the eastern edge of the Dartmoor National Park.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Bovey Tracey or the area bounded by and including Hennock, Brimley and Haytor. Note that Heathfield, Lustleigh and Ilsington, although close by, have their own categories. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Bovey Tracey should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United/Kingdom/England/Devon

Bow

This category is for website based in or exclusively about the Mid Devon parish of Bow, including the vicinity of hamlets of Hillerton and Nymet Tracey. 
Most of the parish is south of Bow village and the A3072 main road from Copplestone, west to  North Tawton.
The Mid Devon parishes of Zeal Monachorum lie to the north, and  Colebrooke to the east, and  Hittisleigh to the south.

Please suggest sites here only if they are based within the parish of Bow, or they are of unique relevance
to this viccinity of Mid Devon.  Those for the south of Easterbrook should be considered for  Hittisleigh,
whereas those west of Hillerton are found in the West Devon Borough such as  North Tawton and Spreyton instead.

Bradninch, population about 1870, is a small town just off the M5 Motorway, north-east of Exeter, Devon, England.
Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Bradninch and the nearby village of Hele. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Bradworthy, population 1100, is south-west of Bideford, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Bradworthy or the area bounded by and including Sutcombe, Meddon, Ashmansworthy, Bulkworthy and Milton. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United/Kingdom/England/Devon

This category is for sites about the village of Brampford Speke, and the surrounding East Devon parish to  Upton Pyne on its west boundary, and to the River Exe on its east boundary with  Stoke Canon.  To the north is the Mid Devon parish of  Thorverton, and to the south is the boundary of the City Council of  Exeter.

Please only suggest sites to this category if they are specifically about Brampford Speke
or show an address based within the parish boundary of Brampford Speke, East Devon.

Branscombe, population 500, is a coastal village east of Sidmouth in Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Branscombe. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Branscombe should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Bratton Clovelly, population about 390, is a village nine miles west of  Okehampton.
The parish of Bratton Clovelly extends north of the village to include the A3079 road from
Okehampton to  Holsworthy, which forms the southern boundary for  Beaworthy.
Until there are sufficient websites to justify a separate category, this category caters for the West Devon
parish of Germansweek which separates Bratton Clovelly from the  Torridge Distrct Council boundary
south of  Halwill.  Hence, this category also includes sites for Eworthy and Brockescombe,
besides the east bank of Roadford Reservoir, down to the A30 trunk road, where
the River Thrushel forms the south parish boundary with Thrushelton. 
Eastwards,  Bridestowe is the south east boundary, with  Sourton to the east, which includes the A3079,
where the south east corner of the parish of Beaworthy separates it from the old parish of Ashbury.

Please only suggest sites to this category with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to
Bratton Clovelly, or neighbouring parishes administered by  West Devon Borough Council.
If the site does not correspond to the area defined above, then consider one of
the sub-categories of, or links from the  Devon category instead.

Bratton Fleming, population 1000, is a village north-east of Barnstaple, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Bratton Fleming or the area bounded by and including Arlington Court, Brayford and Stoke Rivers. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Bratton Fleming should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Braunton, population 8000, is north-east of Barnstaple in Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Braunton or the area bounded by and including Chivenor and Nethercott. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Braunton should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon

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.

Please submit sites with postal references within, or sites specifically about the parish of Brayford.

Brendon is an inland parish in the north western edge of the Exmoor National Park, and is administered by North Devon District Council.  It is south of the coastal parish of Countisbury, with the parish of Lynton and Lynmouth to the west, otherwise surrounded by the county border with Exmoor parishes of Somerset.  The village of Brendon is in the valley, scoured by the East Lyn River, though this category includes sites for moorland farms and dwellings of Brendon Common to Brendon Two Gates.

Please submit sites with postal references within, or sites specifically about the parish of Brendon.

Brentor is one of the most western parishes in the Dartmoor National Park and is administered by West Devon Borough Council.  The largest village is called North Brentor, but the parish is most famous for its church, set at the top of Brent Tor.

Please submit sites here only if they show postal addresses within the parish, or they are of unique relevance to Brent Tor, North Brentor, or hamlets and rural areas northwards to Coryton and Lewtrechard, northeast to Lydford, east to Mary Tavy, south to Lamerton and west to Milton_Abbot.

Bridestowe, population 552, is a village near Okehampton on the north-western boundary of the Dartmoor National Park, Devon, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in Bridestowe. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Bridestowe. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Devon
Bridgerule, population 545, is a village in the extreme west of Devon, England, near Holsworthy.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the area. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Bridgerule or the area bounded by and including the hamlets of Borough, Churchtown and Merrifeld. Please note that the locality ends at the Cornwall county boundary. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Brixham is a coastal town in south Devon, England. Together with Torquay and Paignton it makes up the district of Torbay, with a combined population of 135000.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Brixham or the area bounded by and including Warborough, Churston Ferrers, Hillhead and Coleton Fishacre. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Brixham (for example in Paignton and/or Torquay) should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, such as Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Torbay or Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon. Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Broadclyst, population about 3000, lies north-east of Exeter, Devon, England.
Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Broadclyst. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon”
This category includes sites related to Broadhembury, Devon, UK.
Guidelines for submitting sites: If your site is about a specific locality, please submit it to the appropriate locality category. Businesses should submit to the locality category in which the business is physically located. Failure to comply will result in a long delay in getting listed. The title should be the name of your company or organisation. Do not type in all caps. Do not include a list of keywords. Do not include your products. Do not write a sales pitch. The description should be a brief summary of your organisation''s products and services. It should be in English and in coherent sentence form. Do not include superlatives or a sales pitch. Do not submit your company history. Do not submit a list of keywords. Do not use unnecessary capitalisation, or include HTML tags. Please only submit once to the most suitable category.
Broadwoodwidger is a village north of the A30 trunk road between Lifton and Okehampton,
on the west bank of the River Wolf as it overflows from Roadford Reservoir.
This category is for websites about one or more of the four Torridge parishes within the Broadwoodwidger Rural District,
namely: Broadwoodwidger, Northcott, St. Giles on the Heath, and Virginstow.
These parishes are all east of the River Tamar county boundary,
with Northcott and St. Giles on the Heath west of River Carey whereas
Virginstow is surrounded by the larger parish of Broadwoodwidger, both east of the River Carey.
Websites for the other two parishes within this Rural District (Werrington and North Petherwin).
should be suggested to the appropriate sub-category of Cornwall.

Please only suggest sites to this category with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to
Broadwoodwidger, and the Torridge parishes of Northcott, St. Giles on the Heath and Virginstow.
If the site does not correspond to the area defined above, then consider one of
the sub-categories of, or links from the  Devon category instead.

Buckfastleigh, population 3600, is on the south-east boundary of the Dartmoor National Park, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Buckfastleigh or the area bounded by and including Buckfast, Lower Dean and Dean Prior. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Buckland Brewer, population 800, is a village south of Bideford in Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Buckland Brewer or the area bounded by and including Monkleigh, Tythecott, Parkham and Fairy Cross Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality. Please only submit sites which are based in or devoted entirely to Buckland Monachorum. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Buckland Monachorum should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations,e.g. Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon.
Budleigh Salterton, population 5000, is a coastal town south-east of Exeter, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Budleigh Salterton or the area bounded by and including East Budleigh Yettington and Knowle. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon

Burlescombe is a village, and Mid Devon parish, north of the M5, with the grand western canal from  Sampford Peverell
to  Holcombe Rogus to the north, separating Burlescombe from the Somerset boundary.  The Mid Devon parish
of  Culmstock lies to the east,  Uffculme to the south east and  Halberton to the south west. 
This category is for sites showing an operating address in the parish of Burlescombe,

Please only suggest sites to this category relevant to the Mid Devon parish of Burlescombe.
If the site does not correspond to Burlescombe parish, then consider one of the sub-categories of,
or links from the  Devon category instead.

Burrington, population 600, is a village south of Barnstaple in Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Burrington or the area bounded by and including Aylescott, High Bickington, Chittlehamholt and King''s Nympton. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon

This category is for websites that are related exclusively to business and economic activities in the area,
including individual businesses and institutions and professional and trade organisations. 
Please check to see if one of the sub-categories is suitable for your website.
Businesses related to Travel and Tourism should be suggested to a sub-category there.

Please submit your site to the nearest locality category, defined here.

Butterleigh is a village nestled in the hills above the River Burn which feed the Exe, to the west and connects to the A395 main road at  Bickleigh
Butterleigh is a small parish administered by  Mid Devon District Council, with its west boundary separated from Bickleigh by the north reaches of the parish of  Silverton, whose village is further south.
The parish of  Bradninch is further to the south east. and the north reaches of  Cullompton parish are on Butterleigh's west boundary, and  Halberton on the north boundary, separating it from the Borough of  Tiverton northeast of Butterleigh.

Please suggest sites here only if they are based within the parish of Butterleigh, or they are of unique
relevance to this vicinity east of the Exe Valley in Mid Devon.
If not, please consider suggesting them to one of the beighbouring localities above, or sub-categories of  Devon instead..

Chagford, population 1600, is in the north-eastern corner of the Dartmoor National Park in Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Chagford or the area bounded by and including Frenchbeer, Gidleigh, Throwleigh, Whiddon Down, Drewsteignton and Easton. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Chagford or its surrounding area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United/Kingdom/England Regional/Europe/United/Kingdom/England/Devon
Challacombe, population 130, is a village on Exmoor, north-east of Barnstaple, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Challacombe. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Chardstock, population about 780, is a village north of Axminster, Devon, England.
Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Chardstock. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Cheriton Bishop, population 800, is a village between Exeter and Okehampton in Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Cheriton Bishop or the area bounded by and including Hittesleigh, Tedburn St Mary and Halstow. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Cheriton Fitzpaine, population 850, is a village between Tiverton and Crediton in Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Cheriton Fitzpaine or the area bounded by and including Chilton, Thorverton, Hayne and Puddington. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a category with a wider geographic cover to take into account theit overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Chittlehampton is a village south of Barnstaple, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Chittlehampton or Cobbaton. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon.
Christow, population 800, is a village south-west of Exeter, Devon, England, in the Dartmoor National Park.
Please only submit sites which are located in, or devoted entirely to, Christow or the nearby village of Bridford.
Chudleigh is a small town, population 4000, south-west of Exeter, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit websites located solely in, or devoted entirely to, Chudleigh or the area bounded by and including Trusham, Chudleigh Knighton, Ugbrooke and Harcombe. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United/Kingdom/England/Devon
Chulmleigh, population 1300, is a village between Barnstaple and Exeter in Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Chulmleigh or the area bounded by and including Ashreigney, Lulworthy, Drayford, Chawleigh, Eggesford and Wembworthy. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Clawton is a village on the A388 north of Lifton, 3 miles south of the town of  Holsworthy.
Clawton village is on the east bank of the River Claw, but thef  Torridge parish of Clawton
extends to the River Deer which feeds the River Tamar on the Cornwall boundary.
Until there are sufficient sites to create independent locality categories,
this category tree also includes the Torrdige parishes of Tetcott and Luffincott, north of the Broadwoodwidger Rural District.
Websites for areas further south should be listed in the  Broadwoodwidger category.
Websites for areas further north should be listed in the  Holsworthy category.

Please only suggest sites to this category with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to
Clawton or the parish extending along the A388 towards  Holsworthy.
If the site does not correspond to the area defined above, then consider one of
the sub-categories of, or links from the  Devon category instead.

Clayhidon is a village north east of  Hemyock
This category is for websites showing an operating address is the parish of Clayhidon in the Blackdown Hills, forming the boundary of Mid Devon with the Somerset parishes of  Churchstanton and.  West Buckland

Please only suggest sites to this category that pertain to the Mid Devon parish of Clayhidon
If the site does not correspond to Clayhidon parish, then consider one of the sub-categories of,
or links from the  Devon category instead.

Clovelly is a parish on the north coast of Devon, between Hartland and Woolfardisworthy, which are all administered by the Torridge District Council.

Exeter Airport is North-East of Exeter, alongside the A.30 trunk road.
This locality includes the industrial estates based on the airport.
Clyst Hydon is a small community in Devon, UK.
Clyst St George, population 670, is a village south-east of Exeter, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Clyst St George or the area bounded by and including Woodbury Salterton, Exton and Ebford. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Clyst St Mary, population 630, is a village on the eastern outskirts of Exeter, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Clyst St Mary. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the village should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Cockington lies between Torquay and Paignton in south Devon, England.
Most websites listed in this category have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Cockington. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Cockington (for example in Torquay and/or Paignton) should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, eg: Regional/Europe/United/Kingdom/England/Devon

Coldridge, population 350, is a parish east of Winkleigh between Brushford, Eggesford, Chawleigh, Nymet Rowland and Zeal Monachorum, administered by the Mid Devon District Council.

Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality.  Please only suggest sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Coldridge or the area within Mid Devon district, bounded by East Leigh, West Leigh, Brushford, Eggesford Barton and Nymet Rowland. Those corresponding further east should be considered for Lapford.

Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should be considered for a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, eg. Devon: Business and Economy.

Colebrooke is a village and parish in Mid-Devon 6km west of  Crediton, with a population around 400.
The parish includes hamlets of Coleford and Penstone..  This category lists sites for the village and rural areas within the parish,
including the ancient parish of Clannaborough separating the west boundary from  Bow.

Please suggest sites here only if they are based within the parish of Colebrooke, or they are of unique
relevance to the vicinity of Colebrooke, Coleford, Copplestone, Clannaborough or Penstone.
Knowle, Yeoford and the rural area south of the River Troney to the east are regarded as the Crediton Hamlets,
so please consider suggesting those to one of the sub-categories of  Crediton instead.
Hamlets of Hillerton and Nymet Tracey are in the parish of  Bow.

This category is for sites about or showing contacts within the Torbay ward of Blatchcombe, in the immediate viccinity of the village of Collaton St Mary, to the west of Paington, to include Blagdon to the north, and rural areas within the boundary with South Hams to the west, as far south as Yalberton.

Colyton, population 2900, is a parish north of Seaton in East Devon.

Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village.  Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Colyton or the area bounded by and including Southleigh, Seaton Junction, Whitford, Musbury, Combyne, and Colyford.  Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the area should consider listing in a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, eg. Devon: Business and Economy.

Combe Martin, population 2800, is a village on the coast of north Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Combe Martin or the area bounded by and including Kentisbury and Berry Down Cross. Note that Berrynarbor is in the Ilfracombe category and that Parracombe and Challacombe have their own categories. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon.
Cornwood, population about 1040, is a village on the edge of the Dartmoor National Park and to the east of Plymouth, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Cornwood or the area bounded by and including Moor Cross, Harford and Lutton. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Cornwood should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon

This category is for sites about and showing contact details within the parish of Cornworthy, South Hams. Cornworthy is north west of Dittisham, on the south bank of the Dart estuary, which separates it from the South Hams parish of Stoke Gabriel.  To the north is the parish of Ashprington which separates it from the South Hams town of Totnes, also on the tidal region of the River Dart.  To the west is the combined parish of Halwell and Moreleigh, and directly south is Blackawton.

Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the Cornworthy.  Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to Cornworthy.  Until there is a separate category for Ashprington, those sites corresponding to a postal address south of Bow Creek, such as the neighbouring village of Tuckenhay, may also be suggested to this category.

Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Cornworthy should be considered for a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, eg. Devon: Business and Economy instead.

Countisbury is the most north eastern parish within North Devon District, and is within the Exmoor National Park.  It is administered as a combined civil parish within Brendon, stretching from Lynmouth along the north coast, including Sillery Sands, Foreland Point, Countisbury Cove, up to Old Burrow Hill, the County Gate with North West Somerset, down to the boundary with Oare, and back to Brendon.  The parish is serviced by the main road, A39, which connects Somerset and Lynmouth, passing through the village of Countisbury, comprising a pub and church, surrounded by National Trust property.  A small road leads off to the hamlet of Wilsham, before heading south to Brendon.

Please submit sites with postal references within, or sites specifically about the parish of Countisbury.

Crediton, population 7000, is the next town to the north west of  Exeter, served by the A377 to  Chulmleighand North Devon.

The town is administered within Mid Devon County Council by the town council.  This category represents the town and the parish of Crediton Hamlets, which surrounds the town to the east, south and west.  The latter extends to the Mid Devon parishes of  Cheriton Bishop to the south,  Hittisleigh to the south west,  Colebrooke to the west, Copplestone to the north west, Sandford to the north, Upton Hellions and Shobrooke to the north east, and  Newton St Cyres to the east.   Teignbridge parishes such as Tedburn St Mary and Whitestone lie to the south.

Please suggest sites to this locality if they are exclusively about Crediton, or show postal addresses within the town or the rural area included in the Mid Devon parish of Crediton Hamlets. Please try to select the correct sub-category.

Please only suggest sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Crediton or the area bounded by and including Oldridge, Yeoford, Sandford, and Thorverton. 

Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should be suggested to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, eg. Devon: Business and Economy.

Croyde is a village north-east of Barnstaple, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Croyde or the area bounded by and including Saunton and Pickwell. Please note that Georgeham has its own category. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Cullompton, population 7700, is a town north of Exeter, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in Cullompton or in the area bounded by and including Brithem Bottom, Willand, Kentisbeare, Kerswell, Plymtree, Clyst Hydon and Colebrook. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon

Culmstock is a village south of the M5 on the border with Somerset, between  Uffculme and  Hemyock,
These are also parishes administered by Mid Devon District Council. along with Burlescombe to the west and Holcombe Rogus to the north west. 
This category is for sites showing an operating address in the parish of Culmstock,
 

Please only suggest sites to this category that pertain to the Mid Devon parish of Culmstock.
If the site does not correspond to Culmstock parish, then consider one of the sub-categories of,
or links from the  Devon category instead.

Dalwood is a village west of Axminster, north of A35 to Honiton.  The parish of Dalwood is administered by East Devon District Council, and surrounded by Membury in the north east, Stockland to the north, Widworthy to the west, Shute to the southwest and Kilmington to the south east.

Please only suggest sites to this category with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, the East Devon parish of Dalwood. In the absence of a category for neighbouring parishes, those sites may also be listed here, but those with the postal town Axminster, may be listed there instead.

Dartington, population 2300, is located near Totnes, Devon, England. Not so much a single village but rather a group of hamlets and modern developments clustered around Dartington Hall. The Hall has been the home since 1925 of a diverse and ambitious experiment in rural regeneration involving education, the arts, business and crafts, and the cultural atmosphere is evident elsewhere in the village.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Dartington or the area bounded by and including Staverton and Cott. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category such as Devon.

This category represents the ‘Regional’ aspects of ‘Dartmoor National Park

For the purpose of this category, Dartmoor is regarded as the area within the boundaries of the 
Dartmoor National Park (DNP), besides the West Devon parish of Dartmoor Forest.
This includes parts of some parishes surrounding Dartmoor Forest within the DNP boundary, besides  West Devon.
These parishes appear as links at the top of the page.
Other localities may be only a short drive, but are not included as links here.
Websites referring to one address are found in the appropriate locality category linked from this page.
Localities not having their own category, but within the parish of Dartmoor Forest,
to the east of Tavistock, south of Okehampton, and west of Chagford, have Princetown as their postal town, so should be in that category.
eg. The  Princetown category contains sites for Merrivale, and the area from Ruddlestone to Postbridge, such as out to Whiteworks and Two Bridges down to Dartmeet.

Please appreciate this category is for websites presenting information exclusively relevant to Dartmoor
Those dealing with individual localities (such as village websites) or ‘bricks and mortar’ locations
(such as hotels or bed-and-breakfast establishments) should be suggested to the nearest locality category.
If a more suitable locality is not available, please suggest sites to the most appropriate topical subcategory at  Devon instead

Dartmouth, population 5800, is a town and port in Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Dartmouth or the area bounded by and including Bowden, Ash and Capton. Please note that Blackawton, Dittisham, Kingswear and Stoke Fleming all have their own categories. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon

This category tree is for websites about or with addresses located within the coastal parish of Dawlish, administered by Teignbridge District Council.

Dawlish, originally a fishing village east of Teignmouth, includes within its parish boundary hamlets of Cockwood, Middlewood, Westwood, Holcombe, East Town, Shattern and Lithwell.  This category is for sites within this parish and includes Dawlish Warren, the sandspit projecting towards Exmouth, along the English Channel, separated by the estuary of River Exe.  Dawlish parish includes the west bank of the Exe estuary northwards to include Cockwood, to its boundary with Starcross.  Inland to the north west, the parish is separated from Kenton by Ashcombe and Mamhead.
To the west, Dawlish is separated from Chudleigh and Kingsteignton by the parish of Bishopsteignton.
Sites are included here for the coastal village of Holcombe in the south, to the parish boundary with the Teignmouth.

Please submit sites to the most appropriate sub-category.

Diptford is a village and South Hams parish, east of Avonwick. Diptford is separated by the A38 expressway from South Brent to the north. To the east are the parishes of Harberton, Halwell and Moreleigh, with Woodleigh and Loddiswell to the south.

Please suggest sites to this locality if they are about the village or surrounding South Hams countryside, or they show the postal address of Diptford.

This category is for sites about and showing contact details within the South Hams parish of Dittisham, population 400. Dittisham is north of Dartmouth, on the west bank of the Dart estuary, which separates it from Galmpton in the Unitary Authority of Torbay. To the west is the parish of Blackawton, and north west the parish of Cornworthy.

Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the Dittisham.  Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to Dittisham.  Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Dittisham should be considered for a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, eg. Devon: Business and Economy instead.

Doddiscombsleigh, population 300, is a small village west of Exeter, Devon, England.
Please only submit sites located in or devoted entirely to Doddiscombsleigh.
Dolton, population 830, is a village west of the A3124 from  Winkleigh to  Great Torrington. within the  Torridge District.
Dolton parish has the River Torridge as the boundary with  Merton and Huish in the west.
Beaford is north, and the Dolton parish is separated from the  North Devon parish of  Chumleigh
by the Torridge parishes of  Ashreigney and Winkleigh to the east.
The  West Devon parish of  Meeth is south west, and to the south, the small
Torridge parish of Dowland separates Dolton  from Dartmoor to the south
This category includes websites for Dowland.

Please only suggest sites to this category that are specific to the locality of Dolton
and Dowland, in the limits described above.
If the site does not correspond to this locality of Torridge District, then consider one of the
sub-categories of the  Devon category instead.

Down St Mary, population 316, is on the A377 between Copplestone and Lapford, in Devon, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Down St Mary.
Dunkeswell, population about 2150, is a village north of Honiton, Devon. It is mainly notable for its airfield, formerly a U.S. Navy airfield in World War II.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Dunkeswell or the area bounded by and including Blackborough, Sheldon and Saint Hill. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Dunsford (population 700) is a village west of Exeter, Devon, England.
Please only submit sites located in Dunsford or devoted entirely to the village.

East Allington, population 630, is an inland parish administered by South Hams District Council, which is surrounded by Slapton to the east, Blackawton to the north east, Halwell and Moreleigh to the north, Woodleigh to the west, then Buckland-Tout-Saints, Frogmore and Sherford to the south west, and Stokenham to the south. The parish includes the hamlet of Harleston and Rimpston, and rural areas to the A381, from Halwell towards Kingsbridge in the south west.

Please only suggest sites to this category if they are based in East Allington or devoted entirely to the parish of East Allington.

The villages of West Buckland and East Buckland, give their names to the combined parish of East and West Buckland, administered by North Devon District Council. The parish is south of the parishes of Brayford and Stoke Rivers, with Swimbridge to the west, and the parish of Filleigh to the south.

This category includes sites throughout the parish, including the hamlets of Stoodleigh Barton and Tossell's Barton in the north, Brayley Barton in the south east, and farmland to the north of the A361 towards Riverton in the south west.

Please submit sites with postal references within, or sites specifically about the parish of East and West Buckland.

East Anstey, population 300, is a village between Bampton and South Molton in north Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, East Anstey or the area bounded by and including West Anstey and Yeo Mill. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon

This category represents the localities in East Devon District Council, east of  Exeter, along the east bank of the Exe estuary, then east along the English Channel coast to the border with Dorset at  Uplyme, then north to  Hawkchurch, towards Somerset, where the Devon parishes are administered by Mid Devon District Council, noirth of  Broadclyst to  Yarcombe.

Please do not suggest sites directly to this category.

Please decide which of the linked categories most accurately suites the source of the content,
and suggest to the most suitable sub-category there.
If you know three sites that correspond to a new locality in Devon, consider applying to be named editor
of the new category, making sure the title and descriptions comply with the Editing Guidlines?

East Prawle is a village in Devon, UK. It lies near the coast, just east of Salcombe.
Sites relateing to East Prawle and the immediately surrounding area, including the coastline around Prawle Point may be submitted here.
Ermington, population 1100, is a village east of Plymouth and south of Ivybridge.
Exeter, population 111000, is the county town and seat of local government of Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the city and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Exeter or the area bounded by and including Kenn, Longdown, Whitestone, Upton Pyne, Dog Village, Rockbeare and Clyst Honiton. Please note that Broadclyst, Clyst St Mary, Clyst St George and Topsham have their own categories. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon

This category tree is for websites about. or with addresses located within, the parish of Exminster, administered by Teignbridge District Council.

Exminster's north boundary is with the city of Exeter, then south along the west bank of the Exe estuary.  Powderham is the next parish to the south, before Kenton and Starcross.  Inland to the west are the parishes of Shillingford St George and Kenn, before Chudleigh to the south west.

Please suggest sites here only if they show postal addresses within the parish of Exminster, or they are of unique relevance to the area south west of the city of Exeter administered by Teignbridge District Council.  This may include Shillingford St George, and Powderham, but for localities south of Powderham, please try Kenton or those to the west at Kenn.  Please suggest those for Ide, Dunchideock, or other Teignbridge parishes to the most appropriate topical sub-category of Devon, until they have their own locality sub-category.

Exmouth, population 35000, is a coastal town south of Exeter, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Exmouth or the area bounded by and including Littleham, Withycombe Raleigh and Hulham. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Exmouth should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon

This category tree is for websites about or with addresses located within the boundaries of Exton, administered by East Devon District Council, separating Woodford from the east bank of the Exe Estuary, south of TopshamLympstone is the next parish to the south.

Please suggest sites here only if they show postal addresses within Exton, or they are of unique relevance to the area south east of the city of Exeter and Topsham along the Exe estuary, north of Lympstone, west of Woodbury category.

Feniton, population about 1520, is a village west of Honiton, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Feniton. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon

Filleigh is a parish administered by North Devon District Council. The parish is south of the parishes of East and West Buckland and North Molton, with South Molton, to the east and south, Chittlehampton to the south and west, and the parish of Swimbridge to the west.

This category includes sites throughout the parish, including the hamlets of Heddon, Oxford Down and Castle Hill in the north, and farmland to the parish boundary.

Please submit sites with postal references within, or sites specifically about the parish of Filleigh.

Fremington, population about 9500, is about 5 miles west of Barnstaple, Devon, England.
Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Fremington. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Galmpton is a village between Paignton and Brixham, Devon.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Galmpton. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Georgeham, population about 1655, is a village north-west of  Barnstaple.
Georgeham gives its name to the North Devon parish which includes the surfing resort of  Croyde
The resort of  Woolacombe is in to the north in the parish of Morthoe
The parish of  Braunton is in to the south, and  West Down to the east

Please only suggest sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Georgeham. Please note that Croyde has its own category.

This category is for websites about local government over more than one locality or unitary authority,  Hence, whereas sites for District Councils are listed here, please see respective categories for Exeter, Plymouth and Torbay.  Localities with Town Councils are unlikely to have sufficient sites to warrant a Government category, so are not linked directly from this category.  The content of Parish Council sites for villages, is likely to be more of a Community nature, so may be found in the respective  Society and Culture sub-categories, where there are sufficient sites.

Great Torrington, population 5200, is a town south of Bideford in Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Great Torrington or the area bounded by and including Roborough, Beaford, Little Potheridge, Langtree, Stibbs Cross, Frithelstock and Weare Gifford. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
This Guides and Directories category is for online guides and directories offering a wide variety of information about Devon. It contains websites that are related exclusively to the whole of Devon or to more than one of the smaller geographic areas within it. Please note that dining guides are not listed here, but are listed instead under Business and Economy: Restaurants and Bars. Similarly, travel guides are listed under Travel and Tourism, and business directories are listed under Business and Economy.

Halberton is the parish east of the Borough of Tiverton in the Mid Devon District.  Halberton is the main village [OS Grid Ref. 300500,112500], but this category also includes sites in surrounding hamlets and rural areas to Uplowman, Sampford Peverell and Burlescombe to the north, Uffculme and Willand to the east, and Cullompton, with parishes such as Bickleigh southwest towards Exeter.

Please submit sites with postal references within, or sites specifically about the parish of Halberton.

Halwill, population 670, is a village north-west of Okehampton, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Halwill, Halwill Junction, Beaworthy, Chilla, Crowden and Germansweek. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United/Kingdom/England/Devon
Harberton, population 1300, is a village south of Totnes in south Devon, England. Please do not confuse with Harbertonford which is nearby.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, ord devoted entirely to, Harberton or the area bounded by and including Diptford, Curtisknowle and Moreleigh. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Harbertonford is a small village south of Totnes, Devon, England. Please do not confuse with Harberton, which is nearby.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Harbertonford or the adjacent villages of Halwell and Washbourne. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Hartland, population 1600, is the  Torridge parish furthest west on the Irish Sea and Atlantic Ocean
coast and includes Lundy Island.
The small parish of Welcombe separates Hartland from the border with North Cornwall.
On the north coast, there is  Clovelly.
Inland are the Torridge parishes of Woolfardisworthy and  Bradworthy.

Please only suggest sites to this category with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Hartland
or the area bounded by and including Hartland Quay, Welcombe, and Woolfardisworthy.

If the site does not correspond to parishes of Hartland, Welcombe, and Woolfardisworthy, then
consider one of the sub-categories of, or links from the  Devon category instead.

Hatherleigh, population 1300, is between Bideford, and Okehampton, West Devon
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Hatherleigh or the area bounded by and including Petrockstowe, Exbourne and Black Torrington. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Devon

Hawkchurch is the most eastern parish administered by East Devon District Council, with most of its boundary being the county boundary with West_Dorset.  The neighbouring parish to the north west is Chardstock, then All Saints, with Axminster to the west.

Includes health and medical resources specific to the town.

This category lists sites about or showing contacts in the North Devon District parish of Heanton Punchardon.  Heanton Punchardon is south of Braunton, and stretches along the Taw estuary from Horsey Island to the parish of Ashford.  Ashford and West Pilton separate Heanton Punchardon from Barnstaple in the east, and to the north east is Marwood.

Please submit sites here only if they show postal addresses within the parish of Heanton Punchardon, or they are of unique relevance to the area administered by North Devon District Council, between Braunton and Barnstaple. Please submit those for other North Devon parishes to the most appropriate topical sub-category of Devon, until they have their own locality sub-category.

Heathfield is in South Devon adjacent to the A38 and A382 crossroads. Although there are remnants of the original hamlet the area now comprises a modern trading and industrial estate with some associated housing.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Heathfield. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Heathfield should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United/Kingdom/England Regional/Europe/United/Kingdom/England/Devon
Hemyock, population 1900, is a village east of Tiverton, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Hemyock or the area bounded by and including Clayhidon, Bolham Water, Madford, Ashill, Appledore and Nicholashayne. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to High Bickington or Portsmouth Arms. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon.

Hittisleigh is a parish in Mid-Devon with a population of 113.
This category lists sites for the village and rural areas within the parish.

Please suggest sites here only if they are based within Hittisleigh, or they are of unique relevance to the village.

This category is for sites about and showing contacts details within the South Hams parish of Holbeton. This includes the village and rural area west of Modbury, south of Ermington and Yealmpton, east of Newton and Noss, down to the coast at Mothecombe, to the west bank of the Erme estuary west of the parish of Kingston.

Holcombe Rogus is a village, and Mid Devon parish, north of the M5 on the border with Somerset, with the grand western canal from  Sampford Peverell
to Greenham weir to join the River Tone in Somerset. 
Holcombe Rogus separates the Mid Devon parish of  Burlescombe from the Somerset boundary, with  Culmstock to the south east and Hockworthy to the west. 
This category is for sites showing an operating address in the parish of Holcombe Rogus,

Please only suggest sites to this category that pertain to the Mid Devon parish of Holcombe Rogus.
If the site does not correspond to Holcombe Rogus parish, then consider one of the sub-categories of,
or links from the  Devon category instead.

Holsworthy, population 2200, is in north-west Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Holsworthy or the area bounded by and including Holsworthy Beacon, Woodacott, Cookbury, Holemoor, Clawton, Pyworthy and Dexbeer. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Honiton, population 10900, is a town in south-east Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Honiton or the area bounded by and including Cotleigh,Wilmington, Northleigh, Gittisham and Broadhembury. Please note that Feniton and Payhembury have their own categories. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Hope Cove is comprised of the villages of Outer Hope and Inner Hope, south-west of Kingsbridge, Devon, England.
Please only submit sites located in Hope Cove or devoted entirely to the locality.
Horrabridge, population 2209, is in south-west Devon, England, a few miles north of Plymouth and on the edge of the Dartmoor National Park.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites which are based in or devoted entirely to Horrabridge. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Horrabridge should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations,e.g. Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon.
Ilfracombe, population 12000, is a town on the north coast of Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Ilfracombe or the area bounded by and including Lee, Mullacott and Hele. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Ilsington, population 2500, is a village north-west of Newton Abbot, Devon, England.
Most websites listed in this category have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Ilsington or closely surrounding hamlets. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Ilsington should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, eg: Regional/Europe/United/Kingdom/England/Devon/
Instow, population 900, is a village north-east of Bideford Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Instow or the area bounded by and including Worlington, Yelland and Tapeley Park. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Ipplepen is a village, population 2500, between Newton Abbot and Totnes, Devon, England
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Ipplepen or the area bounded by and including Dainton, Combe Fishacre and Broadhempston. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider locating to a category with a wider geographic cover to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United/Kingdom/England/Devon
Ivybridge, population 12300, is a town east of Plymouth, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Ivybridge or the area bounded by and including Bittaford, Westlake and Lee Mill Bridge. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon

This category tree is for websites about, or with addresses located within, the parish of Kenn, administered by Teignbridge District Council.

Kennford forms the first major connabation along the A38, including Exeter Racecourse, south west of Exeter, hence the name of this category. Historically the parish grew from the village of Kenn, at the first bridge across the River Kenn. The parish of Kenn is separated from Alphington, administered by the city of the Exeter, by the Parish of Shillingford St George, on its north boundary.  The settlement of Clapham lies to the west before Kenn's boundary with west is Dunchieock. Further south the boundary meets parishes of Ashtonare and and Chudleigh. then Kenton to the south west.

This parish of Kenn should not be confused with village of the same name in North Somerset, where sites can be found in the Clevedon category instead.

Please suggest sites here only if they show postal addresses within the parish of Kenn, or they are of unique relevance to this area administered by Teignbridge District Council.   This may include Dunchieock, Ide and Shillingford St George, but for localities east of Shillingford St George, please suggest to sub-category of Exminster or to the south, please try Kenton for south east or Chudleigh for the south west of Haldon Forest.   Please suggest those for other Teignbridge parishes to the most appropriate topical sub-category of Devon, until they have their own locality sub-category.

This category tree is for websites about or with addresses located within the parish of Kenton, administered by Teignbridge District Council.

Kenton is on the west bank of the Exe estuary south of Powderham which separates it from Exminster to the north.  Starcross is the next parish to the south, before Dawlish.  Inland to the west are the parishes of Mamhead and Ashcombe, before Kenton's boundary with Chudleigh, and then to the north west the Teignbridge parish of Kenn.

Please submit sites here only if they show postal addresses within the parish of Kenton, or they are of unique relevance to the area administered by Teignbridge District Council, south of Exminster and north of Dawlish.  This may include Kenn and Starcross, but please submit those for other Teignbridge parishes to the most appropriate topical sub-category of Devon, until they have their own locality sub-category.

Kilmington is a village to the west of Axminster and the River Yarty.  This category includes sites about the East Devon parish of Kilmington, and those that show that they are based on the west bank of the Axe, between Musbury, Shute and Dalwood.

King's Nympton is a parish south of South Molton, administered by North Devon District Council.  King's Nympton is separated from Chittlehampton in the north west by the combined North Devon parish of Satterleigh and Warkleigh, and Burrington in the south west by Chittlehamholt.  Chulmleigh is on its southern boundary, with Romansleigh to the east, and in the north east are George Nympton, Queen's Nympton and Mariansleigh, separating it from Bishop's Nympton.

Please submit sites with postal references within, or sites specifically about the parish of King''s Nympton.
The western boundary of the parish is the River Mole, but sites on the west bank, such as Satterleigh may be included here if more suitable than the Chittlehampton category. Similarly sites as far north as George Nympton might be considered more appropriate here than South Molton.  Otherwise please submit your site to the most appropriate sub-category of Devon.

Kingsbridge is a small town, population 5800, near the south Devon coast, east of Plymouth, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Kingsbridge or the area bounded by and including Frogmore, West Charleton, West Alvington, Churchstow, Buckland-tout-Saints and Sherford. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Kingsbridge should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United/Kingdom/England/Devon
Kingskerswell, population 5000, lies between Newton Abbot and Torquay in Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Kingskerswell or the area bounded by and including North Whilborough, Aller (but not Aller Park which is in Newton Abbot), and Coffinswell. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Kingskerswell should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Kingsteignton is widely rumoured to be the biggest village in England with a population of over 11,000 with more inhabitants than many of Devon's towns. In 1982 the parish council decided that to protect its identity as a separate community Kingsteignton should become a town. The decision to change its status annoyed many residents and a referendum was held which saw its village status restored. A quirk of geology deposited fine quality ball clays on the eastern edge of the Bovey Basin some 30 - 40 million years ago. Their exploitation was boosted in 1791 when Josiah Wedgewood first purchased Kingsteignton clay. Over the past 200 years clay mining has brought continued employment and prosperity to the village.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Kingsteignton or the area bounded by and including Teigngrace, Sandygate and Ideford. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon

This category is for sites about and showing contact details within the South Hams parish of Kingston.  This includes the village and rural area, south to the coastline with Bigbury Bay, west to the Erme estuary and the boundary with Holbeton, and the northern boundary with Modbury.  The parish of Ringmore, south of separates Kingston from the parish of Bigbury to the east.

Please suggest sites here only if the have direct relevance to, or show operating details based in the parish of Kingston, South Hams.  Until there is a separate category, sites pertaining to the neighbouring parish of Ringmore may also be listed here, but not for the village of Ringmore south of Teignmouth, which should be listed in Shaldon.

Kingswear, population about1400, lies on the east bank of the Dart estuary, opposite Dartmouth, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village and nearby communities. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Kingswear. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this locality should consider an entry in a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon

Knowstone is an inland parish, administered by North Devon District Council, with its easten boundary with Oakford, Mid Devon. It is enclosed by the North Devon parishes of East Anstey to the north, westwards by Molland, Bishop's Nympton, with Rose Ash and Rackenford to the south. This category includes sites for the villages of Knowstone and East Knowstone, and surrounding hillside farms and dwellings.

Please submit sites with postal references within, or sites specifically about the parish of Knowstone, which includes East Knowstone.

Lapford, population about 1015, is a village just off the A377 trunk road between Crediton and Barnstaple in mid-Devon.
Lifton, population 1000, is a village between Okehampton (Devon) and Launceston (Cornwall).
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Lifton or the area bounded by and including Liftondown, Virginstow, Dippertown, Lewtrenchard, Chillaton, Meadwell and west to the Devon/Cornwall county boundary. Note that Launceston (Cornwall) has its own category. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Devon.
Loddiswell, population 900, is a village and parish north of Kingsbridge, in South Hams.

Please only suggest sites here if they are devoted entirely to Loddiswell, or show an address located within this South Hams parish, or the area bounded by and including Aveton Giffard, and Woodleigh. Sites for locations north of the parish bopundary such as North Huish, should be suggested to the Avonwick category.

Lundy Island, area 9.7km, lies at the entrance to the Bristol Channel, 19km north-west of Hartland Point. There is a small permanent population, usually about 11, plus visitors in summer.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the island. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address on Lundy Island or a content devoted entirely to Lundy Island. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the island, or sites dealing with a wider area, should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Lustleigh, population 625, is a village in the Dartmoor National Park, south-west of Exeter, Devon, England.
Please only submit sites located in Lustleigh or Manaton or devoted entirely to the locality.
Lydford (population 420) is a village south of Okehampton, on the western edge of the Dartmoor National Park, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Lydford or the area bounded by and including Bidlake, Southerley, North Brentor, Liddaton, Coryton and Lobbicross. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Lympstone, population 1800, is a village between Exeter and Exmouth, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Lympstone. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Lympstone should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon

Lynmouth is a harbour village on the north coast of Devon, separated from the Somerset border by the cliff-top parish of Countisbury.

As its name suggests, Lynmouth is built around the confluence the East and West Lyn rivers, where water flows into Lynmouth Bay.  The East Lyn is joined by Farley Water at Watermeet, with it source up the gorge through the parish of Brendon.

The West Lyn flows through the village of Barbrook, from the parish of Challacombe and Exmoor.  Barbrook is also the name of the tributary from the parish of Parracombe to the west.

Lynton is the cliff top village above Lynmouth, and is the postal town for the surrounding area, including those not in the parish of Lynton and Lynmouth.  Lynton and Lynmouth, have a combined population of 1700, are administered by North Devon District.

Lynton provides a cliff-top route west, and joins the coastal part of the Tarka trail to the parish of Martinhoe.

Please submit sites with postal references within villages of Lynmouth and Lynton or the hamlets and rural areas to the south within the parish of Lynton and Lynmouth.

This category includes sites offering online maps, photographs, web cam views, satellite images or any type of visual representation of the region.
Marldon, population 2300, is a village in the South Hams, just to the west of Paignton, Devon England.
Please only submit sites which are located in, or devoted entirely to, Marldon or the nearby village of Compton.

Martinhoe is a village on the cliffs above Woody Bay on the north coast of Devon, west of Lynmouth, and east of Trentishoe, approached from the parish of Parracombe to the south, and is administered by North Devon District Council.

Please submit sites with specific references to the village or coastal and rural areas within the parish of Martinhoe.

Mary Tavy, population about 890, is a village between Tavistock and Okehampton, on the western fringes of Dartmoor, Devon, England.
Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Mary Tavy, Peter Tavy and Cudliptown. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon

This category caters for sites Meavy, a parish located within the south western edge Dartmoor National Park, named after the river, with its source in Dartmoor Forest near Princetown, and flowing in to Burrator reservoir northeast of the parish, below Yelverton, forming the boundary with the Parish of Buckland Monachorum, southwards past the hamlet of Ho Meavy, east of the parish of Shaugh Prior, to join the River Plym at Plympton.

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.

Please only suggest sites to this category with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to
Meeth, or the most northerly parts of West Devon.
If the site does not correspond to the area defined above, then consider one of
the sub-categories of, or links from the  Devon category instead.

Membury is a parish north of Axminster and All Saints, administered by East Devon District Council.  To the south west is Dalwood, Stockland to the west and Yarcombe to the north west.  In the north east, the parish boundary is also the county boundary with West_Dorset, and the parish of Chardstock is on the east boundary.

Please only suggest sites to this category with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, the East Devon parish of Membury. In the absence of a category for neighbouring villages, those sites may also be listed here, but those with the postal town Axminster, may be listed there instead.

Merton is a village on the A386 from  Hatherleigh to  Great Torrington. within the  Torridge District.
Merton parish has the River Torridge as the boundary with  Dolton in the east, and  Beaford north east.
Merton parish is separated from Great Torrington by the parish of Little Torrington north west.
Peters Marland is directly west, and  Petrockstowe south west, on the boundary with  West Devon.
The small Torridge parish of Huish separates Merton from the West Devon boundary with  Meeth.
This category includes websites for Huish.

Please only suggest sites to this category that are specific to the locality of Merton,
in the limits described above.
If the site does not correspond to this locality of Torridge District, then consider one of the
sub-categories of the  Devon category instead.

This category represents the localities administered by Mid Devon District Council

The parishes of Devon, north of  Exeter, from  Cheriton Bishop to  Clayhidon,
with the major towns of  Crediton and  Tivereton.
Parishes north west from Wembworthy to Chewleigh,
west to Thelbridge, north to Oakford on the  Exmoor border,
and east along the border with  Somerset to Clayhanger, and south east to  Clayhidon.

Please do not suggest sites directly to this category.

Please decide which of the linked categories most accurately suites the source of the content,
and suggest to the most suitable sub-category there.
If you know three sites that correspond to a new locality in Devon, consider applying to be named editor
of the new category, making sure the title and descriptions comply with the Editing Guidlines?

Modbury, population 1700, is east of Plymouth, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the area. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Modbury or the area bounded by and including Kingston, Holbeton and Ermington. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Molland, population 217, is a village east of South Molton, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Molland or Twitchen or the adjacent hamlets. Note that North Molton is in the South Molton category, and that West Anstey is in the East Anstey category. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Moretonhampstead, population 1500, is west of Exeter, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Moretonhampstead or the area bounded by and including Doccombe, Lettaford and Batworthy. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Devon. Please note that North Bovey has its own category.
Village north of Barnstaple.
Newton Abbot (population 25,000) is a town in south Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Newton Abbot or the area bounded by and including Bickington, Stover, Teigngrace, Combeinteignhead, Newtake, Aller Park, Wolborough, East Ogwell and Seale Hayne. Please note that Kingsteignton and Heathfield have their own categories: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Devon/Kingsteignton Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Devon/Heathfield

Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this category should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United/Kingdom/England/Devon

Category for sites about, and with postal details within, the parish of Newton and Noss.  Newton Ferrers, together with the adjoining village of Noss Mayo, has a population of about 1830.  It lies to the south east of Plymouth, on the eastern bank of the river Yealm.

Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Newton Ferrers or the area bounded by and including Noss Mayo, Bridgend and Netton. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Newton Ferrers should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Newton Poppleford (population 2140 including Harpford) is a village east of Exeter, Devon, England.

Newton St Cyres is a village north east of  Exeter, administered by Mid Devon District Council, east of Crediton
This category is for sites showing an operating address in the parish of Newton St Cyres, which includes Sweetham and
Langford to the eastern boundary with  Upton Pyne in East Devon.  Along its southern boundary is the Teignbridge parish of  Whitestone

Please only suggest sites to this category that pertain to the Mid Devon parish of Newton St Cyres
If the site does not correspond to Newton St Cyres parish, then consider one of the sub-categories of,
or links from the  Devon category instead.

Northam, population 11,600, is a town north of Bideford, north Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites which are based in or devoted entirely to Northam. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Northam should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations,e.g. Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon. Please note that Westward Ho! and Appledore have their own categories.
 

Northlew, population 600, is a village and parish seven miles north west of Okehampton, administered by West Devon Borough Council.

This category lists sites for the village and rural areas within the parish.

 

Please suggest sites here only if they show postal addresses within the parish, or they are of unique relevance to Northlew.

North Bovey, population 300, is a picturesque village west of Exeter, in the Dartmoor National Park.
Please only submit sites located in North Bovey or devoted entirely to the village.

This category represents the localities administered by North Devon District Council

This includes parishes of Devon, north of  BurringtonChulmleigh, East Worlington and  Witheridge,
Then north, with  Mid Devon to the east, through Rackenford,  Knowstone, to  East Anstey
on the boundary with Somerset and  Exmoor,  Heading west along the Exmoor boundary are the
North Devon parishes of  West Anstey,   Molland, Twitchen, west through  North Molton to  Brayford,
then north through  Challacombe and Parracombe.
Brendon on Exmoor is another North Devon parish separated from the sea by  Countisbury.
Taking the A39 west from Exmoor, the Bristol Channel is first seen on the approach down to  Lynmouth.
The A39 then rises through the Lyn Valley before again heading west through the parish of  Martinhoe to
the major town of  Barnstaple, leaving coastal parishes  TrentishoeCombe MartinBerrynarbor,
    Ilfracombe, Mortehoe and  Georgeham, where the beaches facing the Atlantic Ocean,
      present the North Devon holiday resort of  Woolacombe

Please do not suggest sites directly to this category.

Please decide which of the linked categories most accurately suites the source of the content,
and suggest to the most suitable sub-category there.
If you know three sites that correspond to a new locality in North Devon, consider applying to be named editor
of the new category, making sure the title and descriptions comply with the Editing Guidlines?

North Molton is an inland parish in the western edge of Exmoor, and is administered by North Devon District Council. It is south of the parish of Brayford, east of East Buckland and Filleigh, north of the town of South Molton and the parish of Bishop's Nympton.  Twitchen is a small parish to the east, which has the postal address of North Molton, and like North Molton has its north east boundary within the Exmoor National Park, and borders Somerset.

The village of North Molton is to the east of the National Park boundary, though this category includes sites for moorland farms and dwellings north of the A361 up to North Molton Ridge, and the Sportman Inn, at Sandyway Cross, as far north as Whitefield Down.

Please submit sites with postal references within, or sites specifically about the parish of North Molton.

North Tawton, population 1600, is north-east of Okehampton, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, North Tawton or the area bounded by and including Lowton, Heath Cross, Rowdon and Sampford Courtenay. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon

Oakford is a village 10km north of  Tiverton, in the parish of Oakford on the boundary with Somerset to the north,
with the River Exe forming the east boundary.  The original bridge crossing is at the village of Oakfordbridge. 
The Mid Devon parish of  Bampton is on the east bank of the River Exe,  The main bridge across the Exe is further downstream
at Black Cat, where the B3227 leads to the Bampton village  The A396 main road between Tiverton to   Exmoor
leads up the Exe valley on the east bank avoiding the parish of Oakford.  The south boundary of Oakford includes Stuckeridge,
and is the mill stream Stoodleigh on the far valley,  Until this Mid Devon parish has its own category, this category is for
sites showing an operating address in the parish of Oakford or Stoodleigh. 

Please only suggest sites to this category that pertain to the Mid Devon parish of Oakford.
If the site does not correspond to parishes of Oakford or Stoodleigh, then consider one of the
sub-categories of, or links from the  Devon category instead.

Ogwell is the parish immediately to the south west of the market town of  Newton Abbot.  It is surrounded by parishes administered by
 Teignbridge District Council, namely  Ilsingtonto the north,  Bickington to the north west, 
  Abbotskerswell to the to the east,  Ipplepen to the south, with the parish of Denbury and Torbryan to the south west. 

Please only suggest sites to this category tree with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Ogwell or immediate viccinity. 
Until the latter has its own category, sites for parish of Denbury and Torbryan to the south west are welcome here.

Please suggest sites representing a business to the Business and Economy category, where pubs and restaurants are listed. 
However Inns offering overnight stays are listed in the Accommodation subcategory of the Travel and Tourist category with other holiday accommodation. 

Sites with addresses in more than Ogwell should be considered for the corresponding topic category under  Devon.

Okehampton, population 6000, is just outside the north-western boundary of the Dartmoor National Park, Devon, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Okehampton or the area bounded by and including Bridestowe, Bratton Clovelly, Northlew and Sampford Courtenay. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Devon
Otterton, population about 750, is a village south east of Exeter, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Otterton. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Ottery St Mary, population 8000, is a town north-east of Exeter, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Ottery St Mary or the area bounded by and including Allington, Tipton St John, West Hill and Talaton. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this category should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Paignton is a coastal town in south Devon, England. Together with Torquay and Brixham it forms the district of Torbay with a combined population of 135000.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites located in, or devoted entirely to, Paignton and Goodrington. Please note that, for the purposes of this directory, Galmpton and Churston Ferrers are included in the Brixham category. Marldon, Stoke Gabriel and Cockington have their own categories. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area (for example in Torquay and/or Brixham) should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, such as Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Torbay or Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon.
Parkham, population about 720, is a village south-west of Bideford, north Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Parkham. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Parracombe, population 320, is a village north-east of Barnstaple in Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Parracombe or the area bounded by and including Churchtown, Blackmoor Gate, Trentishoe, Hunters Inn and Martinhoe Cross, but not Martinhoe or Woody Bay which are in the Lynton and Lynmouth category. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Payhembury, population about 640, is a village north-west of Honiton, Devon, England.
Petrockstowe is a village west of the A386 from  Hatherleigh to  Great Torrington. within the  Torridge District.
Petrockstowe parish has the River Torridge in its southern boundary, as its flows from Sheepwash, and the 
West Devon parishes of Highampton and  Meeth then flows the east below the Torridge parish of Huish.
Merton is north east, and Peters Marland is directly north west.
Buckland Filleigh is west, and separates Petrockstowe from Sheepwash.
Until there are sufficient websites for their own category, this category
includes websites for Sheepwash, Buckland Filleigh and Peters Marland.

Please only suggest sites to this category that are specific to the locality of
Petrockstowe, Sheepwash, Buckland Filleigh and Peters Marland.
If the site does not correspond to this locality of Torridge District, then consider one of the
sub-categories of the  Devon category instead.

Plymouth sits in one of the largest natural harbours in the world. With a district population of 240000 it is the largest city on the south coast of England and an historic sea port.
Most websites listed in this category have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the city. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Plymouth. Please note that Plympton and Plymstock have their own categories. Places to the west of the Tamar are in Cornwall. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, eg: Regional/Europe/United/Kingdom/England/Devon/
Plympton is adjacent to and east of Plymouth in Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Plympton or Sparkwell or Hemerdon. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Plymstock, population about 24,100, is a largely residential suburb of Plymouth, England, but separated from it by the river Plym.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Plymstock or the area bounded by and including Brixton and Wembury. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United/Kingdom/England/Devon

This category is for sites about the village of Poltimore and the surrounding parish to include Huxham on the
east bank of the River Culm, south of Rewe, then south and west of the other  East Devon parish of  Broad Clyst,
then south to the boundary with Pinhoe.  The south west boundary meets the outskirts of the city of Exeter.

Please only suggest sites to this category that pertain to the East Devon parishes of Poltimore and Huxham.
Please suggest sites corresponding to the west of the River Exe to the  Stoke Canon category, or those
further east to  Broad Clyst category.  If the site does not correspond to one of these East Devon parishes
because it is further south, then consider one of the sub-categories of  Exeter category instead.

Princetown is a village east of Tavistock, in the Dartmoor National Park, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites which are based in, or devoted entirely to, Princetown or the area bounded by and including Two Bridges, Postbridge, Dartmeet and Hexworthy. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Princetown should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations,e.g. Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Rackenford, population 350, is a village between South Molton and Tiverton in Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Rackenford or the area bounded by and including Knowstone, Loxbeare, Roachill,Templeton and Ash Mill. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon Please note that Witheridge has its own category.
This category includes sites about hobbies, sports and participatory recreational activities specific to the county; including local recreation organisations, services, facilities and events. Businesses selling sporting or recreational goods are listed within Business_and_Economy/Shopping.
The title should be the company or organisation name. Do not type in all caps. Do not include a list of keywords. Do not include your products. Do not write a sales pitch. The description should be a brief summary of the organisation''s purpose, products or services. The description should be in English and in coherent sentence form. Do not include superlatives or a sales pitch. Do not submit your company history. Do not submit a list of keywords. Do not use unnecessary capitalisation, or include HTML tags.

Rockbeare is the parish in East Devon, separated from Exeter by Clyst Honiton. Rockbeare is the main village but the parish also include Marsh Green and Allercomnbe. Broad Clyst, Whimple, and Ottery St Mary, are to the north, and Aylesbeare is to the south.

Please submit sites with postal references within, or sites specifically about the parish of Rockbeare.

Rousdon is a village north of the western edge of the Jurassic Coast, between Axmouth and Uplyme, administered as a joint parish with Combpyne by East Devon District Council.  The parish includes Pinhay off the A3052, towards Lyme Regis, but not Shapwick which is within Uplyme parish.   The parish of Musbury separates Combpyne from Axminster to the north. 

Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, the East Devon parish of Combpyne Rousdon.  In the absence of a locality category for parishes of Axmouth and Musbury, those sites may also be listed here, but those with the postal town Axminster, may be listed there instead. 

Salcombe, population 2100, is south of Kingsbridge, south Devon, England.
Most websites listed in this category have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Salcombe or the area bounded by and including Malborough, South Pool, Kellaton and East Portlemouth. Please note that East Prawle has its own category. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, eg: Regional/Europe/United/Kingdom/England/Devon/
Sampford Peverell, population 1200, is a village 5 miles east of Tiverton, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Sampford Peverell or the area bounded by and including Holcombe Rogus, Burlescombe, Appledore, Uffculme, Uplowman and Hockworthy, but not Halberton which is in the Tiverton category. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
This category is for information and organisations related to the environment and scientific activities of the county of Devon. It is for websites which are related exclusively to the county or to more than one of the smaller geographic areas within it. Topics include the natural environment, scientific activities specific to the county, and both professional and amateur scientific organisations.

Seaton, population 6900, is a south coast town administered by East Devon District Council, between Axmouth and Beer.  Along its northern edge, the A3052 connects Seaton with the Devon capital, Exeter, and runs eastwards to Lyme Regis, via the village of Colyford, in the parish of Colyton

Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town of Seaton and rural area inland to Seaton Down, including the hamlet of Holyford.  Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, the parish of Seaton. In the absence of a locality category for the parish of Axmouth, those sites may also be listed here. Note however that sites for the area further east in the parish of Combpyne Rousdon are included in the Rousdon category.  Sites for Colyford, and the area inland should be listed Colyton

This category tree is for websites about or with addresses located within the coastal parish of Shaldon, population 1700, administered by Teignbridge District Council.

The village Shaldon is separated from parishes in the north, Bishopsteignton and Teignmouth, by the Teign estuary, but is served by a bridge on the A379. The north west of the parish includes the village of Ringmore, with the parish of Stokeinteignhead upstream, and stretching south towards Babbacombe Bay, and the boundary with Torbay at Maidencombe.

Most websites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality.  Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Shaldon or the area bounded by and including Ringmore, Combeinteignhead, Lower Gabwell and Higher Gabwell, but not Maidencombe which is in the Unitary Authority of Torbay. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should be considered for a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account locations of offices, eg. Devon: Business and Economy.

This category is for sites about, or showing contact details within, the South Hams parish of Shaugh Prior.

It also contains sites for the South Hams parish of Bickleigh which otherwise might be confused with the Mid Devon parish of the same name, south of Tiverton.  Hence this category includes sites north west of Cornwood and Sparkwell, South Hams, to the border with West Devon parishes of Sheepstor, Meavy, Buckland Monachorum to Bere Ferrers on Dartmoor in the north. To the south are the northern wards of Plymouth City Council, such as Plympton.

Shebbear, population 950, is a village in north-west Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Shebbear and the area bounded by and including Newton St. Petrock, Buckland Filleigh, Folly Cross, Bradford, and Gratton. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Shebbear should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United/Kingdom/England/Devon

This category tree is for websites about, or with addresses located within, the parish of Shillingford St Clyst which includes Shillingford Abbot, administered by  Teignbridge District Council.

The parish is south west of Exeter, with   Alphington, administered by the city of the Exeter, immediately north east, Teignbridge parish of Ide on its north boundary,  Exminster to the east, and the parish of  Kenn to the south.

This category is for the parish Shillingford St Clyst which includes Shillingford Abbot, administered by Teignbridge District Council, and should not be confused with the hamlet of the same name in North Devon, where sites can be suggested for the Bampton category instead. Sites for the Oxfodshire village of Shillingford, near Wallingford shoulm be sugested in the most suitable category of Oxfordshire.

Until there is a separate category for the Teignbridge parish of Ide, immediately north east of Shillingford St Clys, websites for ID may also nbe included in this category,

Shirwell, population about 360, is a village north of Barnstaple, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Shirwell. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Shirwell should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Sidbury is a village north of Sidmouth, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Sidbury. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Sidmouth, population 13500, is a coastal town east of Exeter, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Sidmouth or the area bounded by and including Colaton Raleigh, Hawkerland, Sidford and Salcombe Regis. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon

Silverton is a village 12km north of  Exeter, west of the M5, and of the A396 to  Tiverton.
The parish of Silverton extends north of the village across the Burn River to Overleigh between  Bickleigh and Butterleigh.
With these two parishes, Silverton is administered by Mid Devon District Council, along with  Halberton,
 whose western limits separate the parish from Tiverton on its north boundary.
The River Culm on the southern boundary, separates the East Devon parishes of Broad Clyst and Rewe.
The River Exe to the west is in the parish of Netherexe which separates Silverton fro the other Mid Devon parish of  Thorverton to the east.

Please only suggest sites to this category that pertain to the Mid Devon parish of Silverton.
Please suggest sites corresponding to the east to the  Bradninch category,
those north east, including Butterleigh, to the  Halberton category,
those north west to to the  Bickleigh category,
Please suggest sites corresponding to the west in the Exe Valley to locality  Stoke Canon
  representing East Devon parishes of Netherexe and Rewe.
Those corresponding to the locality south of the River Culm should be suggested to the  Broadclyst category.

Slapton, population 420, is a parish administerd by South Hams District Council, which stretches into Start Bay, west of Strete, south of Blackawton, east of East Allington and north of Stokenham. The village is protected from high sea levels by a barrier, from Torcross northwards to Strete, which separates the salt marshes of Slapton Ley from Slapton Sands.

Please only submit sites which are located in or entirely devoted to the parish of Slapton. Although the village of Slapton is inland, sites about Slapton Sands, should also be listed here.

This category includes sites that reflect the make up of the county's community: its people, its history, and resources and institutions that serve the county's people, such as social service organisations. Topics include clubs, social service organisations, resources, genealogy, history, personal pages, activism, animal welfare, politics, religion, and various sub-groups of the population.

Sourton, population 400, is the parish west of Okehampton, administered by West Devon Borough Council.  The south east boundary of the parish is within Dartmoor National Park, where there are lands common to the Parishes of Bridestowe and Sourton.  The West Devon parish of Lydford, is to the south, with Bridestowe, to the south west, Bratton Clovelly to the west, Beaworthy to the north west and Northlew to the north.

This category lists sites for the village and rural areas within the parish.

Please suggest sites here only if they show postal addresses within the parish, or they are of unique relevance to Sourton.

South Brent, population 3000, is to the north of the A38 expressway, between  Buckfastleigh and  Ivybridge.
with  Avonwick across the A38 south east, and  Ugborough to the south.
Dartmoor is to the north, and the parish of South Brent is included in the Dartmoor National Park.
The parish is administered by  South Hams District Council, and is separated from the  Teignbridge
parish of  Widecombe-in-the-Moor, by the parishes of Holne, West Buckfastleigh and Dean Prior.
(Until there are sufficient websites for their own categories, websites for these South Hams parishes are included here)
The parish of South Brent includes the hamlet of Rattery, east of the A38, and north of the A385, and Harbourne River,
east of  Dartington.
Please suggest websites to this category only if they show an address in, or are devoted entirely to the parish of
South Brent, including the area bounded by and including Aish, Harbourneford, Lutton, Rattery and Wrangaton.
Those corresponding to parishes of Holne, West Buckfastleigh and Dean Prior. north of South Brent may also be suggested here.
Those south of the A38 should be suggested to a sub-category of  Avonick or  Ugborough.
Those corresponding to north of Dartmeet should be considered for  Princetown,
    otherwiise consider suggesting the website to a sub-category at  county level.
South Molton, population 4300, is a town south-east of Barnstaple in Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, South Molton or the area bounded by and including Bishop''s Nympton, Romansleigh, George Nympton, Clapworthy, Filleigh, East Buckland and North Molton. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
South Tawton, population 1300, is a village between Exeter and Okehampton in Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, South Tawton or the area bounded by and including Taw Green and Spreyton. Please note that South Zeal has its own category. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
South Zeal is a village on the northern fringe of the Dartmoor National Park in Devon, England, a few miles east of Okehampton.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, South Zeal or the nearby village of Sticklepath. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon

This category is for sites about the village of Sowton, which lies to the east of the M5 and west of  Exeter Airport
The surrounding parish includes the M5, and the built-up area on the west which merges into the west boundary of
of  the city of Exeter.  The A30 joins the M5 to the north west of the village, passing east-west across the parish. 
The north of the A30 has been developed since the expansion of the airport.
The East Devon parish of   Broad Clyst is to the north,  Clyst Honiton to the east boundary, and Clyst St Mary to the south. 

Please only suggest sites to this category that pertain to the East Devon parish of Sowton

This category tree is for websites about, or with addresses located within, the parish of Starcross, administered by Teignbridge District Council.

Starcross's north boundary is with the parish of Kenton, then south along the west bank of the Exe estuary to the Conservation Area of Cockwood, within the parish of Dawlish. Inland to the west are the parishes of Marshead and Ashcombe.

Please suggest sites here only if they show postal addresses within the parish of Starcross, or they are of unique relevance to Starcross railway station, or the west bank of the Exe Estuary here.  This may include Mamhead, but for other localities, please try the most appropriate topical sub-category of Devon, until they have their own locality sub-category.

Staverton is a village north of the A384 from  Buckfastleigh to  Totnes.
The village is in the south of the South Hams parish of Staverton, on the north bank of the River Dart, which separates it from  Dartington.
The old South Devon Railway runs along the north bank, with the station and depot at the west of the village where a single vehicle
lane road at Staverton Bridge spans the Dart.  The south east parish boundary with Littlehempston in at the old Manor,
still in South Hams, and the River Hems forms the east boundary with the Teignbridge parishes of  Broadhempston, Woodland and  Ashburton.
At Ashburton the district boundary coincides with the A38, running south, until the River Dart flows under the A38,
from which the river is the boundary south, with the A384 and South Devon Railway inside the parish of Staverton.

Please suggest websites to this category only if they show an address in, or are exclusively about the parish of Staverton.
Those corresponding to north of the A38 should be suggested to a subcategory of  Ashburton.
Those corresponding to north of the River Hems, including the small Teignbridge parish of Woodland,
    should be suggested to the  Broadhempston category.
Until there are categories for Littlehempston and Berry Pomeroy, please suggest sites corresponding to this area,
    east of the River Dart north of  Ashprington and east of Totnes to a sub-category at  county level.
Sites corresponding to the area immediately south of the River Dart, including the South Hams parish of Rattery,
    should be suggested to the  Dartington category, even though they may have Totnes as the postal town.
This category is for sites about, or showing contact details within, the East Devon parish of Stockland.
It contains sites for the village and the rural areas to the boundary with the parishes of
Dalwood to the south,
Membury to the east,
Yarcombe and Upottery to the north,
Cotleigh, Monkton, Offwell and Widworthy, which separate it from the market town of Honiton to the west.

Please submit sites with postal references within, or sites specifically about the parish of Stockland, East Devon.

Stokenham, population 2100, is a village between Kingsbridge and Dartmouth in South Devon, England.
Please only submit websites located in, or devoted entirely to, Stokenham or the area bounded by and including Chillington, Beesands and Hallsands. Please note that Torcross has its own category.

This category is for sites about the village of Stoke Canon, east of  Brampford Speke. Here, until there are sufficient sites, with Stoke Canon are included the East Devon parishes, of Rewe, as well as along the Exe valley north, Nether Exe, where the River Exe flows from Mid Devon.

Please only suggest sites to this category that pertain to the East Devon parishes of
Stoke Canon, Rewe and Nether Exe.
Please suggest sites corresponding to the west of the River Exe to the Mid Devon,  Thorverton category,
or those further east to the Mid Devon,  Silverton category.

Stoke Fleming, population about 980, is a coastal village south west of Dartmouth, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Stoke Fleming or the area bounded by and including Strete and Blackpool. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Stoke Gabriel, population about 1230, is a village south-west of Paignton, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Stoke Gabriel. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon

Stoke Rivers is a village and small parish in the centre North Devon.
Stoke Rivers is west of  Brayford, south of  Bratton Fleming, west of Goodleigh, north of  Swimbridge and  East and West Buckland

Please suggest sites to this category with postal references within, or sites specifically about the
North Devon parish of Stoke Rivers .
If the site does not correspond to parish of Stoke Rivers, then consider one of the
sub-categories of, or links from the  Devon category instead.

Strete is a coastal parish at the northern end of Start Bay, administered by South Hams District Council, south of Stoke Fleming and Blackawton.  Start Bay stretches along Slapton Sands through the South Hams District parishes of Slapton, Stokenham which includes the village of Torcross before Beesands and Start Point.

This category is for sites about or with postal reference in the parish of Strete.  Although the village of Strete is at the northern tip, sites about Slapton Sands, should be listed in Slapton.

Swimbridge is a village five miles south-east of Barnstaple, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Swimbridge or the area bounded by and including Gunn, West Buckland, Heddon, Cobbaton and Hannaford. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Swimbridge should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United/Kingdom/England/Devon
Tavistock ,population 11200, is a town in west Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please , or devoted entirely to, Tavistock or the area bounded by and including Beardown, Merrivale, Horrabridge, Gunnislake and Milton Abbot. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United/Kingdom/England Regional/Europe/United/Kingdom/England/Devon
Tedburn St Mary, population about 1450, is a village west of Exeter, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Tedburn St Mary. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon

This category represents the localities in South Devon, south of  Dartmoor between  Torbay and  Exeter , administered by Teignbridge District Council..

Please do not suggest sites directly to this category.

Please decide which of the linked categories most accurately suites the source of the content,
and suggest to the most suitable sub-category there.
If you know three sites that correspond to a new locality in Devon, consider applying to be named editor
of the new category, making sure the title and descriptions comply with the Editing Guidlines?

Teignmout, population 15200, is a coastal town south of Exeter, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Teignmouth or Bishopsteignton, but not Dawlish which has its own category. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Thorverton, population about 930, is a village north of Devon, Exeter, England. It is a picturesque village with fresh water running down the side of the main street.
Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Thorverton. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Throwleigh, population 330, is a village east of Okehampton, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Throwleigh or the closely adjacent communities. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Throwleigh should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Thurlestone, population 870, is a seaside village west of Kingsbridge, Devon, England.
Please only submit sites which are located in, or entirely devoted to, Thurlestone or the area bounded by and including Buckland and South Huish. Please note that Bigbury (with Bigbury-on-Sea) has its own category.

This category contains sites pertaining to the Borough of Tiverton, within the Mid Devon District of Devon, which includes the town [OS Grid Ref. 295240,112680], surrounding hamlets and rural area, to Bampton in the north, Halberton in the east, Bickleigh to the south, and eastern parishes of Mid Devon.

Please submit sites specifically related to the Borough of Tiverton, to the appropriate sub-category here.  Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in Tiverton or within the boundary of the borough.  Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider the wider ranging category to take into account their overall locations, eg. Devon: Business and Economy.

Topsham is south-east of Exeter, on the river Exe within Exeter local authority area, but having its own Town Council.

Please only suggest sites for this category tree that include the history, economy, community or culture of Topsham,; with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to Topsham.  Note that Exton, south along the east bank of the Exe estuary, has it's own category, within the East Devon parish of Woodbury. Sites for Ebford are in the category for Clyst St George
Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Topsham should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, eg: here.

This category represents the former borough of Torbay, which became a Unitary Authority in 1998. 
Its main towns are Brixham, Paignton and Torquay, and the area is marketed as the 'English Riviera'.

Please note that new websites are rarely listed in this category, and if you wish to suggest a website,
please suggest it to the the most appropriate -linked Locality category tree instead
If you know that your site corresponds to the unitary authority of Torbay, but the existing localities are unacceptable,
then please suggest it to the most appropriate sub-category at county level,
ending your description with the name of the nearest village.
 
Better still, if you know three sites that correspond to a new locality within the Torbay Unitary Authority,
consider applying to be named editor of the new Locality category,
making sure the title and descriptions comply with the Editing Guidlines?
We regret that the categories for  Paignton and  Torquay are already too large for an editor's first application,
but please consider one of the topical categories of these localities as your first category to edit?
Torcross is a village between Kingsbridge and Dartmouth in South Devon, England.
Please only submit sites located in or entirely devoted to Torcross.
Torquay is a coastal town in south Devon, England. Together with Paignton and Brixham it is part of the district of Torbay with a combined population of about 135000.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Torquay or the area bounded by and including Maidencombe, Marychurch, Babbacombe, Compton, Torre and Shiphay, but not Paignton, Brixham or Cockington which have their own categories. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Torquay (for example in Paignton or Brixham) should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, for example Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Torbay or Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon.

This category represents the localities administered by Torridge District Council

This includes parishes between those of North Devon District and West Devon Borough,
from the Atlantic coast to down to  Dartmoor,
and includes  Lundy Island.

Please do not suggest sites directly to this category.

Please decide which of the linked categories most accurately suites the source of the content,
and suggest to the most suitable sub-category there.
If you know three sites that correspond to a new locality in Torridge Devon, consider applying to be named editor
of the new category, making sure the title and descriptions comply with the Editing Guidlines?

Totnes, population 8200, is a town in south Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Totnes or the area bounded by and including Littlehempston, Berry Pomeroy, Blagdon and Ashprington, but not Harberton, Dartington, or Harbertonford which have their own categories. Note that Cott and Staverton are in the Dartington category and Stoke Gabriel is in the Paignton category. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon.
This category includes links to websites for those travelling to and from, and within Devon.
This includes information and organisations related to airlines, airports, ferries, public transport, railways,
buses, coaches, shuttles, taxis, limousines, car rentals, roads, motorways, and traffic reports.
 
Where possible the major categories will be linked from here, such as
Exeter Airport has links back to the locality where it is based, ten miles east of Exeter,
The Transport category tree is for websites offering human transport.
Sites for transport of goods are listed in the 
Business and Economy: Shipping, Storage, and Logistics categories.

Please only suggest websites here if they have depots in more than one locality of Devon.
Otherwise, please sugest them to the locality where they are based.
In order to be listed the website must show a ‘bricks and mortar’ postal address.

This category includes sites for area attractions and resources for those travelling in the county, including tourist guides, but not accommodation which should be submitted to Accommodation or its sub-categories such as Hotels, Bed and Breakfast or Self-Catering. If the website relates to establishments in only one town or village then it should be submitted to that locality and is not suitable for listing at county level. Listing at county level is for web sites dealing with establishments at more than one location in the county.
Note that the category is only for sites which either relate to the whole (or a significant part of) the county, or relate to multiple localities within the county. If your site is related to a single locality in the county then it should be submitted to that locality (or one of its sub-categories if an appropriate one exists).

Sites which include information on a wider area than just Devon should be submitted to the lowest suitable location above Devon. This could be the South West Region, England or the UK. Deep links of any such sites will not be added to Devon.

Trentishoe is a hamlet on the cliffs above Elwill Bay on the north coast of Devon, west of the parish of Martinhoe, which is separated from the parish of Trentishoe by the River Heddon.  The parish of Trentishoe, stretches inland, around the parish of Parracombe to the south to Kentisbury, and west to Combe Martin, and is administered by North Devon District Council.

Please submit sites with specific references to the hamlet or coastal and rural areas within the parish of Trentishoe.

Trusham is a small parish north west of Chudleigh, surrounded by parishes of Ashton to the north, Christow and Hennock to the west, all administered by Teignbridge District Council.

Twitchen is a village in North Devon on the western boundary of  Exmoor
Twitchen gives its name to a small parish between  North MoltonBishop's Nympton and  Molland

Please suggest sites to this category with postal references within, or sites specifically about the
North Devon parish of Twitchen.
If the site does not correspond to parishes of Twitchen, then consider one of the
sub-categories of, or links from the  Devon category instead.

Uffculme, population about 2785, is a village about 9 miles east of Tiverton, Devon, England.
Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Uffculme or the area bounded by and including Craddock and Ashill. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon

This category contains sites about the history, community or culture of parish of Ugborough, having a population about 1660, in the South Hams district.  The parish is east of the town of Ivybridge, stretching southwards from Dartmoor, to the parish of Modbury, with Ermington to the west and South Brent to the north east.

Besides the village of Ugborough the parish includes Bittaford to the north of the A38 expressway, which is within the Dartmoor National Park. It includes Ugborough Beacon and Ugborough Moor stretching up to Harford Moor, in the next parish in the north west.

Please submit sites directly relevant to the parish of Ugborough, or the most appropriate subcategory.

Umberleigh is a village south of Barnstaple, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Umberleigh or the area bounded by and including Warkleigh, High Bickington, Langridgeford, Yarnscombe, Atherington and Chapelton. Please note that Chittlehampton has its own category. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/UnitedKingdom/England/Devon.

Uplyme is the most south eastern parish administered by East Devon District Council, with its boundary with Lyme Regis, Dorset.  The village is inland but the parish includes the Jurassic Coast Heritage Site from the county border at Underhill to Pinhay Bay, with the parish of Combpyne Rousdon to the east. Further inland is the parish of Musbury, then to the north, the parish of Axminster, which is also the postal town for Uplyme.

Upottery, pronounced Up Ottery, is a village nestling west of the River Otter flowing south from the Blackdown Hills. 
Although the village centre is small, its many outlying farms and hamlets make Upottery a large parish,
.

Please only suggest sites to this category that pertain to the East Devon parish of Upottery.
Please suggest sites corresponding to the north east of the hamlet of Smeatharpe to the appropriate sub-category of  Somerset
Websites corresponding to the north east of the airfield should be suggested to the Mid Devon parish of  Hemyock category, or:
west.of Luppitt to the  Dunkeswell, south west of Monkton to the  Honiton, or south of Northleigh to the  Colyton.

If the site does not correspond to one of these East Devon parishes because it is further west,
then consider one of the sub-categories of  Devon category instead.

This category is for sites about the village of Upton Pyne. and the surrounding East Devon parish, north of  Exeter.
Upton Pyne is the most eastern parish administered by the East Devon District Council, with the Mid Devon District Council parishes of   Newton St Cyres, to the east, Shobrooke to the north west, and of  Thorverton to the north east.
Along Upton Pyne's eastern boundary is the East Devon parish of  Brampford Speke, with the River Exe forming the south boundary with Exeter.

Please only suggest sites to this category that pertain to the parish of Upton Pyne,
north of the River Exe boundary of Exeter, within the East Devon District Council.
The parish includes sites east of the village to the parish boundary with  Brampford Speke, or south of
the boundary with Mid Devon Dictrict Council, then north west of the village towards Shute, around Nettacott.

Walkhampton is a Dartmoor village in West Devon, north east of Yelverton.

This category caters for sites within the modern parish of Walkhampton, to its boundary in the north with Princetown, and other localities within the parish of Dartmoor Forest to the east, down to its southern boundary with Sheepstor.

The category includes sites for Dousland, but rural sites further to the south west, such as Burrator are included in the Meavy or Buckland_Monachorum, Horrabridge and Sampford Spiney to the west.

Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the parish.

Please only suggest sites which are based in or devoted entirely to Walkhampton. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Walkhampton should be considered for a more suitable sub-category of Devon.

Washfield is a village 3km north west of  Tiverton, in the parish of Washfield with its east boundary
along the River Exe, and its southern boundary approximately along the A361 main road from Tiverton to North Devon.
The north boundary is with the Stoodleigh, the parish separated from  Exmoor by  Oakford.

Until the Mid Devon parish of Loxbeare to the south west has its own category,
this category is for sites showing an operating address in the parishes of Loxbeare and Washfield.
Where appropriate sites for the Mid Devon parish of Templeton may be listed here. 

Please only suggest sites to this category that are relevant to the Mid Devon parish of Washfield.
Sites corresponding to localities east of the Exe, and to the south west should be considered for  Tiverton,
whereas for those further west should be considered for the  Rackenford category or other locilities in North Devon.
If the site does not correspond to parishes of Oakford, Loxbeare or Templeton, then consider one of the
sub-categories of, or links from the  Devon category instead.

This category is for information and organisations related to the weather in Devon. It contains only websites that are related exclusively to the county. Topics include weather conditions, allergy and smog reports, disaster preparedness, extreme weather reports, and ultraviolet forecasts.
Wembury, population about 2900, is a village east of Plymouth, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Wembury. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Wembury should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Westleigh, population 400, is a village north-east of Bideford, Devon, England. Note that there is another village called Westleigh near Tiverton, and a village called West Leigh near Winkleigh.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in Westleigh. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Westleigh should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Westward Ho! is a village near Bideford, on the north coast of Devon, England. Westward Ho! is normally spelt with an exclamation mark, as here, but the mark cannot be included in the Directory listing for technical reasons.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Westward Ho! but not Northam or Appledore which have their own categories. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon.

West Anstey is an inland parish in the south western edge of the Exmoor National Park, and is administered by North Devon District Council.  It is enclosed by the North Devon parish of Molland to the west and East Anstey, to the east, with the county border with Exmoor parishes of Somerset to the north. This category includes sites for the village of West Anstey, and sites for moorland farms and dwellings southwards to the hamlet of Yeo Mill.

Please suggest sites to this category with postal references within, or sites specifically about the
North Devon parish of West Anstey
If the site does not correspond to West Anstey, then consider one of the
sub-categories of, or links from the   Exmoor or  Devon category instead.

This category represents the localities administered by West Devon Borough Council

This includes parishes of Devon, north of  Plymouth along the boundary with Cornwall, namely: 
Beres Ferrers to  Lifton.
Also along South Hams boundary east from  Buckland Monachrum to Dartmoor Forest
to include Dartmeet, then north to include  Chagford and
Drewsteignton on the district boundary with  Teignbridge and  Mid Devon,
then further north to Bondleigh which shares its boundary with Mid Devon
and Torridge District Council.
North west from Lifton the boundary of West Devon includes:
Stowford, Thrushelton, Germansweek,  BeaworthyNorthlewHatherleigh and  Meeth.
Then south east through Iddesleigh, Broadwoodkelly, Bondleigh,  North Tawton, Spreyton
and Drewsteignton,

Please do not suggest sites directly to this category.

Please decide which of the linked categories most accurately suites the source of the content,
and suggest to the most suitable sub-category there.
If you know three sites that correspond to a new locality in West Devon, consider applying to be named editor
of the new category, making sure the title and descriptions comply with the Editing Guidlines?

West Down, population about 600, is a village between Barnstaple and Ilfracombe, north Devon, England.
Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to West Down or the nearby hamlet of Bittadon. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Whimple, population about 1670, is a village east of Exeter, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Whimple. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Whitestone is the Teignbridge parish directly west of Exeter, bypassed by the A30 along its south boundary. 
Its northern boundary forms the boundary with Mid Devon, namely  Newton St CyresCrediton and its hamlets.. 
This category is for sites showing an operating address in the parish of Whitestone, which includes Nadderwater,
Halsfordwood and rural area including Whitestone Wood, north and west,
but excluding Pathfinder Village which is in the Teignbridge parish of  Tedburn St Mary

Please only suggest sites to this category that pertain to the Teignbridge parish of Whitestone
If the site does not correspond to Whitestone parish, then consider one of the sub-categories of,
or links from the  Devon category instead.

Widecombe-in-the-Moor (population 600)is a popular tourist village in the centre of the Dartmoor National Park in Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Widecombe-in-the-Moor or Ponsworthy, Dunstone, Cator and the isolated communities within a radius of about three miles. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United/Kingdom/England Regional/Europe/United/Kingdom/England/Devon
Willand, population about 2773, is a village about 7 miles east of Tiverton, Devon, England.
Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Willand. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Winkleigh, population 1300, is a village north of Okehampton, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Winkleigh. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Witheridge, population about 1200, is a village between Exeter and South Molton, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Witheridge. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this locality should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Village SE of Exeter and near to the coast at Exmouth.
Please only submit sites about Woodbury to this category.

Woolacombe is a west coast resort popular with surfers, west of Ilfracombe, in the parish Mortehoe, administered by North Devon District Council. To the south is the coastal parish of Georgeham, with West Down inland and Ilfracombe, along the north coast to the east.

Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of Mortehoe parish.  Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or solely devoted to Woolacombe or the area bounded by the parish of Mortehoe, including Willingcott.  Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of the locality should consider submitting to a more suitable and topical category to take into account their overall locations, eg. Devon: Business and Economy.

Yarcombe is a village nestling west of the Yarty Valley with its steep rolling meadows and ancient woods on the south edge of the Blackdown Hills. 
Although the village centre is small, with its historical Norman church, old inn with monastical roots, hotel and a cluster of houses,
its many outlying farms and hamlets make Yarcombe a large parish with a very active community.

Please only suggest sites to this category that pertain to the East Devon parish of Yarcombe.
Please suggest sites corresponding to the east of the hamlet of Crawley to the appropriate sub-category of  Dorset
namely east of River Yarty north, or south.to the  Stockland category, or west.to the  Upottery category,
If the site does not correspond to one of these East Devon parishes because it is further west,
then consider one of the sub-categories of  Devon category instead.

Yealmpton, population about 1990, is a village east of Plymouth, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in or devoted entirely to Yealmpton or the area bounded by and including Torr and Dunstone. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of Yealmpton should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon
Yelverton, Devon, England, lies on the A.386 on the western edge of the Dartmoor National Park. It is partly dormitory village for nearby Plymouth and partly gateway to the tourist areas on Dartmoor to the East and in the Tamar Valley to the West.

Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the town and nearby villages. Please only suggest sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to the town of Yelverton. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside the town should be considered for a more suitable sub-category of Devon instead.

Zeal Monachorum, population 400, is a village between Barnstaple and Exeter, Devon, England.
Most sites listed in this category have to do specifically with the economy, history, community or culture of the village. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or solely devoted to, Zeal Monachorum or the area bounded by and including Bow, Burston, Down St Mary, Oldborough and Copplestone. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United Kingdom/England/Devon