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
This category is for websites that are related exclusively to business and economic activities with an address in the area, including individual businesses and institutions and professional bodies. Businesses which also have branches in other localities should be submitted to a category which includes all of those localities, for example Devon. Businesses related to travel and tourism, including accommodation, should be submitted to the Travel and Tourism category.
The Education category is for establishments, information and organizations related to education in this locality. It contains websites that are related exclusively to the area. Topics include schools, colleges and all kinds of educational institutions, programs, opportunities, and resources. Alumni and reunion groups are also listed here. Please note that websites about dance and music education are not listed here, but are listed instead in the Arts and Entertainment category.
This category is for information and organisations related to recreation and sports in South Molton. It contains websites that are related exclusively to the locality. Topics include individual sports, team sports, hobbies, and recreational activities.
This category is for information and organisations related to the history, culture, and people of South Molton. It contains websites that are related exclusively to the locality.
Topics include clubs, social service organisations, resources, genealogy, history, personal pages, activism, animal welfare, politics, religion, and various sub-groups of the population.
This category includes sites for area attractions and resources for those travelling in the locality, including tourist guides.