Mid Devon

Properties and events in Mid Devon

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Bampton Open Tower (Devon)

St Michael & All Angels Church, Station Road, Bampton, Tiverton, Devon, EX16 9NA
In person
Pre-booking preferred

A chance to find out what happens in Bampton's bell tower - tour of the tower, demonstrations, displays and a chance to ring a bell yourself.

Hemyock Castle, Devon

Hemyock Castle, Culmstock Road, Hemyock, Devon, EX15 3RJ
Online & In person
Pre-booking not required

Self-Guided Tours: See the rare surviving ruins of Hemyock's moated medieval castle: Remains of gatehouse archway, towers, curtain-walls and moat which surround the older manor house. Grounds, Interpretation Centre, Cider-Press, Farmyard displays

John Greenway Chapel and John Greenway Close Almshouses

John Greenway Close, Gold Street, Tiverton, Devon, EX16 6QF
In person
Pre-booking not required

Visit our John Greenway historic grade II listed chapel and the almshouse site which is tucked away behind. Refreshments will be served and visitors can have a look around and hear about the history of the buildings.

Newton St Cyres Church & Tower Guided Tours, Devon

Newton St Cyres Church, Church Lane, Newton St Cyres, Exeter, Devon, EX5 5BH
In person
Pre-booking required

Our History Group will take you on guided tours of this Grade I Listed church, from the earliest history (12th century) and, for some, a climb up the 80 steps of the Bell Tower to the roof!

Spiceland Quaker Meeting House

Spicelands, Uffculme, Cullompton, Devon, EX15 3AZ
In person
Pre-booking not required

Visit Spiceland's historic 200 year old Quaker Meeting House and the burial ground which came into use around 1680. Find out more about the history of Quakers and Quakers in the 21st Century.

St Mary's Church, Hemyock

St. Marys Church, Castle Hill, Hemyock, Devon, EX15 3RQ
In person
Pre-booking not required

St Mary's Church in Hemyock has a record that Thomas de Hydon was Rector from 1268 and in the 1300s a separate chantry chapel was dedicated to St Katherine by St Peter d'Uvedale and his wife Margaret who owned the adjacent Hemyock Castle.

The Highways and Byways of Bampton

Bampton Heritage & Visitor Centre, Station Road, Station Road, Bampton, Devon, EX16 9NG
In person
Pre-booking not required

A special exhibition of maps centred on Bampton, Devon from 1579 to the present day with displays about Turnpikes, Mail Coaches and the Railway.