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Newton Abbot

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Devon : Newton Abbot
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Newton Abbot is a market town in Devon, England. It runs alongside the River Teign, and has a population of about 25,000.


  • St. Leonard's Tower in the centre of Newton Abbot.
  • Forde House
  • Bradley Manor[1]
  • Tucker's Maltings - the only UK brewery open to the public.
  • Railway Museum


  • Cheese and Onion Fayre, originally held on 5th ,6th and 7th November.


  • Farmers market, on Wednesday mornings.
  • Market days are on Wednesday and Saturday in Market Square.



  • The Cider Bar on East Street is a historical monument to cider-only pubs serving a good range of real ciders . Make sure to have a pint of Eric's Farmhouse Rough.


Get out[edit]

  • Newton Abbot is just 5 miles from the coast at Teignmouth and Torquay. Travelling north west, visit Dartmoor National Park,[2] again just a few miles from the town.
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