Black Torrington

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Black Torrington Church.

Black Torrington is a village and civil parish in north Devon, England, situated between the towns of Holsworthy and Hatherleigh. It is situated on and named after the River Torridge.

Within the village is a small but well maintained 15th century Church of England parish church named after St Mary. There is also a Church of England run primary school adjacent to the church.

The church is of medieval origin, with a 14th-century chancel, with much of the rest dating from about 1500.

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Coordinates: 50°49′N 4°11′W / 50.817°N 4.183°W / 50.817; -4.183