The centre of Cadeleigh village.
Cadeleigh shown within Devon
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Cadeleigh is a small village in the county of Devon in England. It sits in the hills above the valley of the River Exe and is about 15 km (9 miles) north of Exeter and 6 km (4 miles) southwest of Tiverton.
There is a single public house in Cadeleigh, which is called the Cadeleigh Arms.
Between 1885 and 1963 Cadeleigh also had a railway station, although it was actually located much closer to the nearby village of Bickleigh (in fact, the railway station was named "Cadeleigh and Bickleigh" before 1906).
- Stabb, John (1908) Some Old Devon Churches, (1908-16)
- Hoskins, W. G. (1954) Devon
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- The Cadeleigh Arms