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Churston Ferrers shown within Devon
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Churston Ferrers is a historic civil parish within Torbay, in Devon, England. It contains the two villages of Churston, a coastal village, and the now larger Galmpton. It is situated in between Paignton and Brixham.
The village golf club's president is the Welsh former snooker world number one, Ray Reardon. Churston Court Inn dates to the 12th century and is a Grade I listed building. Within the parish, off the Brixham Road, is situated Lupton House, a Palladian Country house.
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