Dartington

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Coordinates: 50°27′04″N 3°42′36″W / 50.451129°N 3.709928°W / 50.451129; -3.709928

Dartington
Cott inn.jpg
The Cott Inn, dating from 1320
Dartington is located in Devon
Dartington
Dartington
 Dartington shown within Devon
Population 1,917 (2001 census)
District South Hams
Shire county Devon
Region South West
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town TOTNES
Postcode district TQ9
Dialling code 01803
Police Devon and Cornwall
Fire Devon and Somerset
Ambulance South Western
EU Parliament South West England
UK Parliament Totnes
List of places
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England
Devon

Dartington is a village in Devon, England. Its population is 1,917.[1] It is located west of the River Dart, south of Dartington Hall and about two miles (3 km) from Totnes. Dartington is home to an obsolete cider press (now the centrepiece of a shopping centre named for it[2]), the Cott Inn, a public house dating from 1320, and Dartington Hall.

Education[edit]

Dartington Church

Famous people[edit]

  • David Gawen Champernowne (1912 – 2000), economist and mathematician. Dartington Hall was the family seat. He is buried in Dartington church.

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