Georgeham shown within Devon
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The hamlet of Cross lies between Georgeham and Croyde.
Georgeham is an historic village lying close to some of the most dramatic beaches of the North Devon Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty which are flanked by the rocky headlands of Baggy Point and Saunton Down.
Pronunciation is a controversial issue.[according to whom?] Traditionalists maintain that there is in fact an emphasis on both the syllables George and ham. Others, usually outsiders who do not originally come from North Devon, believe there to be no pronunciation on the ham, thus making it sound George- um.
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