Exbourne

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Exbourne

Exbourne is a village and civil parish in the English county of Devon. It lies in West Devon, about 5 miles north of Okehampton. It lies in a primarily agricultural location and the local parish council represents both Exbourne and nearby Jacobstowe. The population of the ward which represents Exbourne and all surrounding villages was 1,695 at the 2011 census.[1]

There is a Church of England Primary School which has three classes with about sixty children on roll.

The public house is called the 'Red Lion' has undergone an extensive work to make it the heart of the village once again.

There is an eco-friendly underground shop and post office (opened 2012), which has been funded though grants and local funding.

A garage and car workshop (RB Tyres) lies at the crossroads with the A3072.

Kieran Jack's family have a second house here and they regularly meet for family gatherings

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Media related to Exbourne at Wikimedia Commons

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ward population 2011. Retrieved 17 Feb 2015".
  2. ^ "Exbourne Ward merge with North Tawton Ward. May 2015".

Coordinates: 50°48′N 3°59′W / 50.800°N 3.983°W / 50.800; -3.983