|Littlehempston shown within Devon|
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The village has many old fashioned cottages and buildings. Its church is on the hill within the village and is near to where a footpath begins, taking walkers through two miles of fields and woodland to Totnes.
The village has two public houses. The Tally Ho is in the centre of the village, just below the church; and The Pig & Whistle is on the A381 road to Totnes.
There is also a public phone box and noticeboard, located next to the post box just in front of a brook which eventually leads to the River Dart.
- William Vallance Whiteway, QC KCMG (1 April 1828 – 24 June 1908), politician and three time Premier of Newfoundland, was born at Buckyette in the parish.
- Gerald Hine-Haycock, former ITN and BBC News Correspondent; HTV West and BBC West programme presenter, lives at Hempstone Park in the village, and he and his wife, Judy, provide bed-and-breakfast accommodation there.
- Keith Law, Songwriter for Velvett Fogg, lived in the village.
- Office for National Statistics : Census 2001 : Parish Headcounts : South Hams Retrieved 27 January 2010
- "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N547-JR8 : accessed 27 Dec 2013), Wm Valance Whiteway, 04 Sep 1828.
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