The old part of Marldon
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Marldon is a village in the South Hams in Devon, United Kingdom, to the north-west of Paignton. It is the most northeasterly Civil Parish in the South Hams and includes the village of Compton with Compton Castle. Beacon Hill transmitting station is on the highest point in the parish.
Marldon is an active community with many clubs and groups meeting regularly.
Two walking trails pass through the village:
Notable former residents
- Robert Adams (1810–1870), inventor of the double-action revolver
- Elizabeth Goudge (1900–1984), writer, lived at Westerland from 1939 to 1950. A number of her books were set in the area.
- Ray Tolchard (1953–2004), cricketer and umpire
- "Usual Resident Population". Retrieved 7 September 2017.
- Parishes in the South Hams Archived 24 September 2015 at the Wayback Machine (retrieved 30 November 2014)
- Marldon by John Stabb (retrieved 30 November 2014)
- South Hams Local Plan Review 1995-2011 Part 2: Dartmouth and Totnes - East Area, p44 (retrieved 30 November 2014)
- "Apple Pie fair" (retrieved 30 November 2014]
- Marldon village website (retrieved 30 November 2014]
- John Musgrave Heritage Trail (retrieved 17 December 2014]
- Walk 80 - T for three ... and John Musgrave Archived 17 December 2014 at the Wayback Machine (retrieved 17 December 2014]
- Elizabeth Goudge, the Marldon years (retrieved 30 November 2014)