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You can see the latest reports and Ofsted scores for Honiton HERE.
The latest 2011 census gives Honiton’s population as 11,000.
20 minutes from the M5 and a short drive to the picturesque Devon coast and Jurassic Coast Heritage Site, Honiton also sits close the Dartmoor, another area of outstanding natural beauty. The nearest airport is located just 16 minutes away at Exeter. Honiton also benefits from a mainline train station with routes to London via Exeter.
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Completing your Honiton removals is only the first step to making yourselves at home. To help get you started here’s our pick of the best that Honiton has to offer;
This charming café and patisserie shines a light only local producers and bakes its bountiful goodies on site. Whether it’s a chunky toastie, fresh soup or rich cake, this is Honiton at its best!
With 50 years of experience, Real Wood Furniture design and manufacture Celtic oak and pine furniture with rustic, contemporary, traditional ranges for every room.
The Little Shop of Seasons does exactly what it says on the tin, it’s packed with gifts, ornaments and more for every season and occasion. Ever changing, it’s always worth popping in to browse.
If you’re a fan of a relaxing glass, this excellent wine store with its friendly and knowledgeable staff will help broaden your wine horizons and stocks local wines and bottles from around the world.
With over 20,000 rare and antiquated books in stock, this Aladdin’s cave of the printed word also has wonderful antique trinkets and ephemera making every trip a real treat.
Small in stature, Honiton punches well above its weight for history, interest and amenities. Honiton lace is famous the world over, Queen Victoria’s wedding dress was made from Honiton lace and it was this very dress that created the tradition of brides wearing white.
There are a number of historical sites in the area and the town’s rich architecture gives a taste of the town’s boom years when at various times it was renowned for textiles and pottery. Today it has a number of excellent antique shops, cafes and independent stores.
History buffs will find much to explore. From an Iron Age hill fort and Roman occupancy to the period of prosperity during the 1800s. There are a number of annual events, an agriculture show, the wonderfully eccentric and unique Hot Pennies Festival, Guy Fawkes celebrations, Honiton even has its own traditional town crier. Dartmoor and the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site are also within easy reach for photographers, artists and walkers.
Unspoilt by the larger chain stores, Honiton is just 20 minutes from the M5 and 15 minutes from Exeter where you’ll find all the big high street brand names, a cinema and theatre. Honiton also has a train station with routes to Cardiff, London, Bath and Bristol, and benefits from proximity to Exeter International Airport.