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Newtown Abbot has a population of 25,000 according to the 2011 You.Gov census.
Overlooking the Jurassic Coast and a short distance from Torquay, Paignton and Exeter, Newton Abbot has one major road, the A380. Trains to London can take just 2 hours and 32 minutes. The nearest international airport is at Exeter.
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It starts with your Newton Abbot removals but you’ll soon be living like a local. To help you ‘go native’ we’ve picked the very best Newton Abbot has to offer;
A great afternoon out, there’s a play area for kids, delicious café, farm shop selling the best local produce, award winning butchers, all surrounded by stunning countryside.
You simply can’t get more ‘local’ than enjoying a glass of cider at Ye Olde Cider Bar. A veritable temple dedicated to the worship of the world’s finest apple inspired beverage!
Stock up in style. No matter what the occasion, family celebration, Sunday brunch or just filling up the kitchen with your favourite treats, this amazing deli is packed with flavour!
The lovely team at Nature’s Bounty are on a mission to improve your quality of life naturally. Specialising in health and wellness they have a large selection of products and a treatment room.
This historic town knows how to enjoy itself. There is a packed events calendar with a number of festivals throughout the year, many of which revolve around food and drink. Perhaps the pinnacle of these is the Cheese & Onion Fair (also known as the Autumn Fair) when pasties are paraded through the streets. Yes, they take their pasties very seriously!
Sitting in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Newton Abbot benefits from both Dartmoor National Park and the Jurassic Coast. You really will be spoilt for choice with stunning countryside to explore in every direction, which has inspired artists for generations.
This historic town is a real favourite for food lovers. Packed with amazing producers, cafes and delis, if you enjoy the flavours of the South West, you’ll love Newton Abbot.
Newton Abbot’s market can be traced back over 750 years and while the town gets its name from the medieval abbey, evidence has dated the area to the Iron Age. There are a number of historic sites of significant interest for budding history buffs.
There is also a cinema, active amateur-dramatics scene, art clubs and various societies to get involved in.
Within easy driving distance of Torquay, Paignton and Exeter, the main route in and out of Newton Abbot is the A380. There is a mainline station and trains to London take in excess of 2 hours and 30 minutes. If you’re flying, the nearest airport is Exeter International.