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Families moving to the area can view the latest Ofsted scores for Tiverton HERE.
At the time of the 2011 You.Gov census Tiverton had a population of 21,000.
6 miles from the M5, Tiverton lies in the heart of the Devon countryside. By car it’s a 28-minute hop to Taunton and 29 minutes to Exeter where you’ll find the nearest airport. Tiverton doesn’t have a train station (within the town) so busses are required for train routes to Bristol, Cardiff, while the fastest journey time to London is 1 hour and 52 minutes.
The best source for local news and events is DevonLive.
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Having completed your Tiverton removals, it’s time to explore this picturesque town. Here’s our rundown of the best Tiverton has to offer;
Sitting in a beautiful Grade 2 listed building, Frou Frou Bistro is both pleasing on the eye and the palate. Local produce, fresh baked bread, fine wines and cocktails. A treat any time of the day!
There is no finer place than the South West to sample great cider, and there are few finer than Aston Manor Brewery. Right on your doorstep, cider simply doesn’t get better than this!
Making hand-crafted jewellery, glass beads, artwork, lighting and gifts, Avo is a fantastic, independent store. They even offer glass shops if you fancy giving it a go?
A short drive east, Halberton sell farm fresh produce, fruit and vegetables, dairy products, there’s a meat counter and even a delicious café, all in stunning surroundings.
In the heart of the Devon countryside, surrounded by pretty villages and fantastic scenery, Tiverton is a historic town with independent shops and fantastic eateries. The town boasts a farmers’ market and busy social calendar with festivals, events and even a hot air balloon company if you want to take the trip of a lifetime.
As well as plenty of great places to eat, there are a number of vineyards and farm shops for committed foodies to explore, plus a monthly farmers market. If you feel the need to burn off a few calories there’s a 3km tree trail which is suitable for bikes, dog walks and running. There’s also the Great Western Canal Country Park, a wide-open expanse for exercise, ball games or picnics that runs beside the canal, another lovely place to take a stroll.
Historians are spoilt for choice with a number of castles and historic sites in the area. There are a number of historic houses open to the public and traditional lace shop and museum. You can also have a good chuckle at a regular comedy night.
If Joe Wicks isn’t your thing you can join others at Tiverton Leisure Centre with tennis courts, swimming pool, football pitches, gym and regular classes.
Close to the M5 and equidistant from Exeter and Taunton (both under 30 minutes by car), Tiverton sits in idyllic countryside but is surprisingly well-connected for such a quaint and picturesque spot. The nearest airport is Exeter. Tiverton Parkway Train Station sits beside the M5 (a bus ride from the town) and trains to London Waterloo take 1 hour and 52 minutes.