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1764 British Jug at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Big harvest jugs were a speciality of the potteries in the Barnstaple-Bideford area in north Devon. Traditionally, cider was brought out to thirsty harvesters in the fields. A compass design was often incised through the white clay slip of these jugs. This reflects the maritime importance of these West Country towns."

1764 British Jug at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Big harvest jugs were a speciality of the potteries in the Barnstaple-Bideford area in north Devon. Traditionally, cider was brought out to thirsty harvesters in the fields. A compass design was often incised through the white clay slip of these jugs. This reflects the maritime importance of these West Country towns."

Visit the ‘Little Switzerland of England’ on the North Devon Coast | Visit the ‘Little Switzerland of England’ on the North Devon Coast » Visit England.   Travel through the rolling Devon countryside aboard the Woody Bay Railway, enjoy a delicious cream tea at Dartington Crystal and visit the bustling town of Barnstaple, all from your base in spectacular Lynton. devon

Visit the ‘Little Switzerland of England’ on the North Devon Coast | Visit the ‘Little Switzerland of England’ on the North Devon Coast » Visit England. Travel through the rolling Devon countryside aboard the Woody Bay Railway, enjoy a delicious cream tea at Dartington Crystal and visit the bustling town of Barnstaple, all from your base in spectacular Lynton. devon

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Royal Marines Base Chivenor, is a British military base used primarily by 3 Commando Brigade. It is situated on the northern shore of the River Taw estuary, adjacent to the South West Coast Path, on the north coast of Devon, England. The nearest towns are Barnstaple and Braunton.

Royal Marines Base Chivenor, is a British military base used primarily by 3 Commando Brigade. It is situated on the northern shore of the River Taw estuary, adjacent to the South West Coast Path, on the north coast of Devon, England. The nearest towns are Barnstaple and Braunton.

Clean and tidy 2 bed terraced cottage close to amenities and Bideford town centre is only a 5-10 min walk away - £125,000  #bideford #cottage #house #northdevon #devon #southwest #uk #market #garden #town #estateagent #realestate #realtor #home #property #northam #barnstaple

Clean and tidy 2 bed terraced cottage close to amenities and Bideford town centre is only a 5-10 min walk away - £125,000 #bideford #cottage #house #northdevon #devon #southwest #uk #market #garden #town #estateagent #realestate #realtor #home #property #northam #barnstaple

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Barnstaple Town F.C.

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A parent of a pupil at the Park Community School in Barnstaple has aired concerns that there will be no direct bus from Roundswell as of next week.

A parent of a pupil at the Park Community School in Barnstaple has aired concerns that there will be no direct bus from Roundswell as of next week.

Exploring Barnstaple. "The walker soon gets a sense of the evolution of Barnstaple, from its early days as a planned and fortified medieval town, through its development as a port and market town and into the modern era of planning problems and regional shopping centres." A two mile circular walk - this guide contains many photographs, old and new, and an aerial view of the town centre in the centre spread.

Exploring Barnstaple. "The walker soon gets a sense of the evolution of Barnstaple, from its early days as a planned and fortified medieval town, through its development as a port and market town and into the modern era of planning problems and regional shopping centres." A two mile circular walk - this guide contains many photographs, old and new, and an aerial view of the town centre in the centre spread.

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