Cullompton: This popular town is affectionately known as “Cully” by the locals, and is steeped in history dating back to eras such as the Romans and Saxons. Manufacturing has been a great source of economy for the area, starting with many cottage industries in the 15th century.

Even today there are paper and flour mills. The three original mills named higher, lower and middle mill have either been turned into residential dwellings or in the case of middle mill, only a few remains can be found. Due to the history the main area of the town is a designated conservation area, the only one in Mid-Devon.

There are two supermarkets in the town, and every month there is a local farmers market, popular among the residents this is not to be missed. Other amenities include a variety of shops, cafes, and pubs. Not too far is the popular Padbrook Park Hotel, Golf and Country Club. Cullompton has its own Football, Rugby and Cricket teams and other sports facilities are also available.

With easy access to commuter routes, and good primary and secondary schools, there really is no reason to look further for a convenient place to live.