Halberton

Country-Park-Canal.jpg#asset:1619810This delightful village is home to just over 2,000 residents, and is divided in to the higher town and lower town. It is separated by the mill stream and pond. Unusually, the pond is fed by warm springs and never freezes. 

Halberton Parish is a large parish covering Tiverton almost up to the Somerset border and has a beautiful 14th Century church. The primary school is well attended by the local children and was originally built in 1844, and has, like many other schools of its time, seen many changes over the years.

The Grand Western Canal still runs through the village, and many picturesque walks can be enjoyed soaking up the views of the local countryside.

From the centre of the village, there is a link road to Willand village. However, you don't have to travel too far before meeting the main A361 and shortly after that join the M5. In the next village, Sampford Peverell, there is also the train station with main line routes to Exeter and east to London.

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