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barnstaple office

105 - 106 Boutport Street
EX31 1SY

Tel: (01271) 371234
Fax: (01271) 371237

Barnstaple office

Opening Hours:
Monday - Friday : 9am - 6pm
Saturday : 9am - 4pm
Sunday : 10am - 12pm

The thriving market town of Barnstaple offers both modern conveniences and traditional charm and quaint narrow streets. There is the old pannier market as well as modern shopping centres with many major chain stores as well as locally run businesses.

Barnstaple has a college of higher education, secondary and primary schools. The Tarka line train station gives access to the City of Exeter, whilst the A361 North Devon link road connects to the M5 motorway.

There is an impressive 13th Century bridge which spans the river Taw. The town has an approximate population of 28,000 and has its own hospital, well equipped leisure centre, museum, library, theatre and cinema. Popular villages nearby include Instow, Braunton and Croyde with Exmoor National Park a short car journey away.

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bideford office

5 Bridgeland Street
Devon EX39 2PS

Tel: (01237) 479999
Fax: (01237) 424848

Bideford office

Opening Hours:
Monday - Friday : 9am - 6pm
Saturday : 9am - 4pm
Sunday : 10am - 2pm

The port and market town of Bideford offers its inhabitants an excellent range of shopping and leisure facilities with all major High Street shops and banks.

The thriving town offers a choice of infant/junior schools and a secondary school together with medical centres, library and local art gallery. Access to the regional centre of North Devon, Barnstaple, is easily accessible via the North Devon Link Road.

Bideford is close to the coastal resort of Westward Ho! with its safe, surfing, sandy beach and championship golf course, other nearby resorts include Appledore, the historic quaint fishing village, and the village of Instow renowned for its maritime connections.

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bude office

34 Queen Street
Cornwall EX23 8BB

Tel: (01288) 355066
Fax: (01288) 355982

Bude office

Opening Hours:
Monday - Friday : 9am - 6pm
Saturday : 9am - 4pm
Sunday : 10am - 2pm

Bude lies amidst the rugged North Cornish coastline being famed for its many areas of outstanding natural beauty and numerous beaches; highly reputed for their quality of surfing and bathing facilities.

The town supports a comprehensive range of shopping, schooling and recreational facilities together with an 18 hole Links Golf Course and fully equipped Leisure Centre, etc.

Bude has its own primary and secondary schools and the neighbouring ancient market town of Stratton hosts a hospital and medical centre. The popular bustling market town of Holsworthy lies some 10 miles inland whilst the popular and famous beauty spots local to Bude include the parish of Morwenstow, the harbour village of Boscastle and King Arthur's mythical town of Tintagel.

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Holsworthy office

Albion House
4 High Street
Devon, EX22 6EL

Tel: (01409) 254238
Fax: (01409) 254910

Holsworthy office

Opening Hours:
Monday - Friday : 9am - 5:30pm
Saturday : 9am - 4pm
Sunday : 10am - 1pm

Steeped in history, the traditional and friendly market town of Holsworthy lies amidst some of Devon's finest rolling countryside.

On Wednesdays the picturesque square comes alive with its Pannier Market, and is perfectly complemented by a comprehensive range of local/national shops including Waitrose, outstanding leisure amenities, professional services, and schooling to GCSE level.

Scattered throughout the surrounding unspoilt countryside are peaceful villages and hamlets blending perfectly into rich farm land. Some of the country's finest landscapes are close by including famous surfing beaches and amazing cliffside walks, the wide open spaces of Dartmoor, and wooded coombs of Exmoor. Larger towns include Bideford, the regional centre of Barnstaple, and the cathedral city of Exeter with its acclaimed shopping centre, airport, inter-city rail links, and motorway connection via the M5

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ilfracombe office

119 High Street
Devon EX34 9EY

Tel: (01271) 866699
Fax: (01271) 866616

Ilfracombe office

Opening Hours:
Monday - Friday : 9am - 6pm
Saturday : 9am - 4pm
Sunday : 12pm - 2pm

Ilfracombe offers superb access to the Sea via its Harbour and Quay and is further renowned for its Promenade with the noted Landmark Theatre and nearby Pleasure Gardens.

The Town benefits from a large stock of Period Properties which because of the topography of the area means that there are a large majority of those properties enjoy sea views.

There is also access to some of North Devons finest country in the form of The Exmoor National Park, and Ilfracombe is surrounded by award winning beaches including those of Puttsborough, Woolacombe and Croyde.

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torrington office

13 Fore Street
Devon EX38 8HQ

 Tel: (01805) 624426
Fax: (01805) 624418

Torrington office

Opening Hours:
Monday - Friday : 9am - 6pm
Saturday : 9am - 4pm
Sunday : 10am - 12pm

The historic Civil War Market Town of Great Torrington caters well for its inhabitants with a comprehensive range of local and national shopping, schooling and recreational facilities including an Arts Centre and Cinema, 9 hole Golf Course, Swimming Pool, Weekly Pannier Market and Heritage Centre together with the RHS Gardens at Rosemoor and the Tarka Trail Cycling and Walking Route which connects Bideford, Barnstaple and Braunton.

The town is surrounded by approximately 365 acres of common providing a number of country pursuits including walking, riding and fishing on the River Torridge.

The larger towns of Bideford and Barnstaple are easily reached by
car or public transport and the North Devon countryside and
spectacular coasts are only a short drive away.

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wadebridge office

7 Molesworth Street
Cornwall PL27 7DA

 Tel: (01208) 814055

Wadebridge office

Opening Hours:
Monday - Friday : 9am - 6pm
Saturday : 9am - 4pm
Sunday : 10am - 2pm

Wadebridge was connected to the railway system between 1834 and 1960; the line now forms one of the major attractions of the area and arguably the most successful recreational multi use trail in the UK, the Camel Trail, an 18 mile trail from Padstow to Bodmin which follows the disused railway and can be used by walkers, cyclists and horse riders. The Camel estuary offers a wide range of water sports, including sailing, water skiing, windsurfing, surfing and kite surfing.

The Royal Cornwall Show, a large annual three-day agricultural show held at the nearby Royal Cornwall Showground every June attracts huge numbers of people throughout the country.

A bypass was introduced in 1991 to eradicate the high volumes of traffic through the town centre. Now, the main shopping street has been pedestrianised and hosts a wide variety of independent shops, wine merchants, delis and small boutiques. There is a secondary school and supermarkets.

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