Category: Facilities

Outdoor Market
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Outdoor Market

The outdoor market operates in the Market Square and along Courtenay Street on Wednesdays and Saturdays, 8am to 4pm. Newton Abbot’s produce market runs every Friday, 9am to 3pm. Located in Courtenay Street, a pedestrianised street in the town centre, Newton Abbot produce market has gained a reputation for product quality and a variety of...

9th May 201817th July 2018by
ST LUKE THE EVANGELIST CHURCH
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ST LUKE THE EVANGELIST CHURCH

Vicar: Revd. J.E.Potter SSC, Tel: 01626 365837 The building of the church began in 1936 and was not completed until 1963. It was built as a result of a dream experienced by the Rector of Coffinswell, the Rev. W. Keble Martin, and is known as the, ‘Dream Church’. St Luke’s is a parish opposed to...

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Indoor Market
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Indoor Market

The historic Butter Market Hall is home to the Indoor Market and Food Halls. In the indoor market you can purchase a variety of products such as fruit & veg, gifts, second hand items and much more. The indoor market and food hall is open Monday to Saturday, 8am to 5pm with most stalls trading...

9th May 201817th July 2018by
HIGHWEEK PARISH CHURCH
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HIGHWEEK PARISH CHURCH

Vicar: Rev Michael Thayer, Tel: 01626 201436 Highweek Parish in Newton Abbot has two church buildings, All Saints in Highweek and St Mary’s in Abbotsbury. We alternate services between the two churches as follows: 8.00am 1662 Holy Communion . 1st and 3rd Sundays at St Mary’s 2nd and 4th Sundays at Highweek 10.00am … 1st...

9th May 20189th May 2018by
Bakers Park
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Bakers Park

Entrance to this park can be found on the Totnes road out of Newton Abbot. There is limited parking by the side of the 4 football pitches. Walk past the football pitches and you can find lovely walks on the National Trust property of Bradley Manor. These walks meander along the river and up through...

9th May 20189th May 2018by
St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church
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St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church

Rev. Canon Patrick Costello, V.F. The Presbytery: 96 Queen Street, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2ET. Telephone: 01626 365231 Email: st.josephs@lineone.net Services: Sundays: Mass 10.30 a.m.; 6 p.m. Holydays: Mass 10 a.m.; 7 p.m. Confessions: Sat. 11 to 12 noon; after Wed. 11 am. Mass on request. Local catholic Schools: St Joseph’s, Coombeshead Road, Parish Primary School...

9th May 20189th May 2018by
St Mary the Virgin Wolborough
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St Mary the Virgin Wolborough

A church has stood on this site for about 1,000 years. Mention of a church on this site has been recorded in the Doomsday book. The church originally served the village of Uleborough, which was situated south west of the church. The village has long disappeared. The parish of Wolborough now consist of southern and...

9th May 20189th May 2018by
St Paul’s
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St Paul’s

St Paul’s Church was consecrated on October 29th 1861 by Bishop Spencer of Jamaica. He was acting on behalf of the Bishop of Exeter. The architect responsible for the church was JW Rowell, with the foundation stone being laid in 1859. The contractors involved were Wilcox & Woodley. On April 24th 1942 St Paul’s church...

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