North Tawton Town
Welcome to North Tawton accessible website featuring local Events, News and Information to benefit the community and visitors to the town.
North Tawton is a small ancient market town in picturesque West Devon. Pleasantly situated alongside the River Taw.
About North Tawton features where to eat out and shop in and around North Tawton.
Useful Information Guide for what’s available and who to contact in North Tawton community.
Clothing handmade by Sweet Kindred Clothing: Quirky clothes for children. Unique designs handmade in North Tawton. Christmas clothes included in the wide range available.
Gift & Craft Shop on the High Street in North Tawton. The Pistachio Tree is a delightful Gift and Craft Shop (and now also a Tea Shop with Courtyard Garden) right in the centre of North Tawton.
News and featured articles.
For The Fallen
With proud thanksgiving, a mother for her children,
England mourns for her dead across the sea.
Flesh of her flesh they were, spirit of her spirit,
Fallen in the cause of the free.
Clubs and Groups
Helping you make connections with like-minded people activities and interests in North Tawton.
Clubs and Groups in North Tawton: ANTS and YANTS Drama, Art, Baby and Toddler Groups, Bellringing, Blues Jam Music Sessions, Country Dancing, Craft, Environment, Flower,…
Sports Clubs and Fitness Classes in North Tawton: Badminton, Flat Green Lawn Bowling, Short Mat Bowling, Fishing, Football, Pilates, Rugby, Walk and Talk, Yoga, Zumba.…
Events for Everyone in and around North Tawton.
Community Meetings and Fundraising Events for Charities.
Things To Do
Art Gallery, Castle Drogo, Cinema, Cycling, Dartmoor National Park, Dartmoor Railway, Family Fun Theme Parks
Town Hall dates back to 1849. Grade II listed building of sandstone ashlar with front area railings left and right.
Community Primary School and Nursery occupies the grounds and buildings of the former North Tawton Secondary Modern School (1932 to 1962), previously known as North Tawton Central Senior School.
There once was a Dormouse who lived in a bed. Of delphiniums (blue) and geraniums (red).— A. A. Milne