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The Widecombe-in-the-Moor website promotes all aspects of Widecombe and Dartmoor life, past, present and future, for the use of local people, visitors, and all who are interested. Please enjoy exploring the site.
Banner Pictures: You can find out more about the banner pictures in the Banner Gallery
Christmas: There are various Christmas events in Widecombe this year. Click here for more details.
Pig-House and Heritage Garden Project: The History Group are planning to restore the old pig-house in the village and create a small garden next to it. More details can be found here.
Moor Than Meets The Eye: The 'Welcome to Widecombe' project is well under way and the first results can now be seen around the village with information boards and brass-rubbing posts recently installed.
World War One: We are remembering those from Widecombe that fell during World War One by recording details of their life and war record. Full details are available here, including those who died in 1915 and 1916. We have now completed those who died in 1917: John Henry Irish and Edward James Foster. You can also view the Widecombe Roll of Honour, which lists those from the local area who served in World War One. This list has been developed as a part of the local Devon Remembers WWI project.
Digital Archive: Visit the Widecombe Digital Archive with its already substantial quantity of online assets including Apprenticeships, Churchyard Headstones, Tithe Apportionments and other Parish Chest contents including Overseers' Accounts and Churchwardens' Accounts. Phase two (the History Group Archive and other material donated or loaned to the Group) is in progress and a number of these items have also been uploaded to the online archive.
Getting Here: If you have trouble travelling to Widecombe by public transport, this website may help you out. Give www.traveldevon.info a try. In fact it will help you with your travel throughout Devon.
Please Visit the History Group Publications Page to consider buying their publications, including their book 'History of Widecombe Fair'. This book is also available from some local shops.
Memories of a bygone era. Sent in by Alan Rawson. You can click on the picture for a larger view. See more pictures in Picture of the Month.
This site was last updated on 22nd November 2017
- 27th November: Parish Link December 2017
- 22nd November: History Group Minutes November 2017
- 22nd November: History Group Talks November 2017
- 31st October: Parish Council Agenda November 2017
- 31st October: Parish Council Minutes October 2017
- 15th October: History Group Minutes 0ctober 2017
- 15th October: History Group Talks 0ctober 2017
- 3rd October: Parish Council Minutes September 2017
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If you are thinking of staying in or around Widecombe on holiday, then you must visit the Where To Stay section for the best places to stay in and around Widecombe.
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Picture of the Month. Please send us your pictures with a seasonal and Widecombe theme. We will pick the best and publish them here with any comments you might like to add.
Nature Notes. Our Nature Notes page records local items of interest concerning wildlife, flora etc etc. Please send us any tit-bits of your own to include on the page. Have a look at : fritillary butterfly or click on the picture on the right for a larger image.