Yarcombe is a village nestling west of the Yarty Valley with its steep rolling meadows and ancient woods on the south edge of the Blackdown Hills.
Although the village centre is small, with its historical Norman church, old inn with monastical roots, hotel and a cluster of houses,
its many outlying farms and hamlets make Yarcombe a large parish with a very active community.
Introduction to the historical records held at Honiton Library, with map from 1954 showing the village's location in the Axminster Hundred on the Dorset border..
Social media profile and blog
History and genealogical research information for the parish. Includes a contemporary photographic records, references and map from 1850 showing boundary with Somerset.
Restaurant and rooms for holidays, converted from the village school, offering exclusive hire. Includes details of accommodation, facilities, menus, wine list, tariff and booking information.
Voluntary compilation introducing the village, with photo of St John the Baptist church, references and related links,
Village history, parish council information, neighbourhood plan, church contacts, photo library. event diary, Young Farmers, and other activities.
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