Cullompton or ‘Cully’ as it is fondly known by, is situated on the River Culm in a lush green valley. Conveniently located adjacent to the M5 and close to Tiverton Parkway and its mainline routes into London and the National Rail Network Cullompton is a natural choice for commuters as well as those seeking a slower pace of life.
It holds a popular monthly Farmers Market and a lovely friendly atmosphere that welcomes new comers and locals alike. The peaceful country town of Cullompton is set within the tranquil Culm Valley, and boasts one of the UK’s most magnificent churches.
Delicious local goods can be purchased from friendly knowledgeable producers who have grown or reared the food themselves at the town’s award-winning farmers market, plus regular pannier market and expanded street market.
Another Cullompton speciality is antiques, and a visit to nearby Fagins in the Old Whiteways Cider Factory at Hele is a must with rooms and yards crammed with curious and beautiful objects.
Cullompton is also the gateway to the outstanding scenery of the Culm Valley, much of which falls within the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Honeycombed with footpaths, bridleways, and cycle trails, this is wonderful countryside to explore at your leisure.
For more details on the town visit http://cullyonline.co.uk
Clyst Hydon Primary School – Type: Primary Age Range: 4-11
Cullompton Community College
Culmstock Primary School
Hemyock Primary School
Kentisbeare CofE Primary School
Plymtree CofE Primary School
St Andrew’s Primary School
The Duchy School
Uffculme Primary School
Willowbank Primary School Honiton Community College
Mill Water School