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Dulverton town

Dulverton from Battleton

Dulverton lies at the point where the Barle valley widens out and where it could conveniently be bridged. The old town lies on the east bank of the river between the bridge and the church at the foot of the ridge between the Barle and Exe valleys.

Modern development has taken place to the east on the south-facing slope of the ridge between the old town and Pixton Park and now covers a larger area than the original settlement.

For further information on Dulverton see some of the many other items on this site including Dulverton Town Hall where you will find articles on Dulverton's earlier history, Dulverton church and Dulverton's High street.

Content generated during research for the paperback book 'Exmoor: The making of an English Upland' (ISBN 13 : 978-1-86077-597-0 ) for the England's Past for Everyone series

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