Although sources for Exmoor's medieval history are scarce compared with neighbouring areas there is some interesting material.
This building was acquired by Sikhs in 1978 to replace the city’s first Gudwara which had been originally 1958 at 8 St.
Originally used as a girls’ church school until 1950 and then variously as a Conservative Club and veterinary supplies storage and distribution cen
In Jacob's Well Road a small rock-cut chamber with two stone steps contains a wellhead.
The 15th-century chapel of Cotehele House in Calstock, east Cornwall, was a domestic chapel.
Colan Church was built in 1250 and the present church dates from 1360.
Dupath Well, situated 1.5 kilometres east-south-east of Callington, is housed in a granite ashlar building and incorporates architectural features
This small chapel and holy well are located in a pretty, rugged area above the River Inney.
This Iron Age hill fort consists of a circular raised earthwork and ditch enclosing an area about 140 metres in diameter.
This large parish church is a good example of the Gothic Perpendicular style of the 15th century.