FREMINGTON

FREMINGTON QUAY NOW A CAFE

FREMINGTON QUAY NOW CONVERTED TO A CAFE
FREMINGTON CHURCH

FREMINGTON CHURCH 1ST MAY

MAP FREMINGTON AREA
GENUKI FREMINGTON
STREET MAP
BIRDS EYE VIEW
QUAY CAFE
FREMINGTON ADVENTURE CENTRE
FREMINGTON AND YELLAND BLOG SITE
NORTH DEVONGALLERY
NORTH DEVON EVENTS
Fremington Quay was once important in the import and export of many goods. It had railway sidings, cranes, etc., for the export of ball clay and 'import' of coal. Between the early to mid-twentieth century it was the busiest (tonnage) port between Bristol and Lands End. In later life an abattoir was located here. The quay now has been redeveloped with a restaurant and facilities to enjoy wide views over the Taw estuary. It is now a Conservation Area having been designated such in 1996.
GOOGLE STREET VIEW

North Devon Council services - One stop shop

Your Local Office
Fremington Parish Hall
12 Higher Road - Fremington
Barnstaple - Devon - EX31 3BG

Fremington
Two 4-star self-catering cottages in picturesque surroundings
with far-reaching views to the coast and Taw estuary

Fremington Quay

Fremington Quay in North Devon is a stop on the Tarka Trail Cycle Path.

cycle hire
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