There's plenty of culture to be found in the localities surrounding West Middlewick Farm. From theatre to film to history and heritage - there's a lot to list. Some of the most popular are listed below.
For a historical insight into family life, visit the National Trust's Knightshayes house and garden. For year round colour we recommend a walk around the gardens and don't forget a visit to the tearoom!
Bickleigh Mill in Tiverton is a lovely 18th century watermill and pottery studio in the heart of Devon. Bickleigh Mill is also one of Devon's largest most exciting rural shopping, eating and recreation destinations housed within this historic working water Mill. It is renowned for being one of the top quality shopping places in Devon offering a wide range of gifts, works of art, pottery and a superb restaurant and cafe serving traditional locally produced food.
Few buildings evoke such an immediate feeling of history as Tiverton Castle. Richard de Redvers originally built it in 1106 on orders of Henry I. It was held by seven successive Earls of Devon of the de Redvers family, and when the last of the line, Isabella de Fortibus, died in 1293 Hugh de Courtenay, a cousin, inherited it.
For further information on attractions around West Middlewick - see Discover Devon.
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