Fondly known as ‘Cully’ by locals Cullompton is located on the River Culm in a picturesque valley. Situated near the M5 and Tiverton Parkway Railway Station with mainline routes into London Paddington and other areas of the Nation Rail Network Cullompton is a popular destination for both commuters and those looking to experience Devon life.
There is a Farmers Market providing a real village feel meaning the atmosphere is friendly and warm. The town itself is set within the Culm Valley and also boasts one of the most magnificent churches in the UK.
Friendly, knowledgeable and local producers offer local goods for purchase which are delicious. These can be found across the award winning Farmers Market as well as the Pannier Market and Street Markets.
Cullompton is also famous for its antiques with Fagins in the Old Whiteways Cider Factory crammed with beautiful objects that would make anyone curious.
Set within the Culm Valley Cullompton is a gateway to an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty known as Blackdown Hills. Footpaths, bridleways and cycle trails offer you the ability to explore this beautiful countryside at your leisure.
Cullompton also has some outstanding schools which can be found here: