A rural parish in North Devon, England including Brayford village, High Bray and Charles, and a part of Exmoor National Park


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Brayford Parish

Forthcoming Events:
The next Parish Council Meeting will be on
 Thursday 16th April at 7.30pm in the Village Hall
starting with the Annual Parish Meeting

The Brayford Bells
Restoration Project 

Parish Council Minutes are available on the Archive page
 together with previous newsletters and other documents

Planning a holiday in North Devon and Exmoor?   Look here

Holiday Accommodation in Brayford

Other Brayford Web Sites
Brayford Boomerangs Pre-school

Brayford Primary School
Local Weather
South Molton

 Brayford Village & Farmers' Market
Second Saturday of each month at the Village Hall
The market opens at 11am and offers tea, coffee and cakes until 1pm.
Free admission; competitive prices.

    For more information, pictures and comments see our Facebook pages.
Next Market 11th April

Devon Community Web Sites

Local Planning Applications
North Devon District Council


 More details and events in the Newsletter & Diary  
Highway Works near Hanson Quarry, Brayford

Johnny Kingdom
Keep up to date with local celebrity Johnny Kingdom's activities on his website

See the Who's Who section for details about the Parish Council, Post Office facilities, the Mobile Library, and other local information 


There are two defibrillators which are located at Brayford Village Hall
 and the garden wall at Sunnybank Cottage, Charles

NHS Stop Smoking:
Support and Advice Details

Victim Support Devon Helpline:
0845 676 10 20

19a Alexandra Rd, Barnstaple
01271 373236  Textphone 01271 326607

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                                                                       Contributions, Comments, Corrections and Suggestions
Information to expand the history section and more historical photographs for the gallery would be most welcome.  For example, can anyone provide photos showing the shop and the Old Post Office? More early photos of Brayford, High Bray, Charles, Lydcott and anywhere else in the Parish would be greatly appreciated, as would those showing more recent changes. If you have any contributions, comments, corrections or suggestions please send them to the Site Administrator: 
Thank you to Brayford Parish Council for their support, to the Newsletter Editor for providing Newsletter information, and to all contributors.

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Last update 26 March 2015