This new development will be coming soon to the charming Devon town of Cullompton. Set within the peaceful Culm valley, Lower Mill offers tranquil surroundings; perfect for getting back to nature and encountering wildlife.
Cullompton is an historic market town, which has been the centre of rural life for centuries, and is home to the magnificent 15th Century St. Andrew's church. This was built from the wealth of the wool industry and it's 120ft tower dominates the landscape for miles around.
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Cullompton (affectionately known as 'Cully' to locals) is the ideal gateway to outstanding Devon countryside, starting with the beautiful Culm valley which mostly lies within the Blackdown Hills AONB where you can take one of many footpaths, bridleways or cycle trails and explore the countryside. Not only are you close to nature but Bickleigh castle or Killerton House are both within 5 miles of Cullompton.
Cullompton offers enough retail outlets for the needs of it's residents and currently has 2 supermarkets; Aldi and Tesco. There is a Mole Valley Farmers store in the town which sells a wide choice of hardware, farming and gardening supplies; ideal for the green-fingered!
Cullompton holds a Farmer's market on the second Saturday of the month and is the oldest event of its kind in the whole of the south west! You can purchase delicious local goods from friendly, knowledgeable producers who have reared or grown the food themselves.
The much maligned High Street and Fore Street are changing with the award-winning butcher’s now being joined by the Bakehouse café and restaurant, Costa, the Devon Kitchen, a pet shop and a prosperous new pizza place.
For further retail requirements you can head north to Taunton or south to Exeter.
The Cullompton Heritage Trail starts at the Tesco car park and leads you around the town's landmarks including St. Andrews church, almshouses, the old Bull Ring and the Leat with upper and lower mill; this new development's namesake! There are many public footpaths and bridleways in and around Cullompton and the circular walks generally start in and around the town centre and can be combined to create longer walks if you wish.
The town has an annual Christmas parade to celebrate the switching on of the town's Christmas lights and a festival week in the summer which includes the annual town fayre. A major recreational area for the town is the Cullompton Community Association's fields which cover 32 acres and can be found in the centre of the town. The fields are used for a variety of events, which include whippet racing, a circus, and a firework display.
Culm Valley Sports Centre facilities include a fitness studio, an all-weather pitch, a sports hall, squash courts and a sauna. The town is also home to Padbrook Park – a golf course and sporting and recreational centre facilities include a Parkland Golf Course, a Golf School, a 40-bedroom hotel, conference suites, health & fitness centre, indoor bowls, fishing lake, beauty salon, restaurants and a sports bar.
Cullompton has two primary schools: St Andrews Primary School and Willowbank Primary School. The secondary school is Cullompton Community College and this is becoming one of the best in the country; it has previously ranked amongst the top 10 per cent in the country for GCSE results.
Cullompton is right next to junction 28 of the M5 and there are plans to improve its junction as well as potentially build another junction. The Lower Mill development is directly next to the B3181 and provides commuters with an alternative route to Exeter and takes approximately 25 minutes. You can reach Bristol in around an hour.
There are plans to re-open Cullompton's railway station on the Penzance to Paddington line, resulting in a direct link to London. Currently the nearest railway station is Tiverton Parkway, and you can be in the capital in a little over two hours.
Stagecoach provide regular bus services to Tiverton and Exeter and there is also a town circular bus. An express bus from Plymouth to Bristol stops at Cullompton.
Bramblehaies Surgery is less than one mile from Lower Mill and the The Culm Valley Integrated Centre for Health provides services including the College Surgery Partnership, complementary therapies, self care groups, a health food café, a physic garden and a pharmacy, is just over a mile away.
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