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Caption for Tiverton, Country View C1960: Close to Tiverton, this could be said to be archetypal Devon: rolling hills, cultivated fields and a small farm tucked away from the world. The communications revolution may have hit Devon, but views like this can still be found quite easily.

An extract from Tiverton Photographic Memories.

Memories of Tiverton

I travelled with my parents every year from the age of one to stay with my grandmother, Bertha Roberts and my Aunt Kate, at 183 Chapel Street, Tiverton. Memories are of Mr Bright's General Grocers shop opposite the row of houses and, down the road, a pub which usually had, seated outside, two Dalmation dogs. (...Read full memory)

This beautiful view of the main entrance to the Peoples Park contrasts sadly with the vista today. Many of the mature landscape trees have gone although the lodge by the ornate gates still stands as this continues to be owned by our council. Nearby there is now a memorial stone commemorating the US Army 4th (...Read full memory)

Tiverton is an attractive market town in mid-Devon but I have to confess I had never heard of it until the first of the family moved here in 2005! Elizabeth and I were spending a weekend in Exeter with our son David and his partner Amanda and thought it would be nice to call in to have tea with cousin (...Read full memory)

The Westexe Park sadly no longer has the beautiful flowerbeds featured in this 1955 view. I walked through this park today leading a party from the Tiverton Walk and Talk Group from the Heathcoat Community Centre. Even the grass has been neglected and has lots of mud and duck poo! Our walk took us up Longdrag (...Read full memory)

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