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Tourist Information

For tourism information in East Devon, please visit Discover Devon.

You can view South West tourism statistics on the South West Tourism website.

The Old Courthouse, Church Street, AXMINSTER, EX13 5AQ

Tel: 01297 34386 Fax: 01297 34386

Honiton TIC
Lace Walk Car Park, HONITON, EX14 1LT

Tel: 01404 43716 Fax: 01404 43716
Website: N/A

Seaton TIC
The Underfleet, SEATON, EX12 2TB

Tel: 01297 21660 Fax: 01297 21689

Citizens Advice Bureau

Axminster Citizens Advice Bureau

Lea Combe House, Lyme Close, AXMINSTER EX13 5BA

Citizens Advice Service East Devon

Honiton Library 48-50 New Street HONITON EX14 1BS Tel:01404 44213

Health Centres


Honiton Surgery
Marlpits Lane Honiton EX14 2NY
01404 540072

Seaton & Colyton

Seaton & Colyton Medical Practice
The Surgery 148 Harepath Road Seaton EX12 2DU
01297 20877


Dr Evans & Partners
St Thomas Court Surgery Church Street Axminster EX13 5AG

01297 32126

Police Stations

Axminster Police Station

Axminster Police Station
Lyme Close Axminster EX13 5BA

0900 -1700 hrs
5 days per week

Honiton Police Station

Honiton Police Station
High Street oniton EX14 1LH

0900 – 1700 hrs 6 days per week
Until further notice closed on Saturday



Honiton Small Animal Clinic
14 Ottery Moor Lane Honiton EX14 1AW
Tel: 01404 42062

New Street Veterinary Centre
62 New St Honiton EX14 1BZ
Tel: 01404 42750

Lewis-Jones & Associates
5 High St Honiton EX14 1PR
Tel: 01404 42657


Coombefield Veterinary Hospital

Coombe Lane, Axminster

Tel.: 01297 630500

East Devon – Area of Outstanding Natural

Beauty (AONB)

The World Heritage Coast

The Dorset and East Devon Coast World Heritage Site is England’s first natural World Heritage Site and is known more commonly as “The Jurassic Coast”. It covers 95 miles of truly stunning coastline in East Devon and Dorset, with rocks recording 185 million years of the Earth’s history.

World Heritage status was achieved because of the site’s unique insight into the Earth Sciences as it clearly depicts a geological ‘walk through time’ spanning the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.

East Devon has a rich heritage of regular cultural events. These range from the local such as village fetes to the nationally, or even internationally, known tar barrels in Ottery St Mary. You can find out more about the different events taking place across East Devon throughout the year by following the links below:

Rick Wood