East Worlington and West Worlington are two small villages which are located within the civil parish of East Worlington, in the district of North Devon. The majority of residences are found within the two villages of East and West Worlington, with a range of isolated farms and dwellings scattered across the whole area.
The area offers a natural landscape of recognised beauty much of which is worked as farmland.
There is a primary school (East Worlington Primary School); two Church of England churches, (St Mary’s East Worlington and St Mary’s West Worlington); a methodist chapel (Thornham Chapel); and a Parish Hall.
While East and West Worlington does not have its own shop, post office, doctor’s surgery, public house, garage and petrol station, and railway station, these can all be found within 5 miles of the parish.
We use various digital outputs in support of the work associated with the local Community, including that of the Heritage Project and the Parish Hall. Each digital medium has a specific role as defined in the following table.
This is an example page of how we can advertise local businesses.
Our Natural Environment is about all living things and non-living things occurring naturally. This includes the interaction of all living species, climate, weather, and natural resources that affect human survival and economic activity.
East and West Worlington are two small picturesque villages located within the Civil Parish of East Worlington and nestle within a predominantly pastoral countryside on elevated land between Exmoor and Dartmoor.