English Heritage sites near Newton Abbot Parish

Berry Pomeroy Castle


6 miles from Newton Abbot Parish

Tucked away in a steep wooded valley, Berry Pomeroy Castle is the perfect romantic ruin.

Kirkham House, Paignton


7 miles from Newton Abbot Parish

This late medieval stone house, afterwards split into three cottages was restored in the 1960s.

Totnes Castle


8 miles from Newton Abbot Parish

A classic Norman motte and bailey castle, founded soon after the Conquest to overawe the Saxon town. A later stone shell-keep crowns its steep mound, giving views across the town to the River Dart.

Hound Tor Deserted Medieval Village


9 miles from Newton Abbot Parish

The remains of four 13th century stone farmsteads, on land originally farmed in the Bronze Age. This isolated Dartmoor hamlet was probably abandoned in the early 15th century.



12 miles from Newton Abbot Parish

The best known of many Dartmoor prehistoric settlements, Grimspound dates from the late Bronze Age. The remains of 24 stone houses survive within a massive boundary wall.

Bayard's Cove Fort


13 miles from Newton Abbot Parish

Picturesquely sited on the quayside at Darmouth, this Tudor artillery fort once contained heavy guns to protect the prosperous harbour town from attack.

Churches in Newton Abbot Parish

Abbotsbury Church

Waverley Road Abbotsbury, Newton Abbot Newton Abbot
01626 334357

This beautiful building is beginning to be used again for worship and by community groups.  If you would like to know more, please contact the Benefice Office.

01626 334357

 email: [email protected] 

All Saints

Highweek, Newton Abbot Newton Abbot
01626 334357

For more information about our church, location, times of services, etc, please visit our website at:


St Luke

Laburnum Road Milber Newton Abbot
07487 653854

Welcome to the Parish Church of St Luke the Evangelist set in beautiful South Devon just outside the market town of Newton Abbot. Our mission is to be a growing, joy-filled, Christian presence at the heart of our community. We welcome both locals and visitors of all ages to all of our services.

By witnessing inside and outside of our churches, we endeavour to walk the journey of faith together, fed and nurtured by God's word and sacraments.  Worship is our first duty, and we try, and hopefully make the worship here, both reverent and accessible, but above all filled with joy.

The building of St Luke's Church, known as the ‘Dream Church', began in 1936 but due to the outbreak of war, the building was not completed and consecrated until 1963.  The dreamer was the reverend William Keble Martin (author of the famous book "The concise British Flora in Colour") who dreamt with extraordinary vividness of a crowded evening service at Milber Church which had been built and which was of a most unusual design.  The architect was Keble Martin's brother Arthur Martin in London, a fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects.

The church was designed and built with three naves radiating from the sanctuary which are linked together by double arcades enabling every member of the congregation to obtain an unimpeded view of the altar, and thus emphasise the sacramental nature of Christian worship.

Having no chancel, the design showed a complete departure from tradition and a marked change from those churches where a screen divides the clergy and choir from the congregation.  In this design congregation is brought right up to the sanctuary and the people themselves become the immediate worshippers.

We are a family friendly Eucharistic community that uses each of our buildings to the glory of God as we seek to grow in faith and out-reach to the community we seek to serve.  You are very welcome to join us wherever you may be on your journey of faith.  

While we are in interregnum please contact our Churchwardens: 

Bob Julian (Lay Chair) 07487 653854 email: [email protected] and 

Mick Regan 01626 366559 email: [email protected]

St Mary (Wolborough church)
St Paul's

Devon Square Newton Abbot Devon
(01626) 211346

We are part of the Newton Abbot Benefice.  Our clergy team is Rev Dave Brown (rector), Rev Gareth Regan (team vicar), and curate Rev Ben Maynard, assisted by readers and from time to time by an ordinand.  We have a safeguarding policy for children and vulnerable adults and you will find details of this and our safeguarding officer on the noticeboard in the entrance hall. 

Pubs in Newton Abbot Parish

Bar 7

7 Market Street, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2RJ
07833 320453

Bar and upstairs Lounge for 25+ open 7 days a week from early evening through until 2am. You can hire their function room, 'the Lounge,' for free for wedding receptions, birthday parties etc.
Dartmouth Inn

63 East Street, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2JP
(01626) 202309

Dating from 1674, the first recorded name of this pub was the 'Great Dane'. In the 17/18th centuries, every spring, men from the locality would come to this inn, with the hope of being hired for a seasons work on the local boats engaged in...
Golden Lion

4 Market Street, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2RB
(01626) 367062

Built in 1623 as the Oxford Arms, the name changed to Golden Lion in 1722. This period saw the dawn of the 'Coaching Era' and the yard at the rear of the pub was the departure point for Winsen Red Wing Coaches. The bell to summon passengers...
Hele Park Golf Club

Ashburton Road, Newton Abbot, TQ12 6JN

Hele Park Golf Club, Newton Abbot
Highweek Village Inn

Highweek Village, Newton Abbot, TQ12 1QA
(01626) 356490

A 1960s purpose built pub, it has a single long bar area with a separate dining room, pleasant terrace beer garden and a large car park at the rear. The pub holds regular events, including beer and cider festivals, usually with local bands...
Jolly Abbot

16-18 East Street, Newton Abbot, TQ12 1AG
(01626) 638107

Originally called the Jolly Sailor, it is recorded that that in 1864 it was the busiest hostelery in the town. The main bar has beamed ceilings, timber columns and an open fireplace. This leads through, up a couple of steps, to the pool roo...
Jolly Farmer

8 Market Street, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2RB
(01626) 354010

Spacious town centre pub, with an old feel to it. Lots of low beams, exposed brickwork, bare wooden floors and other features add a certain amount of charm to its character. Although there is constant backgroud music, it is not over obtrus...
Keyberry Hotel

17 Kingskerswell Road, Newton Abbot, TQ12 1DQ
(01626) 352120

Near the Decoy Country Park with open spaces childrens play area, sports grounds, lake and woodland walks. This two bar pub has changed very little in the last 50 years but has been redecorated and still retains its cosy atmosphere especial...
Locomotive Inn

35-37 East Street, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2JP

This 17th-century Grade II listed building has a rubble-stone and timber facade, and is thought to have originally been two separate cottages. It has a single L-shaped bar over two rooms, with an open fireplaces in each, timber beams, dark...
Market Gate

3 Market Street, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2RJ
(01626) 202714

American style one room bar with sparse furniture but one corner has soft sofa and armchairs with old doors decorating the walls and ceiling. Plenty of room inside and outside. Food is dominated by pizzas, burgers and steaks. Delivery/col...
Mid Devon Constitutional Club

8 Union Street, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2JS
(01626) 202098

A modernised members club, with lots of room and snooker, pool, darts and regular events.
Newton Abbot Royal British Legion Club

2 Marsh Road, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2AP
(01626) 353494

A roomy and slightly old fashioned members only club with lots of pub amusements, skittles, pool, darts and cards. All real ales are from localish breweries. Open to all by invitation.
Newtons Free House

24-26 Highweek Road, Newton Abbot, TQ12 1TR
(01626) 353116

1930's purpose built pub, previously called the 'Heavitree' and owned by the brewery of the same name until 2009. Now in private ownership, it is just outside the town centre and is a welcoming community oriented pub, although it does not s...
Olde Cider Bar

99 East Street, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2LD
(01626) 354221

Originally a farmhouse in the 18th Century, the building was converted to a pub in the late 19th Century and is one of the few remaining true Cider Houses in the country. It is a past winner of CAMRA Cider Pub of the Year and home to, what...
Plough Inn

Haytor Drive, Newton Abbot, TQ12 4DU

Plough Inn, Newton Abbot
Queens Hotel
Railway Brewhouse

197 Queen Street, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2BS
(01626) 354166

Adjacent to the Railway Station. This single bar pub contains memorabilia of the 'age of steam', paintings, photographs, models, books and old gas lights (converted to electricity). At the front of the pub there is a covered pavement area,...
Saracens Head

Fairfield Terrace, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2LH
(01626) 365430

This recently refurbished two bar pub was built in 1864. The lounge bar to the left of its entrance is carpeted with an upholstered window seat and table, 5 stools at the bar and three tables with chairs. The bar to the left has a raised ar...
Swan Inn

4 Highweek Street, Newton Abbot, TQ12 1TG
(01626) 365056

With its thick stone walls, parts of this Grade ll Listed building date from the latter part of 17th century, and it is adjacent to the towns cattle market, hence the sculptured animal heads on the the pubs flank wall. It's U-shaped bar cou...
Teign Cellars

67 East Street, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2JR
(01626) 332991

This pub was previouly called the 'Greene Man', and prior to that, the 'Devon Arms'. In the 19th-century when this pub was called the Devon Arms, its cellar was used as the 'oakum picking room', where paupers were assigned to produce oakum...
Teignbridge 76 Social Club

6 Marsh Road, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2AR
(01626) 360506

A members club in the heart of Newton Abbot featuring a long, oblong-shaped room with the bar and seating at one end, and a games area at the other. Skittles, pool and darts are played. There is occasionally live music on a Saturday evening...
Toby Carvey

Torquay Road, Newton Abbot, TQ12 4AQ
(01626) 354661

Large roadside eatery adjacent to the main route to Torbay. A typical Toby Carvery specialising in pub food.
Union Inn

6 East Street, Newton Abbot, TQ12 1AF
(01626) 354775

With its continental style alfresco seating area in the precinct, this busy town centre single bar Grade 2 listed pub, serves breakfasts from 8.30 and, excellent home cooked lunches from 11.30 to 2pm. It has five letting rooms, with bed an...

13 Queen Street, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2AQ

Heavitree Brewery have now sold the pub (17/10/2014). Change of use to a Thai restaurant.
White Hart

8 East Street, Newton Abbot, TQ12 1AG
(01626) 437450

Old coaching inn that retains its beamed ceilings, now a single room bar with a pool table in the left hand area of the pub. Tuesday night is open mic night.
Wolborough Inn

55 Wolborough Street, Newton Abbot, TQ12 1JQ
(01626) 334511

Colloquially known as the the Little House or 'First & Last'. This single bar pub, has two etched glass windows to the right of the entrance that are of interest, as they refer to the now defunct Starkey Knight and Ford brewery, with the ad...