|St. Blaise's Church, Haccombe|
Sat-nav users: our postcode is TQ12 4SJ .
From the M5, heading south-west:
Continue on the M5 until it splits into the A30 and the A38, keep to the right as the motorway ends, and follow the two right hand lanes, onto the A38.
Continue for about four miles to the point where the road splits into the A38 and A380. Take one of the left lanes for the A380, and climb Telegraph Hill. Continue on the A380 for about nine miles, until you come to the end of the dual carridgeway at 'Pen Inn' roundabout
Take the left hand lane onto the roundabout and keeping left, take the first exit onto the 'Shaldon Road'. Follow for about one and a quarter miles (after about half a mile you will leave the speed restricted area, beware, almost immediately the road becomes quite narrow) at which point you will enter the small village of 'Netherton'. Turn right into the lane signposted 'Haccombe'. Almost immediately the lane splits, follow the left hand branch for about half a mile, pass 'Home Farm' on your left and follow the narrow lane for anothe five to six hundred yards, you will first see Haccombe House off to your right and then come alongside the church. Park outside on the verge.
From the direction of Shaldon, heading West:
Follow the directions given to find St. Nicholas Church from the directions of either Teignmouth or Torquay but continue past the church lane at Ringmore on the Coombe road. Follow this for a couple of miles until you come into the village of Combeinteignhead, take the right hand road from the village centre which is signposted to Newton Abbot and continue on until you reach the little village of Netherton. Look out for a signpost pointing to the left towards Haccombe, then proceed as from the direction of Newton Abbot.
Welcome to the ancient Church of St. Blaise Haccombe. The circled area indicates the position of this beautiful, quiet
and peaceful Church.
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