- Churston Ferrers
- Higher Brixham
- St Michaels
There are two parts to Brixham in Devon - the old village after climbing a hill and the fishing harbour half a mile below, well protected from SW gales
A stone on the quayside commemorates the landing of William of Orange on November 5, 1688, which was the turning-point in the ‘Glorious Revolution’.
The pier was founded in 1799.
Several local caves were inhabited from the Stone Age to Roman times including Windmill Hill cave, discovered in 1858.
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