The Paint Hub is a pottery painting cafe where you can customise your own piece of...

The Visitor Centre has a range of displays which tell you more about Dawlish Warren. A...

Ness Cove at Shaldon nestles in between magnificent red cliffs and is accessed via an...

Once they had all made up their beds, boys in Class 1 and girls in Class 3, they enjoyed a whole evening of fun. Some children chose to spend time outside in the playground, while others played on the XBox in Class 2.

The unique charm of the quaint little harbour is just a few steps away from the pub - edged by a low cobbled stone wall, surrounded by baskets of flowers in summer, fairy lights in winter - and you have a truly magical setting for the Anchor Inn.

Each school sent along a team of two girls and two boys from reception, year 1 and 2 to take part in a variety of activities. After starting with a ‘Monsters Inc’ themed warm up, everyone was ready to compete in a number of events including a standing long jump, bean bag sprint, shot put & relay race. The morning finished with a fun 400m fun run around the track.

Within a short walk from the town centre, Dawlish Town Beach is ideal to escape the...

The show started with a bang, with 2 boys showing of their drum skills, followed by wonderful performances on guitar and vocals, and ended with our young pianists showing off the pieces they have learned this year. Read More »

We encourage a sense of teamwork through our house system but also in everything that we do each day. Learning is a journey, which poses challenges on the way, but we encourage perseverance and independence – skills much needed in everyday life. Through our creative approach to learning and within a safe and caring environment, our children grow and succeed and provide a positive contribution to our school and community.

The family beach resort with shops, amusements, go-karts, adventure golf, pubs and...

Address: Cofton Hill, Cockwood, Exeter, Devon, EX6 8RB

Take a stroll along the level country lane or cycle along NCN2 to Cockwood and you will find the Anchor Inn.

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At that time Brunel had not built the Atmospheric Railway, and the water used to go nearly up to Dawlish. We are told the Anchor was a haven for seamen and smugglers and is still haunted by a friendly ghost and his dog.

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The charming village of Cockwood boasts a large and lovely village green, also home to canadian geese, ducks and other wild birds, the green being edged by a natural riverlet.

Today,  six schools from across the Dawlish Learning Partnership gathered together at St Luke’s Science and Sports College in Exeter for the annual DLP Key Stage 2 Athletics tournament. Read More »

At Cockwood Primary School our vision has been designed by our pupils. We have a vision which is represented through pictures and we aim to help pupils reflect on their learning and choices they make in order to become better citizens and friends to each other.

Located on the estuary side of town, this charming beach takes you back to days gone by....

A small cove situated at the base of the cliffs between Teignmouth and Dawlish. A small...

There was a wide variety of music from classical to pop, played on a number of instruments by our very talented and hard-working young musicians.

Rock pools to explore, occasional sightings of dolphins, brightly coloured painted beach...

This charming Inn, specialising in sea-food but offering a menu to suit all tastes (You can view our menu from Dining Experience on the navigation bar above, but please note this is a guide only and menus and prices may be subject to change).  The Inn is reputedly over 450 years old and was originally opened as a Seamen's Mission... 

A visit to Powderham Castle is an enchanting day out for all its visitors. Fascinating...

At Laura Wall Art and Illustration, we exhibit a large collection of framed limited...

This morning five schools from across the Dawlish Learning Partnership gathered together at St Luke’s Science and Sports College in Exeter for the annual DLP Key Stage 1 Athletics tournament.

Once again, parents, grandparents and children were treated to a fantastic afternoon of music at the annual Musical Showcase.

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Cockwood

A mix of shingle and sand, the beach gently shelves towards the estuary mouth with views...

Dawlish Warren's most valuable ecological asset appears outside of the summer months -...

Cockwood is a small village on the west side of the Exe Estuary in the county of Devon, England. Lying between the villages of Dawlish Warren and Starcross, it is separated from the estuary by the main railway line between Exeter and Torquay, and is set around a small tidal harbour which boats must reach via a bridge under the railway line.

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Sit outside and watch the Cockwood swans whilst soaking up the last of the setting sun in the evening, enjoying one of our great draught beers; and in summer, relax and, whilst still within sight, let your kiddies fish for crabs under the duct of an historic Brunel bridge; or watch the steam train (Torbay Express) and other noteworthy trains which travel the Brunel railway, a veritable train-spotters paradise.

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On Friday 8th July, Class 1 spent the night in school. All children arrived around 7.30pm with sleeping bags and mattresses, as well as PJs, toothbrushes and anything else they wanted for the night.

Dawlish Warren prides itself on being one of South Devon's top family beaches....

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As well as our extensive a la carte menu, bar snack menu and choice of daily specials, we also have Fish of the Day and details of this will be found in the restaurant area.

Situated to the north of the Teign Estuary, Little Haldon is particularly important for...

EXE ADVENTURES is South Devon's mobile outdoor adventure centre, with a 15 seat minibus...