Exmouth Lifeboat Station is situated at the eastern end of the seafront near Maer Road. From here the Royal National Lifeboat Institution operates a Shannon Class All Weather Lifeboat (ALB) R and J Welburn (previously a Mersey-class All Weather Lifeboat (ALB) named Margaret Jean) and D-class (IB1) Inshore Lifeboat (ILB) named George Bearman.
Other active churches include Christ Church Anglican Church, the KingsWay independent church, Glenorchy United Reformed Church, the Tower Street Methodist Church, The Ichthus Community Church, the Holy Ghost Roman Catholic Church and Exmouth Baptist Church.
With regular trains seven days a week, the Riviera Line is great for all kinds of trips, whether...
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Whether you are looking for a relaxing family holiday on the two miles of golden sandy beach, taking part in water sports such as; Kite surfing, Kayaking or Windsurfing, cycling either on fantastic cycle paths or off-road, bird watching on the idyllic Exe estuary, enjoying the stuning scenery of the majestic World Heritage Jurassic Coast, or using Exmouth as a base to enjoy the best of Devon and the Westcountry then Exmouth the place your dreams come to life.
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The old boathouse was retained as a base for the RNLI lifeguards  until 2014 when it became the headquarters of the Exmouth Rowing Club.
Another treat for nature lovers is the Maer Mobile Challenge, a fun and interactive nature trail for visitors to Exmouth. All you need is an internet enabled Smartphone to interact with the Maer Local Nature Reserve and the wonderful wildlife.
Dawlish Warren's most valuable ecological asset appears outside of the summer months - the descent...
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Events in Exmouth include the annual Exmouth Festival and the Exmouth Kite Festival. Exmouth is famous for its Christmas and New Year celebrations - there is an annual Christmas Day Swim in the sea, and Exmouth is known as one of the best destinations in the country for New Year fancy dress celebrations!
Exmouth railway station is the terminus of the Avocet Line to Exeter St David's station although the trains run through to Paignton and Barnstaple alternately through the day. A cycleway has been built alongside the railway as far as Topsham. The Exmouth to Starcross Ferry is a passenger ferry that operates during the summer months across the Exe estuary to Starcross, where the pumping station for Brunel's Atmospheric Railway can be seen.
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On 21 November 2009 both lifeboats were transferred to a new lifeboat station on Queen's Drive at the eastern end of the beach. Within the building is a sign from the now-demolished Volunteer Inn once run by Will Carder. On Christmas Day 1956 he was swept overboard and drowned during a mission on the Maria Noble to save the crew of the Dutch ship MV Minerva 4 miles south east of Orcombe Point. It is regarded as the worst tragedy in the history of Exmouth RNLI.
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Exmouth is a lively town, situated on the east coast of Devon, where the River Exe meets the sea. The town offers a diverse selection of shops, places to eat and things to do, including top quality water sports such as wind-surfing and kite-surfing, fantastic routes for cycling and walking.
Spend a relaxing day browsing the unique and diverse range of clothes, food and gifts shops that Exmouth has to offer.
There is a lot to See and Do in Exmouth. From watersports and bowling, to wining and dining, it’s all here.
Exmouth has a number of active churches. About Holy Trinity Church, a parish of the Church of England, an 1850 reference work says this:
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Situated about halfway between the shops and the seafront, the TIC Office is a veritable Aladdin’s...
Stagecoach South West operate several, frequent bus services in and around the town, including the 57 Stagecoach Gold service to Brixington in one direction, and Lympstone, Topsham, and Exeter in the other direction. This service runs every 15 minutes. Another popular Stagecoach service is the 95 summer service to Sandy Bay Holiday Park. This is usually operated by an open top bus, and runs every hour.
Two miles of golden sand and fascinating rock pools
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Exmouth occupies a sheltered position on the eastern side of the Exe. Until the eighteenth century it was a small fishing village like many others around the coast. As such it has much to offer.
Whether getting here by train, bus, car, sea bike or walking all are welcome. Find the best way for you to join us here in sunny Exmouth.
Sir Walter Raleigh (born 1544) sailed on many of his voyages from Exmouth harbour.
The Exmouth Seafront Webcam is located in the South-West of the UK in Devon. The first coastal webcam in Exmouth founded at the start of 2004, enjoyed by thousands of people worldwide as well as local Exmouth residents. The webcam has been a great success and has even been seen on both local, national, and international news channels!
Rolle College was opened in 1949 and later became the Exmouth campus of the University of Plymouth. In 2009 the University of Plymouth decided to close the College. East Devon MP Hugo Swire discussed the College's closure in Parliament.
Dawlish Warren is a fascinating place. This sand spit at the mouth of the Exe Estuary is not only...
Exmouth offers a wide range of holiday accommodation for families of individuals to suit all tastes and budgets.
Exmouth Community College (formerly Exmouth School) has 2,615 pupils, aged 11 to 18.
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Dawlish Warren prides itself on being one of South Devon's top family beaches. Distinctive sand...
Further eastwards, Maer Bay and Sandy Bay also offer good pleasant bathing facilities. From the pier as far as Orcombe Point runs the Esplanade and its eastern continuation, Marine Drive, from which extensive views over the sea can be obtained. 338,454 total views, 47 views today
Since the Regency period when seaside holidays became fashionable, people have been coming to Exmouth to enjoy the scenery, the great choice of restaurants and the huge range of leisure activities. To find out more about Exmouth browse this website, we look forward to seeing you.
As well as being a very popular UK tourist destination, Exmouth has lots of things to see and do. Exmouth is known nationally as a regional centre for water sports activities – especially Sailing & Windsurfing. It is popular with ramblers as there are many beautiful walks. Also, it has SSSI status (Site of Special Scientific Interest), Bird Watchers often travel along way to see the rare birds at Exmouth.
An excellent way to view the vibrant red and burnt orange of the ancient Triassic rock of the Exmouth coastline is by taking a Jurassic Coast trip with Stuart Line Cruises, who also offer bird-watching cruises as the mudflats and grazing marshes of the Exe estuary attract a huge variety of birdlife.
The place is mainly residential and owing to its position on the estuary there is little through traffic. The main shopping centre is situated around the Strand and the Parade, and here too, buses may be obtained to the neighbouring towns and villages.
The two ecclesiastical parishes, Littleham and Withycombe Raleigh, that make up the town of Exmouth today can be traced to pre-Saxon times. The name of the town derives from its location at the mouth of the River Exe estuary, which ultimately comes from an ancient Celtic word for fish.