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There are two supermarkets in Kingsbridge; a Morrisons and a Tesco Store - which opened on Valentines Day 2011. It also has a large secondary school, Kingsbridge Community College, which has over 1000 pupils and serves the surrounding area. 'Coast' is the only nightclub in Kingsbridge, with the next nearest being in Torquay
The town takes its name from an ancient bridge built to link two royal estates – Alvington and Chillington, and by 1219 was a market town. By the 18th Century milling was a major source of revenue for the town, and throughout the 19th Century Kingsbridge had an active coastal shipping trade, with thriving shipbuilding and tanning industries.
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The Kingsbridge Farmers market offers you the chance to sample an amazing range of fresh vegetables, local meats and fresh fish on the first and third Saturdays of every month.
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Opposite the town of Salcombe on the eastern side of the estuary is a long sandy stretch...
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If you want to catch a film check out the independent Reel Cinema in the town. Behind the old-fashioned façade you’ll find 3 screens, multiplex seating and the chance to see blockbusters alongside something a little more avant-garde.
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In 1798 the town mills were converted into a woollen manufactory, which produced large quantities of cloth, and serge manufacture was introduced early in the 19th century. During the 19th century the town had an active coastal shipping trade, shipbuilding, a tannery, other industries and a large monthly cattle market. The chief exports were cider, corn, malt, and slate.
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The town is at the head of the Kingsbridge Estuary. This is a wide expanse of water, featuring many shallow creeks. Boat trips on the river are popular and there is good fishing in the area. At one time, Kingsbridge was quite a busy port, trading cider, corn and other products for more exotic goods from far away places. There are several good pubs, cafés and restaurants in the town, which is a good centre for walking holidays.
Kingsbridge has been the main market town in the area for centuries. Being situated within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and its proximity to the spectacular south Devon coast and sailing venues, such as Salcombe, Kingsbridge has developed into a popular tourist destination. Its attractions include several restaurants, pubs, a cinema housed in the town hall building, and a museum devoted to the chemist William Cookworthy, born in Kingsbridge in 1705.
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