E St Edmund's Church on the Old Exe Bridge

E St Edmund on Exe Bridge - credit Clare Bryden

Somewhat marooned now in the middle of traffic flow, the Old Exe Bridge is one of the best-preserved examples of a major medieval stone bridge in England. It was built in around 1200, and consisted of 17 or 18 arches spanning about 180m. About 87m is still visible: just over eight arches are fully exposed … Read moreE St Edmund’s Church on the Old Exe Bridge