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belstonevillage.net

A community website for the village of Belstone.

Belstone – a village of approximately 250 people – is situated on the northern edge of Dartmoor, Devon, and is a popular place for walkers to begin their moorland treks or for visitors just to enjoy the peace and tranquility to be found here.

 

The Tors Inn

The Vogan family are delighted to welcome you to their traditional village inn, set in the heart of the moorland community of Belstone.

Serving well-kept Devon real ales, good food and providing comfortable accommodation, The Tors is well known as a haven for locals and visitors alike.

Belstone Pottery

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David Gundry, at Belstone Pottery, makes wood-fired, hand-thrown, stoneware vessels for the home – mainly for the table and kitchen. A wide range of domestic and studio pieces, using traditional glazes such as tenmocho, celadons, cobalt blue, ash green, copper red etc. – all exhibited in a light, airy, oak-framed studio.

My pottery is made on Dartmoor, from Cornish clay fired with Devon wood. I hope my pots, as do those of other societies, find some honest synthesis as a reflection of my own culture. Above all I hope they nourish!

 

The Old School Tearoom

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A tearoom in Belstone on Dartmoor

Situated in the heart of beautiful Belstone, on the Northern Edge of Dartmoor, The Old School Tearoom provides the perfect spot to relax on a day out among the stunning scenery of the high moor, and an ideal place to prepare before striking out among the tors, or to rest beside the fire, while refuelling, on your return.

Serving homemade cakes, cream teas and proper tea and coffee – an “old school” tearoom!

 

 

Andrews Corner

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A garden in Belstone, open under The National Garden Scheme.

Andrews Corner, open for the NGS since 1972, is a garden of about one and a half acres, set in a stunning location on the northern edge of Dartmoor. Situated at approximately one thousand feet above sea level, overlooking the Taw valley and the northern slopes of Cosdon, it is characterised by the the contrast between the rugged grandeur of Dartmoor and the verdant serenity of a cultivated garden.

 

Hill Top Skills

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Computer support, computer training and web design – Learning, Problem Solving, Creating

From learning to use your mobile or tablet, and solving home networking and email problems, through to cloud computing and the creation and management of an effective online presence …

Hill Top Skills is a company created and run by me, Simon Hill – based in Belstone on the northern edge of Dartmoor, in Devon.

Following nine years working as a Primary Teacher, coordinating ICT and Computing within the schools in which I taught, and with current experience of managing the online presence, admin and marketing for my own small business and band, I am now offering the skills and experience that I have to home, small business, school, artist or non-profit organisation users of technology in Devon.

I can provide no-nonsense practical advice, learning, technical support, system setup and content creation – to put you in control of your computing, mobile technology and online presence.

 

Hill Gardening

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A small gardening business based in Belstone.

Hill Gardening is a small business, based in Belstone, near Okehampton on the northern edge of Dartmoor, providing bespoke gardening services. All work is carried out or overseen personally by the proprietor, Simon Hill. Our size is our strength – we can discuss your exact requirements, and tailor our service to meet with your needs. Whatever the job, we aim to provide a high-quality service which will exceed your expectations.

“I will garden in your garden, like I garden in my own …”