Welcome to the South Devon CAMRA Website
- Our Branch Area -


There are more than 200 CAMRA branches and sub-branches that have been set up since CAMRA formed in 1971 covering the whole of England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland along with the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. Devon, which forms part of the South-West Region, has been split into four branches; namely Exeter & East Devon, North Devon, Plymouth and South Devon. If you run your mouse over the image, you'll see the rough areas covered by the other three Devon branches in relation to South Devon CAMRA.

The South Devon branch area covers about a quarter of the area of Devon. It stretches from the coastal town of Teignmouth through Torbay, Dartmouth, Salcombe to Bantham. The boundary then heads inland through Churchstow, South Brent, Widecombe in the Moor andChagford before returning to Teignmouth via Hennock and Chudleigh. Much of the northern and western part of the branch lies within the Dartmoor National Park, and the southern part of the branch within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).

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This page was last updated on 27-Feb-2007