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A Guide To Businesses and Professional Services In The Holsworthy Area.

Over 600 Business and Community listings for Holsworthy

Main Content
The aim is to provide a listing of all the Businesses, Professional and Community services in the Holsworthy area on one website.

Presently (Feb 2010) there are over 700 listings but these are constantly increasing.
At present farmers are only listed when they supply a service directly to the public ie. dairy, meat, organic produce etc.

Other Content

Image of Star NEW   Added Oct 2011 - Robin's Recipes A new section with cooking recipes that we hope you will try for youself

Also included are local events, some local photographs and a section on local history.
There is also a page showing Public and Bank Holidays for 2008,2009,2010,2011 and 2012.

At present I am updating and adding extra information, photos, articles etc when I get time.

Distances (Business and Community Section),
when shown, are as the crow flies so may be a little further by road.

Searches (Business and Community Section)
The default setting is centred on Holsworthy Town Square over any radius. This can be changed at the top of the page to narrow the results shown.
In a few instances the search radius is overridden where results are relevant to the area but the address is not.
The categories on the left open into sub-categories.
If you cannot easily see the sub-category you want there is a category search (top right, you only need to type in part of the name). There is also a company search. There is also an Address search

Kwikmap :- Do you ever wonder where a place is?
There is a map covering Devon And Cornwall, and small parts of Somerset and Dorset, at the top right with a search for the larger towns and villages. It also lists things like the tors and lakes etc to be found in the area.

Rates are very reasonable, a minimum listing is free, To advertise please call me on 01409 253799

The Atlantic Coast is only a few miles down the road

Lundy Island from Rusey CliffBude and Widemouth beaches are very popular in the summer season. The area has some striking scenery and a lot of coastal footpaths. Further down towards Boscastle, the high cliffs at Rusey and Beeny offer views, Northward to Lundy {approx 50 km) and Southward to Padstow and Trevose head and beyond on a clear day.
Here are a few photos of the coast.

Click on an image to enlarge.
Lundy Island from Rusey CliffLundyView to Padstow from Beeny CliffBude Bay from Milook
Another view of LundyRock formations at MilookSurfers at DuckpoolMilook
Stormy at Bude (circa 1969)Fun with the waves  
Part of the Photo Album Collection
To view all click Photo Album