Ottery St Mary information hub for this beautiful East Devon town steeped in history and tradition
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Ottery St Mary - East Devon

Set in the beautiful valley of the Otter, from which it takes its name. It's one of the most historic towns in Devon.

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Ottery St Mary is a town and civil parish in the East Devon district of Devon, England. The town takes its name from the River Otter on which it stands. The River Otter was named after the Otters which many years ago were found on the river banks.

This website has been created for the local community.

We hope that you enjoy looking through and reading all about Ottery. If you have any feedback this is always welcome or if you have any news, photos or events you’d like to share with the local community, please do not hesitate in contacting us and we will happily publish it on the site.

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Community Market - 17th...

By Sandra Wright | In What's on

Don't miss out on the Community Market this weekend at the Institute 9.30am start. There is something for everyone! * Fresh vegetables, cakes and other...

Coldharbour Farm Shop's Ho Ho...

By Sandra Wright | In What's on

Visiting Coldharbour Farm Shop will give you a unique experience of fresh, local and fabulous all in one go!  Andrea and Beth stock a wide variety of fresh...

Ottery St Mary Tar Barrels...

By Sandra Wright | In What's on

Road closure map for this years Tar Barrel event!There will be two times as previously advertised in the gazette. The 1st closure comes into force at 3.45pm,...