BRENDON

Brendon village

GENUKIE BRENDON
STREET VIEW
BIRDS EYE VIEW

Brendon is a delightful little village scattered along the East Lyn valley. St Brendan’s church, overlooking the valley, was rebuilt in 1738 and further restored in the nineteenth century. There is a Norman font and, over the porch, a pretty sundial dated 1707. A path from Brendon will take you to Lynmouth via Watersmeet, or you can explore further into Brendon Common. Brendon Church at 700ft, which is some distance from the village of Brendon itself. The church was built and restored in the 18th and 19th centuries and has a Norman font. It was moved literally stone by stone from Cheriton. .

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GOOGLE STREET VIEW - BRENDON VILLAGE CENTRE

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