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Ottery St Mary, known as "Ottery", is a town and civil parish in the East Devon district of Devon, England, on the River Otter, about 10 miles (16 km) east of Exeter on the B3174. At the 2001 census, the parish, which includes the villages of Metcombe, Fairmile, Alfington, Tipton St John, Wiggaton, and (until 2017) West Hill, had a population of 7,692. The population of the urban area alone at the 2011 census was 4,898. There are two electoral wards in Ottery (Rural & Town)
Ottery St. Mary is a small town in East Devon, in southwest England. The burning of the tar barrels is every year on November 5th (unless the 5th falls on a Sunday, then the festivities are on the Saturday before). Ottery’s Bonfire Night also includes the usual Guy Fawkes bonfire, and has been expanded to include a mini fairground, and stalls selling food and warming drinks. The roads in and out of the village are all closed that day, and everyone must use one of the five designated car parks (the charge is £10 per car). There is no driving, and no other parking allowed.
Ottery-St-Mary is one of the loveliest villages in East Devon. Lying ten miles east of Exeter on the River Otter, the parish has a population of over 7,600. Famous residents include poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge who was born in Ottery-St-Mary in 1772 when his father was the local vicar. There are scenic walks along the river to see the wildlife and many local footpaths for pleasant circular walks. The Tar Barrels Festival takes place in early November and draws quite a crowd. Barrels soaked in tar are set alight and carried in a procession through the village by locals. Just outside Ottery-St-Mary is Cadhay, an Elizabethan Manor. It has recently been restored by the owner, a furniture maker, and is noted for its courtyard with statues of Henry VIII and his three children who each became monarchs - Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I. The house and gardens are open during the summer.
Circular Walks around Easthill,near Ottery St Mary,with free download of routes - follow walks on Google Earth. Walk 1 Ottery St Mary to Easthill (. miles). The walk passess Knightstone,a private Manor,built by Thomas de Bittlesgate in 1380 and one of the best preserved medieval houses in Britain. You can sneak a glimpse of the house and gardens before negotiating the ford. The walk cane be quite muddy after heavy rain ; it has a steep climb and descent. The views at the top are quite spectacular.
Ottery St Mary's nearest railway station is located in Feniton, just over two miles away. The station is on the Salisbury to Exeter line, putting Exeter a mere 20 minute train ride away, and Salisbury around a half hour journey. For those wishing to fly, the local airport is Exeter Airport, which offers flights to a range of domestic and international airports, both long and short haul. Show transport information. That’s why in practically every room, in every Redrow home, you’ll find a special feature or an inspired touch that’s been designed to impress. Touches you’ll find all around you in your new home.