There’s a wealth of history attached to the fine old town of Bideford, once the third busiest port in Britain, though those days are long gone and it’s now a quiet and characterful market town. With figures of romance and derring-do like Sir Richard Grenville and Sir Walter Raleigh linked to it, the town can, however, still justify a certain swagger, its famously long bridge over the River Torridge (quirkily with ever one of its 24 arches a different size) another reason for civic pride.

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