Ivybridge, gateway to South Dartmoor and the South Hams

Last updated on 20-Jun-2015

Latest Community Diary

The June 2015 Community Diary information sheet is now available. Please click here to view it as a PDF document. This, together with the current and previous monthly diary pages and the Regular Monthly Events Diary are available by clicking here.

Young Childrens' Autumn Activities at SeaMoor

The SeaMoor Children's Centre in the Town Hall, Erme Court, Leonards Road, Ivybridge, PL21 0SZ (Tel: 01752 896356) is offers a programme of activities for young children (0-5) and their families. For full details, give them a call, or visit the SeaMoor web site at www.southhamschildrenscentres.org.uk. You can also download the January to Easter 2015 Programme of Events as a PDF.

Ivybridge Town Team

The Ivybridge Town Team is a community based 'umbrella' group working in partnership to improve the social, economic and environmental well being of all inhabitants of Ivybridge. It was formed in 2012 to take over from the former Regeneration Group. The ITT's constitution and notes from all of their meetings are now available to download. Click here to go to the Town Team page.

Ivybridge Shopping Guide

Ivybridge Town Centre Shopping and Services Guide

The Ivybridge Chamber of Commerce, in association with Ivybridge Town Council and South Hams District Council, have produced a handy, pocket-sized A5 guide to the shops and businesses in the town centre. The guide, entitled 'Ivybridge - The Friendly Face of Shopping', details more than 80 businesses in the town centre. It is free of charge and you can pick up a copy at the Information Cente in the Watermark, or from any of the retailers in the town.

For the most up to date version, you can either view our 'Flipping Book' version, or you can download a printable version in PDF form here.

Ivybridge Weather


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Local History Section

We now have a section devoted to local history based on published but out of print books of local interest. We are indebted to the authors, Bob Mann and Alec Rogers, for their kind permission to reproduce the books in this section. By clicking on the links, the books are available in PDF format which requires Adobe Acrobat Reader v5 or above. If you have suggestions as to further books that could be reproduced here, do drop us an email via the 'Contact' page.

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Ivybridge Watermark

the Ivybridge Watermark

The Watermark, the new Ivybridge Library and Community Resource Centre opened on time on Monday 14th April 2008. Work started on Monday 23rd April 2007 on the Erme Court, Leonards Road site and Midas Construction have completed the work in 51 weeks.
The Watermark now has its own web site giving full details of all the new building's facilities: www.ivybridgewatermark.co.uk.

Ivybridge Town Bird’s Eye View Leaflet

The Ivybridge Tourism Working Group has just received a fresh reprint of the leaflet to advertise the town and the beautiful area in which we live. The leaflet is now freely available from the Ivybridge TIC or the Town Hall. More details on the Bird's Eye Guide...

Young Explorers’ Guide to Historic Ivybridge

A new explorers' guide to Ivybridge produced by primary school children in the town has been released. The Young Explorers Guide to Historic Ivybridge shows the main landmarks in the town with illustrations and information along side by the children. More details...

This site is a guide to businesses, community organisations and community events in Ivybridge in the beautiful South Hams area of Devon. Ivybridge is the gateway to southern Dartmoor, the start of the Two Moors Way and is the largest town in the South Hams. Ivybridge has a unique range of shops, the superb South Devon Tennis Centre and South Dartmoor Leisure Centre and makes an excellent base for walking holidays on Dartmoor and for touring the beautiful South Hams and its coastline. Ivybridge: a warm welcome on the edge of the Moor!

Our charity of the year for 2015 is the Niemann-Pick Disease Group (UK).



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