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The story of the Barnstaple Long Bridge and its evolution from a pack horse pathway to lorry laden thoroughfare.
During the Second World War over 3,000 Jews arrived in North Devon, stationed in Ilfracombe, Bideford and Westward Ho!
On August 4th, 1913, a car was spotted speeding away from a North Devon mansion. Moments later flames lit up the sky.
Named in honour of Bromley’s Cafe our tearoom is situated on the ground floor, where you can relax with beautiful views of the square.
There are many ways you can volunteer to care for North Devon’s heritage, helping to provide an amazing service to Barnstaple’s museum visitors.