Axmouth is a village on the east bank of the River Axe, as it flows into the English Channel.
The parish of Axmouth is separated from  Seaton by the Axe, with  Colyton further north.
The parish stretches along the coast, east to the combined parish of  Combepyne Rousdon,
and is separated inland from the market town of  Axminster by the parish of  Musbury.
This category includes websites for the village, ancient port and parish of Axmouth.

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Axe Yacht Club
Introduction to history, facilities, social and charity events, activities in cruisers, dinghies, motor boats and fishing, courses with cadet training and family working groups. Notices, results table, news blog, membership information and login, and location of clubhouse on the harbour.
Axmouth Church
Lay-led church community, offering pastoral care, diary for worship and events, news social media link, contacts and history of the buildings
Axmouth Parish Council
Information about the village, and its administration. referring to East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Includes details of meetings, councilors, parish plan, local directory of organisations and businesses, diary and contacts.
DCC: Axmouth
Introduction to the historical records held at Seaton and Westcountry Studies libraries. Includes lithograph of Axmouth and Hawkesdown Hill viewed from across the Axe, and map from 1765.
GenUKI: Axmouth, Devon
History, St Michael's Church records, and genealogical information, with map from 1850 showing the ancient parish boundary
The Harbour Inn
Thatched village pub with oak panelled interior, restaurant, function room and beer garden. Includes facilities, menus, events, social media links, contacts and location.
Ports and Harbours of the UK: Axmouth
History as an the iron age sea port, adopted by the Romans, but silting damage resulting it being superseded in the 1600s, and survival as fishing port, and recreational harbour.
Seaton Bay: Axmouth Harbour
Description of the tidal harbour, fishing boats and how its serves as a recreational resource. Includes slide show and embedded views.
The Ship Inn
Pub with traditional fired pizza oven, beer garden, function room and hog roast hire. Brief history, facilities, local guest beers, booking contacts and directions.
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