This category lists websites for the north east area of the West Devon parish of Dartmoor Forest.
Most websites in this parish have the postal town of the major conurbation to the
south west, where those websites are listed;  Princetown.
The name Postbridge was given to the settlement, associated with the clapper bridge from Anglo-Saxon times,
used by pack horses and carts carrying tin over the East Dart,from Dartmoor mines to stannary towns,
supplemented in the eighteenth century by a three-arch granite bridge (both Grade II listed).
Postbridge is now a hamlet, but gives its name to postal addresses as far south west as Two Bridges.
where the B3212 meets the B3357 from Princetown to Dartmeet, represented by the  Hexworthy locality,
on the boundary of the  Teignbridge parish of  Widecombe-in-the-Moor,
and the  South Hams parish of  Holne.
This category includes websites for the area inside the parish of Dartmoor Forest north of the
B3357 up the East Dart Valley, to include the hamlet of Bellever,
then north along the B3212 to Letteford, where websites
are included in the  North Bovey category.
Websites for areas to the north west are included here as far as Fernworthy, whereas Thornworthy is in
the parish of  Chagford, and those further north in  Throwleigh category.
The Beacon Villages are included in the  South Zeal and  Belstone categories.

Please only suggest websites to this category if they include the postal address Postbridge.
Other websites should be suggested to the most appropriate locality seen from the  Devon charter.

Resources for tourists based around Postbridge.
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